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Includes counters, KPIs and also reports in Reporting Suite


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Almost all data has to be analysed at WCELL or WBTS level for the worst cells -> Evaluation over time
Cell Availability
Failures due to Radio, BTS or transport
Handover Performance
Traffic
Cell Resources
Iub Signalling
Some data is better analysed at RNC level->Here only the time evolution and RNC comparison is usefu
Failures due the RNC, Iu, Iur
Iur, Iu, Relocation Signalling
Monitor Cell/Neighbour cells Availability - missing cell has impact to neighbouring cells performance also

1. Assess weekly average PLMN KPI performance to identify KPIs below targets
Start from bigger picture assessment (PLNM -> RNC -> Cluster -> WCEL )
Weekly average will smooth the performance and gives better accuracy of performance
2. Assess network performance at RNC/Area level to check if bad performance happens across
Compare different RNC/Regions Performance
3. Apply drill down approach to assess bad performing KPIs in WCEL level
Identify the failure call phases
Categorizing failure ratio or distribution of each counters (Radio, transmission, BTS, RN
Identify main cause of underperforming KPIs
4. Prioritize analysis
Filter using high number of failures or high number failure ratio (weighting)
Identify top 20/50 worst cells
5. Analyze failure distribution in the network topology (rural, RNC border, expressway)
6. Propose Solution for cells having network KPIs below KPI targets

Because of the large number of cells in the network, it is not feasible to analyse all the cells.
Good methodology is to list top 10-20 worst cells per region and to build and follow an action plan on those
This required a part-time or dedicated tracking role

Either total number of failures or failure rate (%) could be used


Coverage hole, missing neighbour or capacity problem

In Loaded networks the Weekly Busy Hour CSSR is relevant


The failures originate mostly from congestions (Iub, BTS HW (CEs), radio)
The call blocking probability is designed for the BH
In Unloaded networks the Weekly Busy Hour CSSR may not yield the hour with highest blocking as NRT traf
In cell level it is needed to compute BH statistic based on absolute time period (e.g. 16-18h every day)
Typically CS and PS busy hours does not exist in the same time
In example below, the PS Busy Hour is later in the evening (20-21 hours) than CS (15-16 hours).
During weekend CS data drops significantly while PS data is quite constant

The new smart phones such as Blackberry (RIM), iPhone (Apple) and N97 (Nokia) are loading the network in a new
Applications which require always on connectivity have become very popular in many networks
Fast dormancy or Quick Release will have impact to the load & performance

Call can be traced by using subscriber's IMSI, MSISDN or equipments IMEI number
Subscriber trace can be used for:
In system testing and provisioning phase for trouble shooting and network optimisation.

Jump User Id:


Jump password:

mparison between large areas (Cities, RNCs) is still required

ment as daily performance varies a lot especially in unloaded network, gives more accurate picture of KPIs.
or only particular RNC/Area

aken in the account as well as RT traffic

1.1.1.1.1. Accessibility Analysis (CS/PS/HS)


Call Setup analysis
CS/PS Access Failure Optimization:

Call Setup Success Rate (CSSR)


CSSR is essentially RRC Setup & Access Success * RAB Setup & Access Success

Poor CSSR could be a result of


Poor coverage or dominance or interference issues in Radio interface
Capacity issues in Radio or Iub interface
Configuration issues in WBTS (parameters or HW)

Voice Access failure= RRC Setup & Access fails + RAB Setup & Access fails

Starting criteria for setup failure analysis


1) Site Ok?-- Cell Availability(Cell level report-RSRAN001), Alarms/HW Issues
2) Coverage or Interference-- Cell Power Report

a) Coverage-- best server RSCP should not be lesser than -102dbm----b) Interference-- best server Ec/No should not be less than -12db

Coverage Optimiza

Tilt- for Dominance Optimization


Missing neighbor checks-- for neighbor optimization

3) AICH ACK. Received?----No (UL Coverage & RACH parameter Optimization)


4) RRC Connection Setup Received?
NO---a) RRC Setup reject msg. received---No (Check failure Cause)
Yes (AC Optimization--- check PRx Noise & Interferer Around BT
RRC Setup fails occurs (due to HC, AC, BTS, frozen BTS, Transp, Iub AAl2 fails, RNC, RNTI &
RRC_CONN_STP_FAIL_HC (very Minor)--- usually 0%

RRC_CONN_STP_FAIL_AC (dominant)
Check UL Interference (R99 Noise Rise, RTWP- Cell Power Report), DL Power (HSDPA, R99 power) & Code o
UL Power Spikes -> Disable UL Admission Control to if the number of failures is critical (PrxTarget-> 30 dB), imple

RRC_CONN_STP_FAIL_BTS (dominant when HSDPA active)


Check BTS configuration in terms of CE allocation Use Channel Element (M5001) Counters in order to evalu
Evaluate NBAP counters (radio link reconfiguration failures)-- NBAP Signalling Per cause Report
Expand the Capacity or decrease the traffic offered to the site--- Check Uplink CE Usage(should not be >8
Frozen BTS/BTS not responding-- delete and re-create COCO/Site Reset

RRC_CONN_STP_FAIL_TRANS
Evaluate Number of reconfiguration failure due the transmission-- Traffic_on_Physical_Medium_Sub-Layer & I
Expand the capacity or decrease the traffic offered to the site
For ATM based Iub
Check COCO Configuration
Use AAL2 Multiplexing in case of two WAM
For IP based Iub---Check IP based route parameters (ZQRL;)/ IP_Route_Resource_Reservations Report
DCH Reconfiguration failures due to AC/BTS/Trans-- NRT_DCH_Allocations_Statistics report

SHO Branch setup fails BTS/Iub-- SHO Overhead Report--No. 88, traffic
RNC capacity SW New DSP counters-- DSP Resource Usage, DSP State Changes- System reset/user reset &
RRC_CONN_STP_FAIL_RNC
Typically RNC fault or Incoming SRNC Relocation Failure (inter-RNC border)--- RNSAP/NBAP Signalling
Iur Troubleshooting-- RNSAP_Signalling Report
DMPG problem in RNC
Required ICSU log tracing if no RNC fault or SRNC relocation problem
RRC_CONN_STP_FAIL_ICSU_OVERL
ICSU overload
RRC_CONN_STP_FAIL_RNTI ALLO FAIL
RNC decides to reject RRC connection request due to RNTI allocation failure caused by RRMU overload

YES---RRC Connection Setup complete msg. sent from UE?---No (L1 Synchronization Fail/ RN
YES ( RRC Active fails
b)
c)
RRC Access failure reasons:
RRC Active release can be due t
RRC_CONN_ACC_FAIL_RADIO (Dominant failure cause type)
Perform drive test to detect if UL or DL coverage

Coverage or interference-- C

UL Coverage
UL coverage(TMA/MHA chk), Interference-- Tilt / Missing Neighbor chk / best serve

DL Coverage
Tune SCCPCH Power if UE does not receive the RRC Setup Message from RNC./ Ante

/ Coverage Optimization-- PRACH_Propagation_Delay Report


If UE does not synchronize(L1)

tune CPICHToRefRABOffset vs.Qqualmin (or Qrxlevmin)


Due to Increased interference with HSDPA, this max radio link power for AMR (offset parameter) has
RRC_CONN_ACC_FAIL_MS
UL Coverage
Tune Cell Dominance (or CPICH) in order to balance UL and DL (if UL interference is

If RRC setup/access failure due to Radio/MS, it is also possible to check whether UEs are located at distance area or close
Propagation delay counters from RRC measurement M1006C128-C148 reports call setup distance during RRC
This give hints that either cells has large coverage area (tall sites with over-shooting) or non-optimum cell coverag
Some more counters of RRC Access fails
M1006C203
RRC CONN REJECT DUE TO IUB OVERLOAD CTRL
M1006C204
M1006C205
M1006C206
M1006C208

RRC CONN REJECT DUE TO MAX REGISTRATIONS


RRC CONN REJECT DUE TO CENTRALIZED UNIT OVERLOAD
RRC CONN REJECT DUE TO BUFFER LIMIT CTRL
RRC CONN REJECT DUE TO RNC RESTART
When the RNC sends RRC CONNECTION REJECT message to the UE because the RNC has recently restarted and the max

Yes---RAB Setup failure received?---No ( chk failure cause)


Yes (chk failure cause--Not Radio related Problem/Cell U

RAB Setup fails occurs (due to AC, BTS, frozen BTS, Transp, Iur Trans, Iu-CS Trans, Iub AAl2
then RNC sends RANAP: RAB Assignment Response msg. to CN, sending appropriate failure cause.

RAB Access fails occurs (due to UE & RNC fails)----UE sends RB setup failure msg. to RNC, RNC sends RAB Assignment response to CN, + Iu release requ
RAB Active fails occurs (due to Radio, Iu, Iur, Iub, RNC internal fails)-----

RAB setup & Access Fail Root Cause Analysis


RAB_CONN_STP_FAIL_AC (dominant)

[ Admission control could reject establishment of new Connection/b

Check UL Interference (R99 Noise Rise, RTWP- Cell Power Report), DL Power (HSDPA, R99 power) & DL Cod
UL Power Spikes -> Disable UL Admission Control to if the number of failures is critical (PrxTarget-> 30 dB), imple
When HSPA is enabled in the cell, the DL and UL resources are shared between HSPA and R99 users

Both R99 and HSPA should be monitored-- Cell utilization + Allocated_Traffic_Amounts_(R99


From the HSDPA side, besides of blocking, HSDPA throughput limitations can be also monitored

RAB_CONN_STP_FAIL_BTS (dominant when HSDPA active)


Check BTS configuration in terms of CE allocation Use Channel Element (M5001) Counters in order to evalu
Evaluate NBAP counters (radio link reconfiguration failures)-- NBAP Signalling Per cause Report
Expand the Capacity or decrease the traffic offered to the site--- Check Uplink CE Usage(shouls not be >8
Frozen BTS/BTS not responding-- delete and re-create COCO/Site Reset

RAB_CONN_STP_FAIL_TRANS
Evaluate Number of reconfiguration failure due the transmission-- Traffic_on_Physical_Medium_Sub-Layer & I
Expand the capacity or decrease the traffic offered to the site
For ATM based Iub
Check COCO Configuration
Check RAB_STP_FAIL_XXX_IUB_AAL2, M1001C531-C533
Use AAL2 Multiplexing in case of two WAM
For IP based Iub---Check IP based route parameters (ZQRL;)/ IP_Route_Resource_Reservations Report

DCH Reconfiguration failures due to AC/BTS/Trans-- NRT_DCH_Allocations_Statistics report


SHO Branch setup fails BTS/Iub-- SHO Overhead Report--No. 88, traffic
RNC capacity SW New DSP counters-- DSP Resource Usage, DSP State Changes- System reset/user reset &
RAB_CONN_STP_FAIL_RNC
Typically RNC fault or Incoming SRNC Relocation Failure (inter-RNC border)--- RNSAP/NBAP Signalling
Iur Troubleshooting-- RNSAP_Signalling Report

DMPG problem in RNC


Required ICSU log tracing if no RNC fault or SRNC relocation problem
RAB_CONN_STP_FAIL_ICSU_OVERL
ICSU overload
RAB_CONN_STP_FAIL_RNTI ALLO FAIL
RNC decides to reject RRC connection request due to RNTI allocation failure caused by RRMU overload

RAB_ACC_FAIL_Iur trans--- RNC capacity Report


RAB_ACC_FAIL_IuCS trans--- IuCS Report(94)
RAB_ACC_FAIL_Iub AAl2 fails--- Check RAB_STP_FAIL_XXX_IUB_AAL2, M1001C531-C533, Use AAL2 Multiplexing in c

RAB_ACC_FAIL_XXX_MS
Evaluate Cell resource Prx and Ptx (for example high uplink interference)--NRT_Radio_Bearer_stats report
Check RB reconfiguration failure ratio ( If ATO setting is insufficient , rec. 500ms)--- RRC signalling report

RRC_CONN_ACC_FAIL_RADIO (Dominant failure cause type)


Perform drive test to detect if UL or DL coverage

Coverage or interference-- C

UL Coverage
UL coverage(TMA/MHA chk), Interference-- Tilt / Missing Neighbor chk / best serve

DL Coverage
Tune SCCPCH Power if UE does not receive the RRC Setup Message from RNC./ Ante

/ Coverage Optimization-- PRACH_Propagation_Delay Report

Packet Service & Session [ PS ]

Packet Service - A call with RABQoS parameters: Traffic Class = Interactive or Background.
The RRC setup has been done with cause codes: MOC Interactive, MTC Interactive, MOC Background or MTC B

Packet Session - A call with RAB/RB QoS parameters: Traffic Class = Interactive or Background.
Here a call refers to the DCH/HS-DSCH/E-DCH live time, that is, the time the session is active for traffic.
The RRC setup has been done with cause codes: MOC Interactive, MTC Interactive, MOC Background or MTC B

Packet calls starts with user plane capacity allocation (transfer from FACH/PCH, DCH 0/0) and ends with dedicated resource re
There are counters for the following channel combinations
Rel99
DL = DCH
UL = DCH
HSDPA
DL = HS-DSC
UL = DCH
There could be multiple p
HSUPA
DL = HS-DSC
UL = E-DCH
RU20 introduce Direct re

Packet Session RAB Setup Failures


AC, BTS, Frozen BTS, RNC, ANCH fails

Packet Session RAB Access Failures


UE, RNC fails

Packet Session Setup Failures (R99)


Initial Setup fail procedure
AC failure : lack of DL power or high UL interference
BTS failure: lack of HW capacity
DMCU failure: lack of DSP resources in RNC
(DSP resource usage/ DSP state changes/ DSP service statistics reports)- hardware
TRANS failure: lack of Iub capacity (COCO parameters)
UE failure: UE internal problem (not capability issue)
Other Failures

HSDPA Setup fails reasons: RNC, BTS, Iub, UE, UL-DCH, Multi-RAB, Max. users, DL Pwr limit

HSDPA

HSDPA Setup fails reasons: RNC, BTS, Max. users, UE, E-DCH not selected due to too many

HSUPA

overage Optimization-- PRACH_Propagation_Delay Report

nterferer Around BTS)


PrxNoise value between -99.5 dBm and -103.5 dBm. In Tmo=-105dbm
fails, RNC, RNTI & ICSU fails)--- then sends RRC connection setup reject msg.

PA, R99 power) & Code occupancy if there is need to upgrade radio capacity-- [ HSPA no. of Users ] Cell Utilization/capacity Report
PrxTarget-> 30 dB), implement TN159

unters in order to evaluate lack of Channel Elements-- NodeB Utilization/CE Utilization Report

Usage(should not be >80-85%--- NodeB Utilization/CE Utilization Report)

Medium_Sub-Layer & Iub Capacity reports

Reservations Report

Example
Short One day dat-- to show top
Majority of BTS Failures is com
Check CE usage for these site

One site detail analysis show that Average UL CE usage ratio is above

stem reset/user reset & DSP_Service_Statistics reports

NBAP Signalling

ronization Fail/ RNC Internal failures)-- RRC Access fails


( RRC Active fails-- a) Radio Fails--Ue fails--RNC Internal fails-elease can be due to-- ISHO, IFHO, SRNC Relocation, Pre-emption

or interference-- Cell Power Report

eighbor chk / best server Ec/No should not be less than -12db

essage from RNC./ Antenna tilt(CPICH RSCP should


not be<-102dbm)
Missing
neighbor/ checks-- for neighbor optimization

R (offset parameter) has been increased (0-> -2 dB->-4 for networks with lot of smartphones)

DL (if UL interference is not the cause)

distance area or close to cell edge area


tup distance during RRC connection request or cell update
non-optimum cell coverage from neighbouring cells

ly restarted and the maximum number of RRC connection establishments is limited until a guard timer expires.

lated Problem/Cell Update)

CS Trans, Iub AAl2 fails)----te failure cause.

N, + Iu release request to CN

ent of new Connection/bearer ]

PA, R99 power) & DL Code occupancy if there is need to upgrade radio capacity-- [ HSPA no. of Users ] Cell Utilization/Capacity Report
PrxTarget-> 30 dB), implement TN159
and R99 users

_Traffic_Amounts_(R99_+_HSPA) report
s can be also monitored-- Node B utilization/ HSPA Overview/

Number_of_HSPA_Users_and_UE_capability/ MAC-hs_Retransmissions_by_Code_and_Modula

unters in order to evaluate lack of Channel Elements-- NodeB Utilization/CE Utilization Report

Usage(shouls not be >80-85%--- NodeB Utilization/CE Utilization Report)

Medium_Sub-Layer & Iub Capacity reports

Reservations Report

stem reset/user reset & DSP_Service_Statistics reports

NBAP Signalling

Check M1005C128 CANC_ADD_SRNC_TRA

i.e. (The number of cancelled synchronised rad


due to a transmission setup failure or RNC DMP

e AAL2 Multiplexing in case of two WAM, Iub Capacity report, NRT_Radio_Bearer_stats--AAl2 congestion

dio_Bearer_stats report for Prx & Ptx ratio


RC signalling report

UL Coverage tuning
Tune C

DL Coverage tuning
Tune S

or interference-- Cell Power Report

eighbor chk / best server Ec/No should not be less than -12db

essage from RNC./ Antenna tilt(CPICH RSCP should not be<-102dbm) /

Missing neighbor checks--

C Background or MTC Background.


active for traffic.
C Background or MTC Background.

ith dedicated resource release (transfer back to FACH/PCH, DCH 0/0, RAB release, outgoing relocation, HHO, ISHO)

There could be multiple packets inside single RAB


RU20 introduce Direct resource allocation for HSPA

s)- hardware

users, DL Pwr limits.

1. If high HSDPA Access Failure _too many HSDPA users -Check simultaneous HSDPA users---

Number

DCH selected due to too many HSDPA users, R

Now -- check schedular type: 16 users/cell, 64 users/cell, shared sche


Schedular type defined in WBTS commissioning parameter---

If shared scheduler is used, the number of schedulers depend on Tce

Wrong scheduler type may cause HSDPA setup problems due to too m

Can cause High HS-DSCH set up fails during busy hrs due to max use

2. If high HSDPA Access Failures_UL DCH (RNC_661c/d)


Rejected HS-DSCH return channel due to lack o

Check--RSRAN071_-_Utilization_Shares_of_Total_Traffic_Allo
chn bitrate utilization(16,64,128,384)

Monitor UL load --chk UL power congestion ( lac

3. If high HSDPA Access Failure_UE


Check RB reconfiguration failure rate-- termina
ICSU log for UE types troubleshooting ?

4.If high HSDPA Access Failure_BTS


Lack of UL channel resources (check CE resour
Too high SHO overhead all branches must h

SHO Overhead chk--- cell level report--should be nearly 40


Software bugs in BTS hardware with some features.

5. HS-DSCH return channel setup fail due to Iub transport


Breakdown the failure distribution (64,128,384,MAC-d)
Evaluate number of reconfiguration failure due the transmiss
Check M1005C128 CANC_ADD_SRNC_TRAN_STP_FAIL
Check RAB_STP_FAIL_XXX_IUB_AAL2, M1001C531-C533
6. HSDPA setup fail due RNC internal reason
Check RNC Unit load (DMPG)
Max number of users/RNC
DSP failures and faulty alarms

d due to too many hsupa users, AC Fails.

If HSDPA setup is failing also HSUPA setup will fail, but it could be also th
RNC_956a
E-DCH Setup FR du
RN
E-DCH Setup FR du
RN
E-DCH Setup FR du
RN
E-DCH Setup FR du
Also there could be too many HSUPA users
RN
UL DCH Selected du
HSUPA setup failed due to BTS reports HSUPA cannot be a
RN
E-DCH Not Selected
M1000C268-C270 These counters measure th
EDCH cannot be allocated in case HSUPA is not supported in SHO bran
RNC_1103a
E-DCH Allocation F
For static resource allocation the power could limit
RNC_969a
DL DCH Selected du

.5 dBm. In Tmo=-105dbm(Nokia default=-105dbm)

lization/capacity Report

hort One day dat-- to show top 10 sites having highest number of BTS failures
Majority of BTS Failures is coming from few sites.
Check CE usage for these sites - > add CE capacity if needed or try to reduce the usage

e UL CE usage ratio is above 90% causing high blocking -> Capacity issue

Configuration & SW issues

Utilization/Capacity Report

Number_of_HSPA_Users_and_UE_capability report

_by_Code_and_Modulation_Usage reports

C128 CANC_ADD_SRNC_TRAN_STP_FAILfailure)

ncelled synchronised radio link reconfigurations on SRNC side


setup failure or RNC DMPG/DSP resource allocation)

Setup Failures due Ad

RRC/RAB cs s

RAB PS setup

HSDPA Acces

HSDPA access

UL Coverage tuning
Tune Cell Dominance (or CPICH) if the cause is UL interference
DL Coverage tuning
Tune SCCPCH Power if UE does not receive the RRC Setup Message from RNC.

Missing neighbor checks-- for neighbor optimization

SDPA users -ous HSDPA users---

Number_of_HSPA_Users_and_UE_capability report

e to too many HSDPA users, RNC_660b---- Number_of_HSPA_Users_and_UE_capability report

64 users/cell, shared schedular/ full baseband schedular


ssioning parameter--- as HSDPA shared schedular type license

schedulers depend on Tcell parameter settings on the site.

up problems due to too many users, or waste baseband capacity if schedulers are underutilized.

busy hrs due to max users reached.

_UL DCH (RNC_661c/d)


CH return channel due to lack of UL radio resources

hares_of_Total_Traffic_Allocation_Amounts report-- for HS-DSCH return


84)

-chk UL power congestion ( lack of radio resource for UL return channel)-- cell capacity report

guration failure rate-- terminal problem-- RRC signalling report


types troubleshooting ?

el resources (check CE resource utilisation using M5001 counters at BH)


verhead all branches must have enough CE capacity if UE is in SHO when HS-DSCH allocation is started

port--should be nearly 40%.


th some features.

p fail due to Iub transport


tion (64,128,384,MAC-d)
ration failure due the transmission-- RRC signalling report
DD_SRNC_TRAN_STP_FAIL
_IUB_AAL2, M1001C531-C533

ernal reason

p will fail, but it could be also that only HSUPA will fail. The reasons are similar to HSDPA
E-DCH Setup FR due to BTS (RL reconfiguration failure to RNC)
E-DCH Setup FR due to Transport (RL reconfiguration cancel from RNC)
E-DCH Setup FR due to UE (RB reconfiguration failure from UE)--terminal problem-- RRC signalling report
E-DCH Setup FR due to Other Failures (RNC internal reason)

UL DCH Selected due to too many HSUPA users


TS reports HSUPA cannot be allocated
E-DCH Not Selected due the BTS HW (BTS sent radio resource measurement report)
0 These counters measure the BTS HW limitation during HSUPA Calls
A is not supported in SHO branch
E-DCH Allocation FR due to Not Acceptable Active Set
DL DCH Selected due to the HSDPA power (HSDPA static power allocation in use)

etup Failures due Admission Control - AC


RRC/RAB cs setup failures due AC - Admission control rejects the establishment of new RRC/RAB connection due the
UL Power, DL Power and DL Codes
RAB PS setup failures due AC Admission control rejects the establishment of new PS radio bearer due the

UL power, DL Power, DL codes and too many users in the scheduler


HSDPA Access failures due the UL DCH AC rejects the establishment of new HSDPA connection (related to HSDPA UL retur

UL power
HSDPA access failures due number of HSDPA users reached new HSDPA connection is rejected due too many HSDPA users

AB connection due the

arer due the

ion (related to HSDPA UL return channel)

ed due too many HSDPA users

Total_Numberof_Radi Lnks
SHO_verhad10% 1

1.1.1.1.1. Retainibility Analysis (CS/PS/HS)


Voice Drop Call Optimization:
1. Monitor Daily Performance Reports/KPIs Worksheet---Pick Worst Offenders
2. Identify DCR top offenders. few cells?. Any particular area ? Known Coverage issue? Need a
3. check cell & its neighbor cells availability (availability should be 100%)---- cell level report
4. Check current alarms on the site / sector & same for neighbor cells?--- alarm history especial
6. Check if the sector is dropping the calls due to RF (Radio fails)-- Not RF(Iu, Iur, BTS, RNC, M
7. If not RF, check :
Voice Drops due to Iu
Check core network parameter setting if RAB_ACT_FAIL_XXX_IU
Check SCCP SGSN/RNC IuPS Tias/Tiar if RAB_ACT_FAIL_BACKG_IU
Voice Drops due to Iur

RAB_ACC_FAIL_Iur trans--- RNC capacity Report

Voice Drops due to BTS


-- Check if any BTS faulty alarm (7651, 7653, 7654 alarm)
If No alarms-- delete and re-create COCO/COCO reset/Site Reset---may be due to Frozen BTS/BTS not re

Evaluate NBAP counters (radio link reconfiguration failures)-- NBAP Signalling Per cause Report
Expand the Capacity or decrease the traffic offered to the site--- Check Uplink CE Usage(shouls not be >8

Voice Drops due to RNC

Typically RNC fault or Incoming SRNC Relocation Failure (inter-RNC border)--- RNSAP/NBAP Signalling

RNC capacity SW New DSP counters-- DSP Resource Usage, DSP State Changes- System reset/user reset &
Iur Troubleshooting-- RNSAP_Signalling Report

DMPG problem in RNC


Required ICSU log tracing if no RNC fault or SRNC relocation problem
ICSU overload
RNC decides to reject RRC/RAB connection RRMU overload, priority calls during Busy hrs

Voice Drops due to UE


Check physical channel reconfiguration failure rate (IFHO, ISHO, code optimisation)

Evaluate Cell resource Prx and Ptx (for example high uplink interference)--NRT_Radio_Bearer_stats report
Check RB reconfiguration failure ratio ( If ATO setting is insufficient , rec. 500ms)--- RRC signalling report

Voice Drops due to CIPH

Voice Drops due to Trans

RAB_ACC_FAIL_Iur trans--- RNC capacity Report


RAB_ACC_FAIL_IuCS trans--- IuCS Report(94)
RAB_ACC_FAIL_Iub AAl2 fails--- Check RAB_STP_FAIL_XXX_IUB_AAL2, M1001C531-C533, Use AAL2 Multiplexing in c

7. If drops are due to RF (Voice Drops due to Radio fails), check the Site location, Neigh

Number_ofBstServ_RadioLnks

Need Tilt / Azimuth change to improve the area?

UL Coverage
UL coverage(TMA/MHA chk), Interference-- Tilt / Missing Neighbor chk / best serve

DL Coverage
Tune SCCPCH Power if UE does not receive the RRC Setup Message from RNC./ Ante

/ Coverage Optimization-- PRACH_Propagation_Delay Report ( Cell range in TMO Sit

9. HO issue/HO fails? All Neighbor Exists? SHO.ISHOIFHO.?? Neighbor Add/dele


Check SHO KPI if performance < 90% ( leads to Radio failure)--- Yes
Check if cells are at RNC border
Yes-- (check Iur capacity and SRNC relocation problem)
No-- SHO_Adjacencies(46)--neighbor add/delete, Soft_Handover_Performance(28), Active_S
Detect badly performing neighbours using HO success rate per adjacency counters-check SHO Overhead

Total _ Number _ of _ Radio _ Links


SHO _ Overhead 100%

Number _ of _ Best _ Server _ Radio _ Lin

Check SHO Overhead (RNC_79b) to see how big is SHO area, if it is too small SHO may fails a

High incoming HO failure rate in all ADJS check sync alarms


Audit Adjacent sites for Alarms/capacity/traffic and visualization check with map
Evaluate HO control parameters and trigger threshold

If SHO KPI> 90%-- check ISHO failures?


No ISHO failures--- new site needed?/ RF & IFHO Neighbor Optimization
Yes ISHO failures (ISHO Reports)--Check No cell found ratio>40% or not?-- Inter-System_Handover_Performance report
If No cell found ratio >40%-- 3G cell at inter-RNC border/ 3G cell covers a coverage hole--Check missing neighbour/badly performing neighbors(ISHO Adjacencies report),
Coverage_Quality_ISHO_Performance_per_Cause reports--- UL DCH qual, UE tx pwr, DL DP
GSM frequency plan neighbour RNC and MSC database consistency audit( for BCCh/BSIC co
check alarm of reference clock in 3G or in 2G,
check 2G TCH congestion
4.Check ISHO KPI if RT ISHO < 90% or NRT < 80% (leads to radio failure)

If No cell found ratio is>90% & enough ADJIs--- Wrong reference Clock tuning( 10MHz tunn
If No cell found ratio<40% & ISHO Success rate<90%----- Investigate 2G
TCH Blocking/TCH congestion/TCH fa

5. Detecting DL or UL path loss problem if RAB drop due to radio (dominant call drop cause >
Check ASU failure rate (UNSUC_ASU) which link to NO RESPONSE FROM RLC
Mapping radio failures with Tx power and CPICH related parameters -> CPICHToRefRA
Check Call reestablishment timer -> T315 (rec.10s)
Ecno distribution for bad coverage issue (M1007C38-M1007C47)

10. It might be observed on some sites that although there is no alarm and cell is carryin

RRC active drops reasons:


Iu
Iur
BTS
RNC
MS
Ciphering
CIPH
UE
Trans
Radio fails

R99 PS Drop Call Optimization:

RAB AMR active drops reasons:


Iu
Iur
RNC
MS
UE
Trans
Radio fails

R99 is NRT service basically

PSSR rate can be monitored separately for R99, HSDPA and HSUPA
Packet Session Analysis
Packet call normal releases (normal end of the call) counters includes
Transition to DCH 0/0, Cell_FACH or Cell_PCH due to inactivity or low utilisation
Outgoing SRNC relocation
Inter-RNC hard handover

Inter-system Hard Handover


Packet call Failures are divided into
RL fails
Other Non-RL Fails
Pre-emption

HSDPA Retainability

The normal transition from HS-DSCH to FACH/DCH are considered as a normal HS-DSCH rel

HSDPA Drop reasons: RL fails, Non-RL fails, Mobility fails, Pre-emption fails, other fails

ATO=Offset for activation time of SRBs on HSPA= 300 to 500ms


Ptx target=40dbm
Prxtarget=5dbm
CPICH tx power= 35.1dbm

Check NBAP RL reconfiguration failure rate?


NBAP_Signalling report-- Radio link - SRNC, Radio link - DRNC, RL setups/reconf fails for HSDPA MAC-d
NBAP_Signaling_per_cause report--- RL setup for an RRC connection-Fail, BTS not respond, RL operatio

Required ICSU log for further tro

HSDPA Retainability

The retainability of all successfully allocated E-DCH resources for NRT traffic

HSUPA Drop reasons: RL fails, Non-RL fails, E-DCH RelRate(HS-DSCH SCC), other fails

o_Links
1

Drop Call Rate (DCR)

Call Drop rate (CDR) is calculated based on RAB activation failures


Call is dropped if one (or more) of the following RAB, RB or RL, drops

Coverage issue? Need a new site ?


---- cell level report
alarm history especially for transmission issues (NBAP link failures/T1 fluctuations?)
RF(Iu, Iur, BTS, RNC, MS, CIPH, UE, trans fails)

ue to Frozen BTS/BTS not responding

er cause Report
k CE Usage(shouls not be >80-85%--- NodeB Utilization/CE Utilization Report)

SAP/NBAP Signalling

s- System reset/user reset & DSP_Service_Statistics reports

O, code optimisation)

T_Radio_Bearer_stats report for Prx & Ptx ratio


s)--- RRC signalling report

Use AAL2 Multiplexing in case of two WAM, Iub Capacity report, NRT_Radio_Bearer_stats--AAl2 congestion

he Site location, Neighbors, Cell to cell HO stats(SHO,IFHO,ISHO), PRACH delay distance and Ec/No

Radio_Lnks

sing Neighbor chk / best server Ec/No should not be less than -12db

tup Message from RNC./ Antenna tilt(CPICH RSCP should not be<-102dbm) /

Coverage or interferen

Missing neighbor checks-

Cell range in TMO Sites-20Kms)

.?? Neighbor Add/delete?

erformance(28), Active_Set_Size_for_NRT-RT_Traffic--active set update fails-- check ad/delete/replacement wind


per adjacency counters-- delete/create them again,
From cell level report

otal _ Number _ of _ Radio _ Links

ber _ of _ Best _ Server _ Radio _ Links

t is too small SHO may fails and if too big capacity is wasted

ation check with map

ers a coverage hole---- RF & ISHO neighbor optimization


Adjacencies report),
CH qual, UE tx pwr, DL DPCh, RSCP/EcNo, IMSI, Emergency drops, PRx total, PTx Total, drops due to service base
y audit( for BCCh/BSIC collision)

k tuning( 10MHz tunning)

g/TCH congestion/TCH failures/2G traffic/2G coverage & Interference

ominant call drop cause > 50%)


SPONSE FROM RLC
ameters -> CPICHToRefRABOffset, PTXDPCH MAX

arm and cell is carrying traffic, some HW faults ( could be found only during the site visits) causing

Packet service RAB active, drops reasons:


Iu
Iur
RNC
MS
UE
Trans
Radio fails

Packet session, drops reasons:

HS-DSCH/E-DCH DR, RL
HS-DSCH/DCH DR, RL
DCH/DCH DR, RL
HS-DSCH/E-DCH DR, Other
HS-DSCH/DCH DR, Other
DCH/DCH DR, Other

NRT PS RAB active fail due to---

1. Radio-- Chk NRT Radio Bearer fails due to radio--- NRT_DCH_Allocations_Statistics/ NRT_R
Active_Set_Size_for_NRT-RT_Traffic report

2. BTS--

chk BTS HW resources-- NRT_Radio_Bearer_stats report for BTS congestion


Failed SCC due to HSDPA return channel-- chk SCC fails-- Service_Session_Reta
HSPA_Serving_Cell_Change report-- for reasons, causes, fails
SCC=Serving Cell Change

3. Iu-- chk core network parameter settings--4. Iur-- Inter RNC mobility?
5. RNC-- RNC Internal problem
6. UE-- Terminal problem

Release due to RL Failure counters:


M1022C57 PS_REL_RL_FAIL_HS_E_INT
M1022C58 PS_REL_RL_FAIL_HS_E_BGR
M1022C59 PS_REL_RL_FAIL_HS_D_INT
M1022C60 PS_REL_RL_FAIL_HS_D_BGR
M1022C61 PS_REL_RL_FAIL_D_D_INT
M1022C62 PS_REL_RL_FAIL_D_D_BGR
are incremented in case RL Failure is received from BTS and
cannot be acquired back during specific time

Release due to Other Failure counter


M1022C63 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_HS_
M1022C64 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_HS_
M1022C65 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_HS_
M1022C66 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_HS_
M1022C67 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_D_D
M1022C68 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_D_D
are incremented in case the PS alloca
any other reason expect normal, pre-

M1022C57 PS_REL_RL_FAIL_HS_E_INT
M1022C58 PS_REL_RL_FAIL_HS_E_BGR
M1022C59 PS_REL_RL_FAIL_HS_D_INT
M1022C60 PS_REL_RL_FAIL_HS_D_BGR
M1022C61 PS_REL_RL_FAIL_D_D_INT
M1022C62 PS_REL_RL_FAIL_D_D_BGR
are incremented in case RL Failure is received from BTS and
cannot be acquired back during specific time

M1022C63 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_HS_
M1022C64 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_HS_
M1022C65 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_HS_
M1022C66 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_HS_
M1022C67 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_D_D
M1022C68 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_D_D
are incremented in case the PS alloca
any other reason expect normal, pre-

ered as a normal HS-DSCH release (including transitions due to mobility and pre-emption)

on fails, other fails 1. RL Fails Compare RL fails with -- Cell Upd ATT RL Fails & Cell Upd ATT RLC Fails--re
Check
SCC Failure rate--HSPA_Serving_Cell_Change report (HSDPA
Radio fails -UL coverage(TMA/MHA chk) & Interference
DL coverage & Interference-- PRACH delay range r
Neighbor Optimization etc.
Iub -HSPA Overview report-- for Iub congestion

RAB_ACC_FAIL_Iub AAl2 fails--- Check RAB_STP_FAIL_XXX_IUB_A

Use AAL2 Multiplexing in case of two WAM, Iub Capacit


NRT_Radio_Bearer_stats--AAl2 congestion
Iub_Traffic_-_FP_layer report-- for rejections, discarded fram
CE resource congestion--- CE utilization/Cell capacity/Number_of_H
Check

CQI distribution (HSPA Overview report)


EcNo distribution for bad coverage issues-

(M1007C38-M10

Check

Active_Set_Size_for_NRT-RT_Traffic report-- Active set update

Check

HSDPA FMCS Mobility Control Parameter --(Add/Drop window,

Check

call re-establishment T315 timer due to radio link failure 9 (60

2. Non- RL Fails/Others-- Check

UE responding with some failure msg or not responding to some msg, but no RL
Chk RNC fails & use RNC logging If required
Check RB reconfiguration, physical channel reconfiguration, NBAP RL r
RB reconfiguration failure ratio ( If ATO setting is insufficient , rec. 500
Evaluate Cell resource Prx and Ptx (for example high uplink interfere

nf fails for HSDPA MAC-d flow


not respond, RL operations- RL fails(SRNC,DRNC), RL setup for HO failures, SRNC/DRNC(SHO/HHO-BTS not resp

CSU log for further troubleshooting ?

or NRT traffic

SCC), other fails


There are several reasons for HSUPA release:
RNC_1108a
E-DCH Rel due to RL Failures
RNC_1109a
E-DCH Rel due to other failures

RL fail is incremented If:


a radio link failure happens during HSDPA call
uplink RLC unrecoverable error happens (Cell Update
RLC-entity in RNC reports RLC protocol reset

Cell capacity report -- UL load- HSUPA Physical CH pwr


HSPA serving cell change report -- HSUPA SCC- E-DCH down to D
Soft handover performance report -- HSUPA SHO Success Rate

HSPA Overview report -- HSUPA(2ms/10ms TTI thp, E-DCH 2m


HSUPA usage( happy Bit rate, 2ms/10ms TTi trans usage rate,
correctly/ceived correctly but lost)
Number_of_HSPA_Users_and_UE_capability report -- hsupa simu
Traffic_on_AAL5 report

on RAB activation failures


lowing RAB, RB or RL, drops.

y distance and Ec/No quality distribution statistics

overage or interference-- Cell Power Report

Missing neighbor checks-- for neighbor optimization

elete/replacement window

ops due to service based HO

e site visits) causing call drops e.g. bad feeder or antenna or MHA problem?

cations_Statistics/ NRT_Radio_Bearer_stats/ SHO Overhead NRT_RT chk?/

for BTS congestion


Service_Session_Retainability report--for HS_DSCH SCC fails

e due to Other Failure counters:


C63 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_HS_E_INT
C64 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_HS_E_BGR
C65 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_HS_D_INT
C66 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_HS_D_BGR
C67 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_D_D_INT
C68 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_D_D_BGR
emented in case the PS allocation is released due to
er reason expect normal, pre-emption or RL failure

C63 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_HS_E_INT
C64 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_HS_E_BGR
C65 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_HS_D_INT
C66 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_HS_D_BGR
C67 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_D_D_INT
C68 PS_REL_OTH_FAIL_D_D_BGR
emented in case the PS allocation is released due to
er reason expect normal, pre-emption or RL failure

HS-DSCH Allocation release

ell Upd ATT RLC Fails--recoverable error ( present in retainability report)


hange report (HSDPA SCC fails due to UE,BTS,Trans,AC)-- high SCC failures lead to radio link failure
k) & Interference
e-- PRACH delay range report/tilt

ub congestion

RAB_STP_FAIL_XXX_IUB_AAL2, M1001C531-C533,

two WAM, Iub Capacity report,


congestion
ejections, discarded frames & lost PDUs with reasons
ell capacity/Number_of_HSPA_Users_and_UE_capability(Simultaneous users, NRT DCH select due to too many hs

ues-

(M1007C38-M1007C47, CPICH EcNo class 0-9)

ort-- Active set update fails, 1-2-3 cells (% & no.) in active set for different RT & NRT services

er --(Add/Drop window, handover or SCC too late, SCC parameter)

o radio link failure 9 (60 secs in TMO)

to some msg, but no RL failure (timer expiry)

figuration, NBAP RL reconfiguration failure rate


g is insufficient , rec. 500ms)--- RRC signalling report
ple high uplink interference)--NRT_Radio_Bearer_stats report for Prx & Ptx ratio

(SHO/HHO-BTS not respond/other cause)

E-DCH Allocation release

during HSDPA call


error happens (Cell Update by UE)
RLC protocol reset

sical CH pwr
A SCC- E-DCH down to DCH, Inter RNC
UPA SHO Success Rate

ms TTI thp, E-DCH 2ms TTI utilization), HSUPA Transmitted Power Ratio,
TTi trans usage rate, MAC-e PDU not transmitted/not received

ty report -- hsupa simultaneous users, hsdpa/hsupa user distribution

to radio link failure

elect due to too many hsdpa/hsupa users)

SHO success rate

SC_INTRABUCESFL_INTRBSUCEFL

SHO success rate KPI (RNC_195a) is informing how many successful Active set updates we will have, comp

RNC_153b SHO SR, RT


RNC_192b SHO SR, NRT
SHO Reports:

Soft_Handover_Performance

Cell level AS update RT+NRT, RT Update % - 1a,1b,1c, NRT U

SHO_Adjacencies

Cell level

SHO adjacencies are checked to increase SHO Success R


then decide whether neighbor is to be added or not.---- A

Check SHO KPI if performance < 90% ( leads to Radio failure)--- Yes
Check if cells are at RNC border
Yes-- (check Iur capacity and SRNC relocation problem)
No-- SHO_Adjacencies(46)--neighbor add/delete, Soft_Handover_Performance(28), Active
Detect badly performing neighbours using HO success rate per adjacency counters-check SHO Overhead

Total _ Number _ of _ Radio _ Links


SHO _ Overhead 100%

Number _ of _ Best _ Server _ Radio _ L

Check SHO Overhead (RNC_79b) to see how big is SHO area, if it is too small SHO may fails

High incoming HO failure rate in all ADJS check sync alarms


Audit Adjacent sites for Alarms/capacity/traffic and visualization check with map
Evaluate HO control parameters and trigger threshold

Check if DL Active set update received(Active_Set_Size_for_NRT-RT_Traffic Report)


No-- SC clash?---yes(fix SC clash)
no --- congestion on target cell ( Load optimization)
DL Tx power max.?---yes ( in this case; Link is unbalanced--- do CPICH Op
Yes-- UE Tx Power max.?--- no(chk RF levels)
yes( check Uplink interference? )

RNC_73A10%

If UL interference----load optimization/Externa

SHO based on DSR( Detected Set relation)-- Enabled in TMO

Example: SHO Parameters Changed


Replacement parameters were changed in live network in the RU10 pilot:
FMCS: ReplacementWindow 2dB -> 6dB
FMCS: ReplacementTime 100ms -> 640ms
Addition and drop parameters were:
FMCS: AdditionWindow = 4 dB
FMCS: AdditionTime = 100 ms
FMCS: DropWindow = 6 dB
FMCS: DropTime = 640 ms
Periodical reporting intervals
AdditionReportingInterval = ReplacementReportingInterval = 0.5s
DropReportingInterval = disabled (now event based as in RAS06)

SHO Update Attempt RT Same, SHO success ratio RT increased from 99.8 to 99.9% and above.
RAB Attempts CS Voice same, RAB Success ratio CS Voice increased from 99.4 to 99.6%.

ISHO Success Rate

SC_TAREDPIHCNOS_TAREDULI OR

The inter-system handover measurement is carried out in the serving RNC (SRNC)
The RT and NRT Inter System HO differs in nature. Therefore the ISHO KPI can be spitted in RT and NRT parts
ISHO success rate for RT services (RNC_300g)
ISHO success rate for NRT services (RNC_301e)

If RRC connection drops during ISHO TRelocOverall timer expires[8sec](in case of RT); RRCtmriRCCl
cause can be: CPICH RSCP, CPICH EcNo, UL-DCH, TxPwr, DL-DPCH

If No cell found ratio >40%-- 3G cell at inter-RNC border/ 3G cell covers a coverage hole--If No cell found ratio is>90% & enough ADJGs--- Wrong reference Clock tuning( 10MHz tunn
If No cell found ratio<40% & ISHO Success rate<90%----- Investigate 2G
TCH Blocking/TCH congestion/TCH f

ISHO Cancellation

The inter-system measurement phase takes a few seconds and during that time the conditions in the WCDMA lay

Event 1E cancellation
AS Update (1A or 1C) can also cancel ISHO in case of RSCP or Ec/No triggered ISHO
If the CPICH Ec/No or the CPICH RSCP of this cell is found to be greater than or equal t
No cancellation once measurement phase is completed

Parameters:
Activation per RNC required with parameter RNC: ISHOCancellation
Enabled per trigger reasons with parameters FMCG: ISHOClcauseXXX
Parameter FMCG: DLDPCHTxPwrClOffset allows to influence cancellation (-3 in TMO)
RNC: MaxNumISHOClPerAS sets the maximum number of ISHO cancellations per UE and per active se

Steps to Improve ISHO SR:


1. Multiple BSIC Identification feature enabled chk?-- BSIC Identification of max. 3 GSM carriers
MultipleBSICIdent parameter---must be set to 'on'
MaxBSICIdentTime is 3 or 4 seconds if the overall procedure of HandOver to GSM is close to typical va
2. ISHO parameter threshold changes

3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Force Decode BSIC feature for NRT--> ISHO success rate improved a lot -> ISHO cell fou
Missing ADJG/bad performing neighbors(SR/Adjacency)-- ISHO Adjacencies report---> to
Compressed mode parameter set changes
GSM Measurement reporting parameters changes
Changes in Decision Algorithm parameters

a) AdjgTxPwrMaxTCH-- Maximum UE TX Power on TCH(HCConfiguratio


b) AdjgRxLevMinHO (n)--- minimum required GSM RSSI level----------------------->
c) GsmMeasAveWindow -- kitni measurement report se RNC avg GSM RSSI value

ISHO Parameters
CPICH RSCP (Event 1F)
Thresholds:
HHoRscpThreshold
HHoRscpCancel
L3 filter: HHoRscpFilterCoefficient
Timers:
HHoRscpTimeHysteresis
HHoRscpCancelTime
UE Tx Power (Event 6A)
Threshold:
GsmUETxPwrThrXX
L3 filter: GsmUETxPwrFilterCoeff
Hysteresis margin:
GsmUETxPwrTimeHyst
Data rate threshold
HHOMAxAllowedBitrateUL

(XX=AMR,CS,NrtPS,RtPS)

1.Triggering
2.GSM measuring
3.Decision

DL DPCH power
Threshold:
GsmDLTxPwrThrXX
Data rate threshold
HHOMAxAllowedBitrateDL

2. GSM measurement reporting


GsmMeasRepInterval
GsmNcellSearchPeriod
GsmMinMeasInterval
GsmMaxMeasPeriod

3. Decision Algorithm
AdjgTxPwrMaxTCH
AdjgRxLevMinHO (n)
GsmMeasAveWindow

Handover Execution

Multiple BSIC identification RU20

SC_TAREDIVS_UPCTARED_OH SN

The RNC initiates BSIC identification to the UE for max three GSM carriers simultaneously.
If the ISHO attempt to the best neighbour cell fails, a new attempt to the other cell can be started without new

Reduces compressed mode measurements


Increase ISHO success rate
ISHO may fail if the initial BSIC identification of the best GSM cell (according to the GSM RSSI measurements) fa
Instead of waiting the penalty period and then retrying the HO with new CM measurements, the BSIC identificatio
This increases the probability of successful BSIC identification and allows another handover attempt to the secon

ISHO Failure Scenarios


CM start not possible

HS-DSCH Serving Cell Change

There seems not to be a relation with poor SCC success and HSDPA retainability.
SCC success rate for HSDPA and HSUPA is not very accurate in cell level as denominator is incremented in the source cell (old

UCESFL

updates we will have, compared to initial Addition/Replacement/Deletion requests.

% - 1a,1b,1c, NRT Update % - 1a,1b,1c, Events Ratio RT+NRT, HSUPA SHO Success Rate, CPICH EcN

ncrease SHO Success Rate, Target cells without neighbors are checked with their attempts & SR, Also their Avg
o be added or not.---- ADJs addition & deletion of neighbors with no share

erformance(28), Active_Set_Size_for_NRT-RT_Traffic--active set update fails-- check ad/delete/replacement wind


per adjacency counters-- delete/create them again,
From cell level report

otal _ Number _ of _ Radio _ Links

ber _ of _ Best _ Server _ Radio _ Links

t is too small SHO may fails and if too big capacity is wasted

on check with map

RT-RT_Traffic Report)

anced--- do CPICH Optimization

d optimization/External Interferer

If UL SRB becomes overloaded, it can cause:

Delayed HOs -> decreased KPIs


NAS signaling problems
RRC signaling problems
These problems can be avoided by optimizing the following param
Increasing ReplacementWindow
Increasing ReplacementTime
Changing the interval of the periodical reports

New value for ReplacementWindow for Event 1C must be set in rela


FMCS: increase ReplacementWindow
The amount of the ReplacementWindow increase depends
No exact value can be given.
FMCS: increase ReplacementTime to 640ms

UE measures CPICH Ec/N0 internally every 200ms


Therefore practical ReplacementTime parameter values are
Other values just cause delay (for example 320m

Reporting happens on occasions 0


This is valid also for event 1A and 1B
Periodical reporting parameters

AdditionReportingInterval
ReplacementReportingInterval
DropReportingInterval (RU10 parameter)
Increase the interval of the periodical measurements or disable periodici

Event 1C measurements are long, each occupying 160-200m


If the measurement interval is too short, the whole UL SRB b
Recommended way is to increase the interval from 0.5s

_ERO

and NRT parts

1. CM start possible?--No( Chk Admission Control rejection--> PRxTotal, PTxTotal)


AC rejects CM request due to Interference(UL/DL)
Radio Link(or physical channel) re-configuration failure--due to BTS/UE reasons--

Yes-- ISHO measurement Success?


y1. missing ADJG/bad performing neighbors(SR/Adjacency)-- ISHO Adja
2. 2G neighbors BCCH/BSIC collision chk

3. Alarm of reference clock in 3G or in 2G


4. TCH Blocking/TCH congestion( target GSM cell is fully Loaded)/TCH
5. Compressed mode parameter set checking
6. Too low ISHO triggering threshold
7. Strict ADJG minimum threshold
ADJG RxlevMinHO--(here set as -95dbm)
8. Poor GSM Coverage

se of RT); RRCtmriRCCl timer expires[8sec](in case of NRT);

rs a coverage hole---- RF & ISHO neighbor optimization


k tuning( 10MHz tunning)

g/TCH congestion/TCH failures/2G traffic/2G coverage & Interference

conditions in the WCDMA layer may change => Cancellation

riggered ISHO
to be greater than or equal to the threshold for event 1E

ons per UE and per active set

of max. 3 GSM carriers simultaneously

SM is close to typical value of 10 sec (GsmMeasRepInterval * GsmMaxMeasPeriod); visible benefit in reducing CM


GsmMeasRepInterval= 0.5sec
GsmMaxMeasPeriod= 6

a lot -> ISHO cell found ratio decrease


cencies report---> to be defined & corrected

--------->
--------------------->

If Max. Output power of UE is < value of AdjgTxPwrMaxTCH parameter; RNC adds Power diff
GSM neighbor cell must exceed the RSSI level of AdjgRxLevMinHO-- for a handover to be p

C avg GSM RSSI value for handover nikallegi---- 1...32 MeasRep, step 1 MeasRep, (6 in TMO

H power

X
ld
itrateDL

CPICH Ec/Io (Event 1F)


Thresholds:
HHoEcNoThreshold
HHoEcNoCancel
L3 filter:
EcNofilterCoefficient
Timers:
HHoEcNoTimeHysteresis
HHoEcNoCancelTime

UL Quality
Timer
ULQualDetRepThreshold
Data rate threshold
HHOMAxAllowedBitrateUL

ent reporting

n Algorithm
wrMaxTCH
vMinHO (n)
AveWindow

Execution
2G-to-3G back prevention
GsmMinHoInterval

HER_ASON

multaneously.
ll can be started without new inter-system measurements in compressed mode.

GSM RSSI measurements) fails, or the target GSM cell is fully loaded.
ments, the BSIC identification for more than one GSM cell is performed.
andover attempt to the second or third best cell without repetitive GSM measurements if the first handover attempt fails.

Multiple BSIC identification can be enabled with The MultipleBSICIdent parameter which must be set to on to
The MaxBSICIdentTime parameter limits the maximum time for BSIC identification measurements per cell. If d
The MaxBSICIdentTime parameter must be configured with a value of greater than 0
Suggested valued for testing of MaxBSICIdentTime is 3 or 4 seconds if the overall procedure of Hand

Feature is applicable to both CS and PS connections so parameter is applicable in both RT and NRT FMCG param

mented in the source cell (old serving cell) and numerator is incremented in the target cell (new serving cell).

Determine
###SCC success rate, SCC failure rate and failure cause distribution
Check target
### cells HSDPA Setup performance (M1002C401 M1002C428) if source
To find out which target cells are causing the SCC fa

If high SCC_FAILED_due_to_AC
###
Check target cells M1000C22 AVE_PTXTOT_CLASS
Check target cells number of simultaneous active HS

If high SCC_FAILED_due_to_BTS
###
Check target cells M1002C416/424 SETUP_FAIL_BT
Check target cells CE resource utilisation at BH using
Check NBAP Radio Link Reconfiguration Failure rate
Check SHO overhead all branches must have enou

If high SCC_FAILED_due_to_UE
###
Check target cells M1002C415/423 SETUP_FAIL_UE
Check RB reconfiguration Failure rate
Require ICSU troubleshooting for UE types monitorin

6.If high SCC_FAILED_due_to_TRANS


Check target cells of M1002C414 SETUP_FAIL_IUB
Evaluate number of reconfiguration failure due the tra
Check M1005C128 CANC_ADD_SRNC_TRAN_STP
Check M1001C531-C533 RAB_STP_FAIL_XXX_IUB
7.If high SCC_FAILED_due_to_Others
Check RNC internal transport resources usage (DMP
Require ICSU troubleshooting

ccess Rate, CPICH EcNo Report(in % & no.) - Excellent, good, Acceptable, Poor, Bad

pts & SR, Also their Avg. EcNo & RSCP shown their,

delete/replacement window

> decreased KPIs

problems
timizing the following parameters:

the periodical reports

nt 1C must be set in relation to events 1A and 1B

entWindow increase depends on AddWindow and DeletionWindow sizes

nternally every 200ms


entTime parameter values are 0ms, 240ms, 640ms and above to optimally utilize averaging in the UE
cause delay (for example 320ms compared to 240ms means extra 80ms delay)

orting happens on occasions 0, 200, 400, 600

surements or disable periodicity to make reporting event based

long, each occupying 160-200ms air interface time


too short, the whole UL SRB bandwidth will be easily fully occupied by long measurement reports
crease the interval from 0.5s to 1.0s

BSIC decoding need to be done in target GSM cell for RT


BSIC decoding is not needed for NRT
Cell found ratio for RT tells how easily target cell is found
No Cell found ratio-- should not be greater than 40-50%.

-> PRxTotal, PTxTotal)

-due to BTS/UE reasons--- ISHO is parallel procedure at the same time

R/Adjacency)-- ISHO Adjacencies report

cell is fully Loaded)/TCH failures/2G traffic/2G Hardware Alarm

FMCS parameter set

ble benefit in reducing CM.


MaxBSICIdent= 3sec

eter; RNC adds Power diff(db) to AdjgRxLevMinHO -- 0...43 dBm, step 1 dBm ( set as 30dbm in TMO)
-- for a handover to be possible----- ( set as -95dbm in TMO)

p, (6 in TMO)

Force Decode BSIC feature for NRT


RAS06 ED2.1 feature
ISHO success rate improved a lot -> ISHO cell found ratio decrease

er which must be set to on to enable the feature across an RNC


on measurements per cell. If during this time no handover succeeded the handover attempt to GSM is finished.
greater than 0
the overall procedure of HandOver to GSM is close to typical value of 10 sec (GsmMeasRepInterval * GsmMaxMeasPeriod); visible benef

both RT and NRT FMCG parameter sets (although BSIC verification is not always required for PS connections)

re cause distribution
401 M1002C428) if source cells SCC failure rate is high
et cells are causing the SCC failure

000C22 AVE_PTXTOT_CLASS_4 and M1000C20 AVE_PTXTOT_CLASS_3 if SCC failures due to the lack of DL power (SCC_Failed_due_
mber of simultaneous active HSDPA users

002C416/424 SETUP_FAIL_BTS_HS_DSCH_XXX
resource utilisation at BH using M5001 counters for lack of UL return channel resource
nk Reconfiguration Failure rate
all branches must have enough CE capacity if UE is in SHO when HS-DSCH allocation is started

002C415/423 SETUP_FAIL_UE_HS_DSCH_XXX
tion Failure rate
shooting for UE types monitoring

M1002C414 SETUP_FAIL_IUB_MAC_D_INT or M1002C422 SETUP_FAIL_IUB_MAC_D_BGR


configuration failure due the transmission
ANC_ADD_SRNC_TRAN_STP_FAIL
33 RAB_STP_FAIL_XXX_IUB_AAL2

ansport resources usage (DMPG)

FMCG parameter set

30dbm in TMO)

MaxMeasPeriod); visible benefit in reducing CM.

f DL power (SCC_Failed_due_to_AC) this is not visible in HSDPA accessibility KPI

Usually operator maintains a list of planned values.


If no planned value exists for a parameter, it can be compared to NSN default value or to the most common value in
Target is to find and correct discrepancies in the parameter settings.
Discrepancy check can be limited to the most important objects
WBTS licenses
-Baseband capacity (license controlled in FlexiBTS up to HW limit)
Number and type of HSDPA schedulers-- HSDPA shared schedular(in TMO)--HSDPA 48 Users per Cell
Number of HSUPA schedulers-- (HSUPA Basic 24 users per BTS enabled in TMO)
-Local cell grouping and capacity allocation between local cell groups
-Cell maximum RF power
-Antenna line properties (MHA gain, feeder loss, RX diversity branch,)

Check allocation of local cell groups:


number of cells per LCG
baseband allocation per LCG
Is HSUPA enabled in the LCG
Non-optimal LCG allocation can cause unnecessary blocking due to lack of baseband capacity in LCG
or reduced HSUPA performance if unused baseband capacity is allocated to other LCG.

If shared scheduler is used, the number of schedulers depend on Tcell parameter settings
Tcell (Frame timing offset of a cell)-- WCEL parameter
Each cell in a BTS uses a BTS Frame Number (BFN) counter, which is delayed by a number of chips de
Tcell is used for defining the start of SCH, CPICH, Primary CCPCH and DL Scrambling Code(s)
Group 1: Tcell values 0 (0 chips), 1 (256 chips) and 2 (512 chips)
Group 2: Tcell values 3 (768 chips), 4 (1024 chips) and 5(1280 chips)
Group 3: Tcell values 6 (1536 chips), 7 (1792 chips) and 8 (2048 chips)
Group 4: Tcell values 9 (2304 chips)
Cells composing a Dual Cell HSDPA cell pair must have the same Tcell value.

UE classes HSDPA category


Majority of the HSDPA UEs are still category 1-6 five code UEs having max 3.6 Mbps throughput

UE classes HSUPA category


For HSUPA, the majority of the Ues in our Example are Category 5 UEs supporting 2Mbps throughput and 10
Less than 30% of the UEs are category 6 UEs supporting higher uplink bitrates with 2ms TTI.

Propagation delay counters


PRACH Propogation Delay report-- can be used to evaluate how far UEs are from the cell
Can be used to detect overshooting sites

M1006C169 PRACH_DELAY_RANGE_VALUE Counter can be used to monitor value of WCEL parameter PRACHDelayRang
WCEL parameter PRACHDelayRange
1 (5 km), 2 (10 km), 3 (20 km), 4 (60 km), 5 (180 km)

Example: Antenna Tilt Excercise KPIs Used


Three main counters/KPIs was used for selecting the candidates for tilt:
1) PRACH_distance > 10 km
2) CSSR_CS (Call set-up success ratio)
3) RAB_CS_DR (RAB CS drops)

Overshooting WCEL was found based on monitoring


Then decide whether it needs to be dowtilted or neigh
WCEl parameter-- Cell range- 5000, 10000, 20000 (mts)
PRACH Propogation Delay report

If Cell range is= 5000;


If Cell range is= 10000

Class 0 to Class 20 tak hoti hai

If Cell range is= 20000;

PtxCellMax

43 dbm

40 dbm

40 dbm

PtxCPICH

33 dbm

30 dbm

33 dbm

CCCH total

35.5

32.5

35.5

Available HSDPA pwr (W)

16.4

8.2

6.5

Gammafactor

0.5

0.5

0.5

Ptx_Allowed HSDPA (W)

8.2

4.1

3.2

MPO, dB (calculated)

6.1

6.1

2.1

MPO from Nemo

Reported CQI can be improved by optimisation on DL RF quality and level


Reported CQI can not be improved by direct parameter changes in NSN RAN

o the most common value in the network.

PA 48 Users per Cell

Any errors or mismatches between planned setup, configured setup, and actual hardware on site ma
WBTS configuration can be checked using WBTS site manager:
WBTS configuration files can also be collected using a tool such as FileCollectorTool:
https://twiki.inside.nokiasiemensnetworks.com/bin/view/SEM/CommandlineTools

It collects site configuration data (including commissioning data and licenses) to xml files which can
Collecting the data takes quite long time as the tool automatically logs to every WBTS to copy the da
Example script for WBTS xml file mass analysis:
Output data includes:
BTS configuration (cells, carriers, HSDPA/HSUPA schedulers, )
BTS HW (system modules, radio modules, WSPx/WPAx/WTRx cards)
BTS licenses
Local cell group configuration
MHA and antenna line data

Check HSDPA scheduler type and number:


HSDPA scheduler type is defined in WBTS commissioning phase or by HSDPA shared scheduler lic
If shared scheduler is used, the number of schedulers depend on Tcell parameter settings o

Wrong scheduler type may cause HSDPA setup problems due to too many users, or waste baseban

ell parameter settings on the site.

by a number of chips defined by the value of Tcell.


DL Scrambling Code(s) in a cell relative to BFN. The main purpose is to avoid having the overlapping SCHs

ps throughput

2Mbps throughput and 10 ms TTI.


ith 2ms TTI.

Es are from the cell


parameter PRACHDelayRange when the last RRC Connection Request or Cell Update of the measurement interval was received.

Classification criterias in the below table.

found based on monitoring the three main KPIs.


eds to be dowtilted or neighbor relations needs to be modified.
Cell range is= 5000;
Cell range is= 10000

5000
10000

21 238.09m
21 476.19m

1 class=238.09m
1 class=476.19m

Cell range is= 20000;

20000

21 952.38m

1 class=952.38m

UE estimates CQI using available information on the channel quality.


RSCP
Ec/N0
HSDPA transmit power (signalled to UE)
Retransmission rate
Etc.

Impact of PtxCPICH power tuning


Under isolated cell without any other traffic. HSDPA 15 code, 64QAM enabled, Category14 64QAM HSDPA UE used

nges in NSN RAN

Both PtxCPICH 33 dBm and PtxCPICH 30 dBm measured. All other parameter remains untouched (PtxCellMax
While decreasing CPICH tx power by 3 dB (from 33 dBm to 30 dBm)
Ave reported EcNo decrease ~ 2.5 - 3 dB EcNo degraded
Ave reported CQI increases only by ~ 1 - 1.5

and actual hardware on site may lead to performance degradation.

ileCollectorTool:
CommandlineTools

censes) to xml files which can be mass post-processed.


s to every WBTS to copy the data, but it can collect all the files in background without user interaction.

by HSDPA shared scheduler license


on Tcell parameter settings on the site.

many users, or waste baseband capacity if schedulers are underutilized.

ng the overlapping SCHs in different cells belonging to the same BTS. An SCH burst is 256 chips long.

interval was received.

64QAM HSDPA UE used

mains untouched (PtxCellMax was 40 dBm in both cases)

56 chips long.

Capacity Bottlenecks & Analysis


Common Channel Load Monitoring- RACH, FACH, SCCPCH & PCH Load
Air Interface Load Monitoring
R99 Usage
UL capacity issues
HSDPA DL power & Usage
DL Code Usage
Number of HSPA Users
BTS Capacity monitoring
Smart phones

Overall Flowchart for Capacity Management

RU20 Reporting Suite Capacity Reports


RU20 full report set contains following capacity reports
RSRAN068 RNC Capacity
RSRAN085 RNC Capacity Usage
RSRAN066 Node B Capacity
RSRAN067 Cell Capacity
RSRAN068 Iub Capacity
RSRAN086 Cell Power
RSRAN097 NRT DCH Allocations Statistics
RSRAN013 NRT Radio Bearer Statistic

The PRACH preamble load

RACH transport channel may

PRACH load c
Increasing the
Increasing the
Increasing the
Check whethe
Evaluate whet
Upgrading the

RNC_ 978b_AveragePR

RACHCapacity parameter- HW capacity reserved for a RACH transport channel in the BTS.
RACH Capacity is indicated as the capacity of BTS to decode RACH messages in a 10 ms radio fra
also Defines the number of PRACH preamble signatures used
Range 1,2,3,4 (messages) and default = 2
Recemmended value:4
For example if the RACHCapacity = 2 (default) then it means that the BTS can decode 2 RACH messages in every

S-CCPCH Configuration 1

In this configuration, PCH Bit R


PCH is multiplexed with the FAC
PCH always has priority
SF64 is required to transfer the
RAS06 and RU10 support a PCH bitrate
Transport block size of 80 bits & carry a

i.e. single paging record can be broa

FACH-c and FACH-u load

=100 paging records per second

PCH load

=a single cell can thus page maximu

Max PCH Throughput 8 kbps max 100

SCCPCH load is used by PS in downlink channel type selection algorithm


Average SCCPCH load-- ratio between the SCCPCH transmission power and the CPICH power.
incremented when the MAC-c sends to the RRM an internal message (every 20 seconds, including 0.5s sampling

RNC_ 979 a_SCCPCHAv erageLoad

M 1000C 64 AVE_SCCPC H_INC_PCH_LOA


M 1000C 65 SCCPCH_LOAD_DENOM_0

The load of different transport channels (FACH-u, FACH-c and PCH) can be monitored separately
RNC_2029b FACH-u Load
RNC_2030b FACH-c Load
Paging Types and PCH Load
When the network needs to contact a certain user a Paging procedure will take place.
Paging method used depends on RRC state of UE:
IDLE: Paging Type 1 - over PCH - LA/RA level - CN originated
Cell/URA-PCH: Paging Type 1 - over PCH - Cell/URA level - CN/RNC origin.
Cell-DCH/Cell-FACH: Paging Type 2 / over SRB / Cell level

Only Paging Type 1 affects


the PCH Load

Example:
The average PCH Throughput approaches 7kbps several times per day
It is a clear symptom of PCH congestion during the traffic peak hour.

Average PCH Load equal to 80..90% at RNCLAC level


It is a highly congested situation, a high rate of missing pages is expected and LAC splitting needs to be

The Paging success rate starts to decrease when PCH throughput exceeds 4-4.5kbps, that is a PCH Load
Threshold of 50% PCH Load confirmed as Rule of Thumb to trigger PCH Load optimization

Paging Load Optimization: LAC splitting

Enabling a 2nd S-CCPCH without 24 kbps paging channel will not increase the PCH capacity (8kbps), but only FA
LAC splitting is needed to reduce the Paging Load

Paging Load Optimization: DRX Cycle Length


DRX Cycle Length changed from 1280ms to 640ms
Linear region increased from 45% to 58%

Paging Load Optimization: (RU20) 24 kbps Paging Channel


RU20 support PCH bitrate of 8kbps and 24 kbps
Transport block size of 240 bits & 10 ms TTI

=Up to 8 paging records per TTI allowed (3GPP)


If 1 paging record broadcasted/10ms TTI=100 paging records per second= 1 single cell can
Then for 8 paging records/10ms TTI=1 single cell can page 8*100=800 UEs/sec
Max PCH Throughput 24 kbps max 800 Pages/sec per cell

Example: Updating 8 kbps to 24 kbps PCH


Object

Parameter Name

Abbreviated Name

RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC

Low utilization time to trigger of the MAC-d flow


Window size of the MAC-d flow throughput measurement
Low throughput time to trigger of the E-DCH MAC-d flow
Window size of E-DCH MAC-d flow throughput measurement
Uplink traffic volume measurement low threshold
UL/DL activation timer
Inactivity timer for uplink 8kbps DCH
Inactivity timer for uplink 16kbps DCH
Inactivity timer for uplink 32kbps DCH

MACdflowutilTimetoTrigger
MACdflowthroughputAveWin
EDCHMACdFlowThroughputTim
EDCHMACdFlowThroughputAve
TrafVolThresholdULLow
UL_DL_activation_timer
InactivityTimerUplinkDCH8
InactivityTimerUplinkDCH16
InactivityTimerUplinkDCH32

PCH loading and FACH throughput


One SCCPCH and 8 kbps PCH Case
When SCCPCH is heavily loaded there is risk that FACH messages are delayed or even dropped. This may cause reconfigur

Paging Parameter Recommendations 3G

Parameter Name (Cell level)


N300

Def/Curr
ent
3
2000ms

T300
Parameter Name (RNC level)
WaitTimeRRCconversational
WaitTimeRRCstreaming
WaitTimeRRCinteractive
WaitTimeRRCbackground
WaitTimeRRCsubscribed
WaitTimeRRCemergency
WaitTimeRRCinterRATreselectio
WaitTimeRRCregistration
WaitTimeRRChighPrioritySignalling
WaitTimeRRClowPrioritySignalling
WaitTimeRRCunknown
WaitTimeRRCother

Recom
mended
2
2000ms
(10)

Current

Recomme
nded

3
3
5
5
3
1
3
5
1
5
1
0

2
2
8
8
3
1
3
5
2
2
2
2

Air/Radio Interface Load/Capacity Monitoring-- (R99 Usage, UL Capacity Issues,

Radio interface monitoring includes resources that cause Admission control to reject establishment of new Conne

UL Power
DL Power
DL Codes
No. of HSPA users
When HSPA is enabled in the cell, the DL and UL resources are shared between HSPA and R99 users
Both R99 and HSPA should be monitored
Reactive Measurements
Setup Failures due AC
RRC/RAB setup failures
PS Call setup failures due AC
HSDPA setup failures
Setup failures due UL DCH
Max. Number of HSDPA users reached
Rejection rates in downlink and uplink
SRB, AMR, CS data, PS data, separately for UL and DL
Low HSDPA throughput
Channelisation code blocking rate
Proactive Measurements
Common channel Load (RACH, FACH, PCH)
R99 Usage - Overview of cell loading status in UL/DL for R99 traffic only
HSPA throughput limitations
HSPA Power & Usage
Channelisation Code utilisation
Simultaneous number of HSDPA users

R99 Usage:

UL Capacity Issues:

UL admission control start blocking incoming traffic if the RTWP (Received Total Wideband Power) and controlled pa
For years this has been solved by increasing the targets of the AC but now in 3G
1 UE transmission interferes the other UEs

One problematic connection can make the other UEs increasing the tx power and the cell starts b
the coverage decreases as the UEs in the cell edge run out of tx power
The control must be returned to 3G network by decreasing the AC targets and blocking the traffic in a controlled way

System Noise
System noise (WCEL: PrxNoise) is the sum of all stationary noises;
thermal noise
interference caused by spurious emissions of other systems,
noise caused by additional equipment such as repeaters
PrxNoise can vary place to place and even time to time
PrxNoise is a RNP parameter whose setting affects the capacity of cell
PrxNoise too low: overestimation of cell load and can lead to unnecessary call blocking
PrxNoise too high: underestimation of cell load and can lead to overload situation
Wrong Prx Noise level causes error to estimated power in PIE (Power Increase Estimation) and PDE (Power Decrease

Autotuning Prx noise:

PrxNoise is updated by the autotuning algorithm which adjust Prx Noise level automatically. Enabled with Pr

PrxNoise autotuning step sizes is limited by PrxNoiseMaxTuneAbsolute parameter (by default not limited)
Recommended parameter value is 2 dB. Value 2 dB allows 4 dB range in Prx Noise autotuning functionality
It is important to verify that prxnoise in the unloaded cell is close to -105 dBm. If that is not the case the cell needs further inve
PrxTarget is defined relative to PrxNoise.
M1000C12 Maximum PrxNoise Level
M1000C13 Minimum PrxNoise Level

Uplink Scheduling

RAN capacity management includes three sequential steps:


1.Counter & KPI monitoring with agreed trigger thresholds (daily/weekly) to measure resource usa
2.Detailed Blocking cause analysis & optimisation actions
3.Possible Hardware Capacity upgrade actions & verifications
Capacity upgrade process involves making a decision as to whether an upgrade is required or whether the
If an upgrade is required, upgrade verification is performed once the upgrade has been implemented

CCH Load includes:


RACH pre-amble
RACH-c and RACH-u load
FACH-c and FACH-u load
PCH load
SCCPCH power load

CCH load of each cell needs to be measured, for example FACH-c, FACH-u and PCCH transport channels can be m

he PRACH preamble load depends upon the no. of UE making use of RACH transport channel.

ACH transport channel may be used for the transfer of either user plane (RACH-u) or control plane (RACH-c) information.

PRACH load can be reduced by:


Increasing the number of available PRACH preamble signatures
Increasing the number of available PRACH access slots
Increasing the number of available PRACH
Check whether a large amount of signalling generated by cell, URA, location area or routing area updates. If so, consider a
Evaluate whether or not there is excessive user plane data transfer within CELL_FACH. If so, consider reducing the RLC b
Upgrading the BTS configuration in terms of an additional carrier

RNC_ 978b_AveragePRACHMessageLoad

SUM_RACH_ACK_PREAMB LES
DENOM_RACH _ACK_PREAM BLES

M1000C176
M1000C177

ssages in a 10 ms radio frame

2 RACH messages in every 10ms radio frame

nfiguration 1

S-CCPCH Configuration 2

n this configuration, PCH Bit Rate is limited to PCH bit rate to 8 kbps
CH is multiplexed with the FACH-u and FACH-c
CH always has priority
F64 is required to transfer the FACH-u and FACH-c bit rates

PCH24kbpsEnabled is conf
PCH bit rate is increased to
PCH is allocated its own sep
SF128 is allocated to the PC

RU10 support a PCH bitrate of 8 Kbps


block size of 80 bits & carry a single paging record per TTI (10 ms TTI)

RU20 support PCH bitra


Transport bl
24kbps pag

aging record can be broadcasted per 10 ms TTI

cords per second

ll can thus page maximum 100 UEs per second

24Kbps paging Channel - Impact to C

ughput 8 kbps max 100 Pages/s per cell

HSDPA cannot use 15 HS-PD

(B/coz Channelisation code fo

The transmit power of the S


PtxSCCPCH1 (P
PtxSCCPCH2 (S
PtxSCCPCH3 (S
PtxSCCPCH2SF
The PtxSCCPCH2SF128 par
All parameters define the tr

conds, including 0.5s sampling period) with the common channel information

C H_INC_PCH_LOAD
_LOAD_DENOM_0

RAS06 and RU10 support a PCH bitrate of 8 Kbps


Transport block size of 80 bits & carry a single paging record per TTI (10 ms TTI)

i.e. single paging record can be broadcasted per 10 ms TTI


=100 paging records per second

=a single cell can thus page maximum 100 UEs per second
Max PCH Throughput 8 kbps max 100 Pages/sec per cell

In case of too high Paging Load a considerable percentage of paging messages could get lost causing a bad user experience (

e.g. high traffic, LAC oversize,).


From S-CCPCH Configuration 1, we know that S-CCPCH can be shared with the FACH-c and FACH-u but
It means that high Paging load has an impact upon FACH capacity when single S-CCPCH is configured.
M 1006 C 25 _ PAGING_TYPE_ 1_ATT_CN_ORIG

Paging Att empts per Cell M 1006 C 25 PAGING_TYPE_ 1_ATT_RNC_O RIG


M 1006 C 27 _ PAGING_TYPE_ 2 _ATT

nd LAC splitting needs to be planned.

-4.5kbps, that is a PCH Load of 50-55% approximately and is below 90% when PCH throughput exceeds 6kbps
d optimization

H capacity (8kbps), but only FACH capacity.

24 kbps Paging Channel feature can increase the paging channel capacity three

So PCH throughput is increased- 24 kbps PCH

When the amount of paging messages exceeds 50% of the nominal capa
50 msg/sec for 8 kbps PCH
250 msg/sec for 24 kbps PCH

second= 1 single cell can page 100 UEs/sec


=800 UEs/sec

bbreviated Name

ACdflowutilTimetoTrigger
ACdflowthroughputAveWin
DCHMACdFlowThroughputTimetoTrigger
DCHMACdFlowThroughputAveWin
rafVolThresholdULLow
L_DL_activation_timer
activityTimerUplinkDCH8
activityTimerUplinkDCH16
activityTimerUplinkDCH32

Actual
value

new value

2 sec
3 sec
5 sec
3 sec
128 bytes
2 sec
5 sec
5 sec
5 sec

0 sec *
2 sec
1 sec
2 sec
256 bytes
1 sec
2 sec
2 sec
2 sec

d. This may cause reconfiguration process failures and PS RABs drops.

Capacity Issues,

ct establishment of new Connection/bearer

SPA and R99 users

nd Power) and controlled part of UL noise increase too much

he tx power and the cell starts breathing


edge run out of tx power
ic in a controlled way

unnecessary call blocking


to overload situation

) and PDE (Power Decrease Estimation) algorithms, in turn causes power spiking in the uplink spectrum.

utomatically. Enabled with PrxNoiseAutotuning (WCEL)

eter (by default not limited)


x Noise autotuning functionality. In this case PrxNoise should have default value -105 dBm.
case the cell needs further investigation.

PrxTarget is scheduling target for RT services and also NRT service [when there is not E-DCH connections w

Prx_Target_PS is used for NRT scheduling when one or more E-DCH connections have been established. Th

PrxMaxTargetBTS is BTS scheduling target for HSUPA. It is suggested to configure this parameter to be greater than PrxTarget +

NRT PS R99 packet scheduling should be done with target lower than PrxMaxTargetBTS in order to provide capa
PrxNoise autotuning should be limited
Note: Requires WCEL level check of minimum PrxNoise

Object
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
RNC

Parameter
PrxMaxTargetBTS
PrxTarget
PrxTargetPSMin
PrxTargetPSMax
PrxNoiseMaxTuneAbsolute

Default
6 dB
4 dB
4 dB
4 dB
not lim

y) to measure resource usage or/and blocking.

e is required or whether the network is likely to benefit from further optimisation.


as been implemented

nsport channels can be multiplexed into same SCCPCH

ACH-c) information.

ea updates. If so, consider adjusting the area boundaries.


onsider reducing the RLC buffer thresholds that trigger the transition to CELL_DCH

Total no. of RACH Frames=RRIndPeriod/Length of 1 RACH Frame


i.e. 200ms/20ms=10

M1000C176
M1000C177

SUM_RACH_ACK_PREAMBLES
DENOM_RACH_ACK_PREAMBLES

nfiguration 2

CH24kbpsEnabled is configured to enabled with this configuration


CH bit rate is increased to 24 kbps
CH is allocated its own separate S-CCPCH
F128 is allocated to the PCH to support the increased bit rate
RU20 support PCH bitrate of 8kbps and 24 kbps
Transport block size of 240 bits & 10 ms TTI
24kbps paging channel require activation of second SCCPCH channel

ng Channel - Impact to Code and power capacity

SDPA cannot use 15 HS-PDSCH codes when HSUPA 2 ms TTI is enabled with 24 kbps PCH

coz Channelisation code for 24 kbps PCH uses a larger section of the code tree)

he transmit power of the S-CCPCH is defined using the parameters:


PtxSCCPCH1 (PCH/FACH or only FACH)
PtxSCCPCH2 (Standalone PCH)
PtxSCCPCH3 (S-CCPCH for SAB)
PtxSCCPCH2SF128 (Standalone PCH SF128 / 24kbps)
he PtxSCCPCH2SF128 parameter defines the transmit power of the S-CCPCH used to transfer the 24 kbps PCH
ll parameters define the transmit power of the data bits (rather than the transmit power of the TFCI and Pilot bits)

record per TTI (10 ms TTI)

er 10 ms TTI

s per second

ing a bad user experience (non-reachability of UEs due to missing pages).

ACH-c and FACH-u but PCH always has priority.

configured.

ng channel capacity three times higher from the 8 kbps

ds 50% of the nominal capacity, its good time to start thinking about actions to reduce paging channel load to avoid degradation in paging s

is not E-DCH connections with the cell]

s have been established. This can be adjusted between PrxTargetPSMax and PrxTargetPSMin.

be greater than PrxTarget + PrxOffset because the Node B is more responsive than the RNC.

BTS in order to provide capacity for HSUPA users

Recommended
6 - 12 dB
4 - 8 dB
4 - 8 dB
4 - 8 dB
2 dB

o avoid degradation in paging success rate.

1.1.1.1.1. Accessibility Analysis (CS/PS/HS)


Call Setup analysis
CS/PS Access Failure Optimization:

HSDPA Access Failure Optimization:

1.1.1.1.1. Retainibility Analysis (CS/PS/HS)

Voice Drop Call Optimization:


1. Monitor Daily Performance Reports/KPIs Worksheet---Pick Worst Offenders
2. Identify DCR top offenders. few cells?. Any particular area ? Known Coverage issue? Need a
3. Was the availability of the site 100%?
4. Any current alarms on the site / sector?
5. Check the alarm history especially for transmission issues (NBAP link failures/T1 fluctuations?)
6. Check if the sector is dropping the calls due to RF (Counter: Voice_Drops_due_to_radio_int)
7. If not RF, check if the following counters are pegged:
Voice Drops due to Iu
Voice Drops due to BTS
Voice Drops due to Iur (Not applicable for Cleveland or Columbus now)
Voice Drops due to RNC
Voice Drops due to UE
7. If drops are due to RF (Voice Drops due to radio int), check the Site location, Neighbors, Cell to c
8. Need Tilt / Azimuth change to improve the area?
9. HO issue? All Neighbor Exists? SHO.ISHOIFHO.?? Neighbor Adds?
10. It might be observed on some sites that although there is no alarm and cell is carrying traffic, som
R99 PS Drop Call Optimization:

2.8.1.2.3 Throughput Optimization:


HSDPA Throughput Optimization:

2.8.1.2.4.

Capacity Analysis (Power, Codes, Node-B CE, RNC)

2.8.1.3 UMTS Special Feature Optimization


2.8.1.3.1 Multi Band Load Balancing(MBLB)

Candidates for MBLB are Inter Frequency neighbors on different freq layer, if prioritized hig
Triggering Events
Target Layer Selection Criteria
Handover Execution

1.Four Triggering Events: Radio Bearer Setup, Inactivity in Cell-DCH, State Transition to Cell-DCH, M
2.Four Target Layer Selection Criterion: Freq Layer Preference (based on UE capability, Requeste
3.IFHO Execution: Blind HO (W/o Comp Mode)- (RB Setup Triggered & Transition to DCH state Trigge
Measurement Based HO(With CM) -( Inactivity Timer Triggered & Mobility Trigg
Trigger Events:

Optimization Strategy:
Confirmation to the recommended parameter set in most cases. Some market/Cluster/Site specific ad

Main Parameters to keep Track /Tune and Effects:


1. MBLBRABSetupEnabled; MBLBInactivityEnabled; MBLBStateTransEnabled; MBLBMobil
(Each type can be enabled on cell level independently on others, by corresponding source cell WCEL p
2. Preferred Frequency Layer Identifiers: (Parameters used to create/define the preferred
Example: RNC-1 / PFLIdentifier-1
LaySelWeightLoad=50
LaySelWeightRSCP=0
LaySelWeightPrefLayer= 100
LaySelWeightBand= 0
LowLoadPreference = 1
PreflayerHSDPAxxx=F4
PrefayerR99xxx=F3
PrefayerDCHSCxxx=F1, F2
PreferBandForLayering=F1,
3. RSCP thresholds used to make upper or lower frequency bands appear more attractive:
BlindHORSCPThrAbove ; BlindHORSCPThrBelow.
4. Weights allocated to each component of the Preference Score calculation
LaySelWeightPrefLayer; LaySelWeightBand; LaySelWeightRSCP; LaySelWeightLoad
5. Whether or not increased weight is given to low loaded cells: LaySelLowLoadPref
6. Preferred layers for fast moving UE:

PFLFastMovUECS , PFLFastMovUEPS

2.8.2.2. GSM Optimization Process using OSS KPI/Counters


2.8.2.2..1. Voice Accessibility Analysis (SDCCH/TCH)
Any
alarms in
problem
period

NO

YES

High Access Failure R

High RACH Failure?

YES

NO

High AG Blocking?
100%
Access
failure?

YES

NO
YES
NO

YES

Is cell
barred?

High SDCCH
Blocking?

YES

NO

Wrong LAC,
CI in MSC?

YES

NO
YES
YES

High TCH Blocking?

YES

NO

DMAX
=0

YES

Modify the parameters accordingly

Escalate to NSN
technical
support

GSM Voice Access Failure Analysis P

2.8.2.2.3 HO Failure Analysis

High HO Failures

Check the neighbor list to


see if any neighbors are
missing

NO

YES

Any alarms in
surrounding area?

Are HO fails
outgoing?

YES

NO

Problem is at
the target
cell

Is HOF due to
blocking?

Check HO Adj
report to find
problematic
relationship

YES

Check TCH report


to verify if there
TCH blocking

NO

NO

Check the site alarms


(e.g. transmission) of
target and source.

Check HO Adj report to


find problematic
relationship

Is the failure
100%?

YES

YES

Check if theres any


discrepancy of the
neighbor

Check neighbor list


-could be the same
BCCH-BSIC

NO
Check HO cause report 153

Major HO cause
by quality?
NO

YES

Check
if theres co &

adj-BCCH interfers
NO

Neighbor
optimization (e.g.
HO margin, tilting)

GSM Voice Call Handover Analysis Process

YES

Review Freq plan

IDD (intelligent DL Diversity)


Downlink diversity means that downlink signal is sent via two separate transceivers, which
IDD method provides its best gain in low-correlated channels. Therefore, phase hopping is used to cha

Both transmitters transmit on the same frequency, but the transmission of secondary transmitter is r

Intelligent downlink diversity (IDD) doesnt need to be enabled from BSC. It requires re-co
From network side only the master TRX will be seen, the auxiliary TRX will not be seen by

4XUD (Four way UL Diversity)


Four Way Uplink Diversity means that four received signals are combined together by usin
IRC eliminates correlated noise received by both antennas. If no correlated noise exists, IRC behaves l
The combining gain depends on Dominant Interference Ratio and angular spread of Interference Post

Regarding 4UD activation, The 4UD (as well as the IDD) is activated using the BTS manage
The 4UD can only be switched on if the IDD option has been switched on earlier, so 4UD cannot be us

For activating the 4UD feature, in the BSC, the Rx DIV parameter needs to be set to Yes (Y) in order to

SHO overhead RT = 130-199


SHO overhead NRT = 30-45

Poor RAB drop for PS, HSDPA and HSUPA observed for Node B's on ATM
Poor RAB drop rate observed for some sites working on ATM and when the BTS commissioning for these sites were audited it
For signaling and RT services-- the bit rate should be "CBR" (constant bit rate) and for NRT services-- it has to be "UBR+" (u
Initially poor performing sites were identified and rectified accordingly and then all ATM sites were audited for commis

100% HS AFR
The software version was not compatiable with 4 way UL Rx Diversity enabled due to the software gli
Until new version comes:
WCEL - HSUPA2msTTIenabled changed from Enabled(1) to Disabled 0
WCEL - MaxTotalUplinkSymbolRate Changed from 3(5760kbps) to 2(3840 kbps)

Poor ISHO success rate observed for RT


In the compressed mode it is not able to decode the BCCH BSIC or is not able to make accurate decision.
GsmMaxMeasPeriod parameter tuned from 3 Secs to 6 Secs so that the probability to decode BCCH BSIC of the GSM sites c
The value of GsmMaxMeasPeriod must be greater than the value of GsmNcellSearchPeriod. The value for this parameter was

HSUPA Access Failure Optimization:

Coverage issue? Need a new site ?

ailures/T1 fluctuations?)
ops_due_to_radio_int)

ation, Neighbors, Cell to cell HO statistics, PRACH delay distance and Ec/No quality distribution statistics

cell is carrying traffic, some HW faults ( could be found only during the site visits) causing call drops e.g. bad fee
HSDPA Drop Optimization:

q layer, if prioritized higher than the source cell layer or neighbors in different bands supported by UE The co

e Transition to Cell-DCH, Mobility.


n UE capability, Requested Service, Speed etc),
sition to DCH state Triggered);
Triggered & Mobility Triggered).

Band Preference, Better Coverage, Traffic/Load Balancing.

Layer Priority:

t/Cluster/Site specific adjustments needed in order to meet performance KPI and balance traffic between PCS an

sEnabled; MBLBMobilityEnabled
nding source cell WCEL parameter (enabling in target cell not needed)

/define the preferred network layer for each UE capability / service type combination) Up to 8 preferred

pear more attractive:

aySelWeightLoad

SelLowLoadPref

MovUEPS

2.8.2.2.2. Drop Call Analysis (TCH)


Any alarms
in problem
period

gh Access Failure Rate

NO

Check if sector is overshooting


Check if theres UL interference
Check BTS parameters maxNumberRetransmission (RET) and
nbrOfSlotsSpreadTrans (SLO)

NO

Is drop due
to HO?

YES

Is drop
due to
HO?

YES

Check if combined configuration is used


Check BTS parameters noOfBlocksForAccessGrant (AG), Set
AG=0 to make AGCH have higher priority
than PCH
Check SDCCH capacity
Check if Dynamic SDCCH Allocation
feature is enabled
Check if FACCH Call Set Up feature is
enabled

NO
YES

Is the link
balanced?

NO

Is UL/DL having
bad quality?

Check TCH capacity


Check and modify HR parameters
Check and modify HO/ADJ parameters
to offload traffic to neighbor cells

NO

Is the cell serving


an area it should
not serve?

Is drop due to Abis


or A-if?

YES

YES

Check T1

NO

ess Failure Analysis Process

Is drop due to TC
or others?

YES

Escalate to
NSN technical
support

1.1.1.1.1. Link Imbalance Analysis:


Use Link Imbalance Report from KPI reports (DL-UL). It is u
IDD/4UD features for DL/UL coverage improvement
1.1.1.2. GSM Special Feature Optimization

IDD, 4UD, MHA


IDD combined with MHA and 4UD gives best results accord
The MHA and 4UD can improve the performance on highly

Increase HR
penetration

heck neighbor list


could be the same
CCH-BSIC

view Freq plan

IDD, MHA
IDD combined with MHA gives also good results but if the c
So this configuration is recommended if the cell is 3-5 dB

IDD, 4UD
IDD improves DL more compared to 4UD on UL. This config

Expected Results:
Drive test
Bigger coverage area (2-3 dB more in ru
Better average RxQual (25 % better)
Less HO attempts (25 % less) and Cell re
Better (E)GPRS data rate
OSS data
More traffic (31%)
Better DCR (0.26%)
Less HO attempts (~23%)

ate transceivers, which are fed to separate antennas.


se hopping is used to change phasing between adjacent burst, which decreases correlation between the main an

econdary transmitter is randomly delayed to decrease correlation between the main and secondary transmitters

BSC. It requires re-commissioning of the BTS. During the commissioning with BTS manager softwa
RX will not be seen by BSC.

bined together by using several combining techniques (Interference Rejection Combining (IRC), Max
oise exists, IRC behaves like a normal Maximum Ratio Combiner allowing traffic to flow without requiring noise re
ead of Interference Post Detection Maximum Ratio.

using the BTS manager software during the BTS commissioning. During the commissioning the 4UD
ier, so 4UD cannot be used without IDD.
set to Yes (Y) in order to be able to activate 4UD.

for these sites were audited it was found that the problem was with the bit rate definition for RT and NRT services.
rvices-- it has to be "UBR+" (unspecified bit rate).
tes were audited for commissioning recheck.

d due to the software glitch, temporary solution untill next software load

BCCH BSIC of the GSM sites can be increased


e value for this parameter was changed from 6 to 12 value

ibution statistics

ng call drops e.g. bad feeder or antenna or MHA problem?

supported by UE The complete MBLB feature basically consists of following three operations:

affic/Load Balancing.

IFHO types:

ce traffic between PCS and AWS bands or between multiple carriers within a specific band.

nation) Up to 8 preferred frequencies can be listed for each 16 capability & service combination .

Call Analysis (TCH)


YES

High Drop Call Rate

Check the severity of


the alarm

Check the fault


situation

YES

YES

Is DL
worse?

Check transmitter
path including
transmitter.

NO

Check receiver path incl


receiver, cables, MHA,
connectors.
YES

Make
modification:
Downtilts,
Azimuth, power
adjust

Check Rx-level
distribution report

Is bad quality
due to
interference?

NO

Check for coverage hole


Check T1

YES

Check idle UL interference

In-band interference?
Check frequency plan
External interference?
Spectrum Analyzer
Check Receiver
Check TRX

Escalate to
NSN technical
support

GSM Voice Call Analysis Process

PI reports (DL-UL). It is useful to check if both DL and UL are balanced.


verage improvement etc.

ure Optimization

gives best results according the drive test and OSS data.
e performance on highly unbalanced cells (UL limited) and improve coverage in DL with IDD.

o good results but if the cell is highly unbalanced (UL limited) it could not compensate DL totally (cell will be stil
nded if the cell is 3-5 dB UL limited.

to 4UD on UL. This configuration is recommended if the cell is 1-3 dB UL limited (the gain of 4UD is less in rulal)

e area (2-3 dB more in rural, better indoor, better overlapping in HO)


RxQual (25 % better)
pts (25 % less) and Cell re-selections (24 % less)
data rate

pts (~23%)

tion between the main and auxiliary transmitter.

d secondary transmitters. Phase hopping could increase interference levels.

h BTS manager software the IDD option needs to be switched on.

Combining (IRC), Maximum Ratio Combining (MRC), to get a unique combined signal with better q
without requiring noise reduction.

ommissioning the 4UD feature needs to be switched on.

DL totally (cell will be still UL limited).

in of 4UD is less in rulal).

d signal with better quality.

FMCX
FMCG

FMCS

Parameter
DL DPCH Transmission power Cancellation Offset (db)
DL DPCH Tx Power threshold for AMR (db)
DL DPCH Tx Power threshold for CS (db)
DL DPCH Tx Power threshold for NRT PS (db)
DL DPCH Tx Power threshold for RT PS (db)
GSM HO cause by CPICH EcNo
GSM HO cause by CPICH RSCP
GSM HO cause by DL DPCH TX Power
GSM HO cause by UE TX Power
GSM HO cause by UL DCH Quality
GSM Neighbor Cell Search Period (MEasRep)
IMSI Based GSM HO
ISHO Cancellation cause by CPICH EcNo
ISHO Cancellation cause by CPICH RSCP
ISHO Cancellation cause by DL DPCH TX Power
ISHO Cancellation cause by UE TX Power
Maximum BSIC Identification Time (s)
Maximum Measurement Period (MeasRep)
Maximum Averaging Window (MeasRep)
Measurement reporting Interval
Maximum Interval between Hos (s)
Maximum Interval between Repetitive inter_RAT SLHOs (s)
Minimum measurement Interval (s)
Name
UE TX Power Filter Coefficient
UE Tx Power threshold for AMR (db)
UE Tx Power threshold for CS (db)
UE Tx Power threshold for NRT PS (db)
UE Tx Power threshold for RT PS (db)
UE Tx Power Time Hysteresis
Usage of Directed Retry of AMR call Inter-System Handov
Parameter
Active Set Weighting coefficient
Addition Reporting Interval
Addition Time
Addition Window (db)
Allow E-DCH usage EcNo offset (db)
change origin
CPICH Ec/No filter Coefficient
CPICH Ec/No HHO Cancellation (db)
CPICH Ec/No HHO Cancellation Time
CPICH Ec/No HHO Threshold (db)

CPICH Ec/No HHO Time Hysteresis


CPICH EcNo offset E-DCH usage Removal (db)
CPICH RSCP HHO Cancellation (db)
CPICH RSCP HHO Cancellation Time
CPICH RSCP filter Coefficient
CPICH RSCP HHO Threshold (db)
CPICH RSCP HHO Time Hysteresis
Detected Set reporting Based HHO
Drop Reporting Interval
Drop Time
Drop Window (db)
IMSI Based SHO
Maximum Active Set Size
Name
Replacement Reporting Interval
Replacement Time
Replacement Window (db)

FMCI

Parameter
DL DPCH Tx Power threshold for AMR (db)
DL DPCH Tx Power threshold for CS (db)
DL DPCH Tx Power threshold for NRT PS (db)
DL DPCH Tx Power threshold for RT PS (db)
IFHO cause by CPICH EcNo
IFHO cause by CPICH RSCP
IFHO cause by DL DPCH TX Power
IFHO cause by UE TX Power
IFHO cause by UL DCH Quality
IMSI Based IFHO
Maximum Measurement Period (MeasRep)
MBLB due to Mobility EcNo offset (db)
MBLB due to Mobility RAB Combinations
Maximum Averaging Window (MeasRep)
Measurement reporting Interval
Maximum Interval between Hos (s)
Maximum Interval between Repetitive IF SLHOs (s)
Minimum measurement Interval (s)
Name
Neighbour cell Search Period (MeasRep)
UE TX Power Filter Coefficient
UE Tx Power threshold for AMR (db)
UE Tx Power threshold for CS (db)
UE Tx Power threshold for NRT PS (db)

UE Tx Power threshold for RT PS (db)


UE Tx Power Time Hysteresis

Core PCS
NRT

Bou

RT
HSDPA
HSDPA Multi
RT
-3
-3
-3
-1
-3
1- Enabled
0- Disabled
0- Disabled
1- Enabled
1- Enabled
1- Enabled
0- Disabled
1- Enabled
0- Disabled
0
0- Not Allowed
1- Enabled
1- Enabled
1- Disabled
1- Enabled
0- Feature not Used 0- Feature not U 0- Feature not U 0- Feature not U 0- Feature not U
6
6
2- 0.5s
10
30
2
8- Approx. 10ms
-3
-3
-1
-3
13- 1280ms
0- Disabled
Core PCS
NRT

RT
0
2- 0.5s
11- 320ms
3
0
3- Apprx. 600ms
-17
13- 1280ms
-19

Bou
HSDPA

HSDPA Multi

RT

1.5

-17

-17

-17

-11

-19

-19

-19

-13

13- 1280ms
2
-102
13- 1280ms
3- Apprx. 600ms
-105
11- 320ms
2- Enabled
0- No periodical reporti
12- 640ms
6
0- Not Allowed
3
2- 0.5s
12- 640ms
6

RT
-1
-3
-1
-3
1- Enabled
1- Enabled
0- Disabled
0- Disabled
0- Disabled
0- Not Allowed
6
2
0- All
6
2- 0.5s
10
30
2
0
8- Approx. 10ms
-3
-3
-1

11- 320ms

11- 320ms

13- 1280ms

13- 1280ms

-102

-102

-102

-109

-105
11- 320ms

-105
11- 320ms

-105
11- 320ms

-112
12- 640ms

2- 0.5s
12- 640ms
6

2- 0.5s
12- 640ms
3.5

2- 0.5s
12- 640ms
6

0- No periodical
12- 640ms
6

11- 320ms
2.5

11- 320ms
1.5

11- 320ms
2.5

12- 640ms
6

Core PCS
NRT

0- Disabled

Bou
HSDPA

0- Disabled

HSDPA Multi

0- Disabled

RT

1- Enabled

-3
13- 1280ms

Boundary
NRT
HSDPA

Core
HSDPA Multi

RT

1- Enabled

1- Enabled

1- Enabled

0- Feature not U 0- Feature not 2

NRT

Boundary
HSDPA

1- Enabled
0-Disabled

NRT

0-Disabled
1- Enabled

HSDPA

0-Disabled
0-Disabled

Core
HSDPA Multi

RT

NRT

HSDPA

12- 640ms
0

12- 640ms
0

-14

-14

-11

-17

-17

-17

-16

-16

-13

-19

-19

-19

13- 1280ms 13- 1280ms

13- 1280ms

13- 1280ms

11- 320ms

11- 320ms

-112

-112

-109

-112

-112

-112

-115
12- 640ms

-115
13- 1280ms

-112
12- 640ms

-115
11- 320ms

-115
11- 320ms

-115
11- 320ms

2- 0.5s
12- 640ms
6

2- 0.5s
13- 1280ms
6

2- 0.5s
12- 640ms
6

0- No periodical2- 0.5s
12- 640ms
12- 640ms
6
6

2- 0.5s
13- 1280ms
6

11- 320ms
2.5

13- 1280ms
3

11- 320ms
2.5

12- 640ms
6

13- 1280ms
3

Boundary
NRT
HSDPA

1- Enabled

1- Enabled

11- 320ms
2.5

Core
HSDPA Multi

1- Enabled

RT

0- Disabled

NRT

0- Disabled

HSDPA

0- Disabled

HSDPA Multi

1- Enabled
0-Disabled

0- Feature not Used

HSDPA Multi

RT

Core_NRT SHOOverhead Reduction


NRT
HSDPA HSDPA Multi

-17

-17

-19

-19

Boundary_NRT SHOOverhea
RT

13- 1280ms

11- 320ms

-112

-112

-115
11- 320ms

-115
11- 320ms

2- 0.5s
12- 640ms

2- 0.5s
12- 640ms
4

11- 320ms
2.5

HSDPA Multi

0- Disabled

11- 320ms
2

Boundary_NRT SHOOverhead Reduction


NRT
HSDPA HSDPA Multi

-14
-16

13- 1280ms
-112

-115
11- 320ms
2- 0.5s
12- 640ms
4

11- 320ms
2

Parameter

Value

DCellHSDPAEnabled
HSDPA64QAMallowed
MaxTotalUplinkSymbolRate
HSPDSCHCodeSet
HSUPA2MSTTIEnabled
DLmaxBitRateSF16
AMRLCRelatTXWindowRate7Size
AMRLCRelatTXWindowRate8Size
MaxBitRateNRTMacdflow
MaxNbrOfHSSCCHCodes
HSPDSCHMarginSF128
DPCHOverHSPDSCHThreshold
HSPA72UsersEnabled
HSDPA14MbpsPerUser
DCellHSDPACapaHO
FDPCHEnabled
DCellHSDPAFmcsId
FRLCEnabled

Enabled
Enabled
5760
54560
Enabled
1080 kbps
512
750
0
4
2
5
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
#NAME?
Enabled

WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
wbts
hc
AC
RNFC

WCEL

Cell DL Power
20W
40W
60W
30W

MaxDLPowerCapability
430
460
478
448

AC

AC
Service Affecting

PtxCellMax PtxMaxHSDPA
430
430
460
460
478
478
448
448

LC

LC

PS

Non-Service Aff
PtxTarget
PtxOffset
425
5
455
5
473
5
443
5

PtxTargetPSMax
420
450
468
438

PS
PS
Non-Service Affecting
PtxTargetPSMin
360
390
408
378

WCEL

PtxHighHSDPA PtxPrimaryCPI
Pwr
CH
425
330
455
354
473
354
443
354

AC

PtxTargetHSDPA
420
450
468
438

DUMP :

RNC database

6/5/2014 1:52

Total

RNC

10

10

RNAC

10

10

RNFC

10

RNHSPA

10

10

RNMOBI

10

RNPS

10

RNRLC

10

10

RNTRM

10

WRAB

25

10

15

WBTS

2937

2937

WCEL

13949

6728

7221

WCEL power

13949

3404

10545

WCEL_AC

13949

11979

1850

WCEL_AC power

13949

5167

8662

WCEL_HC common

13949

2439

11510

WCEL_HC MBLB

9174

168

9006

WCEL_HC LTE

8408

8408

WCEL_LC

13673

276

WCEL_LC power

13952

5177

8652

WCEL_PC

8871

5078

WCEL_PS

1256

4787

13952

2148

3838

WCEL_SIB common

6225

7724

WCEL_SIB MBLB

7619

1555

4775

WCEL_SIB LTE

4104

4304

5541

WCEL_PS power

CLASS
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC

Parameters
RNACId
AMRLoadTxPower
AMRNumofReconf
AMRwinSizeSCload
AdjustmentPeriod
AdjustmentRatio
BitRateSetPSNRT
DCHSlopeOfTheCurve
DLInLoopPCStepSizeCPC
DLLoadSource
DLmaxBitRateSF128
DLmaxBitRateSF16
DLmaxBitRateSF256
DLmaxBitRateSF32
DLmaxBitRateSF64
DLpuncturingLimit
DownlinkInnerLoopPCStepSize
EDCHSlopeOfTheCurve
ExpectReorderingPDCP
FmaxPeriodPDCP
FmaxTimePDCP
FreePtxSafetyMarginStr
PrachBetaC120
PrachBetaC15
PrachBetaC30
PrachBetaC60
PrachBetaD120
PrachBetaD15
PrachBetaD30
PrachBetaD60
HSFACHDiscardTimer
HSFACHResetTimer
HeaderCompressionMethod
ICRHostOperatorId
LoadBasedAMRCodecMode
MaxAdjustmentStep
MaxFreezingTime
MaxHeaderPDCP
MaxNumberOfReAttemptsCong
MinPrefChange
NonTCPspacePDCP
PCPreamble
PCrangeDL
PeriodULRCAMR

default
1
1
10
10
2
0
0
2
2
2
75
600
35
309
133
5
1
20
0
256
5
0
10
13
12
11
15
15
15
15
2
2
0
255
0
8
30
168
2
3
15
0
15
255

Celcom
1
1
10
10
2
0
0
2
2
2
75
600
35
309
133
7
1
20
0
256
5
0
10
13
12
11
15
15
15
15
0
0
0
0
0
8
30
168
2
3
15
0
22
10

RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNAC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC

PrefSubtract
PrxNoiseMaxTuneAbsolute
SRBDelay
SignallingLinkInactivityTimer
StepSizeForDCHBLER
StepSizeForEDCHBLER
TCPspacePDCP
TDMultForHSDPAStreaming
TFDCHZeroBitRate
ULmaxBitRateSF128
ULmaxBitRateSF16
ULmaxBitRateSF256
ULmaxBitRateSF32
ULmaxBitRateSF64
ULmaxBitRateSF8
ULpuncturingLimit
UlScrCodeMin
UpLinkInitialTransmitPowerMode
UpLinkRecoveryPeriodPowerMode
WaitTimeRRCbackground
WaitTimeRRCconversational
WaitTimeRRCemergency
WaitTimeRRChighPrioritySignalling
WaitTimeRRCinterRATreselection
WaitTimeRRCinteractive
WaitTimeRRClowPrioritySignalling
WaitTimeRRCother
WaitTimeRRCregistration
WaitTimeRRCstreaming
WaitTimeRRCsubscribed
WaitTimeRRCunknown
CommonMCC
CommonMNC
CommonMNCLength
ConnectionRetryCounter
DLBLERConfInterval
EmergencyCallRedirectTimer
ExtendedULDLactivationTmr
LCSSupportForAnchoring
LCSfunctionality
MSActivitySupervision
N302
N304
N308
PWSMDuration

2
2
255
4
7
7
4
4
30
30
3
3
15
15
6
6
16384
16384
30
30
273
273
15
15
120
120
60
60
500
500
7
7
1000000 1000000
0
0
0
0
5
8
3
2
1
1
1
2
3
5
5
8
5
2
0
2
1
5
3
2
3
3
1
2
65535
0
65535
0
0
0
10
10
23
23
60
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
29
29
7
7
2
2
2
2
5
5

RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC

PWSMExceededTrafficDur
PageRep1stInterv
PageRep2ndInterv
RANAPprocInitWait
RTservicesForPS
RestrictionInterval
SIB11_priority
SIB12_priority
SIB15_priority
SIB18_priority
SIB19Priority
SIB1_priority
SIB2_priority
SIB3_priority
SIB4_priority
SIB5_priority
SIB6_priority
SIB7_priority
SecOMSIpAddress
ServingOMS
ServingOMSAdminSetting
ServingOMSSwoRequest
T302
T304
T305
T307
T308
T309
T314
T316
T317
ToAWE_NRT_DCH_tti10
ToAWE_NRT_DCH_tti20
ToAWE_NRT_DCH_tti40
ToAWE_RT_DCH_tti10
ToAWE_RT_DCH_tti20
ToAWE_RT_DCH_tti40
ToAWE_Speech
ToAWS_NRT_DCH_tti10
ToAWS_NRT_DCH_tti20
ToAWS_NRT_DCH_tti40
ToAWS_RT_DCH_tti10
ToAWS_RT_DCH_tti20
ToAWS_RT_DCH_tti40
ToAWS_Speech

20
7
20
10
2
60
4
4
4
4
3
2
2
3
3
3
3
1
0.0.0.0

20
7
20
30
2
60
4
4
0
4
3
2
2
3
3
3
3
1
0.0.0.0

1
0
0
10
4
3
4
2
8
2
3
4
10
10
10
10
10
10
5
25
25
25
25
25
25
15

1
0
0
12
4
3
4
2
8
2
3
4
7
7
10
10
10
10
5
15
15
25
25
25
25
25

RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC

TraceLCSHorizAccur
TraceLCSPriority
TraceLCSVertAccur
TraceLCSWaitPeriod
ULBLERConfInterval
UL_DL_activation_timer
UL_DLcapacityReqWait
maxCallCapability
maxThroughput
AMRWithEDCH
AMRWithHSDSCH
AutomDLPlanUpdEnabled
CCCHforCUCallowed
CMmasterSwitch
CUCforPCHtoDCHallowed
CVUserInactInSignConnRel
CapaSmartphoneEnabled
DCHBitRateBalancing
DCHScheOverIur
DLOptimisationUsage
DynUsageHSDPAReturnChannel
EUTRAdetection
EmergencyCallISHOSupport
EmergencyCallRedirect
FRLCEnabled
FastDormancyEnabled
FlexUpgrUsage
HLSModeSelection
HSDPA16KBPSReturnChannel
HSDPA48UsersEnabled
HSDPADynamicResourceAllocation
HSDPAMobility
HSPAInterRNCMobility
HSPAOverIurExt
ISHOCancellation
ISHOInIurMobility
IntelligentEmergencyCallISHOSupport
IuPSrelWait3G2GMultiServ
MIBPLMNIdIncluded
MOCNenabled
PBSpolicy
PSOpThroUsage
PWSMDriftAllowed
PostVerifPeriodDLSynch
PowerBalancing

30
1
70
10
23
2
10

0
0
0
0
23
2
40

0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
1
0
0
0
0

1
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
2
0
1
0
0
4
0
0
1
15
0
0
0

RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNFC
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA

RABDRAEnabled
RRCSetupCCHEnabledR99
SLHOCmAllowedNRT
SignConnActivitySupervision
WPSCallRestriction
WireLessPriorityService
WeightForARP1
WeightForARP2
WeightForARP3
ATOSRBsOnHSPA
N10msCPCOptObjective
N10msCQIDTXTimer
N10msCQIFeedbackCPC
N10msInacThrUEDRXCycle
N10msInacThrUEDTXCycl2
N10msMACDTXCycle
N10msMACInacThr
N10msUEDPCCHburst1
N10msUEDPCCHburst2
N10msUEDRXCycle
N10msUEDTXCycle1
N10msUEDTXCycle2
N10msUEDTXLongPreamble
N2msCPCOptObjective
N2msCQIDTXTimer
N2msCQIFeedbackCPC
N2msInacThrUEDRXCycle
N2msInacThrUEDTXCycl2
N2msMACDTXCycle
N2msMACInacThr
N2msUEDPCCHburst1
N2msUEDPCCHburst2
N2msUEDRXCycle
N2msUEDTXCycle1
N2msUEDTXCycle2
N2msUEDTXLongPreamble
S10msCPCOptObjective
S10msCQIDTXTimer
S10msCQIFeedbackCPC
S10msInacThrUEDRXCycle
S10msInacThrUEDTXCycl2
S10msMACDTXCycle
S10msMACInacThr
S10msUEDPCCHburst1
S10msUEDPCCHburst2

0
0
1
4
0
0
100
100
100
30
1
7
4
7
3
1
0
0
0
2
2
2
1
1
7
3
7
5
3
0
0
0
2
3
4
1
1
7
4
7
3
1
0
0
0

0
1
1
4
0
0
100
100
100
30
1
7
4
7
3
1
0
0
0
2
2
2
1
1
7
3
7
5
3
0
0
0
2
3
4
1
1
7
4
7
3
1
0
0
0

RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA

S10msUEDRXCycle
S10msUEDTXCycle1
S10msUEDTXCycle2
S10msUEDTXLongPreamble
S2msCPCOptObjective
S2msCQIDTXTimer
S2msCQIFeedbackCPC
S2msInacThrUEDRXCycle
S2msInacThrUEDTXCycl2
S2msMACDTXCycle
S2msMACInacThr
S2msUEDPCCHburst1
S2msUEDPCCHburst2
S2msUEDRXCycle
S2msUEDTXCycle1
S2msUEDTXCycle2
S2msUEDTXLongPreamble
V10msCPCOptObjective
V10msCQIDTXTimer
V10msCQIFeedbackCPC
V10msInacThrUEDRXCycle
V10msInacThrUEDTXCycl2
V10msMACDTXCycle
V10msMACInacThr
V10msUEDPCCHburst1
V10msUEDPCCHburst2
V10msUEDRXCycle
V10msUEDTXCycle1
V10msUEDTXCycle2
V10msUEDTXLongPreamble
V2msCPCOptObjective
V2msCQIDTXTimer
V2msCQIFeedbackCPC
V2msInacThrUEDRXCycle
V2msInacThrUEDTXCycl2
V2msMACDTXCycle
V2msMACInacThr
V2msUEDPCCHburst1
V2msUEDPCCHburst2
V2msUEDRXCycle
V2msUEDTXCycle1
V2msUEDTXCycle2
V2msUEDTXLongPreamble
CPICHECNOSRBHSPA
CPICHECNOThreEDCH2MS

2
2
2
1
1
7
3
7
5
3
0
0
0
2
3
4
1
1
6
4
6
2
1
4
0
0
1
2
2
1
1
6
3
6
4
3
0
0
0
1
3
4
1
-6
-6

2
2
2
1
1
7
3
7
5
3
0
0
0
2
3
4
1
1
6
4
6
2
1
4
0
0
1
2
2
1
1
6
3
6
4
3
0
0
0
1
3
4
1
-6
-6

RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA

CPICHRSCPThreEDCH2MS
CPICHRSCPThreSRBHSDPA
DCellVsMIMOPreference
DiscardTimerHSCSVoice
EDCHCTSwitchGuardTimer
EDCHMACdFlowThroughputAveWin
EDCHMACdFlowThroughputRelThr
EDCHMACdFlowThroughputTimetoTrigger
EDCHMACdflowtputStrTtT
EDCHMaxHARQReTxStr
EDCHMaxHarqReTxSRB
EDCHMaxHarqReTxSRB2MS
EDCHMaxNumberOfHARQReTx
EDCHQOSClasses
EnablDelayHHO
EnablDelayStand
FDPCHAllocMinInterval
FDPCHAndSRBOnHSPATC
FDPCHSetupEC
FactorEDCHMaxBRPSstream
FactorEDCHMaxBitRate
FactorEDCHMaxBitRate2NRT
FactorEDCHMaxBitRate3NRT
HSDPACPICHCTSRepPer
HSDPACPICHEcNoThreshold
HSDPACellChangeRepetitionTime
HSDPAChaTypeSwitchWindow
HSDPAInitialBRULStrNRT
HSDPAMaxCellChangeRepetition
HSDPAMinBRULStrNRT
HSDPAPeakRateLimitRABMax
HSDPAPriority
HSDPARRCdiversity
HSDPASRBWindow
HSDPAinitialBitrateUL
HSDPAminAllowedBitrateUL
HSDSCHCTSwitchGuardTimer
HSDSCHGuardTimerLowThroughput
HSDSCHQoSclasses
NBRForPri0DL
NBRForPri0UL
NBRForPri10DL
NBRForPri10UL
NBRForPri11DL
NBRForPri11UL

136
-103
0
2
4
6
1
25
25
3
3
4
3
63
6
5
3
127
4065
18
15
14
13
2
-10
10
0
3
4
3
1
1
1
2
3
3
5
30
63
0
0
0
0
0
0

136
-103
0
0
4
4
1
10
25
3
3
4
3
15
6
5
3
127
4065
18
15
16
17
2
-18
10
0
3
4
3
1
1
1
2
1
1
5
0
15
0
0
0
0
0
0

RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA

NBRForPri12DL
NBRForPri12UL
NBRForPri1DL
NBRForPri1UL
NBRForPri2DL
NBRForPri2UL
NBRForPri3DL
NBRForPri3UL
NBRForPri4DL
NBRForPri4UL
NBRForPri5DL
NBRForPri5UL
NBRForPri6DL
NBRForPri6UL
NBRForPri7DL
NBRForPri7UL
NBRForPri8DL
NBRForPri8UL
NBRForPri9DL
NBRForPri9UL
HSPDSCHAdjustPeriod
HappyBitDelayConditionEDCH
HsdschGuardTimerHO
InacUserNbrXXXOverNRT
InacUsersOverloadFact
InactCPCBatOptT
InactCPCNoBatOptT
InactNonCPCBatOptT
InactNonCPCNoBatOptT
MACdflowthroughputAveWin
MACdflowthroughputRelThr
MACdflowthroughputTimetoTrigger
MACdflowtputStrTtT
MACdflowutilRelThr
MACdflowutilStrTtT
MACdflowutilTimetoTrigger
MaxBitRateNRTMACDFlow
MaxCSDelayRNCETTI10
MaxCSDelayRNCETTI2
MaxCSDelayUE
MaxEHARQReTxCSAMR10
MaxEHARQReTxCSAMR2
MaxReWaitTime
MaxReWaitTime2msTTI
MaxReWaitTime2msTTI16

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
3
5
2
90
0
48
0
0
6
0
25
25
1
10
0
0
5
8
6
1
2
32
60
60

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
3
5
2
90
36
48
0
0
4
0
0
25
1
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
32
60
0

RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNHSPA
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI

MaxReWaitTimeRT
MaxSetOfEDPDCHCSAMR10
MaxSetOfEDPDCHCSAMR2
NRTRBBRWithEDCHStr
PeriodicityForSI
PowerOffsetEHARQVoice
PowerOffsetForSI
T1HSCSVoice
T1HSFACH
TGPLAMRHSDPAInterFreq
TGPLHSDPAInterFreq
ThresholdMaxEDPDCHSR1920kbps
ThresholdMaxEDPDCHSR3840kbps
ThresholdMaxEDPDCHSR960kbps
UPResAllocInCellDCHWait
WeightDCHBG
WeightDCHTHP1
WeightDCHTHP2
WeightDCHTHP3
WeightHSPABG
WeightHSPATHP1
WeightHSPATHP2
WeightHSPATHP3
AnchorFmciIdentifier
AnchorFmcsIdentifier
AnchorHopiIdentifier
AnchorHopsIdentifier
CellReselectionObservingTime
DRRCForHSDPALayerServices
DefaultAuthorisedNetworkId
DirectedRRCForHSDPALayerEnhanc
DisablePowerInHSDPALayeringDecision
EcnoDifferenceThreshold
EnableULQualDetRep
FastDormOverCpcPri
FastUECancel
FastUEPeriod
FastUEThreshold
GANetwARFCN
GANetwBCC
GANetwNCC
GapPositionSingleFrame
GsmHandoverAMR
GsmHandoverCS
GsmHandoverNrtPS

10
0
0
1
6
0
3
1
1
4
4
16
32
8
3
15
90
65
40
25
100
75
50
0
0
0
0
16
204
0
0
0
16
0
0
1
10
3
65535
255
255
4
1
0
0

10
0
0
1
6
0
3
0
0
4
4
16
32
8
3
15
90
65
40
25
100
75
50
0
0
0
0
16
524
0
1
0
16
1
0
1
10
3
0
0
0
4
1
0
1

RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI

GsmHandoverRtPS
HSCAHORabCombSupport
HSDPACPICHAveWindow
HSDPACPICHReportPeriod
HSDPACellChangeMinInterval
HSDPALayerLoadShareThreshold
HSDPASIRErrorAveWindow
HSDPASIRErrorFilterCoefficient
HSDPASIRErrorReportPeriod
HSDPASIRErrorServCell
HSDPASIRErrorTargetCell
HSDPAServCellWindow
HSPADRNCEcNoOffset
HSPADRNCSIRErrorOffset
IBTSRabCombSupport
LHOMinNrtDchAllocTime
LowerRxTxTimeDiff
MBLBGuardTimer
MaxCellReselections
MaxNumISHOClPerAS
MultipleBSICIdent
NCHOFilterCoeffComLoadMeasDRNCCell
NCHOHystComLoadMeasDRNCCell
NCHOThrComLoadMeasDRNCCell
PreferBandForLayering
RANAPCause1LoadHO
RANAPCause2LoadHO
RANAPCause3LoadHO
RANAPCause1ServHO
RANAPCause2ServHO
RANAPCause3ServHO
SLHOHandlingOfCellLoadMeasNotAct
SLHOProfileBackgroundPSNRTData
SLHOProfileConvCSSpeech
SLHOProfileConvCSTData
SLHOProfileConvPSRTData
SLHOProfileConvPSSpeech
SLHOProfileInteractivePSNRTData
SLHOProfileStreamCSNTData
SLHOProfileStreamPSRTData
SLHOUseBackgroundPSNRTData
SLHOUseConvCSSpeech
SLHOUseConvCSTData
SLHOUseConvPSRTData
SLHOUseConvPSSpeech

0
1
3
1
3
3
3
5
1
-6
-4
4
6
6
1
20
874
10
3
1
0
15
300
70
0
43
0
0
41
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
1
3
1
3
3
3
5
1
-14
-12
4
6
6
0
20
874
10
0
1
1
15
300
70
1
43
0
0
41
0
0
0
4
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
3
0
0
0

RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNMOBI
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS

SLHOUseInteractivePSNRTData
SLHOUseStreamCSNTData
SLHOUseStreamPSRTData
ServBtwnHSDPALayers
ServicesToHSDPALayer
TGPLdoubleframeNRTPSgsm
TGPLdoubleframeNRTPSinterFreq
TGPLsingleframeAMRgsm
TGPLsingleframeAMRinterFreq
TGPLsingleframeCSgsm
TGPLsingleframeCSinterFreq
TGPLsingleframeNRTPSgsm
TGPLsingleframeNRTPSinterFreq
TGPLsingleframeRTPSgsm
TGPLsingleframeRTPSinterFreq
TRelocOverall
TRelocPrep
UEQualityRepInterv
UETxPowerMaxRef
ULQualDetRepThreshold
UpperRxTxTimeDiff
ActivationTimeOffset
CellDCHtestTmr
CrQueuingTimeDL
CrQueuingTimeUL
DCHUtilBelowDowngradeThr
DCHUtilHighAveWin
DCHUtilHighBelowNRTDataRateThr
DCHUtilHighTimeToTrigger
DCHUtilLowerAveWin128
DCHUtilLowerAveWin256
DCHUtilLowerAveWin32
DCHUtilLowerAveWin384
DCHUtilLowerAveWin64
DCHUtilLowerDowngradeThr128
DCHUtilLowerDowngradeThr256
DCHUtilLowerDowngradeThr32
DCHUtilLowerDowngradeThr384
DCHUtilLowerDowngradeThr64
DCHUtilLowerTimeToTrigger128
DCHUtilLowerTimeToTrigger256
DCHUtilLowerTimeToTrigger32
DCHUtilLowerTimeToTrigger384
DCHUtilLowerTimeToTrigger64
DCHUtilMeasGuardTime

0
0
0
3
0
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
8
6
4
24
1
1174
300
0
4
4
6
100
6
20
200
200
200
200
200
16
32
8
64
16
140
140
140
140
140
6

0
0
0
3
1
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
8
6
4
24
1
1174
500
0
4
4
6
100
6
20
100
100
100
100
100
64
64
8
64
16
80
80
80
80
80
2

RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS

DCHUtilRelAveWin
DCHUtilRelThrDL
DCHUtilRelThrUL
DCHUtilRelTimeToTrigger
DCHUtilUpperAveWin128
DCHUtilUpperAveWin256
DCHUtilUpperAveWin32
DCHUtilUpperAveWin384
DCHUtilUpperAveWin64
DCHUtilUpperDowngradeThr128
DCHUtilUpperDowngradeThr256
DCHUtilUpperDowngradeThr32
DCHUtilUpperDowngradeThr384
DCHUtilUpperDowngradeThr64
DCHUtilUpperTimeToTrigger128
DCHUtilUpperTimeToTrigger256
DCHUtilUpperTimeToTrigger32
DCHUtilUpperTimeToTrigger384
DCHUtilUpperTimeToTrigger64
DLOptimisationProhibitTime
DLOptimisationPwrOffset
FactorMinPBSinterval
HSFACHDiscardTimerDTCH
HSFACHRestTimerDTCH
ICRDowngradeDelayTimer
InactDetForStreamingRB
InactivityTimerDownlinkDCH128
InactivityTimerDownlinkDCH16
InactivityTimerDownlinkDCH256
InactivityTimerDownlinkDCH32
InactivityTimerDownlinkDCH320
InactivityTimerDownlinkDCH384
InactivityTimerDownlinkDCH64
InactivityTimerDownlinkDCH8
InactivityTimerUplinkDCH128
InactivityTimerUplinkDCH16
InactivityTimerUplinkDCH256
InactivityTimerUplinkDCH32
InactivityTimerUplinkDCH320
InactivityTimerUplinkDCH384
InactivityTimerUplinkDCH64
InactivityTimerUplinkDCH8
IurPriority
PriForBackARP1
PriForBackARP2

100
8
8
20
200
200
200
200
200
64
128
16
256
32
400
400
400
400
400
2
20
2
8
2
3
1
2
5
2
5
2
2
3
5
2
5
2
5
2
2
3
5
0
0
0

100
8
8
20
100
100
100
100
100
64
128
16
64
16
200
200
200
200
200
2
20
2
0
0
0
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
0
3
2

RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNPS
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC

PriForBackARP3
PriForConvOnHSPA
PriForHSFACHDTCH
PriForIntSignaling
PriForIntTHP1ARP1
PriForIntTHP1ARP2
PriForIntTHP1ARP3
PriForIntTHP2ARP1
PriForIntTHP2ARP2
PriForIntTHP2ARP3
PriForIntTHP3ARP1
PriForIntTHP3ARP2
PriForIntTHP3ARP3
PriForSRBsOnHSPA
PriForStreamARP1
PriForStreamARP2
PriForStreamARP3
RTOverNRTPriThresholdARP1
RTOverNRTPriThresholdARP2
RTOverNRTPriThresholdARP3
ToCellFACHinTest
TrafVolPendingTimeDL
TrafVolPendingTimeUL
TrafVolThresholdDLHigh
TrafVolThresholdDLHighDCH128
TrafVolThresholdDLHighDCH16
TrafVolThresholdDLHighDCH256
TrafVolThresholdDLHighDCH32
TrafVolThresholdDLHighDCH64
TrafVolThresholdDLHighDCH8
TrafVolThresholdULHigh
TrafVolThresholdULHighDCH128
TrafVolThresholdULHighDCH16
TrafVolThresholdULHighDCH256
TrafVolThresholdULHighDCH32
TrafVolThresholdULHighDCH64
TrafVolThresholdULHighDCH8
TrafVolThresholdULLow
TrafVolTimeToTriggerDL
TrafVolTimeToTriggerUL
ULLoadStateTTT
AMRLCBufMaxOverbook2NRT
AMRLCBufMaxOverbook3NRT
AMRLCHSFACHPSMaxDAT
AMRLCHSFACHPSMaxMRW

0
14
0
12
11
11
11
8
8
8
5
5
5
15
13
13
13
11
11
11
1
200
200
7
8
6
9
7
7
5
7
8
6
8
7
7
5
128
0
0
4
13
18
15
12

1
14
0
12
11
9
6
11
8
5
10
7
4
15
13
13
13
11
11
11
1
400
400
7
8
7
9
7
7
7
4
8
7
8
7
7
7
512
0
0
4
13
18
0
0

RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC

AMRLCHSFACHPSMaxRST
AMRLCHSFACHPSPeriodMax
AMRLCHSFACHPSPeriodMin
AMRLCHSFACHPSPollPDU
AMRLCHSFACHPSPollSDU
AMRLCHSFACHPSPollWin
AMRLCHSFACHPSTriggers
AMRLCRespHSFACHandRACH
HSFACHAMRLCRespHSRACH
AMRLCMaximumBufferUE100
AMRLCMaximumBufferUE1150
AMRLCMaximumBufferUE1250
AMRLCMaximumBufferUE150
AMRLCMaximumBufferUE1k
AMRLCMaximumBufferUE200
AMRLCMaximumBufferUE300
AMRLCMaximumBufferUE50
AMRLCMaximumBufferUE500
AMRLCMaximumBufferUE750
AMRLCmaximumBufferUE400
AMRLCOnDCHOfNRTPSCount
AMRLCOnDCHOfNRTPSFilterReTX
AMRLCOnDCHOfNRTPSMaxDAT
AMRLCOnDCHOfNRTPSMaxMRW
AMRLCOnDCHOfNRTPSMaxRST
AMRLCOnDCHOfNRTPSPeriodMax
AMRLCOnDCHOfNRTPSPeriodMin
AMRLCOnDCHOfNRTPSPollPDU
AMRLCOnDCHOfNRTPSPollSDU
AMRLCOnDCHOfNRTPSPollWindow
AMRLCOnDCHOfNRTPSTriggers
AMRLCOnDCHOfSRB136MaxDAT
AMRLCOnDCHOfSRB136PeriodMax
AMRLCOnDCHOfSRB136PeriodMin
AMRLCOnDCHOfSRB136PollPDU
AMRLCOnDCHOfSRB136PollSDU
AMRLCOnDCHOfSRB136PollWindow
AMRLCOnDCHOfSRB136Triggers
AMRLCOnDCHOfSRB34MaxDAT
AMRLCOnDCHOfSRB34PeriodMax
AMRLCOnDCHOfSRB34PeriodMin
AMRLCOnDCHOfSRB34PollPDU
AMRLCOnDCHOfSRB34PollSDU
AMRLCOnDCHOfSRB34PollWindow
AMRLCOnDCHOfSRB34Triggers

12
200
4
23
1
70
5940
50
50
25
230
250
35
200
50
60
14
95
120
70
10
80
15
12
12
140
4
23
1
70
56849
40
100
4
23
1
70
1988
30
112
4
23
1
70
1988

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
25
230
250
35
125
50
60
14
95
120
70
10
80
15
12
24
300
4
23
1
70
24081
40
100
4
23
1
70
1988
30
112
4
23
1
70
1988

RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC

AMRLCOnDCHOfStreamCount
AMRLCOnDCHOfStreamDiscardTime
AMRLCOnDCHOfStreamFilterReTX
AMRLCOnDCHOfStreamMaxDAT
AMRLCOnDCHOfStreamMaxMRW
AMRLCOnDCHOfStreamMaxRST
AMRLCOnDCHOfStreamPeriodMax
AMRLCOnDCHOfStreamPeriodMin
AMRLCOnDCHOfStreamPollPDU
AMRLCOnDCHOfStreamPollSDU
AMRLCOnDCHOfStreamPollWindow
AMRLCOnDCHOfStreamTriggers
AMRLCOnEDCHOfNRTPSCount
AMRLCOnEDCHOfNRTPSMaxDAT
AMRLCOnEDCHOfNRTPSMaxMRW
AMRLCOnEDCHOfNRTPSMaxRST
AMRLCOnEDCHOfNRTPSPeriodMax
AMRLCOnEDCHOfNRTPSPeriodMin
AMRLCOnEDCHOfNRTPSPollPDU
AMRLCOnEDCHOfNRTPSPollSDU
AMRLCOnEDCHOfNRTPSPollWindow
AMRLCOnEDCHOfNRTPSTriggers
EDCHStrPSCount
EDCHStrPSDiscardTime
EDCHStrPSMaxDAT
EDCHStrPSMaxMRW
EDCHStrPSMaxRST
EDCHStrPSPeriodMax
EDCHStrPSPeriodMin
EDCHStrPSPollPDU
EDCHStrPSPollSDU
EDCHStrPSPollWindow
EDCHStrPSTriggers
AMRLCOnFACHOfPSMaxDAT
AMRLCOnFACHOfPSMaxMRW
AMRLCOnFACHOfPSMaxRST
AMRLCOnFACHOfPSPeriodMax
AMRLCOnFACHOfPSPeriodMin
AMRLCOnFACHOfPSPollPDU
AMRLCOnFACHOfPSPollSDU
AMRLCOnFACHOfPSPollWindow
AMRLCOnFACHOfPSTriggers
AMRLCOnFACHOfSRBMaxDAT
AMRLCOnFACHOfSRBPeriodMax
AMRLCOnFACHOfSRBPeriodMin

10
20
80
15
12
12
140
4
23
1
70
32273
10
15
12
12
200
4
23
1
70
3857
10
20
15
12
12
200
4
23
1
70
3601
15
12
12
200
4
23
1
70
6100
30
200
4

10
20
80
15
12
12
140
4
23
1
70
15889
10
15
12
24
300
4
23
1
70
3857
10
20
15
12
12
200
4
23
1
70
3601
15
12
12
200
4
23
1
70
6100
30
200
4

RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC

AMRLCOnFACHOfSRBPollPDU
AMRLCOnFACHOfSRBPollSDU
AMRLCOnFACHOfSRBPollWindow
AMRLCOnFACHOfSRBTriggers
AMRLCOnHSDSCHOfNRTPSCount
AMRLCOnHSDSCHOfNRTPSFilterReTX
AMRLCOnHSDSCHOfNRTPSMaxDAT
AMRLCOnHSDSCHOfNRTPSMaxMRW
AMRLCOnHSDSCHOfNRTPSMaxRST
AMRLCOnHSDSCHOfNRTPSPeriodMax
AMRLCOnHSDSCHOfNRTPSPeriodMin
AMRLCOnHSDSCHOfNRTPSPollPDU
AMRLCOnHSDSCHOfNRTPSPollSDU
AMRLCOnHSDSCHOfNRTPSPollWindow
AMRLCOnHSDSCHOfNRTPSTriggers
HSDSCHStrDiscardTime
HSDSCHStrPSCount
HSDSCHStrPSFilterReTX
HSDSCHStrPSMaxDAT
HSDSCHStrPSMaxMRW
HSDSCHStrPSMaxRST
HSDSCHStrPSPeriodMax
HSDSCHStrPSPeriodMin
HSDSCHStrPSPollPDU
HSDSCHStrPSPollSDU
HSDSCHStrPSPollWindow
HSDSCHStrPSTriggers
AMRLCRelatTXWindowRate1
AMRLCRelatTXWindowRate1Size
AMRLCRelatTXWindowRate2
AMRLCRelatTXWindowRate2Size
AMRLCRelatTXWindowRate3
AMRLCRelatTXWindowRate3Size
AMRLCRelatTXWindowRate4
AMRLCRelatTXWindowRate4Size
AMRLCRelatTXWindowRate5
AMRLCRelatTXWindowRate5Size
AMRLCRelatTXWindowRate6
AMRLCRelatTXWindowRate6Size
AMRLCRelatTXWindowRate7
AMRLCRelatTXWindowRate7Size
AMRLCRelatTXWindowRate8
AMRLCRelatTXWindowRate8Size
AMRLCRespTimeDCH10
AMRLCRespTimeDCH20

23
1
70
1988
10
66
15
12
12
200
4
23
1
70
122385
20
10
66
15
12
12
200
4
23
1
70
65041
1
2
4
12
8
12
48
96
172
200
200
375
480
512
10625
3875
10
12

23
1
70
1988
10
66
15
12
24
300
4
23
1
70
24337
20
10
66
15
12
12
200
4
23
1
70
16145
1
2
4
12
8
12
48
96
172
200
200
375
480
512
1200
750
10
12

RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNRLC
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM

AMRLCRespTimeDCH40
AMRLCRespTimeDCHRevHSDSCH
AMRLCRespTimeRevEDCH
AMRLCRespTimeEDCH
AMRLCRespTimeFACHAndRACH
AMRLCRespTimeHSDSCHRevDCH
AMRLCRespTimeHSDSCHRevEDCH
AMRLCRespTimeSRBHSPA
AMRLCSRBHSPAMaxDAT
AMRLCSRBHSPAPeriodMax
AMRLCSRBHSPAPeriodMin
AMRLCSRBHSPAPollPDU
AMRLCSRBHSPAPollSDU
AMRLCSRBHSPAPollWindow
AMRLCSRBHSPATriggers
AMRLCTXWindowSizeSRB2
AMRLCTXWindowSizeSRB3
AMRLCTXWindowSizeSRB4
PDUSizeBitRateThr
PDUSizeCodeThreshold
PDUSizeSIRThr
SDUdiscardModeRTPS
UMRLCEVoiceDiscardTime
Af122AMRDL
Af122AMRUL
Af59AMRDL
Af59AMRUL
Af144CSStreDL
Af144CSStreUL
Af576CSStreDL
Af576CSStreUL
Af64CSConDL
Af64CSConUL
Af128And136DCCHDL
Af128And136DCCHUL
Af16And17DCCHDL
Af16And17DCCHUL
Af32And34DCCHDL
Af32And34DCCHUL
AfFACHCCDL
AfFACHCIDL
AfFACHContUL
AfFACHSDL
AfFACHUDL
AfRACH208UL

16
14
10
10
50
10
10
10
30
116
4
23
1
70
1988
2
2
1
3584
10
90
1
10
60
60
60
60
100
100
100
100
100
100
8
8
60
60
30
30
10
10
10
10
10
10

16
14
10
10
50
15
15
10
30
116
4
23
1
70
1988
2
2
1
3584
5
90
0
0
60
60
60
60
100
100
100
100
100
100
8
8
60
60
30
30
10
10
10
10
10
10

RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM

AfRACHContDL
AfRTHSDPA
AfRTHSUPA
AfSRBOnHSDPA
AfSRBOnHSUPA
Af128NRTDCHDL
Af128NRTDCHUL
Af16NRTDCHDL
Af16NRTDCHUL
Af256NRTDCHDL
Af256NRTDCHUL
Af32NRTDCHDL
Af32NRTDCHUL
Af384NRTDCHDL
Af384NRTDCHUL
Af64NRTDCHDL
Af64NRTDCHUL
Af8NRTDCHDL
Af8NRTDCHUL
AfPCHContUL
AfPCHDL
Af128RTPSAMDL
Af128RTPSAMUL
Af128RTPSUMDL
Af128RTPSUMUL
Af16RTPSAMDL
Af16RTPSAMUL
Af16RTPSUMDL
Af16RTPSUMUL
Af256RTPSAMDL
Af256RTPSUMDL
Af32RTPSAMDL
Af32RTPSAMUL
Af32RTPSUMDL
Af32RTPSUMUL
Af64RTPSAMDL
Af64RTPSAMUL
Af64RTPSUMDL
Af64RTPSUMUL
Af8RTPSAMDL
Af8RTPSAMUL
Af8RTPSUMDL
Af8RTPSUMUL
EchoRequestSending
HSDPAFlowControlLowThresholdDedicatedVCC

10
100
100
1
1
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
10
10
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
0
35

10
100
100
1
1
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
10
10
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
0
35

RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
RNTRM
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB

HSDPAFlowControlLowThresholdSharedVCC
HSDPAFlowControlTargetDelayDedicatedVCC
HSDPAFlowControlTargetDelaySharedVCC
IPStackErrorTimer
IuDATree
IubDATree
IurDATree
N3Requests
NRTDCHFlowControlTargetDelay
SignallingToDSCP
T3Response
THP1DelaySensitivitySwitch
THP2DelaySensitivitySwitch
THP3DelaySensitivitySwitch
ToAWEOffsetForOverbook
ToAWSOffsetForOverbook
ULCACSwitch
UsedSRBALCSet
DeltaSIRAfterDownlink
DeltaSIRAfterUplink
DeltaSIRDownlink
DeltaSIRUplink
DownlinkOrthog
EDCHBLERAdjCSVoice10
EDCHBLERAdjCSVoice2
EbNoDCHOfPSNRTPriQua
EbNoDCHOfPSNRTPrim
EbNoDCHOfPSNRTSec
EbNoDCHOfPSNRTSecQua
EbNoDCHOfPSNRTSelQuaDL
EbNoDCHOfPSNRTSelQuaUL
EbNoDCHOfPSStrPriQua
EbNoDCHOfPSStrPrim
EbNoDCHOfPSStrSec
EbNoDCHOfPSStrSecQua
EbNoDCHOfPSStrSelQuaDL
EbNoDCHOfPSStrSelQuaUL
EbNoDCHOfSRB136
EbNoDCHOfSRB136Qua
EbNoDCHOfSRB34
EbNoDCHOfSRB34Qua
EbNoDCHRateGainCSAMR
EbNoDCHRateGainCSData
EbNoDCHRateGainPSData
EbNoDCHRateGainSFDown

35
205
205
30
3
1
2
5
100
34
10
0
0
0
10
100
2
3
7
7
15
15
50
1
2
-20
80
65
-13
127
127
-20
80
65
-13
63
31
80
-20
80
-20
-5
-20
-20
15

35
205
205
30
3
1
2
5
100
34
10
0
0
0
10
100
2
3
7
7
15
15
50

-20
80
65
-13
127
127
-20
80
65
-13
63
31
100
-20
100
-20
-5
-20
-20
15

WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB
WRAB

EbNoDCHRateGainSFUp
EbNoDCHRateGainSRB
EbNoDCHRxDiv2
EbNoDCHRxDiv4
EbNoDCHTxDiv
EbNoEDCHCSAMR
EDCHPSStr128Kbps
EDCHPSStr16Kbps
EDCHPSStr248Kbps
EDCHPSStr32Kbps
EDCHPSStr64Kbps
EDCHPSStr8Kbps
EDCHPSStrOver248Kbps
EbNoDCHOfCSDataNT
EbNoDCHOfCSDataNTQua
EbNoDCHOfCSDataT
EbNoDCHOfCSDataTQua
EbNoDCHOfCSNBAMR122
EbNoDCHOfCSNBAMR59
EbNoDCHOfCSNBAMRQua
EbNoDCHOfCSNBAMRb
EbNoDCHOfCSNBAMRc
EbNoDCHOfCSWBAMR1265
EbNoDCHOfCSWBAMRQua
EbNoDCHOfCSWBAMRb
L1BLERTEDCHVoice10
L1BLERTEDCHVoice2
SIRDPCCHInitialDCH128
SIRDPCCHInitialDCH16
SIRDPCCHInitialDCH256
SIRDPCCHInitialDCH32
SIRDPCCHInitialDCH4
SIRDPCCHInitialDCH64
SIRDPCCHInitialDCH8
SIRDPCCHInitialDCHHS128
SIRDPCCHInitialDCHHS16
SIRDPCCHInitialDCHHS256
SIRDPCCHInitialDCHHS32
SIRDPCCHInitialDCHHS4
SIRDPCCHInitialDCHHS64
SIRDPCCHInitialDCHHS8
SIRDPCCHInitialDCHMax
SIRDPCCHInitialDCHMin
SIRDPCCHInitialDCHOffset
SIRDPCCHInitialDCHRxDiv2

7
-5
-30
-40
0
40
60
75
55
70
65
80
50
80
-27
80
-27
80
80
-20
-5
-10
80
-20
-5
-10
-10
45
75
45
60
90
45
80
75
105
75
90
120
75
110
60
-60
0
-30

7
-5
-30
-40
0
60
75
55
70
65
80
50
80
-27
80
-27
80
80
-20
-5
-10
80
-20
-5

45
75
45
60
90
45
80
45
75
45
60
90
45
80
60
-60
-20
-30

WRAB
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS

SIRDPCCHInitialDCHRxDiv4
AdminWBTSState
BTSFallbackEnabled
BTSSupportForHSPACM
BlindHOIntraBTSQCheck
BlindTFdetectionUsage
BroadcastSIB15
BroadcastSIB15_2
BroadcastSIB15_3
DCHnumberRL
DCNLinkStatus
DCNSecurityStatus
DLORLAveragingWindowSize
DSCPHigh
DSCPLow
DSCPMedDCH
DSCPMedHSPA
DediMeasRepPeriodCSdata
DediMeasRepPeriodPSdata
DedicatedMeasReportPeriod
DelayThresholdMax
DelayThresholdMax2msTTI
DelayThresholdMid
DelayThresholdMid2msTTI
DelayThresholdMin
DelayThresholdMin2msTTI
HARQRVConfiguration
HSDPA14MbpsPerUser
HSDPACCEnabled
HSDPAIurWeight
HSDPAULCToDSCP
HSDPAUserHysterisis
HSDPAUserThreshold
HSUPADLCToDSCP
HSUPAXUsersEnabled
ICREnabled
IPBasedRouteIdIub
IPBasedRouteIdIub2
IPNBId
InactCACThresholdATM
InactCACThresholdIP
InactUsersCIDThreshold
IntelligentSDPrioHO
IubTransportFallback
IubTransportMedia

-40
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
255
0
46
0
34
26
3
1
5
10000
10000
7000
7000
5000
5000
1
0
0
0
34
0
1
34
0
0
0
0
0
170
80
6
0
15
0

-40
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
46
0
34
26
3
1
5
10000
10000
7000
7000
5000
5000
1
1
1
0
34
0
0
34
60
0
0
0
0
170
80
6
0
0
1

WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS

LoadControlPeriodPS
MDCBufferingTime
MaxDCHuserRateRLDL
MaxDCHuserRateRLUL
MaxNumberEDCHLCG
MeasFiltCoeff
MinUDPPortIub
NbrOfOverbookedHSDPAUsers
NodeBRABReconfigSupport
OverbookingSwitch
PDUSize656WithHSDSCH
PSAveragingWindowSize
PSRLAveragingWindowSize
PWSMInUse
PWSMRemCellSDBeginHour
PWSMRemCellSDBeginMin
PWSMRemCellSDEndHour
PWSMRemCellSDEndMin
PWSMShutdownBeginHour
PWSMShutdownBeginMin
PWSMShutdownEndHour
PWSMShutdownEndMin
PWSMWeekday
ProbabilityFactorMax
ProbabilityFactorMax2msTTI
PrxAlpha
PrxMeasAveWindow
PrxTargetPSAdjustPeriod
PtxAlpha
PtxDPCHmax
PtxDPCHmin
PtxMeasAveWindow
RACHloadIndicationPeriod
RFSharingState
RRIndPeriod
RRMULDCHActivityFactorCSAMR
RRMULDCHActivityFactorCSNTData
RRMULDCHActivityFactorCSTData
RRMULDCHActivityFactorPSBackgr
RRMULDCHActivityFactorPSStream
RRMULDCHActivityFactorPSTHP1
RRMULDCHActivityFactorPSTHP2
RRMULDCHActivityFactorPSTHP3
RRMULDCHActivityFactorSRB
ReleaseTimerForSharedHSDPAallocation

20
50
3
3
0
5
1026
48
0
0
2
4
0
0
22
0
6
0
22
0
6
0
0
1000
1000
0
10
5
0
-30
-28
10
1
0
40
50
95
100
95
95
95
95
95
1
3

20
0
0
0
160
5
1026
48
0
1
2
4
0
0
22
0
6
0
22
0
6
0
0
1000
1000
0
20
5
0
-30
-28
10
1
0
40
50
95
100
50
50
50
50
50
1
1

WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS
WBTS

SatelliteIubUsage
SchedulingPeriod
SharedHSDPAVCCSelectionMethod
SharedHSDPAallocation
TQMId
ToAWEOffsetNRTDCHIP
ToAWEOffsetRTDCHIP
ToAWSOffsetNRTDCHIP
ToAWSOffsetRTDCHIP
WinACRABsetupDL
WinACRABsetupUL
WinLCHSDPA
WinLCHSUPA
DLCECapacity
HSDPACodeCapacity
ULCECapacity
autoConfMode
autoConfPlanReady
autoConfStatus
bburruFlag
nbrRepeater
numFa
type

0
100
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
5
5
5
0
5
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
3

0
100
0
40
1
5
0
10
0
5
5
5
5
0
5
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
3

Deviation

Remarks

ModificatioRNC

1
wcel
wcel
wcel
wcel
wcel
wcel
wcel
wcel
wcel
wcel

0 ok
1

0 Related to HS Cell FACH feature which is not active.


Related to HS Cell FACH feature which is not active.
1
0
1

0 ok
ok

Cell DL Po
MaxDLPower
PtxCellMax
PtxMaxHSD
PtxTarget
PtxOffset
PtxTargetP
PtxTargetP
PtxHighHS
PtxPrimary
PtxTargetH

1
0 RNC 127 usYes
1

127

0 ok
ok
1
0 ok
ok
ok
ok
ok
ok
ok
1
0 ok

0
1
0 RNC 127 usYes
1

127

0 ok
1

0
1

0 ok
1

0 ok
ok
1

0 ok
ok
1

0 ok

1
0 ok
Based on license in RNC
Based on license in RNC
0 ok
ok
1

0 ok
1

0 ok
ok
1
0 ok
1
0 ok
1
0 ok
ok
ok
ok
ok
1
0 ok
1

0 ok
1

0 ok
1

0
1
0 RNC 127 usYes
1
0 RNC 127 usYes
1

0 ok
1

0 ok
ok
1
0 ok
1

0 ok
ok
1
0 ok
ok
1

127
127

0 ok
1

0 ok
1

0 RNC 127 usYes


1
0 RNC 127 usYes
1

1
0

127
127

0
1

0 ok
1
0 ok
1
0 ok
1

0 ok

0 ok
ok
1

0
1

0 ok
1
0 ok
1

0 ok
1

0 ok
RNC 127 usYes
1

127

0 ok
Load and Service Based HO active in 6 RNCs. RNC 111 has Service Based HO only. RNC 11
1

0 ok
1

0 ok
1

0 ok
ok
ok
ok
ok
ok
ok
1

0 ok
ok
ok
ok
ok
ok

0 ok
ok
ok
ok
ok
1

0 ok
ok
ok
ok
ok
ok
ok
1

1
0 ok
1
0 ok
1
0 ok
ok
1
0 ok
1
0 ok
1
0 ok
ok
1
0 ok
ok

ok
1

0 ok
ok
ok
1
0 ok
ok
ok
ok
1

0 RNC127 usiYes
RNC127 usiYes
1
0 ok
1

0 ok
ok
1
0 ok
1

0 ok
ok
1

127
127

0 RNC 127 usYes


1

127

0 RNC 127 usYes


RNC 127 usYes
1

127
127

0 RNC 127 usYes


1

127

0 RNC 127 usYes


1

127

0 RNC 127 usYes


RNC 127 usYes
1

127
127

0 RNC 127 usYes


RNC 127 usYes
1

127
127

0 RNC 127 usYes


1

127

0 RNC 127 usYes


1

127

0 RNC 127 usYes


RNC 127 usYes
1

127
127

0 RNC 127 usYes


RNC 127 usYes
1

127
127

0 RNC 127 usYes


1
0 RNC 127 usYes

127

127

0 Related
Related
Related
Related
Related
Related
Related
Related
Related
Related
Related
Related
Related
Related
1

to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to

Transport
Transport
Transport
Transport
Transport
Transport
Transport
Transport
Transport
Transport
Transport
Transport
Transport
Transport

Bearer
Bearer
Bearer
Bearer
Bearer
Bearer
Bearer
Bearer
Bearer
Bearer
Bearer
Bearer
Bearer
Bearer

Tuning
Tuning
Tuning
Tuning
Tuning
Tuning
Tuning
Tuning
Tuning
Tuning
Tuning
Tuning
Tuning
Tuning

and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and

this
this
this
this
this
this
this
this
this
this
this
this
this
this

feature
feature
feature
feature
feature
feature
feature
feature
feature
feature
feature
feature
feature
feature

is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is

inactive.
inactive.
inactive.
inactive.
inactive.
inactive.
inactive.
inactive.
inactive.
inactive.
inactive.
inactive.
inactive.
inactive.

RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC

126
126
126
126
126
126
126
126
126
126
126
126
126
126

and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and

RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC

127
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
127

is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is

u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u
u

20W

30W
430
430
430
425
5
420
360
425
330
420

40W
448
448
448
443
5
438
378
443
354
438

60W
460
460
460
455
5
450
390
455
354
450

478
478
478
473
5
468
408
473
354
468

CLASS
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL

Parameters
AdminCellS
CSGroupId
CTCHCapaH
CUCEcNoTh
CUCRSCPTh
EVAMCapabi
MultiplePL
PCH24kbps
PRACHDela
PSGroupId
PWSMAVLim
PWSMAVLim
PWSMAVLim
PWSMAVLim
PWSMAVPw
PWSMAVPw
PWSMCellG
PWSMEXPwr
PWSMEXUsr
PWSMSDLim
PWSMSDLim
PWSMSDLim
PWSMSDLim
PWSMSDLim
PWSMSDPw
PWSMSDPw
PWSMSDPw
PWSMShutd
PWSMShutd
PowerSave
PtxPrimary
RACHCapac
RNARGroup
RRCconnRe
RRCconnRe
RelocComm
SACB
ShutdownS
ShutdownW
ToAWE_CC
ToAWS_CC

WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC

UTRAN_DRX
WCELCSCNI
WCELPSCNI
WCelState
NumofEagc
NumofErgH
cellLevel
AMROverS
AMROverTra
AMROverT
AMROverTx
AMROverTxT
AMRSF
AMRTarget
AMRTargetT
AMRTarget
AMRTarget
AMRTargetT
AMRUnder
AMRUnderTr
AMRUnder
AMRUnderT
AMRUnderT
AdminPICSt
AssignedPI
CCHSetupE
CIRForFDP
CPICHEcNo
CPICHRSCP
CPICHtoRef
CSAMRMod
CSAMRMod
CableLoss
CodeTreeOp
CodeTreeOp
CodeTreeU
DPCHOverH
DRRCprxMa
DRRCprxOff
DRRCptxMa
DRRCptxOff
EVAMInUse
EvamDInit
EvamNumPh
EvamTKeep

WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC

EvamTSwe
FDPCHCode
FDPCHEnab
FDPCHSetu
HSDPA64QA
HSDPA64Us
HSDPAenab
HSFACHEna
HSFACHRel
HSPA72User
HSPDSCHCo
HSPDSCHMa
HSUPA16QA
HSUPA2MST
HSUPAUser
MHA
MaxBitRat
MaxBitRat
MaxCodeRe
MaxNbrOfH
PICState
PrxLoadMa
PrxLoadMa
PrxOffsetW
PtxCellMax
PtxDLabsM
PtxFDPCHM
PtxFDPCHM
PtxMaxHSD
PtxOffset
PtxOffset
PtxOffset
PtxOffsetH
PtxOffsetW
PtxPSstre
PtxTargetH
PtxTargetT
PtxTargetTo
RefServFor
RxDivIndica
SIRDPCCHO
SRBBitRat
SRBMapRRC
TPCComman
UEtxPower

WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_AC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC

UEtxPower
UEtxPower
UsersPerH
BlindHOEcN
BlindHORSC
CellWeight
DCellHSDP
DLLoadStat
HSDPAFmcgIdentifier
HSDPAFmciIdentifier
HSDPAFmcsIdentifier
HSPAFmcsIdentifier
DirectedRR
DirectedRR
HHoMaxAllo
HHoMaxAllo
HSCapabil
HSCapabili
HSDPALaye
HSLoadSta
HSLoadStat
HSLoadSta
HSLoadStat
HSLoadSta
HSPACapa
IncomingLT
LHOCapaRe
LHOCapaRe
LHODelayO
LHODelayO
LHODelayOF
LHODelayO
LHOHardBl
LHOHardBlo
LHOHystTi
LHOHystTim
LHOHystTim
LHOHystTi
LHONRTTraf
LHONumbUE
LHONumbUE
LHOPwrOff
LHOPwrOff
LHOResRat
LHOWinSiz

WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_HC
WCEL_LC
WCEL_LC
WCEL_LC
WCEL_LC
WCEL_LC
WCEL_LC
WCEL_LC
WCEL_LC
WCEL_LC
WCEL_LC
WCEL_LC
WCEL_LC
WCEL_LC
WCEL_LC

LHOWinSize
LHOWinSize
LHOWinSiz
LHOWinSiz
LHOWinSiz
LHOWinSize
LHOWinSiz
LoadBased
LoadBased
MBLBInacti
MBLBMobili
MBLBRABSe
MBLBRABSe
MBLBStateT
MIMOHSDP
MaxNumbe
NrtFmcgIdentifier
NrtFmciIdentifier
NrtFmcsIdentifier
PFLIdentifier
RTWithHSDPAFmcgIdentifi
RTWithHSDPAFmciIdentifie
RTWithHSDPAFmcsIdentifi
RTWithHSPAFmcsIdentifie
RtFmcgIdentifier
RtFmciIdentifier
RtFmcsIdentifier
ServHONum
ServHONum
ServHOPeri
ServHOPeri
MaxIncrInt
NonHSEve
PrxMeasFilt
PrxNoise
PrxNoiseAu
PrxOffset
PrxTarget
PrxTargetM
PrxTotalRep
PtxMeasFilt
PtxOffset
PtxTarget
PtxTotalRep
RACHloadRe

WCEL_LC
WCEL_LC
WCEL_LC
WCEL_LC
WCEL_LC
WCEL_LC
WCEL_LC
WCEL_LC
WCEL_LC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PC
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS

RACHmeasFi
RSEPSEve
RTWPEvent
RTWPEven
RTWPMeasFi
TCPEventE
TCPEvent
TCPMeasFil
VoiceOverr
DPCModeCh
PRACHRequi
PTxPICH
PowerOffs
PO1_15
PO1_30
PO1_60
PowerRamp
PtxAICH
PtxBCCHH
PtxBCCHH
PtxMaxEHI
PtxOffsetE
PtxOffset
PtxOffset
PtxOffsetE
PtxOffset
PtxOffsetH
PtxPrimar
PtxPrimary
PtxSCCPCH
PtxSCCPCH
PtxSCCPCH
PtxSCCPCH
PtxSecSCH
RsrvdSigna
AltScrambl
CPCEnable
DCellAndM
DCellHSDP
DeltaPrxM
DeltaPrxM
DeltaPtxM
DeltaPtxM
EDCHMinSe
EDCHMinim

WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS

FachLoadM
FachLoadT
HSDPAMPO
HSDPAMaxB
HSFACHActT
HSFACHActi
HSFACHActi
HSFACHRLCT
HSFACHVol
HSPAQoSEn
HSUPAEnab
HspaMultiN
InitialBitR
InitialBitR
MIMOEnabl
MIMOWith6
MaxNumbHS
MaxNumbH
MaxNumber
MaxNumber
MaxNumbe
MaxNumbe
MaxNumbe
MaxNumbe
MaxTotalUp
MinAllowed
MinAllowed
NASsignVol
NASsignVol
NumberEDC
OCULNRTDC
OCdlNrtDCH
PBSgranted
PBSgranted
PBSgranted
PrxLoadMa
PrxMaxOrig
PrxMaxTarg
PrxTargetP
PrxTargetP
PrxTargetP
PrxTargetP
PtxHighHS
PtxMargin
PtxTargetP

WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_PS
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB

PtxTargetP
PtxTargetP
PtxTargetP
PtxTargetP
PtxThresho
RachLoadM
RachLoadT
TargetNSE
TrafVolThr
ULLoadSta
ULLoadStat
ACBarredLi
AICHTraTim
AbsPrioCell
AllowedPre
AllowedRA
CellBarred
CellSelQua
Cell_Reser
HCS_PRIO
InterFreqSc
InterRATSca
IntraFreq_C
KforCTCH
LTECellRese
N300
N312
N312Conn
N313
N315
NCr
NbrOfSCCP
NforCTCH
NonHCSNcr
NonHCSTcr
NonHCSTcr
PI_amount
PRACHScra
PRACH_prea
QHCS
Qhyst1
Qhyst1FAC
Qhyst1PCH
Qhyst2
Qhyst2FAC

WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB
WCEL_SIB

Qhyst2PCH
QqualMin
QrxlevMin
RACHInter
RACHIntraF
RACH_Tx_N
RACH_Tx_N
RACH_tx_M
SHCS_RAT
SHCS_RATC
SIB4Indicat
SIB7factor
Sintersearc
Sintersear
Sintrasearc
Sintrasear
Slimit_Sea
Slimit_Sea
SpeedScale
Spriorityse
Spriorityse
SsearchHC
SsearchHC
Ssearch_RA
Ssearch_R
T300
T312
T312Conn
T313
T315
TBarred
TCrmax
TCrmaxHys
Threshserv
Treselectio
Treselecti
Treselecti
UseOfHCS

Based HO only. RNC 119, RNC 121 and RNC 126 having Load Based HO.

C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C

126
126
126
126
126
126
126
126
126
126
126
126
126
126

and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and
and

RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC
RNC

127
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
127
127

is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is

using
using
using
using
using
using
using
using
using
using
using
using
using
using

default.
default.
default.
default.
default.
default.
default.
default.
default.
default.
default.
default.
default.
default.

TEMPLATE
1 rf 900
1rf 2100
2rf+2hs 2100
default
Celcom
Deviation Remarks Modificatiocarrier 1 carrier 1 carrier 1
0
1
0 Cell lock/unlock status.
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
31
31
31
31
31
-92
-92
-92
-92
-92
1
0
0 no value
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0 24 kbps paging channe
1
1
1
3
3
1
3
3
3
0
0
0
0
0
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
37
37
37
37
37
0
0
0
0
0
31
31
31
31
31
37
37
37
37
37
0
0
0
0
0
37
37
37
37
37
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
10
10
10
10
10
5
5
5
5
5
10
10
10
10
10
5
5
5
5
5
34
34
34
34
34
37
37
37
37
37
34
34
34
34
34
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
330
354
0 cell specif Yes
Refer to worksheet " summary configuration"
2
2
1
2
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
6
6
6
6
6
5
5
5
5
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
10
10
10
10
15
15
15
15
15
10
10
10
10
10
25
25
25
25
25

5
65535
65535
0
1
1
0
90
9
-10
0
20
-2
70
8
-20
-10
0
50
2
-100
-100
-100
1
0
0
-44
-16
-92
20
0
0
30
3600
1
40
5
0
-10
-5
-30
0
0
8
4320

5
1
2
0
1
1
0
90
9
-10
0
20
-2
70
8
-20
-10
0
50
2
-100
-100
-100
1
0
1
-44
-16
-92
-40
7
1
30
3600
1
40
5
0
-10
-5
-30
0
0
0
0

0 ok
ok
1

0 Common channel setup


1

0 Celcom defa
Yes
ok
ok
1

0 no value
no value

5
1
2
0
1
1
0
90
9
-10
0
20
-2
70
8
-20
-10
0
50
2
-100
-100
-100
1
0
1
-44
-16
-92
-40
7
1
30
3600
1
40
5
0
-10
-5
-30
0
0
0
0

5
1
2
0
1
1
0
90
9
-10
0
20
-2
70
8
-20
-10
0
50
2
-100
-100
-100
1
0
1
-44
-16
-92
-40
7
1
30
3600
1
40
5
0
-10
-5
-30
0
0
0
0

5
1
2
0
1
1
0
90
9
-10
0
20
-2
70
8
-20
-10
0
50
2
-100
-100
-100
1
0
1
-44
-16
-92
-40
7
1
30
3600
1
40
5
0
-10
-5
-30
0
0
0
0

216
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
458124
0
32
8
0
0
2
0
384
384
40
1
1
20
0
8
430
370
90
200
430
20
12
6
8
8
370
385
32767
32767
0
1
0
66559
457728
4
24

0
6
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
1
54560
8
0
1
0
0
384
384
40
4
1
40
0
0
460
370
90
200
460
20
12
6
10
0
370
450
32767
32767
0
1
0
508927
310272
4
24

no value

0
0
0
1
6
6
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 HSDPA 64 QAM feature
1
1
1
HSDPA 64 users featur
1
1
1
enabled
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0 no value. Related to H
0
0
0
HSPA 72 users license
1
1
1
ok
54560
54560
54560
1
8
8
8
0
0
0
0 HSUPA 2ms TTI featur
1
1
1
no value. Related to
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
384
384
384
384
384
384
40
40
40
0 4 HS SCCHYes
4
4
4
1
1
1
1
0 ok
40
40
40
1
0
0
0
0 no value
0
0
0
depends onYes
Refer to worksheet " summary configuration"
1
370
370
370
90
90
90
200
200
200
0 depends onYes
Refer to worksheet " summary configuration"
1
20
20
20
12
12
12
6
6
6
0 ok
10
10
10
no value
0
0
0
1
370
370
370
0 depends on power sett
Refer to worksheet " summary configuration"
1
32767
32767
32767
32767
32767
32767
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0 ok
508927
508927
508927
ok
310272
310272
310272
1
4
4
4
24
24
24

21
21
30
-24
-95
100
0
4
SDPAFmcgIdentifier
SDPAFmciIdentifier
SDPAFmcsIdentifier
SPAFmcsIdentifier
1
0
32
32
3
5
0
32
127
24
127
2
0
0
70
70
30
30
30
30
10
50
2
2
2
2
10
0
0
-15
-7
80
5

21
21
0
0
-25
100
0
4

0
1
64
64
3
0
1
32
127
24
127
2
0
1
70
70
30
30
30
30
10
50
2
2
2
2
10
0
0
-15
-7
80
5

0 no value
ok, RACH EYes
ok
Yes
1

0 not enabled as MBLB i


Enabled for HSDPA
ok
Yes
ok
Yes
1
0 ok
Yes
enabled. Yes
1

0 ok, based oYes


1

21
21
0
0
-25
100
0
4

21
21
0
0
-25
100
0
4

21
21
0
0
-25
100
0
4

0
1
64
64
3
0
1
32
127
24
127
2
0
1
70
70
30
30
30
30
10
50
2
2
2
2
10
0
0
-15
-7
80
5

0
1
64
64
3
0
1
32
127
24
127
2
0
1
70
70
30
30
30
30
10
50
2
2
2
2
10
0
0
-15
-7
80
5

0
1
64
64
3
0
1
32
127
24
127
2
0
1
70
70
30
30
30
30
10
50
2
2
2
2
10
0
0
-15
-7
80
5

5
5
5
0
0
0
0
-25
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
6

5
5
5
0
0
0
0
-25
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
6

rtFmcgIdentifier
rtFmciIdentifier
rtFmcsIdentifier
FLIdentifier
TWithHSDPAFmcgIdentifier
TWithHSDPAFmciIdentifier
TWithHSDPAFmcsIdentifier
TWithHSPAFmcsIdentifier
tFmcgIdentifier
tFmciIdentifier
tFmcsIdentifier
1
2
1
1
0
0
0
0
10
10
1
0
2
2
-1050
-1050
1
1
10
10
40
80
65535
65535
80
0
2
2
10
5
400
455
80
0
80
0

0 MBLB enablYes
1
0 MBLB enablYes
1

5
5
5
0
0
0
0
-25
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
6

5
5
5
0
0
0
0
-25
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
6

5
5
5
0
0
0
0
-25
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
6

0 Service and Load Base


1

0 no value
1

0 ok
1
0 no value
1
0 ok
depends
no value
no value

2
2
2
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
10
10
0
0
0
2
2
2
-1050
-1050
-1050
1
1
1
10
10
10
Yes
80
80
80
65535
65535
65535
0
0
0
2
2
2
Yes
5
5
5
on power sett
Refer to worksheet " summary configuration"
0
0
0
0
0
0

10
1
20
1
2
20
1
2
1
1
-25
-8
2
8
12
16
2
-8
70
-20
84
108
128
128
84
128
140
-50
-30
0
-50
-20
-20
-30
10
0
0
0
0
4
6
4
6
29
4

10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
-20
-8
-3
8
12
16
3
-3
0
0
84
108
128
128
84
128
0
-50
-30
0
0
0
-20
-30
10
0
0
0
1
10
6
4
15
29
4

1
0 no
no
no
no
no
no
no
1

value
value
value
value
value
value
value

0 ok
1
0 ok
1

0 ok
ok
no value
no value
1

0 no value
1

0 ok
ok
1

0 enabled feature
ok
1
0 ok
1

10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
-20
-8
-3
8
12
16
3
-3
0
0
84
108
128
128
84
128
0
-50
-30
0
0
0
-20
-30
10
0
0
0
1
10
6
4
15
29
4

10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
-20
-8
-3
8
12
16
3
-3
0
0
84
108
128
128
84
128
0
-50
-30
0
0
0
-20
-30
10
0
0
0
1
10
6
4
15
29
4

10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
-20
-8
-3
8
12
16
3
-3
0
0
84
108
128
128
84
128
0
-50
-30
0
0
0
-20
-30
10
0
0
0
1
10
6
4
15
29
4

5
75
12
6
0
1
16
0
512
0
0
0
64
64
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
10
5
0
8
8
8
8
2
10
60
20
30
15
20
80
60
40
40
5
5
410
5
5

5
75
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
1
64
64
0
0
0
0
72
0
0
16
10
5
3
64
64
8
8
2
10
60
20
30
15
20
80
100
80
80
5
5
455
5
10

0 no value
1
0 no value
no value
1
0 no value
ok
enabled
enabled
1

0 ok
1

0 ok, for 5.8 Yes


ok
Yes
ok
yes
1

0 ok, in shr1 Yes


ok
Yes
ok
Yes
1
0 depends onYes
1
0 ok
Yes

5
5
5
75
75
75
0
0
0
6
6
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
64
64
64
64
64
64
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
72
72
72
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
16
16
10
10
10
5
5
5
3
3
3
64
64
64
64
64
64
8
8
8
8
8
8
2
2
2
10
10
10
60
60
60
20
20
20
30
30
30
15
15
15
20
20
20
80
80
80
100
100
100
80
80
80
80
80
80
5
5
5
5
5
5
Refer to worksheet " summary configuration"
5
5
5
10
10
10

400
360
10
10
-10
5
75
30
128
8
-5
0
0
0
15
4095
1
0
1
0
4
4
0
0
0
3
2
2
4
0
8
1
2
8
0
0
2
0
8
0
0
0
0
1
2

450
390
10
10
-10
5
75
50
512
8
127
0
0
0
15
4095
1
0
1
0
4
4
0
0
1
2
2
2
4
0
8
2
2
8
0
0
2
0
8
0
0
0
0
1
2

depends onYes
depends onYes
1

0 ok
ok
1
0 ok
1

Yes
Yes
Yes

0 ok, based oYes


ok
Yes
1

0 ok
1

Yes

Refer to worksheet " summary configuration"


Refer to worksheet " summary configuration"
10
10
10
10
10
10
-10
-10
-10
5
5
5
75
75
75
50
50
50
512
512
512
8
8
8
127
127
127
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
3
15
15
15
4095
4095
4095
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
4
4
4
4
4
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
4
4
0
0
0
8
8
8
2
2
2
2
2
2
8
8
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
2
2
0
0
0
8
8
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
2
2
2

2
-18
-58
1
0
50
0
8
-1
-1
0
0
4
4
5
5
1
1
7
0
0
-1
-1
2
2
10
6
1
3
4
2
2
0
0
2
10
2
0

2
-18
-58
0
1
50
20
4
-1
-1
1
0
3
3
5
5
1
1
7
3
2
-1
-1
1
1
10
6
6
2
2
2
2
0
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1
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Yes
1
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Yes
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Yes
1

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1

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Yes

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1

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Yes

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2rf+2hs 2100
carrier 2

3rf+3hs 2100
carrier 1 carrier 2

0
0
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37
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5
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0
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carrier 3

POWER (W)
20

2
0
6
5
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10
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40

60

354

354

354

0
0
31
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0
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2
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5
0
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30

2
0
6
5
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5
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0
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384
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4
4
1
1
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40
0
0
0
0
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370
370
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200
200
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20
20
12
12
6
6
10
10
0
0
370
370
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32767
32767
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0
1
1
0
0
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508927
310272
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4
24
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0
6
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21
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21
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4
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LTE InterwoMBLB
10762

10712

10737 U9

0
0
31
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0
31
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