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26 GSM - UMTS Cell Reselection and Handover

3.26.1 BSC Exchange Property Data

COEXUMTS

Type: Numeral
Range: 0 to 4
Unit: -
Default: 0
Command: RAEPC, RAEPP
O&M: -
Comments: Support for Coexistence of GSM and UMTS
0 OFF
1 ON: Feature GSM-UMTS Cell
Reselection and Handover is
activated
2 ONADDINFO: Feature GSM-
UMTS Cell Reselection and
Handover and feature
Combined Cell Reselection
Trigger GSM to WCDMA are
activated.
3 ONADDINFO; GSM-UMTS
Cell Reselection and
Handover and Combined
Handover Triggering GSM to
WCDMA are activated
4 ONADDINFO; GSM-UMTS
Cell Reselection and
Handover, Combined Cell
Reselection Triggering GSM
to WCDMA and Combined
Handover Triggering GSM to
WCDMA are activated

COEXUMTSINT

Type: Numeral
Range: 100 to 1000
Unit: ms
Default: 1000
Command: RAEPC, RAEPP
O&M: -
Comments: Time interval between traffic load
checking.
COEXUMTSLSH

Type: Numeral
Range: 0 to 1
Unit: -
Default: 0
Command: RAEPC, RAEPP
O&M: -
Comments: This parameter enables and disables the feature Smooth GSM to WCDMA
unloading.

0 = Feature not enabled

1 = Feature enabled

SBHOACTIVE

Type: Numeral
Range: 0, 1
Unit: -
Default: 0
Command: RAEPC, RAEPP
O&M: -
Comments: This parameter enables and disables the feature Handover with Usage of
Service Indicator.

0 = Feature not enabled

1 = Feature enabled

3.26.2 GSM - UMTS Cell Reselection - Cell Data

Note:
The settings of the following parameters only affect Multi-RAT FDD UMTS
capable MSs.

UMFI

Type: MFDDARFCN-MSCRCODE-DIVERSITY
Range: MFDDARFCN: 0 to 16383

MSCRCODE: 0 to 511

DIVERSITY: DIV or NODIV


Unit: -
Default: -
Command: RLUMC, RLUMP
O&M: -
Comments: UTRAN Measurement Frequency Information for cell reselection
in GSM Idle Mode and GPRS/EGPRS Ready and Standby states.

(MFDDARFCN-MSCRCODE-DIVERSITY) defines the frequency,


scrambling code and diversity information for a UTRAN
neighbouring cell.

MFDDARFCNMFDDARFCN indicates the absolute RF channel


number of the neighbouring UTRAN cell to be measured on by
Multi-RAT MSs. Several frequency bands exist and the absolute
RF channel number represents the center frequency within the
frequency band. Allowed frequency bands and absolute RF
channel numbers are described in detail in Reference [5].

MSCRCODE is the scrambling code for the neighbouring cell. The


scrambling code has 512 values.

DIVERSITY indicates if diversity is applied for the UTRAN cell, or


not.

FDDQMIN

Type: Numeral
Range: 0 to 7
Unit: dB
Default: 0
Command: RLSUC, RLSUP
O&M: -
Comments: Minimum FDD quality.

Defines the minimum threshold for the "quality"


measure Ec/No for cell reselection to UTRAN cells.
0 -20 dB
1 -6 dB
2 -18 dB
3 -8 dB
4 -16 dB
5 -10 dB
6 -14 dB
7 -12 dB.

FDDQOFF

Type: Numeral
Range: 0 to 15
Unit: dB
Default: 8
Command: RLSUC, RLSUP
O&M: -
Comments: FDD quality offset.

Defines the inter-system cell reselection offset to UTRAN


cells.
0 -infinite, always select
UTRAN FDD cell if
acceptable
1 -28 dB
2 -24 dB
...
15 +28 dB.

SPRIO

Type: Identifier
Range: NO, YES
Unit: -
Default: NO
Command: RLSUC, RLSUP
O&M: -
Comments: Search priority.

Indicates if 3G cells may be searched when BSIC


decoding is required.
NO Multi-RAT MS may not use
the search frames required
for BSIC decoding, for
UTRAN FDD measurements.
YES Multi-RAT MS may use up to
25 search frames per 13
seconds without considering
the need for BSIC decoding
in these frames.

QSI

Type: Numeral
Range: 0 to 15
Unit: dBm
Default: 15
Command: RLSUC, RLSUP
O&M: -
Comments: GSM-UMTS cell reselection quality search indicator.

Indicates the threshold to start UTRAN FDD


measurements in Idle mode and Stand-by and Ready
states.
When the parameter value is between 0 and 6, the
UTRAN FDD measurements are started when the serving
cells' signal strength is below the threshold.

When the parameter value is between 8 and 14, the


UTRAN FDD measurements are started when the serving
cells' signal strength is above the threshold.
0 -98 dBm
1 -94 dBm
...
6 -74 dBm
7 always
8 -78 dBm
9 -74 dBm
...
14 -54 dBm
15 never

FDDQMINOFF

Type: Numeral
Range: 0 to 7
Unit: dB
Default: 0
Command: RLSUC, RLSUP
O&M: -
Comments: Minimum FDD quality offset.

Defines an offset to the value of FDDQMIN.


0 0 dB
1 2 dB
2 4 dB
3 6 dB
4 8 dB
5 10 dB
6 12 dB
7 14 dB

FDDRSCPMIN

Type: Numeral
Range: 0 to 15
Unit: dB
Default: 6
Command: RLSUC, RLSUP
O&M: -
Comments: Minimum FDD RSCP.
Defines the minimum threshold of Received Signal Code
Power (RSCP) for cell reselection to UTRAN FDD.
0 -114 dB
1 -112 dB
2 -110 dB
3 -108 dB
4 -106 dB
5 -104 dB
6 -102 dB
7 -100 dB
8 -98 dB
9 -96 dB
10 -94 dB
11 -92 dB
12 -90 dB
13 -88 dB
14 -86 dB
15 -84 dB

3.26.3 GSM - UMTS Handover - UTRAN Cell Data

CELL

Type: String
Range: 1 to 7 characters except ALL
Unit: -
Default: -
Command: All commands where a specific cell is
pointed out.

Cell definition: RLDEI


O&M: -
Comments: Cell name of a external UTRAN cell. As
UTRAN cells cannot belong to any GSM
BSC, they have always to be defined as
external.

NEWNAME

Type: String
Range: 1 to 7 characters except ALL
Unit: -
Default: -
Command: RLDEC
O&M: -
Comments: The parameter is used to change the
name of a cell. See parameter CELL for
recommendations.
FDDARFCN

Type: Numeral
Range: 0 to 16383
Unit: -
Default: -
Command: RLDEC, RLDEP
O&M: -
Comments: Absolute RF channel number of the external UTRAN cell.

The parameter indicates the absolute RF channel number


of the neighbouring UTRAN cell in GSM active mode.
Several frequency bands exist and the absolute RF
channel number represents the center frequency within
the frequency band. Allowed frequency bands and
absolute RF channel numbers are described in detail in
Reference [5].

SCRCODE

Type: Numeral
Range: 0 to 511
Unit: -
Default: -
Command: RLDEC, RLDEP
O&M: -
Comments: The scrambling code of the external
UTRAN cell:

UTRANID

Type: RNCID-CI-MCC-MNC-LAC
Range: RNCID: 0 to 4095

CI: 0 to 65535
Unit: -
Default: -
Command: RLDEC, RLDEP
O&M: -
Comments: Identity of the external UTRAN cell:

Consists of the Radio Network Controller


Identity (RNCID), Cell Identity within the
RNC (CI), Mobile Colour Code (MCC),
Mobile Network Code (MNC) and the
Location Area Code (LAC). MCC, MNC and
LAC have the same value ranges as used
for the parameter CGI, see CGI-1.
MRSL

Type: Numeral
Range: 0 to 49
Unit: -
Default: -
Command: RLDEC, RLDEP
O&M: -
Comments: Minimum reported signal level.

Within the locating algorithm, the measured energy per chip on the
Common Pilot Channel (CPICH Ec/No) a UTRAN cell is compared
with the minimum quality threshold defined by MRSL. Only if this
criterion is fulfilled, handovers to the UTRAN cell are possible. The
values are:
0 MRSL < -24 dB
1 -24 dB <= MRSL < -23.5 dB
...
48 -0.5 dB <= MRSL < 0 dB
49 0 <= MRSL

3.26.4 GSM - UMTS Handover - GSM Cell Data

ISHOLEV

Type: Numeral
Range: 0 to 99
Unit: %
Default: 20
Command: RLLOC, RLLOP
O&M: -
Comments: Inter-system handover load threshold.

Inter system handover evaluaions start


when the percentage of idle full rate
Traffic Channels (TCHs) left in the cell is
less than or equal to this value given as
percentage.

FDDMRR

Type: Numeral
Range: 0 to 3
Unit: -
Default: 0
Command: RLSUC, RLSUP
O&M: -
Comments: Multi-Rat reporting.

FDDMRR defines how many measured


neighbouring UTRAN cells should be
included in measurement reports. The
remaining positions in measurement
reports will be used for reporting GSM
cells according to the parameter MBCR,
see MBCR. If there are still remaining
positions, these are used to report next
best valid cells in other radio access
technologies.

FDDMRR is not changeable if a GSM-


UMTS Active BA-list Recording or a
Competitor Coverage Evaluation Active
BA-list Recording is ongoing.

QSC

Type: Numeral
Range: 0 to 15
Unit: dBm
Default: 15
Command: RLSUC, RLSUP
O&M: -
Comments: GSM-UMTS handover quality search indicator.

Indicates the threshold to start UTRAN FDD


measurements in Active mode.

When the parameter value is between 0 and 6, the


UTRAN FDD measurements are started when the serving
cells' signal strength is below the threshold.

When the parameter value is between 8 and 14, the


UTRAN FDD measurements are started when the serving
cells' signal strength is above the threshold.
0 -98 dBm
1 -94 dBm
...
6 -74 dBm
7 always
8 -78 dBm
9 -74 dBm
...
14 -54 dBm
15 never
QSCI

Type: Numeral
Range: 0, 1
Unit: -
Default: 0
Command: RLSUC, RLSUP
O&M: -
Comments: Initial Quality search indicator.

QSCI defines the control of UTRAN measurements after


entering active mode, before reading the first QSC.
0 UTRAN measurements are
performed according to QSI
until the first QSC is read.
1 UTRAN measurements are
always performed until the
first QSC is read.

MAXISHO

Type: Numeral
Range: 1–100
Unit: -
Default: 2
Command: RLLOC, RLLOP
O&M: -
Comments: Defines maximum number of load triggered outgoing inter system
handovers per second from the specified cell

FDDREPTHR2

Type: Numeral
Range: 0-63
Unit: dBm
Default: 0
Command: RLSUC, RLSUP
O&M: -
Comment: Minimum FDD RSCP reporting threshold.
Defines a threshold for the non reported
'signal strength' measure CPICH RSCP of
UTRAN cells. The MS includes a UTRAN
cell in the measurement reports only if
the non reporting threshold is exceeded.(1)
0 Disabled
1 115 dBm
2 114 dBm
... ...
62 54 dBm
63 53 dBm

(1) The reporting entity in the measurement reports is CPICH Ec/No.

3.26.5 GSM - UMTS Handover - Neighbouring Cell Relation Data

There are no neighbor relation specific parameters that can be defined


for each GSM - UMTS neighbouring cell relation. It is possible to define
up to 64 UTRAN neighbours in addition to 64 GSM neighbours for each
GSM cell. A total of up to 16384 UTRAN neighbouring cell relations can
be defined per BSC.

CELLR

Type: String
Range: 1 to 7 characters except ALL
Unit: -
Default: -
Command: RLNRI, RLNRE, RLNRP, RLNCP
O&M: -
Comments: Related cell designation.

The identity of the neighbouring UTRAN is


specified by means of CELLR.