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Logical Name GUI Name


Object
URncInfo amrBadCovSwh AMR Initial Date Rate Decreasing in Bad Coverage Switch

ULogicalRnc amrRncAdjust AMR Rate Adjustment Switch for RNC

ULogicalRnc amrWbMode0UseTag AMR_WB 6.60k Use Tag

ULogicalRnc amrWbMode1UseTag AMR_WB 8.85k Use Tag

ULogicalRnc amrWbMode2UseTag AMR_WB 12.65k Use Tag

ULogicalRnc amrWbMode3UseTag AMR_WB 14.25k Use Tag

ULogicalRnc amrWbMode4UseTag AMR_WB 15.85k Use Tag

ULogicalRnc amrWbMode5UseTag AMR_WB 18.25k Use Tag

ULogicalRnc amrWbMode6UseTag AMR_WB 19.85k Use Tag

ULogicalRnc amrWbMode7UseTag AMR_WB 23.05k Use Tag

ULogicalRnc amrWbMode8UseTag AMR_WB 23.85k Use Tag

ULogicalRnc wAmrInitialRate Wide-Band AMR Initial Data Rate for High Cell Load

ULogicalRnc wAmrSupInd WB-AMR Speech Support Indicator

ULogicalRnc amrIfHoSw AMR Inter Frequency Handover Switch

ULogicalRnc amrRatHoSw AMR Inter Rat Handover Switch

UGloAc forcQueSwiAMR Forced Queue Switch for AMR Service

UCelInfoFDD amrDlLdThrd Cell Downlink Load Threshold for AMR Data Rate Decision

UCelInfoFDD amrUlLdThrd Cell Uplink Load Threshold for AMR Data Rate Decision

UCelInfoFDD badCovEcN0 P-CPICH Ec/No Threshold to Decrease AMR Initial Access Rate

USrvBasedHo srvHoIndAmr Service Handover Strategy Indicator(AMR)

USrvBasedHo amrSrvHoStra Service Handover Strategy of RNC for AMR

UMR amrBlerEvtSw AMR Bler Event Measurement Switch

UMR amrBlerTotalCrc AMR Bler Event Measurement Total CRC Number

UMR amrBleErrCrc AMR Bler Event Measurement Error CRC Number


AMR Bler Event Measurement Pending After Trigger CRC
UMR amrBlerPat
Number
Parameter Description
This parameter indicates whether to reduce the AMR initial data rate in poor coverage areas.
If this parameter is set to "Supported", the RNC reduces the maximum AMR service rate to improve the link quality in poor coverage areas.
This parameter indicates whether AMR rate adjustment is supported in the RNC.

This parameter indicates whether the RNC supports AMR-WB 6.60 kbps in Iu UP version 1. It is used in the user plane initialization process of RAB estab

This parameter indicates whether the RNC supports AMR-WB 8.85 kbps in Iu UP version 1. It is used in the user plane initialization process of RAB estab

This parameter indicates whether the RNC supports AMR-WB 12.65 kbps in Iu UP version 1. It is used in the user plane initialization process of RAB esta

This parameter indicates whether the RNC supports AMR-WB 14.25 kbps in Iu UP version 1. It is used in the user plane initialization process of RAB esta

This parameter indicates whether the RNC supports AMR-WB 15.85 kbps in Iu UP version 1. It is used in the user plane initialization process of RAB esta

This parameter indicates whether the RNC supports AMR-WB 18.25 kbps in Iu UP version 1. It is used in the user plane initialization process of RAB esta

This parameter indicates whether the RNC supports AMR-WB 19.85 kbps in Iu UP version 1. It is used in the user plane initialization process of RAB esta

This parameter indicates whether the RNC supports AMR-WB 23.05 kbps in Iu UP version 1. It is used in the user plane initialization process of RAB esta

This parameter indicates whether the RNC supports AMR-WB 23.85 kbps in Iu UP version 1. It is used in the user plane initialization process of RAB esta
This parameter is used to determine the initial AMR service rate for accessing wide-band AMR services when the cell load is high. When the cell effective
AmrDlLdThrd or the effective uplink load is larger than AmrUlLdThrd, the new wide-band AMR will be accessed with the discounting data rate of WAmrInit
This parameter indicates whether the RNC supports WB-AMR Speech.

This parameter indicates whether an inter-frequency AMR handover is allowed or not.

This parameter indicates whether an inter-RAT AMR handover is allowed or not.


This parameter indicates the forced queue switch for AMR services. In the condition that there is no queue information or the assigned RAB has no queue
information, if the forced queue switch is set to "On", this AMR service has the queue ability. If the forced queue switch is set to " Off", this AMR service ha
This parameter is the percentage of the maximum transmitted power relative to the cell downlink, and is used to decide the initial rate for accessing the AM
downlink cell is larger than this threshold, the new AMR will be accessed with a discount.
This parameter is relative to the offset (dB) of the cell uplink background noise and is used to decide the initial AMR data rate. When the effective load of t
threshold, the new AMR will be accessed with a discount.
This parameter indicates whether to reduce the initial AMR data rate.
This parameter indicates the AMR service handover policy controlled by the RNC.
If the UE reported best cell CPICH Ec/No is smaller or equal to the threshold, the newly admitted AMR services are created with smaller initial data rate.
If the bit is set to 0, the RNC will ignore "service handover IE" in the requested RAB, and perform a corresponding policy based on the service property va
If the bit is set to 1, and "service handover IE" is not included in the requested RAB, the RNC will also perform a policy based on the service property valu
RNCparameter
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based
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the value
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of "service
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If ServHoInd
requestedBit0
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requested RAB, and perform a corresponding policy based on AmrServHoStra. If ServHoInd Bit0 is set to " Apply service handover IE" and "service hando
RAB, the RNC will also perform a policy based on AmrServHoStra. Otherwise the RNC will perform a policy based on the value of "service handover IE" in
This parameter indicates the switch for AMR BLER event (5A) measurement.
If it is set to "1" (On), an RNC is allowed to enable AMR service BLER event measurement.
If it is set to "0" (Off), an RNC is not allowed to enable AMR service BLER event measurement.
This parameter indicates the total number of CRCs in AMR BLER event measurement. The total number of CRCs is the length of the sliding window in wh
counted. For more details, refer to section 25.331 14.5.2.1.
This parameter indicates the number of error CRCs in AMR BLER event measurement. A UE triggers event reporting if the number of error CRCs is great
refer to section 25.331 14.5.2.1.
This parameter indicates the number of pending-after-trigger CRCs in AMR BLER event measurement. Pending-after-trigger CRC means that a new even
after trigger" CRCs have been received. For more details, refer to section 25.331 14.5.2.1.
Value Range and Default
Instance
Step Value
0: Not Supported,
UTRAN Cell 0
1: Supported
0: Off
RNC and PLMN 0
1: On
0: Not Used
RNC and PLMN 1
1: Used
0: Not Used
RNC and PLMN 1
1: Used
0: Not Used
RNC and PLMN 1
1: Used
0: Not Used
RNC and PLMN 0
1: Used
0: Not Used
RNC and PLMN 0
1: Used
0: Not Used
RNC and PLMN 0
1: Used
0: Not Used
RNC and PLMN 0
1: Used
0: Not Used
RNC and PLMN 0: 6.60 kbps 0
1: Used
1: 8.85 kbps
0: Not Used
RNC and PLMN 2: 12.65 kbps 0
1: Used
3: 14.25 kbps
RNC and PLMN 4: 15.85 kbps 4
0: Not Supported
5: 18.25 kbps
1: Supported
RNC 6: 19.85 kbps 0
7: 23.05 kbps
0: Off
RNC 8: 23.85 kbps 1
1: On
0: Off
RNC 1
1: On
0: Off
RNC 1
1: On
(1..100)%, step
UTRAN Cell 50
1%
(0..62)dB, step
UTRAN Cell 60
0.1dB
0: Ignore service
(-24..0)dB, step
UTRAN Cell handover IE for -12
1dB
AMR
0: should
service
be
RNC 1: Apply service
performed 1
handover
1: should not
IE for
be
RNC AMR service
performed 1
2: shall not be
performed
0: Off
RNC 0
1: On

RNC 1..512 128

RNC 1..512 16

RNC 1..512 32