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Call Admission Control


Contents
3.4.2 Call Admission Control

WCDMA RAN
Call Admission Control Feature Parameter Description
Issue

01

Date

2014-04-30

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3.4.2 Contents

1 About This Document


1.1 Scope
1.2 Intended Audience
1.3 Change History
1.4 Differences Between Base Station Types
2 Overview
2.1 CAC Policy
2.1.1 System Resources
2.1.2 Resource Requests
2.1.3 Channels
2.1.4 Service Priorities
2.2 CAC Procedure
3 NodeB Credit Resource-based CAC
3.1 NodeB Credit Resources
3.2 Admission on RNC
3.2.1 Calculation of the Remaining NodeB Credit Resources on the RNC Side
3.2.2 Admission Decisions on RRC Connection Setup Requests
3.2.3 Admission Decisions on Other Resource Requests
3.3 Admission on NodeB
4 Iub Transmission Resource-based CAC
5 Cell Code Resource-based CAC
5.1 Admission Decisions on RRC Connection Setup Requests
5.2 Admission Decisions on Other Resource Requests

6 CAC Based on the Number of HSPA Users


6.1 CAC for HSDPA Users
6.2 CAC for HSUPA Users
7 Cell Power Resource-based CAC
7.1 Overview
7.2 Admission Control Algorithm 1
7.2.1 Uplink Admission Control Algorithm 1
7.2.2 Downlink Admission Control Algorithm 1
7.3 Admission Control Algorithm 2
7.3.1 ENU
7.3.2 Uplink Admission Control Algorithm 2
7.3.3 Downlink Admission Control Algorithm 2
7.4 Admission Control Algorithm 3
7.5 Admission Control Algorithm 4
8 Common Channel Admission
8.1 CAC on Traditional Common Channels
8.1.1 CAC for Users on the FACH
8.1.2 Reserved Resources for Traditional Common Channels
8.2 CAC on the E-FACH or E-RACH
8.2.1 CAC Based on Iub Transmission Resources
8.2.2 CAC Based on the Number of E-FACH and E-RACH Users
8.2.3 CAC Based on Power Resources
9 Follow-up Processing in the Case of Admission Failures

10 Engineering Guidelines
10.1 WRFD-020101 Admission Control
10.1.1 Feature Deployment
10.1.1.1 Requirements
10.1.1.2 Activation
10.1.1.2.1 Using MML Commands
10.1.1.2.2 MML Command Examples
10.1.1.2.3 Using the CME
10.1.1.3 Activation Observation
10.1.1.4 Deactivation
10.1.1.4.1 Using MML Commands
10.1.1.4.2 MML Command Examples
10.1.1.4.3 Using the CME
10.1.2 Performance Monitoring
10.1.3 Parameter Optimization
10.2 WRFD-01061003 HSDPA Admission Control
10.2.1 Feature Deployment
10.2.1.1 Requirements
10.2.1.2 Activation
10.2.1.2.1 Using MML Commands
10.2.1.2.2 MML Command Examples
10.2.1.2.3 Using the CME
10.2.1.3 Activation Observation

10.2.1.4 Deactivation
10.2.2 Performance Monitoring
10.2.3 Parameter Optimization
10.3 WRFD-01061202 HSUPA Admission Control
10.3.1 Feature Deployment
10.3.1.1 Requirements
10.3.1.2 Activation
10.3.1.2.1 Using MML Commands
10.3.1.2.2 MML Command Examples
10.3.1.2.3 Using the CME
10.3.1.3 Activation Observation
10.3.1.4 Deactivation
10.3.2 Performance Monitoring
10.3.3 Parameter Optimization
11 Parameters
12 Counters
13 Glossary
14 Reference Documents

1 About This Document


1.1 Scope
This document describes Call Admission Control (CAC), including its technical principles and
engineering guidelines. This document covers the following features:

WRFD-020101 Admission Control


WRFD-01061003 HSDPA Admission Control

WRFD-01061202 HSUPA Admission Control

This document applies to the following NE types.


NE Type
RNC
NodeB

NE Model
BSC6900, BSC6910

Macro

3900 series macro base stations: BTS3900, BTS3900A,


BTS3900L, BTS3900AL, DBS3900, BTS3900C
3800 series macro base stations: DBS3800, BTS3812E,
BTS3812AE

Micro

BTS3803E, BTS3902E

LampSite

DBS3900 LampSite

1.2 Intended Audience


This document is intended for personnel who:

Need to understand the features described herein


Work with Huawei products

1.3 Change History


This section provides information about the changes in different document versions. There are
two types of changes, which are defined as follows:

Feature change
Changes in features of a specific product version

Editorial change
Changes in wording or addition of information that was not described in the earlier
version

RAN16.0 01 (2014-04-30)
This issue does not include any changes.

RAN16.0 Draft B (2014-02-28)


This issue includes the following changes.

Change Type

Change Description

Parameter Change

Feature change

None

None

Editorial change

For details about feature


None
support and function
implementation differences
between base station types, see
1.4 Differences Between Base
Station Types.

RAN16.0 Draft A (2014-01-20)


Compared with Issue 04 (2013-12-30) of RAN15.0, Draft A (2014-01-20) of RAN16.0 includes
the following changes.
Change
Type
Feature
change

Change Description

Parameter Change

Added descriptions
Added the following parameters:
about the principles of
the Dynamic
NBMCacAlgoSwitch2(BSC6900,BSC6910)
Adjustment of Total UL
RoTControlTarget(BSC6900,BSC6910)
ENU based on the
RTWP function and the
corresponding
engineering guidelines.
For details, see the
following sections:

7.3.1 ENU
10.1 WRFD020101
Admission
Control

Editorial Added descriptions


None
change about the methods of
performance monitoring
and parameter
optimization for related
features in chapter 10
Engineering Guidelines.

1.4 Differences Between Base Station Types

Feature Support by Macro, Micro, and LampSite Base Stations


Feature
ID

Descriptio Supported by
Supported by
Supported by
n
Controller(Y/N/NA Macro(Y/N/NA Micro(Y/N/NA)
)
)
BSC690 BSC691
0
0

WRFD020101

BTS3803
E

BTS3902
E

LampSit
e

Admission Y
Control

WRFD- HSDPA
Y
0106100 Admission
3
Control

WRFD- HSUPA
Y
0106120 Admission
2
Control

NOTE:
Y indicates that a feature is supported; N indicates that a feature is not supported; NA indicates
that an NE is not involved, that is, a feature does not require the support of the NE.

Function Implementation in Macro, Micro, and LampSite Base Stations


Function

Difference

NodeB credit resource-based


CAC at the LCG level

Micro base stations do not support this function.

NodeB credit resource-based


CAC at the board level

Micro base stations do not support this function.

2 Overview
Call Admission Control (CAC) is used to determine whether system resources in a cell are
sufficient to accept a service request. The service request will be rejected if the system resources
are insufficient. System resources include NodeB credit resources, Iub transmission resources,
cell code resources, cell power resources, and the number of HSPA users.
The RNC triggers CAC upon receipt of a service request such as service setup, service change,
handover, and cell update. When CAC is being implemented, the RNC also considers the cell
load reported by the load measurement module.

CAC aims to increase the use of system resources and guarantee the quality of service (QoS) for
existing users.
NOTE:
For details about cell load measurements, see Load Control Feature Parameter Description.

2.1 CAC Policy


The RNC implements differentiated CAC based on system resources, resource requests, channels,
and service priorities.

2.1.1 System Resources


The system resources involved in CAC are as follows:

NodeB credit resources


Iub transmission resources
Cell code resources
Number of users, including HSDPA/HSUPA and E-FACH/E-RACH users

Cell power resources

The RNC implements differentiated CAC based on system resources requested by users.

2.1.2 Resource Requests


The resource requests involved in CAC are as follows:

Cell updates

Service setup: new radio resource control (RRC) setup and radio access bearer (RAB)
setup
Service change: RAB reconfiguration and service rate increase or decrease
Handovers: soft handovers, hard handovers, inter-RAT incoming handovers, and circuit
switched fallback (CSFB)

State transitions: P2D, F2D, and D2D transitions

NOTE:
For details about state transitions of UEs, see State Transition Feature Parameter Description.
P2D is short for a state transition from CELL_PCH/URA_PCH to CELL_DCH, F2D for
CELL_FACH to CELL_DCH, and D2D for CELL_DCH to CELL_DCH.

The CAC policies based on resource requests are as follows:

For service rate decrease requests, admission succeeds since some system resources are
released.
For service setup requests, admission is implemented in the RRC connection setup phase
and RAB setup phase in sequence. In the RRC connection setup phase, admission is
implemented based on the system resources requested by signaling radio bearers (SRBs).
In the RAB setup phase, admission is implemented based on the system resources
requested by SRBs and traffic radio bearers (TRBs) in total.
For other service requests, admission is implemented based on the system resources
requested by SRBs and TRBs in total.

NOTE:
This document separately describes admission decisions on RRC connection setup requests and
other resource requests. For details, see 3 NodeB Credit Resource-based CAC, 5 Cell Code
Resource-based CAC, and 7 Cell Power Resource-based CAC. Admission decision in the RAB
setup phase is included in other resource requests.

2.1.3 Channels
The amount of consumed resources is channel-specific, and therefore the RNC implements
differentiated CAC based on channels.
Dedicated Channels
Generally, users consume more resources on dedicated channels than they do on common
channels. Therefore, CAC focuses on service requests on DCH channels and HSPA channels,
which will be described in the corresponding chapters.
Common Channels
Users consume relatively smaller amount of resources on common channels. Therefore, the RNC
reserves some resources for certain common channels and does not implement CAC for specific
requests.
For details about the CAC policy on common channels, see 8 Common Channel Admission.

2.1.4 Service Priorities


The RNC implements differentiated CAC for resource requests other than RRC during NodeB
credit resource-based, cell code resource-based, and power resource-based admissions as follows:

The RNC preferentially admits high-priority service requests such as emergency calls,
detachments, or registrations. For details, see sections 3.2.2 Admission Decisions on
RRC Connection Setup Requests and 7.2 Admission Control Algorithm 1.

The RNC provides differentiated admission thresholds for RRC connection setup
requests due to different causes such as handovers, adaptive multirate (AMR) services,
non-AMR services, and other services because these requests have different QoS
requirements. A special admission threshold is used for handover-related resource
requests and differentiated admission thresholds are used for non-handover-related
resource requests. For details, see the following sections:
o 3.2.3 Admission Decisions on Other Resource Requests
o 5.2 Admission Decisions on Other Resource Requests
o 7.2.1 Uplink Admission Control Algorithm 1
o 7.2.2 Downlink Admission Control Algorithm 1
o 7.3.2 Uplink Admission Control Algorithm 2

This document does not describe admission control for Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service
(MBMS), which is detailed in MBMS Feature Parameter Description.

2.2 CAC Procedure


Figure 2-1shows the basic CAC procedure. If admission succeeds, the RNC admits the service
request. If admission fails, the RNC implements relevant functions to increase the access success
rate, which is described in 9 Follow-up Processing in the Case of Admission Failures.

Figure 2-1 Basic CAC procedure

The following table describes the resource-based CAC methods in Figure 2-1 .
Table 2-1 Resource-based CAC methods
SN

Admission
Control
Method

Applicable
Service

Uplink/Downlink Mandatory/Optional
Decision Criteria

Detailed In

SN

Admission
Control
Method

Applicable
Service

Uplink/Downlink Mandatory/Optional
Decision Criteria

NodeB credit R99, HSDPA,


resourceand HSUPA
based CAC services

Uplink and
downlink

Iub
R99, HSDPA,
transmission and HSUPA
resourceservices
based CAC

Uplink and
downlink

Mandatory

4 Iub
Transmission
Resource-based
CAC

Cell code
resourcebased CAC

R99 services

Downlink

Mandatory

5 Cell Code
Resource-based
CAC

CAC based
on the
number of
HSDPA
users

HSDPA
services

Downlink

Mandatory

6 CAC Based
on the Number
of HSPA Users

CAC based
on the
number of
HSUPA
users

HSUPA
services

Uplink

Mandatory

Cell power
resourcebased CAC

R99, HSDPA,
and HSUPA
services

Uplink and
downlink

Optional

Optional

Detailed In

It is controlled by
switches.

It is controlled by
switches.

3 NodeB Credit
Resource-based
CAC

7 Cell Power
Resource-based
CAC

3 NodeB Credit Resource-based CAC


NodeB credit resource-based CAC applies to R99, HSDPA, and HSUPA services in the uplink
and downlink.

3.1 NodeB Credit Resources


The NodeB credit resource is an RNC-related concept. It is referred to as the channel element
(CE) on the NodeB side, indicating the channel demodulation capability of a NodeB.
New services can be admitted only when there are sufficient NodeB credit resources on the RNC
side and sufficient CE resources on the NodeB side.

CEs are classified into uplink and downlink CEs:

An uplink 12.2 kbit/s voice service (SF = 64) plus 3.4 kbit/s signaling traffic consume
one uplink CE.
A downlink 12.2 kbit/s voice service (SF = 128) plus 3.4 kbit/s signaling traffic consume
one downlink CE.

One CE is required even when the DCH or HSPA channel carries the 3.4 kbit/s signaling traffic.
For details about CEs and number of CEs consumed by different types of service, see CE
Resource Management Feature Parameter Description.

3.2 Admission on RNC


On the RNC side, the NodeB credit resource-based CAC takes effect in a cell only when both the
NODEB_CREDIT_CAC_SWITCH check box under the
CacSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter and the CRD_ADCTRL check box under
the NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter are selected.
The RNC implements NodeB credit resource-based admission control based on the remaining
NodeB credit resources at NodeB, LCG (if any), and LC levels. NodeB credit resource-based
admission succeeds only when the remaining NodeB credit resources at the three levels are
sufficient for the service to be admitted.
Uplink and downlink CEs are independent from each other. Therefore, NodeB credit resourcebased admission control is implemented separately in uplink and downlink with the same
admission criteria.

3.2.1 Calculation of the Remaining NodeB Credit Resources on the RNC Side
CE Capability Reporting
The amount of CEs is calculated at the NodeB level, local cell group (LCG) level (if any), and
local cell (LC) level. The NodeB sends the RNC an AUDIT RESPONSE message to report the
amount of CEs at different levels. Before reporting the amount of CEs at different levels, the
NodeB considers the amount of physical and licensed CEs. Table 3-1 provides the meaning of
CEs at different levels.
NOTE:
A group of local cells are configured to form an LCG. If no LCGs are configured on the NodeB,
the NodeB does not report the amount of LCG-level CEs to the RNC.
Table 3-1 Meaning of CEs at different levels
CE

Meaning

CE

Meaning

NodeB-level CEs

The NodeB-level CEs are the licensed CEs of the NodeB.

LCG-level CEs

In the uplink, the LCG-level CEs are the LCG-level physical CEs. In the
downlink, the LCG-level CEs are the sum of downlink CEs on all the
boards of the LCG.

LC-level CEs

In the uplink, the LC-level CEs are the physical CEs of the uplink
resource group to which the cell belongs. In the downlink, the LC-level
CEs are the physical CEs of the baseband processing board to which the
cell belongs.

Relationship Between NodeB Credit Resources and CEs


The relationship between NodeB credit resources and CEs is as follows:

In the uplink, the amount of NodeB credit resources is twice the amount of CEs.
In the downlink, the amount of NodeB credit resources equals the amount of CEs.

Remaining NodeB Credit Resources


:The RNC calculates the amount of remaining NodeB credit resources at the NodeB, LCG, and
LC levels based on the following factors:

Reported amount of NodeB-level, LCG-level, and LC-level CEs


Relationship between NodeB credit resources and CEs
CE consumption rule
Current traffic volume

3.2.2 Admission Decisions on RRC Connection Setup Requests


Figure 3-1 shows the NodeB credit resource-based admission control procedure for RRC
connection setup requests.

Figure 3-1 NodeB credit resource-based admission control procedure for RRC connection setup
requests

For an RRC connection setup request, NodeB credit resource-based admission control is
implemented as follows:

When RRCCeCodeCacChoice(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to LOOSE_CAC,


NodeB credit resource-based admission succeeds if the remaining NodeB credit resources
at NodeB, LCG (if any), and LC levels are sufficient for setting up an RRC connection.
When RRCCeCodeCacChoice(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to STRICT_CAC, the
RNC implements NodeB credit resource-based admission control based on the cause
value carried in the RRC connection setup request:
o If the cause value is "Emergency Call" or "Detach", NodeB credit resource-based
admission succeeds if the remaining NodeB credit resources at NodeB, LCG (if
any), and LC levels are sufficient for setting up the RRC connection.
o For other causes, NodeB credit resource-based admission succeeds if the
remaining NodeB credit resources at NodeB, LCG (if any), and LC levels are all
greater than the reserved credit resource plus the resource for setting up the RRC
connection. The reserved credit resource and the spreading factor (SF) have a

mapping relationship, which means the reserved credit resource threshold is


determined once the SF is specified. For details about the mapping relationship,
see CE Resource Management Feature Parameter Description.
The following table lists the uplink and downlink SFs corresponding to different
causes of RRC connection setup requests.
Cause
of the
RRC
Conne
ction
Setup
Reque
st

Uplink Reserved Credit


Resource (SF)

Downlink Reserved Credit


Resource (SF)

Setup UlRRCCeResvSf(BSC6900,B DlRRCCeCodeResvSf(BSC6900


of real- SC6910)
,BSC6910)
time
(RT)
service
s
Setup ULNRTRRCCacCeResvSf(B
of non- SC6900,BSC6910)
realtime
(NRT)
service
s

DLNRTRRCCacCeCodeResvSf(
BSC6900,BSC6910)

ULOtherRRCCacCeResvSf(
BSC6900,BSC6910)

DLOtherRRCCacCeCodeResvS
f(BSC6900,BSC6910)

Other
causes

3.2.3 Admission Decisions on Other Resource Requests


This section describes the NodeB credit resource-based admission decisions on other resource
requests from different services.
Handovers
Handover requests have a high service priority on a mobile communication network. Therefore,
NodeB credit resource-based admission succeeds if the remaining NodeB credit resources at
NodeB, LCG (if any), and LC levels are greater than or equal to the resource requested by the
handover. The RNC does not reserve extra resources.
AMR Services

Figure 3-2 shows the NodeB credit resource-based admission control procedure for AMR service
requests.
Figure 3-2 NodeB credit resource-based admission control procedure for AMR service requests

For an AMR service request, NodeB credit resource-based admission control is implemented as
follows:

If CSRABCacOptSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to ON, NodeB credit resourcebased admission succeeds if the remaining NodeB credit resources at NodeB, LCG (if
any), and LC levels are greater than or equal to the resource requested by the AMR
service. The RNC does not reserve extra resources.
If CSRABCacOptSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to OFF, NodeB credit
resource-based admission succeeds if the remaining NodeB credit resources at NodeB,
LCG (if any), and LC levels are greater than or equal to the reserved credit resource plus
the resource requested by the AMR service.

The reserved credit resource and the SF have a mapping relationship. The SF is specified by
DlHoCeCodeResvSf(BSC6900,BSC6910) (for the downlink) or
UlHoCeResvSf(BSC6900,BSC6910) (for the uplink). For details about the mapping
relationship between the reserved credit resource and the SF, see CE Resource Management
Feature Parameter Description.

PS Services or CS Services (Non-AMR Services)


For PS or CS service (non-AMR service) requests, NodeB credit resource-based admission
succeeds if the remaining NodeB credit resources at NodeB, LCG (if any), and LC levels are
greater than or equal to the reserved credit resource plus the resource requested by the service.
The reserved credit resource and the SF have a mapping relationship. The SF is specified by
DlHoCeCodeResvSf(BSC6900,BSC6910) (for the downlink) or
UlHoCeResvSf(BSC6900,BSC6910) (for the uplink).

3.3 Admission on NodeB


NodeB credit resource-based CAC on the NodeB side is not switch controlled and it admits new
services at the following levels:
NOTE:
The BTS3803E and BTS3902E do not support NodeB credit resource-based CAC at the LCG
level and board level.

NodeB
New services are admitted only when the amount of CEs required by all the UEs on the NodeB is
less than or equal to the amount of licensed CEs of the NodeB.

LCG
New services are admitted only when the amount of CEs required by all the UEs in an LCG is
less than or equal to the amount of physical CEs of the LCG.

In the uplink, the LCG-level CEs are the smaller one between the LCG-level physical
CEs and the NodeB-level licensed CEs.
In the downlink, the LCG-level CEs are the sum of downlink CEs on all the boards of the
LCG.

LC
New services are admitted only when the amount of CEs required by all the UEs in an LC is less
than or equal to the amount of physical CEs of the LC. In the uplink, the LC-level CEs are the
physical CEs of the uplink resource group to which the LC belongs. In the downlink, the LClevel CEs are the physical CEs of the baseband processing board to which the LC belongs.
NOTE:

The LC-level CEs in the downlink of the BTS3803E or BTS3902E are physical CEs of the
BTS3803E or BTS3902E.

Board
New services are admitted only when the amount of CEs required by all the UEs on a board is
less than or equal to the amount of physical CEs of the board. New services cannot be admitted
at the board level when no board can accommodate the new services.

4 Iub Transmission Resource-based CAC


Iub transmission resource-based CAC applies to R99, HSDPA, and HSUPA services in both
uplink and downlink.
For details about Iub transmission resource-based CAC, see Transmission Resource
Management Feature Parameter Description.

5 Cell Code Resource-based CAC


Cell code resource-based CAC applies to R99 services only in downlink.
NOTE:
Cell code resource-based CAC does not apply to HSDPA services because code resources have
been reserved for HSDPA services. In addition, these resources can be shared by HSDPA
services. For details about code resource allocation for HSDPA services, see HSDPA Feature
Parameter Description.

5.1 Admission Decisions on RRC Connection Setup Requests


Figure 5-1 shows the cell code resource-based admission control procedure for RRC connection
setup requests.

Figure 5-1 Cell code resource-based admission control procedure for RRC connection setup
requests

For an RRC connection setup request, cell code resource-based admission control is
implemented as follows:

When RRCCeCodeCacChoice(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to LOOSE_CAC, cell


code resource-based admission succeeds if the remaining cell code resources (the
remaining minimum SF for the cell) are sufficient for setting up an RRC connection.
When RRCCeCodeCacChoice(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to STRICT_CAC, the
RNC implements code resource-based admission control based on the cause value carried
in the RRC connection setup request:
o If the cause value is "Emergency Call" or "Detach", cell code resource-based
admission succeeds if the remaining code resources are sufficient for setting up an
RRC connection.

For other cause values, cell code resource-based admission succeeds if the
remaining code resources are greater than or equal to the resource reserved plus
the resource required by the RRC.

The following table lists the thresholds of reserved code resources corresponding to
different causes of RRC connection setup requests.
Cause of the RRC
Connection Setup
Request

Threshold for the Reserved Code Resource (SF)

Setup of RT services

DlRRCCeCodeResvSf(BSC6900,BSC6910)

Setup of NRT services

DLNRTRRCCacCeCodeResvSf(BSC6900,BSC6910)

Other causes

DLOtherRRCCacCeCodeResvSf(BSC6900,BSC6910)

5.2 Admission Decisions on Other Resource Requests


This section describes the admission decisions on other resource requests from different services.

Handovers
Handover requests have a high service priority on a mobile communication network. Therefore,
cell code resource-based admission succeeds if the remaining code resources are sufficient for
the handover request to be admitted.

AMR Services
Figure 5-2 shows the cell code resource-based admission control procedure for AMR service
requests.

Figure 5-2 Cell code resource-based admission control procedure for AMR service requests

For an AMR service request, cell code resource-based admission control is implemented as
follows:

If CSRABCacOptSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to ON, cell code resourcebased admission succeeds if the remaining code resources are sufficient for the AMR
service to be admitted.
If CSRABCacOptSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to OFF, cell code resourcebased admission succeeds if the remaining code resources are greater than or equal to the
resource reserved by DlHoCeCodeResvSf(BSC6900,BSC6910) plus the resource
requested by the AMR service.

PS Services or CS Services (Non-AMR Services)


For PS or CS service (non-AMR service) requests that require DCH RABs, cell code resourcebased admission succeeds if the remaining code resources are greater than or equal to the
resource reserved by DlHoCeCodeResvSf(BSC6900,BSC6910) plus the resource requested
by the service.
For PS services requests that require HSDPA RABs, the downlink code resource admission
criteria are as follows:

SRB Over DCH


o If PERFENH_HSDPA_SRBDCH_CODE_CACOPT_SWITCH under the
PerfEnhanceSwitch2(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter in the SET
UNBMPARA command is set to OFF, a UE is admitted as long as the remaining
code resources in the cell are sufficient for the SRB setup.
o If PERFENH_HSDPA_SRBDCH_CODE_CACOPT_SWITCH under the
PerfEnhanceSwitch2(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter in the SET
UNBMPARA command is set to ON, a UE is admitted only when the remaining
code resources in the cell are greater than the reserved code resources and the
code resources required by the service.
SRB Over HSDPA
UEs are admitted without any decision.

6 CAC Based on the Number of HSPA Users


This section describes CAC based on the number of HSDPA and HSUPA users in a cell.

6.1 CAC for HSDPA Users


For HSDPA service requests such as service setup and handovers, admission based on the
number of HSPA users succeeds when all the following conditions are met:

The number of HSDPA users in the cell is less than or equal to the threshold specified by
MaxHsdpaUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) once the HSDPA service is admitted.
The number of HSDPA users in the cell is less than or equal to the licensed limit once the
HSDPA service is admitted.
The number of HSDPA users in the NodeB is less than or equal to the threshold specified
by NodeBHsdpaMaxUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) once the HSDPA service is
admitted.

A multi-carrier HSDPA user, such as DC-HSDPA, DB-HSDPA, 3C-HSDPA, or 4C-HSDPA


user, is counted for an HSDPA user on the primary cell. It is not counted for an HSDPA user on
the secondary cells. Therefore, CAC based on the number of HSPA users is implemented only
on the primary cell.

6.2 CAC for HSUPA Users


HSUPA service requests include service setup and handovers. Admission based on the number
of HSPA users succeeds when all the following conditions are met:

The number of HSUPA users in the cell is less than or equal to the threshold specified by
MaxHsupaUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) once the HSUPA service is admitted.

The number of HSUPA users in the cell is less than or equal to the licensed limit once the
HSUPA service is admitted.
The number of HSUPA users in the NodeB is less than or equal to the threshold specified
by NodeBHsupaMaxUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) once the HSUPA service is
admitted.

A DC-HSUPA user is counted for an HSUPA user on the primary cell. Therefore, CAC based on
the number of HSPA users is implemented only on the primary cell.

7 Cell Power Resource-based CAC


Cell power resource-based CAC applies to R99, HSDPA, and HSUPA services.

R99 and HSPA services (uplink and downlink data carried on HSPA channels): Cell
power resource-based CAC is enabled when the algorithm switch in section 7.1
Overview is turned on.
HSDPA services (uplink data carried on DCH channels and downlink data carried on
HSDPA channels): Cell power resource-based CAC is enabled when
HSDPA_UU_ADCTRL of NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is selected
and the algorithm switch in section 7.1 Overview is turned on.
HSUPA services (uplink data carried on HSUPA channels and downlink data carried on
DCH channels): Cell power resource-based CAC is enabled when
HSUPA_UU_ADCTRL of NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is selected
and the algorithm switch in section 7.1 Overview is turned on.

Section 7.2 Admission Control Algorithm 1 through 7.5 Admission Control Algorithm 4
describe four algorithms used for cell power resource-based CAC on dedicated channels. 8
Common Channel Admission describes cell power resource-based CAC on common channels.

7.1 Overview
Cell power resource-based CAC is performed by using one of four algorithms, which are
referred to as algorithm 1, algorithm 2, algorithm 3, and algorithm 4 in this document.
Algorithms 1, 2, and 3 apply to admission control in uplink and downlink. Algorithm 4 applies
only to admission control in uplink. Table 7-1 describes these algorithms.
NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) and
NBMDlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) specify the algorithms used in uplink and
downlink, respectively. For resource requests from intra-frequency handovers, the RNC
performs cell power resource-based CAC only in downlink; for resource requests from other
services, the RNC does that first in uplink and then in downlink.
Table 7-1 Algorithms used for cell power resource-based CAC

Algorith
m

GUI Value in
Uplink/Downlin Descriptio
NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,BSC691
k
n
0) and
NBMDlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,BSC691
0)

7.2
ALGORITHM_FIRST
Admissio
n Control
Algorithm
1

Uplink and
downlink

In
algorithm
1,
admission
control is
based on
the cell
power load
and the
expected
power load
increase
caused by a
new
service.
If the RNC
determines
that the
expected
power load
will exceed
the preset
threshold
once the
new service
is admitted,
the RNC
rejects the
service
request.
Otherwise,
the RNC
admits the
service.

7.3
ALGORITHM_SECOND
Admissio
n Control
Algorithm
2

Uplink and
downlink

In
algorithm
2,
admission
control is

Algorith
m

GUI Value in
Uplink/Downlin Descriptio
NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,BSC691
k
n
0) and
NBMDlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,BSC691
0)
based on
the
equivalent
number of
users
(ENU) and
the
expected
power load
increase
caused by a
new
service.
If the RNC
determines
that the
expected
ENU will
exceed the
preset
threshold
once the
new service
is admitted,
the RNC
rejects the
service
request.
Otherwise,
the RNC
admits the
service.

7.4
ALGORITHM_THIRD
Admissio
n Control
Algorithm
3

Uplink and
downlink

In
algorithm
3, the RNC
performs
admission
control
without

Algorith
m

GUI Value in
Uplink/Downlin Descriptio
NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,BSC691
k
n
0) and
NBMDlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,BSC691
0)
considering
the power
load
increase
caused by a
new
service.
Algorithm
3 is similar
to
algorithm
1. The only
difference
is that
algorithm 3
assumes
that the
expected
power load
increase
caused by
the new
service is 0.
The RNC
determines
whether the
current cell
power load
exceeds the
preset
threshold.
If yes, the
RNC
rejects the
service
request.
Otherwise,
the RNC

Algorith
m

GUI Value in
Uplink/Downlin Descriptio
NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,BSC691
k
n
0) and
NBMDlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,BSC691
0)
admits the
service.

7.5
ALGORITHM_FOURTH
Admissio
n Control
Algorithm
4

Uplink

In
algorithm
4,
admission
control is
based on
the actual
uplink
service
load and
the
expected
service
load
increase
caused by a
new
service.
Depending
on the
actual
uplink
service
load in the
cell, the
RNC
determines
whether the
actual
uplink
service
load will
exceed the
preset
threshold
once the
new service

Algorith
m

GUI Value in
Uplink/Downlin Descriptio
NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,BSC691
k
n
0) and
NBMDlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,BSC691
0)
is admitted.
If yes, the
RNC
rejects the
service
request.
Otherwise,
the RNC
admits the
service.

7.2 Admission Control Algorithm 1


Algorithm 1 performs admission control based on the cell power load and the expected power
load increase caused by a new service. The measurement quantities relevant to the cell power
load are processed and reported by the load measurement module on the RNC. For details about
cell load measurements, see Load Control Feature Parameter Description.
Algorithm 1 applies to admission control in uplink and downlink.

7.2.1 Uplink Admission Control Algorithm 1


In uplink, algorithm 1 makes admission decisions based on resource requests and cell types (R99
cells, SC-HSUPA cells, or DC-HSUPA cells). The load measurement module of the RNC
calculates the uplink power load factor based on received total wideband power
(RTULOLCTRIGTHDWP).
Calculation of Uplink Power Load for a Cell
The following describes how to calculate the uplink power load factor for an R99 cell, SCHSUPA cell, and DC-HSUPA cell.
For an R99 Cell
For an R99 cell, the uplink power load factor is represented by UL,R99-Total and calculated using
the following formula:
UL,R99-Total = 1 PN/RTWP + UL,CCH

Where,

PN is the uplink background noise and the unit is mw. PN is set by


BackgroundNoise(BSC6900,BSC6910) and the unit of the parameter is dBm. The
relationship between dBm and mw is 1dBm=10*log(1mw). If the auto-adaptive
background noise update algorithm is enabled, PN is updated in real time. For details
about the auto-adaptive background noise update algorithm, see Load Measurement
Feature Parameter Description.
RTWP is the received total wideband power in uplink. It is measured by the NodeB and
periodically reported to the RNC.
UL,CCH is the reserved load factor on the uplink common channels, which is set by
UlCCHLoadFactor(BSC6900,BSC6910).

For an SC-HSUPA Cell


In an SC-HSUPA cell, algorithm 1 uses the following three types of uplink power load factor:

RTWP-based uplink power load factor


For an SC-HSUPA cell, it is represented by UL,HSUPA-Total and calculated using the
following formula:
UL,HSUPA-Total = 1 PN/RTWP + UL,CCH + HS-DPCCH
Where,
HS-DPCCH is the reserved load factor on the uplink HS-DPCCH. It is set by
UlHsDpcchRsvdFactor(BSC6900,BSC6910).
o The other variables are defined the same way as for UL,R99-Total in an R99 cell.
Uncontrollable uplink load factor
o

The uncontrollable uplink load factor is the load factor for the receive power of a cell
excluding the receive power used for scheduling services. It is represented by UL,NonCtrl
and calculated using the following formula:
UL,NonCtrl = UL,HSUPA-Total UL,Ctrl
Where,
o

NOTE:

UL,Ctrl is the controllable uplink load factor and equals the received scheduled EDCH power share (RSEPS). RSEPS is the ratio of the receive power of all
scheduled users to RTWP in the current cell. RSEPS is measured by the NodeB
and periodically reported to the RNC.

The algorithm for calculating UL,NonCtrl depends on the periodic RSEPS measurement according
to the above formula. If NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to
ALGORITHM_FIRST or ALGORITHM_THIRD and HSUPA_EDCH_RSEPS_MEAS of
NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to 0, the RNC performs admission control
for the cell using algorithm 2. For details about algorithm 2, see 7.3 Admission Control
Algorithm 2.

Total uplink load factor for preferential admission of R99 services


It is represented by UL,R99Prefer-Total.
When the guaranteed bit rate (GBR) for HSUPA services is too high, the RTWP-based
uplink power load may also be too high, and therefore R99 service admission is difficult.
In this case, UL,R99Prefer-Total ensures that R99 services are preferentially admitted.
UL,R99Prefer-Total is calculated using the following formula:
UL,R99Prefer-Total = UL,NonCtrl + ThdHSUPAMaxGBP
Where,
ThdHSUPAMaxGBP is the maximum guaranteed load threshold for HSUPA services when the
RNC makes an admission decision on an R99 service. It is set by
HsupaMaxGBPThd(BSC6900,BSC6910).

For a DC-HSUPA Cell


In a DC-HSUPA cell group, the uplink power load factor is calculated on the primary and
secondary cells. The calculation method is the same as that for an SC-HSUPA cell.
The RTWP reported by the NodeB contain the power load consumed by existing DC-HSUPA
services.
Uplink Admission Decisions Based on Algorithm 1
Figure 7-1 shows the procedure for an uplink admission decision based on algorithm 1.

Figure 7-1 Procedure for an uplink admission decision based on algorithm 1

This procedure is implemented as follows:


1. The RNC calculates the uplink power load for the cell based on the result from the load
measurement module.
2. The RNC calculates the uplink power load increase (UL) based on the initial admission
rate of the new service.
NOTE:
o
o

For details about the initial admission rate, see Load Control Feature Parameter
Description.
In admission control on an RRC connection setup request, the RNC calculates the
load increase based on the signaling radio bearer (SRB) rate carried in the RRC

connection setup request. The SRB rate of an RRC connection setup request is set
by running the SET URRCESTCAUSE command.
3. The RNC makes an admission decision.
In algorithm 1, uplink admission criteria vary according to the resource request type, cell
type, and bearer type. For details about the uplink admission criteria, see Table 7-2 . If
the admission criteria are met, uplink admission based on algorithm 1 succeeds.
Otherwise, the RNC performs the next step.
Table 7-2 Uplink admission criteria in algorithm 1
Resource Request
Type
RRC connection
setup requests

Cell Type
R99 cell

Bearer Type

Admission Criteria Described


In

N/A

Admission Criteria for RRC


Connection Setup Requests

R99 cell

DCH RAB

Admission Criteria for Other


Resource Requests in an R99
Cell

SCHSUPA
cell

DCH RAB

Admission Criteria for Other


Resource Requests in an SCHSUPA Cell (for the DCH
RAB)

SC-HSUPA RAB

Admission Criteria for Other


Resource Requests in an SCHSUPA Cell (for the SCHSUPA RAB)

HSUPA
cell
Other resource
requests (such as
RAB setup, RAB
reconfiguration,
handover, and cell
update)

DCHSUPA
cell

DCH RAB, SCAdmission Criteria for Other


HSUPA RAB, and Resource Requests in a DCDC-HSUPA RAB HSUPA Cell

4. If the RTWP anti-interference function switch is turned on


(RTWP_RESIST_DISTURB of NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is
selected), the RNC checks whether the total uplink load of ENU on the cell is less than
CellUlEquNumCapacity(BSC6900,BSC6910).
o If yes, uplink admission based on algorithm 1 succeeds.
o Otherwise, uplink admission based on algorithm 1 fails.
NOTE:
For details about the total uplink load of ENU on the cell, see 7.3 Admission Control Algorithm
2.

Admission Criteria for RRC Connection Setup Requests


In algorithm 1, the uplink admission criteria for RRC connection setup requests are described in
the following table.
Cell Type

Bearer Type for


RRC SRBs

Uplink Admission
Criterion

Admission Result

R99 cell

SRB Over DCH

UL,R99-Total + UL
ThdUL,RRC

Uplink admission based on


algorithm 1 succeeds if the
criterion is met.

HSUPA cell

SRB Over DCH

Criterion 1 (uncontrollable
uplink load factor-based
admission criterion):

Uplink admission based on


algorithm 1 succeeds if
both criteria 1 and 2 are
met.

UL,NonCtrl + UL
ThdUL,RRC
Criterion 2 (total cell
power-based admission
criterion):

UL,HSUPA-Total +
UL ThdUL,RRCTotal

UL,R99Prefer-Total +
UL ThdUL,RRCTotal

Criterion 2 is met if either


of the preceding
inequalities is satisfied.
SRB Over HSUPA

Criterion 1 (uncontrollable
uplink load factor-based
admission criterion):
UL,NonCtrl + UL
ThdUL,RRC
Criterion 2 (total cell
power-based admission
criterion):
UL,HSUPA-Total + UL
ThdUL,RRC-Total

Uplink admission based on


algorithm 1 succeeds if
both criteria 1 and 2 are
met.

ThdUL,RRC indicates the uplink admission threshold for RRC connection setup requests, and
ThdUL,RRC-Total indicates the uplink total cell power-based admission threshold for RRC
connection setup requests. These thresholds use the same values in algorithms 1, 2, 3, and 4. The
RNC performs either loose or strict admission control on RRC connection setup requests
according to the value of RRCCacChoice(BSC6900,BSC6910):

If RRCCacChoice(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to LOOSE_CAC, the RNC uses the


loose admission thresholds listed in Table 7-3.
If RRCCacChoice(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to STRICT_CAC, the RNC uses the
strict admission thresholds listed in Table 7-4 .

Table 7-3 Loose uplink admission thresholds for RRC connection setup requests
Cause of RRC
Connection
Setup Request

Emergen
cy call
Detachm
ent
Registrat
ion

Other services

Uplink Admission Threshold


(ThdUL,RRC)

Uplink Total Cell Power-based


Admission Threshold (ThdUL,RRCTotal)

This threshold does not apply


because the RNC accepts the RRC
connection setup request without
admission control.

This threshold does not apply because


the RNC accepts the RRC connection
setup request without admission
control.

When UL_UU_OLC of
NBMLdcAlgoSwitch(BS
C6900,BSC6910) is set to
1:
If the cell is overloaded, the
RNC rejects the RRC
connection setup request.If
the cell is not overloaded, the
uplink OLC triggering
threshold (UlOlcTrigThd) is
used as ThdUL,RRC.

When UL_UU_OLC of
NBMLdcAlgoSwitch(BS
C6900,BSC6910) is set to
0, the uplink OLC triggering
threshold
UlOlcTrigThd(BSC6900,
BSC6910) is used as
ThdUL,RRC.

SRB Over DCH


When the UL_UU_OLC check
box under the
NBMLdcAlgoSwitch(BSC6
900,BSC6910) parameter is
selected:If the cell is
overloaded, the RNC rejects the
RRC connection setup request.
If the cell is not overloaded, the
uplink OLC triggering threshold
(UlOlcTrigThd(BSC6900,BS
C6910)) is used as
ThdUL,RRC-Total.When the
UL_UU_OLC check box under
the NBMLdcAlgoSwitch
parameter is not selected, the
uplink OLC triggering threshold
(UlOlcTrigThd(BSC6900,BS
C6910)) is used as
ThdUL,RRC-Total.

Cause of RRC
Connection
Setup Request

Uplink Admission Threshold


(ThdUL,RRC)

Uplink Total Cell Power-based


Admission Threshold (ThdUL,RRCTotal)

SRB Over HSUPA

This threshold does not apply because


the RNC accepts the RRC connection
setup request without admission
control.
NOTE:
For details about the overload state of a cell and overload control (OLC), see Load Control
Feature Parameter Description.
Table 7-4 Strict uplink admission thresholds for RRC connection setup requests
Cause of RRC
Connection
Setup Request

Emerge
ncy call
Detach
ment

Real-time
services

Uplink Admission Threshold


(ThdUL,RRC)
This threshold does not apply
because the RNC accepts the RRC
connection setup request without
admission control.
UlNonCtrlThdForAMR(BSC690
0,BSC6910) +
RTRRCCacThdOffset(BSC690
0,BSC6910) (admission threshold
offset for the RRC connection setup
request of a real-time service)

Uplink Total Cell Power-based


Admission Threshold (ThdUL,RRC-Total)
This threshold does not apply because the
RNC accepts the RRC connection setup
request without admission control.

When the
RTRRC_OTHERRRC_CONSI
STENT_WITH_RAB check box
under the
NBMCacAlgoSwitch2(BSC69
00,BSC6910) parameter is not
selected:

ThdUL,RRC-Total =
UlNonCtrlThdForAMR(BSC6900,BS
C6910) +
RTRRCCacThdOffset(BSC6900,BS
C6910) (admission threshold offset for
the RRC connection setup request of a
real-time service)

When the
RTRRC_OTHERRRC_CONSI
STENT_WITH_RAB check box
under the

Cause of RRC
Connection
Setup Request

Uplink Admission Threshold


(ThdUL,RRC)

Uplink Total Cell Power-based


Admission Threshold (ThdUL,RRC-Total)
NBMCacAlgoSwitch2(BSC69
00,BSC6910) parameter is
selected:
ThdUL,RRC-Total =
UlCellTotalThd(BSC6900,BSC6910)
+
RTRRCCacThdOffset(BSC6900,BS
C6910) (admission threshold offset for
the RRC connection setup request of a
real-time service)

Non-real-time
services

UlNonCtrlThdForOther(BSC69
00,BSC6910) +
NRTRRCCacThdOffset(BSC69
00,BSC6910) (admission
threshold offset for the RRC
connection setup request of a nonreal-time service)

When the
NRTRRC_CONSISTENT_WI
TH_RAB check box under the
NBMCacAlgoSwitch2(BSC69
00,BSC6910) parameter is not
selected:

ThdUL,RRC-Total =
UlNonCtrlThdForOther(BSC6900,B
SC6910) +
NRTRRCCacThdOffset(BSC6900,B
SC6910) (admission threshold offset for
the RRC connection setup request of a
non-real-time service)

When the
NRTRRC_CONSISTENT_WI
TH_RAB check box under the
NBMCacAlgoSwitch2(BSC69
00,BSC6910) parameter is
selected:

ThdUL,RRC-Total =
UlCellTotalThd(BSC6900,BSC6910)
+
NRTRRCCacThdOffset(BSC6900,B
SC6910) (admission threshold offset for
the RRC connection setup request of a
non-real-time service)
Other services

UlOlcTrigThd(BSC6900,BSC69

When the

Cause of RRC
Connection
Setup Request

Uplink Admission Threshold


(ThdUL,RRC)

Uplink Total Cell Power-based


Admission Threshold (ThdUL,RRC-Total)

10) +
OtherRRCCacThdOffset(BSC6
900,BSC6910) (admission
threshold offset for the RRC
connection setup request of
ULOLCTRIGTHD the other
service)

RTRRC_OTHERRRC_CONSI
STENT_WITH_RAB check box
under the
NBMCacAlgoSwitch2(BSC69
00,BSC6910) parameter is not
selected:
ThdUL,RRC-Total =
UlOlcTrigThd(BSC6900,BSC6910)
+
OtherRRCCacThdOffset(BSC6900,
BSC6910) (admission threshold offset
for the RRC connection setup request of
a service other than a real-time or nonreal-time service)

When the
RTRRC_OTHERRRC_CONSI
STENT_WITH_RAB check box
under the
NBMCacAlgoSwitch2(BSC69
00,BSC6910) parameter is
selected:

ThdUL,RRC-Total =
UlCellTotalThd(BSC6900,BSC6910)
+
OtherRRCCacThdOffset(BSC6900,
BSC6910) (admission threshold offset
for the RRC connection setup request of
a service other than a real-time or nonreal-time service)
NOTE:
To ensure that admission control over RRC connection setup requests is as strict as or stricter
than admission control over RAB setup requests, you can select the
RTRRC_OTHERRRC_CONSISTENT_WITH_RAB check box under the
NBMCacAlgoSwitch2(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter and the
NRTRRC_CONSISTENT_WITH_RAB check box under the
NBMCacAlgoSwitch2(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter.
After these check boxes are selected:

The traffic volume is controlled at the RRC connection setup procedure.


A RAB setup request may be admitted if an RRC connection setup request has been
admitted. This minimizes the possibility that radio resources used for admission control
over RRC connection setup requests are wasted.
The RAB setup success rate increases.

Admission Criteria for Other Resource Requests in an R99 Cell


When algorithm 1 is used for an R99 cell, the uplink admission criteria for resource requests
other than RRC connection setup requests are as follows:
1. If UL_UU_OLC of NBMLdcAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is selected and the
cell is overloaded, service admission fails. If UL_UU_OLC of
NBMLdcAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is deselected or the cell is not overloaded,
the RNC performs the next step.
2. The RNC checks whether the sum of UL,R99-Total and UL is less than or equal to
ThdUL,Nonctl. If yes, uplink admission based on algorithm 1 succeeds. Otherwise,
admission fails.
ThdUL,Nonctl is the admission threshold for the uplink power load of non-HSPA services. The
threshold varies according to resource request types, as described in Table 7-5 .
Table 7-5 Admission thresholds for the uplink power load of non-HSPA services
Resource Request
Type
AMR services

Admission Threshold for the Uplink Power Load of Non-HSPA


Services (ThdUL,Nonctl)

If CSRABCacOptSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to OFF,


UlNonCtrlThdForAMR(BSC6900,BSC6910) is used as
ThdUL,Nonctl.
If CSRABCacOptSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to ON:
When the OLC algorithm is enabled (UL_UU_OLC of
NBMLdcAlgoSwitch is selected), the uplink OLC triggering
threshold (UlOlcTrigThd) is used as ThdUL,Nonctl.When the
OLC algorithm is disabled (UL_UU_OLC of
NBMLdcAlgoSwitch is deselected), ThdUL,Nonctl is 100%.

Non-AMR services

UlNonCtrlThdForNonAMR(BSC6900,BSC6910)

Handovers

UlNonCtrlThdForHo(BSC6900,BSC6910)

Other services

UlNonCtrlThdForOther(BSC6900,BSC6910)

Admission Criteria for Other Resource Requests in an SC-HSUPA Cell (for the DCH RAB)
In an SC-HSUPA cell, if the bearer type is the DCH RAB, uplink admission based on algorithm
1 succeeds when both the following criteria are met:

(UL,NonCtrl + UL) ThdUL,Nonctl


ThdUL,Nonctl is the admission threshold for the uplink power load of non-HSPA services.
For details about the admission threshold, see Table 7-5.

Either of the two inequations applies: (UL,HSUPA-Total + UL) ThdUL,total or (UL,R99PreferTotal + UL) ThdUL,total
ThdUL,total is the admission threshold for the total uplink power of the cell. See Table 7-6
for details.

Table 7-6 Admission thresholds for the total uplink power of the cell
Resource
Request Type
AMR services

Admission Threshold for the Total Uplink Power of the Cell (ThdUL,total)

If CSRABCacOptSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to OFF,


UlCellTotalThd(BSC6900,BSC6910) is used as ThdUL,total.
If CSRABCacOptSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to ON:
When the OLC algorithm is enabled (UL_UU_OLC of
NBMLdcAlgoSwitch is selected), the uplink OLC triggering threshold
(UlOlcTrigThd) is used as ThdUL,total.When the OLC algorithm is
disabled (UL_UU_OLC of NBMLdcAlgoSwitch is deselected),
ThdUL,total is 100%.

Other services

UlCellTotalThd(BSC6900,BSC6910)

Admission Criteria for Other Resource Requests in an SC-HSUPA Cell (for the SCHSUPA RAB)
In an SC-HSUPA cell, if the bearer type is the SC-HSUPA RAB, uplink admission based on
algorithm 1 succeeds when either PBR-based admission or load-based admission succeeds.
The RNC admits the IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) signaling services carried on HSUPA
RABs directly.
PBR-based Admission Decisions
The RNC performs PBR-based admission control only when the HSUPA PBR measurement
switch is turned on (HSUPA_PBR_MEAS of NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is
set to 1).
The uplink provided bit rate (PBR) is the effective uplink throughput on all users corresponding
to a scheduling priority indicator (SPI) successfully received by the NodeB. PBR is periodically
reported by the NodeB to the RNC.

If the sum of PBRs of some users is greater than the sum of their GBRs multiplied by a certain
factor, the RNC determines that the QoS requirements of the cell are met. In this case, the RNC
can admit new users. PBR-based admission succeeds if any of the criteria described in Table 7-7
is met.
Table 7-7 PBR-based admission criteria
S User
N Range

Admission Criteria

Parameter Description

All
HSUP
A users
whose
schedul
ing
prioriti
es are
lower
than the
priority
of the
user
being
admitte
d

ThdL is
HsupaLowPriorityUserPBRThd(BSC69
00,BSC6910)

All
HSUP
A users
whose
schedul
ing
prioriti
es
equal
the
priority
of the
user
being
admitte
d

ThdE is
HsupaEqualPriorityUserPBRThd(BSC6
900,BSC6910)

All
HSUP
A users
whose

ThdGE is
HsupaHighPriorityUserPBRThd(BSC69
00,BSC6910)

S User
N Range

Admission Criteria

Parameter Description

schedul
ing
prioriti
es are
higher
than the
priority
of the
user to
be
admitte
d
Load-based Admission Decisions

For HSUPA scheduling services, load-based admission succeeds if the following formula
is satisfied:
UL,HSUPA-Total + UL UlCellTotalThd(BSC6900,BSC6910)
Otherwise, load-based admission fails.

For HSUPA non-scheduling services, load-based admission succeeds only when both the
following criteria are met:
o (UL,HSUPA-Total + UL) UlCellTotalThd(BSC6900,BSC6910)
o (UL,NonCtrl + UL) ThdUL,Nonctl
ThdUL,Nonctl is the admission threshold for the uplink power load of non-HSPA
services. See Table 7-5 for details.

Admission Criteria for Other Resource Requests in a DC-HSUPA Cell


In a DC-HSUPA cell, if the bearer type is the DCH RAB or SC-HSUPA RAB, uplink admission
decisions based on algorithm 1 are the same as those in an SC-HSUPA cell. For details, see
Admission Criteria for Other Resource Requests in an SC-HSUPA Cell (for the DCH RAB) and
Admission Criteria for Other Resource Requests in an SC-HSUPA Cell (for the SC-HSUPA
RAB).
In a DC-HSUPA cell, if the bearer type is the DC-HSUPA RAB, the RNC performs load-based
admission control.

For DC-HSUPA non-scheduling services

The RNC makes load-based admission decisions only on the primary cell. The admission
decision method is the same as that for an SC-HSUPA non-scheduling service.

For DC-HSUPA scheduling services


The RNC makes load-based admission decisions on the primary or secondary cell.
Uplink admission based on algorithm 1 succeeds if load-based admission succeeds on
either the primary or secondary cell. The admission decision method is the same as that
for an SC-HSUPA scheduling service.

7.2.2 Downlink Admission Control Algorithm 1


In downlink, algorithm 1 makes admission decisions based on resource requests and cell types
(R99 cells, SC-HSDPA cells, and multi-carrier HSDPA cells such as DC-HSDPA, DB-HSDPA,
3C-HSDPA, or 4C-HSDPA cells).
Calculation of Downlink Power Load for a Cell
The following describes how to calculate the downlink power load for an R99 cell, SC-HSDPA
cell, or multi-carrier HSDPA cell.
For an R99 Cell
In an R99 cell, the RN makes downlink admission decisions according to the TCP-based total
downlink load, which is calculated in real time by the load measurement module of the RNC.
For an R99 cell, the TCP-based total downlink load factor is represented by DL,R99-Total and
calculated using the following formula:
DL,R99-Total = TCP + DL,CCH
Where,

TCP is the transmitted carrier power (TCP), which is the ratio of the total TCP value on
one downlink carrier to the maximum downlink transmission power
MaxTxPower(BSC6900,BSC6910).
DL,CCH is the load factor reserved for the downlink common channels. It is set by
DlCCHLoadRsrvCoeff(BSC6900,BSC6910).

For an SC-HSDPA Cell


In an SC-HSDPA cell, algorithm 1 uses the following downlink power load factors:

TCP-based total downlink load factor

For an SC-HSDPA cell, it is represented by DL,HSDPA-Total and calculated using the


following formula:
DL,HSDPA-Total = TCP + DL,CCH + DL,HSUPARes
Where,
DL,HSUPARes is the power load factor reserved for HSUPA downlink control
channels (E-AGCH/E-RGCH/E-HICH). It is set by
DlHSUPARsvdFactor(BSC6900,BSC6910).
o The other variables are defined the same way as for an R99 cell.
Downlink non-HSPA power load factor
o

It is represented by DL,NonHSPA. DL,NonHSPA is the ratio of the total transmitted power for
the codes not used in HS-PDSCH, HS-SCCH, E-AGCH, E-RGCH, and E-HICH
channels on one downlink carrier to the maximum transmission power
MaxTxPower(BSC6900,BSC6910).
DL,NonHSPA is measured by the NodeB and periodically reported to the RNC.

HSDPA GBP load factor


It is represented by DL,GBP. Guaranteed Bit rate Power (GBP) is the power required to
reach the GBR of HSDPA users in a cell.
DL,GBP is calculated based on the GBR of HSDPA users in a cell. The NodeB
periodically reports DL,GBP to the RNC.

HSDPA GBP-based total downlink load factor


It is represented by DL,GBP-Total and calculated using the following formula:
DL,GBP-Total = DL,NonHSPA + min (DL,GBP + DL,HSUPARes, DL,MaxHSPA) + DL,CCH
Where,
DL,MaxHSPA is the threshold for the maximum available HSDPA power. It is calculated
based on HspaPower(BSC6900,BSC6910) using the formula DL,MaxHSPA = 1 10(HspaPower/10)
.

Total downlink load factor for preferential admission of R99 services


It is represented by DL,R99Prefer-Total. When the GBR for HSDPA services is too high, the
HSDPA GBP-based total downlink load factor may also be too high, and therefore R99
service admission is difficult. In this case, DL,R99Prefer-Total ensures that R99 services are
preferentially admitted. It is calculated using the following formula:

DL,R99Prefer-Total = DL,NonHSPA + ThdHSDPAMaxGBP + DL,HSUPARes + DL,CCH


Where,
ThdHSDPAMaxGBP is the maximum guaranteed load threshold for HSDPA services in the
cell when the RNC makes an admission decision on an R99 service. It is set by
HsdpaMaxGBPThd(BSC6900,BSC6910).
For a Multi-carrier HSDPA Cell
A multi-carrier HSDPA cell can be a DC-HSDPA, DB-HSDPA, 3C-HSDPA, or 4C-HSDPA cell.
It provides multi-carrier HSDPA services for users. With the Flexible Dual Carrier HSDPA
feature disabled, calculation of the downlink power load for a DC-HSDPA cell is different from
that for other types of cells.

For a DC-HSDPA cell with the Flexible Dual Carrier HSDPA feature disabled
The RNC needs to perform admission control based on single cell level and the DCHSDPA cell group level. Therefore, the downlink HSDPA GBP loads for the primary
and secondary cells and the DC-HSDPA cell group are calculated.
For a single cell, the HSDPA GBP load includes the downlink non-HSPA power load and
HSDPA GBP load for SC-HSDPA users in the cell.
For a DC-HSDPA cell group, the HSDPA GBP power load includes the following parts
shown in Figure 7-2:
o
o
o

Downlink non-HSPA power load on the primary and secondary cells


HSDPA GBP load for SC-HSDPA users on the primary and secondary cells
HSDPA GBP load for DC-HSDPA users in the DC-HSDPA cell group

Figure 7-2 HSDPA GBP load of a DC-HSDPA cell group with the Flexible Dual Carrier
HSDPA feature disabled

For a DC-HSDPA cell with the Flexible Dual Carrier HSDPA feature enabled or a DBHSDPA/3C-HSDPA/4C-HSDPA cell
The RNC calculates the total HSDPA GBP factor on the primary cell and the secondary
cell.
On a cell, the total HSDPA GBP consists of three parts shown in Figure 7-3:
o
o
o

Downlink non-HSPA power load on the cell


HSDPA GBP load for SC-HSDPA users on the cell
HSDPA GBP load for multi-carrier HSDPA users on the cell
In calculation of HSDPA GBP load for multi-carrier HSDPA users, the total GBP
used for each DC-HSUPA/DB-HSDPA/3C-HSDPA/4C-HSDPA user is
calculated and then apportioned on each carrier of the cell group based on the
transmit power ratio per carrier.

Figure 7-3 HSDPA GBP load of a DC-HSDPA cell with the Flexible Dual Carrier HSDPA
feature enabled or a DB-HSDPA/3C-HSDPA/4C-HSDPA cell

Downlink Admission Decisions Based on Algorithm 1


Figure 7-4 shows the procedure for a downlink admission decision based on algorithm 1.
Figure 7-4 Procedure for a downlink admission decision based on algorithm 1

This procedure is implemented as follows:

1. The RNC calculates the downlink power load for the cell based on the result from the
load measurement module.
2. The RNC calculates the downlink power load increase (DL) based on the initial
admission rate of the new service and the pilot quality received at the UE.
NOTE:
For details about the initial admission rate, see Load Control Feature Parameter
Description.
In admission control on an RRC connection setup request, the RNC calculates the load
increase based on the SRB rate carried in the RRC connection setup request. The SRB
rate of an RRC connection setup request is set by running the SET URRCESTCAUSE
command.
3. The RNC makes an admission decision.
In algorithm 1, downlink admission criteria vary with the resource request type, cell type, and
bearer type. See Table 7-8 for details. If the admission criteria are met, downlink admission
based on algorithm 1 succeeds. Otherwise, downlink admission based on algorithm 1 fails.
Table 7-8 Downlink admission criteria in algorithm 1
Resource Request
Type
RRC connection
setup requests

Cell Type
R99 cells

Bearer Type

Admission Criteria
Described In

N/A

Admission Criteria for RRC


Connection Setup Requests

R99 cells

DCH RAB

Admission Criteria for Other


Resource Requests in an R99
Cell

SC-HSDPA cells

DCH RAB

Admission Criteria for Other


Resource Requests in an SCHSDPA Cell (for the DCH
RAB)

SC-HSDPA RAB

Admission Criteria for Other


Resource Requests in an SCHSDPA Cell (for the SCHSDPA RAB)

DCH RAB

Admission Criteria for Other


Resource Requests in a DCHSDPA Cell

HSDPA cells
Other resource
requests (such as
RAB setup, RAB
reconfiguration,
handover, and cell
update)

DC-HSDPA cells

SC-HSDPA RAB
DC-HSDPA RAB

Resource Request
Type

Cell Type

Bearer Type

DB-HSDPA cells

DCH RAB

3C-HSDPA cells

SC-HSDPA RAB

4C-HSDPA cells

DB-HSDPA RAB

Admission Criteria
Described In
Admission Criteria for Other
Resource Requests in a DBHSDPA, 3C-HSDPA, or 4CHSDPA Cell

3C-HSDPA cells
4C-HSDPA RAB
Admission Criteria for RRC Connection Setup Requests
In algorithm 1, the downlink admission criteria for RRC connection setup requests are described
in the following table:
Cell Type

Bearer Type for


RRC SRBs

Downlink Admission
Criterion

Admission Result

R99 cell

SRB Over DCH

DL,R99-Total + DL
ThdDL,RRC

Downlink admission based


on algorithm 1 succeeds if
the criterion is met.

HSDPA cell

SRB Over DCH

Criterion 1 (non-HSPA
power-based admission
criterion):

Downlink admission based


on algorithm 1 succeeds if
both criteria 1 and 2 are
met.

DL,NonHSPA + DL
ThdDL,RRC
Criterion 2 (total cell
power-based admission
criterion):

DL,HSDPA-Total +
DL ThdDL,RRCTotal

DL,GBP-Total + DL
ThdDL,RRC-Total
DL,R99Prefer-Total +
DL ThdDL,RRCTotal

Criterion 2 is met if any of

Cell Type

Bearer Type for


RRC SRBs

Downlink Admission
Criterion

Admission Result

the preceding inequalities


is satisfied.
SRB Over HSDPA

Criterion 1 (GBP-based
admission criterion):
DL,GBP + DL
DL,MaxHSPA

Downlink admission based


on algorithm 1 succeeds if
both criteria 1 and 2 are
met.

Criterion 2 (total cell


power-based admission
criterion):

DL,HSDPA-Total +
DL ThdDL,RRCTotal

DL,GBP-Total + DL
ThdDL,RRC-Total

Criterion 2 is met if either


of the preceding
inequalities is satisfied.
ThdDL,RRC indicates the downlink admission threshold for RRC connection setup requests, and
ThdDL,RRC-Total indicates the downlink total cell power-based admission threshold for RRC
connection setup requests. These thresholds use the same values in algorithms 1, 2, and 3. The
RNC performs either loose or strict admission control on RRC connection setup requests
according to the value of RRCCacChoice(BSC6900,BSC6910):

If RRCCacChoice(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to LOOSE_CAC, the RNC uses the


loose admission thresholds listed in Table 7-9.
If RRCCacChoice(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to STRICT_CAC, the RNC uses the
strict admission thresholds listed in Table 7-10.

Table 7-9 Loose downlink admission threshold for RRC connection setup requests
Cause of RRC
Connection
Setup Request

Emergen
cy call
Detachm
ent

Downlink Admission Threshold


(ThdDL,RRC)
This threshold does not apply
because the RNC accepts the RRC
connection setup request without
admission control.

Downlink Total Cell Power-based


Admission Threshold (ThdDL,RRCTotal)
This threshold does not apply because
the RNC accepts the RRC connection
setup request without admission
control.

Cause of RRC
Connection
Setup Request

Downlink Admission Threshold


(ThdDL,RRC)

Downlink Total Cell Power-based


Admission Threshold (ThdDL,RRCTotal)

Registrat
ion

Other services

When DL_UU_OLC of
NBMLdcAlgoSwitch(BS
C6900,BSC6910) is set to
1:

When the DL_UU_OLC check


box under the
NBMLdcAlgoSwitch(BSC6
900,BSC6910) parameter is
selected:If the cell is
overloaded, the RNC rejects the
RRC connection setup request.
If the cell is not overloaded, the
downlink OLC triggering
threshold
(DlOlcTrigThd(BSC6900,BS
C6910)) is used as
ThdDL,RRC-Total.When the
DL_UU_OLC check box under
the
NBMLdcAlgoSwitch(BSC6
900,BSC6910) parameter is
not selected, the downlink OLC
triggering threshold
(DlOlcTrigThd(BSC6900,BS
C6910)) is used as
ThdDL,RRC-Total.

If the cell is overloaded, the


RNC rejects the RRC
connection setup request.If
the cell is not overloaded, the
downlink OLC triggering
threshold (DlOlcTrigThd) is
used as ThdDL,RRC.

SRB Over DCH

When DL_UU_OLC of
NBMLdcAlgoSwitch(BS
C6900,BSC6910) is set to
0, the downlink OLC
triggering threshold
DlOlcTrigThd(BSC6900,
BSC6910) is used as
ThdDL,RRC.

SRB Over HSDPA


This threshold does not apply
because the RNC accepts the
RRC connection setup request
without admission control.

NOTE:
For details about the overload state of a cell and OLC, see Load Control Feature Parameter
Description.
Table 7-10 Strict downlink admission threshold for RRC connection setup requests

Cause of RRC Downlink Admission Threshold


Connection
(ThdDL,RRC)
Setup
Request

Emerge
ncy call
Detach
ment

Real-time
services

This threshold does not apply


because the RNC accepts the
RRC connection setup request
without admission control.
DlConvAMRThd(BSC6900,B
SC6910) +
RTRRCCacThdOffset(BSC69
00,BSC6910) (admission
threshold offset for the RRC
connection setup request of a realtime service)

Downlink Total Cell Power-based


Admission Threshold (ThdDL,RRC-Total)

This threshold does not apply because the


RNC accepts the RRC connection setup
request without admission control.

When the
RTRRC_OTHERRRC_CONSIST
ENT_WITH_RAB check box
under the
NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,
BSC6910) parameter is not
selected:
ThdDL,RRC-Total =
DlConvAMRThd(BSC6900,BSC
6910) +
RTRRCCacThdOffset(BSC6900
,BSC6910) (admission threshold
offset for the RRC connection setup
request of a real-time service)

When the
RTRRC_OTHERRRC_CONSIST
ENT_WITH_RAB check box
under the
NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,
BSC6910) parameter is selected:
ThdDL,RRC-Total =
DlCellTotalThd(BSC6910,BSC6
900)+
RTRRCCacThdOffset(BSC6900
,BSC6910)(admission threshold
offset for the RRC connection setup
request of a real-time service)

Non-real-time
services

DlOtherThd(BSC6900,BSC69
10) +
NRTRRCCacThdOffset(BSC6
900,BSC6910) (admission
threshold offset for the RRC

When the
NRTRRC_CONSISTENT_WITH
_RAB check box under the
NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,
BSC6910) parameter is not

Cause of RRC Downlink Admission Threshold


Connection
(ThdDL,RRC)
Setup
Request

Downlink Total Cell Power-based


Admission Threshold (ThdDL,RRC-Total)

connection setup request of a nonreal-time service)

selected:
ThdDL,RRC-Total =
DlOtherThd(BSC6900,BSC6910
)+
NRTRRCCacThdOffset(BSC69
00,BSC6910) (admission threshold
offset for the RRC connection setup
request of a non-real-time service)

When the
NRTRRC_CONSISTENT_WITH
_RAB check box under the
NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,
BSC6910) parameter is selected:
ThdDL,RRC-Total =
DlCellTotalThd(BSC6910,BSC6
900) +
DlCellTotalThd(BSC6910,BSC6
900) (admission threshold offset for
the RRC connection setup request of
a non-real-time service)

Other services

DlOlcTrigThd(BSC6900,BSC
6910) +
OtherRRCCacThdOffset(BS
C6900,BSC6910) (admission
threshold offset for the RRC
connection setup request of a
service other than a real-time or
non-real-time service)

When the
RTRRC_OTHERRRC_CONSIST
ENT_WITH_RAB check box
under the
NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,
BSC6910) parameter is not
selected:
ThdDL,RRC-Total =
DlOlcTrigThd(BSC6900,BSC69
10) +
OtherRRCCacThdOffset(BSC6
900,BSC6910) (admission
threshold offset for the RRC
connection setup request of a service
other than a real-time or non-realtime service)

Cause of RRC Downlink Admission Threshold


Connection
(ThdDL,RRC)
Setup
Request

Downlink Total Cell Power-based


Admission Threshold (ThdDL,RRC-Total)

When the
RTRRC_OTHERRRC_CONSIST
ENT_WITH_RAB check box
under the
NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,
BSC6910) parameter is selected:
ThdDL,RRC-Total =
DlCellTotalThd(BSC6900,BSC6
910) +
OtherRRCCacThdOffset(BSC6
900,BSC6910) (admission
threshold offset for the RRC
connection setup request of a service
other than a real-time or non-realtime service)

Admission Criteria for Other Resource Requests in an R99 Cell


When algorithm 1 is used for an R99 cell, the downlink admission criteria for resource requests
other than RRC connection setup requests are as follows:
1. If DL_UU_OLC of NBMLdcAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is selected and the
cell is overloaded, admission fails. If DL_UU_OLC of
NBMLdcAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is deselected or the cell is not overloaded,
the RNC performs the next step.
2. The RNC checks whether the sum of DL,R99-Total and DL is less than or equal to
ThdDL,Nonctl. If yes, admission succeeds. Otherwise, admission fails.
ThdDL,Nonctl is the admission threshold for the downlink power load of non-HSPA services. The
threshold varies with resource request types, as described in Table 7-11.
Table 7-11 Admission thresholds for the downlink power load of non-HSPA services
Resource Request
Type
AMR services

Admission Threshold for the Downlink Power Load of Non-HSPA


Services (ThdDL,Nonctl)

If CSRABCacOptSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to
OFF, DlConvAMRThd(BSC6900,BSC6910) is used as
ThdDL,Nonctl.
If CSRABCacOptSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to ON:

Resource Request
Type

Admission Threshold for the Downlink Power Load of Non-HSPA


Services (ThdDL,Nonctl)
When the OLC algorithm is enabled (DL_UU_OLC of
NBMLdcAlgoSwitch is selected), the downlink OLC triggering
threshold (DlOlcTrigThd) is used as ThdDL,Nonctl.When the
OLC algorithm is disabled (DL_UU_OLC of
NBMLdcAlgoSwitch is deselected), ThdDL,Nonctl is 100%.

Non-AMR services

DlConvNonAMRThd(BSC6900,BSC6910)

Handovers

DlHOThd(BSC6900,BSC6910)

Others

DlOtherThd(BSC6900,BSC6910)

Admission Criteria for Other Resource Requests in an SC-HSDPA Cell (for the DCH RAB)
In an SC-HSDPA cell, if the bearer type is the DCH RAB, downlink admission based on
algorithm 1 succeeds when both the following criteria are met:

Non-HSPA power-based admission criterion: (DL,NonHSPA + DL) ThdDL,Nonctl


ThdDL,Nonctl is the admission threshold for the downlink power load of non-HSPA services.
See Table 7-12 for details.

Total cell power-based admission criterion: Any of the following three inequations
applies:
(DL,HSDPA-Total + DL) ThdDL,total
(DL,GBP-Total + DL) ThdDL,total
(DL,R99Prefer-Total + DL) ThdDL,total
ThdDL,total is the admission threshold for the total downlink power of the cell. See Table
7-12.
Table 7-12 Admission thresholds for the total downlink power of the cell
Resource
Request Type
AMR services

Admission Threshold for the Total Downlink Power of the Cell


(ThdDL,total)
o

If CSRABCacOptSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to
OFF, DlCellTotalThd(BSC6900,BSC6910) is used as
ThdDL,total.
If CSRABCacOptSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to

Resource
Request Type

Admission Threshold for the Total Downlink Power of the Cell


(ThdDL,total)
ON:
When the OLC algorithm is enabled (DL_UU_OLC of
NBMLdcAlgoSwitch is selected), DlOlcTrigThd is used as
ThdDL,total.When the OLC algorithm is disabled
(DL_UU_OLC of NBMLdcAlgoSwitch is deselected),
ThdDL,total is 100%.

Other services

DlCellTotalThd(BSC6900,BSC6910)

Admission Criteria for Other Resource Requests in an SC-HSDPA Cell (for the SCHSDPA RAB)
In an SC-HSDPA cell, if the bearer type is the SC-HSDPA RAB, downlink admission based on
algorithm 1 succeeds when either PBR-based admission or load-based admission succeeds.
PBR-based Admission Decisions
The RNC performs PBR-based admission control only when the HSDPA PBR measurement
switch is turned on (HSDPA_PBR_MEAS of NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is
set to 1).
The downlink PBR is the effective downlink throughput on all UEs corresponding to an SPI
successfully received by the NodeB. PBR is periodically reported by the NodeB to the RNC.
If the sum of PBRs of users implementing a certain service is greater than the sum of their GBRs
multiplied by a certain factor, the RNC determines that the QoS requirements of these users are
met. In this case, the RNC can admit new users. For streaming services and BE services, PBRbased admission succeeds if the following service-specific inequations apply:

Streaming services:

Where,
o
o

PBRstrm is the PBR of all existing streaming services.


Thdhsdpa-str is the PBR-based admission threshold for streaming services
HsdpaStrmPBRThd(BSC6900,BSC6910).
BE services:

Where,
o
o

PBRbe is the PBR of all existing BE services.


Thdhsdpa-be is the PBR-based admission threshold for BE services
HsdpaStrmPBRThd(BSC6900,BSC6910).

NOTE:
Conversational services in the PS domain carried on HSPA RABs can be considered as
streaming services in admission control.
Load-based Admission Decisions
Load-based admission succeeds only when both the following criteria are met:

GBP-based admission criterion: (DL,GBP + DL) DL,MaxHSPA


Total cell power-based admission criterion: Either of the following two inequations
applies:
(DL,HSDPA-Total + DL) ThdDL,total
(DL,GBP-Total + DL) ThdDL,total
ThdDL,total is the admission threshold for the total downlink power of the cell. For details
about the admission threshold, see Table 7-12.

Admission Criteria for Other Resource Requests in a DC-HSDPA Cell


Downlink admission control based on algorithm 1 depends on whether the Flexible Dual Carrier
HSDPA feature is enabled in the DC-HSDPA cell.
NOTE:
For details about the Flexible Dual Carrier HSDPA feature, see Flexible Dual Carrier HSDPA
Feature Parameter Description.

For a DC-HSDPA Cell with the Flexible Dual Carrier HSDPA Feature Disabled

The RNC performs admission control based on single carriers and the DC-HSDPA cell group.
For details about how to calculate the downlink cell power loads for single carriers and the DCHSDPA cell group, see Calculation of Downlink Power Load for a Cell.

The admission policies for different RAB types are as follows:

For the DCH RAB or SC-HSDPA RAB


The RNC performs power-based admission control on both single carriers and the DCHSDPA cell group. If the admission criteria are met, downlink admission based on
algorithm 1 succeeds. Otherwise, downlink admission based on algorithm 1 fails.

For the DC-HSDPA RAB


The RNC performs power-based admission control for each DC-HSDPA cell group.

Table 7-13 describes the admission policies for a DC-HSDPA cell group with the Flexible Dual
Carrier HSDPA feature disabled.
Table 7-13 Admission policies for a DC-HSDPA cell group with the Flexible Dual Carrier
HSDPA feature disabled
Bearer Type Admission
Level
DCH RAB

Single
carrier

Admission Policy
Same as the admission policy for an SC-HSDPA cell. For details,
see Admission Criteria for Other Resource Requests in an SCHSDPA Cell (for the DCH RAB).

DC-HSDPA The total GBP for a DC-HSDPA cell group is less than or equal to
cell group
the sum of admission thresholds for the total downlink power on
the primary cell and secondary cell.
For details about the admission threshold for the total downlink
power, see Table 7-12 .
SC-HSDPA
RAB

Single
carrier

Same as the admission policy for an SC-HSDPA cell. For details,


see Admission Criteria for Other Resource Requests in an SCHSDPA Cell (for the DCH RAB).

DC-HSDPA Load-based admission succeeds. The following criteria must be


cell group
both met:

NOTE:

The total GBP on the primary and secondary cells of the


DC-HSDPA cell group is less than or equal to the sum of
threshold for the maximum available HSDPA power on the
primary and secondary cells.
The total power on the primary and secondary cells of the
DC-HSDPA cell group is less than or equal to the sum of
threshold for the total downlink power on the primary and
secondary cells.

Bearer Type Admission


Level

Admission Policy

For details about the preceding criteria, see Admission Criteria for
Other Resource Requests in an SC-HSDPA Cell (for the SCHSDPA RAB).
DC-HSDPA
RAB

DC-HSDPA PBR-based admission or load-based admission succeeds.


cell group
PBR-based admission decisions
For streaming services and BE services, PBR-based
admission is performed only for all DC-HSDPA users in the
DC-HSDPA cell group. For details about the admission
criteria, see Admission Criteria for Other Resource Requests
in an SC-HSDPA Cell (for the SC-HSDPA RAB).

Load-based admission decisions


Both the following criteria are met:
Criterion 1: The total GBP on the primary and secondary
cells of the DC-HSDPA cell group is less than or equal to
the sum of threshold for the maximum available HSDPA
power on the primary and secondary cells.
Criterion 2: The total power on the primary and secondary
cells of the DC-HSDPA cell group is less than or equal to
the sum of threshold for the total downlink power on the
primary and secondary cells.

For a DC-HSDPA Cell with the Flexible Dual Carrier HSDPA Feature Enabled

Admission control is the same as that for a DB-HSDPA, 3C-HSDPA, or 4C-HSDPA Cell. For
details, see Admission Criteria for Other Resource Requests in a DB-HSDPA, 3C-HSDPA, or
4C-HSDPA Cell.
Admission Criteria for Other Resource Requests in a DB-HSDPA, 3C-HSDPA, or 4CHSDPA Cell
For details about how to calculate the GBP load for a multi-carrier HSDPA cell, see Calculation
of Downlink Power Load for a Cell.
In a DB-HSDPA/3C-HSDPA/4C-HSDPA cell or a DC-HSDPA cell with the Flexible Dual
Carrier HSDPA feature enabled, the RNC makes admission decisions on the primary and
secondary cells. Downlink admission based on algorithm 1 succeeds if load-based admission
succeeds on the primary or secondary cell.

The admission policies for different bearer types are as follows:

For the DCH RAB


Same as the admission policy for the DCH RAB in an SC-HSDPA cell. For details,
seeAdmission Criteria for Other Resource Requests in an SC-HSDPA Cell (for the DCH
RAB).

For the SC-HSDPA RAB


The RNC performs load-based admission decisions. The admission policy is the same as
that for the SC-HSDPA RAB in an SC-HSDPA cell. For details, see Admission Criteria
for Other Resource Requests in an SC-HSDPA Cell (for the SC-HSDPA RAB).

For the DC-HSDPA/DB-HSDPA/3C-HSDPA/4C-HSDPA RAB


The RNC performs load-based admission decisions. The admission policy is the same as
that for the SC-HSDPA RAB in an SC-HSDPA cell. For details, see Admission Criteria
for Other Resource Requests in an SC-HSDPA Cell (for the SC-HSDPA RAB).

7.3 Admission Control Algorithm 2


Algorithm 2 performs admission control based on the ENU and the expected ENU increase
caused by a new service. The measurement quantities relevant to the cell power load are
processed and reported by the load measurement module on the RNC. For details about cell load
measurements, see Load Control Feature Parameter Description.
Algorithm 2 applies to admission control in uplink and downlink.

7.3.1 ENU
Concept
When the activation factor is 100%, a 12.2 kbit/s AMR service is defined as one ENU. The
following aspects are considered when the ENU is calculated:

Cell type (a typical urban cell or a suburban cell)


Traffic QoS, which is the Block Error Rate (BLER)
Target number of retransmissions
Activation factor for a service type, which is set with the SET UADMCTRL command.

Table 7-14 describes the ENU references for some services in typical scenarios. The following
are typical configuration scenarios:

The cell is a typical urban cell.


The target BLER of R99 users in the cell is 1%.

Target number of retransmissions:


o 10% for 2 ms TTI HSUPA users
o 1% for 10 ms TTI HSUPA users
Activation factors for different service types:
o 10% for SRBs
o 50% for AMR 12.2 kbit/s services
o 10% for DCH PS services
o 100% for HSPA PS services

Table 7-14 ENU references in typical scenarios


Service

ENU
Uplink for
DCH

Downlink for
DCH

HSDPA

2 ms TTI
HSUPA

10 ms TTI
HSUPA

3.4 kbit/s

0.2847

0.0420

0.0279

0.3107

0.1369

13.6 kbit/s

0.5057

0.1115

0.0738

0.36

0.1655

3.4 kbit/s +
12.2 kbit/s

0.8196

0.5420

2.0242

1.0869

3.4 kbit/s + 8
kbit/s (PS
service)

0.7548

0.1044

0.545

3.5098

1.7611

3.4 kbit/s + 16 0.6500


kbit/s (PS
service)

0.1248

0.8749

3.8713

1.9786

3.4 kbit/s+ 32
kbit/s (PS
service)

0.6228

0.2187

1.463

4.5856

2.4106

3.4 kbit/s + 64 0.7566


kbit/s (PS
service)

0.3252

2.5545

5.9806

3.2625

3.4 kbit/s +
0.9248
128 kbit/s (PS
service)

0.5926

4.6851

8.6430

4.9192

3.4 kbit/s +
1.0305
144 kbit/s (PS
service)

0.6615

5.2225

9.2279

5.2463

3.4 kbit/s +
1.4399
256 kbit/s (PS
service)

1.0489

9.1193

13.1063

7.4698

3.4 kbit/s +

1.5523

13.9332

17.1227

9.8773

2.1150

384 kbit/s (PS


service)
3.4 kbit/s +
608kbit/s (PS
service)

24.9127

28.2614

3.4 kbit/s +
1280kbit/s (PS
service)

41.6353

39.8530

3.4 kbit/s +
2048kbit/s (PS
service)

50.8401

3.4 kbit/s +
2720kbit/s (PS
service)

55.5029

3.4 kbit/s +
5440kbit/s (PS
service)

86.8805

3.4 kbit/s +
512kbit/s (PS
service)

17.4993

3.4 kbit/s +
768kbit/s (PS
service)

27.2048

3.4 kbit/s +
1024kbit/s (PS
service)

38.4095

3.4 kbit/s +
1536kbit/s (PS
service)

76.9493

3.4 kbit/s +
1800kbit/s (PS
service)

104.5091

3.4 kbit/s +
2048kbit/s (PS
service)

130.6481

3.4 kbit/s +
3600kbit/s (PS
service)

272.9238

3.4 kbit/s +

743.0128

7200kbit/s (PS
service)
3.4 kbit/s +
8640kbit/s (PS
service)

1247.3427

3.4 kbit/s +
10100kbit/s
(PS service)

1531.0269

NOTE:
In Table 7-14:

HSDPA (3.4 kbit/s or 13.6kbit/s) indicates the ENU when SRB over HSDPA is used.
HSDPA (3.4 kbit/s + n kbit/s) indicates the ENU when SRB over DCH and TRB over
HSDPA are used.
HSUPA (3.4 kbit/s or 13.6kbit/s) indicates the ENU when SRB over HSUPA is used.
HSUPA (3.4 kbit/s + n kbit/s) indicates the ENU when SRB over DCH and TRB over
HSUPA are used.
When Turbo IC phase2 is enabled, the ENU for 2 ms TTI HSUPA is the same as the
ENU for 10 ms TTI HSUPA.

Calculation of Uplink ENU


Uplink admission control based on algorithm 2 uses the following load measurements:

Total uplink ENU load factor


It is represented by UL,ENU and calculated using the following formula:
UL,ENU= ENUUL,Total/ENUUL,Max+ UL,CCH
Where,
o
o
o

ENUUL,Total is the sum of ENUs corresponding to the RABs that have been used in
the cell.
UL,CCHis the reserved load on the uplink common channels. It is set by
UlCCHLoadFactor(BSC6900,BSC6910).
ENUUL,Max is the sum of ENUs in the uplink of the cell. It depends on the value of
UL_ENU_ADJ_BAS_ON_RTWP under the
NBMCacAlgoSwitch2(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter. When
UL_ENU_ADJ_BAS_ON_RTWP is set to OFF, ENUUL,Max is specified by the
UlTotalEqUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter. When
UL_ENU_ADJ_BAS_ON_RTWP is set to ON, the RNC adjusts the value of
ENUUL,Max according to the long-period filtering rise over thermal (RoT, which

reflects RTWP of the cell) at an interval specified by


UlTotalENUAdjPeriod(BSC6900,BSC6910).
If the long-period filtering RoT is greater than the value of
RoTControlTarget(BSC6900,BSC6910), the RNC decreases ENUUL,Max as
follows:
When ENUUL,Max is greater than the value of
UlTotalEqUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910)xUlTotalEqUserNum(BSC690
0,BSC6910), the RNC decreases ENUUL,Max to the value of the following
formula: Current ENUUL,Max x (1 Decrease step x 0.01)
Otherwise, ENUUL,Max remains unchanged.
If the long-period filtering RoT is less than the value of
UlTotalEqUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910)x 0.9, the RNC increases
ENUUL,Max as follows:
When the following conditions are met, the RNC increases ENUUL,Maxto the value
of the following formula: Current ENUUL,Max x (1 + Increase step x 0.01):
Condition 1: The current ENUUL,Max is less than the maximum value of
UlTotalEqUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910).
Condition 2: The current UL,ENU is less than the value of
UlLdrTrigThd(BSC6900,BSC6910).
Otherwise, ENUUL,Max remains unchanged.
NOTE:
o
o

A long-period filtering RoT is the RoT value obtained by a filter whose length is
30.
The short-period filtering RoT is the RoT value obtained by a filter whose length
is specified by UlCacAvgFilterLen(BSC6900,BSC6910) (the default value is
5).
Decrease step = Short-period filtering RoT
RoTControlTarget(BSC6900,BSC6910); its minimum value is 0 and its
minimum value is 10.
Increase step = RoTControlTarget(BSC6900,BSC6910)x 0.9 - Short-period
filtering RoT; its minimum value is 0 and its minimum value is 5.

When UL_ENU_ADJ_BAS_ON_RTWP under the


NBMCacAlgoSwitch2(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter is set to ON, uplink
admission control algorithm 2 is implemented based on the value of

RoTControlTarget(BSC6900,BSC6910). Before enabling this algorithm familiarize


yourself with the following issues:
o

It is now recommended that admission control algorithm 2 be used in the uplink


and UlTotalEqUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) be set to a large value or the
uplink admission control algorithm be disabled. This policy has a loose control on
the RTWP. As a result, the RTWP may have a great value, which affects the
uplink coverage. Admission control algorithm 2 helps control the RTWP by
controlling the admission, thereby improving the uplink coverage. However, it
will decrease the cell's access success rate and capacity. The degree of the
decrease depends on the RTWP target and the RTWP of the existing network.
Therefore, this algorithm is only recommended in a cell experiencing an RTWP
increase due to traffic increase when the operator wants to improve the uplink
coverage and accepts the decrease in the cell's access success rate and capacity.
Note that the traffic increase can be caused by an increase in the number of UEs
(the value of the VS.CellDCHUEs counter exceeds 50.)
If the current RTWP is much greater than
RoTControlTarget(BSC6900,BSC6910), the algorithm decreases ENUUL,Max
to impose strict admission control, so the following counters decrease: RRC
connection setup success rate, RAB setup success rate, F2D/P2D state transition
success rate, and hard handover success rate. Therefore, if the WRFD-160206 RB
Parking feature has been activated in the network, it is recommended that the RB
Parking feature and a loose RRC admission control algorithm be enabled in this
cell to avoid excessive admission rejections, which may result in frequent
reattempts of the UEs. To enable the algorithm, set
RRCCeCodeCacChoice(BSC6900,BSC6910) and
RRCCacChoice(BSC6900,BSC6910) to LOOSE_CAC.
NOTE:
To reduce the impact of this algorithm on CS services, it is recommended that the
preemption function be enabled for CS services, which improves access success
rate of CS services and CS service capacity. However, after this function is
enabled, the opportunities in which PS services are preempted increase and the PS
call drop rate increases. For details on preemption, see Load Control Feature
Parameter Description.

It is recommended that this algorithm be enabled on a cluster basis instead of for a


cell independently. Otherwise, the load of neighboring cells will raise the
background noise of the cell, leading to decrease in the number of UEs or
throughput of the cell.
If a cell has a high RTWP due to serious external interference, it is recommended
that the auto-adaptive background noise update algorithm be enabled to prevent a
dramatic decrease in cell capacity. For details about the auto-adaptive background
noise update algorithm, see Load Control Feature Parameter Description. When

ENUUL,Maxis dynamically adjusted, the total uplink ENU load (UL,ENU) also
changes, which affects the features that require decision of the cell load status, for
example, the Load Reshuffling (LDR) feature (which requires decision of whether
a cell is in the basic congestion state), the Inter-Frequency Load Balancing Based
on Configurable Load Threshold (CLB) feature, and the Measure-Based Directed
Retry (MBDR) feature. For details, see Load Control Feature Parameter
Description. The smaller the value of ENUUL,Max, the earlier the cell enters the
LDR, CLB, or MBDR state. The larger the value of ENUUL,Max, the later the cell
enters the LDR, CLB, or MBDR state. For details about the LDR and CLB
algorithms, see Load Control Feature Parameter Description. For details about
the MBDR algorithm, see Directed Retry Decision Feature Parameter
Description.
To know the adjusted value of ENUUL,Max, observe the counter
VS.RAC.AdjUlTotalEqUserNum.Mean.

Total uplink load factor of ENU for preferential admission of R99 services
It is represented by UL,R99Prefer-ENU.
When the GBR for HSUPA services is too high, the total uplink ENU load factor may
also be too high, and therefore R99 service admission is difficult. In this case, UL,R99PreferENU ensures that R99 services are preferentially admitted. It is calculated using the
following formula:
UL,R99Prefer-ENU= UL,DCH_ENU + ThdHSUPAMaxGBP
Where,
o

UL,DCH_ENUis the ENU load of all DCH RABs in a cell. It is the ratio of the sum
of ENUs for all DCH RABs to the maximum ENU in a cell
UlTotalEqUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910).
ThdHSUPAMaxGBPis the maximum guaranteed load threshold for HSUPA services
when the RNC makes an admission decision on an R99 service. It is set by
HsupaMaxGBPThd(BSC6900,BSC6910).

Calculation of Downlink ENU


Downlink admission control based on algorithm 2 uses the following load measurements:

Total downlink ENU load factor


It is represented by DL,ENU and calculated using the following formula:
DL,ENU= ENUDL,Total/ENUDL,Max+ DL,CCH

Where,
o

ENUDL,Total is the sum of ENUs for RABs that have been used in the cell. For
multi-carrier HSDPA users (such as DC-HSDPA/DB-HSDPA/3C-HSDPA/4CHSDPA users), the consumed downlink ENU is calculated only on the primary
cell.

ENUDL,Maxis the maximum ENU of the cell. It is set by


DlTotalEqUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910).
DL,CCHis the reserved load on the downlink common channels. It is set by
DlCCHLoadRsrvCoeff(BSC6900,BSC6910).
Total downlink ENU load factor for preferential admission of R99 services
It is represented by DL,R99Prefer-ENU.
When the GBR for HSDPA services is too high, the total downlink ENU load factor may
also be too high, and therefore R99 service admission is difficult. In this case, DL,R99PreferENU ensures that R99 services are preferentially admitted. It is calculated using the
following formula:
DL,R99Prefer-ENU= DL,DCH_ENU+ ThdHSDPAMaxGBP
Where,

DL,DCH_ENUis the ENU load of all DCH RABs in a cell. It is the ratio of the sum of ENUs
for all DCH RABs to the maximum ENU in a cell
DlTotalEqUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910).
ThdHSDPAMaxGBPis the maximum guaranteed load threshold for HSDPA services when the
RNC makes an admission decision on an R99 service. It is set by
HsdpaMaxGBPThd(BSC6900,BSC6910).

7.3.2 Uplink Admission Control Algorithm 2


Uplink admission control based on algorithm 2 depends on the overload state of a cell.
If a cell is not in the OLC state, the admission procedure is as follows:
1. The RNC calculates the uplink ENU load for the cell based on the statistics from the load
measurement module.
2. The RNC estimates the ENU load increase (UL,ENU) based on the initial admission rate
of the new service.
NOTE:
o

For details about the initial admission rate, see Load Control Feature Parameter
Description.

In admission control on an RRC connection setup request, the RNC calculates the
load increase based on the SRB rate carried in the RRC connection setup request.
The SRB rate of an RRC connection setup request is set by running the SET
URRCESTCAUSE command.
3. The RNC makes an admission decision.
The admission criteria vary with resource request types.

Admission criteria for RRC connection setup requests


o SRB Over DCH
Admission succeeds if either of the following inequalities is met:
UL,ENU + UL,ENU ThdUL,RRC
UL,R99Prefer-ENU + UL,ENU ThdUL,RRC-Total
o

SRB Over HSUPA


Admission succeeds if the following inequality is met:
UL,ENU + UL,ENU ThdUL,RRC
ThdUL,RRC indicates the uplink admission threshold for RRC connection setup
requests, and ThdUL,RRC-Total indicates the uplink total cell power-based admission
threshold for RRC connection setup requests. These thresholds use different
values for loose admission control and strict admission control. For details, see
Table 7-3 and Table 7-4.

Admission criteria for other resource requests


Other resource requests include RAB setup, RAB reconfiguration, handover, and cell
update. The admission criteria vary with bearer types and service types.
In the following admission criteria, ThdUL,Nonctl is the admission threshold for the uplink
power load of non-HSPA services, which is the same as the threshold in Table 7-5;
ThdUL,total is the admission threshold for the total uplink power of the cell, which is the
same as the threshold in Table 7-6.

If the bearer type is the DCH RAB, admission succeeds if either of the following criteria
are met:
Criterion 1: (UL,ENU + UL,ENU) ThdUL,Nonctl
Criterion 2: (UL,R99Prefer-ENU + UL,ENU) ThdUL,total

If the bearer type is the SC-HSUPA RAB, the criterion is as follows:


(UL,ENU + UL,ENU) ThdUL,Nonctl

If the bearer type is the DC-HSUPA RAB, the RNC performs admission control only on
the primary cell. The admission criterion is the same as that for the SC-HSUPA RAB.

If a cell is in the OLC state, the admission procedure is as follows:

If the RTWP anti-interference function switch is turned on


(RTWP_RESIST_DISTURB of NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is
selected), uplink admission based on algorithm 2 succeeds only when UL,ENU is less than
CellUlEquNumCapacity(BSC6900,BSC6910).
If the RTWP anti-interference function switch is turned off
(RTWP_RESIST_DISTURB of NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is
deselected), the RNC rejects the service request.

7.3.3 Downlink Admission Control Algorithm 2


This procedure is implemented as follows:
1. The RNC calculates the downlink ENU load for the cell based on the statistics from the
load measurement module.
2. The RNC estimates the ENU load increase (DL,ENU) based on the initial admission rate
of the new service.
NOTE:
o

For details about the initial admission rate, see Load Control Feature Parameter
Description.
o In admission control on an RRC connection setup request, the RNC calculates the
load increase based on the SRB rate carried in the RRC connection setup request.
The SRB rate of an RRC connection setup request is set by running the SET
URRCESTCAUSE command.
3. The RNC makes an admission decision.
The admission criteria vary with resource request types.

Admission criteria for RRC connection setup requests


o SRB Over DCH
Admission succeeds if either of the following inequalities is met:
DL,ENU + DL,ENU ThdDL,RRC
DL,R99Prefer-ENU + DL,ENU ThdDL,RRC-Total

SRB Over HSUPA


Admission succeeds if the following inequality is met:
DL,ENU + DL,ENU ThdDL,RRC
ThdDL,RRC indicates the downlink admission threshold for RRC connection setup
requests, and ThdDL,RRC-Total indicates the downlink total cell power-based
admission threshold for RRC connection setup requests. These thresholds use
different values for loose admission control and strict admission control. For
details, see Table 7-9 and Table 7-10.

Admission criteria for other resource requests


The admission criteria vary with bearer types. In the following admission criteria,
ThdDL,Nonctl is the downlink power-based admission threshold for non-HSPA services,
which is the same as the threshold in Table 7-11; ThdDL,total is the admission threshold for
the total downlink power of the cell, which is the same as the threshold in Table 7-12.
o

If the bearer type is the DCH RAB, admission succeeds if either of the following
criteria are met:
Criterion 1: (DL,ENU + DL,ENU) ThdDL,Nonctl
Criterion 2: (DL,R99Prefer-ENU + DL,ENU) ThdDL,total

If the bearer type is the SC-HSDPA RAB, the criterion is as follows:


(DL,ENU + DL,ENU) ThdDL,Nonctl

If the bearer type is the DC-HSDPA RAB, admission control on the DC-HSDPA
RAB depends on whether the Flexible DC-DB/HSDPA feature is enabled in the
DC-HSDPA cell.
If the Flexible Dual Carrier HSDPA feature is not enabled, admission control is
performed based on the DC-HSDPA cell group. Admission succeeds if the sum of
downlink ENU loads (DL,ENU) on the primary and secondary cells is less than or
equal to the sum of admission thresholds (ThdDL,Nonctl) for the primary and
secondary cells.
If the Flexible Dual Carrier HSDPA feature is enabled, admission control is
performed only on the primary cell. The admission criterion is the same as that for
the SC-HSDPA RAB.

If the bearer type is the DB-HSDPA/3C-HSDPA/4C-HSDPA RAB, admission


control is performed only on the primary cell. The admission criterion is the same
as that for the SC-HSDPA RAB.

7.4 Admission Control Algorithm 3


Algorithm 3 performs admission control based on the cell power load.
Algorithm 3 is similar to algorithm 1. The only difference is that the estimated power load
increase caused by the new service is always set to 0 in algorithm 3. In algorithm 3, the RNC
determines whether the current cell power load exceeds a preset threshold when making a
decision on a service request. If the cell power load exceeds the threshold, the RNC rejects the
service request. Otherwise, the RNC admits the service.
Algorithm 3 applies to admission control in uplink and downlink.

7.5 Admission Control Algorithm 4


Algorithm 4 performs admission control based on the expected load increase that corresponds to
the actual uplink service load.
Algorithm 4 applies to admission control only in uplink.

Calculation of the Actual Uplink Service Load


The total uplink service load factor is represented by UL,Actual-Total and calculated using the
following formula:
UL,Actual-Total = UL,Actual + UL,CCH
Where,

UL,Actual is the actual uplink service load factor. It considers RTWP measurement results,
the total uplink service load and the uplink minimum guaranteed service load.
o The total uplink service load includes R99 service load, HSUPA service load, and
control channel load.
o The uplink minimum guaranteed service load includes R99 service load, HSUPA
service load required by the HSUPA GBR, and control channel load.
For a DC-HSUPA cell, the actual uplink service load introduced by a DC-HSUPA
user is calculated and then apportioned on the primary and secondary cells based
on the user rate ratio per cell.

UL,CCH is the reserved load on the uplink common channels. It is set by


UlCCHLoadFactor(BSC6900,BSC6910).

NOTE:

For details about the preceding load, see Load Control Feature Parameter Description.
Measuring the uplink minimum guaranteed service load depends on the hardware. For
details, see Load Control Feature Parameter Description. When the feature of
Independent Demodulation of Signals from Multiple RRUs in One Cell is configured,
this cell does not support algorithm 4.
If measurements on the actual uplink service load for a cell are unavailable, for example,
when the relevant NodeB boards cannot report the measurement results, the RNC
performs admission control for the cell based on ENU (algorithm 2). For details about
ENU-based admission control, see section 7.3 Admission Control Algorithm 2.

Admission Decisions Based on Algorithm 4


The procedure for an uplink admission decision based on algorithm 4 is as follows:
1. The RNC calculates the uplink power load increase (UL) based on the initial admission
rate of the new service.
NOTE:
o

For details about the initial admission rate, see Load Control Feature Parameter
Description.
o In admission control on an RRC connection setup request, the RNC calculates the
load increase based on the SRB rate carried in the RRC connection setup request.
The SRB rate of an RRC connection setup request is set by running the SET
URRCESTCAUSE command.
2. If the sum of UL,Actual-Total and UL is less than or equal to Thd, admission based on
algorithm 4 succeeds. Otherwise, service admission fails.
Thd is the corresponding admission threshold, which depends on the resource request type.

For RRC connection setup requests


Thd is the uplink admission threshold for RRC connection setup requests (ThdUL,RRC),
which is described in Table 7-3 and Table 7-4.

For other resource requests


Thd is the uplink power-based admission threshold for non-HSPA services, which is
described in Table 7-5.

When the bearer type is the DC-HSUPA RAB:

For DC-HSUPA non-scheduling services, admission decisions are made only on the
primary cell.
For DC-HSUPA scheduling services, the RNC makes admission decisions on the primary
and secondary cells. Admission based on algorithm 4 succeeds if admission is successful
on the primary or secondary cell.

Comparison with Other Algorithms


Compared with algorithm 1 and algorithm 3, algorithm 4 enables the RNC to admit more users
and increases the user access success rate when the cell serves few users but the RTWP is large
due to high traffic volume.
Compared with algorithm 2, algorithm 4 tightens admission control and reduces the number of
admitted users when the total number of uplink equivalent users
UlTotalEqUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to a large value in algorithm 2.
Algorithm 4 is based on the actual uplink service load, which considers RTWP rise. Calculation
of RTWP rise involves the background noise. The value of background noise is updated
automatically if the auto-adaptive background noise update algorithm is enabled; otherwise, it is
a preset value. If the value of background noise involved in calculation is smaller than the actual
value, the calculated uplink service load is greater than its actual value and the admission success
rate decreases. If the value of background noise involved in calculation is greater than the actual
value, the admission success rate increases. However, the RTWP increases and the call drop rate
rises after more users have accessed the cell.

8 Common Channel Admission


This section describes CAC for common channels, which are classified in the following manner:

Common channels except the enhanced FACH and enhanced RACH channels
The common channels except the EFACH (E-FACH for short) and ERACH (E-RACH
for short) channels are referred to as traditional common channels in the following
sections.

E-FACH and E-RACH channels

8.1 CAC on Traditional Common Channels


The amount of consumed resources for traditional common channels keeps a steady level in
general. The RNC does not perform admission control on users over traditional common
channels except the users over the FACH, on which the RNC will perform admission control by
considering the number of online users on the FACH and the cell overload status.

8.1.1 CAC for Users on the FACH

The number of online users on the FACH per cell is limited by RNC. Generally, the maximum
number of online users on the FACH is 30. The number can be increased to 60 by turning on
FACH_60_USER_SWITCH of the CacSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter in the SET
UCACALGOSWITCH command. The restriction on the number of online users on the FACH
can be canceled by turning on FACH_USER_NUM_NOT_CTRL of the
NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter in the ADD
UCELLALGOSWITCH command.
NOTE:
When FACH_60_USER_SWITCH under the NBMFACHCTRLALGOSWITCH parameter in
the ADD UCELLFACHCONGCTRL command is selected, the maximum number of UEs in
the CELL_FACH state in a specified cell is increased to 60. The ADD
UCELLFACHCONGCTRL command is automatically executed when you enable the WRFD160253 Automatic Congestion Handler feature. Manually executing this command is not
recommended.
NOTICE:
When the FACH_USER_NUM_NOT_CTRL switch is turned on, the number of available
radio resources will decrease and FACHs will possibly become congested if the number of
online users on the FACH has reached or exceeded the maximum number specified by
FACH_60_USER_SWITCH and the number is still increasing.
If internal RNC specifications are reached, the RNC rejects subsequent service requests on the
FACH.
The RNC performs flow control in case of FACH congestion in a cell. For details, see Flow
Control Feature Parameter Description.
With CAC, an overloaded cell can accept FACH resource requests only from emergency calls,
detachments, and registrations. Admitting or rejecting FACH resource requests from other
service types in an overloaded cell is specified by FACH_UU_ADCTRL of
NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910).

When this switch is turned on, FACH resource requests from other service types in an
overloaded cell are rejected.
When this switch is turned off, the RNC decides whether to admit the request according
to the number of online users on the FACH per cell.

8.1.2 Reserved Resources for Traditional Common Channels


The reserved resources for traditional common channels are as follows:

NodeB CE resources

The NodeB reserves CE resources for traditional common channels. For details about CE
consumption for common channels, see CE Resource Management Feature Parameter
Description.

Iub transmission resources


The RNC reserves Iub transmission bandwidth for traditional common channels. For
details about CAC based on Iub transmission resources, see Transmission Resource
Management Feature Parameter Description.

Code resources
Traditional common channels are first set up when a cell is established. Channel code
resources have been allocated when channel setup is complete.

Power resources
The RNC reserves some power resources for traditional common channels and the
resource reserving thresholds are configurable.
o
o
o

Reserved power load factor for the uplink common channel: It is set by
UlCCHLoadFactor(BSC6900,BSC6910).
Reserved power load factor for the downlink common channels: It is set by
DlCCHLoadRsrvCoeff(BSC6900,BSC6910).
Reserved power load factor for the HSUPA downlink common control channels,
including E-AGCH, E-RGCH, and E-HICH channels: It is set by
DlHSUPARsvdFactor(BSC6900,BSC6910).

NOTE:
The reserved power specified by UlCCHLoadFactor(BSC6900,BSC6910) /
DlCCHLoadRsrvCoeff(BSC6900,BSC6910) is mainly used for RACH and FACH. The
power consumed for other types of traditional common channels is fixed and calculated in the
total downlink power load of the cell, and therefore does not need to be reserved.

8.2 CAC on the E-FACH or E-RACH


The E-FACH and E-RACH channels are over HSPA channels, which consume more resources
than traditional common channels do. Therefore, the RNC implements CAC based on Iub
transmission resources, number of users, and power resources in turn.

8.2.1 CAC Based on Iub Transmission Resources


For details about CAC based on Iub transmission resources, see Transmission Resource
Management Feature Parameter Description.

8.2.2 CAC Based on the Number of E-FACH and E-RACH Users


The admission criteria based on the number of E-FACH and E-RACH users are as follows:

For a resource request on the E-FACH


If the number of E-FACH users in a cell does not exceed the value of
MAXEFACHUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) after the resource request is admitted,
the RNC will admit the resource request. Otherwise, the RNC will reject the resource
request.

For a resource request on the E-RACH


If the number of E-RACH users in a cell does not exceed the value of
MAXERACHUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) after the resource request is admitted,
the RNC will admit the resource request. Otherwise, the RNC will reject the resource
request.

8.2.3 CAC Based on Power Resources


The admission policy based on the power resources for resource requests on the E-FACH and ERACH is similar to that for resource requests on common HSPA channels.

Power-based admission algorithms 1, 3 and 4


When one of algorithms 1, 3 and 4 is selected in
NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) or
NBMDlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910), the admission policy for resource
requests on the E-FACH and E-RACH is basically the same as that for RAB setup
requests of the SC-HSDPA/SC-HSUPA services. The only difference is that the
estimated load increase of a new E-FACH or E-RACH user is set to 0 because E-FACH
and E-RACH activities are low.

Power-based admission algorithm 2


This algorithm is not implemented for resource requests on the E-FACH and E-RACH.
When algorithm 2 is selected in NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) or
NBMDlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910), the power-based admission
algorithm does not take effect for resource requests on the E-FACH and E-RACH. In this
situation, the RNC implements CAC based only on Iub resources and number of users.
With CAC, an overloaded cell can accept E-FACH resource requests only from
emergency calls, detachments, and registrations. Admitting or rejecting E-FACH
resource requests from other service types in an overloaded cell is specified by
FACH_UU_ADCTRL of NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910).

When this switch is turned on, E-FACH resource requests from other service types in an
overloaded cell are rejected.
When this switch is turned off, the RNC decides whether to admit the request according
to the number of E-FACH users per cell.
FACH_UU_ADCTRL of NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) also takes
effect for E-RACH users in an overloaded cell. This is because the E-RACH depends on
the E-FACH and E-RACH users consume the E-FACH resources in downlink.

9 Follow-up Processing in the Case of


Admission Failures
To maximize the access success rate, CAC works with the rate negotiation function and features
WRFD-010505 Queuing and Pre-Emption and WRFD-020400 DRD Introduction Package.
If service admission fails, the RNC performs Directed Retry Decision (DRD) to admit the
service in one of the neighboring cells that support blind handovers and meet the signal quality
requirements. DRD is controlled by a switch. For details about DRD, see Directed Retry
Decision Feature Parameter Description.
If the service fails to be admitted to any of the preceding neighboring cells, the RNC implements
the following operations:

For R99 services: Rate negotiation, queuing, and preemption are performed. For details,
see Load Control Feature Parameter Description.
For HSPA services: HSPA services are degraded to R99 services and then attempt to
access cells by cell priorities on the candidate cell list.

10 Engineering Guidelines
10.1 WRFD-020101 Admission Control
This section describes how to activate, verify, and deactivate the basic feature WRFD-020101
Admission Control.

10.1.1 Feature Deployment


10.1.1.1 Requirements

Requirements for hardware


Uplink power admission algorithm 4 introduced in RAN14.0 makes admission decisions
based on the total uplink service load that depends on the NodeB boards' measurement of

the uplink service load. Only part of NodeB boards supports the measurement. Therefore,
not all NodeBs support uplink power admission algorithm 4. The following NodeBs do
not support uplink power admission algorithm 4:
o
o
o

BTS3812A, BTS3812E, and BTS3812AE


DBS3800
3900 series base stations configured with a WBBPa board or a 20 W RRU3801C
Requirements for other features
None

License
This feature is not under license control.

10.1.1.2 Activation
10.1.1.2.1 Using MML Commands

WRFD-020101 Admission Control consists of four functions, which are NodeB credit resourcebased CAC, Iub transmission resource-based CAC, cell code resource-based CAC, and cell
power resource-based CAC. Iub transmission resource-based CAC is automatically activated and
the other three functions need to be activated separately. There is no particular sequence in which
the other three functions must be activated.
Activating NodeB Credit Resource-based CAC

NOTE:
NodeB credit resource-based CAC shares the admission policy parameters (including Credit
and Code CAC Choice for RRC and CS RAB Setup Resource Allocation Switch) and
parameters related to downlink control (including DL Credit and Code Reserved SF for RRC
and DL Handover Credit and Code Reserved SF) with cell code resource-based CAC.
1. Run the RNC MML command SET UCACALGOSWITCH. In this step, select
NODEB_CREDIT_CAC_SWITCH(NodeB Credit CAC Switch) from the CAC
algorithm switch drop-down list to turn on the NodeB credit resource-based CAC switch
at the RNC level.
2. Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH. In this step, select
CRD_ADCTRL(Credit Admission Control Algorithm) from the Cell CAC algorithm
switch drop-down list to turn on the NodeB credit resource-based CAC switch at the cell
level.
3. Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH to set the admission
policy parameters. In this step, set Credit and Code CAC Choice for RRC to
LOOSE_CAC or STRICT_CAC and set CS RAB Setup Resource Allocation Switch
to ON or OFF.

4. Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLCAC.

If Credit and Code CAC Choice for RRC is set to STRICT_CAC, set UL Credit
Reserved SF for RRC and DL Credit and Code Reserved SF for RRC in this step.
If CS RAB Setup Resource Allocation Switch is set to OFF, set UL handover credit
reserved SF and DL Handover Credit and Code Reserved SF in this step.

Activating Iub Transmission Resource-based CAC

This function is automatically activated without the need for manual operations.
Activating Cell Code Resource-based CAC

NOTE:
Cell code resource-based CAC shares the admission policy parameters (including Credit and
Code CAC Choice for RRC and CS RAB Setup Resource Allocation Switch) and parameters
related to downlink control (including DL Credit and Code Reserved SF for RRC and DL
Handover Credit and Code Reserved SF) with NodeB credit resource-based CAC.
1. Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH to set the admission
policy parameters. In this step, set Credit and Code CAC Choice for RRC to
LOOSE_CAC or STRICT_CAC and set CS RAB Setup Resource Allocation Switch
to ON or OFF.
2. Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLCAC.

If Credit and Code CAC Choice for RRC is set to STRICT_CAC, set DL Credit and
Code Reserved SF for RRC in this step.
If CS RAB Setup Resource Allocation Switch is set to OFF, set DL Handover Credit
and Code Reserved SF in this step.

Activating Cell Power Resource-based CAC

1. Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH to select the uplink and
downlink power admission algorithms. In this step, set Uplink CAC algorithm switch
and Downlink CAC algorithm switch.
NOTE:
To disable cell power resource-based CAC in uplink or downlink, set Uplink CAC
algorithm switch or Downlink CAC algorithm switch to ALGORITHM_OFF.
2. Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH to set the admission
policy parameters. In this step, set Power CAC Choice for RRC to LOOSE_CAC or
STRICT_CAC and set CS RAB Setup Resource Allocation Switch to ON or OFF.

NOTE:
CS RAB Setup Resource Allocation Switch is used among NodeB credit resourcebased CAC, cell code resource-based CAC, and cell power resource-based CAC.
3. Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLCAC to set the power admission
parameters when Uplink CAC algorithm switch or Downlink CAC algorithm switch
is set to a value other than ALGORITHM_OFF. The following table describes the
parameters to be set based on different parameter setting criteria.
Category

Parameter Setting
Criterion

RRC admission Power CAC Choice for


parameters
RRC is set to
STRICT_CAC.

Parameter to Be Set
RT Service RRC CAC Power Thd
Offset
Non-RT Service RRC Power CAC
Thd Offset
Other Service RRC Power CAC Thd
Offset

Uplink
Uplink CAC algorithm
admission
switch is set to a value other
threshold for
than ALGORITHM_OFF.
resource
requests from
other services in
an R99 cell
Uplink CAC algorithm
switch is set to
ALGORITHM_SECOND.

UL Threshold of Conv AMR Service

Downlink
Downlink CAC algorithm
admission
switch is set to a value other
threshold for
than ALGORITHM_OFF.
resource
requests from
other services in
an R99 cell
Downlink CAC algorithm
switch is set to
ALGORITHM_SECOND.

DL Threshold of Conv AMR Service

UL Threshold of Conv Non_AMR


Service
UL Handover Access Threshold
UL Threshold of Other Services
UL Total Power Threshold

DL Threshold of Conv non_AMR


Service
DL Handover Access Threshold
DL Threshold of Other Services
DL Total Power Threshold

Activating RTWP-based Dynamic Adjustment of Total UL Equivalent Users

1. Run the RNC MML command ADD/MOD UCELLCAC with Target RoT for UL
Total ENU Adjustment set to an appropriate value.

NOTE:
When Switch for Cell Load Control is set to UL_UU_OLC, it is recommended that
Target RoT for UL Total ENU Adjustment be set to a value smaller than the value of
10*log(1/(1- UlOlcTrigThd(BSC6900,BSC6910)))to ensure that admission control is
implemented before overload control.
The smaller the value of the Target RoT for UL Total ENU Adjustment parameter, the
greater the decrease in the access success rate and capacity. Therefore, it is recommended
that the value of this parameter be set and adjusted based on the average RTWP during
busy hours and the network plan.
2. Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH. In this step, select the
ALGORITHM_SECOND check box under the Uplink CAC algorithm switch
parameter and select the UL_ENU_ADJ_BAS_ON_RTWP check box under the Cell
CAC algorithm switch 2 parameter.
10.1.1.2.2 MML Command Examples
//Activating NodeB credit resource-based CAC
SET UCACALGOSWITCH: CacSwitch=NODEB_CREDIT_CAC_SWITCH-1;
MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH: CellId=11, NBMCacAlgoSwitch=CRD_ADCTRL-1;
MOD UCELLCAC: CellId=11, UlHoCeResvSf=SF16;
//Activating cell code resource-based CAC
MOD UCELLCAC: CellId=11, UlNonCtrlThdForAMR=75, UlNonCtrlThdForNonAMR=75,
UlNonCtrlThdForOther=60, DlConvAMRThd=80, DlConvNonAMRThd=80, DlOtherThd=75,
UlNonCtrlThdForHo=80, DlHOThd=85, UlCellTotalThd=83, DlCellTotalThd=90,
DlHoCeCodeResvSf=SF32;
//Activating cell power resource-based CAC
MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH: CellId=11, NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch=ALGORITHM_SECOND,
NBMDlCacAlgoSelSwitch=ALGORITHM_FIRST;
//Activating RTWP-based dynamic adjustment of total UL equivalent users
MOD UCELLCAC: CellId=11, RoTControlTarget=100;
MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH: CellId=11, NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch=ALGORITHM_SECOND,
NBMCacAlgoSwitch2=UL_ENU_ADJ_BAS_ON_RTWP-1;
10.1.1.2.3 Using the CME

NOTE:

When configuring the Admission Control feature on the CME, perform a single
configuration first, and then perform a batch modification if required.
Configure the parameters of a single object before a batch modification. Perform a batch
modification before logging out of the parameter setting interface.

1. Configure a single object (such as a cell) on the CME.

Set parameters on the CME according to the operation sequence in Table 10-1 . For
instructions on how to perform the CME single configuration, see CME Single
Configuration Operation Guide.
2. (Optional) Modify objects in batches on the CME. (CME batch modification center)
To modify objects in batches, click
on the CME to start the batch modification wizard. For
instructions on how to perform a batch modification through the CME batch modification center,
press F1 on the wizard interface to obtain online help.
Table 10-1 Parameters to be set on the CME
S
N

Managed Object
(MO)

NE Parame
ter
Name

Parameter ID

Configura
ble in
CME
Batch
Modificat
ion
Center

UCELLALGOSW RN Credit
RRCCeCodeCacChoice(BSC6900,B Yes
C
and
ITCH
SC6910)
Code
CAC
Choice
for RRC
Power
RRCCacChoice(BSC6900,BSC6910)
CAC
Choice
for RRC
CS RAB CSRABCacOptSwitch(BSC6900,BS
Setup
C6910)
Resourc
e
Allocati
on
Switch
Uplink NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,
CAC
BSC6910)
Algorith
m
Switch
Downlin NBMDlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,
k CAC BSC6910)
Algorith

S
N

Managed Object
(MO)

NE Parame
ter
Name

Parameter ID

Configura
ble in
CME
Batch
Modificat
ion
Center

m
Switch
2

UCACALGOSWI
TCH

RN CAC
CacSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910)
C
Algorith
m
Switch

Yes

Cell
NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,BSC
CAC
6910)
Algorith
m
Switch
3

UCELLCAC

RN UL
UlRRCCeResvSf(BSC6900,BSC691
C
Credit
0)
Reserve
d SF for
RRC
DL
DlRRCCeCodeResvSf(BSC6900,BS
Credit
C6910)
and
Code
Reserve
d SF for
RRC
UL
UlHoCeResvSf(BSC6900,BSC6910)
Handove
r Credit
Reserve
d SF
DL
DlHoCeCodeResvSf(BSC6900,BSC
Handove 6910)
r Credit
and
Code
Reserve
d SF

Yes

S
N

Managed Object
(MO)

NE Parame
ter
Name

RT
Service
RRC
CAC
Power
Thd
Offset

Parameter ID

RTRRCCacThdOffset(BSC6900,BS
C6910)

Non-RT NRTRRCCacThdOffset(BSC6900,B
Service SC6910)
RRC
Power
CAC
Thd
Offset
Other
Service
RRC
Power
CAC
Thd
Offset

OtherRRCCacThdOffset(BSC6900,B
SC6910)

UL
UlNonCtrlThdForAMR(BSC6900,BS
Threshol C6910)
d of
Conv
AMR
Service
UL
UlNonCtrlThdForNonAMR(BSC6900
Threshol ,BSC6910)
d of
Conv
Non_A
MR
Service
UL
UlNonCtrlThdForHo(BSC6900,BSC6
Handove 910)

Configura
ble in
CME
Batch
Modificat
ion
Center

S
N

Managed Object
(MO)

NE Parame
ter
Name

Parameter ID

r Access
Threshol
d
UL
UlNonCtrlThdForOther(BSC6900,B
Threshol SC6910)
d of
Other
Services
UL
UlCellTotalThd(BSC6900,BSC6910)
Total
Power
Threshol
d
DL
DlConvAMRThd(BSC6900,BSC6910
Threshol )
d of
Conv
AMR
Service
DL
DlConvNonAMRThd(BSC6900,BSC
Threshol 6910)
d of
Conv
non_AM
R
Service
DL
DlHOThd(BSC6900,BSC6910)
Handove
r Access
Threshol
d
DL
DlOtherThd(BSC6900,BSC6910)
Threshol
d of
Other

Configura
ble in
CME
Batch
Modificat
ion
Center

S
N

Managed Object
(MO)

NE Parame
ter
Name

Parameter ID

Configura
ble in
CME
Batch
Modificat
ion
Center

Services
DL
DlCellTotalThd(BSC6900,BSC6910)
Total
Power
Threshol
d
RN Target
RoTControlTarget(BSC6900,BSC69 Yes
C
RoT for 10)
UL
Total
ENU
Adjustm
ent

UCELLCAC

UCELLALGOSW RN Uplink
C
CAC
ITCH
algorith
m
switch

NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900, Yes
BSC6910)

Cell
NBMCacAlgoSwitch2(BSC6900,BS
CAC
C6910)
algorith
m
switch 2
10.1.1.3 Activation Observation
The procedure for verifying ENU-based downlink admission control on R99 non-real-time PS
services is as follows:
1. Enable a UE in the idle state to camp on the test cell, which is named CELL_A11.
2. Set the PS service type to interactive on the HLR.
3. Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLCAC to set DL total equivalent user
number to 1 for CELL_A11.
4. Connect the UE to a laptop through the USB port and initiate a PS service.

Expected result: The PS service fails to be set up. In the Iu Interface Trace window, an
RANAP_RAB_ASSIGNBMENT_RESP message sent from the RNC to the CN is
displayed, containing the cause value "no-radio-resources-available-in-target-cell."
5. Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLCAC to set DL total equivalent user
number to 80 for CELL_A11.
6. Connect the UE to a laptop through the USB port and initiate a PS service.
Expected result: The PS service is successfully set up.
10.1.1.4 Deactivation
10.1.1.4.1 Using MML Commands

Iub transmission resource-based CAC and cell code resource-based CAC are mandatory and
cannot be deactivated. The following procedure describes how to deactivate NodeB credit
resource-based CAC, cell power resource-based CAC and RTWP-based Dynamic Adjustment of
Total UL Equivalent Users.
Deactivating NodeB Credit Resource-Based CAC

1. Run the RNC MML command SET UCACALGOSWITCH. In this step, deselect
NODEB_CREDIT_CAC_SWITCH(NodeB Credit CAC Switch) from the CAC
algorithm switch drop-down list to turn off the NodeB credit resource-based CAC
switch at the RNC level.
2. Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH. In this step, deselect
CRD_ADCTRL(Credit Admission Control Algorithm) from the Cell CAC algorithm
switch drop-down list to turn off the NodeB credit resource-based CAC switch at the cell
level.
Deactivate cell power resource-based CAC

Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH. In this step, set Uplink CAC
algorithm switch and Downlink CAC algorithm switch to ALGORITHM_OFF.
Deactivating RTWP-based Dynamic Adjustment of Total UL Equivalent Users

Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH. In this step, deselectthe
ALGORITHM_OFF check box under the Uplink CAC algorithm switch parameter and
deselect the UL_ENU_ADJ_BAS_ON_RTWPcheck box under theCell CAC algorithm switch
2parameter.
10.1.1.4.2 MML Command Examples
//Deactivating NodeB credit resource-based CAC
SET UCACALGOSWITCH: CacSwitch=NODEB_CREDIT_CAC_SWITCH-0;
MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH: CellId=11, NBMCacAlgoSwitch=CRD_ADCTRL-0;
//Deactivating cell power resource-based CAC

MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH: CellId=11, NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch=ALGORITHM_OFF,


NBMDlCacAlgoSelSwitch=ALGORITHM_OFF;
//Deactivating RTWP-based dynamic adjustment of total UL equivalent users
CellId=11, NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch=ALGORITHM_OFF,
NBMCacAlgoSwitch2=UL_ENU_ADJ_BAS_ON_RTWP-0;
10.1.1.4.3 Using the CME

NOTE:

When configuring the Admission Control feature on the CME, perform a single
configuration first, and then perform a batch modification if required.
Configure the parameters of a single object before a batch modification. Perform a batch
modification before logging out of the parameter setting interface.

1. Configure a single object (such as a cell) on the CME.


Set parameters on the CME according to the operation sequence in Table 10-2 . For
instructions on how to perform the CME single configuration, see CME Single
Configuration Operation Guide.
2. (Optional) Modify objects in batches on the CME. (CME batch modification center)
To modify objects in batches, click
on the CME to start the batch modification wizard.
For instructions on how to perform a batch modification through the CME batch
modification center, press F1 on the wizard interface to obtain online help.
Table 10-2 Parameters to be set on the CME
S
N

MO

NE Parame
ter
Name

Parameter ID

UCACALGOSWI
TCH

UCELLALGOSW RN Uplink NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900 Yes


C
CAC
ITCH
,BSC6910)
Algorith
m
Switch

RN CAC
CacSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910)
C
Algorith
m
Switch

Downlin NBMDlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900

Configura
ble in
CME
Batch
Modificati
on Center
Yes

S
N

MO

NE Parame
ter
Name

Parameter ID

Configura
ble in
CME
Batch
Modificati
on Center

k CAC ,BSC6910)
Algorith
m
Switch
3

UCELLALGOSW RN Uplink
C
CAC
ITCH
algorith
m
switch

NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900 Yes
,BSC6910)

Cell
NBMCacAlgoSwitch2(BSC6900,BS
CAC
C6910)
algorith
m
switch 2

10.1.2 Performance Monitoring


Monitoring RRC Connection Setup Requests

Monitoring the radio resource control (RRC) connection setup success rate
Monitor the radio resource control (RRC) connection setup success rate of service
initiation by observing the KPI RRC Setup Success Ratio (Cell.Service). Monitor the
success rate of RRC connection setups due to causes other than service setup requests,
which include cell reselection and registration, by observing the KPI RRC Setup Success
Ratio (Cell.Other). If the two KPIs meet the requirements, the current cell resource
admission is in a good state. In this case, parameters do not need to be optimized. If any
of the two KPIs does not meet the requirement, observe other counters to locate the major
cause of the RRC connection admission failures.

Monitoring the total number of failed RRC connection setup requests


Monitor the total number of failed RRC connection setup requests by observing the
RNC-level counter VS.RRC.Rej.Sum. This counter measures the total number of failed
RRC connection setup requests, due to various causes such as Network Congestion,
Transmission Setup Failure, and RAN Integrated Flow Control.

The total number of RRC admission failures caused by radio resource congestion is
monitored by the counter VS.RRC.FailConnEstab.Cong, which measures the total
number of failed RRC admission requests due to congestion of different resources such
as uplink/downlink power, uplink/downlink Iub bandwidth, uplink/downlink CE
resources, and downlink code resources. The number of RRC admission failures due to
each type of radio resource congestion is monitored by a dedicated counter, as shown in
the following table. If congestion occurs in both the uplink and downlink due to
insufficiency of the same resource, only the corresponding counter related to
insufficiency of the uplink resource is measured.
Counter Name

Description

VS.RRC.FailConnEstab.Cong

Number of RRC Connection Rejects Due to Network


Congestion for Cell

VS.RRC.Rej.ULPower.Cong

Number of RRC Connection Rejects for Cell (UL


Power Congestion)

VS.RRC.Rej.DLPower.Cong

Number of RRC Connection Rejects for Cell (DL


Power Congestion)

VS.RRC.Rej.ULIUBBand.Cong

Number of RRC Connection Rejects for Cell (UL Iub


Bandwidth Congestion)

VS.RRC.Rej.DLIUBBand.Cong

Number of RRC Connection Rejects for Cell (DL Iub


Bandwidth Congestion)

VS.RRC.Rej.ULCE.Cong

Number of RRC Connection Rejects for Cell (UL CE


Resource Congestion)

VS.RRC.Rej.DLCE.Cong

Number of RRC Connection Rejects for Cell (DL CE


Resource Congestion)

VS.RRC.Rej.Code.Cong

Number of RRC Connection Rejects for Cell (Code


Resource Congestion)

VS.RRC.Rej.NodeBResUnavail

Number of RRC Connection Rejects Due to NodeB


Resource Unavailable

If a large number of RRC admission failures are caused by a type of resource congestion,
consider optimizing the parameters according to section 10.1.3 Parameter Optimization.
Monitoring RAB Setup Requests

Monitoring the RAB setup success rate


Monitor the RAB setup success rates for AMR, VP, CS, PS, HSDPA, and HSUPA
services by observing the KPIs in the following table. If the RAB setup success rate
meets the requirement, the current cell resource admission is in a good state. In this case,
parameters do not need to be optimized. If the RAB setup success rate does not meet the

requirement, observe other counters to locate the major cause of the RAB admission
failures.
Counter Name

Description

AMR RAB Setup Success


Ratio(Cell)

This KPI is used to check the RAB Setup Success


Ratio of the AMR service in a cell.

VP RAB Setup Success


Ratio(Cell)

This KPI is used to check the RAB Setup Success


Ratio of the Video Phone (VP) service in a cell.

CS RAB Setup Success Ratio


(Cell)

This KPI is used to check the RAB Setup Success


Ratio of all CS services in a cell.

CS RAB Setup Success Ratio


(RNC)

This KPI is used to check the RAB Setup Success


Ratio of all CS services in an RNC.

PS RAB Setup Success Ratio


(Cell)

This KPI is used to check the RAB Setup Success


Ratio of all PS services in a cell.

PS RAB Setup Success Ratio


(RNC)

This KPI is used to check the RAB Setup Success


Ratio of all PS services in an RNC.

HSDPA RAB Setup Success


Ratio(Cell)

This KPI is used to check the RAB Setup Success


Ratio of the HSDPA service in a cell.

HSUPA RAB Setup Success


Ratio(Cell)

This KPI is used to check the RAB Setup Success


Ratio of the HSUPA service in a cell.

Monitoring the number of failures caused by radio resource congestion


The number of failed RAB setup requests for CS services due to each type of radio
resource congestion is monitored by a dedicated counter, as shown in the following table.
Counter Name

Description

VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.Cong

Number of Failed CS RAB Establishments


due to Congestion

VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.ULPower.Cong

Number of Failed CS RAB Establishments


for Cell (UL Power Congestion)

VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.DLPower.Cong

Number of Failed CS RAB Establishments


for Cell (DL Power Congestion)

VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.DLIUBBand.Cong

Number of Failed CS RAB Establishments


for Cell (DL Iub Bandwidth Congestion)

VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.ULIUBBand.Cong

Number of Failed CS RAB Establishments


for Cell (UL Iub Bandwidth Congestion)

Counter Name

Description

VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.ULCE.Cong

Number of Failed CS RAB Establishments


for Cell (UL CE Congestion)

VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.DLCE.Cong

Number of Failed CS RAB Establishments


for Cell (DL CE Congestion)

VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.Code.Cong

Number of Failed CS RAB Establishments


for Cell (Code Congestion)

The number of failed RAB setup requests for PS services due to each type of radio resource
congestion is monitored by a dedicated counter, as shown in the following table.
Counter Name

Description

VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.Cong

Number of Failed PS RAB Establishments for


Cell (Congestion)

VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.ULPower.Cong

Number of Failed PS RAB Establishments for


Cell (UL Power Congestion)

VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.DLPower.Cong

Number of Failed PS RAB Establishments for


Cell (DL Power Congestion)

VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.DLIUBBand.Cong

Number of Failed PS RAB Establishments for


Cell (DL Iub Bandwidth Congestion)

VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.ULIUBBand.Cong

Number of Failed PS RAB Establishments for


Cell (UL Iub Bandwidth Congestion)

VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.ULCE.Cong

Number of Failed PS RAB Establishments for


Cell (UL CE Congestion)

VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.DLCE.Cong

Number of Failed PS RAB Establishments for


Cell (DL CE Congestion)

VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.Code.Cong

Number of Failed PS RAB Establishments for


Cell (Code Congestion)

VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.ULCE.FinalCong

Number of PS RAB Setup Failures Caused by


Admission Failures in the Last Candidate Cell
Due to Uplink CE Congestion

Based on the preceding counters, check the resource congestion status of the cell and take
optimization measures. For example, VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.ULCE.FinalCong indicates the
number of PS RAB setup failures caused by congestion of uplink CEs during admission of RAB
setup on the DCH in both the uplink and downlink. The larger the value of this counter, the more
insufficient the uplink credit resources. If this counter is excessively large, consider adding
boards to the NodeB in order to increase uplink CE credit resources.

NOTE:
VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.xxx.Cong or VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.xxx.Cong measures RAB setup
failures in the first candidate cell due to insufficiency of a certain type of resource after all
required admission measures have been taken, for example, inter-frequency DRD, rate
negotiation, preemption, and queuing. VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.xxx.FinalCong measures RAB
setup failures in the first candidate cell due to insufficiency of a certain type of resource after all
required admission measures have been taken, for example, inter-frequency DRD, rate
negotiation, preemption, and queuing.For details about the inter-frequency DRD process, see
Load Control Feature Parameter Description.

10.1.3 Parameter Optimization


Optimizing Parameters Related to Admission of RRC Connection Setup Requests
If the performance monitoring results show that the RRC connection setup success rate does not
meet the requirement and a type of resource congestion causes a large number of failed RRC
admission requests, determine whether the admission control parameters can be optimized
according to the following rules:
When loose RRC admission is used (RRCCeCodeCacChoice(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to
LOOSE_CAC and RRCCacChoice(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to LOOSE_CAC), the RRC
connection setup success rate cannot be improved through parameter optimization.
If strict RRC admission is used (RRCCacChoice(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to
STRICT_CAC), determine whether any admission parameters can be optimized according to
suggestions in the following table.
Resource Congested

Suggestion in Optimizing Admission Control Parameters

Uplink credit resource

Check the value of the UlRRCCeResvSf(BSC6900,BSC6910)


parameter. If the value is small, too many resources are reserved. In
this case, you are advised to change the parameter to a value greater
than or equal to 64. If the value is large, consider other suggestions
in parameter optimization.

Downlink credit resource


and code resource

Check the value of the


DlRRCCeCodeResvSf(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter. If the
value is small, too many resources are reserved. In this case, you are
advised to set this parameter to a value greater than or equal to 128.
If the value is large, you are advised to follow other suggestions in
parameter optimization.

Optimizing Parameters Related to Admission of RAB Setup Requests

If the performance monitoring results show that the RAB setup success rate does not meet the
requirement and a type of resource congestion causes a large number of failed RAB admission
requests, determine whether the admission control parameters can be optimized according to the
following rules:
If the performance monitoring results show that the RAB setup success rate of CS services does
not meet the requirement, and the RAB setup failures are mostly caused by congestion of the
following resources: uplink and downlink power, uplink and downlink credit resources, and
uplink and downlink code resources, optimize parameters related to the admission of RAB power
resources for CS services. For example:

Increase the uplink power admission threshold


(UlNonCtrlThdForAMR(BSC6900,BSC6910)) and the downlink power admission
threshold (DlConvAMRThd(BSC6900,BSC6910)) for AMR services.
Enable optimized resource allocation of CS RAB setup resources by setting
CSRABCacOptSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) to ON to increase the threshold for
RAB admission of CS services.

NOTE:
In addition to adjusting the admission threshold, you can also enable related functions, such as
preemption, to increase the CS service setup success rate. For details about the preemption
function, see Load Control Feature Parameter Description.
If the performance monitoring results show that the RAB setup success rate of PS services does
not meet the requirement, optimize the RAB admission parameters for PS services. For example:

If a large number of failures of admission requests are caused by the uplink power
resource congestion:
o Check the value of NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) (switch
for the uplink power admission algorithm). If
NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910)is set to
ALGORITHM_FIRST or ALGORITHM_THIRD, you can change it to
ALGORITHM_SECOND.
o Check the value of UlTotalEqUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910). If it is less
than 120, you can increase the value.
o Check the value of UlNonCtrlThdForOther(BSC6900,BSC6910) (threshold
for uplink power admission). If it is less than the recommended value, you can set
it to the recommended value. When the admission threshold for PS services is
greater than or equal to the recommended admission threshold, you are advised
not to increase the threshold, because admitting too many users may result in
more severe cell congestion. In this case, you are advised to use other methods
described in section "Other Optimization Suggestions" to reduce admission
failures.
If most failures of admission requests are caused by the downlink power resource
congestion:

Check the value of NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) (switch


for the downlink power admission algorithm). If
NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to
ALGORITHM_SECOND, you are advised to change it to
ALGORITHM_FIRST or ALGORITHM_THIRD.
o Check the value of DlOtherThd(BSC6900,BSC6910) (threshold for downlink
power admission). If it is less than the recommended value, you can set it to the
recommended value. When the admission threshold for PS services is greater than
or equal to the recommended admission threshold, you are advised not to increase
the threshold, because admitting too many users may result in more severe cell
congestion. In this case, you are advised to use other methods described in section
"Other Optimization Suggestions" to reduce admission failures.
If most failures of admission requests are caused by congestion of downlink code
resources or uplink and downlink credit resources:
o Check the value of DlHoCeCodeResvSf(BSC6900,BSC6910) (threshold for
admission of downlink code and credit resources). If it is less than SF32, set it to
SF32 to reduce resources to be reserved. If this parameter is set to a value greater
than or equal to SF32, do not increase the value. Otherwise, resources reserved
for handovers are insufficient, resulting in handover failures and call drops.
o Check the value of UlHoCeResvSf(BSC6900,BSC6910) (threshold for
admission of uplink credit resources). If it is less than SF16, set it to SF16 to
reduce resources to be reserved. If this parameter is set to a value greater than or
equal to SF16, do not increase the value. Otherwise, resources reserved for
handovers are insufficient, resulting in handover failures and call drops.
o

Other Optimization Suggestions


If the RRC connection setup success rate or RAB setup success rate still does not meet the
requirement or the resource congestion is still severe after the preceding optimization measures
have been taken, consider optimizing the load control or networking policy or expanding
hardware capacity. For example:

Optimizing the load control policy: Enable load reshuffling (LDR) to alleviate the
congestion. For details, see section "Load Reshuffling" in Load Control Feature
Parameter Description.
Optimizing the networking policy: Check whether the load is balanced among cocoverage carriers. If the load is unbalanced, adjust the reselection, DRD, and LDR
policies to balance the load.
Expanding hardware capacity: If the CE resources are insufficient, add boards to expand
resources. If the Uu interface or code resources are insufficient, add carriers. If the Iub
resources are insufficient, expand the bandwidth of the Iub interface.

NOTE:
This section only provides the optimized policies without details. For details, contact Huawei
technical support personnel.

10.2 WRFD-01061003 HSDPA Admission Control


This section describes how to activate, verify, and deactivate the optional feature WRFD01061003 HSDPA Admission Control.

10.2.1 Feature Deployment


10.2.1.1 Requirements

Requirements for hardware


None

Requirements for other features


The feature WRFD-010610 HSDPA Introduction Package has been configured before
this feature is activated.

License
The license controlling this feature has been activated. For details about the license
control items and how to activate the license, see License Management Feature
Parameter Description.
This feature is controlled by the license for the WRFD-010610 HSDPA Introduction
Package. For details about this license, see HSDPA Feature Parameter Description.
This feature is not under license control.

Others
The feature WRFD-020101 Admission Control has been activated. For details, see
section 10.1 WRFD-020101 Admission Control.

10.2.1.2 Activation
10.2.1.2.1 Using MML Commands

This section describes how to activate the feature WRFD-01061003 HSDPA Admission Control
after the feature WRFD-020101 Admission Control has been activated.
1. Activate NodeB credit resource-based CAC.
See 10.1.1.2.1 Using MML Commands in 10.1 WRFD-020101 Admission Control.
2. Activate Iub transmission resource-based CAC.

This function is automatically activated without the need for manual operations.
NOTE:
You can modify the Iub transmission bandwidth by running the following RNC MML
commands:
o

BSC6900: MOD ATMLOGICPORT, MOD IPPATH, MOD RSCGRP, and


MOD ADJNODE
o BSC6910: MOD ATMLOGICPORT and MOD ADJNODE
3. Activate CAC based on the number of HSDPA users.
For CAC based on the number of HSDPA users, the configurable parameters are as
follows:
a. Maximum HSDPA user number in the RNC MML command MOD
UCELLCAC.
b. NodeB Max HSDPA User Number in the RNC MML command MOD
UNODEBALGOPARA.
4. Activate cell power resource-based CAC.
. Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH. In this step,
select a downlink power admission algorithm from the Downlink CAC
algorithm switch drop-down list.
a. Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH. In this step,
select the relevant admission algorithms from the Cell CAC algorithm switch
drop-down list, including HSDPA_GBP_MEAS(HSDPA GBP Meas
Algorithm), HSDPA_PBR_MEAS(HSDPA PBR Meas Algorithm), and
HSDPA_UU_ADCTRL(HSDPA UU Load Admission Control Algorithm).
b. If HSDPA_PBR_MEAS(HSDPA PBR Meas Algorithm) is selected, you need
to run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLCAC to set HSDPA Streaming
PBR Threshold, HSDPA Best Effort PBR Threshold, and UL Total Power
Threshold.
10.2.1.2.2 MML Command Examples
//Activating NodeB credit resource-based CAC
SET UCACALGOSWITCH: CacSwitch=NODEB_CREDIT_CAC_SWITCH-1;
MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH: CellId=11, NBMCacAlgoSwitch=CRD_ADCTRL-1;
MOD UCELLCAC: CellId=11, UlHoCeResvSf=SF16, DlHoCeCodeResvSf=SF32;
//Activating CAC based on the number of HSDPA users
MOD UNODEBALGOPARA: IDTYPE=BYNAME, NodeBName="nodeb1",
NodeBHsdpaMaxUserNum=6144;
MOD UCELLCAC: CellId=11, MaxHsdpaUserNum=64;
//Activating cell power resource-based CAC
MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH: CellId=11, NBMDlCacAlgoSelSwitch=ALGORITHM_FIRST;
MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH: CellId=11, NBMCacAlgoSwitch=HSDPA_UU_ADCTRL1&HSDPA_GBP_MEAS-1&HSDPA_PBR_MEAS-1;
MOD UCELLCAC: CellId=11, UlCellTotalThd=83, HsdpaStrmPBRThd=70,
HsdpaBePBRThd=30;

10.2.1.2.3 Using the CME

NOTE:

When configuring the HSDPA Admission Control feature on the CME, perform a single
configuration first, and then perform a batch modification if required.
Configure the parameters of a single object before a batch modification. Perform a batch
modification before logging out of the parameter setting interface.

1. Configure a single object (such as a cell) on the CME.


Set parameters on the CME according to the operation sequence in Table 10-3 . For
instructions on how to perform the CME single configuration, see CME Single
Configuration Operation Guide.
2. (Optional) Modify objects in batches on the CME. (CME batch modification center)
To modify objects in batches, click
on the CME to start the batch modification wizard. For
instructions on how to perform a batch modification through the CME batch modification center,
press F1 on the wizard interface to obtain online help.
Table 10-3 Parameters to be set on the CME
S
N

MO

NE Parame
ter
Name

BSC6900:
IPPATH
BSC6910:
IPPOOL

RN Forward TXBW
C
Bandwi
dth

Parameter ID

Configur
able in
CME
Batch
Modificat
ion
Center
No

Backwa RXBW
rd
Bandwi
dth

ATMLOGICPOR RN Forward TXBW(BSC6900,BSC6910)


C
Bandwi
T
dth
Backwa RXBW(BSC6900,BSC6910)
rd

No

S
N

MO

NE Parame
ter
Name

Parameter ID

Configur
able in
CME
Batch
Modificat
ion
Center

Bandwi
dth
2

UCELLALGOSW RN Cell
NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6 Yes
C
CAC
ITCH
910)
Algorith
m
Switch
Downlin NBMDlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,
k CAC BSC6910)
algorith
m
switch

UNODEBALGOP RN NodeB NodeBHsdpaMaxUserNum(BSC690


C
Max
ARA
0,BSC6910)
HSDPA
User
Number

UCELLCAC

Yes

RN HSDPA HsdpaStrmPBRThd(BSC6900,BSC6 Yes


C
Streami 910)
ng PBR
Thresho
ld
HSDPA HsdpaBePBRThd(BSC6900,BSC691
Best
0)
Effort
PBR
Thresho
ld
UL
UlCellTotalThd(BSC6900,BSC6910)
Total
Power
Thresho
ld
Maximu MaxHsdpaUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6

S
N

MO

NE Parame
ter
Name

Parameter ID

Configur
able in
CME
Batch
Modificat
ion
Center

m
910)
HSDPA
User
Number
10.2.1.3 Activation Observation
1. Enable UE1 and UE2 in the idle state to camp on the test cell, which is named
CELL_A11. CELL_A11 supports HSDPA and serves only UE1 and UE2.
2. Set the PS service type to background or interactive on the HLR.
3. Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLCAC to set Maximum HSDPA user
number to 1 for CELL_A11.
4. Establish an HSDPA PS service on UE1.
Expected result: The service is established successfully. Check the RRC_RB_SETUP
message over the Uu interface. You can view that the new-H-RNTI IE is under the rbmappinginfo IE and the value of the dl-TransportChannel-Type IE is hsdsch.
5. Establish an HSDPA PS service on UE2.
Expected result: The service fails to be established. Check the RRC_RB_SETUP
message over the Uu interface. You can view that the new-H-RNTI IE is not under the
rb-mappinginfo IE and the value of the dl-TransportChannel-Type IE is dch.
6. Release all the PS services in CELL_A11.
7. Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLCAC to set Maximum HSDPA user
number to 64 for CELL_A11.
8. Establish HSDPA PS services on UE1 and UE2.
Expected result: The services are established successfully on UE1 and UE2.
10.2.1.4 Deactivation
Iub transmission resource-based CAC and CAC based on the number of HSDPA users are
mandatory and cannot be deactivated.
The procedures for deactivating NodeB credit resource-based CAC and cell power resourcebased CAC are the same as those described in 10.1 WRFD-020101 Admission Control.

10.2.2 Performance Monitoring


For monitoring of admission for RRC connection setup requests, see section 10.1.2 Performance
Monitoring.
Monitor the RAB setup success rate of HSDPA services by observing the KPI HSDPA RAB
Setup Success Ratio(Cell).
The methods of monitoring radio resources (credit resources, code resources, power resources,
and Iub resources) admission of RAB setup requests for HSDPA services are similar to those
described in section "Optimizing Parameters Related to Admission of RAB Setup Requests" in
section 10.1.2 Performance Monitoring. The only difference is that the number of HSDPA UEs
is considered during admission of RAB setup requests for HSDPA services. The following table
lists the traffic statistics counters used for monitoring the admission of RAB setup requests for
HSDPA services.
Counter Name
VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.HSDPAUser.Cong

Description
Number of Failed PS RAB Establishments for
Cell (New RAB Setup Failures When the
Maximum Number of HSDPA UEs Is Reached)

10.2.3 Parameter Optimization


If a large number of admission requests are rejected due to the reason that the maximum number
of HSDPA is exceeded, whereas the admission failures caused by insufficiency of other
resources such as power and code resources are comparatively fewer, compare the number of
UEs specified in the license file with the values of the
NodeBHsdpaMaxUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) and
MaxHsdpaUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameters. If the value of the
NodeBHsdpaMaxUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) or
MaxHsdpaUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter is less than the number of UEs in the
license file, increase the value of NodeBHsdpaMaxUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) or
MaxHsdpaUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910).If the value of
NodeBHsdpaMaxUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) or
MaxHsdpaUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) is equal to the number in the license file,
purchase more licensed UEs and increase the value of
NodeBHsdpaMaxUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) or
MaxHsdpaUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910).
For the parameter optimization for admission failures caused by congestion of other resources,
see section 10.1.3 Parameter Optimization.

10.3 WRFD-01061202 HSUPA Admission Control

This section describes how to activate, verify, and deactivate the optional feature WRFD01061202 HSUPA Admission Control.

10.3.1 Feature Deployment


10.3.1.1 Requirements

Requirements for hardware


None

Requirements for other features


The feature WRFD-010612 HSUPA Introduction Package has been configured before
this feature is activated.

License
The license controlling this feature has been activated. For details about the license
control items and how to activate the license, see License Management Feature
Parameter Description.
This feature is controlled by the license for the WRFD-010612 HSUPA Introduction
Package. For details about this license, see HSUPA Feature Parameter Description.
This feature is not under license control.

Others
The feature WRFD-020101 Admission Control has been activated. For details, see 10.1
WRFD-020101 Admission Control.

10.3.1.2 Activation
10.3.1.2.1 Using MML Commands

This section describes how to activate the feature WRFD-01061202 HSUPA Admission Control
after the feature WRFD-020101 Admission Control has been activated.
1. Activate NodeB credit resource-based CAC.
See 10.1.1.2.1 Using MML Commands.
2. Activate Iub transmission resource-based CAC.
This function is automatically activated without the need for manual operations.

NOTE:
You can modify the Iub transmission bandwidth by running the following RNC MML
commands:
o

BSC6900: MOD ATMLOGICPORT, MOD IPPATH, MOD RSCGRP, and


MOD ADJNODE
o BSC6910: MOD ATMLOGICPORT and MOD ADJNODE
3. Activate CAC based on the number of HSUPA users.
CAC based on the number of HSUPA users is mandatory for HSUPA services and this
function is automatically activated. The configurable parameters are as follows:
a. Maximum HSUPA user number in the RNC MML command MOD
UCELLCAC.
b. NodeB Max HSUPA User Number in the RNC MML command MOD
UNODEBALGOPARA.
4. Activate cell power resource-based CAC.
. Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH. In this step,
select an uplink power admission algorithm from the Uplink CAC algorithm
switch drop-down list.
a. For HSUPA services, run the RNC MML command MOD
UCELLALGOSWITCH. In this step, select the relevant admission algorithms
from the Cell CAC algorithm switch drop-down list, including
HSUPA_PBR_MEAS(HSUPA PBR Meas Algorithm),
HSUPA_EDCH_RSEPS_MEAS(HSUPA EDCH RSEPS Meas Algorithm),
and HSUPA_UU_ADCTRL(HSUPA UU Load Admission Control
Algorithm).
b. If HSUPA_PBR_MEAS(HSUPA PBR Meas Algorithm) is selected, you need
to run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLCAC to set Low Priority
HSUPA User PBR Threshold, Equal Priority HSUPA User PBR Threshold,
and High Priority HSUPA User PBR Threshold.
10.3.1.2.2 MML Command Examples
//Activating NodeB credit resource-based CAC
SET UCACALGOSWITCH: CacSwitch=NODEB_CREDIT_CAC_SWITCH-1;
MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH: CellId=11, NBMCacAlgoSwitch=CRD_ADCTRL-1;
MOD UCELLCAC: CellId=11, UlHoCeResvSf=SF16, DlHoCeCodeResvSf=SF32;
//Activating CAC based on the maximum number of HSUPA users
MOD UNODEBALGOPARA: IDTYPE=BYNAME, NodeBName="nodeb1",
NodeBHsdpaMaxUserNum=6144;
MOD UCELLCAC: CellId=11, MaxHsupaUserNum=20;
//Activating cell power resource-based CAC
MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH: CellId=11, NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch=ALGORITHM_SECOND;
MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH: CellId=11, NBMCacAlgoSwitch=HSUPA_UU_ADCTRL1&HSUPA_PBR_MEAS-1&HSUPA_EDCH_RSEPS_MEAS-1;
MOD UCELLCAC: CellId=11, HsupaLowPriorityUserPBRThd=100,
HsupaEqualPriorityUserPBRThd=100, HsupaHighPriorityUserPBRThd=100;

10.3.1.2.3 Using the CME

NOTE:

When configuring the HSDPA Admission Control feature on the CME, perform a single
configuration first, and then perform a batch modification if required.
Configure the parameters of a single object before a batch modification. Perform a batch
modification before logging out of the parameter setting interface.

1. Configure a single object (such as a cell) on the CME.


Set parameters on the CME according to the operation sequence in Table 10-4. For
instructions on how to perform the CME single configuration, see CME Single
Configuration Operation Guide.
2. (Optional) Modify objects in batches on the CME. (CME batch modification center)
To modify objects in batches, click
on the CME to start the batch modification wizard. For
instructions on how to perform a batch modification through the CME batch modification center,
press F1 on the wizard interface to obtain online help.
Table 10-4 Parameters to be set on the CME
S
N

MO

NE Param
eter
Name

BSC6900:
IPPATH
BSC6910:
IPPOOL

RN Forwar TXBW
C d
Bandwi
dth

Parameter ID

Configur
able in
CME
Batch
Modifica
tion
Center
No

Backwa RXBW
rd
Bandwi
dth
ATMLOGICPO
RT

RN Forwar TXBW(BSC6900,BSC6910)
C d
Bandwi
dth

No

S
N

MO

NE Param
eter
Name

Parameter ID

Configur
able in
CME
Batch
Modifica
tion
Center

Backwa RXBW(BSC6900,BSC6910)
rd
Bandwi
dth
2

UCELLALGOS
WITCH

RN Cell
C CAC
Algorit
hm
Switch

NBMCacAlgoSwitch(BSC6900,BSC691 Yes
0)

Uplink NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch(BSC6900,B
CAC
SC6910)
algorith
m
switch
3

UNODEBALGO
PARA

RN NodeB NodeBHsupaMaxUserNum(BSC6900,
C Max
BSC6910)
HSUPA
User
Number

UCELLCAC

RN Maxim MaxHsupaUserNum(BSC6900,BSC691 Yes


C um
0)
HSUPA
User
Number
Low
HsupaLowPriorityUserPBRThd(BSC69
Priority 00,BSC6910)
HSUPA
User
PBR
Thresho
ld
Equal
HsupaEqualPriorityUserPBRThd(BSC
Priority 6900,BSC6910)
HSUPA
User

Yes

S
N

MO

NE Param
eter
Name

Parameter ID

Configur
able in
CME
Batch
Modifica
tion
Center

PBR
Thresho
ld
High
HsupaHighPriorityUserPBRThd(BSC6
Priority 900,BSC6910)
HSUPA
User
PBR
Thresho
ld
10.3.1.3 Activation Observation
1. Enable UE1 and UE2 in the idle state to camp on the test cell, which is named
CELL_A11. CELL_A11 supports HSUPA and serves only UE1 and UE2.
2. Set the PS service type to background or interactive on the HLR.
3. Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLCAC to set Maximum HSUPA user
number to 1 for CELL_A11.
4. Establish an HSUPA PS service on UE1.
Expected result: The service is established successfully. Check the rb-mappinginfo IE in
the RRC_RB_SETUP message over the Uu interface. You can view that the value of the
ul-TrCH-Type IE is e-dch.
5. Establish an HSUPA PS service on UE2.
Expected result: The service fails to be established. Check the rb-mappinginfo IE in the
RRC_RB_SETUP message over the Uu interface. You can view that the value of the rrcStateinditator IE is CELL_DCH.
6. Release all the PS services in CELL_A11.
7. Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLCAC to set Maximum HSUPA user
number to 20 for CELL_A11.
8. Establish HSUPA PS services on UE1 and UE2.
Expected result: The services are established successfully on UE1 and UE2.
10.3.1.4 Deactivation

Iub transmission resource-based CAC and CAC based on the number of HSUPA users are
mandatory and cannot be deactivated.
The procedures for deactivating NodeB credit resource-based CAC and cell power resourcebased CAC are the same as those described in 10.1 WRFD-020101 Admission Control.

10.3.2 Performance Monitoring


For monitoring of admission for RRC connection setup requests, see section 10.1.2 Performance
Monitoring.
Monitor the RAB setup success rate of HSUPA services by observing the KPI HSUPA RAB
Setup Success Ratio(Cell).
The methods of monitoring radio resources (credit resources, code resources, power resources,
and Iub resources) admission of RAB setup requests for HSUPA services are the same as those
in section "Optimizing Parameters Related to Admission of RAB Setup Requests" in section
10.1.2 Performance Monitoring. The only difference is that the number of HSUPA UEs is
considered during admission of RAB setup requests for HSUPA services. The following table
lists the traffic statistics counters used for monitoring the admission of RAB setup requests for
HSUPA services.
Counter Name
VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.HSUPAUser.Cong

Description
Number of Failed PS RAB Establishments for
Cell (New RAB Setup Failures When the
Maximum Number of HSUPA UEs Is Reached)

10.3.3 Parameter Optimization


If a large number of admission requests are rejected due to the reason that the maximum number
of HSDPA is exceeded, whereas the admission failures caused by insufficiency of other
resources such as power and code resources are comparatively fewer, compare the number of
UEs specified in the license file with the values of the
NodeBHsupaMaxUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) and
MaxHsupaUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameters. If the value of the
NodeBHsupaMaxUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) or
MaxHsupaUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter is less than the number of UEs in the
license file, increase the value of NodeBHsupaMaxUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) or
MaxHsupaUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910). If the value of
NodeBHsupaMaxUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) or
MaxHsupaUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) is equal to the number in the license file,
purchase more licensed UEs and increase the value of
MaxHsupaUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910) or
MaxHsupaUserNum(BSC6900,BSC6910).

For the parameter optimization for admission failures caused by congestion of other resources,
see section 10.1.3 Parameter Optimization.

11 Parameters
Table 11-1 Parameter description
Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

RsvS
witch
0

N None Meaning: RRM algorithm reserved U32 Switch Para 0. The 32-bit
o
parameter is reserved for further change request use. Disuse
n
statement: This parameter is used temporarily in patch versions
e
and will be replaced with a new parameter in later versions. The
new parameter ID reflects the parameter function. Therefore, this
parameter is not recommended for the configuration interface.

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

SET
UCE
LLA
LGO
RSV
PAR
A

Description

GUI Value Range: RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT1,


RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT2,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT3,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT4,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT5,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT6,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT7,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT8,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT9,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT10,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT11,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT12,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT13,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT14,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT15,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT16,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT17,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT18,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT19,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT20,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT21,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT22,

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT23,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT24,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT25,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT26,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT27,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT28,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT29,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT30,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT31,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT32
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT1,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT2,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT3,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT4,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT5,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT6,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT7,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT8,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT9,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT10,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT11,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT12,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT13,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT14,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT15,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT16,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT17,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT18,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT19,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT20,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT21,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT22,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT23,

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT24,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT25,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT26,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT27,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT28,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT29,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT30,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT31,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT32
Default Value:
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT1:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT
2:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT3:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_
BIT4:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT5:0,RESERVED_SWITCH
_0_BIT6:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT7:0,RESERVED_SWI
TCH_0_BIT8:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT9:0,RESERVED_
SWITCH_0_BIT10:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT11:0,RESER
VED_SWITCH_0_BIT12:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT13:0,R
ESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT14:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT
15:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT16:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_
0_BIT17:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT18:0,RESERVED_SWI
TCH_0_BIT19:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT20:0,RESERVE
D_SWITCH_0_BIT21:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT22:0,RES
ERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT23:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT24:
0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT25:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_
BIT26:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT27:0,RESERVED_SWIT
CH_0_BIT28:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT29:0,RESERVED_
SWITCH_0_BIT30:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT31:0,RESER
VED_SWITCH_0_BIT32:0
RsvS
witch
0

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

SET
UCE
LLA
LGO
RSV
PAR
A

N None Meaning: RRM algorithm reserved U32 Switch Para 0. The 32-bit
o
parameter is reserved for further change request use. Disuse
n
statement: This parameter is used temporarily in patch versions
e
and will be replaced with a new parameter in later versions. The
new parameter ID reflects the parameter function. Therefore, this
parameter is not recommended for the configuration interface.

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

GUI Value Range: RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT1,


RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT2,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT3,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT4,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT5,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT6,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT7,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT8,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT9,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT10,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT11,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT12,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT13,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT14,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT15,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT16,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT17,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT18,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT19,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT20,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT21,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT22,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT23,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT24,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT25,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT26,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT27,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT28,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT29,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT30,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT31,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT32
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT1,

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT2,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT3,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT4,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT5,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT6,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT7,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT8,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT9,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT10,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT11,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT12,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT13,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT14,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT15,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT16,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT17,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT18,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT19,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT20,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT21,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT22,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT23,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT24,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT25,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT26,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT27,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT28,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT29,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT30,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT31,
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT32
Default Value:
RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT1:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT
2:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT3:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_
BIT4:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT5:0,RESERVED_SWITCH

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

_0_BIT6:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT7:0,RESERVED_SWI
TCH_0_BIT8:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT9:0,RESERVED_
SWITCH_0_BIT10:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT11:0,RESER
VED_SWITCH_0_BIT12:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT13:0,R
ESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT14:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT
15:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT16:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_
0_BIT17:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT18:0,RESERVED_SWI
TCH_0_BIT19:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT20:0,RESERVE
D_SWITCH_0_BIT21:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT22:0,RES
ERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT23:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT24:
0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT25:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_
BIT26:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT27:0,RESERVED_SWIT
CH_0_BIT28:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT29:0,RESERVED_
SWITCH_0_BIT30:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_0_BIT31:0,RESER
VED_SWITCH_0_BIT32:0
RsvS
witch
2

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

SET
UAL
GOR
SVP
ARA

N None Meaning: RRM algorithm reserved U32 Switch Para 2. The 32-bit
o
parameter is reserved for further change request use. Disuse
n
statement: This parameter is used temporarily in patch versions
e
and will be replaced with a new parameter in later versions. The
new parameter ID reflects the parameter function. Therefore, this
parameter is not recommended for the configuration interface.
GUI Value Range: RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT1,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT2,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT3,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT4,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT5,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT6,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT7,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT8,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT9,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT10,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT11,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT12,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT13,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT14,

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT15,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT16,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT17,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT18,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT19,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT20,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT21,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT22,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT23,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT24,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT25,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT26,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT27,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT28,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT29,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT30,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT31,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT32
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT1,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT2,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT3,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT4,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT5,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT6,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT7,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT8,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT9,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT10,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT11,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT12,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT13,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT14,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT15,

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT16,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT17,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT18,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT19,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT20,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT21,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT22,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT23,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT24,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT25,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT26,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT27,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT28,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT29,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT30,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT31,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT32
Default Value:
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT1:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT
2:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT3:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_
BIT4:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT5:0,RESERVED_SWITCH
_2_BIT6:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT7:0,RESERVED_SWI
TCH_2_BIT8:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT9:0,RESERVED_
SWITCH_2_BIT10:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT11:0,RESER
VED_SWITCH_2_BIT12:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT13:0,R
ESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT14:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT
15:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT16:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_
2_BIT17:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT18:0,RESERVED_SWI
TCH_2_BIT19:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT20:0,RESERVE
D_SWITCH_2_BIT21:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT22:0,RES
ERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT23:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT24:
0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT25:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_
BIT26:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT27:0,RESERVED_SWIT
CH_2_BIT28:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT29:0,RESERVED_
SWITCH_2_BIT30:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT31:0,RESER

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

VED_SWITCH_2_BIT32:0
RsvS
witch
2

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

SET
UAL
GOR
SVP
ARA

N None Meaning: RRM algorithm reserved U32 Switch Para 2. The 32-bit
o
parameter is reserved for further change request use. Disuse
n
statement: This parameter is used temporarily in patch versions
e
and will be replaced with a new parameter in later versions. The
new parameter ID reflects the parameter function. Therefore, this
parameter is not recommended for the configuration interface.
GUI Value Range: RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT1,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT2,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT3,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT4,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT5,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT6,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT7,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT8,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT9,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT10,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT11,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT12,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT13,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT14,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT15,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT16,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT17,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT18,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT19,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT20,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT21,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT22,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT23,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT24,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT25,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT26,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT27,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT28,

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT29,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT30,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT31,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT32
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT1,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT2,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT3,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT4,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT5,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT6,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT7,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT8,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT9,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT10,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT11,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT12,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT13,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT14,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT15,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT16,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT17,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT18,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT19,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT20,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT21,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT22,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT23,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT24,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT25,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT26,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT27,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT28,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT29,

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RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT30,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT31,
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT32
Default Value:
RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT1:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT
2:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT3:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_
BIT4:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT5:0,RESERVED_SWITCH
_2_BIT6:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT7:0,RESERVED_SWI
TCH_2_BIT8:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT9:0,RESERVED_
SWITCH_2_BIT10:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT11:0,RESER
VED_SWITCH_2_BIT12:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT13:0,R
ESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT14:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT
15:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT16:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_
2_BIT17:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT18:0,RESERVED_SWI
TCH_2_BIT19:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT20:0,RESERVE
D_SWITCH_2_BIT21:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT22:0,RES
ERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT23:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT24:
0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT25:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_
BIT26:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT27:0,RESERVED_SWIT
CH_2_BIT28:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT29:0,RESERVED_
SWITCH_2_BIT30:0,RESERVED_SWITCH_2_BIT31:0,RESER
VED_SWITCH_2_BIT32:0
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Meaning: 1.
PERFENH_R99_BRDCSTHSPA_SWITCH(R99CellBroadcastHs
paCapSwitch): When this switch is turned on, R99 cells broadcast
HSPA capability of neighboring cells in a system information
message. 2. PERFENH_FACH_USER_NUM_SWITCH(Fach
User Select Switch): This switch is configurable in the current
version.The RNC, however,does not use this switch any
longer.Later versions will not support this switch.Therefore,users
are not advised to use this switch. 3.
Admi PERFENH_MBDR_LOADCOND_OPT_SWITCH(Optimized
ssion MBDR Load Calculation Algorithm Switch): When this switch is
Contr turned on, the DL transmit power in a cell is calculated using the
following formula:Percentage of the DL transmit power in a cell =
W

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Description

Percentage of the non-HSPA transmit power + Percentage of the


HSDPA guaranteed bit power (GBP) + Reserved power
coefficient for DL common channels + Reserved power factor for
DL MBMS services + Reserved power factor for DL HSUPA
users.If UL or DL load in a neighboring cell exceeds the value of
InterFreqUlMbdrTrigThreshold or InterFreqDlMbdrTrigThreshold
(in the ADD UCELLMBDRINTERFREQ command), handover to
this neighboring cell cannot be performed. When this switch is
turned off, the percentage of the HSDPA GBP is not considered
during the calculation of the DL transmit power in a cell, and the
original algorithm is used for selecting a neighboring cell using
MBDR. 4.
PERFENH_CALALGO_FOR_HSUPAENU_OPT_SWITCH:
Whether to optimize the calculation results of equivalent HSUPA
UEs. When this switch is turned on, the optimized calculation
results can accurately reflect the uplink cell load.Turn on this
switch only when the HSUPA guaranteed bit rate (GBR) is greater
than 750 kbit/s. If the HSUPA GBR is less than or equal to 750
kbit/s and this switch is turned on, the algorithm for calculating the
number of equivalent HSUPA UEs will not be optimized. 5.
PERFENH_HSUPA_CCH_PREEMPT_USER: Whether to allow
resource preemption of common users for HSUPA common
channels to ensure that the code resources are allocated to the left.
6. PERFENH_CE_RLS_ADM_OPT_SWITCH: Whether to
activate the RLS CE-based admission optimization algorithm.
When this switch is turned on, a local cell group consumes an RLS
CE if multiple RLs occupy more than one local cell group, no
matter whether the UE uses the DCH or EDCH under a NodeB.
When this switch is turned off, all local cell groups consume an
RLS CE if multiple RLs occupy more than one local cell group, no
matter whether the UE uses the DCH or EDCH under a NodeB. 7.
PERFENH_DTCH_FACH_CONG_D2I_SWITCH: When this
switch is turned on and DTCHs are congested, the RNC transits
UEs that are in the CELL_DCH state and do not process services
to the idle mode.This parameter is an advanced parameter. To
modify this parameter, contact Huawei Customer Service Center

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Description

for technical support. 8.


PERFENH_HSPA_CAPABLITY_NOT_BRD_SWITCH:
Whether not to send HSPA capability indication messages in
SIB5. 9. PERFENH_SYSINFO_64FRAME_SWITCH: Whether
the RNC sends system information in a cell at a 64-frame
scheduling period to improve the scheduling efficiency. When this
switch is turned on, the 64-frame-period scheduling is used. When
this switch is turned off, the 64-frame-period scheduling is not
used. 10. PERFENH_SIB7MIB_COMBINE_SWITCH: Whether
SIB7 and MIB are combined when the RNC sends system
information in a cell. When this switch is turned on, SIB7 and
MIB transmitted from the cell are combined to one system
information to save air interface resources and improve scheduling
efficiency. When this switch is turned off, SIB7 and MIB
transmitted from the cell are two independent messages. 11.
PERFENH_HSPA_CODE_ALLOC_OPT_SWITCH: Whether
channel codes for HSPA services are pre-allocated during cell
setup. When this switch is turned on, channel codes are allocated
for the HS-SCCH, E-AGCH, E-RGCH, and E-HICH immediately
after the cell is set up.When this switch is turned off, channel
codes are allocated only when HSPA services are established. 12.
PERFENH_R99UPA_FAIRNESS_USR_SEL_SWITCH:
Whether the R99 and HSUPA fairness algorithm reduces the BE
service rate of only the users whose both uplink and downlink
services are carried on R99 channels. When this switch is turned
off, the algorithm reduces the BE service rate of users whose
uplink services are carried on R99 channels and downlink services
are carried on R99 or HSDPA channels. When this switch is
turned on, the algorithm reduces the BE service rate of only the
users whose uplink and downlink services are carried on R99
channels. 13.
PERFENH_HSPDSCH_SF_FORCEALLOC_SWITCH:
PERFENH_HSPDSCH_SF_FORCEALLOC_SWITCH: Whether
the last vacant SF16 code is used as the HS-PDSCH code when
HSDPA has been activated. When this switch is turned on and
HSDPA has been activated, no matter whether the last SF16 code

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is vacant, the RNC repeatedly attempts to allocate this code to the


HS-PDSCH This improves the SF spreading code usage. If the
HS-PDSCH setup fails, the RNC allocates the last vacant SF16
code to the HS-PDSCH. When this switch is turned off and
HSDPA has been activated, the RNC allocates the last vacant
SF16 code first to the HS-PDSCH. This improves the HSDPA
activation efficiency. 14.
PERFENH_OLC_REJ_F2DDCCC_SWITCH: Whether to
prohibit the DCCC-triggered state transition from CELL_FACH to
CELL_DCH (F2D for short) when a cell is in the overload control
(OLC) state. When this switch is turned off, the RNC allows the
DCCC-triggered F2D state transition. When this switch is turned
on, the RNC does not support the DCCC-triggered F2D state
transition. 15. PERFENH_BGNOISE_QUICK_UPT_SWITCH:
Whether the background noise one-time quick update algorithm is
enabled. When this switch is turned on, upon receiving the RTWP
report, the RNC updates the background noise value based on the
common measurement report if no UEs in the CELL_DCH state
are served by the cell. When this switch is turned off, upon
receiving the RTWP report, the RNC does not update the
background noise value based on the command measurement
report that is reported when the Uu interface carries no load. 16.
PERFENH_HRNTI_OPT_SWITCH: Whether HRNTI adopts an
optimized algorithm. When this switch is turned on, the hamming
distance between the HRNTI identifiers distributed by the RNC is
equal to or larger than 4, which effectively avoids incorrect
demodulation. When this switch is turned off, the hamming
distance between the HRNTI identifiers distributed by the RNC is
equal to or larger than 1. 17.
PERFENH_FDPCH_FAULTY_RECOVER_SWITCH: Whether
the fault recovery function is available for F-DPCH codes. When
this switch is turned on, the RNC checks the usage of F-DPCH
codes periodically or when SF code resource allocation fails and
releases the unexpectedly used F-DPCH codes. When this switch
is turned off, the RNC does not check the usage of F-DPCH codes
and restores the abnormal F-DPCH codes. 18.

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PERFENH_CCH_DLCODE_RESERV_SWITCH: Whether the


channel codes released by a common channel are reserved during
reestablishment of the common channel so that the reestablished
common channel can use the same channel codes after cell setup.
When this switch is turned on, the channel codes released by a
common channel are reserved during reestablishment of the
common channel. That is, the reestablished common channel uses
the same channel codes after cell setup. When this switch is turned
off, the channel codes released by a common channel are not
reserved during reestablishment of the common channel. That is,
the reestablished common channel uses different channel codes
after cell setup. 19.
PERFENH_SMALL_RATE_PS_FORCE_ADM_SWITCH:
Whether the RNC makes an admission decision on RAB setup
when the resources required by RAB setup for a low-rate PS user
do not outnumber the resources used for RRC connection setup.
When this switch is turned on, the RNC makes admission
decisions on both CS and PS RAB setups. For related admission
thresholds, see the [CMD]ADD UCELLCAC[/CMD] command.
When this switch is turned off, the RNC makes admission
decisions only on CS service procedures. That is, the RNC always
admits PS service requests. A low-rate PS user is a user whose SF
corresponding to RAB setup is equal to or larger than the SF
reserved for a handover. The SF reserved for a handover can be
configured by the UlHoCeResvSf and DlHoCeCodeResvSf
parameters in the [CMD]ADD UCELLACAC[/CMD] command.
20. PERFENH_HSDPA_DLPWR_ADM_OPT_SWITCH:
Whether the HSDPA power increment is considered during
downlink power admission for HSDPA users. The HSDPA power
increment is considered during downlink power admission for
HSDPA users only when this switch is turned off and the
HSDPA_GBP_MEAS switch under the "NBMCacAlgoSwitch"
parameter in the "ADD UCELLALGOSWITCH" is turned on.
When this switch is turned on, the HSDPA power increment is
always considered during downlink power admission for HSDPA
users. 21. PERFENH_TD_ALIGN_RRC_EFFECT: Whether

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alignment using chip offset configurations for HSUPA time


division scheduling takes effect in the RRC connection setup
phase. OFF: This switch is turned off. Alignment using chip offset
configurations for HSUPA time division scheduling does not take
effect in the RRC connection setup phase.ON: This switch is
turned on. Alignment using chip offset configurations for HSUPA
time division scheduling takes effect in the RRC connection setup
phase. 22. PERFENH_DEACELL_PFMRSV_SWITCH: Whether
to reserve the cell measurement set after deactivating a cell. 0:
This switch is turned off. The cell measurement set is deleted after
cell deactivation. 1: This switch is turned on. After cell
deactivation, the cell measurement set is reserved and the
unavailable duration for the cell caused by deactivation is
measured by the VS.Cell.UnavailTime counter. 23.
PERFENH_BGNOISE_UPT_OPTIMIZE_SWITCH: Accuracy at
which the RNC calculates the background noise. 1: This switch is
turned on. The RNC calculates background noise at a high
accuracy. 0: This switch is turned off. The RNC calculates
background noise at a low accuracy. 24.
PERFENH_INTERRATHO_CAC_OPT_IN_LDR_SWITCH:
Whether to admit UEs in LDR status after incoming inter-RAT
handovers. 1: This switch is turned on. The RNC admits UEs in
LDR status after incoming inter-RAT handovers. 2: This switch is
turned off. The RNC does not admit UEs in LDR status after
incoming inter-RAT handovers. 25.
PERFENH_CSFBUSER_CAC_OPT_IN_LDR_SWITCH:
Whether the cell LDR status is considered during a CSFB user
admission. 1: This switch is turned on. The cell LDR status is not
considered during a CSFB user admission. 2: This switch is turned
off. The cell LDR status is considered during a CSFB user
admission. 26. PERFENH_CRNTI_OPT_SWITCH: Whether to
use the optimized C-RNTI allocation method. When this switch is
turned on, the RNC starts from the place where the last allocated
C-RNTI is located, sequentially polls C-RNTIs following the last
allocated C-RNTI, and selects an available C-RNTI for a UE.
When this switch is turned off, the RNC starts from the place

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where the first allocated C-RNTI is located, sequentially polls CRNTIs following the first allocated C-RNTI, and selects an
available C-RNTI for the UE. 27.
PERFENH_FACHUSER_NUM_CTRL_ENH_SWITCH (FACH
UE Number Control Enhancement Switch): Whether the number
of FACH UEs in a cell is limited by the CELL_FACH UE number
specification. When this switch is set to on, the number of FACH
UEs in a cell is limited not only by the FACH UE number
specification but also by the CELL_FACH UE number
specification (CELL_FACH UEs include both E-FACH UEs and
FACH UEs). That is, the total number of FACH UEs and E-FACH
UEs in a cell cannot exceed the CELL_FACH UE number
specification. When this switch is set to off, the number FACH
UEs in a cell is only limited by the FACH UE specification. 28.
PERFENH_RELOCINUSER_LDRPRE_OPT_SWITCH(Optimiz
ation Switch for Static Relocation User Selection for LDR and
Preemption): Whether to optimize the user selection algorithm for
LDR and preemption. When this switch is set to on, the user
selection algorithm for LDR and preemption is optimized. That is,
the actual priority of static relocation UEs is used for LDR and
preemption, which makes the user priority recognition more
accurate. When this switch is turned off, default user priority is
used for LDR and preemption. 29.
PERFENH_SOFTERHO_CE_OPT_SWITCH: Calculation
method of consumed CE resources. If this parameter is set to ON,
the RNC correctly calculates the consumed CE resources. If this
parameter is set to OFF, the CE resources consumed on the link
that is deleted after a soft handover are not calculated. As a result,
the available CE resources increase and excess users access the
cell. 30. PERFENH_LCGCE_RSRC_OPT_SWITCH: LCG CE
resource optimization switch for preempted UEs. When this
switch is set to on, the RNC correctly maintains the LCG CE
resources used by a UE after an RRC connection setup. If the UE
is preempted, these resources are provided to the preempting UE.
When this switch is set to off, the RNC cannot update the LCG CE
resources used by a UE in time, which leads to incorrect resource

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maintenance and affects the calculation of resources for


preemption. 31.
PERFENH_QUEUE_CANCEL_RSRC_OPT_SWITCH: Cell
resource maintenance policy when the users queuing to access
cells based on the RAB DRD algorithm stop queuing. When this
switch is turned on, the RNC immediately calculates the resource
consumed by the users who stop queuing, ensuring that the RNC
correctly calculates cell resources. When this switch is turned off,
the RNC does not immediately calculate the resource consumed
by the users who stop queuing. As a result, the consumed cell
resources are more than the resources recorded on the RNC, and
excessive users access the cell. 32.
PERFENH_SRB_OVER_HSDPA_DOFF_OPT_SWITCH:
Whether to optimize the Default DPCH Offset Value (DOFF)
allocation algorithm for a specified UE. This switch is set to on by
default. When this switch is set to off, the RNC uses the original
DOFF allocation algorithm for a new UE or a C2D UE whose
SRBs are carried over HSDPA (C2D refers to an F2D or P2D state
transition). This cannot ensure even DOFF distribution. When this
switch is set to on, the RNC uses the optimized DOFF allocation
algorithm for a new UE or a C2D UE whose SRBs are carried
over HSDPA. This ensures even DOFF distribution. Disuse
Statement:PERFENH_FACH_USER_NUM_SWITCH will be
replaced with
FACH_60_USER_SWITCH("CacSwitch":FACH_60_USER_SW
ITCH)("SET UCACALGOSWITCH") in later versions. The
configuration interface in this version supports delivery of the
settings of both this parameter and
FACH_60_USER_SWITCH("CacSwitch":FACH_60_USER_SW
ITCH)("SET UCACALGOSWITCH"). If the setting of only this
parameter is delivered, the system automatically replaces this
parameter with
FACH_60_USER_SWITCH("CacSwitch":FACH_60_USER_SW
ITCH)("SET UCACALGOSWITCH") and the setting takes effect.
If the setting of SET
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)("SET UCACALGOSWITCH") is delivered, the setting of only


SET
UCACALGOSWITCH("CacSwitch":FACH_60_USER_SWITCH
)("SET UCACALGOSWITCH") takes effect in the system.
Therefore, this parameter is not recommended.
GUI Value Range: PERFENH_R99_BRDCSTHSPA_SWITCH,
PERFENH_FACH_USER_NUM_SWITCH,
PERFENH_MBDR_LOADCOND_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CALALGO_FOR_HSUPAENU_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSUPA_CCH_PREEMPT_USER,
PERFENH_CE_RLS_ADM_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_DTCH_FACH_CONG_D2I_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSPA_CAPABLITY_NOT_BRD_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SYSINFO_64FRAME_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SIB7MIB_COMBINE_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSPA_CODE_ALLOC_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_R99UPA_FAIRNESS_USR_SEL_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSPDSCH_SF_FORCEALLOC_SWITCH,
PERFENH_OLC_REJ_F2DDCCC_SWITCH,
PERFENH_BGNOISE_QUICK_UPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HRNTI_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_FDPCH_FAULTY_RECOVER_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CCH_DLCODE_RESERV_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SMALL_RATE_PS_FORCE_ADM_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSDPA_DLPWR_ADM_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_TD_ALIGN_RRC_EFFECT,
PERFENH_DEACELL_PFMRSV_SWITCH,
PERFENH_BGNOISE_UPT_OPTIMIZE_SWITCH,
PERFENH_INTERRATHO_CAC_OPT_IN_LDR_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CSFBUSER_CAC_OPT_IN_LDR_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CRNTI_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_FACHUSER_NUM_CTRL_ENH_SWITCH,
PERFENH_RELOCINUSER_LDRPRE_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SOFTERHO_CE_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_LCGCE_RSRC_OPT_SWITCH,

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PERFENH_QUEUE_CANCEL_RSRC_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SRB_OVER_HSDPA_DOFF_OPT_SWITCH
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: PERFENH_R99_BRDCSTHSPA_SWITCH,
PERFENH_FACH_USER_NUM_SWITCH,
PERFENH_MBDR_LOADCOND_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CALALGO_FOR_HSUPAENU_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSUPA_CCH_PREEMPT_USER,
PERFENH_CE_RLS_ADM_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_DTCH_FACH_CONG_D2I_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSPA_CAPABLITY_NOT_BRD_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SYSINFO_64FRAME_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SIB7MIB_COMBINE_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSPA_CODE_ALLOC_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_R99UPA_FAIRNESS_USR_SEL_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSPDSCH_SF_FORCEALLOC_SWITCH,
PERFENH_OLC_REJ_F2DDCCC_SWITCH,
PERFENH_BGNOISE_QUICK_UPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HRNTI_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_FDPCH_FAULTY_RECOVER_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CCH_DLCODE_RESERV_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SMALL_RATE_PS_FORCE_ADM_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSDPA_DLPWR_ADM_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_TD_ALIGN_RRC_EFFECT,
PERFENH_DEACELL_PFMRSV_SWITCH,
PERFENH_BGNOISE_UPT_OPTIMIZE_SWITCH,
PERFENH_INTERRATHO_CAC_OPT_IN_LDR_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CSFBUSER_CAC_OPT_IN_LDR_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CRNTI_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_FACHUSER_NUM_CTRL_ENH_SWITCH,
PERFENH_RELOCINUSER_LDRPRE_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SOFTERHO_CE_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_LCGCE_RSRC_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_QUEUE_CANCEL_RSRC_OPT_SWITCH,

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PERFENH_SRB_OVER_HSDPA_DOFF_OPT_SWITCH
Default Value:
PERFENH_R99_BRDCSTHSPA_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_FACH
_USER_NUM_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_MBDR_LOADCOND_O
PT_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_CALALGO_FOR_HSUPAENU_OP
T_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_HSUPA_CCH_PREEMPT_USER:1,P
ERFENH_CE_RLS_ADM_OPT_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_DTCH_
FACH_CONG_D2I_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_HSPA_CAPABLIT
Y_NOT_BRD_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_SYSINFO_64FRAME_S
WITCH:0,PERFENH_SIB7MIB_COMBINE_SWITCH:0,PERFE
NH_HSPA_CODE_ALLOC_OPT_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_R99U
PA_FAIRNESS_USR_SEL_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_HSPDSCH_
SF_FORCEALLOC_SWITCH:1,PERFENH_OLC_REJ_F2DDC
CC_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_BGNOISE_QUICK_UPT_SWITCH:
1,PERFENH_HRNTI_OPT_SWITCH:1,PERFENH_FDPCH_FA
ULTY_RECOVER_SWITCH:1,PERFENH_CCH_DLCODE_RE
SERV_SWITCH:1,PERFENH_SMALL_RATE_PS_FORCE_AD
M_SWITCH:1,PERFENH_HSDPA_DLPWR_ADM_OPT_SWIT
CH:1,PERFENH_TD_ALIGN_RRC_EFFECT:0,PERFENH_DE
ACELL_PFMRSV_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_BGNOISE_UPT_OP
TIMIZE_SWITCH:1,PERFENH_INTERRATHO_CAC_OPT_IN
_LDR_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_CSFBUSER_CAC_OPT_IN_LDR
_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_CRNTI_OPT_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_F
ACHUSER_NUM_CTRL_ENH_SWITCH:1,PERFENH_RELOC
INUSER_LDRPRE_OPT_SWITCH:1,PERFENH_SOFTERHO_
CE_OPT_SWITCH:1,PERFENH_LCGCE_RSRC_OPT_SWITC
H:1,PERFENH_QUEUE_CANCEL_RSRC_OPT_SWITCH:1,PE
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Meaning: 1.
PERFENH_R99_BRDCSTHSPA_SWITCH(R99CellBroadcastHs
paCapSwitch): When this switch is turned on, R99 cells broadcast
HSPA capability of neighboring cells in a system information
message. 2. PERFENH_FACH_USER_NUM_SWITCH(Fach
User Select Switch): This switch is configurable in the current
version.The RNC, however,does not use this switch any

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longer.Later versions will not support this switch.Therefore,users


are not advised to use this switch. 3.
PERFENH_MBDR_LOADCOND_OPT_SWITCH(Optimized
MBDR Load Calculation Algorithm Switch): When this switch is
turned on, the DL transmit power in a cell is calculated using the
following formula:Percentage of the DL transmit power in a cell =
Percentage of the non-HSPA transmit power + Percentage of the
HSDPA guaranteed bit power (GBP) + Reserved power
coefficient for DL common channels + Reserved power factor for
DL MBMS services + Reserved power factor for DL HSUPA
users.If UL or DL load in a neighboring cell exceeds the value of
InterFreqUlMbdrTrigThreshold or InterFreqDlMbdrTrigThreshold
(in the ADD UCELLMBDRINTERFREQ command), handover to
this neighboring cell cannot be performed. When this switch is
turned off, the percentage of the HSDPA GBP is not considered
during the calculation of the DL transmit power in a cell, and the
original algorithm is used for selecting a neighboring cell using
MBDR. 4.
PERFENH_CALALGO_FOR_HSUPAENU_OPT_SWITCH:
Whether to optimize the calculation results of equivalent HSUPA
UEs. When this switch is turned on, the optimized calculation
results can accurately reflect the uplink cell load.Turn on this
switch only when the HSUPA guaranteed bit rate (GBR) is greater
than 750 kbit/s. If the HSUPA GBR is less than or equal to 750
kbit/s and this switch is turned on, the algorithm for calculating the
number of equivalent HSUPA UEs will not be optimized. 5.
PERFENH_HSUPA_CCH_PREEMPT_USER: Whether to allow
resource preemption of common users for HSUPA common
channels to ensure that the code resources are allocated to the left.
6. PERFENH_CE_RLS_ADM_OPT_SWITCH: Whether to
activate the RLS CE-based admission optimization algorithm.
When this switch is turned on, a local cell group consumes an RLS
CE if multiple RLs occupy more than one local cell group, no
matter whether the UE uses the DCH or EDCH under a NodeB.
When this switch is turned off, all local cell groups consume an
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0 Based matter whether the UE uses the DCH or EDCH under a NodeB. 7.
1 Direct PERFENH_DTCH_FACH_CONG_D2I_SWITCH: When this
3 Retry switch is turned on and DTCHs are congested, the RNC transits
1
UEs that are in the CELL_DCH state and do not process services
to the idle mode.This parameter is an advanced parameter. To
modify this parameter, contact Huawei Customer Service Center
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for technical support. 8.
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PERFENH_HSPA_CAPABLITY_NOT_BRD_SWITCH:
F
Whether not to send HSPA capability indication messages in
D
SIB5. 9. PERFENH_SYSINFO_64FRAME_SWITCH: Whether
the RNC sends system information in a cell at a 64-frame
0
scheduling period to improve the scheduling efficiency. When this
1
switch is turned on, the 64-frame-period scheduling is used. When
0
this switch is turned off, the 64-frame-period scheduling is not
6
used. 10. PERFENH_SIB7MIB_COMBINE_SWITCH: Whether
1
SIB7 and MIB are combined when the RNC sends system
2
information in a cell. When this switch is turned on, SIB7 and
MIB transmitted from the cell are combined to one system
W
information to save air interface resources and improve scheduling
R
efficiency. When this switch is turned off, SIB7 and MIB
F
transmitted from the cell are two independent messages. 11.
D
PERFENH_HSPA_CODE_ALLOC_OPT_SWITCH: Whether
channel codes for HSPA services are pre-allocated during cell
0
setup. When this switch is turned on, channel codes are allocated
2
for the HS-SCCH, E-AGCH, E-RGCH, and E-HICH immediately
0
after the cell is set up.When this switch is turned off, channel
4
codes are allocated only when HSPA services are established. 12.
0
PERFENH_R99UPA_FAIRNESS_USR_SEL_SWITCH:
2
Whether the R99 and HSUPA fairness algorithm reduces the BE
service rate of only the users whose both uplink and downlink
services are carried on R99 channels. When this switch is turned
off, the algorithm reduces the BE service rate of users whose
uplink services are carried on R99 channels and downlink services
are carried on R99 or HSDPA channels. When this switch is
turned on, the algorithm reduces the BE service rate of only the
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channels. 13.
PERFENH_HSPDSCH_SF_FORCEALLOC_SWITCH:
PERFENH_HSPDSCH_SF_FORCEALLOC_SWITCH: Whether
the last vacant SF16 code is used as the HS-PDSCH code when
HSDPA has been activated. When this switch is turned on and
HSDPA has been activated, no matter whether the last SF16 code
is vacant, the RNC repeatedly attempts to allocate this code to the
HS-PDSCH This improves the SF spreading code usage. If the
HS-PDSCH setup fails, the RNC allocates the last vacant SF16
code to the HS-PDSCH. When this switch is turned off and
HSDPA has been activated, the RNC allocates the last vacant
SF16 code first to the HS-PDSCH. This improves the HSDPA
activation efficiency. 14.
PERFENH_OLC_REJ_F2DDCCC_SWITCH: Whether to
prohibit the DCCC-triggered state transition from CELL_FACH to
CELL_DCH (F2D for short) when a cell is in the overload control
(OLC) state. When this switch is turned off, the RNC allows the
DCCC-triggered F2D state transition. When this switch is turned
on, the RNC does not support the DCCC-triggered F2D state
transition. 15. PERFENH_BGNOISE_QUICK_UPT_SWITCH:
Whether the background noise one-time quick update algorithm is
enabled. When this switch is turned on, upon receiving the RTWP
report, the RNC updates the background noise value based on the
common measurement report if no UEs in the CELL_DCH state
are served by the cell. When this switch is turned off, upon
receiving the RTWP report, the RNC does not update the
background noise value based on the command measurement
report that is reported when the Uu interface carries no load. 16.
PERFENH_HRNTI_OPT_SWITCH: Whether HRNTI adopts an
optimized algorithm. When this switch is turned on, the hamming
distance between the HRNTI identifiers distributed by the RNC is
equal to or larger than 4, which effectively avoids incorrect
demodulation. When this switch is turned off, the hamming
distance between the HRNTI identifiers distributed by the RNC is
equal to or larger than 1. 17.
PERFENH_FDPCH_FAULTY_RECOVER_SWITCH: Whether

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the fault recovery function is available for F-DPCH codes. When


this switch is turned on, the RNC checks the usage of F-DPCH
codes periodically or when SF code resource allocation fails and
releases the unexpectedly used F-DPCH codes. When this switch
is turned off, the RNC does not check the usage of F-DPCH codes
and restores the abnormal F-DPCH codes. 18.
PERFENH_CCH_DLCODE_RESERV_SWITCH: Whether the
channel codes released by a common channel are reserved during
reestablishment of the common channel so that the reestablished
common channel can use the same channel codes after cell setup.
When this switch is turned on, the channel codes released by a
common channel are reserved during reestablishment of the
common channel. That is, the reestablished common channel uses
the same channel codes after cell setup. When this switch is turned
off, the channel codes released by a common channel are not
reserved during reestablishment of the common channel. That is,
the reestablished common channel uses different channel codes
after cell setup. 19.
PERFENH_SMALL_RATE_PS_FORCE_ADM_SWITCH:
Whether the RNC makes an admission decision on RAB setup
when the resources required by RAB setup for a low-rate PS user
do not outnumber the resources used for RRC connection setup.
When this switch is turned on, the RNC makes admission
decisions on both CS and PS RAB setups. For related admission
thresholds, see the [CMD]ADD UCELLCAC[/CMD] command.
When this switch is turned off, the RNC makes admission
decisions only on CS service procedures. That is, the RNC always
admits PS service requests. A low-rate PS user is a user whose SF
corresponding to RAB setup is equal to or larger than the SF
reserved for a handover. The SF reserved for a handover can be
configured by the UlHoCeResvSf and DlHoCeCodeResvSf
parameters in the [CMD]ADD UCELLACAC[/CMD] command.
20. PERFENH_HSDPA_DLPWR_ADM_OPT_SWITCH:
Whether the HSDPA power increment is considered during
downlink power admission for HSDPA users. The HSDPA power
increment is considered during downlink power admission for

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HSDPA users only when this switch is turned off and the
HSDPA_GBP_MEAS switch under the "NBMCacAlgoSwitch"
parameter in the "ADD UCELLALGOSWITCH" is turned on.
When this switch is turned on, the HSDPA power increment is
always considered during downlink power admission for HSDPA
users. 21. PERFENH_TD_ALIGN_RRC_EFFECT: Whether
alignment using chip offset configurations for HSUPA time
division scheduling takes effect in the RRC connection setup
phase. OFF: This switch is turned off. Alignment using chip offset
configurations for HSUPA time division scheduling does not take
effect in the RRC connection setup phase.ON: This switch is
turned on. Alignment using chip offset configurations for HSUPA
time division scheduling takes effect in the RRC connection setup
phase. 22. PERFENH_DEACELL_PFMRSV_SWITCH: Whether
to reserve the cell measurement set after deactivating a cell. 0:
This switch is turned off. The cell measurement set is deleted after
cell deactivation. 1: This switch is turned on. After cell
deactivation, the cell measurement set is reserved and the
unavailable duration for the cell caused by deactivation is
measured by the VS.Cell.UnavailTime counter. Disuse
Statements: This switch will be deleted from later versions.
Although the configuration interface in this version supports
delivery of the setting of this parameter, the system does not use
this parameter. Therefore, this parameter is not recommended. 23.
PERFENH_BGNOISE_UPT_OPTIMIZE_SWITCH: Accuracy at
which the RNC calculates the background noise. 1: This switch is
turned on. The RNC calculates background noise at a high
accuracy. 0: This switch is turned off. The RNC calculates
background noise at a low accuracy. 24.
PERFENH_INTERRATHO_CAC_OPT_IN_LDR_SWITCH:
Whether to admit UEs in LDR status after incoming inter-RAT
handovers. 1: This switch is turned on. The RNC admits UEs in
LDR status after incoming inter-RAT handovers. 2: This switch is
turned off. The RNC does not admit UEs in LDR status after
incoming inter-RAT handovers. 25.
PERFENH_CSFBUSER_CAC_OPT_IN_LDR_SWITCH:

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Whether the cell LDR status is considered during a CSFB user


admission. 1: This switch is turned on. The cell LDR status is not
considered during a CSFB user admission. 2: This switch is turned
off. The cell LDR status is considered during a CSFB user
admission. 26. PERFENH_CRNTI_OPT_SWITCH: Whether to
use the optimized C-RNTI allocation method. When this switch is
turned on, the RNC starts from the place where the last allocated
C-RNTI is located, sequentially polls C-RNTIs following the last
allocated C-RNTI, and selects an available C-RNTI for a UE.
When this switch is turned off, the RNC starts from the place
where the first allocated C-RNTI is located, sequentially polls CRNTIs following the first allocated C-RNTI, and selects an
available C-RNTI for the UE. 27.
PERFENH_FACHUSER_NUM_CTRL_ENH_SWITCH (FACH
UE Number Control Enhancement Switch): Whether the number
of FACH UEs in a cell is limited by the CELL_FACH UE number
specification. When this switch is set to on, the number of FACH
UEs in a cell is limited not only by the FACH UE number
specification but also by the CELL_FACH UE number
specification (CELL_FACH UEs include both E-FACH UEs and
FACH UEs). That is, the total number of FACH UEs and E-FACH
UEs in a cell cannot exceed the CELL_FACH UE number
specification. When this switch is set to off, the number FACH
UEs in a cell is only limited by the FACH UE specification. 28.
PERFENH_RELOCINUSER_LDRPRE_OPT_SWITCH(Optimiz
ation Switch for Static Relocation User Selection for LDR and
Preemption): Whether to optimize the user selection algorithm for
LDR and preemption. When this switch is set to on, the user
selection algorithm for LDR and preemption is optimized. That is,
the actual priority of static relocation UEs is used for LDR and
preemption, which makes the user priority recognition more
accurate. When this switch is turned off, default user priority is
used for LDR and preemption. 29.
PERFENH_SOFTERHO_CE_OPT_SWITCH: Calculation
method of consumed CE resources. If this parameter is set to ON,
the RNC correctly calculates the consumed CE resources. If this

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parameter is set to OFF, the CE resources consumed on the link


that is deleted after a soft handover are not calculated. As a result,
the available CE resources increase and excess users access the
cell. 30. PERFENH_LCGCE_RSRC_OPT_SWITCH: LCG CE
resource optimization switch for preempted UEs. When this
switch is set to on, the RNC correctly maintains the LCG CE
resources used by a UE after an RRC connection setup. If the UE
is preempted, these resources are provided to the preempting UE.
When this switch is set to off, the RNC cannot update the LCG CE
resources used by a UE in time, which leads to incorrect resource
maintenance and affects the calculation of resources for
preemption. 31.
PERFENH_QUEUE_CANCEL_RSRC_OPT_SWITCH: Cell
resource maintenance policy when the users queuing to access
cells based on the RAB DRD algorithm stop queuing. When this
switch is turned on, the RNC immediately calculates the resource
consumed by the users who stop queuing, ensuring that the RNC
correctly calculates cell resources. When this switch is turned off,
the RNC does not immediately calculate the resource consumed
by the users who stop queuing. As a result, the consumed cell
resources are more than the resources recorded on the RNC, and
excessive users access the cell. 32.
PERFENH_SRB_OVER_HSDPA_DOFF_OPT_SWITCH:
Whether to optimize the Default DPCH Offset Value (DOFF)
allocation algorithm for a specified UE. This switch is set to on by
default. When this switch is set to off, the RNC uses the original
DOFF allocation algorithm for a new UE or a C2D UE whose
SRBs are carried over HSDPA (C2D refers to an F2D or P2D state
transition). This cannot ensure even DOFF distribution. When this
switch is set to on, the RNC uses the optimized DOFF allocation
algorithm for a new UE or a C2D UE whose SRBs are carried
over HSDPA. This ensures even DOFF distribution. Disuse
Statement:PERFENH_FACH_USER_NUM_SWITCH will be
replaced with
FACH_60_USER_SWITCH("CacSwitch":FACH_60_USER_SW
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configuration interface in this version supports delivery of the


settings of both this parameter and
FACH_60_USER_SWITCH("CacSwitch":FACH_60_USER_SW
ITCH)("SET UCACALGOSWITCH"). If the setting of only this
parameter is delivered, the system automatically replaces this
parameter with
FACH_60_USER_SWITCH("CacSwitch":FACH_60_USER_SW
ITCH)("SET UCACALGOSWITCH") and the setting takes effect.
If the setting of SET
UCACALGOSWITCH("CacSwitch":FACH_60_USER_SWITCH
)("SET UCACALGOSWITCH") is delivered, the setting of only
SET
UCACALGOSWITCH("CacSwitch":FACH_60_USER_SWITCH
)("SET UCACALGOSWITCH") takes effect in the system.
Therefore, this parameter is not recommended.
GUI Value Range: PERFENH_R99_BRDCSTHSPA_SWITCH,
PERFENH_FACH_USER_NUM_SWITCH,
PERFENH_MBDR_LOADCOND_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CALALGO_FOR_HSUPAENU_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSUPA_CCH_PREEMPT_USER,
PERFENH_CE_RLS_ADM_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_DTCH_FACH_CONG_D2I_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSPA_CAPABLITY_NOT_BRD_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SYSINFO_64FRAME_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SIB7MIB_COMBINE_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSPA_CODE_ALLOC_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_R99UPA_FAIRNESS_USR_SEL_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSPDSCH_SF_FORCEALLOC_SWITCH,
PERFENH_OLC_REJ_F2DDCCC_SWITCH,
PERFENH_BGNOISE_QUICK_UPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HRNTI_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_FDPCH_FAULTY_RECOVER_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CCH_DLCODE_RESERV_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SMALL_RATE_PS_FORCE_ADM_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSDPA_DLPWR_ADM_OPT_SWITCH,

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PERFENH_TD_ALIGN_RRC_EFFECT,
PERFENH_DEACELL_PFMRSV_SWITCH,
PERFENH_BGNOISE_UPT_OPTIMIZE_SWITCH,
PERFENH_INTERRATHO_CAC_OPT_IN_LDR_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CSFBUSER_CAC_OPT_IN_LDR_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CRNTI_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_FACHUSER_NUM_CTRL_ENH_SWITCH,
PERFENH_RELOCINUSER_LDRPRE_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SOFTERHO_CE_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_LCGCE_RSRC_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_QUEUE_CANCEL_RSRC_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SRB_OVER_HSDPA_DOFF_OPT_SWITCH
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: PERFENH_R99_BRDCSTHSPA_SWITCH,
PERFENH_FACH_USER_NUM_SWITCH,
PERFENH_MBDR_LOADCOND_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CALALGO_FOR_HSUPAENU_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSUPA_CCH_PREEMPT_USER,
PERFENH_CE_RLS_ADM_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_DTCH_FACH_CONG_D2I_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSPA_CAPABLITY_NOT_BRD_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SYSINFO_64FRAME_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SIB7MIB_COMBINE_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSPA_CODE_ALLOC_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_R99UPA_FAIRNESS_USR_SEL_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSPDSCH_SF_FORCEALLOC_SWITCH,
PERFENH_OLC_REJ_F2DDCCC_SWITCH,
PERFENH_BGNOISE_QUICK_UPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HRNTI_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_FDPCH_FAULTY_RECOVER_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CCH_DLCODE_RESERV_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SMALL_RATE_PS_FORCE_ADM_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSDPA_DLPWR_ADM_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_TD_ALIGN_RRC_EFFECT,

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PERFENH_DEACELL_PFMRSV_SWITCH,
PERFENH_BGNOISE_UPT_OPTIMIZE_SWITCH,
PERFENH_INTERRATHO_CAC_OPT_IN_LDR_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CSFBUSER_CAC_OPT_IN_LDR_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CRNTI_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_FACHUSER_NUM_CTRL_ENH_SWITCH,
PERFENH_RELOCINUSER_LDRPRE_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SOFTERHO_CE_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_LCGCE_RSRC_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_QUEUE_CANCEL_RSRC_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SRB_OVER_HSDPA_DOFF_OPT_SWITCH
Default Value:
PERFENH_R99_BRDCSTHSPA_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_FACH
_USER_NUM_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_MBDR_LOADCOND_O
PT_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_CALALGO_FOR_HSUPAENU_OP
T_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_HSUPA_CCH_PREEMPT_USER:1,P
ERFENH_CE_RLS_ADM_OPT_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_DTCH_
FACH_CONG_D2I_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_HSPA_CAPABLIT
Y_NOT_BRD_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_SYSINFO_64FRAME_S
WITCH:0,PERFENH_SIB7MIB_COMBINE_SWITCH:0,PERFE
NH_HSPA_CODE_ALLOC_OPT_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_R99U
PA_FAIRNESS_USR_SEL_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_HSPDSCH_
SF_FORCEALLOC_SWITCH:1,PERFENH_OLC_REJ_F2DDC
CC_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_BGNOISE_QUICK_UPT_SWITCH:
1,PERFENH_HRNTI_OPT_SWITCH:1,PERFENH_FDPCH_FA
ULTY_RECOVER_SWITCH:1,PERFENH_CCH_DLCODE_RE
SERV_SWITCH:1,PERFENH_SMALL_RATE_PS_FORCE_AD
M_SWITCH:1,PERFENH_HSDPA_DLPWR_ADM_OPT_SWIT
CH:1,PERFENH_TD_ALIGN_RRC_EFFECT:0,PERFENH_DE
ACELL_PFMRSV_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_BGNOISE_UPT_OP
TIMIZE_SWITCH:1,PERFENH_INTERRATHO_CAC_OPT_IN
_LDR_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_CSFBUSER_CAC_OPT_IN_LDR
_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_CRNTI_OPT_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_F
ACHUSER_NUM_CTRL_ENH_SWITCH:1,PERFENH_RELOC
INUSER_LDRPRE_OPT_SWITCH:1,PERFENH_SOFTERHO_

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Meaning: Whether to enable the algorithms related to cell service


admission. Selecting a switch enables the corresponding algorithm
and clearing a switch disables the corresponding algorithm. 1.
CRD_ADCTRL: Whether to enable the credit admission control
algorithm. The credit admission control algorithm is valid only
when this switch is turned on and the
NODEB_CREDIT_CAC_SWITCH check box under the "CAC
algorithm switch" parameter in the "SET UCACALGOSWITCH"
command is selected. 2. HSDPA_UU_ADCTRL: Whether to
enable air-interface load admission control algorithm for HSDPA
UEs who process uplink services over the DCHs and downlink
services over the HSDPA channels. This switch does not take
effect for UEs who process uplink services over the HSUPA
channels and downlink services over the HSDPA channels. 3.
HSUPA_UU_ADCTRL: Whether to enable air-interface load
admission control algorithm for HSUPA UEs who process uplink
services over the HSUPA channels and downlink services over the
DCHs. This switch does not take effect for UEs who process
uplink services over the HSUPA channels and downlink services
over the HSDPA channels. 4. MBMS_UU_ADCTRL: Whether to
enable air-interface load admission control algorithm for
Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) UEs. 5.
HSDPA_GBP_MEAS: Whether to enable GBP measurement for
HSDPA UEs. The NodeB reports the GBP of HSDPA UEs to the
RNC only after the measurement is enabled. 6.
HSDPA_PBR_MEAS: Whether to enable provided bit rate (PBR)
measurement for HSDPA UEs. The NodeB reports the PBR of
HSDPA UEs to the RNC only after the measurement is enabled. 7.
SYS_INFO_UPDATE_FOR_IU_RST: Whether to update system
information after the Iu interface resets. The cell barring function
in the event of Iu interface faults can be enabled only when this
switch is turned on and the SYS_INFO_UPDATE_FOR_IU_RST
(RNC-level switch) check box under the "Process switch"

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Description

0 rcatio parameter in the "SET URRCTRLSWITCH" command is


4 n
selected. 8. HSUPA_PBR_MEAS: Whether to enable PBR
measurement for HSUPA UEs. The NodeB reports the PBR of
W Admi HSUPA UEs to the RNC only after the measurement is enabled. 9.
R ssion HSUPA_EDCH_RSEPS_MEAS: Whether to enable the periodic
F Contr measurement of total receive power generated by scheduling
services on E-DCHs. 10. EMC_UU_ADCTRL: Whether to enable
D ol
power admission control for UEs initiating emergency calls. 11.
0 Multi Received total wideband power_RESIST_DISTURB: Whether to
enable anti-inference processing when Received Total Wideband
1 0 Carrie Power (RTWP) is abnormal. 12.
SIGNALING_SHO_UL_AC_SWITCH: Whether to enable uplink
6 r
5 Switc power-based soft handover control for UEs who have established
3 h off RRC connections but process no services. If this switch is turned
Based on, such UEs cannot access target cells by using soft handovers if
the target cells are in the OLC state in the uplink. 13.
W on
R QoS FACH_UU_ADCTRL: Whether to enable admission control for
UEs that establish services on FACHs. If this switch is turned on
F
and a UE initiates an RAB or RRC connection setup request (with
D UE
- State a cause value other than Detach, Registration, or Emergency Call)
in an overloaded cell, the setup request is rejected. If the cell is not
0 in
2 Conn overloaded, the FACH user admission procedure is initiated and
0 ected the UE can access the cell after the procedure succeeds. If this
1 Mode switch is turned off, the FACH user admission procedure is
0 (CEL initiated regardless of whether the cell is overloaded and the UE
can access the cell after the procedure succeeds. 14.
2 LDCH, MIMOCELL_LEGACYHSDPA_ADCTRL: Whether to enable
W CELL admission control for common HSDPA UEs in MIMO cells. 15.
FAST_DORMANCY_ADCTRL: Whether to enable admission
R F PCH, control for fast dormancy-capable UEs. This switch is used to
D URA- alleviate FACH congestion by disabling state migration for fast
- PCH, dormancy-capable UEs in the CELL-DCH state. If this switch is
1 CELL turned off for many cells under the RNC, signaling storms occur
and CPU usage on the RNC, NodeB, and SGSN increases
4 0 FAC significantly, affecting service access. The function corresponding
to this switch has been deleted in R13, and this switch is invalid.
2

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Description

2 H)
3
Multi
W R Carrie
F r
D Switc
- h off
0 Based
2 on
0 Traffi
1 c
0 Load
1
AntiW Interf
R erenc
F e
D Sched
- uling
0 for
2 HSU
0 PA
1
2 20
2 HSU
PA
W Users
R per
F Cell
D
0
1
0
2

16. FACH_USER_NUM_NOT_CTRL: Whether to restrict the


number of admitted UEs that use FACHs to transmit service data.
GUI Value Range: CRD_ADCTRL(Credit Admission Control
Algorithm), HSDPA_UU_ADCTRL(HSDPA UU Load
Admission Control Algorithm), HSUPA_UU_ADCTRL(HSUPA
UU Load Admission Control Algorithm),
MBMS_UU_ADCTRL(MBMS UU Load Admission Control
Algorithm), HSDPA_GBP_MEAS(HSDPA GBP Meas
Algorithm), HSDPA_PBR_MEAS(HSDPA PBR Meas
Algorithm), SYS_INFO_UPDATE_FOR_IU_RST(System Info
Update Switch for Iu Reset), HSUPA_PBR_MEAS(HSUPA PBR
Meas Algorithm), HSUPA_EDCH_RSEPS_MEAS(HSUPA
EDCH RSEPS Meas Algorithm),
EMC_UU_ADCTRL(emergency call power admission),
RTWP_RESIST_DISTURB(RTWP Resist Disturb Switch),
SIGNALING_SHO_UL_AC_SWITCH(Signaling Sho Ul power
cac switch), FACH_UU_ADCTRL(FACH power cac switch),
MIMOCELL_LEGACYHSDPA_ADCTRL(Legacy HSDPA
Admission Control Algorithm in MIMO Cell ),
FAST_DORMANCY_ADCTRL(Fast Dormancy User Admission
Control Algorithm), FACH_USER_NUM_NOT_CTRL(FACH
USER UNLIMITED)
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: CRD_ADCTRL, HSDPA_UU_ADCTRL,
HSUPA_UU_ADCTRL, MBMS_UU_ADCTRL,
HSDPA_GBP_MEAS, HSDPA_PBR_MEAS,
SYS_INFO_UPDATE_FOR_IU_RST, HSUPA_PBR_MEAS,
HSUPA_EDCH_RSEPS_MEAS, EMC_UU_ADCTRL,
RTWP_RESIST_DISTURB,
SIGNALING_SHO_UL_AC_SWITCH, FACH_UU_ADCTRL,
MIMOCELL_LEGACYHSDPA_ADCTRL,
FAST_DORMANCY_ADCTRL,

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0
2
W
R
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0
2
0
1
1
7
W
R
F
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0
2
0
1
3
6
W
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F
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0
1
0
6

Description

FACH_USER_NUM_NOT_CTRL
Default Value:
CRD_ADCTRL:1,HSDPA_UU_ADCTRL:0,HSUPA_UU_ADCT
RL:0,MBMS_UU_ADCTRL:0,HSDPA_GBP_MEAS:0,HSDPA_
PBR_MEAS:0,SYS_INFO_UPDATE_FOR_IU_RST:0,HSUPA_
PBR_MEAS:0,HSUPA_EDCH_RSEPS_MEAS:0,EMC_UU_AD
CTRL:1,RTWP_RESIST_DISTURB:0,SIGNALING_SHO_UL_
AC_SWITCH:0,FACH_UU_ADCTRL:0,MIMOCELL_LEGACY
HSDPA_ADCTRL:0,FAST_DORMANCY_ADCTRL:1,FACH_
USER_NUM_NOT_CTRL:0

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Description

1
2
1
1
NBM
CacAl
goSwi
tch

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLA
LGO
SWI
TCH

W
R
F
D
0
1
MO 0
6
D
UCE 5
LLA 4
LGO
SWI W
TCH R
F
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0
2
1
1
0
2

128
HSD
PA
Users
per
Cell
Cell
Barri
ng
Emer
gency
Call
96
HSD
PA
Users
per
Cell

Load
Meas
W ureme
R nt
F
D MOC
- N
0 Cell
2 Resou
1 rce

Meaning: Whether to enable the algorithms related to cell service


admission. Selecting a switch enables the corresponding algorithm
and clearing a switch disables the corresponding algorithm. 1.
CRD_ADCTRL: Whether to enable the credit admission control
algorithm. The credit admission control algorithm is valid only
when this switch is turned on and the
NODEB_CREDIT_CAC_SWITCH check box under the "CAC
algorithm switch" parameter in the "SET UCACALGOSWITCH"
command is selected. 2. HSDPA_UU_ADCTRL: Whether to
enable air-interface load admission control algorithm for HSDPA
UEs who process uplink services over the DCHs and downlink
services over the HSDPA channels. This switch does not take
effect for UEs who process uplink services over the HSUPA
channels and downlink services over the HSDPA channels. 3.
HSUPA_UU_ADCTRL: Whether to enable air-interface load
admission control algorithm for HSUPA UEs who process uplink
services over the HSUPA channels and downlink services over the
DCHs. This switch does not take effect for UEs who process
uplink services over the HSUPA channels and downlink services
over the HSDPA channels. 4. MBMS_UU_ADCTRL: Whether to
enable air-interface load admission control algorithm for
Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service (MBMS) UEs. 5.
HSDPA_GBP_MEAS: Whether to enable GBP measurement for
HSDPA UEs. The NodeB reports the GBP of HSDPA UEs to the
RNC only after the measurement is enabled. 6.
HSDPA_PBR_MEAS: Whether to enable provided bit rate (PBR)
measurement for HSDPA UEs. The NodeB reports the PBR of
HSDPA UEs to the RNC only after the measurement is enabled. 7.
SYS_INFO_UPDATE_FOR_IU_RST: Whether to update system
information after the Iu interface resets. The cell barring function
in the event of Iu interface faults can be enabled only when this
switch is turned on and the SYS_INFO_UPDATE_FOR_IU_RST

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F Featu
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Description

1 Dema (RNC-level switch) check box under the "Process switch"


0 rcatio parameter in the "SET URRCTRLSWITCH" command is
4 n
selected. 8. HSUPA_PBR_MEAS: Whether to enable PBR
measurement for HSUPA UEs. The NodeB reports the PBR of
W Admi HSUPA UEs to the RNC only after the measurement is enabled. 9.
R ssion HSUPA_EDCH_RSEPS_MEAS: Whether to enable the periodic
F Contr measurement of total receive power generated by scheduling
services on E-DCHs. 10. EMC_UU_ADCTRL: Whether to enable
D ol
power admission control for UEs initiating emergency calls. 11.
0 Multi Received total wideband power_RESIST_DISTURB: Whether to
enable anti-inference processing when Received Total Wideband
1 0 Carrie Power (RTWP) is abnormal. 12.
SIGNALING_SHO_UL_AC_SWITCH: Whether to enable uplink
6 r
5 Switc power-based soft handover control for UEs who have established
3 h off RRC connections but process no services. If this switch is turned
Based on, such UEs cannot access target cells by using soft handovers if
the target cells are in the OLC state in the uplink. 13.
W on
R QoS FACH_UU_ADCTRL: Whether to enable admission control for
UEs that establish services on FACHs. If this switch is turned on
F
and a UE initiates an RAB or RRC connection setup request (with
D UE
- State a cause value other than Detach, Registration, or Emergency Call)
in an overloaded cell, the setup request is rejected. If the cell is not
0 in
2 Conn overloaded, the FACH user admission procedure is initiated and
0 ected the UE can access the cell after the procedure succeeds. If this
1 Mode switch is turned off, the FACH user admission procedure is
0 (CEL initiated regardless of whether the cell is overloaded and the UE
can access the cell after the procedure succeeds. 14.
2 LDCH, MIMOCELL_LEGACYHSDPA_ADCTRL: Whether to enable
W CELL admission control for common HSDPA UEs in MIMO cells. 15.
FAST_DORMANCY_ADCTRL: Whether to enable admission
R F PCH, control for fast dormancy-capable UEs. This switch is used to
D URA- alleviate FACH congestion by disabling state migration for fast
- PCH, dormancy-capable UEs in the CELL-DCH state. If this switch is
1 CELL turned off for many cells under the RNC, signaling storms occur
and CPU usage on the RNC, NodeB, and SGSN increases
4 0 FAC significantly, affecting service access. The function corresponding

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F Featu
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Description

2 H)
2
3 Multi
W Carrie
R r
F Switc
D h off
- Based
0 on
2 Traffi
0 c
1 Load
0
1 AntiInterf
W erenc
R e
F Sched
D uling
- for
0 HSU
2 PA
0
1 20
2 HSU
2 PA
Users
W per
R Cell
F
D
0
1
0

to this switch has been deleted in R13, and this switch is invalid.
16. FACH_USER_NUM_NOT_CTRL: Whether to restrict the
number of admitted UEs that use FACHs to transmit service data.
GUI Value Range: CRD_ADCTRL(Credit Admission Control
Algorithm), HSDPA_UU_ADCTRL(HSDPA UU Load
Admission Control Algorithm), HSUPA_UU_ADCTRL(HSUPA
UU Load Admission Control Algorithm),
MBMS_UU_ADCTRL(MBMS UU Load Admission Control
Algorithm), HSDPA_GBP_MEAS(HSDPA GBP Meas
Algorithm), HSDPA_PBR_MEAS(HSDPA PBR Meas
Algorithm), SYS_INFO_UPDATE_FOR_IU_RST(System Info
Update Switch for Iu Reset), HSUPA_PBR_MEAS(HSUPA PBR
Meas Algorithm), HSUPA_EDCH_RSEPS_MEAS(HSUPA
EDCH RSEPS Meas Algorithm),
EMC_UU_ADCTRL(emergency call power admission),
RTWP_RESIST_DISTURB(RTWP Resist Disturb Switch),
SIGNALING_SHO_UL_AC_SWITCH(Signaling Sho Ul power
cac switch), FACH_UU_ADCTRL(FACH power cac switch),
MIMOCELL_LEGACYHSDPA_ADCTRL(Legacy HSDPA
Admission Control Algorithm in MIMO Cell ),
FAST_DORMANCY_ADCTRL(Fast Dormancy User Admission
Control Algorithm), FACH_USER_NUM_NOT_CTRL(FACH
USER UNLIMITED)
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: CRD_ADCTRL, HSDPA_UU_ADCTRL,
HSUPA_UU_ADCTRL, MBMS_UU_ADCTRL,
HSDPA_GBP_MEAS, HSDPA_PBR_MEAS,
SYS_INFO_UPDATE_FOR_IU_RST, HSUPA_PBR_MEAS,
HSUPA_EDCH_RSEPS_MEAS, EMC_UU_ADCTRL,
RTWP_RESIST_DISTURB,
SIGNALING_SHO_UL_AC_SWITCH, FACH_UU_ADCTRL,
MIMOCELL_LEGACYHSDPA_ADCTRL,
FAST_DORMANCY_ADCTRL,

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0
2
W
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7
W
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0
2
0
1
3
6
W
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0
1
0

Description

FACH_USER_NUM_NOT_CTRL
Default Value:
CRD_ADCTRL:1,HSDPA_UU_ADCTRL:0,HSUPA_UU_ADCT
RL:0,MBMS_UU_ADCTRL:0,HSDPA_GBP_MEAS:0,HSDPA_
PBR_MEAS:0,SYS_INFO_UPDATE_FOR_IU_RST:0,HSUPA_
PBR_MEAS:0,HSUPA_EDCH_RSEPS_MEAS:0,EMC_UU_AD
CTRL:1,RTWP_RESIST_DISTURB:0,SIGNALING_SHO_UL_
AC_SWITCH:0,FACH_UU_ADCTRL:0,MIMOCELL_LEGACY
HSDPA_ADCTRL:0,FAST_DORMANCY_ADCTRL:1,FACH_
USER_NUM_NOT_CTRL:0

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Description

6
1
2
1
1
NBM
CacAl
goSwi
tch2

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

ADD
UCE
LLA
LGO
SWI
TCH

W
R
F
D
0
1
MO 0
6
D
UCE 5
LLA 4
LGO
SWI W
TCH R
F
D
0
2
1
1
0
2

128
HSD
PA
Users
per
Cell
Cell
Barri
ng
Emer
gency
Call
96
HSD
PA
Users
per
Cell

Load
Meas
W ureme
R nt
F
D MOC
- N
0 Cell
2 Resou

Meaning: Whether to enable the algorithms related to cell service


admission. Selecting a switch enables the corresponding algorithm
and clearing a switch disables the corresponding algorithm. 1.
UL_ENU_ADJ_BAS_ON_RTWP: Whether to dynamically adjust
the total number of uplink equivalent users based on the RTWP.
When this switch is set to on, the RNC dynamically adjusts the
total number of uplink equivalent users in a cell based on the
RTWP changes in the cell. 2.
RTRRC_OTHERRRC_CONSISTENT_WITH_RAB: Whether the
uplink or downlink power resource admission policy for the RRC
connections of real-time services and other services is consistent
with that for RABs. When this switch is turned on, the uplink or
downlink power resource admission policy for the RRC
connections of real-time services and other services is consistent
with that for RABs. When this switch is turned off, the uplink or
downlink power resource admissions for the RRC connections of
real-time services and other services are less restrict than that for
RABs. 3. NRTRRC_CONSISTENT_WITH_RAB: Whether the
uplink or downlink power resource admission policy for the RRC
connections of non-real-time services is consistent with that for
RABs. When this switch is turned on, the uplink or downlink
power resource admission policy for the RRC connections of nonreal-time services is consistent with that for RABs. When this
switch is turned off, the uplink or downlink power resource
admissions for the RRC connections of non-real-time services are
less restrict than that for RABs. 4. RRC_CE_CODE_CAC_OPT:
RRC credit and channel code resource admission optimization
switch. When this switch is set to off, the same credit and channel
code resource admission thresholds are used for real-time (RT)
services, non-real-time (NRT) services, and other types of
services. The thresholds are specified by the "UlRRCCeResvSf"

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1
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4

rce
Dema
rcatio
n

Description

and "DlRRCCeCodeResvSf" parameters. When this switch is set


to on, different RRC credit and channel code resource admission
thresholds are used for RT, NRT, and other types of services. The
admission thresholds for RT services are specified by the
"UlRRCCeResvSf" and "DlRRCCeCodeResvSf" parameters. The
W Admi admission thresholds for NRT services are specified by the
R ssion "UlNRTRRCCacCeResvSf" and "DlNRTRRCCacCeCodeResvSf"
F Contr parameters. The admission thresholds for other types of services
are specified by the "UlOtherRRCCacCeResvSf" and
D ol
"DlOtherRRCCacCeCodeResvSf" parameters.
0 Multi
1 GUI Value Range: UL_ENU_ADJ_BAS_ON_RTWP(SW for
0 Carrie RTWP based UL Total ENU Dynamic Adjustment),
6 r
RTRRC_OTHERRRC_CONSISTENT_WITH_RAB(RT/Other
5 Switc RRC and RAB Power Admission Consistent Switch),
3 h off NRTRRC_CONSISTENT_WITH_RAB(NRT RRC and RAB
Based Power Admission Consistent Switch),
RRC_CE_CODE_CAC_OPT(RRC CE and Code Admission
W on
R QoS Optimize Switch)
F
D UE
Unit: None
- State
0 in
Actual Value Range: UL_ENU_ADJ_BAS_ON_RTWP,
2 Conn RTRRC_OTHERRRC_CONSISTENT_WITH_RAB,
0 ected NRTRRC_CONSISTENT_WITH_RAB,
1 Mode RRC_CE_CODE_CAC_OPT
0 (CEL
2 LDefault Value:
DCH, UL_ENU_ADJ_BAS_ON_RTWP:0,RTRRC_OTHERRRC_CON
W CELL SISTENT_WITH_RAB:0,NRTRRC_CONSISTENT_WITH_RA
R B:0,RRC_CE_CODE_CAC_OPT:0
F PCH,
D URA- PCH,
1 CELL
4 -

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2 H)
2
3 Multi
W Carrie
R r
F Switc
D h off
- Based
0 on
2 Traffi
0 c
1 Load
0
1 AntiInterf
W erenc
R e
F Sched
D uling
- for
0 HSU
2 PA
0
1 20
2 HSU
2 PA
Users
W per
R Cell
F
D
0
1

Description

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0
2
W
R
F
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0
2
0
1
1
7
W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
3
6
W
R
F
D
0
1

Description

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ID
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F Featu
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Description

0
6
1
2
1
1
NBM
CacAl
goSwi
tch2

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLA
LGO
SWI
TCH

W
R
F
D
0
1
MO 0
6
D
UCE 5
LLA 4
LGO
SWI W
TCH R
F
D
0
2
1
1
0
2

128
HSD
PA
Users
per
Cell
Cell
Barri
ng
Emer
gency
Call
96
HSD
PA
Users
per
Cell

Load
Meas
W ureme
R nt
F
D MOC
- N
0 Cell

Meaning: Whether to enable the algorithms related to cell service


admission. Selecting a switch enables the corresponding algorithm
and clearing a switch disables the corresponding algorithm. 1.
UL_ENU_ADJ_BAS_ON_RTWP: Whether to dynamically adjust
the total number of uplink equivalent users based on the RTWP.
When this switch is set to on, the RNC dynamically adjusts the
total number of uplink equivalent users in a cell based on the
RTWP changes in the cell. 2.
RTRRC_OTHERRRC_CONSISTENT_WITH_RAB: Whether the
uplink or downlink power resource admission policy for the RRC
connections of real-time services and other services is consistent
with that for RABs. When this switch is turned on, the uplink or
downlink power resource admission policy for the RRC
connections of real-time services and other services is consistent
with that for RABs. When this switch is turned off, the uplink or
downlink power resource admissions for the RRC connections of
real-time services and other services are less restrict than that for
RABs. 3. NRTRRC_CONSISTENT_WITH_RAB: Whether the
uplink or downlink power resource admission policy for the RRC
connections of non-real-time services is consistent with that for
RABs. When this switch is turned on, the uplink or downlink
power resource admission policy for the RRC connections of nonreal-time services is consistent with that for RABs. When this
switch is turned off, the uplink or downlink power resource
admissions for the RRC connections of non-real-time services are
less restrict than that for RABs. 4. RRC_CE_CODE_CAC_OPT:
RRC credit and channel code resource admission optimization
switch. When this switch is set to off, the same credit and channel
code resource admission thresholds are used for real-time (RT)
services, non-real-time (NRT) services, and other types of

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0
4

Resou
rce
Dema
rcatio
n

Description

services. The thresholds are specified by the "UlRRCCeResvSf"


and "DlRRCCeCodeResvSf" parameters. When this switch is set
to on, different RRC credit and channel code resource admission
thresholds are used for RT, NRT, and other types of services. The
admission thresholds for RT services are specified by the
"UlRRCCeResvSf" and "DlRRCCeCodeResvSf" parameters. The
W Admi admission thresholds for NRT services are specified by the
R ssion "UlNRTRRCCacCeResvSf" and "DlNRTRRCCacCeCodeResvSf"
F Contr parameters. The admission thresholds for other types of services
are specified by the "UlOtherRRCCacCeResvSf" and
D ol
"DlOtherRRCCacCeCodeResvSf" parameters.
0 Multi
1 GUI Value Range: UL_ENU_ADJ_BAS_ON_RTWP(SW for
0 Carrie RTWP based UL Total ENU Dynamic Adjustment),
6 r
RTRRC_OTHERRRC_CONSISTENT_WITH_RAB(RT/Other
5 Switc RRC and RAB Power Admission Consistent Switch),
3 h off NRTRRC_CONSISTENT_WITH_RAB(NRT RRC and RAB
Based Power Admission Consistent Switch),
RRC_CE_CODE_CAC_OPT(RRC CE and Code Admission
W on
R QoS Optimize Switch)
F
D UE
Unit: None
- State
0 in
Actual Value Range: UL_ENU_ADJ_BAS_ON_RTWP,
2 Conn RTRRC_OTHERRRC_CONSISTENT_WITH_RAB,
0 ected NRTRRC_CONSISTENT_WITH_RAB,
1 Mode RRC_CE_CODE_CAC_OPT
0 (CEL
2 LDefault Value:
DCH, UL_ENU_ADJ_BAS_ON_RTWP:0,RTRRC_OTHERRRC_CON
W CELL SISTENT_WITH_RAB:0,NRTRRC_CONSISTENT_WITH_RA
R B:0,RRC_CE_CODE_CAC_OPT:0
F PCH,
D URA- PCH,
1 CELL

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Description

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RoTC B ADD W
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Target C LLC F
6 AC D
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0 MO 0
0 D
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UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
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Admi
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Meaning: 1. Target RoT (increment of the RTWP relative to the


background noise) in the RTWP control algorithm. If the RTWP
in a cell is greater than the value of this parameter, the RNC
tightens the admission control by reducing the total number of
uplink equivalent users allowed in this cell. If the RTWP in a cell
is less than the value of this parameter, the RNC loosens the
admission control by increasing the total number of uplink
equivalent users allowed in this cell. 2. It is recommended that this
parameter be set to a value less than or equal to the RoT
corresponding to the "UlOlcTrigThd" parameter in the "ADD
UCELLLDM" command. The relationship between the RoT and
the load factor (%) is as follows: RoT = -10 x lg(1 - Load factor).
GUI Value Range: 60~500
Unit: 0.1dB
Actual Value Range: 6~50
Default Value: 100

RoTC B ADD W
ontrol S UCE R
Target C LLC F
6 AC D
9
1 MO 0
0 D
2
UCE 0

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: 1. Target RoT (increment of the RTWP relative to the


background noise) in the RTWP control algorithm. If the RTWP
in a cell is greater than the value of this parameter, the RNC
tightens the admission control by reducing the total number of
uplink equivalent users allowed in this cell. If the RTWP in a cell
is less than the value of this parameter, the RNC loosens the
admission control by increasing the total number of uplink
equivalent users allowed in this cell. 2. It is recommended that this

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Description

parameter be set to a value less than or equal to the RoT


corresponding to the "UlOlcTrigThd" parameter in the "ADD
UCELLLDM" command. The relationship between the RoT and
the load factor (%) is as follows: RoT = -10 x lg(1 - Load factor).
GUI Value Range: 60~500
Unit: 0.1dB
Actual Value Range: 6~50
Default Value: 100

CacS
witch

B
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C
6
9
0
0

SET
UCA
CAL
GOS
WIT
CH

W
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F
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2
0
1
0
1

Admi
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Meaning: 1. NODEB_CREDIT_CAC_SWITCH(NodeB Credit


CAC Switch): Whether NodeB credit CAC is allowed. When this
switch is turned on, the system performs CAC based on the usage
state of NodeB credit. When the NodeB's credit is not enough, the
system rejects new access requests. 2.
FACH_60_USER_SWITCH (Switch for allowing a Maximum of
60 UEs on the FACH): Maximum number of UEs that use FACHs
to transmit service data.When this switch is turned on, a maximum
of 60 UEs can be carried on the FACH.If some UEs are processing
signaling messages, more than 60 UEs can be carried on the
FACH. When this switch is turned off, a maximum of 30 UEs can
be carried on the FACH. If some UEs are processing signaling
messages, more than 30 UEs can be carried on the FACH.
GUI Value Range: NODEB_CREDIT_CAC_SWITCH(NodeB
Credit CAC Switch), FACH_60_USER_SWITCH(FACH
Allowed Max 60 Users Switch)
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: NODEB_CREDIT_CAC_SWITCH,
FACH_60_USER_SWITCH
Default Value: NODEB_CREDIT_CAC_SWITCH:1,

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FACH_60_USER_SWITCH:1
CacS
witch

B
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1
0

SET
UCA
CAL
GOS
WIT
CH

W
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0
1
0
1

Admi
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Contr
ol

Meaning: 1. NODEB_CREDIT_CAC_SWITCH(NodeB Credit


CAC Switch): Whether NodeB credit CAC is allowed. When this
switch is turned on, the system performs CAC based on the usage
state of NodeB credit. When the NodeB's credit is not enough, the
system rejects new access requests. 2.
FACH_60_USER_SWITCH (Switch for allowing a Maximum of
60 UEs on the FACH): Maximum number of UEs that use FACHs
to transmit service data.When this switch is turned on, a maximum
of 60 UEs can be carried on the FACH.If some UEs are processing
signaling messages, more than 60 UEs can be carried on the
FACH. When this switch is turned off, a maximum of 30 UEs can
be carried on the FACH. If some UEs are processing signaling
messages, more than 30 UEs can be carried on the FACH.
GUI Value Range: NODEB_CREDIT_CAC_SWITCH(NodeB
Credit CAC Switch), FACH_60_USER_SWITCH(FACH
Allowed Max 60 Users Switch)
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: NODEB_CREDIT_CAC_SWITCH,
FACH_60_USER_SWITCH
Default Value: NODEB_CREDIT_CAC_SWITCH:1,
FACH_60_USER_SWITCH:1

RRCC
eCode
CacC
hoice

B
S
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6
9
0
0

ADD
UCE
LLA
LGO
SWI
TCH
MO
D

W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: RRC connection admission control (CAC) mode. When


this parameter is set to LOOSE_CAC, the original RRC admission
threshold remains unchanged. When this parameter is set to
STRICT_CAC, the RRC admission threshold equals the RAB
admission threshold plus the RRC admission threshold offset for
the corresponding service.
GUI Value Range: LOOSE_CAC, STRICT_CAC

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UCE 0
LLA 1
LGO
SWI
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RRCC
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CacC
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DlRR
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1
0

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S
C
6
9
0
0

ADD
UCE
LLA
LGO
SWI
TCH

Unit: None
Actual Value Range: LOOSE_CAC, STRICT_CAC
Default Value: LOOSE_CAC

W
R
F
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0
2
MO 0
1
D
UCE 0
LLA 1
LGO
SWI
TCH

Admi
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Contr
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ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Description

Meaning: RRC connection admission control (CAC) mode. When


this parameter is set to LOOSE_CAC, the original RRC admission
threshold remains unchanged. When this parameter is set to
STRICT_CAC, the RRC admission threshold equals the RAB
admission threshold plus the RRC admission threshold offset for
the corresponding service.
GUI Value Range: LOOSE_CAC, STRICT_CAC
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: LOOSE_CAC, STRICT_CAC
Default Value: LOOSE_CAC
Meaning: When the "RRCCeCodeCacChoice" parameter is set to
STRICT_CAC, this parameter specifies the downlink credit and
code resource admission threshold during the RRC connection
setup procedure. When this parameter is set to SFOFF, the RNC
does not calculate the amount of downlink credit and code
resources during the RRC connection setup procedure. When a UE
initiates an RRC connection setup request and the cause value for
the RRC connection setup request is other than "Emergency Call"
or "Detach", the RNC calculates the amount of remaining
downlink credit and code resources in a cell after the RRC
connection admission. If the amount of remaining downlink credit
and code resources is lower than the threshold specified by this
parameter, the RNC rejects the RRC connection setup request. If
the amount of remaining downlink credit and code resources is
higher than or equal to the threshold specified by this parameter,
the RRC allows the RRC connection setup request. When the

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"RRCCeCodeCacChoice" parameter is set to STRICT_CAC and


the RRC_CE_CODE_CAC_OPT switch under the
"NBMCacAlgoSwitch2" parameter in the "ADD
UCELLALGOSWITCH" command is set to on, this parameter
specifies the threshold of reserved downlink credit and code
resources for real-time services during the RRC connection setup
procedure. When this parameter is set to SFOFF, the RNC does
not reserve downlink credit and code resources for real-time
services during the RRC connection setup procedure. If the UE
initiates an RRC connection setup request to establish real-time
services, the admission succeeds only when the amount of
remaining downlink credit and code resources is greater than or
equal to the sum of resources required and reserved. If the cause
value carried in the RRC connection setup request message is
"Originating Conversational Call", "Terminating Conversational
Call", or "Originating Streaming Call", the UE initiates real-time
services.
GUI Value Range: SF4(SF4), SF8(SF8), SF16(SF16),
SF32(SF32), SF64(SF64), SF128(SF128), SF256(SF256),
SFOFF(SFOFF)
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF
Default Value: SF128(SF128)
DlRR
CCeC
odeRe
svSf

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: When the "RRCCeCodeCacChoice" parameter is set to


STRICT_CAC, this parameter specifies the downlink credit and
code resource admission threshold during the RRC connection
setup procedure. When this parameter is set to SFOFF, the RNC
does not calculate the amount of downlink credit and code
resources during the RRC connection setup procedure. When a UE
initiates an RRC connection setup request and the cause value for
the RRC connection setup request is other than "Emergency Call"

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Description

or "Detach", the RNC calculates the amount of remaining


downlink credit and code resources in a cell after the RRC
connection admission. If the amount of remaining downlink credit
and code resources is lower than the threshold specified by this
parameter, the RNC rejects the RRC connection setup request. If
the amount of remaining downlink credit and code resources is
higher than or equal to the threshold specified by this parameter,
the RRC allows the RRC connection setup request. When the
"RRCCeCodeCacChoice" parameter is set to STRICT_CAC and
the RRC_CE_CODE_CAC_OPT switch under the
"NBMCacAlgoSwitch2" parameter in the "ADD
UCELLALGOSWITCH" command is set to on, this parameter
specifies the threshold of reserved downlink credit and code
resources for real-time services during the RRC connection setup
procedure. When this parameter is set to SFOFF, the RNC does
not reserve downlink credit and code resources for real-time
services during the RRC connection setup procedure. If the UE
initiates an RRC connection setup request to establish real-time
services, the admission succeeds only when the amount of
remaining downlink credit and code resources is greater than or
equal to the sum of resources required and reserved. If the cause
value carried in the RRC connection setup request message is
"Originating Conversational Call", "Terminating Conversational
Call", or "Originating Streaming Call", the UE initiates real-time
services.
GUI Value Range: SF4(SF4), SF8(SF8), SF16(SF16),
SF32(SF32), SF64(SF64), SF128(SF128), SF256(SF256),
SFOFF(SFOFF)
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF
Default Value: SF128(SF128)

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UlRR B ADD W
CCeR S UCE R
esvSf C LLC F
6 AC D
9
0 MO 0
0 D
2
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Description

Meaning: When the "RRCCeCodeCacChoice" parameter is set to


STRICT_CAC, this parameter specifies the uplink credit
admission threshold during the RRC connection setup procedure.
When this parameter is set to SFOFF, the RNC does not calculate
the amount of uplink credit during the RRC connection setup
procedure. When a UE initiates an RRC connection setup request
and the cause value for the RRC connection setup request is other
than "Emergency Call" or "Detach", the RNC calculates the
amount of remaining uplink credit in a cell after the RRC
connection admission. If the amount of remaining uplink credit
and code resources is lower than the threshold specified by this
parameter, the RNC ejects the RRC connection setup request. If
the amount of remaining uplink credit is higher than or equal to
the threshold specified by this parameter, the RRC allows the RRC
connection setup request. When the "RRCCeCodeCacChoice"
parameter is set to STRICT_CAC and the
RRC_CE_CODE_CAC_OPT switch under the
"NBMCacAlgoSwitch2" parameter in the "ADD
UCELLALGOSWITCH" command is set to on, this parameter
specifies the threshold of reserved uplink credit for real-time
services during the RRC connection setup procedure. When this
parameter is set to SFOFF, the RNC does not reserve uplink credit
for real-time services during the RRC connection setup procedure.
If the UE initiates an RRC connection setup request to establish
real-time services, the admission succeeds only when the amount
of remaining uplink credit is greater than or equal to the sum of
resources required and reserved. If the cause value carried in the
RRC connection setup request message is "Originating
Conversational Call", "Terminating Conversational Call", or
"Originating Streaming Call", the UE initiates real-time services.
GUI Value Range: SF4(SF4), SF8(SF8), SF16(SF16),
SF32(SF32), SF64(SF64), SF128(SF128), SF256(SF256),
SFOFF(SFOFF)

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Unit: None
Actual Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF
Default Value: SF64(SF64)
UlRR B ADD W
CCeR S UCE R
esvSf C LLC F
6 AC D
9
1 MO 0
0 D
2
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: When the "RRCCeCodeCacChoice" parameter is set to


STRICT_CAC, this parameter specifies the uplink credit
admission threshold during the RRC connection setup procedure.
When this parameter is set to SFOFF, the RNC does not calculate
the amount of uplink credit during the RRC connection setup
procedure. When a UE initiates an RRC connection setup request
and the cause value for the RRC connection setup request is other
than "Emergency Call" or "Detach", the RNC calculates the
amount of remaining uplink credit in a cell after the RRC
connection admission. If the amount of remaining uplink credit
and code resources is lower than the threshold specified by this
parameter, the RNC ejects the RRC connection setup request. If
the amount of remaining uplink credit is higher than or equal to
the threshold specified by this parameter, the RRC allows the RRC
connection setup request. When the "RRCCeCodeCacChoice"
parameter is set to STRICT_CAC and the
RRC_CE_CODE_CAC_OPT switch under the
"NBMCacAlgoSwitch2" parameter in the "ADD
UCELLALGOSWITCH" command is set to on, this parameter
specifies the threshold of reserved uplink credit for real-time
services during the RRC connection setup procedure. When this
parameter is set to SFOFF, the RNC does not reserve uplink credit
for real-time services during the RRC connection setup procedure.
If the UE initiates an RRC connection setup request to establish
real-time services, the admission succeeds only when the amount
of remaining uplink credit is greater than or equal to the sum of
resources required and reserved. If the cause value carried in the
RRC connection setup request message is "Originating
Conversational Call", "Terminating Conversational Call", or

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Description

"Originating Streaming Call", the UE initiates real-time services.


GUI Value Range: SF4(SF4), SF8(SF8), SF16(SF16),
SF32(SF32), SF64(SF64), SF128(SF128), SF256(SF256),
SFOFF(SFOFF)
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF
Default Value: SF64(SF64)
UlNR
TRRC
CacCe
ResvS
f

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S
C
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9
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ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

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R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Uplink RRC credit resource reservation threshold for


non-real-time (NRT) services. This threshold is measured by the
corresponding spreading factor (SF). For the relationship between
RRC credit resources and the SF, see 3GPP TS 25.433. If the
"RRCCeCodeCacChoice" parameter is set to STRICT_CAC and
RRC_CE_CODE_CAC_OPT in the "ADD
UCELLALGOSWITCH" command is set to on, the RNC uses the
value of this parameter as the threshold for uplink credit resource
admission control. If this parameter is set to SFOFF, resources are
not reserved during uplink RRC credit resource admission for
NRT services. When UEs initiate RRC connection requests for
NRT services, uplink RRC credit resource admission succeeds
only when the amount of remaining uplink credit resources is
greater than or equal to the total amount of resources required and
reserved. NRT services are services whose cause values for RRC
connection requests are "Originating Interactive Call",
"Originating Background Call", "Terminating Interactive Call",
"Terminating Background Call", "Originating High Priority
Signalling", "Terminating High Priority Signalling", "Originating
Subscribed traffic Call", or "Terminating Streaming Call."
GUI Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF

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Unit: None
Actual Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF
Default Value: SF32
UlNR
TRRC
CacCe
ResvS
f

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S
C
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9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Uplink RRC credit resource reservation threshold for


non-real-time (NRT) services. This threshold is measured by the
corresponding spreading factor (SF). For the relationship between
RRC credit resources and the SF, see 3GPP TS 25.433. If the
"RRCCeCodeCacChoice" parameter is set to STRICT_CAC and
RRC_CE_CODE_CAC_OPT in the "ADD
UCELLALGOSWITCH" command is set to on, the RNC uses the
value of this parameter as the threshold for uplink credit resource
admission control. If this parameter is set to SFOFF, resources are
not reserved during uplink RRC credit resource admission for
NRT services. When UEs initiate RRC connection requests for
NRT services, uplink RRC credit resource admission succeeds
only when the amount of remaining uplink credit resources is
greater than or equal to the total amount of resources required and
reserved. NRT services are services whose cause values for RRC
connection requests are "Originating Interactive Call",
"Originating Background Call", "Terminating Interactive Call",
"Terminating Background Call", "Originating High Priority
Signalling", "Terminating High Priority Signalling", "Originating
Subscribed traffic Call", or "Terminating Streaming Call."
GUI Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF
Default Value: SF32

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CacCe
Code
ResvS
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ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

F Featu
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R
F
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2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Description

Meaning: Downlink RRC credit and channel code resource


reservation threshold for non-real-time (NRT) services. This
threshold is measured by the corresponding spreading factor (SF).
For the relationship between RRC credit and channel code
resources and the SF, see 3GPP TS 25.433. If the
"RRCCeCodeCacChoice" parameter is set to STRICT_CAC and
RRC_CE_CODE_CAC_OPT in the "ADD
UCELLALGOSWITCH" command is set to on, the RNC uses the
value of this parameter as the threshold for downlink credit and
channel code resource admission control. If this parameter is set to
SFOFF, resources are not reserved during downlink RRC credit
and channel code admission for NRT services. When UEs initiate
RRC connection requests for NRT services, downlink RRC credit
and channel code resource admission succeeds only when the
amount of remaining downlink credit and channel code resources
is greater than or equal to the total amount of resources required
and reserved. NRT services are services whose cause values for
RRC connection requests are "Originating Interactive Call",
"Originating Background Call", "Terminating Interactive Call",
"Terminating Background Call", "Originating High Priority
Signalling", "Terminating High Priority Signalling", "Originating
Subscribed traffic Call", or "Terminating Streaming Call."
GUI Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF
Default Value: SF64

DlNR
TRRC
CacCe
Code

B ADD W Admi Meaning: Downlink RRC credit and channel code resource
S UCE R ssion reservation threshold for non-real-time (NRT) services. This
C LLC F Contr threshold is measured by the corresponding spreading factor (SF).
6
D ol
For the relationship between RRC credit and channel code

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UCE
LLC
AC

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2
0
1
0
1

Description

resources and the SF, see 3GPP TS 25.433. If the


"RRCCeCodeCacChoice" parameter is set to STRICT_CAC and
RRC_CE_CODE_CAC_OPT in the "ADD
UCELLALGOSWITCH" command is set to on, the RNC uses the
value of this parameter as the threshold for downlink credit and
channel code resource admission control. If this parameter is set to
SFOFF, resources are not reserved during downlink RRC credit
and channel code admission for NRT services. When UEs initiate
RRC connection requests for NRT services, downlink RRC credit
and channel code resource admission succeeds only when the
amount of remaining downlink credit and channel code resources
is greater than or equal to the total amount of resources required
and reserved. NRT services are services whose cause values for
RRC connection requests are "Originating Interactive Call",
"Originating Background Call", "Terminating Interactive Call",
"Terminating Background Call", "Originating High Priority
Signalling", "Terminating High Priority Signalling", "Originating
Subscribed traffic Call", or "Terminating Streaming Call."
GUI Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF
Default Value: SF64

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ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

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R
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MO 0
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D
UCE 0

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Uplink RRC credit resource reservation threshold for


other types of services. This threshold is measured by the
corresponding spreading factor (SF). For the relationship between
RRC credit resources and the SF, see 3GPP TS 25.433. If the
"RRCCeCodeCacChoice" parameter is set to STRICT_CAC and
RRC_CE_CODE_CAC_OPT in the "ADD
UCELLALGOSWITCH" command is set to on, the RNC uses the
value of this parameter as the threshold for uplink credit resource

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Description

admission control. If this parameter is set to SFOFF, resources are


not reserved during uplink RRC credit resource admission for
other types of services. When UEs initiate RRC connection
requests for other types of services, uplink RRC credit resource
admission succeeds only when the amount of remaining uplink
credit resources is greater than or equal to the total amount of
resources required and reserved. Other types of services are
services whose cause values for RRC connection requests are
other than those: "Originating Interactive Call", "Originating
Background Call", "Terminating Interactive Call", "Terminating
Background Call", "Originating High Priority Signalling",
"Terminating High Priority Signalling", "Originating Subscribed
traffic Call", or "Terminating Streaming Call."
GUI Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF
Default Value: SF64

UlOth
erRR
CCac
CeRes
vSf

B
S
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6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
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D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Uplink RRC credit resource reservation threshold for


other types of services. This threshold is measured by the
corresponding spreading factor (SF). For the relationship between
RRC credit resources and the SF, see 3GPP TS 25.433. If the
"RRCCeCodeCacChoice" parameter is set to STRICT_CAC and
RRC_CE_CODE_CAC_OPT in the "ADD
UCELLALGOSWITCH" command is set to on, the RNC uses the
value of this parameter as the threshold for uplink credit resource
admission control. If this parameter is set to SFOFF, resources are
not reserved during uplink RRC credit resource admission for
other types of services. When UEs initiate RRC connection
requests for other types of services, uplink RRC credit resource
admission succeeds only when the amount of remaining uplink

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credit resources is greater than or equal to the total amount of


resources required and reserved. Other types of services are
services whose cause values for RRC connection requests are
other than those: "Originating Interactive Call", "Originating
Background Call", "Terminating Interactive Call", "Terminating
Background Call", "Originating High Priority Signalling",
"Terminating High Priority Signalling", "Originating Subscribed
traffic Call", or "Terminating Streaming Call."
GUI Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF
Default Value: SF64
DlOth
erRR
CCac
CeCo
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vSf

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ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
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F
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MO 0
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D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Downlink RRC credit and channel code resource


reservation threshold for other types of services. This threshold is
measured by the corresponding spreading factor (SF). For the
relationship between RRC credit and channel code resources and
the SF, see 3GPP TS 25.433. If the "RRCCeCodeCacChoice"
parameter is set to STRICT_CAC and
RRC_CE_CODE_CAC_OPT in the "ADD
UCELLALGOSWITCH" command is set to on, the RNC uses the
value of this parameter as the threshold for downlink credit and
channel code resource admission control. If this parameter is set to
SFOFF, resources are not reserved during downlink RRC credit
and channel code admission for other types of services. When UEs
processing other types of services initiate RRC connection
requests, downlink RRC credit and channel code resource
admission succeeds only when the amount of remaining downlink
credit and channel code resources is greater than or equal to the
total amount of resources required and reserved. Other types of
services are services whose cause values for RRC connection

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requests are other than those: "Originating Interactive Call",


"Originating Background Call", "Terminating Interactive Call",
"Terminating Background Call", "Originating High Priority
Signalling", "Terminating High Priority Signalling", "Originating
Subscribed traffic Call", or "Terminating Streaming Call."
GUI Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF
Default Value: SF128
DlOth
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CeCo
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ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
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UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Downlink RRC credit and channel code resource


reservation threshold for other types of services. This threshold is
measured by the corresponding spreading factor (SF). For the
relationship between RRC credit and channel code resources and
the SF, see 3GPP TS 25.433. If the "RRCCeCodeCacChoice"
parameter is set to STRICT_CAC and
RRC_CE_CODE_CAC_OPT in the "ADD
UCELLALGOSWITCH" command is set to on, the RNC uses the
value of this parameter as the threshold for downlink credit and
channel code resource admission control. If this parameter is set to
SFOFF, resources are not reserved during downlink RRC credit
and channel code admission for other types of services. When UEs
processing other types of services initiate RRC connection
requests, downlink RRC credit and channel code resource
admission succeeds only when the amount of remaining downlink
credit and channel code resources is greater than or equal to the
total amount of resources required and reserved. Other types of
services are services whose cause values for RRC connection
requests are other than those: "Originating Interactive Call",
"Originating Background Call", "Terminating Interactive Call",
"Terminating Background Call", "Originating High Priority

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Signalling", "Terminating High Priority Signalling", "Originating


Subscribed traffic Call", or "Terminating Streaming Call."
GUI Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF
Default Value: SF128
CSRA
BCac
OptS
witch

B
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ADD
UCE
LLA
LGO
SWI
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W
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1
D
UCE 0
LLA 1
LGO
SWI
TCH

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Whether resource allocation is optimized during CS


RAB setups. When this parameter is set to ON, the RNC allocates
power resources, code resources, channel element (CE) resources
during CS RAB setups based on the loose CAC algorithm. This
setting increases the CS service setup success rate. When this
parameter is set to OFF, the RNC does not allocate resources
during CS RAB setups based on the loose CAC algorithm.
GUI Value Range: OFF, ON
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: ON, OFF
Default Value: OFF

CSRA
BCac
OptS
witch

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLA
LGO
SWI
TCH
MO

W
R
F
D
0
2
0

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Whether resource allocation is optimized during CS


RAB setups. When this parameter is set to ON, the RNC allocates
power resources, code resources, channel element (CE) resources
during CS RAB setups based on the loose CAC algorithm. This
setting increases the CS service setup success rate. When this
parameter is set to OFF, the RNC does not allocate resources
during CS RAB setups based on the loose CAC algorithm.

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Description

GUI Value Range: OFF, ON


Unit: None
Actual Value Range: ON, OFF
Default Value: OFF

DlHo
CeCo
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ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
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1
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UCE 0
LLC 6
AC 5
4
W
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2
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1
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W
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128
HSD
PA
Users
per
Cell

Meaning: Downlink credit and code resources (measured by the


spreading factor, for details about their relationships, see 3GPP
TS25.433) reserved for handovers. When this parameter is set to
SFOFF, no credit or code resources are reserved for handovers.
After receiving a service access request, the RNC evaluates the
remaining downlink credit and code resources after admitting the
service. If the remaining downlink credit resources are greater than
Admi or equal to reserved resources specified by this parameter, the
ssion RNC admits the service. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the service.
Contr
ol
GUI Value Range: SF4(SF4), SF8(SF8), SF16(SF16),
SF32(SF32), SF64(SF64), SF128(SF128), SF256(SF256),
SFOFF(SFOFF)
96
HSD
PA
Unit: None
Users
per
Actual Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
Cell SFOFF
Default Value: SF32(SF32)

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3
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ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
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MO 0
1
D
UCE 0
LLC 6
AC 5
4
W
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F
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0
2
0
1
0
1
W
R
F
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0

128
HSD
PA
Users
per
Cell

Meaning: Downlink credit and code resources (measured by the


spreading factor, for details about their relationships, see 3GPP
TS25.433) reserved for handovers. When this parameter is set to
SFOFF, no credit or code resources are reserved for handovers.
After receiving a service access request, the RNC evaluates the
remaining downlink credit and code resources after admitting the
service. If the remaining downlink credit resources are greater than
Admi or equal to reserved resources specified by this parameter, the
ssion RNC admits the service. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the service.
Contr
ol
GUI Value Range: SF4(SF4), SF8(SF8), SF16(SF16),
SF32(SF32), SF64(SF64), SF128(SF128), SF256(SF256),
SFOFF(SFOFF)
96
HSD
PA
Unit: None
Users
per
Actual Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
Cell SFOFF
Default Value: SF32(SF32)

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1
0
6
5
3
UlHo B ADD W
CeRes S UCE R
vSf
C LLC F
6 AC D
9
0 MO 0
0 D
1
UCE 0
LLC 6
AC 5
4

128
HSD
PA
Users
per
Cell

W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
0
1

96
HSD
PA
Users
per
Cell

W
R
F
D
0
1

Meaning: Uplink credit resources (measured by the spreading


factor) reserved for handovers. When this parameter is set to
SFOFF, no credit resources are reserved for handovers. After
receiving a service access request, the RNC evaluates the
remaining uplink credit resources after admitting the service. If the
remaining uplink credit resources are greater than or equal to
reserved resources specified by this parameter, the RNC admits
Admi the service. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the service. The larger the
ssion digit following SF, the less the corresponding resources. For
Contr example, the credit resources corresponding to SF32 are less than
those corresponding to SF8.
ol
GUI Value Range: SF4(SF4), SF8(SF8), SF16(SF16),
SF32(SF32), SF64(SF64), SF128(SF128), SF256(SF256),
SFOFF(SFOFF)
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF
Default Value: SF16(SF16)

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0
6
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3
UlHo B ADD W
CeRes S UCE R
vSf
C LLC F
6 AC D
9
1 MO 0
0 D
1
UCE 0
LLC 6
AC 5
4

128
HSD
PA
Users
per
Cell

W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
0
1

96
HSD
PA
Users
per
Cell

W
R
F
D
0
1
0

Meaning: Uplink credit resources (measured by the spreading


factor) reserved for handovers. When this parameter is set to
SFOFF, no credit resources are reserved for handovers. After
receiving a service access request, the RNC evaluates the
remaining uplink credit resources after admitting the service. If the
remaining uplink credit resources are greater than or equal to
reserved resources specified by this parameter, the RNC admits
Admi the service. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the service. The larger the
ssion digit following SF, the less the corresponding resources. For
Contr example, the credit resources corresponding to SF32 are less than
those corresponding to SF8.
ol
GUI Value Range: SF4(SF4), SF8(SF8), SF16(SF16),
SF32(SF32), SF64(SF64), SF128(SF128), SF256(SF256),
SFOFF(SFOFF)
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: SF4, SF8, SF16, SF32, SF64, SF128, SF256,
SFOFF
Default Value: SF16(SF16)

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5
3
PerfE
nhanc
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B
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9
0
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SET
UNB
MPA
RA

W
R
F
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0
2
0
1
0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: 1.
PERFENH_MULTIRAB_PREEMPT_OPT_SWITCH: Whether a
UE can preempt multiple RABs from UEs processing combined
services. When this switch is set to on, a UE can preempt multiple
RABs from UEs processing combined services if cell resources
are insufficient. When this switch is set to off, a UE can preempt
only one RAB from UEs processing combined services if cell
resources are insufficient. Note: This solution is always effective
during resource preemption for platinum UEs and UEs initiating
emergency calls. 2.
PERFENH_RRC_PREEMPT_RSRC_OPT_SWITCH: Whether
the RNC re-calculates the resources for preemption if RRC UEs
are to be preempted. When this switch is set to on, the RNC recalculates the resources for preemption after releasing the
resources preempted from RAB UEs if RRC UEs are to be
preempted. When this switch is set to off, the RNC does not recalculate the resources for preemption if RRC UEs are to be
preempted. Note: This solution is always effective during resource
preemption for platinum UEs and UEs initiating emergency calls.
3. PERFENH_CODEADJ_TIME_OPT_SWITCH: Whether to
change the duration of the code readjustment timer. When this
switch is turned on, the duration of the code readjustment timer is
changed to the value of "HoPhychRecfgTmr" in "SET
USTATETIMER" plus 3s. When this switch is turned off, the
duration of the code readjustment timer is fixed to 6s. 4.
PERFENH_HSDPA_SRBDCH_CODE_CACOPT_SWITCH:
Code admission optimization switch for HSDPA SRB over DCH.
When this switch is set to off, the code admission optimization
switch for HSDPA SRB over DCH is not enabled. When this
switch is set to on, the code admission optimization switch for
HSDPA SRB over DCH is enabled. 5.
PERFENH_SIB3_MAX_PEROID_LIMIT_SWITCH: Whether to
set the maximum scheduling period for SIB3 to 160 ms. When this

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switch is set to off, the maximum scheduling period for SIB3 is


40960 ms. When this switch is set to on, the maximum scheduling
period for SIB3 is 160 ms. 6.
PERFENH_SIB3_SCHEDULE_OPT_SWITCH: Whether to
enable the SIB3 scheduling optimization function. When this
switch is set to off, the scheduling period for SIB3 is equal to, half,
or two times the maximum scheduling period among
SIB1/SIB5/SIB11. When this switch is set to on, the scheduling
period for SIB3 is 1/8 of the maximum scheduling period among
SIB1/SIB5/SIB11. In addition, the scheduling period for SIB7 is
extended to 160 ms. 7.
PERFENH_DEMARC_NODEB_TYPE_REF_SWITCH: Whether
the MOCN Cell Resource Demarcation feature in a cell depends
on the sharing type of the NodeB. The sharing type of a NodeB is
specified by the "SharingType" parameter in the "ADD
UNODEB" command. When this switch is set to on, the MOCN
Cell Resource Demarcation feature in a cell depends on the
sharing type of the NodeB. That is, when the "SharingType"
parameter for the NodeB is set to MOCN, the MOCN Cell
Resource Demarcation feature takes effect in the cells under the
NodeB. In other cases, this feature does not take effect in the cells
under the NodeB. When this switch is set to off, the MOCN Cell
Resource Demarcation feature in a cell does not depend on the
sharing type of the NodeB. 8.
PERFENH_QOSSHUTDOWN_BY_LOAD_LIC_SWITCH:
Whether the Multi-Carrier Switch off Based on QoS feature is
controlled by the license for the Multi-Carrier Switch off Based on
Traffic Load feature. When this switch is set to on, the MultiCarrier Switch off Based on QoS feature is controlled by the
license for the Multi-Carrier Switch off Based on Traffic Load
feature. When this switch is set to off, the Multi-Carrier Switch off
Based on QoS feature is not controlled by the license for the
Multi-Carrier Switch off Based on Traffic Load feature. 9.
PERFENH_EVENT_MEAS_ELEM_PROC_OPT_SWITCH:
Whether the RNC processes IEs in event measurement reports sent
by the NodeB. When this switch is set to off, the RNC processes

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IEs in the event measurement reports. When this switch is set to


on, the RNC does not process IEs in the event measurement
reports. 10. PERFENH_CSMODIFY_ADMPRE_OPT_SWITCH:
Whether CS RAB modification can use the same policy as CS
RAB setup for admission and preemption. When this switch is set
to on, CS RAB modification uses the same priority as CS RAB
setup for admission. During preemption, CS RAB modification
has the same preempting capability as CS RAB setup and can
preempt resources of the same UEs as CS RAB setup. When this
switch is set to off, CS RAB modification uses different policies
from CS RAB setup for admission and preemption. CS RAB
modification cannot use functions such as admission guarantee for
CS AMR (controlled by the "CSRABCacOptSwitch" parameter)
and CS forcibly preempting PS (controlled by the
"PsBERrcPreemptVulnerable" parameter). 11.
PERFENH_CHTYPE_CHG_PFM_OPT_SWITCH: Whether to
enable the optimized channel type switching function. When this
switch is set to off, the RNC does not include the D2H, H2D,
E2D, or D2E procedure in the VS.RAC.TrChSwitchCallReq and
VS.RAC.TrChSwitchCallAcc counters. When this switch is set to
on, the RNC includes the D2H, H2D, E2D, and D2E procedures in
the VS.RAC.TrChSwitchCallReq and
VS.RAC.TrChSwitchCallAcc counters. 12.
PERFENH_ONE_CNOP_NO_PLMN_LIST_SWITCH: Whether
the IE "Multiple PLMN List" is deliverd in cells that are served by
an MOCN NodeB but belong to one operator. 1: This switch is
turned on. The IE "Multiple PLMN List" is deliverd in cells that
are served by an MOCN NodeB but belong to one operator. 0:
This switch is turned off. The IE "Multiple PLMN List" is not
deliverd in cells that are served by an MOCN NodeB but belong to
one operator. 13.
PERFENH_DC_HSDPA_GROUP_LOAD_OPT_SWITCH:
Whether to optimize the downlink power load decision and
broadcasting method for DC-HSDPA carrier groups. When this
parameter is set to on, the RNC uses the same method for
determining the LDR state and OLC state of downlink power load

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for DC-HSDPA carrier groups as that for SC-HSDPA carrier


groups. In addition, the RNC considers the load state of DCHSDPA carrier groups when reporting UMTS cell load state to
another system.
GUI Value Range:
PERFENH_MULTIRAB_PREEMPT_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_RRC_PREEMPT_RSRC_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CODEADJ_TIME_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSDPA_SRBDCH_CODE_CACOPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SIB3_MAX_PEROID_LIMIT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SIB3_SCHEDULE_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_DEMARC_NODEB_TYPE_REF_SWITCH,
PERFENH_QOSSHUTDOWN_BY_LOAD_LIC_SWITCH,
PERFENH_EVENT_MEAS_ELEM_PROC_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CSMODIFY_ADMPRE_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CHTYPE_CHG_PFM_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_ONE_CNOP_NO_PLMN_LIST_SWITCH,
PERFENH_DC_HSDPA_GROUP_LOAD_OPT_SWITCH
Unit: None
Actual Value Range:
PERFENH_MULTIRAB_PREEMPT_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_RRC_PREEMPT_RSRC_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CODEADJ_TIME_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSDPA_SRBDCH_CODE_CACOPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SIB3_MAX_PEROID_LIMIT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SIB3_SCHEDULE_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_DEMARC_NODEB_TYPE_REF_SWITCH,
PERFENH_QOSSHUTDOWN_BY_LOAD_LIC_SWITCH,
PERFENH_EVENT_MEAS_ELEM_PROC_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CSMODIFY_ADMPRE_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CHTYPE_CHG_PFM_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_ONE_CNOP_NO_PLMN_LIST_SWITCH,

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PERFENH_DC_HSDPA_GROUP_LOAD_OPT_SWITCH
Default Value:
PERFENH_MULTIRAB_PREEMPT_OPT_SWITCH:0,PERFEN
H_RRC_PREEMPT_RSRC_OPT_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_CODE
ADJ_TIME_OPT_SWITCH:1,PERFENH_HSDPA_SRBDCH_C
ODE_CACOPT_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_SIB3_MAX_PEROID_
LIMIT_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_SIB3_SCHEDULE_OPT_SWIT
CH:0,PERFENH_DEMARC_NODEB_TYPE_REF_SWITCH:1,P
ERFENH_QOSSHUTDOWN_BY_LOAD_LIC_SWITCH:0,PER
FENH_EVENT_MEAS_ELEM_PROC_OPT_SWITCH:1,PERFE
NH_CSMODIFY_ADMPRE_OPT_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_CHT
YPE_CHG_PFM_OPT_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_ONE_CNOP_N
O_PLMN_LIST_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_DC_HSDPA_GROUP_
LOAD_OPT_SWITCH:0
PerfE
nhanc
eSwit
ch2

B
S
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6
9
1
0

SET
UNB
MPA
RA

W
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2
0
1
0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: 1.
PERFENH_MULTIRAB_PREEMPT_OPT_SWITCH: Whether a
UE can preempt multiple RABs from UEs processing combined
services. When this switch is set to on, a UE can preempt multiple
RABs from UEs processing combined services if cell resources
are insufficient. When this switch is set to off, a UE can preempt
only one RAB from UEs processing combined services if cell
resources are insufficient. Note: This solution is always effective
during resource preemption for platinum UEs and UEs initiating
emergency calls. 2.
PERFENH_RRC_PREEMPT_RSRC_OPT_SWITCH: Whether
the RNC re-calculates the resources for preemption if RRC UEs
are to be preempted. When this switch is set to on, the RNC recalculates the resources for preemption after releasing the
resources preempted from RAB UEs if RRC UEs are to be
preempted. When this switch is set to off, the RNC does not recalculate the resources for preemption if RRC UEs are to be
preempted. Note: This solution is always effective during resource
preemption for platinum UEs and UEs initiating emergency calls.
3. PERFENH_CODEADJ_TIME_OPT_SWITCH: Whether to
change the duration of the code readjustment timer. When this

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switch is turned on, the duration of the code readjustment timer is


changed to the value of "HoPhychRecfgTmr" in "SET
USTATETIMER" plus 3s. When this switch is turned off, the
duration of the code readjustment timer is fixed to 6s. 4.
PERFENH_HSDPA_SRBDCH_CODE_CACOPT_SWITCH:
Code admission optimization switch for HSDPA SRB over DCH.
When this switch is set to off, the code admission optimization
switch for HSDPA SRB over DCH is not enabled. When this
switch is set to on, the code admission optimization switch for
HSDPA SRB over DCH is enabled. 5.
PERFENH_SIB3_MAX_PEROID_LIMIT_SWITCH: Whether to
set the maximum scheduling period for SIB3 to 160 ms. When this
switch is set to off, the maximum scheduling period for SIB3 is
40960 ms. When this switch is set to on, the maximum scheduling
period for SIB3 is 160 ms. 6.
PERFENH_SIB3_SCHEDULE_OPT_SWITCH: Whether to
enable the SIB3 scheduling optimization function. When this
switch is set to off, the scheduling period for SIB3 is equal to, half,
or two times the maximum scheduling period among
SIB1/SIB5/SIB11. When this switch is set to on, the scheduling
period for SIB3 is 1/8 of the maximum scheduling period among
SIB1/SIB5/SIB11. In addition, the scheduling period for SIB7 is
extended to 160 ms. 7.
PERFENH_DEMARC_NODEB_TYPE_REF_SWITCH: Whether
the MOCN Cell Resource Demarcation feature in a cell depends
on the sharing type of the NodeB. The sharing type of a NodeB is
specified by the "SharingType" parameter in the "ADD
UNODEB" command. When this switch is set to on, the MOCN
Cell Resource Demarcation feature in a cell depends on the
sharing type of the NodeB. That is, when the "SharingType"
parameter for the NodeB is set to MOCN, the MOCN Cell
Resource Demarcation feature takes effect in the cells under the
NodeB. In other cases, this feature does not take effect in the cells
under the NodeB. When this switch is set to off, the MOCN Cell
Resource Demarcation feature in a cell does not depend on the
sharing type of the NodeB. 8.

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PERFENH_QOSSHUTDOWN_BY_LOAD_LIC_SWITCH:
Whether the Multi-Carrier Switch off Based on QoS feature is
controlled by the license for the Multi-Carrier Switch off Based on
Traffic Load feature. When this switch is set to on, the MultiCarrier Switch off Based on QoS feature is controlled by the
license for the Multi-Carrier Switch off Based on Traffic Load
feature. When this switch is set to off, the Multi-Carrier Switch off
Based on QoS feature is not controlled by the license for the
Multi-Carrier Switch off Based on Traffic Load feature. 9.
PERFENH_EVENT_MEAS_ELEM_PROC_OPT_SWITCH:
Whether the RNC processes IEs in event measurement reports sent
by the NodeB. When this switch is set to off, the RNC processes
IEs in the event measurement reports. When this switch is set to
on, the RNC does not process IEs in the event measurement
reports. 10. PERFENH_CSMODIFY_ADMPRE_OPT_SWITCH:
Whether CS RAB modification can use the same policy as CS
RAB setup for admission and preemption. When this switch is set
to on, CS RAB modification uses the same priority as CS RAB
setup for admission. During preemption, CS RAB modification
has the same preempting capability as CS RAB setup and can
preempt resources of the same UEs as CS RAB setup. When this
switch is set to off, CS RAB modification uses different policies
from CS RAB setup for admission and preemption. CS RAB
modification cannot use functions such as admission guarantee for
CS AMR (controlled by the "CSRABCacOptSwitch" parameter)
and CS forcibly preempting PS (controlled by the
"PsBERrcPreemptVulnerable" parameter). 11.
PERFENH_CHTYPE_CHG_PFM_OPT_SWITCH: Whether to
enable the optimized channel type switching function. When this
switch is set to off, the RNC does not include the D2H, H2D,
E2D, or D2E procedure in the VS.RAC.TrChSwitchCallReq and
VS.RAC.TrChSwitchCallAcc counters. When this switch is set to
on, the RNC includes the D2H, H2D, E2D, and D2E procedures in
the VS.RAC.TrChSwitchCallReq and
VS.RAC.TrChSwitchCallAcc counters. 12.
PERFENH_ONE_CNOP_NO_PLMN_LIST_SWITCH: Whether

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the IE "Multiple PLMN List" is deliverd in cells that are served by


an MOCN NodeB but belong to one operator. 1: This switch is
turned on. The IE "Multiple PLMN List" is deliverd in cells that
are served by an MOCN NodeB but belong to one operator. 0:
This switch is turned off. The IE "Multiple PLMN List" is not
deliverd in cells that are served by an MOCN NodeB but belong to
one operator. 13.
PERFENH_DC_HSDPA_GROUP_LOAD_OPT_SWITCH:
Whether to optimize the downlink power load decision and
broadcasting method for DC-HSDPA carrier groups. When this
parameter is set to on, the RNC uses the same method for
determining the LDR state and OLC state of downlink power load
for DC-HSDPA carrier groups as that for SC-HSDPA carrier
groups. In addition, the RNC considers the load state of DCHSDPA carrier groups when reporting UMTS cell load state to
another system.
GUI Value Range:
PERFENH_MULTIRAB_PREEMPT_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_RRC_PREEMPT_RSRC_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CODEADJ_TIME_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSDPA_SRBDCH_CODE_CACOPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SIB3_MAX_PEROID_LIMIT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SIB3_SCHEDULE_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_DEMARC_NODEB_TYPE_REF_SWITCH,
PERFENH_QOSSHUTDOWN_BY_LOAD_LIC_SWITCH,
PERFENH_EVENT_MEAS_ELEM_PROC_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CSMODIFY_ADMPRE_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CHTYPE_CHG_PFM_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_ONE_CNOP_NO_PLMN_LIST_SWITCH,
PERFENH_DC_HSDPA_GROUP_LOAD_OPT_SWITCH
Unit: None
Actual Value Range:
PERFENH_MULTIRAB_PREEMPT_OPT_SWITCH,

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PERFENH_RRC_PREEMPT_RSRC_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CODEADJ_TIME_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_HSDPA_SRBDCH_CODE_CACOPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SIB3_MAX_PEROID_LIMIT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_SIB3_SCHEDULE_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_DEMARC_NODEB_TYPE_REF_SWITCH,
PERFENH_QOSSHUTDOWN_BY_LOAD_LIC_SWITCH,
PERFENH_EVENT_MEAS_ELEM_PROC_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CSMODIFY_ADMPRE_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_CHTYPE_CHG_PFM_OPT_SWITCH,
PERFENH_ONE_CNOP_NO_PLMN_LIST_SWITCH,
PERFENH_DC_HSDPA_GROUP_LOAD_OPT_SWITCH
Default Value:
PERFENH_MULTIRAB_PREEMPT_OPT_SWITCH:0,PERFEN
H_RRC_PREEMPT_RSRC_OPT_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_CODE
ADJ_TIME_OPT_SWITCH:1,PERFENH_HSDPA_SRBDCH_C
ODE_CACOPT_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_SIB3_MAX_PEROID_
LIMIT_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_SIB3_SCHEDULE_OPT_SWIT
CH:0,PERFENH_DEMARC_NODEB_TYPE_REF_SWITCH:1,P
ERFENH_QOSSHUTDOWN_BY_LOAD_LIC_SWITCH:0,PER
FENH_EVENT_MEAS_ELEM_PROC_OPT_SWITCH:1,PERFE
NH_CSMODIFY_ADMPRE_OPT_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_CHT
YPE_CHG_PFM_OPT_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_ONE_CNOP_N
O_PLMN_LIST_SWITCH:0,PERFENH_DC_HSDPA_GROUP_
LOAD_OPT_SWITCH:0
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128
HSD
PA
Users
per
Cell

Meaning: Maximum number of users supported by the HSDPA


channel. The user in this parameter refers to the user with services
on the HSDPA channel, regardless of the number of RABs carried
on the HSDPA channel. Maximum HSDPA user number cannot
exceed the HSDPA capability of the NodeB product, In practice,
the value can be set based on the cell type and the richness of the
available HSDPA power and code resources.

HSD
PA
GUI Value Range: 0~192
Admi

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Actual Value Range: 0~192
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Default Value: 64
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6
1 Admi
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160
HSP
A
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192
HSP
A
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128
HSD
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Users
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Cell

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160
HSP
A
Users
per

Meaning: Maximum number of users supported by the HSDPA


channel. The user in this parameter refers to the user with services
on the HSDPA channel, regardless of the number of RABs carried
on the HSDPA channel. Maximum HSDPA user number cannot
exceed the HSDPA capability of the NodeB product, In practice,
the value can be set based on the cell type and the richness of the
available HSDPA power and code resources.

HSD
PA
GUI Value Range: 0~192
Admi
ssion Unit: None
Contr
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Actual Value Range: 0~192
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Default Value: 64
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0 Cell
6
1 Admi
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192
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A
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Node
BHsd
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ADD
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ALG
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RA

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128
HSD
PA
Users
per
Cell

Meaning: Maximum number of HSDPA users allowed by the


NodeB.
GUI Value Range: 0~9216
Unit: None

HSD Actual Value Range: 0~9216


PA
Admi Default Value: 6144
ssion
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PA
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1
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6
5
3
Node
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ALG
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HSD
PA
Users
per
Cell

Meaning: Maximum number of HSDPA users allowed by the


NodeB.
GUI Value Range: 0~9216
Unit: None

HSD Actual Value Range: 0~9216


PA
Admi Default Value: 6144
ssion
Contr
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96

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3
MaxH
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D
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AC 1
2
0
2

HSU
PA
Admi
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Contr
ol

Meaning: Maximum number of users supported by the HSUPA


channel in a cell. This parameter must be set based on product
specifications. The number of HSUPA users must be determined
before HSUPA user admission. If the current number of HSUPA
users admitted to a cell is smaller than the rounded-down value of
this parameter multiplied by "MaxUpaUserNumDynAdjFactor",
the RNC proceeds with the admission decision operation.
Otherwise, the RNC rejects new HSUPA user admission
128
HSU requests.Increasing the value of this parameter also requires an
increase in the value of "ErgchEhichCodeNum". If the number of
PA
Users HSUPA users increases but insufficient codes are provided for the
E-DCH Relative Grant Channel (E-RGCH) or E-DCH Hybrid
per
Cell ARQ Indicator Channel (E-HICH), radio link (RL) setup or
reconfiguration for HSUPA users may fail. If the value of this

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parameter ranges from 1 to 20, set the "ErgchEhichCodeNum"


parameter to 1. If the value of this parameter ranges from 21 to 40,
set the "ErgchEhichCodeNum" parameter to 2. That is, increase
the value of the "ErgchEhichCodeNum" parameter by 1 each time
the value of this parameter increases by 20. Set the
"ErgchEhichCodeNum" parameter to 7 if the value of this
parameter ranges from 121 to 128.

W
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0
1
0
1

96
Actual Value Range: 0~192
HSU
PA
Default Value: 20
Users
per
Cell

192
HSP
A
Users GUI Value Range: 0~192
per
Cell Unit: None

20
HSU
PA
Users
per
W Cell
R
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D HSP
- A
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6 per
0 Cell
2
0 60
9 HSU
PA

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Description

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4
MaxH
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B
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1
0

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AC 1
2
0
2

HSU
PA
Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Maximum number of users supported by the HSUPA


channel in a cell. This parameter must be set based on product
specifications. The number of HSUPA users must be determined
before HSUPA user admission. If the current number of HSUPA
users admitted to a cell is smaller than the rounded-down value of
this parameter multiplied by "MaxUpaUserNumDynAdjFactor",
the RNC proceeds with the admission decision operation.
Otherwise, the RNC rejects new HSUPA user admission
128
HSU requests.Increasing the value of this parameter also requires an
increase in the value of "ErgchEhichCodeNum". If the number of
PA
Users HSUPA users increases but insufficient codes are provided for the
E-DCH Relative Grant Channel (E-RGCH) or E-DCH Hybrid
per
Cell ARQ Indicator Channel (E-HICH), radio link (RL) setup or
reconfiguration for HSUPA users may fail. If the value of this
W Admi parameter ranges from 1 to 20, set the "ErgchEhichCodeNum"
R ssion parameter to 1. If the value of this parameter ranges from 21 to 40,
F Contr set the "ErgchEhichCodeNum" parameter to 2. That is, increase
the value of the "ErgchEhichCodeNum" parameter by 1 each time
D ol
the value of this parameter increases by 20. Set the
"ErgchEhichCodeNum" parameter to 7 if the value of this
0 192
1 HSP parameter ranges from 121 to 128.
0 A
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GUI Value Range: 0~192


Unit: None

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1

96
HSU Actual Value Range: 0~192
PA
Users Default Value: 20
per
Cell

20
HSU
PA
Users
per
W Cell
R
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D HSP
- A
1 Users
6 per
0 Cell
2
0 60
9 HSU
PA
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6

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1
W
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0
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W
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Description

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3
4
Node
BHsu
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xUser
Num

B
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6
9
0
0

ADD
UNO
DEB
ALG
OPA
RA

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R
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0
1
MO 0
6
D
UNO 7
DEB 0
ALG
OPA W
RA R
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1
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9
W
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0
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128
HSU
PA
Users
per
Cell

Meaning: Maximum number of HSUPA users allowed by the


NodeB.
GUI Value Range: 0~9216
Unit: None

96
Actual Value Range: 0~9216
HSU
PA
Default Value: 6144
Users
per
Cell
HSU
PA
Admi
ssion
Contr
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0
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Node
BHsu
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Num

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6
9
1
0

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UNO
DEB
ALG
OPA
RA

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MO 0
6
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DEB 0
ALG
OPA W
RA R
F
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0
1
0
6
3
9
W
R
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0
1

128
HSU
PA
Users
per
Cell

Meaning: Maximum number of HSUPA users allowed by the


NodeB.
GUI Value Range: 0~9216
Unit: None

96
Actual Value Range: 0~9216
HSU
PA
Default Value: 6144
Users
per
Cell
HSU
PA
Admi
ssion
Contr
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NBM
UlCac
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LGO
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Code
Resou
rce
Mana
geme
nt

Meaning: Selection of uplink power admission control algorithms


ALGORITHM_OFF: Uplink power admission control algorithm
disabled. ALGORITHM_FIRST: Uplink admission control
algorithm based on the power load and the predicted power load
increment caused by admitting new UEs.
ALGORITHM_SECOND: Uplink admission control algorithm
based on the number of equivalent UEs and the predicted
RAB increment in the number of equivalent UEs to be admitted.
Qualit ALGORITHM_THIRD: Uplink admission control algorithm
based on the power load in a cell. ALGORITHM_FOURTH:
y of
Servi Uplink admission control algorithm based on the actual service
load and the predicted service load increment.
ce
Rene
gotiat GUI Value Range: ALGORITHM_OFF, ALGORITHM_FIRST,
ion
ALGORITHM_SECOND, ALGORITHM_THIRD,
over ALGORITHM_FOURTH
Iu
Interf Unit: None
ace
Actual Value Range: ALGORITHM_OFF,
Emer ALGORITHM_FIRST, ALGORITHM_SECOND,
gency ALGORITHM_THIRD, ALGORITHM_FOURTH
Call
Default Value: None
Load
Meas
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at
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1 Reshu
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Description

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e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
2
0
1
0
1
W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
0
6
W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
0
7

ce
Steeri
ng
and
Load
Shari
ng in
RRC
Conn
ection
Setup
Queui
ng
and
PreEmpti
on
Inter
Syste
m
Redir
ect

InterRAT
Redir
ection
Based
W on
R Dista
F nce
D
0

Description

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
2
0
1
0
4
W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
0
5
W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
2
0
W
R
F
D
0

Description

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

1
0
5
0
5
W
R
F
D
0
2
0
4
0
0
0
3
W
R
F
D
0
2
0
4
0
1
NBM
UlCac
AlgoS
elSwit
ch

B
S
C
6
9

ADD
UCE
LLA
LGO
SWI

W
R
F
D
-

Code
Resou
rce
Mana
geme

Meaning: Selection of uplink power admission control algorithms


ALGORITHM_OFF: Uplink power admission control algorithm
disabled. ALGORITHM_FIRST: Uplink admission control
algorithm based on the power load and the predicted power load
increment caused by admitting new UEs.

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

1 TCH 0
0
2
MO 0
1
D
UCE 0
LLA 8
LGO
SWI W
TCH R
F
D
0
1
0
5
0
6
W
R
F
D
0
2
1
1
0
4

nt

Description

ALGORITHM_SECOND: Uplink admission control algorithm


based on the number of equivalent UEs and the predicted
RAB increment in the number of equivalent UEs to be admitted.
Qualit ALGORITHM_THIRD: Uplink admission control algorithm
based on the power load in a cell. ALGORITHM_FOURTH:
y of
Servi Uplink admission control algorithm based on the actual service
load and the predicted service load increment.
ce
Rene
gotiat GUI Value Range: ALGORITHM_OFF, ALGORITHM_FIRST,
ion
ALGORITHM_SECOND, ALGORITHM_THIRD,
over ALGORITHM_FOURTH
Iu
Interf Unit: None
ace
Actual Value Range: ALGORITHM_OFF,
Emer ALGORITHM_FIRST, ALGORITHM_SECOND,
gency ALGORITHM_THIRD, ALGORITHM_FOURTH
Call
Default Value: None
Load
Meas
ureme
nt

Rate
Negot
iation
at
Admi
ssion
Contr
W ol
R
F Admi
D ssion
- Contr

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
0
2
0
1
0
2
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
5
0
7
W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
0
1
W
R
F
D
-

ol
Load
Reshu
ffling
Overl
oad
Contr
ol
Intra
Frequ
ency
Load
Balan
ce
Poten
tial
User
Contr
ol
Servi
ce
Steeri
ng
and
Load
Shari
ng in
RRC
Conn
ection

Description

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
0
2
0
1
0
6

Setup

Queui
ng
and
PreEmpti
W on
R
F Inter
D Syste
- m
0 Redir
2 ect
0
1 Inter0 RAT
7 Redir
ection
W Based
R on
F Dista
D nce
0
2
0
1
0
4
W
R
F
D
-

Description

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
0
2
0
1
0
5
W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
2
0
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
5
0
5
W
R
F
D
-

Description

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

0
2
0
4
0
0
0
3
W
R
F
D
0
2
0
4
0
1
NBM
DlCac
AlgoS
elSwit
ch

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

ADD
UCE
LLA
LGO
SWI
TCH

W
R
F
D
0
1
MO 0
6
D
UCE 6
LLA 0
LGO
SWI W
TCH R
F
D

MBM
S
Phase
2

Meaning: Selection of downlink admission control algorithm


ALGORITHM_OFF: Downlink power admission control
algorithm disabled ALGORITHM_FIRST: Downlink admission
control algorithm based on the power load and the predicted power
load increment caused by admitting new UEs.
MBM ALGORITHM_SECOND: Downlink admission control algorithm
based on the number of downlink equivalent UEs and the
S
over predicted increment in the number of downlink equivalent UEs to
be admitted. ALGORITHM_THIRD: Downlink admission control
Iur
algorithm based on the power load in a cell.
Dyna
GUI Value Range: ALGORITHM_OFF, ALGORITHM_FIRST,
mic
Powe ALGORITHM_SECOND, ALGORITHM_THIRD
r
Estim Unit: None
ation

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
0
1
0
6
6
1
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
6
2
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
2
7
W
R
F
D

Description

for
Actual Value Range: ALGORITHM_OFF,
MTC ALGORITHM_FIRST, ALGORITHM_SECOND,
H
ALGORITHM_THIRD
FAC Default Value: None
H
Trans
missi
on
Shari
ng for
MBM
S
MBM
S
Chan
nel
Audie
nce
Ratin
g
Statist
ics
InterFrequ
ency
Neigh
borin
g Cell
Select
ion
for
MBM
S

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
0
1
0
6
6
5

PTP
Users

W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
6
0
0
4

MBM
S P2P
over
HSD
PA

W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
0
1

MSC
H
Sched
uling

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

MBM
S
Admi
ssion
Enha
ncem
ent

Strea
ming
Servi
ce on
MBM
S

W MBM
R S

Description

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
F
D
0
1
0
6
6
0
0
2
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
6
0
0
3
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
6

Broad
cast
Mode
MBM
S
Load
Contr
ol
MBM
S
Admi
ssion
Contr
ol
MBM
S
Trans
port
Resou
rce
Mana
geme
nt
MBM
S
Soft/S
electi
ve
Comb
ining
MBM

Description

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
3 S
Introd
W uction
R Packa
F ge
D
- 16/32
0 /64/1
1 28Kb
0 ps
6 Chan
1 nel
6 Rate
0 on
6 MBM
S
W
R MBM
F S
D FLC(
- Frequ
0 ency
1 Layer
0 Conv
6 ergen
1 ce)/F
6 LD(F
0 reque
1 ncy
Layer
W Dispe
R rsion)
F
D MBM
- S
0 Enha

Description

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
1
0
6
1
6
0
3
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
6
0
2
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
6
0
5

nced
Broad
cast
Mode

Description

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
6
0
4
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
6
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1

Description

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

6
0
8
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
2
6
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
6
0
0
1
NBM
DlCac
AlgoS
elSwit
ch

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLA
LGO
SWI
TCH

W
R
F
D
0
1

MBM
S
Phase
2

Meaning: Selection of downlink admission control algorithm


ALGORITHM_OFF: Downlink power admission control
algorithm disabled ALGORITHM_FIRST: Downlink admission
control algorithm based on the power load and the predicted power
load increment caused by admitting new UEs.
MBM ALGORITHM_SECOND: Downlink admission control algorithm
based on the number of downlink equivalent UEs and the
S

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

MO
D
UCE
LLA
LGO
SWI
TCH

0 over
6 Iur
6
0 Dyna
mic
W Powe
R r
F Estim
D ation
- for
0 MTC
1 H
0
6 FAC
6 H
1 Trans
missi
W on
R Shari
F ng for
D MBM
- S
0
1 MBM
0 S
6 Chan
6 nel
2 Audie
nce
W Ratin
R g
F Statist
D ics
0 Inter1 Frequ

predicted increment in the number of downlink equivalent UEs to


be admitted. ALGORITHM_THIRD: Downlink admission control
algorithm based on the power load in a cell.
GUI Value Range: ALGORITHM_OFF, ALGORITHM_FIRST,
ALGORITHM_SECOND, ALGORITHM_THIRD
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: ALGORITHM_OFF,
ALGORITHM_FIRST, ALGORITHM_SECOND,
ALGORITHM_THIRD
Default Value: None

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
0
6
2
7
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
6
5

ency
Neigh
borin
g Cell
Select
ion
for
MBM
S
PTP
Users
Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
6
0
0
4

MBM
S P2P
over
HSD
PA

W
R
F
D
-

MSC
H
Sched
uling

MBM
S
Admi
ssion
Enha
ncem
ent

Description

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
0
2
0
1
0
1

Strea
ming
Servi
ce on
MBM
S

W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
6
0
0
2

MBM
S
Broad
cast
Mode

W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
6
0
0
3
W

MBM
S
Load
Contr
ol
MBM
S
Admi
ssion
Contr
ol
MBM
S
Trans
port
Resou
rce
Mana
geme
nt

Description

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
6
3

MBM
S
Soft/S
electi
ve
Comb
ining

MBM
S
Introd
W uction
R Packa
F ge
D
- 16/32
0 /64/1
1 28Kb
0 ps
6 Chan
1 nel
6 Rate
0 on
6 MBM
S
W
R MBM
F S
D FLC(
- Frequ
0 ency
1 Layer
0 Conv
6 ergen
1 ce)/F
6 LD(F

Description

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
0 reque
1 ncy
Layer
W Dispe
R rsion)
F
D MBM
- S
0 Enha
1 nced
0 Broad
6 cast
1 Mode
6
0
3
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
6
0
2
W
R
F
D
-

Description

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
0
1
0
6
1
6
0
5
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
6
0
4
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
6
W

Description

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
6
0
8
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
2
6
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
6
0

Description

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

0
1
Backg B ADD W
round S UCE R
Noise C LLC F
6 AC D
9
0 MO 0
0 D
2
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
2

Load
Meas
ureme
nt

Meaning: If [Auto-Adaptive Background Noise Update Switch] is


set to OFF, it is used to set background noise of the cell. If [AutoAdaptive Background Noise Update Switch] is set to ON, new
background noise is restricted by this parameter and
"BgnAbnormalThd". For details about this parameter, see the
Admi 3GPP TS 25.133.
ssion
Contr GUI Value Range: 0~621
ol
Unit: 0.1dBm
Actual Value Range: -112~-50

W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
0
1
Backg B ADD W
round S UCE R
Noise C LLC F
6 AC D
9
1 MO 0
0 D
2
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0

Default Value: 61

Load
Meas
ureme
nt

Meaning: If [Auto-Adaptive Background Noise Update Switch] is


set to OFF, it is used to set background noise of the cell. If [AutoAdaptive Background Noise Update Switch] is set to ON, new
background noise is restricted by this parameter and
"BgnAbnormalThd". For details about this parameter, see the
Admi 3GPP TS 25.133.
ssion
Contr GUI Value Range: 0~621
ol

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

UlCC
HLoa
dFact
or

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

Unit: 0.1dBm

W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
0
1

Actual Value Range: -112~-50

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Default Value: 61

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Factor of the load reserved for the uplink common


channels. The RNC applies different admission policies for
dedicated channel and common channel users. For common
channel users, the RNC does not make separate power-based
admission decisions but reserve some resources. For dedicated
channel users, the RNC uses the admission control algorithm to
predict the new uplink load factor of a cell after admitting a new
call based on the current uplink load factor and the service
characteristics of the new call. If the predicted new uplink load
factor is less than or equal to the uplink load factor threshold
(depending on the new admission and handover situations), the
RNC admits the new call. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the new
call.
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 0

UlCC

B ADD W Admi Meaning: Factor of the load reserved for the uplink common

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

HLoa
dFact
or

S
C
6
9
1
0

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

UCE R ssion channels. The RNC applies different admission policies for
LLC F Contr dedicated channel and common channel users. For common
AC D ol
channel users, the RNC does not make separate power-based
admission decisions but reserve some resources. For dedicated
channel users, the RNC uses the admission control algorithm to
MO 0
2
predict the new uplink load factor of a cell after admitting a new
D
call based on the current uplink load factor and the service
UCE 0
characteristics of the new call. If the predicted new uplink load
LLC 1
factor is less than or equal to the uplink load factor threshold
AC 0
1
(depending on the new admission and handover situations), the
RNC admits the new call. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the new
call.
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 0

UlHs
Dpcch
RsvdF
actor

UlHs
Dpcch
RsvdF
actor

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi Meaning: Factor of the power reserved for the uplink HSssion DPCCHs that carry ACK/NACK messages
Contr
ol
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 0

B ADD W Admi Meaning: Factor of the power reserved for the uplink HSS UCE R ssion DPCCHs that carry ACK/NACK messages
C LLC F Contr
6
D ol

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

9 AC
1
0 MO
D
UCE
LLC
AC
Hsupa
MaxG
BPTh
d

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
0
2
0
1
0
1

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Description

GUI Value Range: 0~100


Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 0
Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Threshold of the maximum guaranteed power for


HSUPA users. This threshold limits the power that can be used by
HSUPA users. Thus, a part of power resources are reserved for
DCH users to ensure their network access.

HSU GUI Value Range: 0~100


PA
Admi Unit: %
ssion
Contr Actual Value Range: 0~100
ol
Default Value: 100

W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
2
0
2
Hsupa B ADD W Admi Meaning: Threshold of the maximum guaranteed power for
MaxG S UCE R ssion HSUPA users. This threshold limits the power that can be used by
BPTh C LLC F Contr HSUPA users. Thus, a part of power resources are reserved for

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

D
0
2
0
1
0
1

6 AC
9
1 MO
0 D
UCE
LLC
AC

ol

Description

DCH users to ensure their network access.

HSU GUI Value Range: 0~100


PA
Admi Unit: %
ssion
Contr Actual Value Range: 0~100
ol
Default Value: 100

W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
2
0
2
CellUl
EquN
umCa
pacity

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Basic capacity for the uplink equivalent users in a cell.


This parameter is used to check whether the uplink service load of
a cell is within the allowed range. The uplink service load of a cell
is within the allowed range only when the uplink service load is
less than the value of this parameter. In addition, the RTWP antiinterference algorithm takes effect when this algorithm is enabled
and the uplink service load of a cell is within the allowed range.
This algorithm cancels admission rejection and some OLC actions
triggered by high RTWP. Note: If
UL_ENU_ADJ_BAS_ON_RTWP under the
"NBMCacAlgoSwitch2" parameter is set to on, the value of this
parameter is dynamically adjusted based on the RTWP changes in
the cell. The lower threshold of the adjustment is the product of

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

this parameter and the "UlTotalEqUserNum" parameter.


GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 40
CellUl
EquN
umCa
pacity

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Basic capacity for the uplink equivalent users in a cell.


This parameter is used to check whether the uplink service load of
a cell is within the allowed range. The uplink service load of a cell
is within the allowed range only when the uplink service load is
less than the value of this parameter. In addition, the RTWP antiinterference algorithm takes effect when this algorithm is enabled
and the uplink service load of a cell is within the allowed range.
This algorithm cancels admission rejection and some OLC actions
triggered by high RTWP. Note: If
UL_ENU_ADJ_BAS_ON_RTWP under the
"NBMCacAlgoSwitch2" parameter is set to on, the value of this
parameter is dynamically adjusted based on the RTWP changes in
the cell. The lower threshold of the adjustment is the product of
this parameter and the "UlTotalEqUserNum" parameter.
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 40

RRCC B ADD W
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Admi
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Meaning: RRC connection admission control (CAC) mode. When


this parameter is set to LOOSE_CAC, RRC connection admission
adopts a loose admission threshold. When this parameter is set to
STRICT_CAC, the RRC admission threshold equals the RAB

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admission threshold plus the RRC admission threshold offset for


the corresponding service.
GUI Value Range: LOOSE_CAC, STRICT_CAC
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: LOOSE_CAC, STRICT_CAC
Default Value: LOOSE_CAC

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Description

Meaning: RRC connection admission control (CAC) mode. When


this parameter is set to LOOSE_CAC, RRC connection admission
adopts a loose admission threshold. When this parameter is set to
STRICT_CAC, the RRC admission threshold equals the RAB
admission threshold plus the RRC admission threshold offset for
the corresponding service.
GUI Value Range: LOOSE_CAC, STRICT_CAC
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: LOOSE_CAC, STRICT_CAC
Default Value: LOOSE_CAC

Meaning: Whether to enable the algorithms related to cell load


control. Selecting a switch enables the corresponding algorithm
and clearing a switch disables the corresponding algorithm. 1.
INTRA_FREQUENCY_LDB: Whether to enable the cell
breathing algorithm. This algorithm adjusts P-CPICH transmit
power of a cell based on the downlink TCP load to achieve load
balancing between intra-frequency cells. This algorithm
automatically becomes invalid when the load-based dynamic PCPICH transmit power adjustment algorithm (controlled by the
Load DLLOAD_BASED_PCPICH_PWR_ADJ_SWITCH switch) takes
Reshu effect. 2. PUC: Whether to enable the Potential User Control

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Description

(PUC) algorithm. This algorithm adjusts cell selection and


reselection parameters based on the cell load to enable UEs to
reselect lightly loaded cells. 3. UL_UU_OLC: Whether to enable
the uplink overload control (OLC) algorithm. When the uplink
power is overloaded in a cell, this algorithm alleviates the uplink
load by using quick transport format (TF) restriction, distributing
best effort (BE) service to common channels, or releasing UEs. 4.
DL_UU_OLC: Whether to enable the downlink OLC algorithm.
When the downlink power is overloaded in a cell, this algorithm
alleviates the downlink load by using quick TF restriction,
distributing BE services to common channels, releasing UEs, or
reconfiguring the maximum transmit power of FACHs. 5.
UL_UU_LDR: Whether to enable the uplink load reshuffling
(LDR) algorithm. When the uplink load is heavy in a cell, this
algorithm alleviates the uplink load by using load-based interfrequency handovers, BE service rate reduction, uncontrollable
real-time service QoS renegotiation, load-based CS/PS inter-RAT
handovers, and AMR service rate reduction. 6. DL_UU_LDR:
Whether to enable the downlink LDR algorithm. When the
downlink load is heavy in a cell, this algorithm alleviates the
downlink load by using load-based inter-frequency handovers, BE
service rate reduction, uncontrollable real-time service QoS
renegotiation, load-based CS/PS inter-RAT handovers, AMR
service rate reduction, and MBMS power restriction. 7.
OLC_EVENTMEAS: Whether to enable OLC event
measurement. 8. CELL_CODE_LDR: Whether to enable cell code
reshuffling algorithm. In the event of code resource overuse, this
algorithm alleviates the code resource overuse by using BE service
rate reduction, code tree reshuffling, and load-based interfrequency handovers. 9. CELL_CREDIT_LDR: Whether to enable
the cell credit reshuffling algorithm. In the event of cell credit
overuse, this algorithm alleviates the credit overuse by using loadbased inter-frequency handovers, BE service rate reduction,
uncontrollable real-time service QoS renegotiation, and load-based
CS/PS inter-RAT handovers. 10.
UL_INTRA_FREQUENCY_ULB: Whether to enable RTWP-

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based intra-frequency load balancing algorithm. This algorithm


adjusts P-CPICH transmit power of a cell based on the RTWP
load to achieve load balancing between intra-frequency cells. This
algorithm automatically becomes invalid when the load-based
dynamic P-CPICH transmit power adjustment algorithm
(controlled by the
DLLOAD_BASED_PCPICH_PWR_ADJ_SWITCH switch) takes
effect. 11. UL_UU_CLB: Whether to enable the uplink load-based
CLB algorithm. This algorithm determines whether a cell enters
the CLB state by the uplink load on the air interface. If a cell is in
the CLB state, measurement-based inter-frequency handovers are
triggered periodically to achieve load balancing between interfrequency cells. 12. DL_UU_CLB: Whether to enable the
downlink load-based CLB algorithm. This algorithm determines
whether a cell enters the CLB state by the downlink load on the air
interface. If a cell is in the CLB state, measurement-based interfrequency handovers are triggered periodically to achieve load
balancing between inter-frequency cells. 13. CELL_CODE_CLB:
Whether to enable code resource-based CLB algorithm. This
algorithm determines whether a cell enters the CLB state by the
code resource usage. If a cell is in the CLB state, measurementbased inter-frequency handovers are triggered periodically to
achieve load balancing between inter-frequency cells. 14.
CELL_CREDIT_CLB: Whether to enable credit-based CLB
algorithm. This algorithm determines whether a cell enters the
CLB state by the credit resource usage. If a cell is in the CLB
state, measurement-based inter-frequency handovers are triggered
periodically to achieve load balancing between inter-frequency
cells. 15. DLLOAD_BASED_PCPICH_PWR_ADJ_SWITCH:
Whether to enable downlink load-based dynamic primary common
pilot channel (P-CPICH) power adjustment algorithm. This
algorithm adjusts the P-CPICH transmit power by the downlink
non-HSPA power load to reduce the downlink non-HSPA power
load. If this algorithm takes effect, other enabled algorithms for
intra-frequency load balancing (based on TCP or RTWP)
automatically become invalid. 16. ADAPTIVE_RACH: Function

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5 rce
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switch for the adaptive RACH feature. When this switch is turned
on, this feature is activated. In this case, the RNC adjusts the
random access parameters based on the random access state and
on the uplink power load of the target cell. When this switch is
turned off, this feature is deactivated. 17.
ACK_PRACH_PREAM_MEAS: Whether to measure the number
of acknowledged PRACH preambles. When this switch is turned
on, the RNC measures the number of acknowledged PRACH
preambles. When this switch is turned off, the RNC does not
measure the number of acknowledged PRACH preambles. 18.
CAMPING_STRATEGY_SWITCH: Whether to enable the
camping policy switching function when traffic is heavy. This is a
function switch for the function. When the switch is turned on, the
camping policy switching function is enabled if traffic is heavy in
the entire network. Then, the target cell is no longer a preferred
camping cell for the UE in question, but a random camping cell.

W
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GUI Value Range: INTRA_FREQUENCY_LDB, PUC,


UL_UU_LDR, DL_UU_LDR, UL_UU_OLC, DL_UU_OLC,
OLC_EVENTMEAS, CELL_CODE_LDR,
CELL_CREDIT_LDR, UL_INTRA_FREQUENCY_ULB,
UL_UU_CLB, DL_UU_CLB, CELL_CODE_CLB,
CELL_CREDIT_CLB,
DLLOAD_BASED_PCPICH_PWR_ADJ_SWITCH,
ADAPTIVE_RACH, ACK_PRACH_PREAM_MEAS,
CAMPING_STRATEGY_SWITCH

Unit: None
Overl
Actual Value Range: INTRA_FREQUENCY_LDB, PUC,
oad
Contr UL_UU_LDR, DL_UU_LDR, UL_UU_OLC, DL_UU_OLC,
OLC_EVENTMEAS, CELL_CODE_LDR,
ol
CELL_CREDIT_LDR, UL_INTRA_FREQUENCY_ULB,
Intra UL_UU_CLB, DL_UU_CLB, CELL_CODE_CLB,
Frequ CELL_CREDIT_CLB,
ency DLLOAD_BASED_PCPICH_PWR_ADJ_SWITCH,

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2 Balan CAMPING_STRATEGY_SWITCH
3 ce
Default Value:
W Poten INTRA_FREQUENCY_LDB:0,PUC:0,UL_UU_LDR:0,DL_UU_
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LDR:0,UL_UU_OLC:0,DL_UU_OLC:0,OLC_EVENTMEAS:0,
F User CELL_CODE_LDR:0,CELL_CREDIT_LDR:0,UL_INTRA_FRE
D Contr QUENCY_ULB:0,UL_UU_CLB:0,DL_UU_CLB:0,CELL_COD
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1
PWR_ADJ_SWITCH:0,ADAPTIVE_RACH:0,ACK_PRACH_PR
5 Mobil EAM_MEAS:0,CAMPING_STRATEGY_SWITCH:0
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Camp
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Strate
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Mass
Event

Meaning: Whether to enable the algorithms related to cell load


control. Selecting a switch enables the corresponding algorithm
and clearing a switch disables the corresponding algorithm. 1.
INTRA_FREQUENCY_LDB: Whether to enable the cell
breathing algorithm. This algorithm adjusts P-CPICH transmit
power of a cell based on the downlink TCP load to achieve load
balancing between intra-frequency cells. This algorithm
automatically becomes invalid when the load-based dynamic PCPICH transmit power adjustment algorithm (controlled by the

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DLLOAD_BASED_PCPICH_PWR_ADJ_SWITCH switch) takes


effect. 2. PUC: Whether to enable the Potential User Control
(PUC) algorithm. This algorithm adjusts cell selection and
reselection parameters based on the cell load to enable UEs to
reselect lightly loaded cells. 3. UL_UU_OLC: Whether to enable
the uplink overload control (OLC) algorithm. When the uplink
power is overloaded in a cell, this algorithm alleviates the uplink
load by using quick transport format (TF) restriction, distributing
best effort (BE) service to common channels, or releasing UEs. 4.
DL_UU_OLC: Whether to enable the downlink OLC algorithm.
When the downlink power is overloaded in a cell, this algorithm
alleviates the downlink load by using quick TF restriction,
distributing BE services to common channels, releasing UEs, or
reconfiguring the maximum transmit power of FACHs. 5.
UL_UU_LDR: Whether to enable the uplink load reshuffling
(LDR) algorithm. When the uplink load is heavy in a cell, this
algorithm alleviates the uplink load by using load-based interfrequency handovers, BE service rate reduction, uncontrollable
real-time service QoS renegotiation, load-based CS/PS inter-RAT
handovers, and AMR service rate reduction. 6. DL_UU_LDR:
Whether to enable the downlink LDR algorithm. When the
downlink load is heavy in a cell, this algorithm alleviates the
downlink load by using load-based inter-frequency handovers, BE
service rate reduction, uncontrollable real-time service QoS
renegotiation, load-based CS/PS inter-RAT handovers, AMR
service rate reduction, and MBMS power restriction. 7.
OLC_EVENTMEAS: Whether to enable OLC event
measurement. 8. CELL_CODE_LDR: Whether to enable cell code
reshuffling algorithm. In the event of code resource overuse, this
algorithm alleviates the code resource overuse by using BE service
rate reduction, code tree reshuffling, and load-based interfrequency handovers. 9. CELL_CREDIT_LDR: Whether to enable
the cell credit reshuffling algorithm. In the event of cell credit
overuse, this algorithm alleviates the credit overuse by using loadbased inter-frequency handovers, BE service rate reduction,
uncontrollable real-time service QoS renegotiation, and load-based

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W UMT
R S
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D PS
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5
0 HSD
2 PA
1 Admi
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Contr
W ol
R
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5
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2 N

CS/PS inter-RAT handovers. 10.


UL_INTRA_FREQUENCY_ULB: Whether to enable RTWPbased intra-frequency load balancing algorithm. This algorithm
adjusts P-CPICH transmit power of a cell based on the RTWP
load to achieve load balancing between intra-frequency cells. This
algorithm automatically becomes invalid when the load-based
dynamic P-CPICH transmit power adjustment algorithm
(controlled by the
DLLOAD_BASED_PCPICH_PWR_ADJ_SWITCH switch) takes
effect. 11. UL_UU_CLB: Whether to enable the uplink load-based
CLB algorithm. This algorithm determines whether a cell enters
the CLB state by the uplink load on the air interface. If a cell is in
the CLB state, measurement-based inter-frequency handovers are
triggered periodically to achieve load balancing between interfrequency cells. 12. DL_UU_CLB: Whether to enable the
downlink load-based CLB algorithm. This algorithm determines
whether a cell enters the CLB state by the downlink load on the air
interface. If a cell is in the CLB state, measurement-based interfrequency handovers are triggered periodically to achieve load
balancing between inter-frequency cells. 13. CELL_CODE_CLB:
Whether to enable code resource-based CLB algorithm. This
algorithm determines whether a cell enters the CLB state by the
code resource usage. If a cell is in the CLB state, measurementbased inter-frequency handovers are triggered periodically to
achieve load balancing between inter-frequency cells. 14.
CELL_CREDIT_CLB: Whether to enable credit-based CLB
algorithm. This algorithm determines whether a cell enters the
CLB state by the credit resource usage. If a cell is in the CLB
state, measurement-based inter-frequency handovers are triggered
periodically to achieve load balancing between inter-frequency
cells. 15. DLLOAD_BASED_PCPICH_PWR_ADJ_SWITCH:
Whether to enable downlink load-based dynamic primary common
pilot channel (P-CPICH) power adjustment algorithm. This
algorithm adjusts the P-CPICH transmit power by the downlink
non-HSPA power load to reduce the downlink non-HSPA power
load. If this algorithm takes effect, other enabled algorithms for

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Description

intra-frequency load balancing (based on TCP or RTWP)


automatically become invalid. 16. ADAPTIVE_RACH: Function
switch for the adaptive RACH feature. When this switch is turned
on, this feature is activated. In this case, the RNC adjusts the
random access parameters based on the random access state and
on the uplink power load of the target cell. When this switch is
turned off, this feature is deactivated. 17.
ACK_PRACH_PREAM_MEAS: Whether to measure the number
of acknowledged PRACH preambles. When this switch is turned
on, the RNC measures the number of acknowledged PRACH
preambles. When this switch is turned off, the RNC does not
measure the number of acknowledged PRACH preambles. 18.
CAMPING_STRATEGY_SWITCH: Whether to enable the
camping policy switching function when traffic is heavy. This is a
function switch for the function. When the switch is turned on, the
camping policy switching function is enabled if traffic is heavy in
the entire network. Then, the target cell is no longer a preferred
Admi camping cell for the UE in question, but a random camping cell.
ssion
Contr GUI Value Range: INTRA_FREQUENCY_LDB, PUC,
UL_UU_LDR, DL_UU_LDR, UL_UU_OLC, DL_UU_OLC,
ol
OLC_EVENTMEAS, CELL_CODE_LDR,
Fast CELL_CREDIT_LDR, UL_INTRA_FREQUENCY_ULB,
Retur UL_UU_CLB, DL_UU_CLB, CELL_CODE_CLB,
CELL_CREDIT_CLB,
n
from DLLOAD_BASED_PCPICH_PWR_ADJ_SWITCH,
UMT ADAPTIVE_RACH, ACK_PRACH_PREAM_MEAS,
CAMPING_STRATEGY_SWITCH
S to
LTE
Unit: None
Overl
Actual Value Range: INTRA_FREQUENCY_LDB, PUC,
oad
Contr UL_UU_LDR, DL_UU_LDR, UL_UU_OLC, DL_UU_OLC,
OLC_EVENTMEAS, CELL_CODE_LDR,
ol
CELL_CREDIT_LDR, UL_INTRA_FREQUENCY_ULB,
Intra UL_UU_CLB, DL_UU_CLB, CELL_CODE_CLB,

Para N MM
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ID
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F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
0
2
2
3
W
R
F
D
1
5
0
2
3
6
W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
0
1
W
R
F
D
1
4

Frequ
ency
Load
Balan
ce

Description

CELL_CREDIT_CLB,
DLLOAD_BASED_PCPICH_PWR_ADJ_SWITCH,
ADAPTIVE_RACH, ACK_PRACH_PREAM_MEAS,
CAMPING_STRATEGY_SWITCH

Default Value:
INTRA_FREQUENCY_LDB:0,PUC:0,UL_UU_LDR:0,DL_UU_
LDR:0,UL_UU_OLC:0,DL_UU_OLC:0,OLC_EVENTMEAS:0,
CELL_CODE_LDR:0,CELL_CREDIT_LDR:0,UL_INTRA_FRE
QUENCY_ULB:0,UL_UU_CLB:0,DL_UU_CLB:0,CELL_COD
E_CLB:0,CELL_CREDIT_CLB:0,DLLOAD_BASED_PCPICH_
PWR_ADJ_SWITCH:0,ADAPTIVE_RACH:0,ACK_PRACH_PR
Mobil EAM_MEAS:0,CAMPING_STRATEGY_SWITCH:0
ity
Betw
een
UMT
S and
LTE
Phase
1
Poten
tial
User
Contr
ol

HSU
PA
Admi
ssion
Contr
ol
PS
Servi
ce
Redir
ection
from
UMT

Para N MM
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a Name
t
u
r
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I
D
0 S to
2 LTE
2
6 MBM
S
W FLC(
R Frequ
F ency
D Layer
- Conv
0 ergen
2 ce)/F
0 LD(F
1 reque
0 ncy
7 Layer
Dispe
W rsion)
R
F FAC
D H
- Trans
0 missi
2 on
0 Shari
1 ng for
0 MBM
4 S
W
R
F
D
0
2

Inter
Frequ
ency
Load
Balan
ce

Description

Para N MM
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a Name
t
u
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0
1
0
5

MBM
S
Phase
2

W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
2
6

MBM
S
over
Iur

Dyna
mic
Powe
r
Estim
ation
for
W MTC
R H
F
D MSC
- H
0 Sched
1 uling
0
6 MBM
1 S
2 Chan
0 nel
2 Audie
nce
W Ratin
R g
F Statist
D ics
-

Description

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F Featu
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re
a Name
t
u
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I
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0
2
0
1
2
9

CS
Fallba
ck
Guara
ntee
for
LTE
W Emer
R gency
F Calls
D
- Inter0 Frequ
1 ency
0 Neigh
6 borin
2 g Cell
6 Select
ion
W for
R MBM
F S
D PTP
- Users
0
1 Strea
0 ming
6 Servi
2 ce on
7 MBM
S
W
R MBM
F S P2P
D over
- HSD

Description

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a Name
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0
2
0
1
0
3

PA

MBM
S
Admi
ssion
Enha
W ncem
R ent
F
D MBM
- S
0 Enha
1 nced
0 Broad
6 cast
6 Mode
0
MBM
W S
R Trans
F port
D Resou
- rce
0 Mana
1 geme
0 nt
6
6 Cover
1 age
Based
W PS
R Hand
F over
D from
- UMT

Description

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F Featu
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a Name
t
u
r
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I
D
0
1
0
6
6
2

S to
LTE

MBM
S
Broad
cast
W Mode
R
F MBM
D S
- Load
0 Contr
1 ol
0
6 MBM
6 S
3 Admi
ssion
W Contr
R ol
F
D Inter- Frequ
0 ency
1 Load
0 Balan
6 cing
6 Based
5 on
Confi
W gurab
R le
F Load
D Thres
-

Description

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F Featu
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a Name
t
u
r
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I
D
1
4
0
1
0
2

hold

MBM
S
Soft/S
electi
ve
W Comb
R ining
F
D MBM
- S
0 Introd
1 uction
0 Packa
6 ge
6
0 16/32
0 /64/1
4 28Kb
ps
W Chan
R nel
F Rate
D on
- MBM
0 S
1
0 Servi
6 ce1 Based
6 PS
0 Hand
6 over
from
W UMT

Description

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F Featu
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a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
R S to
F LTE
D
0
1
0
6
6
0
0
2
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
6
0
0
3
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6

Description

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a Name
t
u
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I
D
6
0
0
1
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
6
0
5
W
R
F
D
1
5
0
2
2
0
W
R
F
D
-

Description

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a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
0
1
0
6
1
6
0
1
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
6
0
3
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
6
0

Description

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F Featu
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a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
2
W
R
F
D
1
4
0
2
1
7
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
6
0
4
W
R
F
D
0
1
0

Description

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F Featu
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a Name
t
u
r
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I
D

Description

6
1
6
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
6
0
8
W
R
F
D
1
4
0
2
1
8
UlOlc B ADD W
TrigT S UCE R
hd
C LLL F
6 DM D
9
0 MO 0
0 D
2

Load
Meas
ureme
nt

Meaning: Threshold for triggering uplink OLC. If the ratio of the


uplink load to the uplink capacity is higher than or equal to this
threshold for a duration longer than that specified by the
"UlLdTrnsHysTime" parameter, uplink OLC (overload state) is
triggered and OLC actions are performed to reduce the cell load.
Overl The recommended value difference between "UlOlcRelThd" and
"UlOlcTrigThd" is higher than 10% because the load fluctuates.
oad

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a Name
t
u
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I
D

Description

UCE 0 Contr Otherwise, a cell frequently enters and leaves the overload state.
LLL 1 ol
DM 0
GUI Value Range: 0~100
2
Unit: %
W
R
Actual Value Range: 0~100
F
D
Default Value: 95
0
2
0
1
0
7
UlOlc B ADD W
TrigT S UCE R
hd
C LLL F
6 DM D
9
1 MO 0
0 D
2
UCE 0
LLL 1
DM 0
2

Load
Meas
ureme
nt

Meaning: Threshold for triggering uplink OLC. If the ratio of the


uplink load to the uplink capacity is higher than or equal to this
threshold for a duration longer than that specified by the
"UlLdTrnsHysTime" parameter, uplink OLC (overload state) is
triggered and OLC actions are performed to reduce the cell load.
Overl The recommended value difference between "UlOlcRelThd" and
"UlOlcTrigThd" is higher than 10% because the load fluctuates.
oad
Contr Otherwise, a cell frequently enters and leaves the overload state.
ol
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %

W
R
F
D
0
2
0

Actual Value Range: 0~100


Default Value: 95

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F Featu
e
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a Name
t
u
r
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I
D

Description

1
0
7
UlNo
nCtrlT
hdFor
AMR

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Whether AMR speech services are admitted. When an


AMR speech service accesses a cell, the RNC evaluates the uplink
load of the cell after the AMR speech service is accessed. If the
uplink load of the cell is higher than this threshold after the access
of an AMR speech service, this service will be rejected.
Otherwise, this service will be admitted. Different uplink load
thresholds are used to admit handover services, AMR
conversational services, non-AMR conversational services, and
other services. Different access priorities can be assigned for these
services based on the relationships among the parameters
"UlNonCtrlThdForHo", "UlNonCtrlThdForAMR",
"UlNonCtrlThdForNonAMR", and "UlNonCtrlThdForOther". If
the "NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch" parameter is set to
ALGORITHM_FOURTH, the recommended value of this
parameter is 83.
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 75

UlNo
nCtrlT
hdFor
AMR

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Whether AMR speech services are admitted. When an


AMR speech service accesses a cell, the RNC evaluates the uplink
load of the cell after the AMR speech service is accessed. If the
uplink load of the cell is higher than this threshold after the access
of an AMR speech service, this service will be rejected.
Otherwise, this service will be admitted. Different uplink load
thresholds are used to admit handover services, AMR
conversational services, non-AMR conversational services, and
other services. Different access priorities can be assigned for these

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

AC

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
0
1

Description

services based on the relationships among the parameters


"UlNonCtrlThdForHo", "UlNonCtrlThdForAMR",
"UlNonCtrlThdForNonAMR", and "UlNonCtrlThdForOther". If
the "NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch" parameter is set to
ALGORITHM_FOURTH, the recommended value of this
parameter is 83.
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 75

RTRR
CCac
ThdOf
fset

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Power threshold offset for RRC connection admission


control (CAC) on real-time services. With the strict CAC, the
uplink power admission threshold equals RTRRCCacThdOffset
plus UlNonCtrlThdForAMR and the downlink power admission
threshold equals RTRRCCacThdOffset plus DlConvAMRThd for
real-time services. The RNC identifies services as real-time
services if the establishment cause in the RRC CONNECTION
REQUEST message is one of the following: Originating
Conversational Call, Terminating Conversational Call, Originating
Streaming Call, and Terminating Streaming Call.
GUI Value Range: -100~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: -1~1
Default Value: 5

RTRR B ADD W Admi Meaning: Power threshold offset for RRC connection admission
CCac S UCE R ssion control (CAC) on real-time services. With the strict CAC, the
ThdOf C LLC F Contr uplink power admission threshold equals RTRRCCacThdOffset

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meter E L
ID
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d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

fset

D ol
0
2
0
1
0
1

6 AC
9
1 MO
0 D
UCE
LLC
AC

Description

plus UlNonCtrlThdForAMR and the downlink power admission


threshold equals RTRRCCacThdOffset plus DlConvAMRThd for
real-time services. The RNC identifies services as real-time
services if the establishment cause in the RRC CONNECTION
REQUEST message is one of the following: Originating
Conversational Call, Terminating Conversational Call, Originating
Streaming Call, and Terminating Streaming Call.
GUI Value Range: -100~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: -1~1
Default Value: 5

UlCell B ADD W
Total S UCE R
Thd
C LLC F
6 AC D
9
0 MO 0
0 D
2
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Threshold for admission based on the total uplink power


resources in HSUPA cells. For dedicated channel users, the RNC
predicts the new uplink load factor of a cell after admitting a new
call based on the current uplink load factor and the service
characteristics of the new call. If the predicted new uplink load
factor is less than or equal to this threshold, the RNC admits the
new call. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the new call. This parameter
must be configured based on the setting of the
"MaxTargetUlLoadFactor" parameter. The value of this parameter
must be a bit greater than the value of "MaxTargetUlLoadFactor",
because the HSUPA scheduling mechanism causes the total uplink
load to fluctuate and be close to the value of
"MaxTargetUlLoadFactor".
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 83

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

UlCell B ADD W
Total S UCE R
Thd
C LLC F
6 AC D
9
1 MO 0
0 D
2
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Description

Meaning: Threshold for admission based on the total uplink power


resources in HSUPA cells. For dedicated channel users, the RNC
predicts the new uplink load factor of a cell after admitting a new
call based on the current uplink load factor and the service
characteristics of the new call. If the predicted new uplink load
factor is less than or equal to this threshold, the RNC admits the
new call. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the new call. This parameter
must be configured based on the setting of the
"MaxTargetUlLoadFactor" parameter. The value of this parameter
must be a bit greater than the value of "MaxTargetUlLoadFactor",
because the HSUPA scheduling mechanism causes the total uplink
load to fluctuate and be close to the value of
"MaxTargetUlLoadFactor".
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 83

UlNo
nCtrlT
hdFor
Other

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Whether other services, excluding AMR speech


services, handover services, and conversational non-AMR
services, are admitted. When a service accesses a cell, the RNC
evaluates the uplink load of the cell after the service is accessed. If
the uplink load of the cell is higher than this threshold after the
access of the service, this service will be rejected. Otherwise, this
service will be admitted. Different uplink load thresholds are used
to admit handover services, AMR conversational services, nonAMR conversational services, and other services. Different access
priorities can be assigned for these services based on the
relationships among the parameters "UlNonCtrlThdForHo",
"UlNonCtrlThdForAMR", "UlNonCtrlThdForNonAMR", and
"UlNonCtrlThdForOther". If the "NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch"
parameter is set to ALGORITHM_FOURTH, the recommended

Para N MM
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ID
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F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

value of this parameter is 83.


GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 60
UlNo
nCtrlT
hdFor
Other

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Whether other services, excluding AMR speech


services, handover services, and conversational non-AMR
services, are admitted. When a service accesses a cell, the RNC
evaluates the uplink load of the cell after the service is accessed. If
the uplink load of the cell is higher than this threshold after the
access of the service, this service will be rejected. Otherwise, this
service will be admitted. Different uplink load thresholds are used
to admit handover services, AMR conversational services, nonAMR conversational services, and other services. Different access
priorities can be assigned for these services based on the
relationships among the parameters "UlNonCtrlThdForHo",
"UlNonCtrlThdForAMR", "UlNonCtrlThdForNonAMR", and
"UlNonCtrlThdForOther". If the "NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch"
parameter is set to ALGORITHM_FOURTH, the recommended
value of this parameter is 83.
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 60

NRTR B ADD W Admi Meaning: Power threshold offset for RRC CAC on non-real-time
RCCa S UCE R ssion services. This offset applies to the uplink load admission threshold
cThd C LLC F Contr specified by the "UlNonCtrlThdForOther" parameter and the

Para N MM
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ID
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man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Offset 6 AC
9
0 MO
0 D
UCE
LLC
AC

D ol
0
2
0
1
0
1

Description

downlink load admission threshold specified by the "DlOtherThd"


parameter. With the strict CAC, the uplink power admission
threshold equals this offset plus the value of
"UlNonCtrlThdForOther" and the downlink power admission
threshold equals this offset plus the value of "DlOtherThd" for
non-real-time services. The RNC identifies services as non-realtime services if the establishment cause in the RRC
CONNECTION REQUEST message is one of the following:
Originating Interactive Call, Originating Background Call,
Terminating Interactive Call, Terminating Background Call,
Originating High Priority Signaling, Terminating High Priority
Signaling, and Originating Subscribed traffic Call.
GUI Value Range: -100~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: -1~1
Default Value: 5

NRTR
RCCa
cThd
Offset

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Power threshold offset for RRC CAC on non-real-time


services. This offset applies to the uplink load admission threshold
specified by the "UlNonCtrlThdForOther" parameter and the
downlink load admission threshold specified by the "DlOtherThd"
parameter. With the strict CAC, the uplink power admission
threshold equals this offset plus the value of
"UlNonCtrlThdForOther" and the downlink power admission
threshold equals this offset plus the value of "DlOtherThd" for
non-real-time services. The RNC identifies services as non-realtime services if the establishment cause in the RRC
CONNECTION REQUEST message is one of the following:
Originating Interactive Call, Originating Background Call,
Terminating Interactive Call, Terminating Background Call,
Originating High Priority Signaling, Terminating High Priority
Signaling, and Originating Subscribed traffic Call.

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

GUI Value Range: -100~100


Unit: %
Actual Value Range: -1~1
Default Value: 5
Other
RRCC
acThd
Offset

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Power threshold offset for RRC call admission control


(CAC) on services other than real-time and non-real-time services.
With the strict CAC, the uplink power admission threshold equals
OtherRRCCacThdOffset plus UlOlcTrigThd and the downlink
power admission threshold equals OtherRRCCacThdOffset plus
DlOlcTrigThd for the other services. The RNC identifies services
as the other services if the establishment cause in the RRC
CONNECTION REQUEST message is none of the following:
Originating Conversational Call, Terminating Conversational Call,
Originating Streaming Call, Terminating Streaming Call,
Originating Interactive Call, Originating Background Call,
Terminating Interactive Call, Terminating Background Call,
Originating High Priority Signaling, Terminating High Priority
Signaling, and Originating Subscribed traffic Call.
GUI Value Range: -100~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: -1~1
Default Value: 0

Other
RRCC
acThd
Offset

B
S
C
6
9
1

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC
MO

W
R
F
D
0

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Power threshold offset for RRC call admission control


(CAC) on services other than real-time and non-real-time services.
With the strict CAC, the uplink power admission threshold equals
OtherRRCCacThdOffset plus UlOlcTrigThd and the downlink
power admission threshold equals OtherRRCCacThdOffset plus
DlOlcTrigThd for the other services. The RNC identifies services

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

0 D
UCE
LLC
AC

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
2
0
1
0
1

Description

as the other services if the establishment cause in the RRC


CONNECTION REQUEST message is none of the following:
Originating Conversational Call, Terminating Conversational Call,
Originating Streaming Call, Terminating Streaming Call,
Originating Interactive Call, Originating Background Call,
Terminating Interactive Call, Terminating Background Call,
Originating High Priority Signaling, Terminating High Priority
Signaling, and Originating Subscribed traffic Call.
GUI Value Range: -100~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: -1~1
Default Value: 0

UlNo
nCtrlT
hdFor
NonA
MR

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Whether conversational non-AMR services are


admitted. When a conversational non-AMR service accesses a
cell, the RNC evaluates the uplink load of the cell after the
conversational non-AMR service is accessed. If the uplink load of
the cell is higher than this threshold after the access of a
conversational non-AMR service, this service will be rejected.
Otherwise, this service will be admitted. Different uplink load
thresholds are used to admit handover services, AMR
conversational services, non-AMR conversational services, and
other services. Different access priorities can be assigned for these
services based on the relationships among the parameters
"UlNonCtrlThdForHo", "UlNonCtrlThdForAMR",
"UlNonCtrlThdForNonAMR", and "UlNonCtrlThdForOther". If
the "NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch" parameter is set to
ALGORITHM_FOURTH, the recommended value of this
parameter is 83.
GUI Value Range: 0~100

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 75
UlNo
nCtrlT
hdFor
NonA
MR

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Whether conversational non-AMR services are


admitted. When a conversational non-AMR service accesses a
cell, the RNC evaluates the uplink load of the cell after the
conversational non-AMR service is accessed. If the uplink load of
the cell is higher than this threshold after the access of a
conversational non-AMR service, this service will be rejected.
Otherwise, this service will be admitted. Different uplink load
thresholds are used to admit handover services, AMR
conversational services, non-AMR conversational services, and
other services. Different access priorities can be assigned for these
services based on the relationships among the parameters
"UlNonCtrlThdForHo", "UlNonCtrlThdForAMR",
"UlNonCtrlThdForNonAMR", and "UlNonCtrlThdForOther". If
the "NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch" parameter is set to
ALGORITHM_FOURTH, the recommended value of this
parameter is 83.
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 75

UlNo
nCtrlT
hdFor
Ho

B
S
C
6
9
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC
MO

W
R
F
D
0

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Whether uplink handover services are admitted. When a


handover service accesses a cell, the RNC evaluates the uplink
load of the cell after the handover service is accessed. If the uplink
load of the cell is higher than this threshold after the access of a
handover service, this service will be rejected. Otherwise, this
service will be admitted. Different uplink load thresholds are used

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

0 D
UCE
LLC
AC

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
2
0
1
0
1

Description

to admit handover services, AMR conversational services, nonAMR conversational services, and other services. Different access
priorities can be assigned for these services based on the
relationships among the parameters "UlNonCtrlThdForHo",
"UlNonCtrlThdForAMR", "UlNonCtrlThdForNonAMR", and
"UlNonCtrlThdForOther". If the "NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch"
parameter is set to ALGORITHM_FOURTH, the recommended
value of this parameter is 83.
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 80

UlNo
nCtrlT
hdFor
Ho

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Whether uplink handover services are admitted. When a


handover service accesses a cell, the RNC evaluates the uplink
load of the cell after the handover service is accessed. If the uplink
load of the cell is higher than this threshold after the access of a
handover service, this service will be rejected. Otherwise, this
service will be admitted. Different uplink load thresholds are used
to admit handover services, AMR conversational services, nonAMR conversational services, and other services. Different access
priorities can be assigned for these services based on the
relationships among the parameters "UlNonCtrlThdForHo",
"UlNonCtrlThdForAMR", "UlNonCtrlThdForNonAMR", and
"UlNonCtrlThdForOther". If the "NBMUlCacAlgoSelSwitch"
parameter is set to ALGORITHM_FOURTH, the recommended
value of this parameter is 83.
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

Actual Value Range: 0~100


Default Value: 80
Hsupa
LowP
riority
UserP
BRTh
d

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Whether to admit HSUPA services. If the sum of PBR


of all HSUPA users with a lower scheduling priority than the user
to be admitted is higher than or equal to the product of the value of
this parameter and the sum of GBR of all HSUPA users with a
lower scheduling priority than the user to be admitted, the QoS of
HSU the admitted users can be satisfied and new HSUPA services are
allowed. Otherwise, the QoS of the admitted users cannot be
PA
Admi satisfied and new HSUPA services are rejected.
ssion
Contr GUI Value Range: 0~100
ol
Unit: %

W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
2
0
2
Hsupa
LowP
riority
UserP
BRTh
d

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC
MO
D

W
R
F
D
0
2

Actual Value Range: 0~100


Default Value: 100

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol
HSU
PA

Meaning: Whether to admit HSUPA services. If the sum of PBR


of all HSUPA users with a lower scheduling priority than the user
to be admitted is higher than or equal to the product of the value of
this parameter and the sum of GBR of all HSUPA users with a
lower scheduling priority than the user to be admitted, the QoS of
the admitted users can be satisfied and new HSUPA services are
allowed. Otherwise, the QoS of the admitted users cannot be

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

UCE 0 Admi satisfied and new HSUPA services are rejected.


LLC 1 ssion
AC 0 Contr GUI Value Range: 0~100
1 ol
Unit: %
W
R
Actual Value Range: 0~100
F
D
Default Value: 100
0
1
0
6
1
2
0
2
Hsupa
Equal
Priorit
yUser
PBRT
hd

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1
W
R
F
D
0

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: WWhether to admit HSUPA services. If the sum of PBR


of all HSUPA users with the same scheduling priority as the user
to be admitted is higher than or equal to the product of the value of
this parameter and the sum of GBR of all HSUPA users with the
same scheduling priority as the user to be admitted, the QoS of the
HSU admitted users can be satisfied and new HSUPA services are
allowed. Otherwise, the QoS of the admitted users cannot be
PA
Admi satisfied and new HSUPA services are rejected.
ssion
Contr GUI Value Range: 0~100
ol
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 100

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

1
0
6
1
2
0
2
Hsupa
Equal
Priorit
yUser
PBRT
hd

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
2
0
2

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: WWhether to admit HSUPA services. If the sum of PBR


of all HSUPA users with the same scheduling priority as the user
to be admitted is higher than or equal to the product of the value of
this parameter and the sum of GBR of all HSUPA users with the
same scheduling priority as the user to be admitted, the QoS of the
HSU admitted users can be satisfied and new HSUPA services are
allowed. Otherwise, the QoS of the admitted users cannot be
PA
Admi satisfied and new HSUPA services are rejected.
ssion
Contr GUI Value Range: 0~100
ol
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 100

Hsupa B ADD W Admi Meaning: Whether to admit HSUPA services. If the sum of PBR
HighP S UCE R ssion of all HSUPA users with a higher scheduling priority than the user
riority C LLC F Contr to be admitted is higher than or equal to the product of the value of

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

UserP 6 AC
BRTh 9
d
0 MO
0 D
UCE
LLC
AC

D
0
2
0
1
0
1

ol

this parameter and the sum of GBR of all HSUPA users with a
higher scheduling priority than the user to be admitted, the QoS of
HSU the admitted users can be satisfied and new HSUPA services are
allowed. Otherwise, the QoS of the admitted users cannot be
PA
Admi satisfied and new HSUPA services are rejected.
ssion
Contr GUI Value Range: 0~100
ol
Unit: %

W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
2
0
2
Hsupa
HighP
riority
UserP
BRTh
d

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1
W
R

Description

Actual Value Range: 0~100


Default Value: 100

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Whether to admit HSUPA services. If the sum of PBR


of all HSUPA users with a higher scheduling priority than the user
to be admitted is higher than or equal to the product of the value of
this parameter and the sum of GBR of all HSUPA users with a
higher scheduling priority than the user to be admitted, the QoS of
HSU the admitted users can be satisfied and new HSUPA services are
allowed. Otherwise, the QoS of the admitted users cannot be
PA
Admi satisfied and new HSUPA services are rejected.
ssion
Contr GUI Value Range: 0~100
ol
Unit: %

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
2
0
2

Actual Value Range: 0~100


Default Value: 100

MaxT B ADD W
xPow S UCE R
er
C LLS F
6 ETU D
9 P
0
0
0 MO 2
0
D
UCE 5
0
LL
1

Open
Loop
Powe
r
Contr
ol

MaxT B ADD W
xPow S UCE R
er
C LLS F
6 ETU D
9 P
1
0
0 MO 2
0
D
UCE 5
0
LL
1

Open
Loop
Powe
r
Contr
ol

DlCC
HLoa

Description

Meaning: Sum of the maximum transmit power of all DL channels


in a cell. For detailed information of this parameter, see 3GPP TS
25.433.
GUI Value Range: 0~500
Unit: 0.1dBm
Actual Value Range: 0~50
Default Value: 430
Meaning: Sum of the maximum transmit power of all DL channels
in a cell. For detailed information of this parameter, see 3GPP TS
25.433.
GUI Value Range: 0~500
Unit: 0.1dBm
Actual Value Range: 0~50
Default Value: 430

B ADD W Admi Meaning: Coefficient of the power reserved for downlink common
S UCE R ssion channels. This parameter mainly applies to FACHs, and the power

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

dRsrv C LLC
Coeff 6 AC
9
0 MO
0 D
UCE
LLC
AC

F Contr reserved for common channels is the product of the value of this
D ol
parameter and the value of the "MaxTxPower" parameter. The
RNC applies different admission policies for dedicated channel
0
and common channel users. For common channel users, the RNC
2
does not make separate power-based admission decisions but
0
reserve some resources. For dedicated channel users, the RNC
1
uses the admission control algorithm to predict the new transmit
0
power of a cell after admitting a new call based on the current
1
transmit power and the service characteristics of the new call. The
RNC predicts the new downlink load as follows: Predicted new
downlink load = Predicted new transmit power + Power reserved
for common channels + Power reserved for downlink HSUPA
control channels. If the predicted new downlink load is less than or
equal to the downlink load threshold (depending on the new
admission and handover situations), the RNC admits the new call,
Otherwise, the RNC rejects the new call.
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 0

DlCC
HLoa
dRsrv
Coeff

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Coefficient of the power reserved for downlink common


channels. This parameter mainly applies to FACHs, and the power
reserved for common channels is the product of the value of this
parameter and the value of the "MaxTxPower" parameter. The
RNC applies different admission policies for dedicated channel
and common channel users. For common channel users, the RNC
does not make separate power-based admission decisions but
reserve some resources. For dedicated channel users, the RNC
uses the admission control algorithm to predict the new transmit
power of a cell after admitting a new call based on the current
transmit power and the service characteristics of the new call. The
RNC predicts the new downlink load as follows: Predicted new

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

downlink load = Predicted new transmit power + Power reserved


for common channels + Power reserved for downlink HSUPA
control channels. If the predicted new downlink load is less than or
equal to the downlink load threshold (depending on the new
admission and handover situations), the RNC admits the new call,
Otherwise, the RNC rejects the new call.
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 0
DlHS
UPAR
svdFa
ctor

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Factor of the power reserved for downlink HSUPA


control channels (E-AGCH, E-RGCH, or E-HICH). The power
reserved for downlink HSUPA channels is the product of the value
of this parameter and the value of the "MaxTxPower" parameter.
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 0

DlHS
UPAR
svdFa
ctor

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Factor of the power reserved for downlink HSUPA


control channels (E-AGCH, E-RGCH, or E-HICH). The power
reserved for downlink HSUPA channels is the product of the value
of this parameter and the value of the "MaxTxPower" parameter.
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

AC

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
0
1

Description

Actual Value Range: 0~100


Default Value: 0

HspaP B ADD
ower S UCE
C LLH
6 SDP
9 A
0
0 MO
D
UCE
LLH
SDP
A
HspaP B ADD
ower S UCE
C LLH
6 SDP
9 A
1
0 MO
D
UCE
LLH
SDP
A
Hsdpa
MaxG
BPTh
d

B
S
C
6
9
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
0
0
4

HSD
PA
Powe
r
Contr
ol

W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
0
0
4

HSD
PA
Powe
r
Contr
ol

W
R
F
D
0

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: This parameter specifies the offset between the total


HSPA power and the maximum transmission power of a cell. The
total HSPA power is the maximum value of HSPA dynamical
power can be adjusted. For details about this parameter, see 3GPP
TS 25.308.
GUI Value Range: -500~0
Unit: 0.1dB
Actual Value Range: -50~0
Default Value: 0
Meaning: This parameter specifies the offset between the total
HSPA power and the maximum transmission power of a cell. The
total HSPA power is the maximum value of HSPA dynamical
power can be adjusted. For details about this parameter, see 3GPP
TS 25.308.
GUI Value Range: -500~0
Unit: 0.1dB
Actual Value Range: -50~0
Default Value: 0
Meaning: Threshold of the maximum guaranteed power for
HSDPA users. This threshold limits the power that can be used by
HSDPA users. Thus, a part of power resources are reserved for
DCH users to ensure their network access.

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

0 MO
D
UCE
LLC
AC

Hsdpa
MaxG
BPTh
d

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

2
0
1
0
1

HSD GUI Value Range: 0~100


PA
Admi Unit: %
ssion
Contr Actual Value Range: 0~100
ol
W
Default Value: 100
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
0
0
3

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1
W
R
F
D
-

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Threshold of the maximum guaranteed power for


HSDPA users. This threshold limits the power that can be used by
HSDPA users. Thus, a part of power resources are reserved for
DCH users to ensure their network access.

HSD GUI Value Range: 0~100


PA
Admi Unit: %
ssion
Contr Actual Value Range: 0~100
ol
Default Value: 100

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

0
1
0
6
1
0
0
3
DlOlc B ADD W
TrigT S UCE R
hd
C LLL F
6 DM D
9
0 MO 0
0 D
2
UCE 0
LLL 1
DM 0
2

Load
Meas
ureme
nt

Meaning: Threshold for triggering downlink OLC. If the ratio of


the downlink load to the downlink capacity is higher than or equal
to this threshold for a duration longer than that specified by the
"DlLdTrnsHysTime" parameter, downlink OLC (overload state) is
triggered and OLC actions are performed to reduce the cell load.
Overl The recommended value difference between "DlOlcRelThd" and
"DlOlcTrigThd" is higher than 10% because the load fluctuates.
oad
Contr Otherwise, a cell frequently enters and leaves the overload state.
ol
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %

W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
0
7
DlOlc B ADD W Load
TrigT S UCE R Meas
hd
C LLL F ureme
6
D

Actual Value Range: 0~100


Default Value: 95

Meaning: Threshold for triggering downlink OLC. If the ratio of


the downlink load to the downlink capacity is higher than or equal
to this threshold for a duration longer than that specified by the
"DlLdTrnsHysTime" parameter, downlink OLC (overload state) is

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

9 DM
1
0 MO
D
UCE
LLL
DM

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
0
2
0
1
0
2

Description

nt

triggered and OLC actions are performed to reduce the cell load.
The recommended value difference between "DlOlcRelThd" and
Overl "DlOlcTrigThd" is higher than 10% because the load fluctuates.
Otherwise, a cell frequently enters and leaves the overload state.
oad
Contr
ol
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %

W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
0
7
DlCon B ADD W
vAM S UCE R
RThd C LLC F
6 AC D
9
0 MO 0
0 D
2
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Actual Value Range: 0~100


Default Value: 95

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Threshold for admitting an AMR voice service. When


receiving an AMR voice service request, the RNC predicts the
new downlink load after admitting the service. If the predicted
downlink load is less than or equal to this threshold, the RNC
admits the AMR voice service. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the
AMR voice service. The threshold for admission based on
downlink load can be configured separately for the following four
types of services: handover services, conversational AMR
services, conversational non-AMR services, and other services.
Based on the parameter relationships between "DlHOThd",
"DlConvAMRThd", "DlConvNonAMRThd", and "DlOtherThd",
these types of services are allocated different access priorities in
the following order: Handover services > Conversational AMR
services > Conversational non-AMR services > Other services
GUI Value Range: 0~100

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 80
DlCon B ADD W
vAM S UCE R
RThd C LLC F
6 AC D
9
1 MO 0
0 D
2
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Threshold for admitting an AMR voice service. When


receiving an AMR voice service request, the RNC predicts the
new downlink load after admitting the service. If the predicted
downlink load is less than or equal to this threshold, the RNC
admits the AMR voice service. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the
AMR voice service. The threshold for admission based on
downlink load can be configured separately for the following four
types of services: handover services, conversational AMR
services, conversational non-AMR services, and other services.
Based on the parameter relationships between "DlHOThd",
"DlConvAMRThd", "DlConvNonAMRThd", and "DlOtherThd",
these types of services are allocated different access priorities in
the following order: Handover services > Conversational AMR
services > Conversational non-AMR services > Other services
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 80

DlCell B ADD W
Total S UCE R
Thd
C LLC F
6 AC D
9
1 MO 0
0 D
2
UCE 0

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Threshold for admission based on the total downlink


power resources in HSDPA cells. For dedicated channel users, the
RNC predicts the new downlink load of a cell after admitting a
new call based on the current downlink load and the service
characteristics of the new call. If the predicted new downlink load
is less than or equal to this threshold, the RNC admits the new
call. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the new call.

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

LLC 1
AC 0
1

Description

GUI Value Range: 0~100


Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 90

DlCell B ADD W
Total S UCE R
Thd
C LLC F
6 AC D
9
0 MO 0
0 D
2
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Threshold for admission based on the total downlink


power resources in HSDPA cells. For dedicated channel users, the
RNC predicts the new downlink load of a cell after admitting a
new call based on the current downlink load and the service
characteristics of the new call. If the predicted new downlink load
is less than or equal to this threshold, the RNC admits the new
call. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the new call.
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 90

DlOth B ADD
erThd S UCE
C LLC
6 AC
9
0 MO
0 D
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Threshold for admitting a service other than


conversational AMR services, conversational non-AMR services,
and handover services. When receiving a request for such as
service, the RNC predicts the new downlink load after admitting
the service. If the predicted downlink load is less than or equal to
this threshold, the RNC admits the service. Otherwise, the RNC
rejects the service. The threshold for admission based on downlink
load can be configured separately for the following four types of
services: handover services, conversational AMR services,
conversational non-AMR services, and other services. Based on
the parameter relationships between "DlHOThd",
"DlConvAMRThd", "DlConvNonAMRThd", and "DlOtherThd",
these types of services are allocated different access priorities in

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

the following order: Handover services > Conversational AMR


services > Conversational non-AMR services > Other services
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 75
DlOth B ADD
erThd S UCE
C LLC
6 AC
9
1 MO
0 D
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Threshold for admitting a service other than


conversational AMR services, conversational non-AMR services,
and handover services. When receiving a request for such as
service, the RNC predicts the new downlink load after admitting
the service. If the predicted downlink load is less than or equal to
this threshold, the RNC admits the service. Otherwise, the RNC
rejects the service. The threshold for admission based on downlink
load can be configured separately for the following four types of
services: handover services, conversational AMR services,
conversational non-AMR services, and other services. Based on
the parameter relationships between "DlHOThd",
"DlConvAMRThd", "DlConvNonAMRThd", and "DlOtherThd",
these types of services are allocated different access priorities in
the following order: Handover services > Conversational AMR
services > Conversational non-AMR services > Other services
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 75

DlCon B ADD W Admi Meaning: Threshold for admitting a conversational non-AMR


vNon S UCE R ssion service. When receiving a conversational non-AMR service

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

AMR
Thd

C
6
9
0
0

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

LLC F Contr
AC D ol
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Description

request, the RNC predicts the new downlink load after admitting
the service. If the predicted downlink load is less than or equal to
this threshold, the RNC admits the conversational non-AMR
service. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the conversational non-AMR
service. The threshold for admission based on downlink load can
be configured separately for the following four types of services:
handover services, conversational AMR services, conversational
non-AMR services, and other services. Based on the parameter
relationships between "DlHOThd", "DlConvAMRThd",
"DlConvNonAMRThd", and "DlOtherThd", these types of
services are allocated different access priorities in the following
order: Handover services > Conversational AMR services >
Conversational non-AMR services > Other services
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 80

DlCon
vNon
AMR
Thd

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Threshold for admitting a conversational non-AMR


service. When receiving a conversational non-AMR service
request, the RNC predicts the new downlink load after admitting
the service. If the predicted downlink load is less than or equal to
this threshold, the RNC admits the conversational non-AMR
service. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the conversational non-AMR
service. The threshold for admission based on downlink load can
be configured separately for the following four types of services:
handover services, conversational AMR services, conversational
non-AMR services, and other services. Based on the parameter
relationships between "DlHOThd", "DlConvAMRThd",
"DlConvNonAMRThd", and "DlOtherThd", these types of
services are allocated different access priorities in the following
order: Handover services > Conversational AMR services >

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

Conversational non-AMR services > Other services


GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 80
DlHO B ADD
Thd
S UCE
C LLC
6 AC
9
0 MO
0 D
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Threshold for admitting a handover service. When


receiving a handover service request, the RNC predicts the new
downlink load after admitting the service. If the predicted
downlink load is less than or equal to this threshold, the RNC
admits the handover service. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the
handover service. The threshold for admission based on downlink
load can be configured separately for the following four types of
services: handover services, conversational AMR services,
conversational non-AMR services, and other services. Based on
the parameter relationships between "DlHOThd",
"DlConvAMRThd", "DlConvNonAMRThd", and "DlOtherThd",
these types of services are allocated different access priorities in
the following order: Handover services > Conversational AMR
services > Conversational non-AMR services > Other services
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 85

DlHO B ADD
Thd
S UCE
C LLC
6

W
R
F
D

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Threshold for admitting a handover service. When


receiving a handover service request, the RNC predicts the new
downlink load after admitting the service. If the predicted
downlink load is less than or equal to this threshold, the RNC

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

9 AC
1
0 MO
D
UCE
LLC
AC

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
0
2
0
1
0
1

Description

admits the handover service. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the


handover service. The threshold for admission based on downlink
load can be configured separately for the following four types of
services: handover services, conversational AMR services,
conversational non-AMR services, and other services. Based on
the parameter relationships between "DlHOThd",
"DlConvAMRThd", "DlConvNonAMRThd", and "DlOtherThd",
these types of services are allocated different access priorities in
the following order: Handover services > Conversational AMR
services > Conversational non-AMR services > Other services
GUI Value Range: 0~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 85

Hsdpa
StrmP
BRTh
d

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1
W
R
F
D
0

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Threshold for admission based on the average


throughput of HSDPA streaming services. If the sum of PBR of all
admitted HSDPA streaming users is higher than or equal to the
product of the value of this parameter and the sum of GBR of all
admitted HSDPA streaming users, the QoS of the admitted users
HSD can be satisfied and new HSDPA streaming services are allowed.
Otherwise, the QoS of the admitted users cannot be satisfied and
PA
Admi new HSDPA streaming services are rejected.
ssion
Contr GUI Value Range: 0~100
ol
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 70

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

1
0
6
1
0
0
3
Hsdpa
StrmP
BRTh
d

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
0
0
3

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Threshold for admission based on the average


throughput of HSDPA streaming services. If the sum of PBR of all
admitted HSDPA streaming users is higher than or equal to the
product of the value of this parameter and the sum of GBR of all
admitted HSDPA streaming users, the QoS of the admitted users
HSD can be satisfied and new HSDPA streaming services are allowed.
Otherwise, the QoS of the admitted users cannot be satisfied and
PA
Admi new HSDPA streaming services are rejected.
ssion
Contr GUI Value Range: 0~100
ol
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 70

UlTot B ADD W Admi Meaning: Total number of uplink equivalent users corresponding
alEqU S UCE R ssion to the 100% cell uplink capacity when the ENU-based admission
serNu C LLC F Contr algorithm is used for uplink admission control. This parameter

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

D ol
0
2
0
1
0
1

6 AC
9
0 MO
0 D
UCE
LLC
AC

Description

must be set based on the admission control threshold and the


actual network conditions. If UL_ENU_ADJ_BAS_ON_RTWP
under the "NBMCacAlgoSwitch2" parameter is set to on, the
value of this parameter is dynamically adjusted based on the
RTWP changes in the cell.
GUI Value Range: 1~255
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 1~255
Default Value: 120

UlTot
alEqU
serNu
m

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Total number of uplink equivalent users corresponding


to the 100% cell uplink capacity when the ENU-based admission
algorithm is used for uplink admission control. This parameter
must be set based on the admission control threshold and the
actual network conditions. If UL_ENU_ADJ_BAS_ON_RTWP
under the "NBMCacAlgoSwitch2" parameter is set to on, the
value of this parameter is dynamically adjusted based on the
RTWP changes in the cell.
GUI Value Range: 1~255
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 1~255
Default Value: 120

UlTot
alEN
UAdj
Period

B
S
C
6
9
0

SET
ULD
CPE
RIO
D

W
R
F
D
0

Admi Meaning: Period for adjusting the total number of uplink


ssion equivalent users by the RTWP control algorithm.
Contr
ol
GUI Value Range: 1~60

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

UlTot
alEN
UAdj
Period

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
2
0
1
0
1

SET
ULD
CPE
RIO
D

W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
0
1

UlLdr B ADD W
TrigT S UCE R
hd
C LLL F
6 DM D
9
0 MO 0
0 D
2
UCE 0
LLL 1
DM 0
2

Description

Unit: s
Actual Value Range: 1~60
Default Value: 5
Admi Meaning: Period for adjusting the total number of uplink
ssion equivalent users by the RTWP control algorithm.
Contr
ol
GUI Value Range: 1~60
Unit: s
Actual Value Range: 1~60
Default Value: 5
Load
Meas
ureme
nt

Meaning: Threshold for triggering uplink LDR. If the ratio of the


uplink load to the uplink capacity is higher than or equal to this
threshold for a duration longer than that specified by the
"UlLdTrnsHysTime" parameter, uplink LDR (preliminary
congestion state) is triggered and LDR actions are performed to
Inter reduce the cell load. The recommended value difference between
Frequ "UlLdrRelThd" and "UlLdrTrigThd" is higher than 10% because
ency the load fluctuates. Otherwise, a cell frequently enters and leaves
Load the preliminary congestion state.
Balan
ce
GUI Value Range: 0~100

W Load Unit: %
R Reshu
F ffling Actual Value Range: 0~100
D
Default Value: 55
0
2

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

0
1
0
3
W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
0
6
UlLdr B ADD W
TrigT S UCE R
hd
C LLL F
6 DM D
9
1 MO 0
0 D
2
UCE 0
LLL 1
DM 0
2

Load
Meas
ureme
nt

Meaning: Threshold for triggering uplink LDR. If the ratio of the


uplink load to the uplink capacity is higher than or equal to this
threshold for a duration longer than that specified by the
"UlLdTrnsHysTime" parameter, uplink LDR (preliminary
congestion state) is triggered and LDR actions are performed to
Inter reduce the cell load. The recommended value difference between
Frequ "UlLdrRelThd" and "UlLdrTrigThd" is higher than 10% because
ency the load fluctuates. Otherwise, a cell frequently enters and leaves
Load the preliminary congestion state.
Balan
ce
GUI Value Range: 0~100

W Load Unit: %
R Reshu
F ffling Actual Value Range: 0~100
D
Default Value: 55
0
2
0

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

1
0
3
W
R
F
D
0
2
0
1
0
6
UlCac
AvgFi
lterLe
n

UlCac
AvgFi
lterLe
n

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLL
DMP
ARA

W
R
F
D
0
MO 2
0
D
UCE 1
LLL 0
DMP 2
ARA

Load Meaning: Length of the filtering window for measurement results


Meas from the NodeB. The filtered measurement results are taken into
ureme account in the uplink CAC algorithm.
nt
GUI Value Range: 1~32

ADD
UCE
LLL
DMP
ARA

Load Meaning: Length of the filtering window for measurement results


Meas from the NodeB. The filtered measurement results are taken into
ureme account in the uplink CAC algorithm.
nt
GUI Value Range: 1~32

MO
D

W
R
F
D
0
2
0

Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 1~32
Default Value: 5

Unit: None

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

UCE 1
LLL 0
DMP 2
ARA
DlTot
alEqU
serNu
m

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Description

Actual Value Range: 1~32


Default Value: 5
Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Maximum number of downlink equivalent users in a


cell. When downlink power control uses the admission algorithm
based on the number of equivalent users, this parameter specifies
the total number of equivalent users corresponding to the 100%
downlink load. Set this parameter to suit the admission control
threshold and actual network requirements.
GUI Value Range: 1~255
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 1~255
Default Value: 80

DlTot
alEqU
serNu
m

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Maximum number of downlink equivalent users in a


cell. When downlink power control uses the admission algorithm
based on the number of equivalent users, this parameter specifies
the total number of equivalent users corresponding to the 100%
downlink load. Set this parameter to suit the admission control
threshold and actual network requirements.
GUI Value Range: 1~255
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 1~255
Default Value: 80

MAX B ADD W Admi Meaning: Maximum number of E-FACH users that a cell can
EFAC S UCE R ssion admit. When receiving an access request from an E-FACH user,
HUser C LLC F Contr the RNC evaluates the number of E-FACH users in the cell after

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Num

D ol
0
2
0
1
0
1

6 AC
9
0 MO
0 D
UCE
LLC
AC

Description

admitting the E-FACH service. If the evaluated result is less than


or equal to the value of this parameter, the RNC accepts the access
request. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the access request.
GUI Value Range: 0~300
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~300
Default Value: 300

MAX
EFAC
HUser
Num

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Maximum number of E-FACH users that a cell can


admit. When receiving an access request from an E-FACH user,
the RNC evaluates the number of E-FACH users in the cell after
admitting the E-FACH service. If the evaluated result is less than
or equal to the value of this parameter, the RNC accepts the access
request. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the access request.
GUI Value Range: 0~300
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~300
Default Value: 300

MaxE
RAC
HUser
Num

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Maximum number of E-RACH users that a cell can


admit. When receiving an access request from an E-RACH user,
the RNC evaluates the number of E-RACH users in the cell after
admitting the E-RACH service. If the evaluated result is less than
or equal to the value of this parameter, the RNC accepts the access
request. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the access request. This
parameter is an advanced parameter. To modify this parameter,
contact Huawei Customer Service Center for technical support.

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
1

Description

GUI Value Range: 0~300


Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~300
Default Value: 300

MaxE
RAC
HUser
Num

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
UCE
LLC
AC

W
R
F
D
MO 0
2
D
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Maximum number of E-RACH users that a cell can


admit. When receiving an access request from an E-RACH user,
the RNC evaluates the number of E-RACH users in the cell after
admitting the E-RACH service. If the evaluated result is less than
or equal to the value of this parameter, the RNC accepts the access
request. Otherwise, the RNC rejects the access request. This
parameter is an advanced parameter. To modify this parameter,
contact Huawei Customer Service Center for technical support.
GUI Value Range: 0~300
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~300
Default Value: 300

TXB
W

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

ADD W One
IPPA R Tunn
TH F el
D
MO - IP
0 Trans
D
IPPA 2 missi
TH 0 on
1 Introd
1 uction
1 on
Iub

Meaning: Transmit bandwidth.


GUI Value Range: 1~3000000
Unit: kbit/s
Actual Value Range: 1~3000000
Default Value: None

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
W
R
F
D
0
5
0
4
0
2
W
R
F
D
0
5
0
4
0
3

Interf
ace
Hybri
d Iub
IP
Trans
missi
on
ATM/
IP
Dual
Stack
Node
B

IP
Trans
missi
on
Introd
uction
on Iu
W Interf
R ace
F
D
0
5
0
4
0
4

Description

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

W
R
F
D
0
5
0
4
0
9
RXB
W

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

ADD W One
IPPA R Tunn
TH F el
D
MO - IP
0 Trans
D
IPPA 2 missi
TH 0 on
1 Introd
1 uction
1 on
Iub
W Interf
R ace
F
D Hybri
- d Iub
0 IP
5 Trans
0 missi
4 on
0
2 ATM/
IP
W Dual

Meaning: Receive bandwidth.


GUI Value Range: 1~3000000
Unit: kbit/s
Actual Value Range: 1~3000000
Default Value: None

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D
R
F
D
0
5
0
4
0
3

Description

Stack
Node
B

IP
Trans
missi
on
Introd
uction
on Iu
W Interf
R ace
F
D
0
5
0
4
0
4
W
R
F
D
0
5
0
4
0
9
TXB
W

B ADD W Overb Meaning: Backward bandwidth of the logical port.


S AT R ookin

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

C
6
9
0
0

ML
OGI
CPO
RT
MO
D
AT
ML
OGI
CPO
RT

TXB
W

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
AT
ML
OGI
CPO
RT
MO
D
AT
ML
OGI
CPO
RT

RXB
W

B
S
C
6
9
0
0

ADD
AT
ML
OGI
CPO
RT

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

F
D
0
5
0
4
0
5

g on GUI Value Range: 512~149000


ATM
Trans Unit: kbit/s
missi
on
Actual Value Range: 512000~149000000

W
R
F
D
0
5
0
4
0
5

Overb
ookin
g on
ATM
Trans
missi
on

Default Value: None

Meaning: Backward bandwidth of the logical port.


GUI Value Range: 512~149000
Unit: kbit/s
Actual Value Range: 512000~149000000
Default Value: None

N None Meaning: Backward bandwidth of the logical port.


o
n
GUI Value Range: 512~149000
e
Unit: kbit/s
Actual Value Range: 512000~149000000

MO
D

Default Value: None

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

AT
ML
OGI
CPO
RT
RXB
W

B
S
C
6
9
1
0

ADD
AT
ML
OGI
CPO
RT

N None Meaning: Backward bandwidth of the logical port.


o
n
GUI Value Range: 512~149000
e
Unit: kbit/s
Actual Value Range: 512000~149000000

MO
D
AT
ML
OGI
CPO
RT

Default Value: None

Hsdpa B ADD W
BePB S UCE R
RThd C LLC F
6 AC D
9
0 MO 0
0 D
2
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1
W
R
F
D

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Threshold for admission based on the average


throughput of HSDPA BE services. If the sum of PBR of all
admitted HSDPA BE users is higher than or equal to the product
of the value of this parameter and the sum of GBR of all admitted
HSDPA BE users, the QoS of the admitted users can be satisfied
HSD and new HSDPA BE services are allowed. Otherwise, the QoS of
the admitted users cannot be satisfied and new HSDPA BE
PA
Admi services are rejected.
ssion
Contr GUI Value Range: 0~100
ol
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 30

Para N MM
meter E L
ID
Com
man
d

F Featu
e
re
a Name
t
u
r
e
I
D

Description

0
1
0
6
1
0
0
3
Hsdpa B ADD W
BePB S UCE R
RThd C LLC F
6 AC D
9
1 MO 0
0 D
2
UCE 0
LLC 1
AC 0
1
W
R
F
D
0
1
0
6
1
0
0
3

Admi
ssion
Contr
ol

Meaning: Threshold for admission based on the average


throughput of HSDPA BE services. If the sum of PBR of all
admitted HSDPA BE users is higher than or equal to the product
of the value of this parameter and the sum of GBR of all admitted
HSDPA BE users, the QoS of the admitted users can be satisfied
HSD and new HSDPA BE services are allowed. Otherwise, the QoS of
the admitted users cannot be satisfied and new HSDPA BE
PA
Admi services are rejected.
ssion
Contr GUI Value Range: 0~100
ol
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 0~100
Default Value: 30

12 Counters
Table 12-1 Counter description
Count
er ID

Counter Name

50332 VS.LC.ULMean.LicenseGroup
555

Counter
Description

NE

Average number Node


of uplink CEs
B
consumed by an
operator

Featu Feature Name


re ID
Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50332 VS.LC.DLMean.LicenseGroup
556

Average number Node


of downlink CEs B
consumed by an
operator

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50332 VS.LC.DLCreditAvailable.License
557
Group.Dedicated

Number of
dedicated DL
CEs configured
for an operator

Node
B

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50332 VS.LC.ULCreditAvailable.License
558
Group.Dedicated

Number of
dedicated UL
CEs configured
for an operator

Node
B

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50332 VS.LC.ULCreditAvailable.Shared
559

Number of UL
CEs configured
for a shared
group

Node
B

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
None

50332 VS.LC.DLCreditAvailable.Shared
560

Number of DL
CEs configured
for a shared
group

Node
B

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50332 VS.LC.ULMean.LicenseGroup.Sha Average number Node


561
red
of UL CEs
B
consumed in a
shared group

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50332 VS.LC.DLMean.LicenseGroup.Sha Average number Node


562
red
of DL CEs
B
consumed in a
shared group

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50332 VS.HSUPA.LC.ULMean.LicenseG Average number Node


563
roup
of uplink CEs
B
consumed by
HSUPA services
of an operator

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50332 VS.HSUPA.LC.ULMean.LicenseG Average number Node


564
roup.Shared
of shared uplink B
CEs consumed
by HSUPA
services of a
shared group

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50332 VS.HW.DLCreditAvailable
565

Number of
Available
Downlink

Node
B

Multi- Admission
mode: Control

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Hardware CEs

Featu Feature Name


re ID
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50332 VS.HW.ULCreditAvailable
566

Number of
Available
Uplink
Hardware CEs

Node
B

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50332 VS.CE.ULAvailable.UlGroup
573

The Number of Node


CEs Configured B
on All Available
Boards in an
Uplink Resource
Group

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
1
LTE:
None

50332 VS.CE.ULMean.UlGroup
574

Mean Number
Node
of Uplink CEs
B
Consumed by
All Cells in an
Uplink Resource
Group

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50332 VS.CE.DLAvailable.Board
582

The Number of Node


Downlink CEs
B
Configured on a
Baseband Board

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50332 VS.CE.ULAvailable.Board
583

The Number of Node


Uplink CEs
B
Configured on a
Baseband Board

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50332 VS.CE.DLMean.Board
584

Mean Number
of Downlink
CEs Consumed
by a Baseband
Board

Node
B

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50332 VS.RlSetup.Reject.License.Cong
585

Number of radio Node


link setup
B
rejections
because of
license
congestion in
terms of the
signaling
processing
capability

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
None

50332 VS.CE.ULMean.Board
586

Mean Number
Node
of Uplink CEs
B
Consumed by a
Baseband Board

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50341 VS.HSUPA.LeftPwrLmtUserRatio
855

Ratio of the
Node
number of
B
HSUPA users
with limited
uplink load to
the total number
of HSUPA users
in a cell

Multi- HSUPA
mode: Admission
None Control
GSM: Enhanced Fast
None UL Scheduling
UMTS
:
WRF
D01061
202
WRF
D01061
402
LTE:
None

50342 VS.LC.ULMax.LicenseGroup
555

Maximum
Node
number of
B
uplink CEs
consumed by an

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

operator

Featu Feature Name


re ID
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50342 VS.LC.DLMax.LicenseGroup
556

Maximum
Node
number of
B
downlink CEs
consumed by an
operator

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50342 VS.LC.ULMax.LicenseGroup.Shar
561
ed

Maximum
number of UL
CEs consumed
in a shared
group

Node
B

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
LTE:
None

50342 VS.LC.DLMax.LicenseGroup.Shar
562
ed

Maximum
number of DL
CEs consumed
in a shared
group

Node
B

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50342 VS.HSUPA.LC.ULMax.LicenseGr
563
oup

Maximum
Node
number of
B
uplink CEs
consumed by
HSUPA services
of an operator

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50342 VS.HSUPA.LC.ULMax.LicenseGr
564
oup.Shared

Maximum
number of
shared uplink
CEs consumed
by HSUPA
services of a
shared group

Node
B

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50342 VS.LC.DLMin.LicenseGroup.Share Minimum


567
d
Number of DL
CEs consumed
in a shared
group

Node
B

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50342 VS.LC.ULMin.LicenseGroup.Share Minimum


568
d
Number of UL
CEs consumed
in a shared
group

Node
B

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50342 VS.HSUPA.LC.ULMin.LicenseGro Minimum


569
up.Shared
Number of

Node
B

Multi- Admission
mode: Control

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Shared uplink
CEs Consumed
by HSUPA
Services of a
shared group

Featu Feature Name


re ID
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50342 VS.LC.DLMin.LicenseGroup
570

Minimum
Node
number of
B
downlink CEs
consumed by an
operator

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50342 VS.LC.ULMin.LicenseGroup
571

Minimum
Node
number of
B
uplink CEs
consumed by an
operator

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
1
LTE:
None

50342 VS.HSUPA.LC.ULMin.LicenseGro Minimum


Node
572
up
number of
B
uplink CEs
consumed by
HSUPA services
of an operator

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50342 VS.CE.ULMin.UlGroup
574

Minimum
Node
Number of
B
Uplink CEs
Consumed by
All Cells in an
Uplink Resource
Group

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50342 VS.CE.ULMax.UlGroup
575

Maximum
Node
Number of
B
Uplink CEs
Consumed by
All Cells in an
Uplink Resource

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Group

Featu Feature Name


re ID
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50342 VS.CE.DLMin.Board
584

Minimum
Node
Number of
B
Downlink CEs
Consumed by a
Baseband Board

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50342 VS.CE.DLMax.Board
585

Maximum
Node
Number of
B
Downlink CEs
Consumed by a
Baseband Board

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
None

50342 VS.CE.ULMin.Board
586

Minimum
Node
Number of
B
Uplink CEs
Consumed by a
Baseband Board

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

50342 VS.CE.ULMax.Board
587

Maximum
Node
Number of
B
Uplink CEs
Consumed by a
Baseband Board

Multi- Admission
mode: Control
None
GSM:
None
UMTS
:
WRF
D02010
1
LTE:
None

67179 VS.RRC.Rej.Code.Cong
524

Number of RRC BSC6 WRF


Connection
900
DRejects for Cell
02010
(Code Resource
1
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
and Release

67179 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.Code.Cong
864

Number of
Failed CS RAB
Establishments
for Cell (Code
Congestion)

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
Dand Radio
01051 Access Bearer
0
Establishment
and Release

67179 VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.Code.Cong
967

Number of
Failed PS RAB
Establishments
for Cell (Code
Congestion)

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
Dand Radio
01051 Access Bearer
0
Establishment
and Release

67181 VS.RAC.NewCallReq
071

Number of Cell BSC6 WRF Admission


Resource
900
DControl
Requests During
02010
RAB
1
Establishment
for Cell

67181 VS.RAC.SHOCallReq
072

Number of Cell BSC6 WRF Admission


Resource
900
DControl
Requests During
02010
SHO for Cell
1

67181 VS.RAC.ReconfigCallReq
073

Number of Cell BSC6 WRF Admission


Resource
900
DControl
Requests Due to
02010
UE RAB
1
Reconfiguration
for Cell

67181 VS.RAC.HHOCallReq
074

Number of Cell BSC6 WRF Admission


Resource
900
DControl
Requests During
02010

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description
HHO for Cell

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
1

67181 VS.RAC.TrChSwitchCallReq
075

Number of Cell BSC6 WRF Admission


Resource
900
DControl
Requests During
02010
Channel Type
1
Switch for Cell

67181 VS.RAC.NewCallAcc
076

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Successful Cell 900
DControl
Resource
02010
Requests During
1
RAB
Establishment
for Cell

67181 VS.RAC.SHOCallAcc
077

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Successful Cell 900
DControl
Resource
02010
Requests During
1
SHO for Cell

67181 VS.RAC.ReconfigCallAcc
078

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Successful Cell 900
DControl
Resource
02010
Requests Due to
1
UE RAB
Reconfiguration
for Cell

67181 VS.RAC.HHOCallAcc
079

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Successful Cell 900
DControl
Resource
02010
Requests During
1
HHO for Cell

67181 VS.RAC.TrChSwitchCallAcc
080

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Successful Cell 900
DControl
Resource
02010
Requests During
1
Channel Type
Switch for Cell

67189 VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.Code.Cong
859

Number of
Failed Requests
for Code

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description
Resources
During HHO for
Cell

67190 VS.RRC.Rej.ULCE.Cong
404

67190 VS.RRC.Rej.DLCE.Cong
405

67190 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.ULCE.Cong
406

67190 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.DLCE.Cong
407

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
1

Number of RRC BSC6 WRF


Connection
900
DRejects for Cell
02010
(UL CE
1
Resource
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

Number of RRC BSC6 WRF


Connection
900
DRejects for Cell
02010
(DL CE
1
Resource
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

Number of
BSC6 WRF
Failed CS RAB 900
DEstablishments
02010
for Cell (UL CE
1
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

Number of
BSC6 WRF
Failed CS RAB 900
DEstablishments
02010
for Cell (DL CE
1
Congestion)
WRF
D01051

Admission
Control

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
0

67190 VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.ULCE.Cong
408

67190 VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.DLCE.Cong
409

Establishment
and Release

Number of
BSC6 WRF
Failed PS RAB 900
DEstablishments
02010
for Cell (UL CE
1
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

Number of
BSC6 WRF
Failed PS RAB 900
DEstablishments
02010
for Cell (DL CE
1
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

67191 VS.LC.ULCreditUsed.Max
165

Maximum
Usage of UL
Credit for Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1

67191 VS.LC.ULCreditUsed.Min
166

Minimum Usage BSC6 WRF Admission


of UL Credit for 900
DControl
Cell
02010
1

67191 VS.LC.DLCreditUsed.Max
167

Maximum
Usage of DL
Credit for Cell

67191 VS.LC.DLCreditUsed.Min
168

Minimum Usage BSC6 WRF Admission


of DL Credit for 900
DControl
Cell
02010
1

67191 VS.RAC.DCCC.Fail.ULCE.Cong

Number of

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1

BSC6 WRF

Admission

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

839

Failed Requests
for UL CE
Resources
During DCCC
for Cell

900

DControl
02010
1

67191 VS.RAC.DCCC.Fail.DLCE.Cong
840

Number of
Failed Requests
for DL CE
Resources
During DCCC
for Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1

67191 VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.ULCE.Cong
841

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for UL CE
02010
Resources
1
During SHO for
Cell

67191 VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.DLCE.Cong
842

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for DL CE
02010
Resources
1
During SHO for
Cell

67191 VS.RAC.NewCallReq.Fail.ULCE.C Number of


843
ong
Failed Requests
for Uplink CE
Resources
During RAB
Establishment
for Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1

67191 VS.RAC.NewCallReq.Fail.DLCE.C Number of


844
ong
Failed Requests
for Downlink
CE Resources
During RAB
Establishment
for Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1

67192 VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.ULCE.Cong
492

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010

Number of
Failed Requests
for UL CE

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description
Resources
During HHO for
Cell

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
1

67192 VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.DLCE.Cong
493

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for DL CE
02010
Resources
1
During HHO for
Cell

67192 VS.RRC.Rej.ULIUBBand.Cong
608

Number of RRC BSC6 WRF


Connection
900
DRejects for Cell
02010
(UL Iub
1
Bandwidth
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

Number of RRC BSC6 WRF


Connection
900
DRejects for Cell
02010
(DL Iub
1
Bandwidth
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

67192 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.DLIUBBand. Number of


BSC6 WRF
610
Cong
Failed CS RAB 900
DEstablishments
02010
for Cell (DL Iub
1
Bandwidth
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

67192 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.ULIUBBand. Number of


611
Cong
Failed CS RAB

Admission

67192 VS.RRC.Rej.DLIUBBand.Cong
609

BSC6 WRF
900
D-

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description
Establishments
for Cell (UL Iub
Bandwidth
Congestion)

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
02010 Control
1
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
WRF .2Kbps RRC
DConnection
01051 and Radio
0
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

67192 VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.DLIUBBand. Number of


BSC6 WRF
612
Cong
Failed PS RAB 900
DEstablishments
02010
for Cell (DL Iub
1
Bandwidth
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

67192 VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.ULIUBBand. Number of


BSC6 WRF
613
Cong
Failed PS RAB 900
DEstablishments
02010
for Cell (UL Iub
1
Bandwidth
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

67192 VS.RAC.NewCallReq.Fail.HSDPA Number of


BSC6 WRF HSDPA
916
Num.Cong
Failed
900
DAdmission
Admissions Due
01061 Control
to HSDPA User
003
Number
Exceeding
Threshold
During RAB
Establishment
for Cell
67192 VS.RAC.NewCallReq.Fail.HSUPA Number of
917
Num.Cong
Failed

BSC6 WRF
900
D-

HSUPA
Admission

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description
Admissions Due
to HSUPA User
Number
Exceeding
Threshold
During RAB
Establishment
for Cell

67192 VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.Code.Cong
918

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
01061 Control
202

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for Code
02010
Resources
1
During SHO for
Cell

67192 VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.ULIUBBand.Co Number of


BSC6 WRF Admission
919
ng
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for UL Iub
02010
Transmission
1
Resources
During SHO for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.DLIUBBand.Co Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
920
ng
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for DL Iub
02010
Transmission
1
Resources
During SHO for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.HSUPANum.Co Number of
BSC6 WRF HSUPA
921
ng
Failed
900
DAdmission
Admissions Due
01061 Control
to HSUPA User
202
Number
Exceeding
Threshold
During SHO for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.DCCC.Fail.Code.Cong
922

Number of
Failed Requests
for DL Code
Resources

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

During DCCC
for Cell
67192 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.ULCE.C Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
923
ong
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for UL CE
02010
Resources
1
During Channel
Type Switch for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.DLCE.C Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
924
ong
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for DL CE
02010
Resources
1
During Channel
Type Switch for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.Code.Co Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
925
ng
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for Code
02010
Resources
1
During Channel
Type Switch for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.ULIUBB Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
926
and.Cong
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for UL Iub
02010
Transmission
1
Resources
During Channel
Type Switch for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.DLIUBB Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
927
and.Cong
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for DL Iub
02010
Transmission
1
Resources
During Channel
Type Switch for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.HSDPA

Number of

BSC6 WRF

HSDPA

Count
er ID
928

Counter Name
Num.Cong

Counter
Description

NE

Failed
900
Admissions Due
to HSDPA User
Number
Exceeding
Threshold
During Channel
Type Switch for
Cell

Featu Feature Name


re ID
DAdmission
01061 Control
003

67192 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.HSUPA
929
Num.Cong

Number of
BSC6 WRF HSUPA
Failed
900
DAdmission
Admissions Due
01061 Control
to HSUPA User
202
Number
Exceeding
Threshold
During Channel
Type Switch for
Cell

67192 VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.ULIUBBand.C
930
ong

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for UL Iub
02010
Transmission
1
Resources
During HHO for
Cell

67192 VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.DLIUBBand.C
931
ong

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for DL Iub
02010
Transmission
1
Resources
During HHO for
Cell

67192 VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.HSDPANum.C Number of


BSC6 WRF HSDPA
932
ong
Failed
900
DAdmission
Admissions Due
01061 Control
to HSDPA User
003
Number
Exceeding
Threshold
During HHO for

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

Cell
67192 VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.HSUPANum.C Number of
BSC6 WRF HSUPA
933
ong
Failed
900
DAdmission
Admissions Due
01061 Control
to HSUPA User
202
Number
Exceeding
Threshold
During HHO for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.ULPower.Cong
939

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for UL Power
02010
Resources
1
During SHO for
Cell

67192 VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.DLPower.Cong
940

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for DL Power
02010
Resources
1
During SHO for
Cell

67192 VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.ULPower.Cong Number of


BSC6 WRF Admission
941
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for UL Power
02010
Resources
1
During HHO for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.DLPower.Cong Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
942
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for DL Power
02010
Resources
1
During HHO for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.DCCC.Fail.ULPower.Con Number of
943
g
Failed Requests
for UL Power
Resources
During DCCC
for Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

67192 VS.RAC.DCCC.Fail.DLPower.Con Number of


944
g
Failed Requests
for DL Power
Resources
During DCCC
for Cell

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1

67192 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.ULPowe Number of


BSC6 WRF Admission
945
r.Cong
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for UL Power
02010
Resources
1
During Channel
Type Switch for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.DLPowe Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
946
r.Cong
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for DL Power
02010
Resources
1
During Channel
Type Switch for
Cell
67193 VS.RRC.Rej.ULPower.Cong
609

67193 VS.RRC.Rej.DLPower.Cong
610

Number of RRC BSC6 WRF


Connection
900
DRejects for Cell
02010
(UL Power
1
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

Number of RRC BSC6 WRF


Connection
900
DRejects for Cell
02010
(DL Power
1
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

67193 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.ULPower.Co Number of

BSC6 WRF

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release
Admission

Count
er ID
611

Counter Name
ng

Counter
Description
Failed CS RAB
Establishments
for Cell (UL
Power
Congestion)

NE
900

Featu Feature Name


re ID
DControl
02010
1
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
Dand Radio
01051 Access Bearer
0
Establishment
and Release

67193 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.DLPower.Co Number of


612
ng
Failed CS RAB
Establishments
for Cell (DL
Power
Congestion)

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
Dand Radio
01051 Access Bearer
0
Establishment
and Release

67193 VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.ULPower.Co Number of


613
ng
Failed PS RAB
Establishments
for Cell (UL
Power
Congestion)

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
Dand Radio
01051 Access Bearer
0
Establishment
and Release

67193 VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.DLPower.Co Number of


614
ng
Failed PS RAB
Establishments
for Cell (DL
Power
Congestion)

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
Dand Radio
01051 Access Bearer
0
Establishment
and Release

67199 VS.RAC.UL.EqvUserNum
663

BSC6 WRF
900
D-

Mean Number
of UL

Admission
Control

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description
Equivalent
Voice UEs in
CEL_DCH State
for Cell

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
02010
1

67199 VS.RAC.DL.EqvUserNum
664

Mean Number
BSC6 WRF Admission
of DL
900
DControl
Equivalent
02010
Voice UEs in
1
CEL_DCH State
for Cell

67202 VS.LC.ULCreditUsed.Mean
567

Mean Usage of
UL Credit for
Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1

67202 VS.LC.DLCreditUsed.Mean
570

Mean Usage of
DL Credit for
Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1

67202 VS.CPICH.MeanPwr
921

Average CPICH BSC6 WRF Admission


Power for Cell
900
DControl
02010
1

73393 VS.HSDPA.RAB.FailEstab.DLPow Number of


BSC6 WRF HSDPA
830
er.Cong
Failed HSDPA 900
DAdmission
Service
01061 Control
Establishments
003
Due to DL
Power
Insufficiency for
Cell
73393 VS.HSDPA.RAB.FailEstab.DLIUB Number of
BSC6 WRF HSDPA
831
Band.Cong
Failed HSDPA 900
DAdmission
Service
01061 Control
Establishments
003
Due to DL Iub
Bandwidth
Insufficiency for
Cell
73393 VS.RAC.NewCallReq.Fail.ULPow

Number of

BSC6 WRF

Admission

Count
er ID
961

Counter Name
er.Cong

73393 VS.RAC.NewCallReq.Fail.DLPow
962
er.Cong

Counter
Description

NE

Failed Requests 900


for Uplink
Power
Resources in the
RAB Setup
Procedure for
Cell

Featu Feature Name


re ID
DControl
02010
1

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for Downlink
02010
Power
1
Resources in the
RAB Setup
Procedure for
Cell

73393 VS.RAC.NewCallReq.Fail.Code.Co Number of


BSC6 WRF Admission
963
ng
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for Code
02010
Resources in the
1
RAB Setup
Procedure for
Cell
73393 VS.RAC.NewCallReq.Fail.ULIUB
964
Band.Cong

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for Uplink Iub
02010
Bandwidth
1
Resources in the
RAB Setup
Procedure for
Cell

73393 VS.RAC.NewCallReq.Fail.DLIUB
965
Band.Cong

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 900
DControl
for Downlink
02010
Iub Bandwidth
1
Resources in the
RAB Setup
Procedure for
Cell

73403 VS.HSUPA.UE.Max.Cell
761

Maximum
Number of
HSUPA UEs in

BSC6 WRF HSUPA


900
DAdmission
01061

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description
a Cell

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
202

Control

WRF Admission
DControl
02010
1
73403 VS.HSDPA.UE.Max.Cell
763

Maximum
Number of
HSDPA UEs in
a Cell

BSC6 WRF HSDPA


900
DAdmission
01061 Control
003
Admission
WRF Control
D02010
1

73423 VS.HSDPA.UE.Max.Cell.Free
469

Maximum
Number of Free
HSDPA Users
in a Cell

BSC6 WRF HSDPA


900
DAdmission
01061 Control
003

73423 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.DCCH.C Counters


955
ong.F2D
Related to the
Failed Number
of F2D Process
Triggered by
DCCH
Congestion

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1

73423 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.DCCH.C Counters


956
ong.D2F
Related to the
Failed Number
of D2F Process
Triggered by
DCCH
Congestion

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1

73423 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.DSP.Ove Counters


957
rload.D2F
Related to the
Failed Number
of D2F Process
Triggered by
DSP Overload

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1

73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.0

BSC6 WRF

Number of

Admission

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

948

Times the
900
Uplink NodeB
Credit Resource
Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Between 0 per
mill (Included)
and 250 per mill

DControl
02010
1

73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.1
949

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times the
900
DControl
Uplink NodeB
02010
Credit Resource
1
Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Between 250
per mill
(Included) and
500 per mill

73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.2
950

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times the
900
DControl
Uplink NodeB
02010
Credit Resource
1
Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Between 500
per mill
(Included) and
550 per mill

73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.3
951

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times the
900
DControl
Uplink NodeB
02010
Credit Resource
1
Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Between 550
per mill
(Included) and
600 per mill

73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.4
952

Number of
Times the
Uplink NodeB

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description
Credit Resource
Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Between 600
per mill
(Included) and
650 per mill

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
1

73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.5
953

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times the
900
DControl
Uplink NodeB
02010
Credit Resource
1
Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Between 650
per mill
(Included) and
700 per mill

73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.6
954

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times the
900
DControl
Uplink NodeB
02010
Credit Resource
1
Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Between 700
per mill
(Included) and
750 per mill

73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.7
955

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times the
900
DControl
Uplink NodeB
02010
Credit Resource
1
Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Between 750
per mill
(Included) and
800 per mill

73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.8
956

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times the
900
DControl
Uplink NodeB
02010
Credit Resource
1

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Between 800
per mill
(Included) and
850 per mill
73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.9
957

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times the
900
DControl
Uplink NodeB
02010
Credit Resource
1
Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Between 850
per mill
(Included) and
900 per mill

73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.10
958

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times the
900
DControl
Uplink NodeB
02010
Credit Resource
1
Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Between 900
per mill
(Included) and
950 per mill

73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.11
959

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times the
900
DControl
Uplink NodeB
02010
Credit Resource
1
Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Greater than
or Equal to 950
per mill

73426 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsed.Max
963

Maximum
Downlink
NodeB Credit
Resource
Consumption
for UE

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

Admission
73426 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsed.Min
964

Minimum
Downlink
NodeB Credit
Resource
Consumption
for UE
Admission

73428 VS.RRC.Rej.NodeBULCE.Cong
174

Number of RRC BSC6 WRF


Connection
900
DRequest
02010
Rejected due to
1
NodeB UL CE
Congestion for
WRF
Cell
D01051
0

Admission
Control

Number of RRC BSC6 WRF


Connection
900
DRequest
02010
Rejected due to
1
NodeB DL CE
Congestion for
WRF
Cell
D01051
0

Admission
Control

73428 VS.RRC.Rej.NodeBDLCE.Cong
175

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

73428 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.DLIUCSBan Number of CS


180
d.Cong
RAB Setup
Failures Caused
by DL Iu-CS
Congestion for
Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
Dand Radio
01051 Access Bearer
0
Establishment
and Release

73428 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.ULIUCSBan Number of CS


181
d.Cong
RAB Setup
Failures Caused

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
D02010

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description
by UL Iu-CS
Congestion for
Cell

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
1

Control

WRF
D01051
0

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

73428 VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.DLIUPSBand Number of PS


183
.Cong
RAB Setup
Failures Caused
by DL Iu-PS
Congestion for
Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
Dand Radio
01051 Access Bearer
0
Establishment
and Release

73428 VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.ULIUPSBand Number of PS


184
.Cong
RAB Setup
Failures Caused
by UL Iu-PS
Congestion for
Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
Dand Radio
01051 Access Bearer
0
Establishment
and Release

73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.0
316

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1
Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 0 per
mill(Included)
and 250 per mill

73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.1
317

Number of
Times That
NodeB

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description
Downlink Credit
Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 250 per
mill(Included)
and 500 per mill

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
1

73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.2
318

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1
Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 500 per
mill(Included)
and 550 per mill

73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.3
319

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1
Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 550 per
mill(Included)
and 600 per mill

73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.4
320

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1
Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 600 per
mill(Included)
and 650 per mill

73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.5
321

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1
Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 650 per
mill(Included)

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

and 700 per mill


73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.6
322

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1
Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 700 per
mill(Included)
and 750 per mill

73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.7
323

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1
Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 750 per
mill(Included)
and 800 per mill

73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.8
324

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1
Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 800 per
mill(Included)
and 850 per mill

73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.9
325

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1
Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 850 per
mill(Included)
and 900 per mill

73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.10
326

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 900 per
mill(Included)
and 950 per mill
73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.11
327

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1
Usage for UE
Admission Is Is
Greater than or
Equal to 950 per
mill

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.0
328

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
LCG Uplink
02010
Credit Usage for
1
UE Admission
Is between 0 per
mill(Included)
and 250 per mill

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.1
329

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
LCG Uplink
02010
Credit Usage for
1
UE Admission
Is between 250
per
mill(Included)
and 500 per mill

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.2
330

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
LCG Uplink
02010
Credit Usage for
1
UE Admission
Is between 500
per
mill(Included)
and 550 per mill

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.3

Number of

BSC6 WRF

Admission

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

331

Times That
900
LCG Uplink
Credit Usage for
UE Admission
Is between 550
per
mill(Included)
and 600 per mill

DControl
02010
1

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.4
332

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
LCG Uplink
02010
Credit Usage for
1
UE Admission
Is between 600
per
mill(Included)
and 650 per mill

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.5
333

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
LCG Uplink
02010
Credit Usage for
1
UE Admission
Is between 650
per
mill(Included)
and 700 per mill

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.6
334

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
LCG Uplink
02010
Credit Usage for
1
UE Admission
Is between 700
per
mill(Included)
and 750 per mill

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.7
335

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
LCG Uplink
02010
Credit Usage for
1
UE Admission
Is between 750

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

per
mill(Included)
and 800 per mill
73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.8
336

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
LCG Uplink
02010
Credit Usage for
1
UE Admission
Is between 800
per
mill(Included)
and 850 per mill

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.9
337

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
LCG Uplink
02010
Credit Usage for
1
UE Admission
Is between 850
per
mill(Included)
and 900 per mill

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.10
338

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
LCG Uplink
02010
Credit Usage for
1
UE Admission
Is between 900
per
mill(Included)
and 950 per mill

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.11
339

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
900
DControl
LCG Uplink
02010
Credit Usage for
1
UE Admission
Is Greater than
or Equal to 950
per mill

73428 VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.ULCE.FinalC Number of PS


350
ong
RAB Setup
Failures Caused

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description
by Admission
Failures in the
Last Candidate
Cell Due to UL
CE Congestion

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
1

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
and Radio
D01051 Access Bearer
Establishment
0
and Release
WRF
Intra System
D02040 Direct Retry
001

73428 VS.RAC.AdjUlTotalEqUserNum.M Maximum


BSC6 WRF Admission
534
ax
Number of
900
DControl
Adjusted Uplink
02010
Equivalent
1
Users for Cell
73428 VS.RAC.AdjUlTotalEqUserNum.M Minimum
BSC6 WRF Admission
535
in
Number of
900
DControl
Adjusted Uplink
02010
Equivalent
1
Users for Cell
73428 VS.RAC.UL.EqvUserNum.Max
638

Maximum
Number of
Uplink
Equivalent
Users on All
DCHs for Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1

73428 VS.RAC.DL.EqvUserNum.Max
639

Maximum
Number of
Downlink
Equivalent
Users on All
DCHs for Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1

73428 VS.FailCellUpdt.P2D.Cong
882

Number of
BSC6 WRF
Failed State
900
DTransitions from
02010
CELL_PCH/UR
1
A_PCH to
CELL_DCH
WRF
Due to Resource
DCongestion for
01020

Admission
Control
UE State in
Connected
Mode (CELLDCH, CELLPCH, URA-

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description
Cell

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
2

PCH, CELLFACH)

73428 VS.FailCellUpdt.P2D.CSConv.Con Number of


BSC6 WRF
883
g
Failed State
900
DTransitions from
02010
CELL_PCH/UR
1
A_PCH to
CELL_DCH for
WRF
New CS
DServices Due to
01020
Resource
2
Congestion for
Cell

Admission
Control

73428 VS.FailCellUpdt.P2D.OldRAB.Con Number of


BSC6 WRF
884
g
Failed State
900
DTransitions from
02010
CELL_PCH/UR
1
A_PCH to
CELL_DCH for
WRF
Existing Data
DTransmission
01020
Requirements
2
Due to Resource
Congestion for
Cell

Admission
Control

73428 VS.DCCC.Fail.F2D.AfterP2F.Cong Number of


BSC6 WRF
885
Failed State
900
DTransitions from
02010
CELL_PCH/UR
1
A_PCH to
CELL_FACH
WRF
and then to
DCELL_DCH for
01020
Existing Data
2
Transmission
Requirements
Due to Resource
Congestion for
Cell

Admission
Control

73441 VS.HSDPA.UE.Mean.Cell.Free
142

HSDPA
Admission

Average
Number of Free

BSC6 WRF
900
D-

UE State in
Connected
Mode (CELLDCH, CELLPCH, URAPCH, CELLFACH)

UE State in
Connected
Mode (CELLDCH, CELLPCH, URAPCH, CELLFACH)

UE State in
Connected
Mode (CELLDCH, CELLPCH, URAPCH, CELLFACH)

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description
HSDPA Users
in a Cell

73443 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsed.Mean
299

Average
Downlink
NodeB Credit
Resource
Consumption
for UE
Admission

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
01061 Control
003

BSC6 WRF Admission


900
DControl
02010
1

73444 VS.RAC.AdjUlTotalEqUserNum.M Average


BSC6 WRF Admission
379
ean
Number of
900
DControl
Adjusted Uplink
02010
Equivalent
1
Users for Cell
67179 VS.RRC.Rej.Code.Cong
524

Number of RRC BSC6 WRF


Connection
910
DRejects for Cell
02010
(Code Resource
1
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

67179 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.Code.Cong
864

Number of
Failed CS RAB
Establishments
for Cell (Code
Congestion)

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
Dand Radio
01051 Access Bearer
0
Establishment
and Release

67179 VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.Code.Cong
967

Number of
Failed PS RAB
Establishments
for Cell (Code
Congestion)

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
Dand Radio

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
01051 Access Bearer
0
Establishment
and Release

67181 VS.RAC.NewCallReq
071

Number of Cell BSC6 WRF Admission


Resource
910
DControl
Requests During
02010
RAB
1
Establishment
for Cell

67181 VS.RAC.SHOCallReq
072

Number of Cell BSC6 WRF Admission


Resource
910
DControl
Requests During
02010
SHO for Cell
1

67181 VS.RAC.ReconfigCallReq
073

Number of Cell BSC6 WRF Admission


Resource
910
DControl
Requests Due to
02010
UE RAB
1
Reconfiguration
for Cell

67181 VS.RAC.HHOCallReq
074

Number of Cell BSC6 WRF Admission


Resource
910
DControl
Requests During
02010
HHO for Cell
1

67181 VS.RAC.TrChSwitchCallReq
075

Number of Cell BSC6 WRF Admission


Resource
910
DControl
Requests During
02010
Channel Type
1
Switch for Cell

67181 VS.RAC.NewCallAcc
076

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Successful Cell 910
DControl
Resource
02010
Requests During
1
RAB
Establishment
for Cell

67181 VS.RAC.SHOCallAcc
077

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Successful Cell 910
DControl
Resource
02010
Requests During
1

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

SHO for Cell


67181 VS.RAC.ReconfigCallAcc
078

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Successful Cell 910
DControl
Resource
02010
Requests Due to
1
UE RAB
Reconfiguration
for Cell

67181 VS.RAC.HHOCallAcc
079

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Successful Cell 910
DControl
Resource
02010
Requests During
1
HHO for Cell

67181 VS.RAC.TrChSwitchCallAcc
080

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Successful Cell 910
DControl
Resource
02010
Requests During
1
Channel Type
Switch for Cell

67189 VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.Code.Cong
859

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for Code
02010
Resources
1
During HHO for
Cell

67190 VS.RRC.Rej.ULCE.Cong
404

Number of RRC BSC6 WRF


Connection
910
DRejects for Cell
02010
(UL CE
1
Resource
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

Number of RRC BSC6 WRF


Connection
910
DRejects for Cell
02010
(DL CE
1
Resource

Admission
Control

67190 VS.RRC.Rej.DLCE.Cong
405

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description
Congestion)

67190 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.ULCE.Cong
406

67190 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.DLCE.Cong
407

67190 VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.ULCE.Cong
408

67190 VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.DLCE.Cong
409

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
WRF
D01051
0

Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

Number of
BSC6 WRF
Failed CS RAB 910
DEstablishments
02010
for Cell (UL CE
1
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

Number of
BSC6 WRF
Failed CS RAB 910
DEstablishments
02010
for Cell (DL CE
1
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

Number of
BSC6 WRF
Failed PS RAB 910
DEstablishments
02010
for Cell (UL CE
1
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

Number of
BSC6 WRF
Failed PS RAB 910
DEstablishments
02010
for Cell (DL CE
1
Congestion)
WRF

Admission
Control

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
Dand Radio
01051 Access Bearer
0
Establishment
and Release

67191 VS.LC.ULCreditUsed.Max
165

Maximum
Usage of UL
Credit for Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1

67191 VS.LC.ULCreditUsed.Min
166

Minimum Usage BSC6 WRF Admission


of UL Credit for 910
DControl
Cell
02010
1

67191 VS.LC.DLCreditUsed.Max
167

Maximum
Usage of DL
Credit for Cell

67191 VS.LC.DLCreditUsed.Min
168

Minimum Usage BSC6 WRF Admission


of DL Credit for 910
DControl
Cell
02010
1

67191 VS.RAC.DCCC.Fail.ULCE.Cong
839

Number of
Failed Requests
for UL CE
Resources
During DCCC
for Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1

67191 VS.RAC.DCCC.Fail.DLCE.Cong
840

Number of
Failed Requests
for DL CE
Resources
During DCCC
for Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1

67191 VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.ULCE.Cong
841

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for UL CE
02010
Resources
1
During SHO for
Cell

67191 VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.DLCE.Cong

Number of

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1

BSC6 WRF

Admission

Count
er ID

Counter Name

842

Counter
Description

NE

Failed Requests 910


for DL CE
Resources
During SHO for
Cell

Featu Feature Name


re ID
DControl
02010
1

67191 VS.RAC.NewCallReq.Fail.ULCE.C Number of


843
ong
Failed Requests
for Uplink CE
Resources
During RAB
Establishment
for Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1

67191 VS.RAC.NewCallReq.Fail.DLCE.C Number of


844
ong
Failed Requests
for Downlink
CE Resources
During RAB
Establishment
for Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1

67192 VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.ULCE.Cong
492

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for UL CE
02010
Resources
1
During HHO for
Cell

67192 VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.DLCE.Cong
493

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for DL CE
02010
Resources
1
During HHO for
Cell

67192 VS.RRC.Rej.ULIUBBand.Cong
608

Number of RRC BSC6 WRF


Connection
910
DRejects for Cell
02010
(UL Iub
1
Bandwidth
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

Count
er ID

Counter Name

67192 VS.RRC.Rej.DLIUBBand.Cong
609

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

Number of RRC BSC6 WRF


Connection
910
DRejects for Cell
02010
(DL Iub
1
Bandwidth
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

67192 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.DLIUBBand. Number of


BSC6 WRF
610
Cong
Failed CS RAB 910
DEstablishments
02010
for Cell (DL Iub
1
Bandwidth
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

67192 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.ULIUBBand. Number of


BSC6 WRF
611
Cong
Failed CS RAB 910
DEstablishments
02010
for Cell (UL Iub
1
Bandwidth
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

67192 VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.DLIUBBand. Number of


BSC6 WRF
612
Cong
Failed PS RAB 910
DEstablishments
02010
for Cell (DL Iub
1
Bandwidth
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

67192 VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.ULIUBBand. Number of

Admission

BSC6 WRF

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

Count
er ID
613

Counter Name
Cong

Counter
Description

NE

Failed PS RAB 910


Establishments
for Cell (UL Iub
Bandwidth
Congestion)

Featu Feature Name


re ID
DControl
02010
1
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
Dand Radio
01051 Access Bearer
0
Establishment
and Release

67192 VS.RAC.NewCallReq.Fail.HSDPA Number of


BSC6 WRF HSDPA
916
Num.Cong
Failed
910
DAdmission
Admissions Due
01061 Control
to HSDPA User
003
Number
Exceeding
Threshold
During RAB
Establishment
for Cell
67192 VS.RAC.NewCallReq.Fail.HSUPA Number of
BSC6 WRF HSUPA
917
Num.Cong
Failed
910
DAdmission
Admissions Due
01061 Control
to HSUPA User
202
Number
Exceeding
Threshold
During RAB
Establishment
for Cell
67192 VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.Code.Cong
918

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for Code
02010
Resources
1
During SHO for
Cell

67192 VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.ULIUBBand.Co Number of


BSC6 WRF Admission
919
ng
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for UL Iub
02010
Transmission
1
Resources
During SHO for

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

Cell
67192 VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.DLIUBBand.Co Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
920
ng
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for DL Iub
02010
Transmission
1
Resources
During SHO for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.HSUPANum.Co Number of
BSC6 WRF HSUPA
921
ng
Failed
910
DAdmission
Admissions Due
01061 Control
to HSUPA User
202
Number
Exceeding
Threshold
During SHO for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.DCCC.Fail.Code.Cong
922

Number of
Failed Requests
for DL Code
Resources
During DCCC
for Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1

67192 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.ULCE.C Number of


BSC6 WRF Admission
923
ong
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for UL CE
02010
Resources
1
During Channel
Type Switch for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.DLCE.C Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
924
ong
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for DL CE
02010
Resources
1
During Channel
Type Switch for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.Code.Co Number of
925
ng
Failed Requests
for Code

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description
Resources
During Channel
Type Switch for
Cell

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
1

67192 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.ULIUBB Number of


BSC6 WRF Admission
926
and.Cong
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for UL Iub
02010
Transmission
1
Resources
During Channel
Type Switch for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.DLIUBB Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
927
and.Cong
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for DL Iub
02010
Transmission
1
Resources
During Channel
Type Switch for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.HSDPA
928
Num.Cong

Number of
BSC6 WRF HSDPA
Failed
910
DAdmission
Admissions Due
01061 Control
to HSDPA User
003
Number
Exceeding
Threshold
During Channel
Type Switch for
Cell

67192 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.HSUPA
929
Num.Cong

Number of
BSC6 WRF HSUPA
Failed
910
DAdmission
Admissions Due
01061 Control
to HSUPA User
202
Number
Exceeding
Threshold
During Channel
Type Switch for
Cell

67192 VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.ULIUBBand.C

Number of

BSC6 WRF

Admission

Count
er ID
930

Counter Name
ong

67192 VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.DLIUBBand.C
931
ong

Counter
Description

NE

Failed Requests 910


for UL Iub
Transmission
Resources
During HHO for
Cell

Featu Feature Name


re ID
DControl
02010
1

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for DL Iub
02010
Transmission
1
Resources
During HHO for
Cell

67192 VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.HSDPANum.C Number of


BSC6 WRF HSDPA
932
ong
Failed
910
DAdmission
Admissions Due
01061 Control
to HSDPA User
003
Number
Exceeding
Threshold
During HHO for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.HSUPANum.C Number of
BSC6 WRF HSUPA
933
ong
Failed
910
DAdmission
Admissions Due
01061 Control
to HSUPA User
202
Number
Exceeding
Threshold
During HHO for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.ULPower.Cong
939

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for UL Power
02010
Resources
1
During SHO for
Cell

67192 VS.RAC.SHO.Fail.DLPower.Cong
940

Number of
Failed Requests
for DL Power
Resources

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

During SHO for


Cell
67192 VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.ULPower.Cong Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
941
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for UL Power
02010
Resources
1
During HHO for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.HHO.Fail.DLPower.Cong Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
942
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for DL Power
02010
Resources
1
During HHO for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.DCCC.Fail.ULPower.Con Number of
943
g
Failed Requests
for UL Power
Resources
During DCCC
for Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1

67192 VS.RAC.DCCC.Fail.DLPower.Con Number of


944
g
Failed Requests
for DL Power
Resources
During DCCC
for Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1

67192 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.ULPowe Number of


BSC6 WRF Admission
945
r.Cong
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for UL Power
02010
Resources
1
During Channel
Type Switch for
Cell
67192 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.DLPowe Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
946
r.Cong
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for DL Power
02010
Resources
1
During Channel
Type Switch for
Cell

Count
er ID

Counter Name

67193 VS.RRC.Rej.ULPower.Cong
609

67193 VS.RRC.Rej.DLPower.Cong
610

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

Number of RRC BSC6 WRF


Connection
910
DRejects for Cell
02010
(UL Power
1
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

Number of RRC BSC6 WRF


Connection
910
DRejects for Cell
02010
(DL Power
1
Congestion)
WRF
D01051
0

Admission
Control

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

67193 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.ULPower.Co Number of


611
ng
Failed CS RAB
Establishments
for Cell (UL
Power
Congestion)

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
Dand Radio
01051 Access Bearer
0
Establishment
and Release

67193 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.DLPower.Co Number of


612
ng
Failed CS RAB
Establishments
for Cell (DL
Power
Congestion)

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
Dand Radio
01051 Access Bearer
0
Establishment
and Release

67193 VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.ULPower.Co Number of

BSC6 WRF

Admission

Count
er ID
613

Counter Name
ng

Counter
Description
Failed PS RAB
Establishments
for Cell (UL
Power
Congestion)

67193 VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.DLPower.Co Number of


614
ng
Failed PS RAB
Establishments
for Cell (DL
Power
Congestion)

NE
910

Featu Feature Name


re ID
DControl
02010
1
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
Dand Radio
01051 Access Bearer
0
Establishment
and Release

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
Dand Radio
01051 Access Bearer
0
Establishment
and Release

67199 VS.RAC.UL.EqvUserNum
663

Mean Number
BSC6 WRF Admission
of UL
910
DControl
Equivalent
02010
Voice UEs in
1
CEL_DCH State
for Cell

67199 VS.RAC.DL.EqvUserNum
664

Mean Number
BSC6 WRF Admission
of DL
910
DControl
Equivalent
02010
Voice UEs in
1
CEL_DCH State
for Cell

67202 VS.LC.ULCreditUsed.Mean
567

Mean Usage of
UL Credit for
Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1

67202 VS.LC.DLCreditUsed.Mean
570

Mean Usage of
DL Credit for
Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1

67202 VS.CPICH.MeanPwr

Average CPICH BSC6 WRF

Admission

Count
er ID

Counter Name

921

Counter
Description
Power for Cell

NE
910

Featu Feature Name


re ID
DControl
02010
1

73393 VS.HSDPA.RAB.FailEstab.DLPow Number of


BSC6 WRF HSDPA
830
er.Cong
Failed HSDPA 910
DAdmission
Service
01061 Control
Establishments
003
Due to DL
Power
Insufficiency for
Cell
73393 VS.HSDPA.RAB.FailEstab.DLIUB Number of
BSC6 WRF HSDPA
831
Band.Cong
Failed HSDPA 910
DAdmission
Service
01061 Control
Establishments
003
Due to DL Iub
Bandwidth
Insufficiency for
Cell
73393 VS.RAC.NewCallReq.Fail.ULPow
961
er.Cong

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for Uplink
02010
Power
1
Resources in the
RAB Setup
Procedure for
Cell

73393 VS.RAC.NewCallReq.Fail.DLPow
962
er.Cong

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for Downlink
02010
Power
1
Resources in the
RAB Setup
Procedure for
Cell

73393 VS.RAC.NewCallReq.Fail.Code.Co Number of


BSC6 WRF Admission
963
ng
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for Code
02010
Resources in the
1
RAB Setup
Procedure for

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

Cell
73393 VS.RAC.NewCallReq.Fail.ULIUB
964
Band.Cong

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for Uplink Iub
02010
Bandwidth
1
Resources in the
RAB Setup
Procedure for
Cell

73393 VS.RAC.NewCallReq.Fail.DLIUB
965
Band.Cong

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Failed Requests 910
DControl
for Downlink
02010
Iub Bandwidth
1
Resources in the
RAB Setup
Procedure for
Cell

73403 VS.HSUPA.UE.Max.Cell
761

Maximum
Number of
HSUPA UEs in
a Cell

BSC6 WRF HSUPA


910
DAdmission
01061 Control
202
Admission
WRF Control
D02010
1

73403 VS.HSDPA.UE.Max.Cell
763

Maximum
Number of
HSDPA UEs in
a Cell

BSC6 WRF HSDPA


910
DAdmission
01061 Control
003
Admission
WRF Control
D02010
1

73423 VS.HSDPA.UE.Max.Cell.Free
469

Maximum
Number of Free
HSDPA Users
in a Cell

BSC6 WRF HSDPA


910
DAdmission
01061 Control
003

73423 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.DCCH.C Counters

BSC6 WRF

Admission

Count
er ID
955

Counter Name
ong.F2D

Counter
Description
Related to the
Failed Number
of F2D Process
Triggered by
DCCH
Congestion

73423 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.DCCH.C Counters


956
ong.D2F
Related to the
Failed Number
of D2F Process
Triggered by
DCCH
Congestion

NE
910

Featu Feature Name


re ID
DControl
02010
1

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1

73425 VS.RAC.TrChSwitch.Fail.UP.Overl Counters


BSC6 WRF Admission
655
oad.D2F
Related to the
910
DControl
Failed Number
02010
of D2F Process
1
Triggered by UP
Overload
73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.0
948

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times the
910
DControl
Uplink NodeB
02010
Credit Resource
1
Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Between 0 per
mill (Included)
and 250 per mill

73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.1
949

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times the
910
DControl
Uplink NodeB
02010
Credit Resource
1
Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Between 250
per mill
(Included) and
500 per mill

73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.2
950

Number of
Times the
Uplink NodeB

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description
Credit Resource
Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Between 500
per mill
(Included) and
550 per mill

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
1

73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.3
951

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times the
910
DControl
Uplink NodeB
02010
Credit Resource
1
Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Between 550
per mill
(Included) and
600 per mill

73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.4
952

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times the
910
DControl
Uplink NodeB
02010
Credit Resource
1
Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Between 600
per mill
(Included) and
650 per mill

73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.5
953

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times the
910
DControl
Uplink NodeB
02010
Credit Resource
1
Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Between 650
per mill
(Included) and
700 per mill

73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.6
954

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times the
910
DControl
Uplink NodeB
02010
Credit Resource
1

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Between 700
per mill
(Included) and
750 per mill
73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.7
955

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times the
910
DControl
Uplink NodeB
02010
Credit Resource
1
Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Between 750
per mill
(Included) and
800 per mill

73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.8
956

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times the
910
DControl
Uplink NodeB
02010
Credit Resource
1
Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Between 800
per mill
(Included) and
850 per mill

73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.9
957

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times the
910
DControl
Uplink NodeB
02010
Credit Resource
1
Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Between 850
per mill
(Included) and
900 per mill

73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.10
958

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times the
910
DControl
Uplink NodeB
02010
Credit Resource
1
Utilization for

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

UE Admission
Is Between 900
per mill
(Included) and
950 per mill
73426 VS.NodeB.ULCreditUsage.11
959

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times the
910
DControl
Uplink NodeB
02010
Credit Resource
1
Utilization for
UE Admission
Is Greater than
or Equal to 950
per mill

73426 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsed.Max
963

Maximum
Downlink
NodeB Credit
Resource
Consumption
for UE
Admission

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1

73426 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsed.Min
964

Minimum
Downlink
NodeB Credit
Resource
Consumption
for UE
Admission

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1

73428 VS.RRC.Rej.NodeBULCE.Cong
174

Number of RRC BSC6 WRF


Connection
910
DRequest
02010
Rejected due to
1
NodeB UL CE
Congestion for
WRF
Cell
D01051
0

73428 VS.RRC.Rej.NodeBDLCE.Cong
175

Admission
Control
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
Connection
and Radio
Access Bearer
Establishment
and Release

Number of RRC BSC6 WRF Admission


Connection
910
DControl
Request
02010

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description
Rejected due to
NodeB DL CE
Congestion for
Cell

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
1

3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
and Radio
D01051 Access Bearer
Establishment
0
and Release

73428 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.DLIUCSBan Number of CS


180
d.Cong
RAB Setup
Failures Caused
by DL Iu-CS
Congestion for
Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
Dand Radio
01051 Access Bearer
0
Establishment
and Release

73428 VS.RAB.FailEstabCS.ULIUCSBan Number of CS


181
d.Cong
RAB Setup
Failures Caused
by UL Iu-CS
Congestion for
Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
Dand Radio
01051 Access Bearer
0
Establishment
and Release

73428 VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.DLIUPSBand Number of PS


183
.Cong
RAB Setup
Failures Caused
by DL Iu-PS
Congestion for
Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
Dand Radio
01051 Access Bearer
0
Establishment
and Release

73428 VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.ULIUPSBand Number of PS


184
.Cong
RAB Setup
Failures Caused
by UL Iu-PS

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
3.4/6.8/13.6/27

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description
Congestion for
Cell

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
1

.2Kbps RRC
Connection
WRF and Radio
Access Bearer
D01051 Establishment
and Release
0

73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.0
316

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1
Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 0 per
mill(Included)
and 250 per mill

73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.1
317

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1
Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 250 per
mill(Included)
and 500 per mill

73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.2
318

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1
Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 500 per
mill(Included)
and 550 per mill

73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.3
319

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1
Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 550 per
mill(Included)

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

and 600 per mill


73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.4
320

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1
Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 600 per
mill(Included)
and 650 per mill

73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.5
321

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1
Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 650 per
mill(Included)
and 700 per mill

73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.6
322

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1
Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 700 per
mill(Included)
and 750 per mill

73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.7
323

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1
Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 750 per
mill(Included)
and 800 per mill

73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.8
324

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 800 per
mill(Included)
and 850 per mill
73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.9
325

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1
Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 850 per
mill(Included)
and 900 per mill

73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.10
326

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1
Usage for UE
Admission Is
between 900 per
mill(Included)
and 950 per mill

73428 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsage.11
327

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
NodeB
02010
Downlink Credit
1
Usage for UE
Admission Is Is
Greater than or
Equal to 950 per
mill

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.0
328

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
LCG Uplink
02010
Credit Usage for
1
UE Admission
Is between 0 per
mill(Included)
and 250 per mill

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.1

Number of

BSC6 WRF

Admission

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

329

Times That
910
LCG Uplink
Credit Usage for
UE Admission
Is between 250
per
mill(Included)
and 500 per mill

DControl
02010
1

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.2
330

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
LCG Uplink
02010
Credit Usage for
1
UE Admission
Is between 500
per
mill(Included)
and 550 per mill

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.3
331

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
LCG Uplink
02010
Credit Usage for
1
UE Admission
Is between 550
per
mill(Included)
and 600 per mill

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.4
332

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
LCG Uplink
02010
Credit Usage for
1
UE Admission
Is between 600
per
mill(Included)
and 650 per mill

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.5
333

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
LCG Uplink
02010
Credit Usage for
1
UE Admission
Is between 650

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

per
mill(Included)
and 700 per mill
73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.6
334

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
LCG Uplink
02010
Credit Usage for
1
UE Admission
Is between 700
per
mill(Included)
and 750 per mill

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.7
335

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
LCG Uplink
02010
Credit Usage for
1
UE Admission
Is between 750
per
mill(Included)
and 800 per mill

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.8
336

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
LCG Uplink
02010
Credit Usage for
1
UE Admission
Is between 800
per
mill(Included)
and 850 per mill

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.9
337

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
LCG Uplink
02010
Credit Usage for
1
UE Admission
Is between 850
per
mill(Included)
and 900 per mill

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.10
338

Number of
Times That

BSC6 WRF
910
D-

Admission
Control

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description
LCG Uplink
Credit Usage for
UE Admission
Is between 900
per
mill(Included)
and 950 per mill

73428 VS.LCG.ULCreditUsage.11
339

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
02010
1

Number of
BSC6 WRF Admission
Times That
910
DControl
LCG Uplink
02010
Credit Usage for
1
UE Admission
Is Greater than
or Equal to 950
per mill

73428 VS.RAB.FailEstabPS.ULCE.FinalC Number of PS


350
ong
RAB Setup
Failures Caused
by Admission
Failures in the
Last Candidate
Cell Due to UL
CE Congestion

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1
3.4/6.8/13.6/27
.2Kbps RRC
WRF Connection
Dand Radio
01051 Access Bearer
0
Establishment
and Release
WRF
DIntra System
02040 Direct Retry
001

73428 VS.RAC.AdjUlTotalEqUserNum.M Maximum


BSC6 WRF Admission
534
ax
Number of
910
DControl
Adjusted Uplink
02010
Equivalent
1
Users for Cell
73428 VS.RAC.AdjUlTotalEqUserNum.M Minimum
BSC6 WRF Admission
535
in
Number of
910
DControl
Adjusted Uplink
02010
Equivalent
1
Users for Cell
73428 VS.RAC.UL.EqvUserNum.Max
638

Maximum
Number of

BSC6 WRF
910
D-

Admission
Control

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description
Uplink
Equivalent
Users on All
DCHs for Cell

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID
02010
1

73428 VS.RAC.DL.EqvUserNum.Max
639

Maximum
Number of
Downlink
Equivalent
Users on All
DCHs for Cell

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1

73428 VS.FailCellUpdt.P2D.Cong
882

Number of
BSC6 WRF
Failed State
910
DTransitions from
02010
CELL_PCH/UR
1
A_PCH to
CELL_DCH
WRF
Due to Resource
DCongestion for
01020
Cell
2

Admission
Control

73428 VS.FailCellUpdt.P2D.CSConv.Con Number of


BSC6 WRF
883
g
Failed State
910
DTransitions from
02010
CELL_PCH/UR
1
A_PCH to
CELL_DCH for
WRF
New CS
DServices Due to
01020
Resource
2
Congestion for
Cell

Admission
Control

73428 VS.FailCellUpdt.P2D.OldRAB.Con Number of


BSC6 WRF
884
g
Failed State
910
DTransitions from
02010
CELL_PCH/UR
1
A_PCH to
CELL_DCH for
WRF
Existing Data
DTransmission
01020
Requirements
2
Due to Resource

Admission
Control

UE State in
Connected
Mode (CELLDCH, CELLPCH, URAPCH, CELLFACH)

UE State in
Connected
Mode (CELLDCH, CELLPCH, URAPCH, CELLFACH)

UE State in
Connected
Mode (CELLDCH, CELLPCH, URAPCH, CELLFACH)

Count
er ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Featu Feature Name


re ID

Congestion for
Cell
73428 VS.DCCC.Fail.F2D.AfterP2F.Cong Number of
BSC6 WRF
885
Failed State
910
DTransitions from
02010
CELL_PCH/UR
1
A_PCH to
CELL_FACH
WRF
and then to
DCELL_DCH for
01020
Existing Data
2
Transmission
Requirements
Due to Resource
Congestion for
Cell

Admission
Control
UE State in
Connected
Mode (CELLDCH, CELLPCH, URAPCH, CELLFACH)

73441 VS.HSDPA.UE.Mean.Cell.Free
142

Average
Number of Free
HSDPA Users
in a Cell

BSC6 WRF HSDPA


910
DAdmission
01061 Control
003

73443 VS.NodeB.DLCreditUsed.Mean
299

Average
Downlink
NodeB Credit
Resource
Consumption
for UE
Admission

BSC6 WRF Admission


910
DControl
02010
1

73444 VS.RAC.AdjUlTotalEqUserNum.M Average


BSC6 WRF Admission
379
ean
Number of
910
DControl
Adjusted Uplink
02010
Equivalent
1
Users for Cell

13 Glossary
For the acronyms, abbreviations, terms, and definitions, see Glossary.

14 Reference Documents

1.
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6.
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Load Control Feature Parameter Description


HSDPA Feature Parameter Description
Directed Retry Decision Feature Parameter Description
Transmission Resource Management Feature Parameter Description
Radio Bearers Feature Parameter Description
MBMS Feature Parameter Description
License Management Feature Parameter Description
CE Resource Management Feature Parameter Description