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Admission Control

If the connections of new subscribers are not limited, the air interfaces will be overloaded, the actual
coverage of a cell will diminish significantly, and the quality of connected services cannot be guaranteed.
As a result, we need to check whether the addition of a new subscriber will impair ( )the network
performance before admitting the connection request. The module that performs that function is the
.

In WCDMA admission control, there are two algorithms: admission control based on power, and
admission control based on throughput

Uplink admission control based on power can be denoted in the following formula:
I Total_old +I >I Threshold
(I: Node B receiving power)
Uplink:
PTotal_old +P >P Threshold

(P: Node B transmission power)

Uplink admission control based on throughput can be denoted in the following formula:
UL+L > UL_Threshold
Uplink:
DL+L > DL_Threshold
DL and DL are respectively the load factors of uplink and downlink before the admission. L
is the load factor of new subscribers.

In ZTEs WCDMA system, the admission control falls into two categories: new subscriber
admission and handoff admission. Handoff admission is prior to new subscriber admission.
During testing, the admitted subscribers in 12.2 kb/s could reach as high as 123, approximately
the theoretical limit.