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2G Parameter Optimization

Cell Selection
Stored List Cell Selection
Every time when we power on mobile phone
MS can store history BCCH
Normal Cell Selection
When we but new sim card and power on
MS can not find BCCH carrier after doing stored list cell
selection
Cell Selection Process
Search BCCH frequency which has been stored
Right PLMN Check CGI (MCC+MNC+LAC+CI)
C1 > 0 Receive level
Cell Priority (CBA, CBQ)
Stored List Cell Selection
Search all frequency
Rank according to receiving level
Select the frequency with the highest Rx_level
Find BCCH with the highest Rx_level
Right PLMN Check CGI
C1 > 0 Receive level
Cell Priority (CBA, CBQ)



Normal Cell Selection
C1 indicates the path loss criteria of cell selection
C1 for the serving cell must be greater than 0. It is
calculated as follows:

C1 = RXLEV RXLEV_ACCESS_MIN Max((MS_TXPWR_MAX_CCH P),0)

RXLEV : average receive level of the MS
RXLEV_ACCESS_MIN : minimum receive level required for the MS to access the network
MS_TXPWR_MAX_CCH : maximum transmit power allowed for the MS to access the network
P : maximum output power of the MS
Cell Selection Parameter
RXLEV-ACCESS_MIN
MS_TXPWR_MAX_CCH
CBA (Cell Bar Access)
CBQ (Cell Bar Qualify)
Cell Selection Parameter
Parameter ID : RXMIN
Value Range : 0~63
Step : -
Unit : dB
Default Value : 8
Description : Minimum received signal level of the
MS. This level is reported in the system information.
This parameter specifies the minimum receive level
of an MS to access the BSS. For details. see GSM Rec.
05.08. The value of this parameter ranges from 0 to
63 (corresponding to -110 dBm to -47 dBm).
HUAWEI Cell Selection Parameter
Parameter ID : FMSMAXOPCC
Value Range : 0~19
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : 5 (GSM), 0 (DCS)
Description : Maximum transmit power level of MSs. As one of the cell reselection parameters in
system message 3, this parameter is used to control the transmit power of MSs. For details, see
GSM Rec. 05.05.
In a GSM900 cell, the maximum power control level of an MS ranges from 0 to 19, corresponding
respectively to the following values (unit: dBm): 43, 41, 39, 37, 35, 33, 31, 29, 27, 25, 23, 21, 19, 17,
15, 13, 11, 9, 7, and 5.Generally, the maximum transmit power supported by an MS is level 5
(corresponding to 33 dBm). The minimum transmit power supported by an MS is level 19
(corresponding to 5 dBm). Other transmit power levels are reserved for high-power MSs.
In a GSM1800 or GSM1900 cell, the maximum power control level of an MS ranges from 0 to 31,
corresponding respectively to the following values (unit: dBm): 30, 28, 26, 24, 22, 20, 18, 16, 14, 12,
10, 8, 6, 4, 2, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 36, 34, and 32. Generally, the maximum transmit
power supported by an MS is level 0 (corresponding to 30 dBm). The minimum transmit power
supported by an MS is level 15 (corresponding to 0 dBm). Other transmit power levels are reserved
for high-power MSs.
HUAWEI Cell Selection Parameter
Parameter ID : CBA
Value Range : NO, YES
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : The CBA function applies to special
scenarios. If this parameter is set to YES and "Cell Bar
Qualify" is set to no, only handovers are allowed in a cell,
and direct access of an MS is not allowed. This condition
applies to a dual-network coverage cell. For a common
cell, this parameter should be set to NO.
Description : Used together with "Cell Bar Qualify" to
decide the priority status of a cell. Refer to GSM Rec.
04.08.
HUAWEI Cell Selection Parameter
Parameter ID : CBQ
Value Range : NO, YES
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : NO.
Description : Used together with "Cell Bar Access" to
decide the priority status of a cell. See GSM Rec.
0408. This parameter does not affect cell reselection
but cell selection only.
HUAWEI Cell Selection Parameter
Application of CBA and CBQ
Cell Bar Qualify Cell Bar Access Cell Selection Priority Cell Reselection Priority
NO NO Normal Normal
NO YES Prohibited Prohibited
YES NO Low Normal
YES YES Low Normal
Parameter ID : rxLevAccessMin
Value Range : -110..-47
Step : -
Unit : dB
Default Value : -105
Description : minimum power level an MS has to
receive before it is allowed to access the cell.
UI_value + 110
NSN Cell Selection Parameter
Parameter ID : msTxPwrMaxCCH
Value Range : 5..39
Step : 2
Unit : dB
Default Value : 33
Description : maximum transmission power an MS
may use when accessing a CCH in the cell for GSM
900/800 bands.
Formula : (43 - UI_value) / 2
NSN Cell Selection Parameter
Parameter ID : cellBarred
Value Range : 0 (cell not barred), 1 (cell barred)
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : N
Description : With this parameter you define whether
MSs are allowed to access the cell.
NOTE: MML range:
N (cell not barred (MSs are allowed to access the cell) (0))
Y (cell barred (MSs are not allowed to access the cell) (1))
NSN Cell Selection Parameter
Parameter ID : cellBarQualify
Value Range : 0 (Cell barring cannot be overridden
(N)), 1 (Cell barring can be overridden (Y))
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : N
Description : With this parameter you define
whether cell barring can be overridden.
NSN Cell Selection Parameter
Parameter ID : ACCMIN
Value Range : -110..-47
Step : -
Unit : dB
Default Value : -
Description : Minimum received signal level in dBm
at the MS for permission to access the system.
Ericsson Cell Selection Parameter
Ericsson Cell Selection Parameter
Element Range CONDITION Dense Urban Urban Suburban Rural
GSM900 MACRO 102 102 105 105
GSM1800 MACRO 90 90 90 90
GSM900 COLOCATED 102 102 105 105
GSM1800 COLOCATED 90 90 90 90
MICROCELL OUTDOOR 900 77 77 77 77
MICROCELL OUTDOOR 1800 82 82 82 82
INDOOR CELL 900 90 90 90 90
INDOOR CELL 1800 90 90 90 90
Special case indoor - aiport,
pre defined int'l hotels or
buildings
110 110 110 110
ACCMIN 47 to 110
Parameter ID : CCHPWR
Value Range : 13-43 in steps of 2 (GSM 900); 4-30 in
steps of 2 (GSM 1800)
Step : -
Unit : dB
Default Value : GSM = 33, DCS = 30
Description : Maximum transceiver power level an
MS may use when accessing on a control channel.
Ericsson Cell Selection Parameter
Parameter ID : CB
Value Range : YES, NO
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : NO
Description : Cell bar access. Defines whether the cell
is barred for access or not.
Ericsson Cell Selection Parameter
Parameter ID : CBQ
Value Range : HIGH, LOW
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : HIGH
Description : Cell Bar Qualify.
Ericsson Cell Selection Parameter
Parameter ID : RxLevAccessMin
Value Range : 0 ~ 63
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : 10
Description : MIN received signal level to access.
ZTE Cell Selection Parameter
Parameter ID : MsTxPwrMaxCch
Value Range : 0 ~ 31
Step : -
Unit : dB
Default Value : GSM=5,DCS=0
Description : Control channel MAX power level
ZTE Cell Selection Parameter
Parameter ID : CellBarAccess
Value Range : Yes, No
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : No
Description : Cell bar access
ZTE Cell Selection Parameter
Parameter ID : CellBarQualify
Value Range : Yes, No
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : No
Description : Cell bar qualify
ZTE Cell Selection Parameter
Cell Reselection
Forced Cell Reselection
Current serving cell is prohibited
Downlink of serving cell fail (DSC=0)
C1 is less than 0 continuously for several seconds (5)
The access times exceed the value of parameter
MSMAXRETRAN
Normal Cell Reselection
Cell reselection for cells in the same location area
C2(n) > C2 (S) for several seconds (5)
Cell reselection for cells in different location area
C2(n) > C2 (S) + CRH for several seconds (5)
Cell Reselection Process
Condition for cell reselection : C2 (neighbor) > C2 (source)

C2 = C1 + CRO TO*H(PT-T) when PT is not equal to 31
C2 = C1 CRO when PT is equal to 31

For neighbor cell :
H(PT-T) = 0 when PT-T < 0
H(PT-T) = 1 when PT-T >= 0
For serving cell :
H(PT-T) = 0

CRO : Cell Reselection Offset
TO : Temporary Offset, default value 0
PT : Penalty Time
Cell Reselection Parameter
MSMAXRETRAN
CRO (Cell Reselection Offset)
TO (Temporary Offset)
PT (Penalty Time)
PI (Cell Reselect Parameter Indication)
CRH (Cell Reselection Hysteresis)
Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : MSMAXRETRAN
Value Range : 1_Times, 2_Times, 4_Times, 7_Times
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : 4_Times
Description : Maximum number of Channel Request messages that
can be sent by an MS in an immediate assignment procedure.
After the MS initiates the immediate assignment procedure, it
always listens to the messages on the BCCH and all the common
control channels (CCCHs) in the CCCH group to which the MS
belongs. If the MS does not receive Immediate Assignment or
Immediate Assignment Extend messages, it retransmits Channel
Request messages at a specified interval.
If the downlink quality is poor, the MS may send SABM frames to
the BTS multiple times.
HUAWEI Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : CRO
Value Range : 0~126
Step : 2
Unit : dB
Default Value : 0
Description : Cell Reselect Offset (CRO), indicating a correction of the C2.
Proper setting of this parameter can reduce the number of handover
times, helpful for assigning an MS to a better cell. In a special case that the
PT is 31, the larger the CRO value is, the lower the possibility of handing
over an MS to the cell.
Generally, do not set the CRO to a value larger than 25 dB. The CRO with a
too large value will cause uncertain states in a network. The CRO values of
the cells with different priorities in a network are almost the same. Refer
to GSM Rec. 05.08 and GSM Rec. 04.08. The setting of this parameter
affects only the MSs supporting the protocol of GSM Phase 2 or a later
version.
HUAWEI Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : TO
Value Range : 0~7 (the corresponding value is 0~60dB, 7
corresponds to infinite)
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : 0
Description : Cell Reselect Temporary Offset (TO)
indicates the temporary correction of C2. This parameter
is valid only within the value specified by "Cell Reselect
Penalty Time". For details, see GSM Rec. 05.08 and 04.08.
This parameter applies to only GSM Phase II MSs.
HUAWEI Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : PT
Value Range : 20~620
Step : -
Unit : s
Default Value : 0
Description : Cell Reselect Penalty Time (PT) is used
to ensure the safety and validity of cell reselection
because it helps to avoid frequent cell reselection.
For details, see GSM Rec. 05.08 and 04.08.
HUAWEI Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : PI
Value Range : YES, NO
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : YES
Description : Sent on the broadcast channel,
indicates whether CRO, TO and PT are used
HUAWEI Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : CRH
Value Range : 0~14
Step : 2
Unit : dB
Default Value : 6
Description : Cell reselection hysteresis. This is one of
the parameters used for deciding whether to reselect
cells in different location areas. This parameter can
avoid the increase of network signaling traffic due to
frequent location update and reduce the risk of
losing paging messages.
HUAWEI Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : maxNumberRetransmission
Value Range : 1 (1), 2 (2), 4 (4), 7 (7)
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : 4
Description : With this parameter you define the
maximum number of retransmissions on the RACH
(random access channel) that the MS can perform.
NSN Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : cellReselectOffset
Value Range : 0..126
Step : 2
Unit : dB
Default Value : 0
Description : With this parameter you define the
offset of the C2 reselection criterion for a cell.
Formula : UI_value / 2
NSN Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : temporaryOffset
Value Range : 0..70
Step : 10
Unit : dB
Default Value : 0
Description : With this parameter you define the negative
offset of the C2 reselection criterion for the duration of
the penalty time (PET) after the MS has placed the cell on
the list of the strongest carriers. The parameter can be
changed in 10 dB steps. Value 70 dB means infinity.
Formula : UI_value / 10
NSN Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : penaltyTime
Value Range : 20..640
Step : 20
Unit : s
Default Value : 20
Description : With this parameter you define the
duration for which the temporary offset (TEO) applies.
The parameter can be changed in steps of 20 s. Value 640
s indicates that the sign of the cell reselect offset (REO)
parameter will be changed and the temporary offset
(TEO) parameter will be ignored.
Formula : (UI_value - 20) / 20
NSN Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : cellReselectHysteresis
Value Range : 0..14
Step : 2
Unit : dB
Default Value : 4
Description : With this parameter you define the
received RF power level hysteresis for required cell
reselection.
Formula : UI_value / 2
NSN Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : MAXRET
Value Range : 1,2,4,7
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : 4
Description : Maximum retransmissions. Defines
maxi number of retreansmissions an MS may do
when accessing the system on RACH.
Ericsson Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : CRO
Value Range : 0 to 63 (multiply with 2 dB)
Step : -
Unit : dB
Default Value : -
Description : Cell Reselection Offset. Defines an
offset to encourage or discourage MSs to select the
cell while it is camping on another cell, i.e. perform a
cell reselection.
Ericsson Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : TO
Value Range : 0 to 7
Step : -
Unit : x10 dB
Default Value : 0
Description : Temporary Offset. Defines a negative
offset applied to CRO during PT (below). The setting
of this parameter only affects GSM phase 2 MSs.
Ericsson Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : PT
Value Range : 0 to 31
Step : -
Unit : nx20 Seconds
Default Value : 0
Description : Penalty Time. Defines duration for
which TO is applied. The setting of this parameter
only affects GSM phase 2 MSs.
Ericsson Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : CRH
Value Range : 0 to 14
Step : 2
Unit : dB
Default Value : 14
Description : Cell Reselection Hysteresis. Receiving
signal strength (rxlev) hysteresis for required cell re-
selection over location area border.
Ericsson Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : MaxRetrans
Value Range : 1, 2, 4, 7
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : 4
Description : MAX Times of Attempt
ZTE Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : ReselOffset
Value Range :
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value :
Description :
ZTE Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : TemporaryOffset
Value Range :
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value :
Description :
ZTE Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : PenaltyTime
Value Range :
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value :
Description :
ZTE Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : ReselHysteresis
Value Range : 0-14
Step : 2
Unit : dB
Default Value : 14
Description : Cell reselecting hysteresis level
ZTE Cell Reselection Parameter
Parameter ID : CellReselPI
Value Range : yes/no
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : yes
Description : Cell reselection parameter indication
ZTE Cell Reselection Parameter
Hand Over
To keep a continuous communication with a moving
MS
To improve network service performance
To reduce the call drop rate
To reduce the congestion rate
Purposes of HO
MS goes into dedicated mode
Measure and measurement result report
Measurement report preprocessing
Handover judgment
Handover implementation
MS goes into new dedicated mode
HO Process
Emergency HO
No DL MR Emergency HO
Timing Advance (TA) HO
Interference HO
Rx Level Drop HO N
Bad Quality (BQ) HO N
Enhanced Dual Band HO
Load HO N
Normal HO
EDGE HO
PBGT HO N
Layer HO N
MS Fast Moving HO N
Concentric Cell HO
AMR HO
Classification HO by Reason
Parameter ID : NODLMRHOEN
Value Range : NO, YES
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : NO
Description : Whether to enable the no-downlink
measurement report handover algorithm
HUAWEI HO Parameter
Parameter ID : NODLMRHOQUALLIMIT
Value Range : 0~70
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : 50
Description : When a certain number of no-downlink
measurement reports are received consecutively and the
uplink receive quality is no smaller than this parameter,
no-downlink measurement report emergency handovers
are triggered. No-downlink measurement report
emergency handovers choose the inter-cell handover
mode preferentially; however, if no candidate cells are
available and intra-cell handover is enabled in the
current cell, intra-cell handovers are triggered.
HUAWEI HO Parameter
Parameter ID : NODLMRHOALLOWLIMIT
Value Range : 0~64
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : 8
Description : Decisions of no-downlink measurement
report handovers can be made only when the
number of consecutive no-downlink measurement
reports in the current call is no larger than this
parameter.
HUAWEI HO Parameter
Parameter ID : TAHOEN
Value Range : NO, YES
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : YES
Description : Whether to enable the time advance (TA)
handover. The TA handover determines whether the
timing advance (TA) is higher than the predefined TA
threshold. When the TA is higher than the predefined TA
threshold, a TA handover is triggered. The TA is calculated
based on the distance between the MS and the BTS. The
longer the distance is, the greater the TA value is.
HUAWEI HO Parameter
Parameter ID : TALIMIT
Value Range : 0~255
Step : -
Unit : bit
Default Value : 255
Description : An emergency handover is triggered
when TA is greater than or equal to the value of this
parameter.
HUAWEI HO Parameter
Parameter ID : BQHOEN
Value Range : NO, YES
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : YES
Description : Whether to enable the bad quality (BQ)
handover algorithm. Whether to trigger BQ handover
depends on the uplink and downlink transmit quality
(measured by using BER). If the uplink or downlink BQ
exceeds the BQ handover threshold, emergency BQ
handover is triggered. The possible causes of BER
increase (or quality degradation) include too low signal
power and channel interference.
HUAWEI HO Parameter
Parameter ID : ULQUALIMIT
Value Range : 0~70
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : 55
Description : An emergency handover due to bad
quality is triggered when the uplink receive quality is
not smaller than "UL Qual. Threshold".
HUAWEI HO Parameter
Parameter ID : DLQUALIMIT
Value Range : 0~70
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : 55
Description : Limit to the downlink receive signal quality
during emergency handovers. The value of this
parameter equals any of the quality levels 0 through 7
multiplied by 10. Emergency handovers can be triggered
only when the downlink receive signal quality of an MS is
higher than or equal to the value of this parameter (the
downlink receive signal quality is poor).
HUAWEI HO Parameter
Parameter ID : INTERCELLHYST
Value Range : -64~63
Step : -
Unit : dB
Default Value : In densely populated urban areas, the
recommended value is 68; in the suburbs, the
recommended value is 72.
Description : Hysteresis value during the handovers
between cells, This value is used to suppress ping-
pong handovers between cells. The actual value of
this parameter is equal to the GUI value minus 64.
HUAWEI HO Parameter
Parameter ID : BQMARGIN
Value Range : -64~63
Step : -
Unit : dB
Default Value : 69
Description : Difference between the downlink receive
level of the serving cell and that of a neighboring cell
during bad quality handovers. This parameter is used to
calculate the bad quality handover hysteresis based on
the following formula:
Bad quality handover hysteresis = Value of
"INTERCELLHYST" -Value of this parameter
HUAWEI HO Parameter
Parameter ID : SYSFLOWLEV
Value Range : 0, 8~11
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : 10
Description : System flux thresholds correspond to the system flux obtained based on message packets, CPU load,
and FID queuing load. The system flux level is the current flux control level of the system.
0-11: There are 12 flow control levels. Where, 0 indicates the lowest level and 11 indicates the highest level.
A load handover is allowed only when the system flux is lower than the value of this parameter. The handover
performed over the maximum threshold may have tremendous impacts on the system. Thus, this parameter
should not be set to a higher value. 1) The flow control level algorithm for the assigned system messages:
[(Average Message Usage - Inner Flow Control Discard Begin Threshold)/(Inner Flow Control Discard All Threshold -
Inner Flow Control Discard Begin Threshold) x 100]/10+1 (round-down for division operation). If the value is
smaller than Inner Flow Control Discard Begin Threshold, Level 0 is used. If the value is equal to or greater than
Inner Flow Control Discard Begin Threshold, the level is calculated. The value range is from 0 to 11.
2) Flow control threshold for the CPU to start to discard the channel access messages and paging messages: 80%
. Flow control threshold for the CPU to discard all channel access messages and paging messages: 100%
. CPU usage smaller than 80% corresponds to level 0. CPU usage equal to or greater than CPU flow control
threshold 80% corresponds to level 2. An increase of 5% means an increase of 2 levels. Level 10 is the highest. The
level value can be 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10.
HUAWEI HO Parameter
Parameter ID : LoadAccThres
Value Range : 0~100
Step : -
Unit : %
Default Value : 80
Description : If the load of a cell is lower than the
value of this parameter, the cell can admit the users
handed over from other cells with higher load.
Otherwise, the cell rejects such users.
HUAWEI HO Parameter
Parameter ID : LOADHOPERIOD
Value Range : 1~255
Step : -
Unit : s
Default Value : If "Current HO Control Algorithm" in "SET
GCELLHOBASIC" is set to HOALGORITHM1, the recommended value
of this parameter is 10. If "Current HO Control Algorithm" in "SET
GCELLHOBASIC" is set to HOALGORITHM2, the recommended value
of this parameter is 5.
Description : When the load of a cell reaches or exceeds "Load HO
Threshold", all the calls that are using this cell as the serving cell
generate handover requests at the same time, which will suddenly
increase the load of the processor. Under some circumstances,
congestion occurs in the cell, which will result in call drop. To solve
this problem, the BSC uses the hierarchical load handover algorithm
to control the number of users included in each level of handovers.
This parameter indicates the duration of each handover level.
HUAWEI HO Parameter
Parameter ID : TRIGTHRES
Value Range : 0~100
Step : -
Unit : %
Default Value : 90
Description : The load handover is triggered when
the traffic load in a cell is greater than the value of
this parameter.
HUAWEI HO Parameter
Parameter ID : LOADOFFSET
Value Range : 0~63
Step : -
Unit : dB
Default Value : If "Current HO Control Algorithm" in "SET GCELLHOBASIC"
is set to HOALGORITHM1, the recommended value of this parameter is 25.
If "Current HO Control Algorithm" in "SET GCELLHOBASIC" is set to
HOALGORITHM2, the recommended value of this parameter is 8.
Description : In the handover algorithm of the first generation, load
handovers can be performed only when the receive level of the current
serving cell is in the range "Edge HO DL RX_LEV Threshold" to "Edge HO DL
RX_LEV Threshold" + "Load HO Bandwidth".
In the handover algorithm of the second generation, load handovers can
be performed only when the level difference between the neighboring cell
and the serving cell is between ("Inter-cell HO Hysteresis" - 64) - "Load HO
Bandwidth" and ("Inter-cell HO Hysteresis" - 64).
HUAWEI HO Parameter
Parameter ID : LOADHOSTEP
Value Range : 0~63
Step : -
Unit : dB
Default Value : If "Current HO Control Algorithm" in "SET
GCELLHOBASIC" is set to HOALGORITHM1, the recommended value
of this parameter is 5. If "Current HO Control Algorithm" in "SET
GCELLHOBASIC" is set to HOALGORITHM2, the recommended value
of this parameter is 2.
Description : In hierarchical load handovers, starting from "Edge HO
DL RX_LEV Threshold", a "Load HO Step Level" is added to the
upper handover threshold after every "Load HO Step Period". In
this way, all the calls in the current serving cell whose receive level
is in the range "Edge HO DL RX_LEV Threshold" to "Edge HO DL
RX_LEV Threshold" + "Load HO Bandwidth" are switched to other
cells.
HUAWEI HO Parameter
Parameter ID : ULEDGETHRES
Value Range : 0~63
Step : -
Unit : dB
Default Value : 10
Description : If the UL receive level remains lower
than the "Edge HO UL RX_LEV Threshold" for a
period, the edge handover is triggered.
HUAWEI HO Parameter
Parameter ID : DLEDGETHRES
Value Range : 0~63
Step : -
Unit : dB
Default Value : The recommended value is 20 when HUAWEI I
Handover is used; The recommended value is 15 when HUAWEI II
Handover is used.
Description : Threshold for triggering downlink edge handovers.
Edge handovers are triggered when the downlink receive level
remains lower than this threshold. If the PBGT handover algorithm
is enabled, this threshold can be decreased accordingly. If the PBGT
handover algorithm is disabled, over-coverage, co-and adjacent-
channel interference may occur when this threshold is set
improperly. In addition, to balance the receive levels on the uplink
and downlink, this threshold needs to be adjusted according to the
handover performance statistics and actual network performance.
HUAWEI HO Parameter
Parameter ID : hoPriorityLevel
Value Range : 0..7
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : 3.
Description : 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.
NSN HO Parameter
Parameter ID : hoLoadFactor
Value Range : 0..7
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : 1.
Description : 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.
NSN HO Parameter
Parameter ID : hoMarginPbgt
Value Range : -24..63
Step : -
Unit : dB
Default Value : 6.
Description : With this parameter you define a
threshold in the power budget process. The
handover margin prevents repeated handover
between adjacent cells.
NSN HO Parameter
Parameter ID : hoMarginLev
Value Range : -24..24
Step : -
Unit : dB
Default Value : 3.
Description : With this parameter you define a
threshold for a handover caused by signal level.
NSN HO Parameter
Parameter ID : hoMarginQual
Value Range : -24..24
Step : -
Unit : dB
Default Value : 0.
Description : With this parameter you define a
threshold for a handover caused by signal quality.
NSN HO Parameter
Parameter ID : rxLevMinCell
Value Range : -110..-47
Step : -
Unit : dB
Default Value : -100
Description : With this parameter you define the
minimum signal level of an adjacent cell, when a
handover is allowed to one of them.
NSN HO Parameter
Parameter ID : hoLevelUmbrella
Value Range : -110..-47
Step : -
Unit : dB
Default Value : -47
Description : With this parameter you define the
minimum signal level of an adjacent cell, when a
handover is allowed to an adjacent umbrella cell.
NSN HO Parameter
Parameter ID : fastMovingThreshold
Value Range : 0..255
Step : -
Unit : SACCH frames
Default Value : 0
Description : 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.
NSN HO Parameter
Parameter ID : adjCellLayer
Value Range : 0 (Not Used), 1 (Same Layer), 2 (Upper Layer), 3 (Lower Layer)
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : 0
Description : 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.
NOTE:
MML range:
N ... ADJACENT CELL LAYER IS NOT IN USE
SAME ... IN THE SAME LAYER WITH THE SERVING CELL
UPPER ... IN A HIGHER LAYER THAN THE SERVING CELL
LOWER ... IN A LOWER LAYER THAN THE SERVING CELL
NSN HO Parameter
Parameter ID : CLSSTATE
Value Range : ACTIVE, INACTIVE
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : ACTIVE
Description : Cell load sharing active/inactive for an
individual cell. For CLSSTATE activation to have effect,
LSSTATE must be activated.
Ericsson HO Parameter
Parameter ID : CLSLEVEL
Value Range : 0 to 99
Step : -
Unit : %
Default Value : 20
Description : Percentage of available full rate capable
traffic channels at which or below which Cell load
sharing evaluations are initiated. The value of
CLSLEVEL must be less than the value of CLSACC.
Ericsson HO Parameter
Parameter ID : CLSACC
Value Range : 1 to 100
Step : -
Unit : %
Default Value : 40
Description : Percentage of available full rate capable
traffic channels, in a target cell, at or below which no
handovers due to Cell Load Sharing will be accepted.
Note: * - this setting is for macro and street cells
only. No CLS is activated at indoor cell.
Ericsson HO Parameter
Parameter ID : CLSRAMP
Value Range : 0 to 30
Step : -
Unit : s
Default Value : 8
Description : Cell load sharing ramping time
parameter. The interval during which the value of
RHYST is ramped up from zero to the final value.
Ericsson HO Parameter
Parameter ID : HOCLSACC
Value Range : ON, OFF
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : ON
Description : Handover due to Cell load sharing
accepted to this cell.
Ericsson HO Parameter
Parameter ID : RHYST
Value Range : 0 to 100
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : 100
Description : Hysteresis reduction parameter.
Determines how much the hysteresis values can be
reduced in the Cell load sharing evaluation.
Ericsson HO Parameter
Parameter ID : CLSTIMEINTERVAL
Value Range : 100 to 1000
Step : -
Unit : ms
Default Value : 100
Description : a BSC parameter determines the cycle
time for load monitoring
Ericsson HO Parameter
Parameter ID : EBANDSINCLUDED
Value Range : ON, OFF
Step : -
Unit : -
Default Value : OFF
Description : a BSC parameter to include or exclude
E-GSM cell
Ericsson HO Parameter
Other Parameter
Parameter ID : RLT
Value Range : 4-64
Step : 4
Unit : SACCH period (480ms)
Default Value : 52
Description : Time for disconnecting a call when the MS fails to
decode the SACCH. Once a dedicated channel is assigned to the MS,
the counter S is enabled and the initial value is set to this parameter
value.
Each time an SACCH message is not decoded, the counter S
decreases by 1. Each time an SACCH message is correctly decoded,
the counter S increases by 2. When the counter S is equal to 0, the
downlink radio link is considered as failed. Therefore, when the
voice or data quality is degraded to an unacceptable situation and it
cannot be improved through power control or channel handover,
the connection is to be re-established or released.
Parameter Optim