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1. What are the WMRR values corresponding to BIN value?

Results and Counters

Measurement results are stored in up to 12 pdf counter distributions per cell. These
counters are written in ROP files in XML format as any other counter, but are only active
while a RES recording is active. Each of these pdf counters or histograms has a resolution
of 18 subfields, and the subfields for different measurement quantities are defined below.
These subfields count the number of samples in the cell for each interval. Each of these
12 pdf counters is general and can contain measurement results for any service and any
measurement quantity. What each pdf counter contains is defined when a recording is
setup.

The first subfield is used to store the recorded service and measurement quantity
according to the formula pmResX[0] = 256 * service + measurement quantity.

The service variable is coded as follows: 0=NOT_ACTIVE 1=SPEECH12200 2=VIDEO


4=PSINTDCHDCH 7=PSINTDCHHS 9=AMR7950 10=AMR5900 11=AMR4750
12=AMRWB 16=PSINTEULHS 17=PSSTRDCHHS 19=PSSTRDCHDCH
20=SPEECH12200_ALL 21=AMRWB_ALL 22=CSSTREAMING
23=PSSTRDCHHS_ALL 24=AMRNBMM 25=AMRNBMM_ALL

The measurement quantity variable is coded as follows: 0 = not active, 1 = DL BLER, 2


= UL BLER, 3 = UE Tx power, 4 = CPICH Ec/No, 5 = CPICH RSCP.

UL and DL BLER measurements: Counters are stepped for Best cell, pmResx[y], where
x is the RES measurement number (1-12) and y is defined as follows. Unit of
measurement for BLER is percent.

pmResX[0] = 256 * service + 1(DL BLER) or + 2(UL BLER)


pmResX[1] 0<= BLER < 0.5
pmResX[2] 0.5<= BLER < 1
pmResX[3] 1<= BLER < 1.5
pmResX[4] 1.5<= BLER < 2
pmResX[5] 2<= BLER < 2.5
pmResX[6] 2.5< = BLER < 3
pmResX[7] 3<= BLER < 3.5
pmResX[8] 3.5<= BLER < 4
pmResX[9] 4<= BLER < 4.5
pmResX[10] 4.5<= BLER < 5
pmResX[11] 5 <= BLER < 6
pmResX[12] 6 <= BLER < 7
pmResX[13] 7<= BLER < 8
pmResX[14] 8<= BLER < 9
pmResX [15] 9<= BLER < 10
pmResX[16] 10<= BLER < 15
pmResX[17] 15<= BLER < 20
pmResX[18] 20<= BLER

UE Tx power measurement: Counters are stepped for Best cell, pmResx[y], where x is
the RES measurement number (1-12) and y is defined as follows. Unit of measurement
for UE Tx power is dBm.

pmResX[0] = 256 * service + 3


pmResX[1] 50<= UE Tx power< 20
pmResX[2] 20<= UE Tx power< 16
pmResX[3] 16<= UE Tx power < 12
pmResX[4] 12<= UE Tx power < 8
pmResX[5] 8<= UE Tx power < 4
pmResX[6] 4<= UE Tx power < 0
pmResX[7] 0<= UE Tx power < 4
pmResX[8] 4<= UE Tx power < 8
pmResX[9] 8<= UE Tx power < 12
pmResX[10] 12<= UE Tx power < 16
pmResX[11] 16<= UE Tx power < 20
pmResX[12] 20<= UE Tx power < 24
pmResX[13] 24<= UE Tx power < 28
pmResX[14] 28<= UE Tx power

CPICH Ec/No measurements: Counters are stepped for all cells in active set (or active,
monitored and detected set if either this measurement is activated for
UETR/UERTT/CTR at the same time or RES positioning is ON), pmResx[y], where x is
the RES measurement number (1-12) and y is defined as follows. Unit of measurement
for CPICH Ec/No is dB.

pmResX[0] = 256 * service + 4


pmResX[1] CPICH Ec/No < 22
pmResX[2] 22<= CPICH Ec/No <20
pmResX[3] 20<= CPICH Ec/No < 18
pmResX[4] 18<= CPICH Ec/No < 16
pmResX[5] 16<= CPICH Ec/No < 14
pmResX[6] 14<= CPICH Ec/No < 12
pmResX[7] 12<= CPICH Ec/No< 10
pmResX[8] 10<= CPICH Ec/No < 8
pmResX[9] 8<= CPICH Ec/No < 6
pmResX[10] 6<= CPICH Ec/No < 4
pmResX[11] 4<= CPICH Ec/No < 2
pmResX[12] 2<= CPICH Ec/No< 0

CPICH RSCP measurements: Counters are stepped for all cells in active set (or active,
monitored and detected set if this measurement is activated for UETR/UERTT/CTR at the
same time or RES positioning is ON), pmResx[y], where x is the RES measurement number
(1-12) and y is defined as follows. Unit of measurement for CPICH RSCP is dBm.

pmResX[0] = 256 * service + 5


pmResX[1] CPICH RSCP < 115
pmResX[2] 115<= CPICH RSCP <111
pmResX[3] 111<= CPICH RSCP < 107
pmResX[4] 107<= CPICH RSCP < 103
pmResX[5] 103<= CPICH RSCP < 99
pmResX[6] 99<= CPICH RSCP < 95
pmResX[7] 95<= CPICH RSCP< 91
pmResX[8] 91<= CPICH RSCP < 87
pmResX[9] 87<= CPICH RSCP < 83
pmResX[10] 83<= CPICH RSCP < 79
pmResX[11] 79<= CPICH RSCP < 75
pmResX[12] 75<= CPICH RSCP< 71
pmResX[13] 71<= CPICH RSCP < 67
pmResX[14] 67<= CPICH RSCP < 63
pmResX[15] 63<= CPICH RSCP < 59
pmResX[16] 59<= CPICH RSCP < 55
pmResX[17] 55<= CPICH RSCP