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BSPAMFRAMS: Multi-Frames in a Cycle on the Paging CH

(số Paging sub channel cấu hình)
Command: LST GCELLIDLEBASIC
Meaning: Number of multiframes in a cycle on a paging sub-channel. In fact, this parameter
specifies the number of paging sub-channels that a paging channel in a cell is divided into.
In an actual network, an MS does not listen to other paging sub-channels but its belonging
paging sub-channel only. Refer to GSM Rec. 05.02 and GSM Rec. 05.08. The larger the value of
this parameter, the more the number of the paging sub-channels in a cell, and the fewer the
number of the users belonging to each paging sub-channel. In this case, the mean uptime of the
MS battery can be prolonged. Refer to the computing mode of paging group in GSM 05.02 of
GSM Standards. The larger the value of this parameter, however, the larger the time delay of a
paging message in a space segment. Thus, the average service performance of the system lowers.
Based on the principle of ensuring that overload does not occur to paging channels, you must set
this parameter to a value as small as possible. You must regularly measure the overload
conditions of the paging channels in a running network and accordingly adjust the value of this
parameter properly. A paging message in a location area must be sent in all the cells within this
location area at the same time. Therefore, the capacity of a paging channel of each cell in a
location area must be the same or nearly the same. The capacity refers to the calculated number
of paging sub-channels of each cell.
GUI Value Range: 2_M_PERIOD(2 Multiframe Period), 3_M_PERIOD(3 Multiframe Period),
4_M_PERIOD(4 Multiframe Period), 5_M_PERIOD(5 Multiframe Period), 6_M_PERIOD(6
Multiframe Period), 7_M_PERIOD(7 Multiframe Period), 8_M_PERIOD(8 Multiframe Period),
9_M_PERIOD(9 Multiframe Period)
Unit: 470ms
Actual Value Range: 940~4230
MML Default Value: None
Recommended Value: 2_M_PERIOD
Parameter Relationship: None
Service Interrupted After Modification : No (No impact on the UE in idle mode)
Impact on Network Performance: If this parameter is set to a greater value, the number of
paging subchannels in a cell increases and the number of MSs on each paging subchannel
decreases. This can prolong the average service life of MS batteries but increase the delay of
paging messages and degrade the system performance.

BSAGBLKSRES: CCCH Blocks Reserved for AGCH (chỉ ra
số CCCH message blocks dùng cho AGCH)
Command: LST GCELLIDLEBASIC
Meaning: BS-AG-BLKS-RES, indicating the number of the CCCH message blocks reserved for
the AGCH. After the CCCHs are configured, the value of this parameter indicates the actual
seizure rates of the AGCHs and the PCHs over the CCCHs.
GUI Value Range: 0~7
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~7
MML Default Value: None
Recommended Value: 1
Parameter Relationship: None
Service Interrupted After Modification : No (No impact on the UE in idle mode)
Impact on Network Performance: The setting of this parameter may affect the MS paging
response and performance of the system. A greater value may decrease the number of paging
blocks, paging capacity, and paging success rate.
Tips: When the channel combination of the cell is fixed, the parameter AG adjusts the ratio of
AGCH and PCH in CCCH. When the PCH is idle, it can send immediate assignment messages.
The AGCH does not transmit paging messages. Equipment operators can balance AGCH and
PCH by adjusting AG, with the following principles.
The principle for AG value is that based on no overload of AGCH, you must reduce the
parameter to shorten the time for MS to respond to paging, and to improve system service
performance. When the immediate assignment messages are superior to paging messages to be
sent, configure AG to 0.
The value of AG is recommended as follows:
 AG is 1 when the CCCH and SDCCH share a physical channel.
 AG is 2 or 3 in other situations.

In network operation, take statistics of overload situations of AGCH and adjust AG accordingly.
By default the immediate assignment messages are superior to paging messages to be sent in the
network, so you need not reserve a channel for immediate assignment messages. In this situation,
configure AG to 0.

RXMIN: Minimum Access RXLEV

Minimum
Access
RXLEV

Meaning: Minimum received signal level of the MS. This level is reported in
the system information. This parameter specifies the minimum receive level of
an MS to access the BSS. For details. see GSM Rec. 05.08. The value of this
parameter ranges from 0 to 63 (corresponding to -110 dBm to -47 dBm).
GUI Value Range: 0~63
Unit: dB
Actual Value Range: 0~63
MML Default Value: None
Recommended Value: 8
Parameter Relationship: None
Service Interrupted After Modification : No (No impact on the UE in idle mode)
Impact on Network Performance: If this parameter is set to a greater value,
the call drop rate decreases but the traffic volume and paging success rate are
affected.

RLT: Radio Link Timeout
Radio
Link
Timeout

Meaning: Time for disconnecting a call when the MS fails to decode the SACCH.
Once a dedicated channel is assigned to the MS, the counter S is enabled and the

initial value is set to this parameter value.
Each time an SACCH message is not decoded, the counter S decreases by 1. Each
time an SACCH message is correctly decoded, the counter S increases by 2. When
the counter S is equal to 0, the downlink radio link is considered as failed.
Therefore, when the voice or data quality is degraded to an unacceptable situation
and it cannot be improved through power control or channel handover, the
connection is to be re-established or released.
GUI Value Range: 4_Times, 8_Times, 12_Times, 16_Times, 20_Times, 24_Times,
28_Times, 32_Times, 36_Times, 40_Times, 44_Times, 48_Times, 52_Times,
56_Times, 60_Times, 64_Times
Unit: 480ms
Actual Value Range: 1920~30720
MML Default Value: None
Recommended Value: 52_Times
Parameter Relationship: None
Service Interrupted After Modification : No (No impact on the UE in idle mode)
Impact on Network Performance: If this parameter is set to a smaller value, the
radio link is vulnerable to failure, thus call drops are likely to occur. If this
parameter is set to a greater value, the MS may not release the connection for a
long time, thus decreasing the resource usage. The parameter is valid in the
downlink.

Recommended Value: In the areas where the traffic volume is low, such as rural areas, this parameter
should range from 52 to 64.