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Date

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Contents

Contents
1 Introduction....................................................................................................................................1
1.1 Scope..............................................................................................................................................................................1
1.2 Intended Audience..........................................................................................................................................................1
1.3 Change History...............................................................................................................................................................1
1.4 Differences Between Base Station Types.......................................................................................................................2

2 Overview.........................................................................................................................................3
2.1 Introduction....................................................................................................................................................................3
2.2 Benefits...........................................................................................................................................................................3

3 Technical Description...................................................................................................................4
4 Related Features.............................................................................................................................6
5 Network Impact.............................................................................................................................7
6 Engineering Guidelines...............................................................................................................8
6.1 When to Use Adaptive RACH........................................................................................................................................8
6.2 Required Information.....................................................................................................................................................8
6.3 Feature Deployment.......................................................................................................................................................8
6.3.1 Requirements...............................................................................................................................................................9
6.3.2 Data Preparation..........................................................................................................................................................9
6.3.3 Activation..................................................................................................................................................................16
6.3.4 Activation Observation..............................................................................................................................................19
6.3.5 Deactivation...............................................................................................................................................................19
6.4 Performance Monitoring...............................................................................................................................................20
6.5 Parameter Optimization................................................................................................................................................21
6.6 Troubleshooting............................................................................................................................................................21

7 Parameters.....................................................................................................................................22
8 Counters........................................................................................................................................46
9 Glossary.........................................................................................................................................47
10 Reference Documents...............................................................................................................48

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1 Introduction

Introduction

1.1 Scope
This document describes WRFD-151201 Adaptive RACH feature, including its technical
principles, related features, network impact, and engineering guidelines.
This document applies to the following NE types.
NE Type

NE Model

RNC

BSC6900, BSC6910

NodeB

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

1.2 Intended Audience


This document is intended for personnel who:
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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:
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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 includes the following changes.
Change
Type

Change Description

Parameter Change

Feature
change

None

None

Editorial
change

Added the method for checking the HSUPA


throughput. For details, see section 6.4
Performance Monitoring.

None

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


This document is created for RAN16.0.

1.4 Differences Between Base Station Types


Feature Support by Macro, Micro, and LampSite Base Stations
Feature
ID

WRFD151201

Descripti
on

Adaptive
RACH

Supported by
Controller(Y/N/NA)
BSC690
0

BSC691
0

Supporte
d by
Macro
(Y/N/
NA)

Supported by Micro
(Y/N/NA)
BTS380
3E

BTS390
2E

LampSit
e

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.

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Overview

2.1 Introduction
When a large number of UEs simultaneously initiate a random access procedure in a cell, the
received total wideband power (RTWP) of this cell becomes extremely high. To reduce the
RTWP in this scenario, Huawei offers Adaptive RACH. Adaptive RACH enables the RNC to
dynamically adjust the settings of random access parameters for a cell based on the uplink power
load and number of acknowledged random accesses in a specified period of time. This feature
can reduce a cell's RTWP and increase its capacity.

2.2 Benefits
When the RTWP of a cell is high due to a large number of random accesses, Adaptive RACH
helps reduce the RTWP by 0.3 dB to 0.5 dB or improve the HSUPA throughput by about 5%.

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Technical Description

When the RTWP of a cell is high due to a large number of random accesses, Adaptive RACH
enables the RNC to dynamically adjust the settings of random access parameters based on the
uplink power load and number of acknowledged random accesses. The RNC broadcasts the new
settings of random access parameters to UEs. The random access parameters include the constant
for calculating the initial transmit power, ramping step for random access preambles, and
maximum number of preamble retransmissions.
The RNC measures the number of acknowledged random accesses in a cell when the
ACK_PRACH_PREAM_MEAS check box under the NBMLdcAlgoSwitch
(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter in the ADD UCELLALGOSWITCH command is selected.
Adaptive RACH is activated when the ADAPTIVE_RACH and
ACK_PRACH_PREAM_MEAS check boxes under the NBMLdcAlgoSwitch
(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter in the ADD UCELLALGOSWITCH command are selected.
The RNC dynamically adjusts the settings of the random access parameters as follows:
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When the cell uplink load is greater than or equal to the value of the OptiStartLoadState
parameter and the number of acknowledged random accesses in a cell is greater than or
equal to the value of the RandomAccessCongestThd(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter, the
RNC broadcasts the optimized settings of random access parameters (OptiConstantvalue
(BSC6900,BSC6910), OptiPowerRampStep(BSC6900,BSC6910), and
OptiPreambleRetransMax(BSC6900,BSC6910)) to UEs.

When the number of acknowledged random accesses is less than or equal to the value of
the RandomAccessClearThd(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter, the RNC broadcasts the
original settings of random access parameters (Constantvalue(BSC6900,BSC6910),
PowerRampStep(BSC6900,BSC6910), and PreambleRetransMax(BSC6900,BSC6910))
to UEs.

Compared with the original settings, the optimized settings reduce the value of the constant for
calculating the initial transmit power, lower the ramping step for random access preambles, and
increase the maximum number of preamble retransmissions. Therefore, using the optimized
settings reduces the interference to uplink channels and ultimately reduces the cell RTWP when
the cell uplink load is greater than the value of the OptiStartLoadState parameter and the number
of acknowledged random accesses is greater than the value of the RandomAccessCongestThd
(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter. When the number of acknowledged random accesses is less
than or equal to the value of the RandomAccessClearThd(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameter, using
the optimized setting increases the delay during random access.
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For details about the impact of the constant for calculating the initial transmit power, ramping
step for random access preambles, and maximum number of preamble retransmissions on the
random access procedure, see Power Control Feature Parameter Description.
For details about how to determine whether a cell is congested, see Load Control Feature
Parameter Description.

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4 Related Features

Related Features

Prerequisite Features
None

Mutually Exclusive Features


None

Impacted Features
None

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5 Network Impact

Network Impact

System Capacity
When the RTWP of a cell is high due to a large number of random accesses, Adaptive RACH
helps reduce the RTWP by 0.3 dB to 0.5 dB or improve the HSUPA throughput by about 5%.
However, Adaptive RACH also increases delay during random access.

Network Performance
None

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Engineering Guidelines

6.1 When to Use Adaptive RACH


This feature is recommended for a cell in which with high RTWP due to a large number of
random accesses cause high RTWP.
This feature takes effect after activation if the cell meets the following conditions:
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The uplink power load is greater than the value of the OptiStartLoadState parameter. This
parameter is set to 50% by default.

The average number of acknowledged random accesses (indicated by the


VS.Random.Access.ACKNum.Mean counter) is greater than the value of the
RandomAccessCongestThd parameter. This parameter is set to 20 by default.

6.2 Required Information


The information to be collected for activation is as follows:
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VS.MeanRTWP: average RTWP of a cell. This counter is used to calculate the uplink power
load of a cell.
The uplink power load of a cell can be calculated using the following formula: uplink power
load = 1 - (1/RoT). In this formula, the rise over thermal (RoT) equals to the difference
between the RTWP and the background noise. In addition, the RoT needs to be converted
into linear quantities.

VS.Random.Access.ACKNum.Mean: average number of acknowledged random accesses


in a cell.
The RNC measures the number of acknowledged random accesses in a cell when the
ACK_PRACH_PREAM_MEAS check box under the NBMLdcAlgoSwitch parameter
in the ADD UCELLALGOSWITCH command is selected.

6.3 Feature Deployment


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6.3.1 Requirements
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Operating environment and hardware

The NodeB software version must be RAN16.0 or later.


The BTS3812E, BTS3812A, and BTS3812AE do not support this feature.
The DBS3800 does not support this feature.
For 3900 series base stations configured with a WBBPa board, cells carried on this WBBPa
board do not support this feature.
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Other NEs
None

License
For details about how to activate the license, see License Management Feature Parameter
Description.
Feature
ID

Feature
Name

License
Control
Item

License
Control
Name

NE

License
Allocation
for Multiple
Operators

Sal
es
Un
it

WRFD-15
1201

Adaptive
RACH

LQW1AR
RES

Adaptive
RACH(per
Cell)

BSC69
00
BSC69
10

License
control items
that cannot be
configured
based on
operators

Cell

6.3.2 Data Preparation


The following table lists the data to be configured before feature activation.

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Parameter Name

Parameter ID

Setting Notes

Data Source

Optimized Constant
for Initial Transmit
PW Cal

OptiConstantvalue
(BSC6900,BSC6910
)

This parameter takes


effect only after the
Adaptive RACH
feature triggers an
adjustment of
random access
parameters. If this
parameter is set to a
large value, the
power used to
transmit the first
PRACH preamble is
high. In this case, the
access delay is short
but the uplink
capacity of the target
cell decreases. If this
parameter is set to a
small value, the
power used to
transmit the first
PRACH preamble is
low. In this case, the
access delay is long
but the uplink
capacity of the target
cell is not greatly
affected.

BSC internal
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Parameter Name

Parameter ID

Setting Notes

Data Source

Optimized Max
Random Access
Preamble Retrans

OptiPreambleRetransMax
(BSC6900,BSC6910
)

This parameter takes


effect only after the
Adaptive RACH
feature triggers an
adjustment of
random access
parameters. If this
parameter is set to a
large value, some
UEs will increase
their transmit power
and repeatedly
attempt to access the
target cell. In this
case, the interference
from these UEs on
other UEs increases.
If this parameter is
set to a small value,
the UE cannot
increase to the target
value the power used
to transmit
preambles and may
therefore fail to
access the target cell.

BSC internal
planning

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Parameter Name

Parameter ID

Setting Notes

Data Source

Optimized Power
Increase Step

OptiPowerRampStep
(BSC6900,BSC6910
)

This parameter takes


effect only after the
Adaptive RACH
feature triggers an
adjustment of
random access
parameters. If this
parameter is set to a
large value, the
access process takes
a short time but the
power consumption
in this process is
high. When a large
number of UEs
simultaneously
access a cell, the
uplink load of the cell
may become heavy.
If this parameter is
set to a small value,
the access process
takes a long time but
the power
consumption in this
process is low. When
a large number of
UEs simultaneously
access a cell, the
uplink load of the cell
may not become
heavy.

BSC internal
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Parameter Name

Parameter ID

Setting Notes

Data Source

Random Access
Resource
Congestion Trigger
Thre

RandomAccessCongestThd
(BSC6900,BSC6910
)

The larger the value


of this parameter, the
larger the number of
acknowledged
PRACH preambles
required for starting
the Adaptive RACH
feature and the
shorter the time
required for the
optimized settings of
random access
parameters to take
effect. The smaller
the value of this
parameter, the
smaller the number
of acknowledged
PRACH preambles
required for starting
the Adaptive RACH
feature and the
longer the time
required for the
optimized settings of
random access
parameters to take
effect.

BSC internal
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Parameter Name

Parameter ID

Setting Notes

Data Source

Random Access
Resource
Congestion Clear
Thre

RandomAccessClearThd
(BSC6900,BSC6910
)

The larger the value


of this parameter, the
larger the number of
acknowledged
PRACH preambles
required for stopping
the Adaptive RACH
feature and the
shorter the time
required for the
optimized settings of
random access
parameters to take
effect. The smaller
the value of this
parameter, the
smaller the number
of acknowledged
PRACH preambles
required for stopping
the Adaptive RACH
feature and the
longer the time
required for the
optimized settings of
random access
parameters to take
effect.

BSC internal
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Parameter Name

Parameter ID

Setting Notes

Data Source

Optimized Uplink
Power Load State

OptiStartLoadState
(BSC6900,BSC6910
)

The higher the


requirements of
uplink power load
states, the higher the
uplink power load of
a cell required for
starting the Adaptive
RACH feature and
the shorter the time
required for the
optimized settings of
random access
parameters to take
effect. The lower the
requirements of
uplink power load
states, the lower the
uplink power load of
a cell required for
starting the Adaptive
RACH feature and
the longer the time
required for the
optimized settings of
random access
parameters to take
effect.

BSC internal
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Parameter Name

Parameter ID

Setting Notes

Data Source

Stop Hysteresis
Duration for
Adaptive RACH

OptiStopHyst
(BSC6900,BSC6910
)

The larger the value


of this parameter, the
longer the time
required to restore
the original settings
of random access
parameters after the
decongestion
threshold for
acknowledged
random accesses is
reached, the smaller
the number of times
the Adaptive RACH
feature is triggered,
and the smaller the
number of system
information updates
in the cell. The
smaller the value of
this parameter, the
larger the number of
system information
updates in the cell.

BSC internal
planning

6.3.3 Activation
Activation (Using MML Commands)
Perform the following steps to activate this feature:
Step 1 Run the RNC MML command ADD UCELLLICENSE and select the
ADAPTIVE_RACH_SWITCH check box under the FuncSwitch2 parameter.
Step 2 Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH and select the
ACK_PRACH_PREAM_MEAS and ADAPTIVE_RACH check boxes under the
NBMLdcAlgoSwitch parameter.
Step 3 (Optional) Run the MML command ADD CELLADAPTRACH or MOD
UCELLADAPTRACH and specify the following parameters: Cell ID, Random Access
Resource Congestion Trigger Thre, Random Access Resource Congestion Clear Thre,
Optimized Uplink Power Load State, and Stop Hysteresis Duration for Adaptive RACH.
----End

MML Command Examples


//Activating the Adaptive RACH feature

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ADD UCELLLICENSE: CellId=1, FuncSwitch2=ADAPTIVE_RACH_SWITCH-1;


MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH: CellId=1, NBMLdcAlgoSwitch=
ADAPTIVE_RACH-1&ACK_PRACH_PREAM_MEAS-1;
//Optional
ADD UCELLADAPTRACH: CellId=1, OptiConstantvalue=-30, OptiPreambleRetransMax=40,
OptiPowerRampStep=1, RandomAccessCongestThd=50, RandomAccessClearThd=30,
OptiStartLoadState=LoadedState, OptiStopHyst=30;

Activation (Using the CME)


Using the CME (Method 1)
NOTE

When configuring the Adaptive RACH 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.

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


Set parameters on the CME according to the operation sequence in Table 6-1. For instructions
on how to perform the CME single configuration, see CME Single Configuration Operation
Guide.
Step 2 (Optional) Modify objects in batches on the CME. (CME batch modification center)
on the CME to start the batch modification wizard. For
To modify objects in batches, click
instructions on how to perform a batch modification through the CME batch modification center,
press F1 on the wizard interface to obtain online help.
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Table 6-1 Configuring the parameters on the CME

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Parameter
Name

Parameter
ID

Configura
ble in CME
Batch
Modificati
on Center

UCELLLIC
ENSE

RNC

Function
Switch2

FuncSwitch
2
(BSC6900,
BSC6910):
ADAPTIVE
_RACH_S
WITCH

Yes

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MO

NE

Parameter
Name

Parameter
ID

Configura
ble in CME
Batch
Modificati
on Center

UCELLAL
GOSWITC
H

RNC

Switch for
Cell Load
Control

NBMLdcAl
goSwitch
(BSC6900,
BSC6910):
ADAPTIVE
_RACH

Yes

NBMLdcAl
goSwitch
(BSC6900,
BSC6910):
ACK_PRAC
H_PREAM_
MEAS
3 (Optional)

UCELLAD
APTRACH

RNC

Random
Access
Resource
Congestion
Trigger Thr

RandomAcc
essCongestT
hd
(BSC6900,
BSC6910)

Yes

Random
Access
Resource
Congestion
Clear Thr

RandomAcc
essClearThd
(BSC6900,
BSC6910)

Yes

Optimized
Uplink
Power Load
State

OptiStartLo
adState
(BSC6900,
BSC6910)

Yes

Stop
Hysteresis
Duration for
Adaptive
RACH

OptiStopHys
t
(BSC6900,
BSC6910)

Yes

Using the CME (Method 2)


This feature can be batch activated using the CME. For detailed operations, see the following
section in the CME product documentation or online help: Managing the CME > CME
Guidelines > Enhanced Feature Management > Feature Operation and Maintenance.

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6.3.4 Activation Observation


To check whether this feature has been enabled, perform the following steps to query selforganizing network (SON) logs:
Step 1 On the U2000client, choose SON > SON Log.
Step 2 On the displayed SON Log tab page, click Query SON Log. Set Log Category to Adaptive
RACH log and Event Name to ALL. In addition, specify Event Source Object and Time
Period as required.
Step 3 Click Synchronize in the bottom right corner of the SON Log tab page.
Step 4 Click Query and check whether there is a "Start Preamble Congestion Control" record in the
specified period of time. If there is, this feature has taken effect. If there is not, this feature has
not taken effect.
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After this feature is activated, operating information about this feature will be recorded in SON
logs.

6.3.5 Deactivation
Deactivation (Using MML Commands)
Step 1 To deactivate this feature, deselect the ADAPTIVE_RACH and
ACK_PRACH_PREAM_MEAS check boxes under the Switch for Cell Load Control
parameter in the MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH command.
Step 2 Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLLICENSE and deselect the
ADAPTIVE_RACH_SWITCH check box under the FuncSwitch2 parameter to deactivate the
license controlling this feature.
----End

MML Command Examples


//Deactivating the Adaptive RACH feature
MOD UCELLALGOSWITCH: CellId=1, NBMLdcAlgoSwitch=
ADAPTIVE_RACH-0&ACK_PRACH_PREAM_MEAS-0;
//Deactivating the license controlling this feature
MOD UCELLLICENSE: CellId=1, FuncSwitch2= ADAPTIVE_RACH_SWITCH-0;

Deactivation (Using the CME)


NOTE

When configuring the Adaptive RACH 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.

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


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Set parameters on the CME according to the operation sequence in Table 6-2. For instructions
on how to perform the CME single configuration, see CME Single Configuration Operation
Guide.
Step 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.
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Table 6-2 Configuring the parameter on the CME
SN

MO

NE

Parameter
Name

Parameter
ID

Configura
ble in CME
Batch
Modificati
on Center

UCELLAL
GOSWITC
H

RNC

Switch for
Cell Load
Control

NBMLdcAl
goSwitch
(BSC6900,
BSC6910):
ADAPTIVE
_RACH

Yes

NBMLdcAl
goSwitch
(BSC6900,
BSC6910):
ACK_PRAC
H_PREAM_
MEAS
2

UCELLLIC
ENSE

RNC

Function
Switch2

FuncSwitch
2
(BSC6900,
BSC6910):
ADAPTIVE
_RACH_S
WITCH

Yes

6.4 Performance Monitoring


To evaluate the performance of this feature, check whether the RTWP of each cell decreases or
the HSUPA throughput of each cell increases after the feature is activated.
The RTWP and HSUPA throughput of a cell changes with the cell load. Therefore, the changes
in RTWP and HSUPA throughput in a short period of time after this feature is activated do not
reflect the performance of this feature. It is recommended that you check the RTWPs and HSUPA
throughput for 3 to 5 days before and after this feature is activated.
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The RTWP of each cell can be checked in the following ways:


1. Counters VS.MaxRTWP and VS.MeanRTWP on the RNC side
2. Counters VS.HSUPA.LoadOutput.0 to VS.HSUPA.LoadOutput.25 on the NodeB side
The HSUPA throughput of each cell can be checked through the value of the RNC counter
VS.HSUPA.MeanChThroughput.TotalBytes.

6.5 Parameter Optimization


Setting the RandomAccessCongestThd(BSC6900,BSC6910) and OptiStartLoadState
(BSC6900,BSC6910) parameters to smaller values increases the probability that this feature
takes effect.

6.6 Troubleshooting
For 3900 series base stations configured with a WBBPa board, cells carried on this WBBPa
board do not support this feature. If such a cell is enabled with the Adaptive RACH feature, the
RNC will send an error message (NBAP_ERR_IND_COMM) to the NodeB. In this case, disable
this feature for this cell.

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Parameters

Table 7-1 Parameter description


Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

NBMLd
cAlgoS
witch

BSC690
0

ADD
UCELL
ALGOS
WITCH

WRFD151203

MOD
UCELL
ALGOS
WITCH

WRFD150231

Campin
g
Strategy
Switch
for 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 PCPICH transmit power of a cell based on the downlink
TCP load to achieve load balancing between intrafrequency 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. 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

WRFD020106

WRFD150219
WRFD150216
WRFD150217
WRFD150215
WRFD0106100
3
WRFD020102
WRFD140223
WRFD150236
WRFD020101

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RIM
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Cell
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Coverag
e Based
PS
Redirect
ion from
UMTS
to LTE
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NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

WRFD140226

UMTS
to LTE

WRFD020107

Load
Based
PS
Handov
er from
UMTS
to LTE

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 interfrequency 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 inter-frequency
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 load-based inter-frequency handovers,
BE service rate reduction, uncontrollable real-time
service QoS renegotiation, and load-based CS/PS interRAT handovers. 10.
UL_INTRA_FREQUENCY_ULB: Whether to enable
RTWP-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 inter-frequency cells. 12.
DL_UU_CLB: Whether to enable the downlink loadbased 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 inter-frequency handovers are
triggered periodically to achieve load balancing

WRFD020104
WRFD020105
WRFD020126
WRFD0106120
2
WRFD020129
WRFD010626
WRFD010627
WRFD020103
WRFD010660
WRFD010661
WRFD010662
WRFD010663
WRFD010665
WRFD140102
WRFD0106600
4
WRFD0106160
6

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SRVCC
from
LTE to
UMTS
with PS
Handov
er
HSDPA
Admissi
on
Control
Load
Measure
ment
MOCN
Cell
Resourc
e
Demarc
ation
Load
Based
Dynami
c
Adjustm
ent of
PCPICH
Admissi
on
Control
Fast
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MML
Comma
nd

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Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

WRFD0106600
2

Overloa
d
Control

WRFD0106600
3

Intra
Frequen
cy Load
Balance

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, measurement-based 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 interfrequency 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 PCPICH 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 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.

WRFD0106600
1
WRFD0106160
5
WRFD150220
WRFD0106160
1
WRFD0106160
3
WRFD0106160
2
WRFD140217
WRFD0106160
4
WRFD010616
WRFD0106160
8
WRFD140218

Potential
User
Control
Mobility
Between
UMTS
and LTE
Phase 1
HSUPA
Admissi
on
Control
PS
Service
Redirect
ion from
UMTS
to LTE
MBMS
FLC
(Freque
ncy
Layer
Converg
ence)/
FLD
(Freque
ncy
Layer
Dispersi
on)
FACH
Transmi
ssion
Sharing
for
MBMS

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MML
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nd

Feature
ID

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Feature
Name

Description

Inter
Frequen
cy Load
Balance

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

MBMS
Phase 2
MBMS
over Iur
Dynami
c Power
Estimati
on for
MTCH
MSCH
Scheduli
ng
MBMS
Channel
Audienc
e Rating
Statistic
s
CS
Fallback
Guarant
ee for
LTE
Emerge
ncy
Calls

Unit: None
Actual 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
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_FREQUENCY_ULB:0,UL_UU_CLB:
0,DL_UU_CLB:0,CELL_CODE_CLB:
0,CELL_CREDIT_CLB:
0,DLLOAD_BASED_PCPICH_PWR_ADJ_SWITC
H:0,ADAPTIVE_RACH:
0,ACK_PRACH_PREAM_MEAS:
0,CAMPING_STRATEGY_SWITCH:0

InterFrequen
cy
Neighbo
ring Cell
Selectio
n for
MBMS
PTP
Users
Streami
ng
Service
on
MBMS
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NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

7 Parameters

Feature
Name

Description

MBMS
P2P over
HSDPA
MBMS
Admissi
on
Enhance
ment
MBMS
Enhance
d
Broadca
st Mode
MBMS
Transpo
rt
Resourc
e
Manage
ment
Coverag
e Based
PS
Handov
er from
UMTS
to LTE
MBMS
Broadca
st Mode
MBMS
Load
Control
MBMS
Admissi
on
Control
InterFrequen
cy Load
Balancin
g Based
on
Configu
rable
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NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

7 Parameters

Feature
Name

Description

Load
Threshol
d
MBMS
Soft/
Selectiv
e
Combini
ng
MBMS
Introduc
tion
Package
16/32/64
/
128Kbp
s
Channel
Rate on
MBMS
ServiceBased
PS
Handov
er from
UMTS
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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

NBMLd
cAlgoS
witch

BSC691
0

ADD
UCELL
ALGOS
WITCH

WRFD151203

Campin
g
Strategy
Switch
for 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 PCPICH transmit power of a cell based on the downlink
TCP load to achieve load balancing between intrafrequency 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. 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 interfrequency 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,

MOD
UCELL
ALGOS
WITCH

WRFD020106
WRFD150231
WRFD150219
WRFD150216
WRFD150217
WRFD150215
WRFD0106100
3
WRFD020102
WRFD140223
WRFD150236
WRFD020101
WRFD140226
WRFD020107
WRFD020104
WRFD020105
WRFD020126
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PS
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ion from
UMTS
to LTE
Load
Based
PS
Redirect
ion from
UMTS
to LTE
Load
Based
PS
Handov
er from
UMTS
to LTE
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NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

WRFD010626

HSDPA
Admissi
on
Control

code tree reshuffling, and load-based inter-frequency


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 load-based inter-frequency handovers,
BE service rate reduction, uncontrollable real-time
service QoS renegotiation, and load-based CS/PS interRAT handovers. 10.
UL_INTRA_FREQUENCY_ULB: Whether to enable
RTWP-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 inter-frequency cells. 12.
DL_UU_CLB: Whether to enable the downlink loadbased 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 inter-frequency 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, measurement-based 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 interfrequency 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

WRFD010627
WRFD020103
WRFD010660
WRFD010661
WRFD010662

Load
Measure
ment
MOCN
Cell
Resourc
e
Demarc
ation

WRFD140102

Load
Based
Dynami
c
Adjustm
ent of
PCPICH

WRFD0106600
4

Admissi
on
Control

WRFD0106160
6

Fast
Return
from
UMTS
to LTE

WRFD010663
WRFD010665

WRFD0106600
2
WRFD0106600
3

Overloa
d
Control

WRFD0106600
1

Intra
Frequen
cy Load
Balance

WRFD0106160
5

Potential
User
Control

WRFD150220

Mobility
Between
UMTS
and LTE
Phase 1

WRFD0106160
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MML
Comma
nd

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Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

WRFD0106160
3

HSUPA
Admissi
on
Control

adjustment algorithm. This algorithm adjusts the PCPICH 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 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.

WRFD0106160
2
WRFD140217
WRFD0106160
4
WRFD010616
WRFD0106160
8
WRFD140218

PS
Service
Redirect
ion from
UMTS
to LTE
MBMS
FLC
(Freque
ncy
Layer
Converg
ence)/
FLD
(Freque
ncy
Layer
Dispersi
on)
FACH
Transmi
ssion
Sharing
for
MBMS
Inter
Frequen
cy Load
Balance
MBMS
Phase 2
MBMS
over Iur
Dynami
c Power
Estimati
on for
MTCH
MSCH
Scheduli
ng

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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
Actual 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,

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MML
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ID

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Feature
Name

Description

MBMS
Channel
Audienc
e Rating
Statistic
s

ADAPTIVE_RACH,
ACK_PRACH_PREAM_MEAS,
CAMPING_STRATEGY_SWITCH

CS
Fallback
Guarant
ee for
LTE
Emerge
ncy
Calls

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_FREQUENCY_ULB:0,UL_UU_CLB:
0,DL_UU_CLB:0,CELL_CODE_CLB:
0,CELL_CREDIT_CLB:
0,DLLOAD_BASED_PCPICH_PWR_ADJ_SWITC
H:0,ADAPTIVE_RACH:
0,ACK_PRACH_PREAM_MEAS:
0,CAMPING_STRATEGY_SWITCH:0

InterFrequen
cy
Neighbo
ring Cell
Selectio
n for
MBMS
PTP
Users
Streami
ng
Service
on
MBMS
MBMS
P2P over
HSDPA
MBMS
Admissi
on
Enhance
ment
MBMS
Enhance
d
Broadca
st Mode
MBMS
Transpo
rt
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MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

7 Parameters

Feature
Name

Description

Resourc
e
Manage
ment
Coverag
e Based
PS
Handov
er from
UMTS
to LTE
MBMS
Broadca
st Mode
MBMS
Load
Control
MBMS
Admissi
on
Control
InterFrequen
cy Load
Balancin
g Based
on
Configu
rable
Load
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ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

7 Parameters

Feature
Name

Description

s
Channel
Rate on
MBMS
ServiceBased
PS
Handov
er from
UMTS
to LTE
Random
AccessC
ongestT
hd

BSC690
0

ADD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

WRFD151201

Adaptiv
e RACH

MOD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

Meaning: Congestion threshold for acknowledged


random accesses. When the number of acknowledged
random accesses equals to or exceeds this parameter
value, the RNCconsiders that the random access state is
congestion.
GUI Value Range: 0~255
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~255
Default Value: 50

Random
AccessC
ongestT
hd

BSC691
0

ADD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

WRFD151201

Adaptiv
e RACH

MOD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

Meaning: Congestion threshold for acknowledged


random accesses. When the number of acknowledged
random accesses equals to or exceeds this parameter
value, the RNCconsiders that the random access state is
congestion.
GUI Value Range: 0~255
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~255
Default Value: 50

OptiCon
stantval
ue

BSC690
0

ADD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH
MOD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

WRFD151201

Adaptiv
e RACH

Meaning: Constant in the calculation of initial UE


transmit power for the optimized random access
procedure. This constant is used when the congestion
threshold for acknowledged random accesses is reached
and uplink load is heavy. For detailed information of
this parameter, see 3GPP TS 25.331.
GUI Value Range: -35~-10
Unit: dB
Actual Value Range: -35~-10
Default Value: -30

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

OptiCon
stantval
ue

BSC691
0

ADD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

WRFD151201

Adaptiv
e RACH

Meaning: Constant in the calculation of initial UE


transmit power for the optimized random access
procedure. This constant is used when the congestion
threshold for acknowledged random accesses is reached
and uplink load is heavy. For detailed information of
this parameter, see 3GPP TS 25.331.

MOD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

GUI Value Range: -35~-10


Unit: dB
Actual Value Range: -35~-10
Default Value: -30

OptiPow
erRamp
Step

BSC690
0

ADD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

WRFD151201

Adaptiv
e RACH

MOD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

Meaning: Power increase step for the optimized random


access procedure. This parameter is used when the
congestion threshold for acknowledged random
accesses is reached and uplink load is heavy. For
detailed information of this parameter, see 3GPP TS
25.211.
GUI Value Range: 1~8
Unit: dB
Actual Value Range: 1~8
Default Value: 1

OptiPow
erRamp
Step

BSC691
0

ADD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH
MOD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

WRFD151201

Adaptiv
e RACH

Meaning: Power increase step for the optimized random


access procedure. This parameter is used when the
congestion threshold for acknowledged random
accesses is reached and uplink load is heavy. For
detailed information of this parameter, see 3GPP TS
25.211.
GUI Value Range: 1~8
Unit: dB
Actual Value Range: 1~8
Default Value: 1

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

OptiPrea
mbleRet
ransMax

BSC690
0

ADD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

WRFD151201

Adaptiv
e RACH

Meaning: Maximum number of times the PRACH


preambles can be retransmitted for the optimized
random access procedure. This parameter is used when
the congestion threshold for acknowledged random
accesses is reached and uplink load is heavy. For
detailed information of this parameter, see 3GPP TS
25.211.

MOD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

GUI Value Range: 1~64


Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 1~64
Default Value: 40

OptiPrea
mbleRet
ransMax

BSC691
0

ADD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

WRFD151201

Adaptiv
e RACH

MOD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

Meaning: Maximum number of times the PRACH


preambles can be retransmitted for the optimized
random access procedure. This parameter is used when
the congestion threshold for acknowledged random
accesses is reached and uplink load is heavy. For
detailed information of this parameter, see 3GPP TS
25.211.
GUI Value Range: 1~64
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 1~64
Default Value: 40

Random
AccessC
learThd

BSC690
0

ADD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

WRFD151201

Adaptiv
e RACH

MOD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

Meaning: Decongestion threshold for acknowledged


random accesses. When the number of acknowledged
random accesses equals to or becomes smaller than this
parameter value, the RNC considers that the random
access state is decongestion.
GUI Value Range: 0~255
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~255
Default Value: 30

Random
AccessC
learThd

BSC691
0

ADD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH
MOD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

WRFD151201

Adaptiv
e RACH

Meaning: Decongestion threshold for acknowledged


random accesses. When the number of acknowledged
random accesses equals to or becomes smaller than this
parameter value, the RNC considers that the random
access state is decongestion.
GUI Value Range: 0~255
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~255
Default Value: 30

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

Constant
value

BSC690
0

ADD
UPRAC
HBASI
C

WRFD020501

Open
Loop
Power
Control

Meaning: This parameter specifies a constant used at


calculation of the initial transmit power of the first
preamble, to be used in the random access procedure.
The formula is as follows: Preamble_Initial_Power =
PCPICH DL TX power - CPICH_RSCP + UL
interference + Constant Value. Where,
Preamble_Initial_Power is the preamble initial TX
power, Primary CPICH DL TX power is the downlink
transmit (TX) power of PCPICH, CPICH_RSCP is the
receive signaling code power of the PCPICH measured
by UEs, and UL interference is the uplink interference.
For detailed information of this parameter, see 3GPP TS
25.331.

MOD
UPRAC
H
MOD
UPRAC
HUUPA
RAS

GUI Value Range: -35~-10


Unit: dB
Actual Value Range: -35~-10
Default Value: -20
Constant
value

BSC691
0

ADD
UPRAC
HBASI
C
MOD
UPRAC
H
MOD
UPRAC
HUUPA
RAS

WRFD020501

Open
Loop
Power
Control

Meaning: This parameter specifies a constant used at


calculation of the initial transmit power of the first
preamble, to be used in the random access procedure.
The formula is as follows: Preamble_Initial_Power =
PCPICH DL TX power - CPICH_RSCP + UL
interference + Constant Value. Where,
Preamble_Initial_Power is the preamble initial TX
power, Primary CPICH DL TX power is the downlink
transmit (TX) power of PCPICH, CPICH_RSCP is the
receive signaling code power of the PCPICH measured
by UEs, and UL interference is the uplink interference.
For detailed information of this parameter, see 3GPP TS
25.331.
GUI Value Range: -35~-10
Unit: dB
Actual Value Range: -35~-10
Default Value: -20

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

PowerR
ampStep

BSC690
0

ADD
UPRAC
HBASI
C

WRFD020501

Open
Loop
Power
Control

Meaning: The power ramp step of the random access


preambles transmitted before the UE receives the
acquisition indicator in the random access process. For
detailed information of this parameter, see 3GPP TS
25.211.

MOD
UPRAC
H

GUI Value Range: 1~8


Unit: dB

MOD
UPRAC
HUUPA
RAS
PowerR
ampStep

BSC691
0

ADD
UPRAC
HBASI
C

Actual Value Range: 1~8


Default Value: 2

WRFD020501

Open
Loop
Power
Control

MOD
UPRAC
H

GUI Value Range: 1~8


Unit: dB

MOD
UPRAC
HUUPA
RAS
Preambl
eRetrans
Max

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UPRAC
HBASI
C

Meaning: The power ramp step of the random access


preambles transmitted before the UE receives the
acquisition indicator in the random access process. For
detailed information of this parameter, see 3GPP TS
25.211.

Actual Value Range: 1~8


Default Value: 2

WRFD020501

Open
Loop
Power
Control

Meaning: The maximum number of preambles


transmitted in a preamble ramping cycle. For detailed
information of this parameter, see 3GPP TS 25.211.
GUI Value Range: 1~64

MOD
UPRAC
H

Unit: None

MOD
UPRAC
HUUPA
RAS

Default Value: 20

Actual Value Range: 1~64

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

Preambl
eRetrans
Max

BSC691
0

ADD
UPRAC
HBASI
C

WRFD020501

Open
Loop
Power
Control

Meaning: The maximum number of preambles


transmitted in a preamble ramping cycle. For detailed
information of this parameter, see 3GPP TS 25.211.

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MOD
UPRAC
H

Unit: None

MOD
UPRAC
HUUPA
RAS

Default Value: 20

Actual Value Range: 1~64

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7 Parameters

Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

FuncSwi
tch2

BSC690
0

ADD
UCELL
LICENS
E

WRFD151202

FACH
Pool

WRFD151203

MOD
UCELL
LICENS
E

WRFD150236

Campin
g
Strategy
Switch
for Mass
Event

Meaning: 1.BASED_UE_LOC_DRD_SWITCH:
Whether the function of UE location-based multifrequency-band DRD is available. When the conditions
of path loss are met, cell edge UEs in a high-frequencyband cell perform the DRD procedure towards a lowfrequency-band cell, or cell center UEs in a lowfrequency-band cell perform the DRD procedure
towards a high-frequency-band cell. The function of UE
location-based multi-frequency-band DRD takes effect
only when this parameter is turned on and the
"BasedUELocDRDSwitch" parameter in the "SET
UDRD" or "ADD UCELLDRD" command is also
turned on. 2. LOAD_BASED_PCPICH_PWR_ADJ:
Whether the license function switch for Load Based
Dynamic Adjustment of PCPICH is enabled. 3.
ADAPTIVE_RACH_SWITCH(License Switch for
Adaptive RACH): Cell-level license switch for the
adaptive RACH feature. When this switch is turned on,
the adaptive RACH is activated. When this switch is
turned off, this feature is deactivated. 4.
CAMPING_STRATEGY_SWITCH(Switch for Camp
Policy Switching in Heavy Traffic): Whether to enable
the camping policy switching function when traffic is
heavy. This is a license 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. 5. FACH_POOL_SWITCH: Function
switch for the FACH Pool feature. When this switch is
turned on, the FACH Pool feature is activated and the
P2F-triggered redirection algorithm is also activated.
Note that P2F indicates a CELL_PCH/URA_PCH-toCELL_FACH state transition. 6.
FACH_TRAFF_STEER_AND_LOAD_SHARE_SWI
TCH: Function switch for the Service Steering and Load
Sharing in CELL_FACH State feature. When this
switch is turned on, this feature is activated. This feature
incorporates the P2F-triggered redirection algorithm for
real-time services, the P2F-triggered redirection
algorithm for non-real-time services, and the algorithm
of P2F-triggered redirection in case of P2D failures for
real-time services.

WRFD151201
WRFD150232
WRFD150246

Load
Based
Dynami
c
Adjustm
ent of
PCPICH
Adaptiv
e RACH
Multiba
nd
Direct
Retry
Based
on UE
Location
Service
Steering
and
Load
Sharing
in
CELL_F
ACH
State

GUI Value Range:


BASED_UE_LOC_DRD_SWITCH,
LOAD_BASED_PCPICH_PWR_ADJ,

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ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

7 Parameters

Feature
Name

Description

ADAPTIVE_RACH_SWITCH,
CAMPING_STRATEGY_SWITCH,
FACH_POOL_SWITCH,
FACH_TRAFF_STEER_AND_LOAD_SHARE_SWI
TCH
Unit: None
Actual Value Range:
BASED_UE_LOC_DRD_SWITCH,
LOAD_BASED_PCPICH_PWR_ADJ,
ADAPTIVE_RACH_SWITCH,
CAMPING_STRATEGY_SWITCH,
FACH_POOL_SWITCH,
FACH_TRAFF_STEER_AND_LOAD_SHARE_SWI
TCH
Default Value: BASED_UE_LOC_DRD_SWITCH:
0,LOAD_BASED_PCPICH_PWR_ADJ:
0,ADAPTIVE_RACH_SWITCH:
0,CAMPING_STRATEGY_SWITCH:
0,FACH_POOL_SWITCH:
0,FACH_TRAFF_STEER_AND_LOAD_SHARE_S
WITCH:0

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

FuncSwi
tch2

BSC691
0

ADD
UCELL
LICENS
E

WRFD151202

FACH
Pool

WRFD151203

MOD
UCELL
LICENS
E

WRFD150236

Campin
g
Strategy
Switch
for Mass
Event

Meaning: 1.BASED_UE_LOC_DRD_SWITCH:
Whether the function of UE location-based multifrequency-band DRD is available. When the conditions
of path loss are met, cell edge UEs in a high-frequencyband cell perform the DRD procedure towards a lowfrequency-band cell, or cell center UEs in a lowfrequency-band cell perform the DRD procedure
towards a high-frequency-band cell. The function of UE
location-based multi-frequency-band DRD takes effect
only when this parameter is turned on and the
"BasedUELocDRDSwitch" parameter in the "SET
UDRD" or "ADD UCELLDRD" command is also
turned on. 2. LOAD_BASED_PCPICH_PWR_ADJ:
Whether the license function switch for Load Based
Dynamic Adjustment of PCPICH is enabled. 3.
ADAPTIVE_RACH_SWITCH(License Switch for
Adaptive RACH): Cell-level license switch for the
adaptive RACH feature. When this switch is turned on,
the adaptive RACH is activated. When this switch is
turned off, this feature is deactivated. 4.
CAMPING_STRATEGY_SWITCH(Switch for Camp
Policy Switching in Heavy Traffic): Whether to enable
the camping policy switching function when traffic is
heavy. This is a license 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. 5. FACH_POOL_SWITCH: Function
switch for the FACH Pool feature. When this switch is
turned on, the FACH Pool feature is activated and the
P2F-triggered redirection algorithm is also activated.
Note that P2F indicates a CELL_PCH/URA_PCH-toCELL_FACH state transition. 6.
FACH_TRAFF_STEER_AND_LOAD_SHARE_SWI
TCH: Function switch for the Service Steering and Load
Sharing in CELL_FACH State feature. When this
switch is turned on, this feature is activated. This feature
incorporates the P2F-triggered redirection algorithm for
real-time services, the P2F-triggered redirection
algorithm for non-real-time services, and the algorithm
of P2F-triggered redirection in case of P2D failures for
real-time services.

WRFD151201
WRFD150232
WRFD150246

Load
Based
Dynami
c
Adjustm
ent of
PCPICH
Adaptiv
e RACH
Multiba
nd
Direct
Retry
Based
on UE
Location
Service
Steering
and
Load
Sharing
in
CELL_F
ACH
State

GUI Value Range:


BASED_UE_LOC_DRD_SWITCH,
LOAD_BASED_PCPICH_PWR_ADJ,

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ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

7 Parameters

Feature
Name

Description

ADAPTIVE_RACH_SWITCH,
CAMPING_STRATEGY_SWITCH,
FACH_POOL_SWITCH,
FACH_TRAFF_STEER_AND_LOAD_SHARE_SWI
TCH
Unit: None
Actual Value Range:
BASED_UE_LOC_DRD_SWITCH,
LOAD_BASED_PCPICH_PWR_ADJ,
ADAPTIVE_RACH_SWITCH,
CAMPING_STRATEGY_SWITCH,
FACH_POOL_SWITCH,
FACH_TRAFF_STEER_AND_LOAD_SHARE_SWI
TCH
Default Value: BASED_UE_LOC_DRD_SWITCH:
0,LOAD_BASED_PCPICH_PWR_ADJ:
0,ADAPTIVE_RACH_SWITCH:
0,CAMPING_STRATEGY_SWITCH:
0,FACH_POOL_SWITCH:
0,FACH_TRAFF_STEER_AND_LOAD_SHARE_S
WITCH:0
APPrea
mMeas
RptPerio
d

BSC690
0

SET
ULDM

WRFD151201

Adaptiv
e RACH

Meaning: Interval for reporting acknowledged PRACH


preamble measurement results. For details about this
parameter, see the description about acknowledged
PRACH preamble measurement in 3GPP TS 25.433.
GUI Value Range: 1~60
Unit: s
Actual Value Range: 1~60
Default Value: 10

APPrea
mMeas
RptPerio
d

BSC691
0

SET
ULDM

WRFD151201

Adaptiv
e RACH

Meaning: Interval for reporting acknowledged PRACH


preamble measurement results. For details about this
parameter, see the description about acknowledged
PRACH preamble measurement in 3GPP TS 25.433.
GUI Value Range: 1~60
Unit: s
Actual Value Range: 1~60
Default Value: 10

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

APPrea
mAvgFi
lterLen

BSC690
0

SET
ULDM

WRFD151201

Adaptiv
e RACH

Meaning: Length of the filter window for acknowledged


PRACH preamble measurement.
GUI Value Range: 1~32
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 1~32
Default Value: 5

APPrea
mAvgFi
lterLen

BSC691
0

SET
ULDM

WRFD151201

Adaptiv
e RACH

Meaning: Length of the filter window for acknowledged


PRACH preamble measurement.
GUI Value Range: 1~32
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 1~32
Default Value: 5

APPrea
mMeas
RptPerio
d

BSC690
0

SET
USATL
DM

WRFD151201

Adaptiv
e RACH

Meaning: Interval for reporting acknowledged PRACH


preamble measurement results. For details about this
parameter, see the description about acknowledged
PRACH preamble measurement in 3GPP TS 25.433.
GUI Value Range: 1~60
Unit: s
Actual Value Range: 1~60
Default Value: 10

APPrea
mMeas
RptPerio
d

BSC691
0

SET
USATL
DM

WRFD151201

Adaptiv
e RACH

Meaning: Interval for reporting acknowledged PRACH


preamble measurement results. For details about this
parameter, see the description about acknowledged
PRACH preamble measurement in 3GPP TS 25.433.
GUI Value Range: 1~60
Unit: s
Actual Value Range: 1~60
Default Value: 10

APPrea
mAvgFi
lterLen

BSC690
0

SET
USATL
DM

WRFD151201

Adaptiv
e RACH

Meaning: Length of the filter window for acknowledged


PRACH preamble measurement.
GUI Value Range: 1~32
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 1~32
Default Value: 5

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

APPrea
mAvgFi
lterLen

BSC691
0

SET
USATL
DM

WRFD151201

Adaptiv
e RACH

Meaning: Length of the filter window for acknowledged


PRACH preamble measurement.
GUI Value Range: 1~32
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 1~32
Default Value: 5

OptiStar
tLoadSt
ate

BSC690
0

ADD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH
MOD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

WRFD020102

Load
Measure
ment

Meaning: Uplink power load states for the adaptive


RACH feature. The RNC uses the optimized randomaccess-related parameter settings when the uplink
power load of a cell matches any of the following states:
light, normal, loaded, heavy, and overload. The light
state indicates that the uplink power load is in the range
between 0% and 30%. The normal state indicates that
the uplink power load is in the range between 30% and
50%. The loaded state indicates that the uplink power
load is in the range between 50% and 70%. The heavy
state indicates that the uplink power load is in the range
between 70% and 95%. The overload state indicates that
the uplink power load is in the range between 95% and
100%.
GUI Value Range: LightState, NormalState,
LoadedState, HeavyState, OverloadState
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: LightState, NormalState,
LoadedState, HeavyState, OverloadState
Default Value: LoadedState

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

OptiStar
tLoadSt
ate

BSC691
0

ADD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

WRFD020102

Load
Measure
ment

Meaning: Uplink power load states for the adaptive


RACH feature. The RNC uses the optimized randomaccess-related parameter settings when the uplink
power load of a cell matches any of the following states:
light, normal, loaded, heavy, and overload. The light
state indicates that the uplink power load is in the range
between 0% and 30%. The normal state indicates that
the uplink power load is in the range between 30% and
50%. The loaded state indicates that the uplink power
load is in the range between 50% and 70%. The heavy
state indicates that the uplink power load is in the range
between 70% and 95%. The overload state indicates that
the uplink power load is in the range between 95% and
100%.

MOD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

GUI Value Range: LightState, NormalState,


LoadedState, HeavyState, OverloadState
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: LightState, NormalState,
LoadedState, HeavyState, OverloadState
Default Value: LoadedState
OptiSto
pHyst

BSC690
0

ADD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

WRFD151201

Adaptiv
e RACH

MOD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

Meaning: Hysteresis duration for stopping the adaptive


RACH feature. This timer starts after the decongestion
threshold for acknowledged random accesses is
reached. After this timer expires, the RNC uses the
original random-access-related parameter settings.
GUI Value Range: 5~255
Unit: min
Actual Value Range: 5~255
Default Value: 30

OptiSto
pHyst

BSC691
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ADD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH
MOD
UCELL
ADAPT
RACH

WRFD151201

Adaptiv
e RACH

Meaning: Hysteresis duration for stopping the adaptive


RACH feature. This timer starts after the decongestion
threshold for acknowledged random accesses is
reached. After this timer expires, the RNC uses the
original random-access-related parameter settings.
GUI Value Range: 5~255
Unit: min
Actual Value Range: 5~255
Default Value: 30

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8 Counters

Counters

Table 8-1 Counter description


Counter ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Feature ID

Feature Name

73443289

VS.Random.Ac
cess.ACKNum.
Mean

Average
Number of
Acknowledged
PRACH
Preambles and
Granted
Common EDCH Resources
During Random
Access in a Cell

BSC6900

WRFD-151201

Adaptive RACH

73443289

VS.Random.Ac
cess.ACKNum.
Mean

Average
Number of
Acknowledged
PRACH
Preambles and
Granted
Common EDCH Resources
During Random
Access in a Cell

BSC6910

WRFD-151201

Adaptive RACH

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9 Glossary

Glossary

For the acronyms, abbreviations, terms, and definitions, see Glossary.

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10 Reference Documents

Reference Documents

The reference documents are as follows:


1.

3GPP TS 25.331 "Radio Resource Control (RRC)"

2.

3GPP TS 25.433 "UTRAN Iub interface Node B Application Part (NBAP) signalling"

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