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Admission control

DL Power :
Three parameters pwrAdm, pwrAdmOffset and beMarginDlPwr

1- pwrAdm
Description : Admission limit for downlink cell carrier power. Expressed relative to the lower of maximumTransmissionPower (configured in this UtranCell instance) and maxDlPowerCapability (configured in the corresponding instance of RbsLocalCell in the RBS). Disturbances: Changing this attribute will re-initiate Congestion Control measurements. Takes effect: Re-initiation of DL TX carrier power measurements Dependencies: pwrAdm + pwrOffset <= 100 % Default values : 75 Range : 0-100 Resolution : 1 Unit : %

2-pwrAdmOffset
Default values : 10 Range : 0-100 Resolution : 1 Unit : %

3-beMarginDlPwr
Default values : 10 Range : 0-100 Resolution : 1 Unit : %

INPUT FROM ASE MONITOR (UL) :


three parameters aseUlAdm, beMarginAseUl and aseUlAdmOffset.

1- aseUlAdm
Description: Admission limit on ASE in the uplink. Used by Admission Control, in Admission Request Handler. Takes effect: Immediately Default value: 240 Range : 0-500 Resolution : 1 Unit : ASE

2- beMarginAseUl
Default value: 20 Range : 0-500 Resolution : 1 Unit : ASE

3- aseUlAdmOffset
Default value: 40 Range : 0-500 Resolution : 1 Unit : ASE

INPUT FROM ASE MONITOR (DL) :


Two parameters aseDlAdm and beMarginAseDl

1- aseDlAdm
Description

Admission limit on ASE in the downlink. Used by Admission Control, in Admission Request Handler. Takes effect: Immediately Default value: 240 Range : 0-500 Resolution : 1 Unit : ASE

2-beMarginAseDl
Default value: 100 Range : 0-500 Resolution : 1 Unit : ASE

DOWNLINK CODE ALLOCATION:


Two parameters dlCodeAdm and beMarginDlCode

1-dlCodeAdm
Description: Admission limit based on downlink channelization code tree usage. Expressed as percentage of the code tree currently in use. Used by Admission Control, in Admission Request Handler. Takes effect: Immediately Default value: 80 Range : 0-100 Resolution : 1 Unit : %

2-beMarginDlCode
Default value: 10 Range : 0-100 Resolution : 5 Unit : %

The RBS Hardware Monitor ( UL ) :


Two parameters ulHwAdm and beMarginUlHw

1- ulHwAdm
Description: Admission limit on RBS uplink hardware resource utilization, applicable to all admission requests. Setting ulHwAdm to 100 % will disable the uplink hardware admission policy. Takes effect: Immediately Default value: 100 Range : 0-100 Resolution : 1 Unit : %

2- beMarginUlHw
Default value: 0 Range : 0-100 Resolution : 1 Unit : %

The RBS Hardware Monitor ( DL ) :


Two parameters dlHwAdm and beMarginDlHw

1- dlHwAdm
Description: Admission limit on RBS downlink hardware resource utilization, applicable to all admission requests. Setting dlHwAdm to 100 % will disable the downlink hardware admission policy. Takes effect: Immediately Default value: 100 Range : 0-100 Resolution : 1 Unit : %

2- beMarginDlHw
Default value: 0 Range : 0-100 Resolution : 1 Unit : %

Spreading factor Usage


The operator can limit the number of BE users by setting the parameters sf8Adm, sf16Adm and sf32Adm

1-sf8Adm
Description: Admission limit for non-guaranteed traffic class connections with DL SF = 8. Maximum number of radio links with Spreading Factor = 8 in the downlink (DL SF = 8) for which new admission requests for non-guaranteed traffic classes will continue to be allowed. Reaching or exceeding this number of DL SF = 8 radio links will block setup and addition in this cell of more nonguaranteed traffic class radio links that would require DL SF = 8. The default setting disables the admission policy. However, the actual setting may need to deviate from the default, in order to limit the number of simultaneous high bit rate connections in a cell, typically to deal with limitations in transport network dimensioning (to prevent all TN resources from being claimed by non-guaranteed traffic class connections). Used by Admission Control, in Admission Request Handler. Takes effect: Immediately

Default value: 8 Range : 0-8 Resolution : 1 Unit : no. of radio links

2-sf16Adm
Default value: 16 Range : 0-16 Resolution : 1 Unit : no. of radio links

3-sf32Adm
Default value: 32 Range : 0-32 Resolution : 1 Unit : no. of radio links

Compressed mode
Admission control checks the present number of radio links in compressed mode (compModeAdm) when it receives a request for a radio link in compressed mode. This check is done to avoid too much interference from the compressed mode radio users.

compModeAdm
Description: Admission limit on the number of radio links in compressed mode in this cell. Takes effect: Immediately Default value: 15 Range : 0-128 Resolution : 1 Unit : no. of radio links

Congestion Control Parameters 1-Congestion Detection:


iFCong
Description: Threshold at which this cell is considered to be congested in the uplink. The default setting disables uplink congestion measurements, in order to prevent problems during upgrading. Range: 0..621 Default value: 621 Resolution : 1 Unit: 0.1 dBm Value mapping: [-49.9] [0.1]

0 : -112 dBm 1 : -111.9 dBm ... 130 : -99 dBm ... 620 : -50 dBm 621 : -49.9 dBm Takes effect: Re-initiation of UL RTWP measurements

ifOffset
Description: Congestion due to radio overload in uplink is detected when the uplink interference exceeds a certain configurable threshold for a longer time than the hysteresis time. The uplink interference threshold is determined by iFCong + ifOffset and the hysteresis time by ifHyst as shown in Figure.

Range : 0..621 Default value : 0 Resolution : 1 Unit : 0.1 dB

[0..62.1] [0.0] [0.1] [dB]

iFHyst
Description: Hysteresis time for detection of congestion in the uplink RTWP in this cell. When the measured RTWP has been above the detection level (defined by iFCong) for this length of time, this cell is considered to be congested in the uplink. Likewise, when the measured RTWP has been below the resolve level (defined by iFCong) for this length of time, the uplink cell congestion is considered to be resolved (unless resolving of congestion is indicated earlier by one of the periodic measurement reports).

The default setting disables uplink congestion measurements, in order to prevent problems during upgrading. However, the actual setting depends on the duration of peaks in the uplink RTWP, which are influenced by UE behavior and power control settings (and can cause 'false' uplink cell congestion detection).

Range: 0..6000 Default value : 6000 Resolution : 1 Unit: 10 ms Takes effect: Re-initiation of UL RTWP measurements [10] [60000]

pwrHyst
Description: Hysteresis time for detection of congestion in the downlink transmitted carrier power. When the measured power has been above the detection level (pwrAdm + pwrOffset) for this length of time, this cell is considered to be congested in the downlink. Likewise, when the measured power has been below the resolve level (pwrAdm) for this length of time, the downlink cell congestion is considered to be resolved (unless resolving of congestion is indicated earlier by one of the periodic measurement reports).

The default setting has been chosen to avoid false downlink cell congestion detection. However, the actual setting may need to deviate from the default, depending on the duration of peaks in the downlink transmitted carrier power, which are influenced by UE behavior and power control settings (and can cause 'false' downlink cell congestion detection). Used by Congestion Control. The configured value is divided by 10 by the RNC traffic application before being sent on Nbap to the RBS.

Range :

0..60000

Default value : 300 Resolution : 10 Unit: ms Takes effect: Re-initiation of DL TX carrier power measurements

pwrOffset
Description: Cell carrier power offset. Expressed relative to the lower of maximumTransmissionPower (configured in this UtranCell instance) and maxDlPowerCapability (configured in the corresponding instance of RbsLocalCell in the RBS). Used by Congestion Control.

Range :

0..100 5 1

Default value : Resolution : Unit: %

Takes effect: Re-initiation of DL TX carrier power measurements. Dependencies: pwrAdm + pwrOffset <= 100 %

2-Congestion Resolve Parameters:


releaseAseDl
Description: Amount of ASE in the downlink to be released with each periodic congestion-resolution action targeting the guaranteed traffic class connections in this cell. The default setting is a reference case setting. However, the actual setting may need to deviate from the default, depending on the required speed to resolve the downlink cell congestion situation and the characteristics of the guaranteed traffic class services in the network. Used by Congestion Control.

Range:

0..500

Default value : 1 Resolution : Unit: ASE Special values: 0 indicates that no ASE is released for guaranteed traffic class connections. This prevents congestion-resolution actions on the guaranteed traffic class connections in the cell. Takes effect: Immediately 1

releaseAseDlGhs
Description: Amount of ASE in the downlink to be released with each periodic congestion-resolution action targeting the guaranteed high speed traffic class connections in this cell. The default setting is a reference case setting. However, the actual setting may need to deviate from the default, depending on the required speed to resolve the downlink cell congestion situation and the characteristics of the guaranteed high speed traffic class services in the network. Used by Congestion Control

Range : 0..5000 Default value : 0 Resolution : 1 Unit : 0.1 ASE

[0..500.0] [0] [0.1] [ASE]

releaseAseDlNg

Description: Amount of ASE in the downlink to be released with each periodic congestion-resolution action targeting the non-guaranteed traffic class connections in this cell. The default setting is a reference case setting. However, the actual setting may need to deviate from the default, depending on the required speed to resolve the downlink cell congestion situation and the characteristics of the non-guaranteed traffic class services in the network. Used by Congestion Control. Range : 0..500 Default value : 3 Resolution : 1 Unit: ASE Special values: 0 indicates that no ASE is released for non-guaranteed traffic class connections. This prevents congestion-resolution actions on the non-guaranteed traffic class connections in the cell. Takes effect: Immediately

tmCongAction

Description: Interval between periodic congestion-resolution actions targeting the guaranteed traffic class connections in this cell. The default setting is a reference case setting. However, the actual setting may need to deviate from the default, depending on the required speed to resolve the downlink cell congestion situation and the characteristics of the guaranteed traffic class services in the network. Used by Congestion Control. Range: 300..100000 Default value : 2000 Resolution : Unit: ms Takes effect: Immediately 1

tmCongActionNg
Description: Interval between periodic congestion-resolution actions targeting the non-guaranteed traffic class connections in this cell. The default setting is a reference case setting. However, the actual setting may need to deviate from the default, depending on the required speed to resolve the downlink cell congestion situation and the characteristics of the non-guaranteed traffic class services in the network. Used by Congestion Control.

Range :

500..100000

Default value : 800 Resolution : Unit: ms Takes effect: Immediately 1

tmInitialG
Description:

Minimum time before congestion-resolution actions are initiated on guaranteed traffic class connections in this cell, after detection of downlink cell congestion. The default setting is a reference case setting. However, the actual setting may need to deviate from the default, depending on the required speed to resolve the downlink cell congestion situation and the characteristics of the guaranteed traffic class services in the network. Used by Congestion Control. Range : 10..100000 3000 1

Default value : Resolution : Unit: ms

Takes effect: Immediately