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Problem MO Calss Parameter Name Value


UL Power Congestion UCELLLDR ULLDRBERATEREDUCTIONRABNUM 1
UL Power Congestion UCELLLDR ULCSINTERRATSHOULDBEHOUENUM 3
UL Power Congestion UCELLLDM ULLDRTRIGTHD 55
UL Power Congestion UCELLLDM ULLDRRELTHD 45
UL Power Congestion UCELLCAC ULTOTALEQUSERNUM 150
UL CE CONGESTION UCELLCAC MAXHSUPAUSERNUM 30
UL CE CONGESTION UCELLCAC ULHOCERESVSF SF16
UL CE CONGESTION UCELLCAC DLHOCECODERESVSF SF32
UL CE CONGESTION UCELLHSDPA HSPDSCHMAXCODENUM 15
Soft HandOver Overhead UINTRAFREQHO INTRARELTHDFOR1BCSVP 12
Soft HandOver Overhead UINTRAFREQHO INTRARELTHDFOR1BCSNVP 12
Soft HandOver Overhead UINTRAFREQHO INTRARELTHDFOR1BPS 12
Soft HandOver Overhead UINTRAFREQHO 1B Trigtime 320
Soft HandOver UINTRAFREQHO 1A trig THD 320
Soft HandOver UINTRAFREQHO INTRARELTHDFOR1ACSVP 6
Soft HandOver UINTRAFREQHO INTRARELTHDFOR1ACSNVP 6
Soft HandOver UINTRAFREQHO INTRARELTHDFOR1APS 6
PDP Active Time URRCTRLSWITCH ImprovementSwitch XX
I-RAT HO UINTERRATHOCOV INTERRATCSTHD2DECN0 XX
I-RAT HO UINTERRATHOCOV INTERRATCSTHD2FECN0 XX
I-RAT UINTERRATHOCOV INTERRATPHYCHFAILNUM 3
I-RAT UINTERRATHOCOV PENALTYTIMEFORPHYCHFAIL 30
I-RAT UINTERRATHOCOV TARGETRATCSTHD 16
Inter Freq HO UINTERRATHOCOV InterfreqCSThd2DEcN0 XX
Inter Freq HO UINTERRATHOCOV InterfreqCSThd2DEcRSCP XX
Inter Freq HO UINTERRATHOCOV InterfreqCSThd2FEcN0 XX
Inter Freq HO UINTERRATHOCOV InterfreqCSThd2FEcRSCP XX
HUSPA Throughput Optimization UCELLCAC BGNOptSwitch OFF
HUSPA Throughput Optimization UCELLCAC BGNULLoadThd XX
HSUPA User Congestion UCELLCAC MAXHSUPAUSERNUM 30
HSDPA User Congestion UCELLCAC MAXHSDPAUSERNUM 64
Fast HO UINTERFREQNCELL CIO Offset 0
DL Power congestion MOD UCELL MaxTransmitPowerofCell 430
DL Power congestion UCELLCAC DLCELLTOTALTHD 90
DL Power congestion UCELLCAC DLCONVAMRTHD 80
DL Power congestion UCELLCAC DLCONVNONAMRTHD 80
DL Power congestion UCELLCAC DLHOTHD 85
DL Power congestion UCELLCAC DLOTHERTHD 75
DL Power Congestion UCELLLDR MAXUSERNUMCODEADJ 1
DL Power Congestion UCELLLDM DLLDRTRIGTHD 70
DL Power Congestion UCELLLDM DLLDRRELTHD 60
DL Power Congestion UCELLLDR DLLDRBERATEREDUCTIONRABNUM 1
DL Power Congestion UCELLLDR DLCSINTERRATSHOULDBEHOUENUM 3
Code Congestion UCELLHSDPA HSPDSCHMAXCODENUM 15
Code Congestion UCELLHSDPA HSPDSCHMINCODENUM 5
Code Congestion UCELLHSDPA HSSCCHCODENUM 4
Cell Reselction UCELLSELRESEL Sintrasearch XX
Cell Reselction UCELLSELRESEL Sintersearch XX
Cell Reselction UCELLSELRESEL Ssearchrat XX
CDR/CS-PS UCELLSETUP NINSYNCIND 5
CDR/CS-PS USTATETIMER HOPHYCHRECFGTMR 6000
CDR/CS-PS USTATETIMER RBRECFGRSPTMR 6000
CDR/CS-PS ADD UCELLRLPWR RLMAXDLPWR 0
Recommend Value

10
10
35
25
200
20
SF32
SF128
10
10
10
10
200 will help to trigger & release LDR easily
200 will help to trigger & release LDR easily
4
4
4
DELAY_SEND_MEACTRL_SWITCH-1
-14
-12
2
60
26
-14
-95
-12
-90
ON
10
40
96
5
460
95
90
90
93
85
3
50
30
10
10
10
1
1
4
3
1
2
1000 MOD UCELLCAC:CELLID=XXX, BGNOptSwitch = ON, BGNULLoadThd =10;
1000 MOD UCELLCAC:CELLID=XXX, BGNOptSwitch = ON, BGNULLoadThd =10;
20 ( It will reduce PDP active time by first send PDP ACTIVE ACCEPT then MC)
GNULLoadThd =10;
GNULLoadThd =10;
VE ACCEPT then MC)
SET UCORRMALGOSWITCH
SET UCORRMALGOSWITCH
SET UFRC
SET URRCTRLSWITCH
SET UEDCHTTIRECFG
MOD UTYPRABHSUPAPC
4 CE Overbooking
Generally, the RNC reserves a certain amount of credit resources for each admitted UE. To ensure HSUPA user satisfactio
To increase the CE usage on the NodeB side and enhance the RNC's capability to perform admission control based on cr
With this feature, the NodeB calculates the actual credit resource usage of admitted UEs based on traffic volume and repo
For the detailed description of CE overbooking, see the CE Overbooking Feature Parameter Description.
3.5 Admission-CE-based Dynamic TTI Adjustment
As defined in 3GPP specifications, the minimum SF corresponding to an HSUPA UE with 2 ms TTI is SF4. One HSUPA U
To prevent this problem, Huawei introduced Admission-CE-based dynamic TTI adjustment. With this function, when the No
For the detailed description of this function, see the HSUPA TTI Selection Feature Parameter Description.
3.6 Dynamic CE Resource Management for HSUPA
Although HSUPA improves user experience and increases UL throughput, it greatly increases the consumption of CE reso
Dynamic CE resource management for HSUPA services was therefore introduced. With the dynamic allocation, the NodeB
For the detailed description of dynamic CE resource management, see the HSUPA Feature Parameter Description.
ensure HSUPA user satisfaction, the RNC reserves more credit resources for HSUPA UEs with a 2 ms TTI. When the total amount o
admission control based on credit resource usage, you can use the CE Overbooking feature.
ased on traffic volume and reports the actual credit resource usage to the RNC through a private interface. The RNC then performs ad

ms TTI is SF4. One HSUPA UE with 2 ms TTI therefore consumes a minimum of eight UL CEs. Because HSUPA UEs with 2 ms TTI
With this function, when the NodeB credit resources are insufficient, the 2 ms TTI is switched to the 10 ms TTI to allow more UEs to a

es the consumption of CE resources due to the use of hybrid automatic repeat request (HARQ) and support for soft handovers. If CE
e dynamic allocation, the NodeB performs initial CE allocation based on the GBR of a UE. Then the NodeB periodically adjusts CE res
ameter Description.
s TTI. When the total amount of reserved credit resources exceeds a specified threshold, the RNC rejects new UE access attempts. H

ace. The RNC then performs admission control on new UEs based on the reported credit resource usage.

use HSUPA UEs with 2 ms TTI outperform HSUPA UEs with 10 ms TTI, they need to consume more CEs than the HSUPA UEs with 1
0 ms TTI to allow more UEs to access the network. When the throughput of the 10 ms TTI HSUPA UE reaches a certain threshold, the

upport for soft handovers. If CE resources are allocated fixedly based on the MBR when radio links are being set up, CE resources wil
deB periodically adjusts CE resources allocated to UEs based on information such as the user priority and actual rate.
cts new UE access attempts. However, the actual CE usage of the NodeB is low. This is because in most cases, uplink throughput is

Es than the HSUPA UEs with 10 ms TTI. If HSUPA UEs with 2 ms TTI dominate a cell, fewer UEs can be admitted to the cell.
eaches a certain threshold, the 10 ms TTI needs to be switched to 2 ms TTI to achieve higher peak rates.

being set up, CE resources will not be taken back even if the actual service rate is much lower than the MBR. Fixed allocation of CE
and actual rate.
ost cases, uplink throughput is low due to the high penetration rate of smart phones.

be admitted to the cell.

e MBR. Fixed allocation of CE resources wastes CEs and easily causes a bottleneck in HSUPA performance. A more energy-saving a
mance. A more energy-saving and efficient allocation method is required.