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Channel Elements Mapping for R99


Bearer AMR12.2k CS64k PS64k PS128k PS144k PS384k AMR4.75k CS28.8k CS32k CS56k CS57.6k PS8k PS16k PS32k PS256k Uplink 1 3 3 5 5 10 1 1.5 1.5 3 3 1 1 1.5 10 Downlink 1 2 2 4 4 8 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 8

Impacts of other Factors on Channel


Factors Soft Handover Softer Handover Common Channel TX Diversity Compressed Mode Uplink CE Consumption Yes No (for 3900 series) Yes (for 3800 series) No No No Downlink CE Consumption Yes

No (for 3900 series) Yes (for 3800 series) No No No

HSDPA Channel Elements Consumption


Traffic HSDPA Taffic HS-DPCCH UL A-DCH (DPCCH) Uplink --0 CE 3 CE Downlink 0 CE -----

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DL A-DCH (DPCCH)

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0 CE

HSUPA Channel Elements Consumption


max. # E-DCH Codes & min. SF CE consumption in HSUPA Phase I 3 CE CE consumption in HSUPA Phase II

1*SF64

1 CE

1*SF32

3.5 CE

1.5 CE

1*SF16

5 CE

3 CE

1*SF8

7 CE

5 CE

1*SF4

12 CE

10 CE

2*SF4

22 CE

20 CE

2*SF2

not supported

32 CE

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2*SF2+2*SF4

not supported

48 CE

Downlink Channel E-HICH E-AGCH E-RGCH

Channel Element for HSUPA-related DL


DL Channel Elements Occupation 0 CE 0 CE 0 CE

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Remark
(1) The mapping relationship of Channel Elements consumption for each bearer is based on Uplink 2-way diversity (2) In the case of uplink 4-way diversity, the CE consumption is shown below: Bearers CE (4-way diversity) AMR12.2k 2 CS64k 4 PS64k 4 PS128k 8 PS384k 16 (3) Detailed and recently updated data should be referred to the newest issued notice of "UMTS RAN Product Specificaiton". (4) It is noted that the CE mapping for each R99 bearer is much different from the air interface load caused by each connection of the R99 bearers, for instance: --- One CS64k connection will cause nearly 6 times of uplink cell load resource of one voice 12.2k. --- From the base band resource consumption point of view, one CS64k occupies 3 channel elements while one AMR12.2k needs 1 channel element.

Remark
Need extra CE resources for soft handover (1) NG-NodeB 3836 does not need extra CE for softer HO (2) Ntoed: BBU3806 consumes extra CE for softer HO (1) Extra CEs reserved for CCH, cost free for operators. (2) The CEs for CCH are separated from R99. (3) For one NodeB with 3 cells, 6 CEs are reserved in uplink and 15 CEs reserved in downlink. No need extra CE resource for TX diversity No need extra CE resource for Compressed Mode because of reserved CE resources for Compressed Mode

(1) Separate dedicated module processing HSDPA Traffic so HSDPA traffic does not occupy any R99 CE resource. (2) HS-DSCH and HS-SCCH does not affect base band capacity for R99 services. HS-DPCCH doesnot consume any R99 Channel Element since its base band resource is reserved in BBU module. (1) PS64k is recommended to bear uplink user data, TCP acknowledgement and signaling. (2) One PS64k consumes 3 CE in uplink.

Remark

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(1) A-DCH bears DL signaling control. (2) A-DCH can be beared on HSDPA since RAN10.0.

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(1) max data rate in PHY. Layer: 35 kbps (2) The CE resource for HSUPA has considered and included the CE consumption of A-DCH and E-DPCCH (3) Phase I: E-DPCCH consumes 1 CE, A-DCH consumes 1 CE (4) Phase II (RAN10.0): E-DPCCH and A-DCH(DPCCH) do not consume R99 CE because of CE reservation for both channels. (1) max data rate in PHY. Layer: 70 kbps (2) The CE resource for HSUPA has considered and included the CE consumption of A-DCH and E-DPCCH (3) Phase I: E-DPCCH consumes 1 CE, A-DCH consumes 1 CE (4) Phase II (RAN10.0): E-DPCCH and A-DCH(DPCCH) do not consume R99 CE because of CE reservation for both channels. (1) max data rate in PHY. Layer: 170 kbps (2) The CE resource for HSUPA has considered and included the CE consumption of A-DCH and E-DPCCH (3) Phase I: E-DPCCH consumes 1 CE, A-DCH consumes 1 CE (4) Phase II (RAN10.0): E-DPCCH and A-DCH(DPCCH) do not consume R99 CE because of CE reservation for both channels. (1) max data rate in PHY. Layer: 338 kbps (2) The CE resource for HSUPA has considered and included the CE consumption of A-DCH and E-DPCCH (3) Phase I: E-DPCCH consumes 1 CE, A-DCH consumes 1 CE (4) Phase II (RAN10.0): E-DPCCH and A-DCH(DPCCH) do not consume R99 CE because of CE reservation for both channels. (1) max data rate in PHY. Layer: 0.72 Mbps (2) The CE resource for HSUPA has considered and included the CE consumption of A-DCH and E-DPCCH (3) Phase I: E-DPCCH consumes 1 CE, A-DCH consumes 1 CE (4) Phase II (RAN10.0): E-DPCCH and A-DCH(DPCCH) do not consume R99 CE because of CE reservation for both channels. (1) max data rate in PHY. Layer: 1.45 Mbps (2) The CE resource for HSUPA has considered and included the CE consumption of A-DCH and E-DPCCH (3) Phase I: E-DPCCH consumes 1 CE, A-DCH consumes 1 CE (4) Phase II (RAN10.0): E-DPCCH and A-DCH(DPCCH) do not consume R99 CE because of CE reservation for both channels. (1) max data rate in PHY. Layer: 2.91 Mbps (2) The CE resource for HSUPA has considered and included the CE consumption of A-DCH and E-DPCCH (3) Phase I: E-DPCCH consumes 1 CE, A-DCH consumes 1 CE (4) Phase II (RAN10.0): E-DPCCH and A-DCH(DPCCH) do not consume R99 CE because of CE reservation for both channels.

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(1) max data rate in PHY. Layer: 5.76 Mbps (2) The CE resource for HSUPA has considered and included the CE consumption of A-DCH and E-DPCCH (3) Phase I: E-DPCCH consumes 1 CE, A-DCH consumes 1 CE (4) Phase II (RAN10.0): E-DPCCH and A-DCH(DPCCH) do not consume R99 CE because of CE reservation for both channels.

Remark
Baseband processing independently, not occupying R99 resource Baseband processing independently, not occupying R99 resource Baseband processing independently, not occupying R99 resource

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CS Voice traffic is calculated in erlang. 1 Erlang hour = 12.2Kbps*1 hour 1 Erlang =12.2*3600 1 Erlang = 43920Kbits 1 Erlang = 43.92 Mbits CS Video traffic is calculated in erlang. 1 Erlang hour = 64Kbps*1 hour 1 Erlang =64*3600 1 Erlang = 230400Kbits 1 erlang= 230.4 Mbits HSDPA Traffic is in Mbits. PS Traffic is in Mbits.

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#e1 1 2 3 4 5 6

bandwith(mbps) 1.6 3.6 5.5 7.5 9.5 11.5

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