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3G RAN Capacity Review

West Java and Bali Region

Week 33, 2010


Scope of Report

RAN capacity is reviewed and issues reported weekly basis focusing for the
following network elements and interfaces:
• Radio capacity – Radio power, common channel loading and
channelization codes
• BTS capacity – base band processing and HSDPA users capacity
• Iub capacity – access transmission user plane capacity
• RNC capacity – connectivity and user plane loading capacity

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Capacity Review - West Java

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Summary – West Java
Area Issues Report
• 107 cells were found with high UL load.
• 10 cells detected with high noise floor. Either wrong WBTS
commisioning settings, antenna lines or hardware
Radio interface • 1 cells with a potential issue with high code utilization without
HSDPA activity.
• RNC Dago3 (206) and RNC Soekarno-Hatta (208) has a high cell
PCH load. Require to reduce the number of sites in a location area or
split the LAC.
• 13 sites found with high CE utilization. All the sites already have PO
BTS for the CE upgrade.
• 13 cells (5 sites) found exceeding max. HSDPA users’ capacity
• 3 user plane VCCs were found with high DL AAL2 CAC reservation
utilisation.
Iub interface
• 2 user plane VCCs were found with high AAL2 connections (CID)
utilisation
RNC Tugurajapaseh has low resource availability in DCH-DMPG
pool. The problem is most probably related to HW or SW issue
RNC
instead of real traffic load. The issue has been escalated to the PL
(case id NA04751825).

IU-PS, IU-CS & IUR No Major Issue.


interface (Report is from NSN TRS planning team)

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Radio Interface – High UL Load

• 107 cells were detected


with high UL load, i.e.
uplink cell load is in
overload area more than
2% of the time, during the
busy hours.
• Adjust the UL admission
control parameters if
possible or reduce the
traffic.
• 10 cells has also a high
noise floor (above -95
dBm) which might indicate
issues with either wrong
WBTS commisioning
settings, antenna lines or
hardware.

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Radio Interface – High Code Utilisation

• 1 cell was found with high


code utilization, i.e. maximum
code occupancy > 95% and
average > 80%, during the
busy hours without HSDPA
activity.
• The cell has a high code
utilisation due to SF8
blocking. Check if any site
issues or reduce DL 384 kbps
usage, if possible.

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Radio Interface – High Common Channel Load

• The RNC Dago3 (206) has a


cell PCH load exceeding 50%
threshold which is probably
starting to degrade the MSS
VLR paging success.
• Reduce the number of sites in
a location area if possible or
split the LAC.
• The RNC Soekarno-Hatta
(208) has also an increasing
trend in PCH loading.

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Radio Interface – Paging Load per RNC

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BTS – High CE Utilisation

• 13 sites were found with high


CE utilization, i.e. maximum CE
usage > 98% and average >
70%, during the busy hours.
• UL CE consumption is mostly
the limiting factor due to HSDPA
UL return channel (R99)
allocations.

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BTS – High Number of HSDPA Users

• 13 cells were found with


exceeding the maximum number
of licenced HSDPA users
capacity, i.e. DCH selected due
to too many HSDPA users > 5%,
during the busy hours

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Iub Transmission – High CAC Utilisation

• 3 user plane VCCs were found


with high DL AAL2 CAC
reservation utilisation, i.e. the
allocated CAC capacity > 80%,
during the busy hours.

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Iub Transmission – High AAL2 CID Utilisation

• 2 user plane VCCs were found


with high AAL2 connections
(CID) utilisation, i.e. AAL2
connections > 80%, during the
busy hours.

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RNC Configurations – West Java

Iub Throughput RRC Connected


RNC Name RNC ID Configuration SW Release Erlangs
(Mbps) Users

RNC Tugurajapaseh 205 300/450 RN4.0 SW 6250 300 70000

RNC Watuwelah 203 450/450 RN4.0 SW 8000 450 100000

RNC Dago1 201 450/196 RN4.0 SW 8000 450 100000

RNC Dago2 204 2600/2600 RN4.0 SW 20000 2000 200000

RNC Dago3 206 2600/2600 RN4.0 SW 20000 2000 200000

RNC Dago4 207 300/450 RN4.0 SW 6250 300 70000

RNC Karya Mulya 209 2600/2600 RN4.0 SW 20000 2000 200000

RNC Soekarno Hatta 208 2600/2600 RN4.0 SW 20000 2000 200000

• The AMR Erlangs is defined without soft handover overhead (SHO).


• The Iub throughput is the traffic in downlink direction defined in FP level.
• RRC connected mode users include the subscribers in Cell_DCH,
Cell_FACH and Cell_PCH states.

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RNC AMR Erlangs

AMR usage is well below the max capacity (please refer to the slide 13 regarding max RNC AMR
capacity)

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RNC Iub Throughput

DL Iub hroughput is well below the max capacity (please refer to the slide 13 regarding max RNC Iub
throughput capacity)

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RNC RRC Connected Mode Users

The number of RRC connected users is well below the max capacity (please refer to the slide 13
regarding max RNC capacity)

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RNC Number of Simultaneous HSDPA Users

The number of simultaneous HSDPA users capacity depends on DMPG HW type and HSDPA UL
return channel bitrate allocations. However, there is no currently issue with the RNC HSDPA users
capacity.
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DSP Resource Allocation Success for HSDPA

HSDPA services have no issues with DSP resource allocations in RNCs.

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DSP Resource Allocation Success for AMR

AMR services have no issues with DSP resource allocations in RNCs

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DSP Resource Allocation Success for NRT R99

The NRT PS R99 services have low DSP resource allocation success rate in RNC TuguRajaPaseh

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DSP Resource Availability – RNC 205

DCH-DMPG pool has very low resource availability, i.e. 0% during busy hours. The problem is most
probably related to HW or SW issue instead of real traffic load. The issue has been escalated to the
PL (case id NA04751825).
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RNC ICSU Unit Load

The average ICSU unit loading has no issue.

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RNC DMPG Unit Load

The average DMPG unit loading has no issue except in RNC Tugurajapaseh.

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RNC DMPG Unit Load – RNC 205

DCH-DMPG pool loading is reaching 80% in RNC Tugurajapaseh due to current performance issue.

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Capacity Review - Bali

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Summary – Bali

Area Issues Report

• 3 cells were found with high UL load.


Radio interface • 1 cells with a potential issue with high DL load.
• 2 cells with high code utilisation without HSDPA activity.

• 6 sites found with high CE utilization.


BTS
• 14 cells (5 sites) found exceeding max. HSDPA users’ capacity

• 21 user plane VCCs were found with high DL AAL2 CAC


reservation utilisation.
Iub interface
• 15 user plane VCCs were found with high AAL2 connections (CID)
utilisation

RNC No issues.

IU-PS, IU-CS & IUR No Major Issue.


interface (Report is from NSN TRS planning team)

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Radio Interface – High UL Load

• 3 cells were detected with


high UL load, i.e. uplink
cell load is in overload
area more than 2% of the
time, during the busy
hours.
• Adjust the UL admission
control parameters if
possible or reduce the
traffic.

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Radio Interface – High DL Load

• 1 cell was detected with


high DL load, i.e. downlink
cell load is in overload
area more than 2% of the
time, during the busy hours
• Adjust the DL admission
control parameters if
possible or reduce the
traffic.

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Radio Interface – High Code Utilisation

• 2 cells were found with high


code utilization, i.e. maximum
code occupancy > 95% and
average > 80%, during the
busy hours without HSDPA
activity.
• The cell has a high code
utilisation due to SF8
blocking. Check if any site
issues or reduce DL 384 kbps
usage, if possible.

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BTS – High CE Utilisation

• 6 sites were found with high CE


utilization, i.e. maximum CE
usage > 98% and average >
70%, during the busy hours.
• UL CE consumption is mostly
the limiting factor due to HSDPA
UL return channel (R99)
allocations.

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BTS – High Number of HSDPA Users

• 14 cells (5 sites) were found with


exceeding the maximum number
of licenced HSDPA users
capacity, i.e. DCH selected due
to too many HSDPA users > 5%,
during the busy hours

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Iub Transmission – High CAC Utilisation

• 21 user plane VCCs were found


with high DL AAL2 CAC
reservation utilisation, i.e. the
allocated CAC capacity > 80%,
during the busy hours.

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Iub Transmission – High AAL2 CID Utilisation

• 15 user plane VCCs were found


with high AAL2 connections
(CID) utilisation, i.e. AAL2
connections > 80%, during the
busy hours.

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RNC Configurations – Bali

AMR Iub Throughput RRC Connected


RNC Name RNC ID Configuration SW Release
Erlangs (Mbps) Users

RNC Denpasar 802 450/450 RN4.0 SW 8000 450 100000

RNC Krobokan 803 450/450 RN4.0 SW 8000 450 100000

RNC Renon3 804 900/2600 RN5.0 SW 8000 900 100000

• The AMR Erlangs is defined without soft handover overhead (SHO).


• The Iub throughput is the traffic in downlink direction defined in FP level.
• RRC connected mode users include the subscribers in Cell_DCH,
Cell_FACH and Cell_PCH states.

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RNC AMR Erlangs

AMR usage is well below the max capacity (please refer to the slide 35 regarding max RNC AMR
capacity)

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RNC Iub Throughput

DL Iub hroughput is well below the max capacity (please refer to the slide 35 regarding max RNC Iub
throughput capacity)

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RNC RRC Connected Mode Users

The number of RRC connected users is well below the max capacity (please refer to the slide 35
regarding max RNC capacity)

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RNC Number of Simultaneous HSDPA Users

The number of simultaneous HSDPA users capacity depends on DMPG HW type and HSDPA UL
return channel bitrate allocations. However, there is no currently issue with the RNC HSDPA users
capacity.
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DSP Resource Allocation Success for HSDPA

HSDPA services have no issues with DSP resource allocations in RNCs.

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DSP Resource Allocation Success for AMR

AMR services have no issues with DSP resource allocations in RNCs.

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DSP Resource Allocation Success for NRT R99

NRT PS R99 services have no issues with DSP resource allocations in RNCs.

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RNC ICSU Unit Load

The average ICSU unit loading has no issue.

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RNC DMPG Unit Load

The average DMPG unit loading has no issue.

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