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R.F.

PARAMETERS
Default
Recommended Value
S.No Parameter Parameter Name Values(Value
for Chennai and ROTN
Range)

1 Pilot channel gain PILOTCH_GAIN 225(0~255) 225 DGU (3.55 Watts)

2 Paging channel gain PAGECH_GAIN 219(0~255) 219 DGU (2.51 Watts)

3 Sync. channel gain SYNCCH_GAIN 185(0~255) 185 DGU ( 0.355 Watts)

4 Pilot detection threshold T_ADD 26(0~63) 26 ( -13 dB))


5 Pilot drop threshold T_Drop 30(0~63) 30 (-15 dB)

Active set versus


6 candidate set comparisons T_Comp 5(0~15) 5 (2.5 dB)
threshold

7 Drop timer value T_Tdrop 3(0~15) 3( 4s)

Intercept in the inequality


8 criterion for adding a pilot ADD_INTERCEPT 26(0~63) 26
to active set

Intercept in the inequality


9 criterion for dropping a DROP_INTERCEPT 30(0~63) 30
pilot from the active set
Slope in the inequality
10 criterion for adding or SOFT_SLOPE_voice 0(0~63) 0
dropping a pilot

Search window
size for the active
11 SRCH_WIN_A 7(0 ~ 15) 7 ( 40 Chips)
set and candidate
set

Search window
12 size for neighbor SRCH_WIN_N 9(0 ~ 15) 9 ( 80 Chips)
set

Search window
13 size for remaining SRCH_WIN_R 10(0 ~ 15) 10 (100 Chips)
set

14 Pilot_PN increment PILOT_INC 3(0~15) 3

128(one way delay


15 Sector size(Cell Radius) RADIUS 128(0~1024)
15.616Km)/256 (31.23 Km)

MAX_SLOT_CYCLE_INDE
16 Maximum slot cycle index 2(0~7) 1
X

Nominal transmit power


for voice (1 leg), Nominal NOMINAL_PWR1, 169(1~255); 179;
17 transmit power for voice (2 NOMINAL_PWR2, 175(1~255); 175;
leg), Nominal transmit NOMINAL_PWR3 171(1~255) 171 ( Unit In DGU)
power for voice (3 leg)
Power region for voice (1
leg)
DELTA_PWR1, 80(1~255); 60;
Power region for voice (2
18 DELTA_PWR2, 40(1~255); 40;
leg)
DELTA_PWR3. 32(1~255) 32
Power region for voice (3
leg)

Initial power offset for


19 INIT_PWR 0(0~5) 0 (Unit in dB)
access

20 Power increment PWR_STEP 3(0~7) 4 (Unit: dB)

21 Number of access probes NUM_STEP 6(0~15) 4

Maximum number of
access probe sequences
22 MAX_REQ_SEQ 2(0~15) 2
for an access channel
request

Maximum Access Channel


23 message MAX_CAP_SZ 3(0~7) 5 (Unit: frame.)
capsule size

Access Channel preamble


24 PAM_SZ 3(0~15) 3 (Unit: frame)
length
FCH target frame FPC_FCH_FER_VO
25 2(0~30) 2 ( Unit 0.5%)
error rate(Voice) ICE

Initial FCH outer


FpcFchInitSetpVoi
26 loop Eb/Nt 64(0~255) 64( Unit 0.125 dB)
ce
setpoint(Voice)

Maximum FCH
FpcFchMaxSetpVoi
27 outer loop Eb/Nt 80(0~255) 80 (Unit 0.125dB)
ce
setpoint(Voice)

Minimum FCH
FpcFchMinSetpVoi
28 outer loop Eb/Nt 16(0~255) 16 (Unit 0.125)
ce
setpoint(Voice)

29 Cell power CELL_PWR 0 ~ 30000 20000 (Unit: mw)

Time randomization for


30 access PROBE_PN_RAN 0(0~9) 0
channel probes

31 Acknowledgment timeout ACC_TMO 2(0~15) 3 (Unit: 80ms)


Access channel probe
32 PROBE_BKOFF 0(0~15) 0
backoff range

Access channel probe


33 sequence BKOFF 0(0~15) 0
backoff range

0 (0: not contain


34 auth Auth 0(0, 1)
1: contain)

35 Random search value rand 0(0 ~ 2147483647) 0

36 Registration period reg_prd 58(29 ~ 85) 62


Description

The parameter corresponds to Pilot channel power( Unit: DGU). If the parameter is set too high,
coverage becomes larger but
forward link capacity decreases; while if it is set too low,
coverage becomes smaller but the forward link capacity
increases. Conversion from DGU to watt (Total Power)*10^((DGU value-255)/40)

The parameter corresponds to Page channel power( Unit: DGU). If the parameter is set too high, it
would be easy for MS to
demodulate sync channel but forward link capacity decreases;
while if it is set too low, it may be impossible for MS to
demodulate sync channel but forward link capacity increases. Conversion from DGU to watt (Total
Power)*10^((DGU value-255)/40)

The parameter corresponds to sync channel power( Unit: DGU). If the parameter is set too high,
coverage becomes larger but
forward link capacity decreases; while if it is set too low,
coverage becomes smaller but the forward link capacity
increases. Conversion from DGU to watt (Total Power)*10^((DGU value-255)/40)

If it is set too high, the number of voice service soft


handoff times is unnecessarily increased, occupying CE
resources, and reducing the system capacity. If it is set
too low, data service handoff area becomes small with
poor coverage, as well as call drop rate increased. Pilot
detection threshold (Voice) and Active Set versus
Candidate Set comparison threshold (Voice) should be
considered together for setting. Judge the former
availability based on pilot absolute intensity, while judge
the latter based on the pilot relative intensity. Unit: -0.5
dB
If it is set too high, weak pilot is unable to be dropped
from the active set/candidate set, therefore, the number
of voice service soft handoff times increases
unnecessarily, occupying CE resources as well as forward
link capacity reduced. If it is set too low, useful pilot
might be dropped too earlier from the active
set/candidate set, becoming interference and QoS
degraded; therefore, the voice/data service call drop
increases. Pilot drop threshold (Voice) and Drop timer
value (Voice) should be considered together for setting.
Judge the former availability based on pilot absolute
intensity, while judge the latter based on the pilot relative
intensity. Unit: -0.5 dB

If Active Set versus Candidate Set comparison threshold (Voice) is set too high, it keeps the strong
pilot that is more useful than the weak pilot in the active set to the candidate set. If it is set too low,
more PSMMs is triggered caused by relative strong pilots of the active set and candidate set changes,
increasing the system overhead. In addition, Active Set versus Candidate Set comparison threshold
(Voice) setting should be considered with Pilot drop threshold(Voice). Unit: -0.5 dB.

If it is set too high, the weak pilot stays longer in the active set/candidate
set, increasing the pilot search cycle. Meanwhile, the PSMM of the strong
pilot based on Active Set versus Candidate Set comparison
threshold(Data) increases, increasing the system signaling overhead. If it
is set too low, the useful pilot migrates from the active set/candidate set
too early to the neighbor cell set, degrading the QoS, increasing
voice/data service call drop rate. When there is relative more pilot
quantity in the neighbor cell set, it is more severe since the search cycle
of the neighbor set is relatively long. Drop timer value (Data) and the
relevant Active Set versus Candidate Set comparison threshold (Data)
should be set jointly. The former decides the weak pilot stay time in the
active set, impacting the PSMM transmitting mechanism triggered by
Active Set versus Candidate Set comparison threshold (Data).

If it is set too high, it is difficult to add pilot into the active set/candidate set, so that voice service
handoff area is decreased, coverage rate becomes poor, and call drop rate increases. If it is set too
low, it is easy to add pilot into the active set/candidate set, so that the number of soft handoff times
for voice services are unnecessarily increased, occupying CE resources and reducing system
capacity. Unit: -0.5 dB.

If it is set too high, useful pilot might be dropped too earlier from the active set/candidate set,
becoming interference and degraded QoS, therefore, the voice service call drop increases. If it is set
too low, weak pilot is difficult to be dropped from the active set/candidate set, increasing
unnecessary soft handoff times for voice services, occupied CE resources and the system capacity
decreased.
If it is set as 0, voice service dynamic handoff algorithm is disabled. Now, both intercept in the
inequality criterion for adding a pilot to Active Set (Voice) and Intercept in the inequality criterion for
dropping a pilot from the Active Set (Voice) is invalid. Currently, dynamic handoff algorithm is not
used, that is, this parameter is set as 0.

To set it too high, MS searcher may select other BS pilot multipath


signals by mistake. Meanwhile, MS takes long time to search Active
Set and Candidate Set pilot, and interval for searching neighbor set
pilot increases, resulting in handoff not timely as well as
performance reduced. If it is set too low, MS might not search
useful multi-path signals.

To set is too high, MS wastes time to search neighbor set pilot, and
the interval for searching Active Set and Candidate Set pilot
increases, resulting in performance reduced. To set it too low, MS
might be unable to search neighbor set pilot. The Neighbor Set
should be set higher than the Active Set.

To set it too high, MS searcher may select other sector pilot multi-
path signals by mistake. Meanwhile, MS takes long time to search
remaining set pilot, and interval for searching remaining set pilot
increases, resulting in handoff not timely as well as performance
reduced. If it is set too low, MS might not search remaining set
pilot. When optimizing the system, this parameter should be set
little bit higher than Active Set, and can be set as 0 when neighbor
cell configurations are improved.

Pilot PN sequence offset increment.

Cell radius. The signal from handset on reverse link will be delayed because of propagation delay
which value will change when handset is at different locations. So BTS will acquire any messages on
access channel in a time range, not only at one time point. Cell radius parameter is used to define
this range. If this value is set too small, handsets on coveragea boundary can receive and demodule
the forward singal but BTS cannot acquire their reverse messages on access channel. If this value is
set too large, BTS can acquire messages on access channel but the efficiency of searcher will be
decreased. (Unit: chip.)

Set it high, the call setup time can be reduced. But MS consumes more power, and shorten the
standby time. Set it low, the result is reversed.

If channel power higher limit is set too high and the power of some channels is high, other channels
will be disturbed and suffer performance loss. If channel power higher limit is set too low, the QoS of
some channels can not meet the requirements. If channel power lower limit is set too high, the
channel power can not be low even when wireless environment is good; this leads to the waste of
forward power resource. If channel power lower limit is set too low and the F-SCH power is low, the
response speed of forward power control can not meet the power increase requirement of channel
QoS. Meanwhile, when forward power is low, the forward power capacity obtained through lowering
the power will be very small, and can be neglected. ( Unit In DGU)
If channel power higher limit is set too high and the power of some channels is high, other channels
will be disturbed and suffer performance loss. If channel power higher limit is set too low, the QoS of
some channels can not meet the requirements. If channel power lower limit is set too high, the
channel power can not be low even when wireless environment is good; this leads to the waste of
forward power resource. If channel power lower limit is set too low and the F-SCH power is low, the
response speed of forward power control can not meet the power increase requirement of channel
QoS. Meanwhile, when forward power is low, the forward power capacity obtained (Unit In DGU)

If the value of the parameter is set too high, the access of MS may cause reverse links to be blocked,
thus the performance of R-ACH decreases. If the value is too low, MS may access the system after
many access probes and the probability of R-ACH collision increases. The setting of this parameter
and the parameter Power Increment should allow the MS to access the system after Number of
access probes access probes.

If the value of the parameter is set too high, the access of MS may cause reverse links to be blocked,
thus the performance of R-ACH decreases. If the value is too low, MS may access the system after
many access probes and the probability of R-ACH collision increases. The setting of this parameter
and the parameter Initial power offset for access should allow the MS to access the system after
Number of access probes access probes. In setting this parameter and the parameter Number of
access probes, try to balance them. If the value of this parameter is small, that of Number of access
probes should be large and vice versa.

The maximum number of access probes in an access probe sequence minus 1.If the parameter is
set too high, the chance of successful access of the access probe sequence increases, but so will the
interference to reverse links. If it is set too low, the interference to reverse links decreases, but so will
the chance of successful access of the access probe sequence.

The maximum number of access probe sequences that are


requested. If the value of this parameter is set too high, there is an excessive access probe sequence
in an access attempt, which increases the load of the access channel. If the value is set too low, the
access probe sequences in an access attempt may be insufficient, thus reducing the access success
rate.

The maximum number of frames in a message capsule of an access channel minus 3. If the
value of the parameter is set too high, the access channel capacity is wasted and the interference to
reverse links increases. If the value is set too low, some R-ACH messages may not be transmitted.
Set the parameter according to the length requirement of R-ACH messages. Each R-ACH frame
consists of 96 bits (20ms frame, 4800bps), of which 88 bits are message bits and 8 bits are encoder
tail bits. The default value 3 (6 frames) of this parameter is enough to meet the length requirement of
any RACH message (if DBM is too long, it can be sent via the traffic channel). As a result, it is not
necessary to optimize this parameter. As the modulation symbols of frames in the preamble of the
access channel are all “0”, they can be easily captured.

The number of frames in the preamble of a static access channel minus 1.If the value of the
parameter is set too high, the access channel capacity is wasted and the interference to reverse links
increases. If the value is set too low, the chance for the BS to capture the access probes decreases.
As a result, many access probes may be required before a MS accesses the BS, and the access time
of the MS increases.
Target frame error rate of fundamental channel for voice service.If the
parameter is set too high, F-FCH forward transmit power(voice) decreases
and forward capacity increase, but FER of FFCH (voice) gets higher which
means performance degradation and in serious cases call drops will arise.
If the parameter is set too low, the forward transmit power increases and
forward capacity decrease, but F-FCH voice service performance is
improved.

If the parameter is set too high, F-FCH forward transmits power for voice
initiation is very high, forward capacity decreases. If it is set too low,
forward transmit power may not be able to meet the requirement,
performance is degraded and in serious case call drops arise.

Upper limit of FCH outer loop Eb/Nt (voice).If the parameter is set too
high, F-FCH forward transmit power for voice service increases, forward
capacity decreases. If it is set too low, forward transmit power cannot
meet the requirement, performance is degraded and in serious case call
drops arise.

Lower limit of FCH outer loop Eb/Nt (voice).If the parameter is set too
high, F-FCH forward transmit power for voice service remains high, in
which case forward capacity decreases. If it’s set too low, forward
transmit power decreases, which may give rise to the case that when
forward outer loop reaches or gets close to lower limit, radio environment
will deteriorate, now if forward transmit power fails to get high enough in
due time, call drops arise.

If the values of the two parameters “Rating power” and “Cell Power” are too high, the system capacity
increases, but the HPA is likely to power off. If the values are too low, the system capacity decreases,
but the HPA is unlikely to power off. The Ratio of pilot to maximum overload power is used to
calculate Maximum overload power by the background, and the Maximum overload power cannot be
adjusted manually. The value of Cell Power cannot be greater than that of Rating power. Maximum
overload power can be calculated only after F-PICH is configured.

Random delay in sending access channel probes. If the value of this parameter is set too high, the
chances of access collisions may decrease, but the MS may have to take a long time to access the
system. If the value is set too low, the access time of the MS is shortened, but the chances of access
collisions may increase. Before sending an access probe, the MS will determine the delay according
to its ESN and HASH algorithm, which ranges from 0 to 2value of this parameter -1 chips, while the
BS can also know the
delay from the ESN of the MS. The setting “0” means no delay.

The acknowledgement (that BS did not receive the access channel probe sent by the MS)
timeout minus 2.If the value of this parameter is set too high, the access time of the MS is
prolonged in case many access probes are required. If the value is set too low, the MS sends
unnecessary access probes, which increase both the load of access channel and the chances of
access collisions.
The maximum delay (when the MS sends the access channel probe of a sequence) minus 1.If the
value of this parameter is set too high, the access time is prolonged in case many access probes are
required. If the value is set too low, the chances of access collisions may increase.

The maximum delay (between access probe sequences or before the first access probe sequence of
the response message) minus 1. If the value of this parameter is set too high, the access time is
prolonged in case many access probes are required. If the value is set too low, the chances of access
collisions may increase.

Indication of whether MS contains standard authentication data in access channel message or not.

If AUTH is set to “01”, base station can generate a random number and this value is sent to handset
for authentication; if AUTH is set to other values, this field dose not make sense.

If MS does not perform timer-based registration, base station


will set this field to ‘0000000’ and the ideal timer value is
2^(REG_PRD/4)×0.08s.