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drThreshold (Directed Retry Threshold)

= With this parameter you define the threshold value of the signal strength in the adjacent cell for the Directed Retry procedure. If the signal strength level in the cell is lower than this threshold value, adjacent cell is not accepted as a candidate in directed retry. Max = -85 dbm Min = -90dbm MAX = 25 MIN = 20 NPT = 20 (GSM GSM / GSM - DCS) 10 (DCS DCS / DCS - GSM) If values MAX, HO has been experience of difficult. Or otherwise

adjCellLayer(Adjacent Cell Layer) = With this parameter you define the adjacent cell layer in relation to the active cell. A call can be handed over to the
cells that are visible to the serving cell by adjacency definition. This means the cells of upper layer, serving layer and lower layer. The adjacent cell layer definition can be used, for example, in umbrella and power budget handovers in defining the target cells according to their layer. Same Layer ==> 1 Upper Layer ==> 2 Lower Layer ==> 3

enableHoMarginLevQual
= With this parameter you define whether the handover margins for signal level and quality will be taken into account in the handover decision algorithm.

NPT = 1 fastMovingThreshold = With this parameter you define the limit which is compared with the identification counter (fast moving MS) in the adjacent cell. If
the limit is exceeded, the call is handed over from the macrocell to the best microcell.

GSM GSM = 0 GSM DCS = MIN,1 MAX,4 DCS GSM = 0 DCS- DCS = 0
HoLevelUmbrella (HO Level Umbrella / AUCL)

= With this parameter you define the minimum signal level of an adjacent cell, when a handover is allowed to an
adjacent umbrella cell. GSM GSM = MAX,63 GSM DCS = MIN,20 MAX,27 DCS GSM = MAX,23 DCS DCS = MAX,23

HoLoadFactor (OF) = With this parameter you define how much the priority of the target cell will be decreased if the cell is overloaded. The parameter is
used only for the cells under one BSC if the BSC cannot get information about the loading of other cells.

NOTE: The HO load factor cannot be greater than the HO priority level.

GSM GSM = 1 GSM DCS = 2 DCS GSM = 1 DCS DCS = 2 Range = 0 7 hoMarginLev = With this parameter you define a threshold for a handover caused by signal level. Range = -24 24 dbm GSM GSM = 3 GSM DCS = 3 DCS GSM = 10 DCS DCS = 3 hoMarginPbgt = With this parameter you define a threshold in the power budget process. The handover margin prevents repeated handover
between adjacent cells.

GSM GSM = MIN,4 MAX,6 4 (Default) GSM DCS = 0 DCS GSM = 0 DCS DCS = MIN,4 MAX,6 4 (Default) hoMarginQual = With this parameter you define a threshold for a handover caused by signal quality.
Range = -24 24 dbm GSM GSM = 3 GSM DCS = -10 DCS GSM = 0 DCS DCS = 3

hoPriorityLevel
= With this parameter you define the priority level for an adjacent cell. The priority level is used for target cell evaluation by the
handover control process. By using priority levels for the handover algorithm, it is possible to take into account the location of the adjacent cell.

GSM GSM = 3 GSM DCS = 4 DCS GSM = 3 DCS DCS = 4 RANGE : 0 7

RxLevMinCell = With this parameter you define the minimum signal level of an adjacent cell, when a handover is allowed to one of them. GSM GSM = MIN,10 MAX,15 10 DEFAULT GSM DCS = MIN,20 MAX 25 20 DEFAULT DCS GSM = MIN,10 MAX,15 10 DEFAULT DCS DCS = MIN,20 MAX 25 20 DEFAULT synchronized
= With this parameter you define whether the adjacent cell is synchronised with the cell in use. When defining adjacencies between the sectors of PrimeSite, the value of parameter synchronised must be N (not synchronised). This is because the sectors of PrimeSite are not synchronised with each other in a fault case, when the system has set the sectors to minimum configuration. not synchronized (N) ==> 0 synchronized (Y) ==> 1