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RG10(BSS), operating documentation, issue 03

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Abis mediation of BTSplus parameters/attributes towards the FlexiBSC product family

DN0933381

BTSplus basic commands at Flexi BSC product family

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BR MOC

BR PARAMETER

RANGE

MEDIATION

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER

BTSM (BCF)
BTSM EXPSWV Cli long: expectedSwVersion Abis: swLoadCurrentVersion Expected SW version, this parameter determines the SW version which should be loaded and running in the BTSE from the BSC's point of view. This SW load must be available and loaded in the BTSE. If during the alignment between BSC and BTS a different SW version than the expected one is detected, the expected SW load is immediately activated if it is available on the BTSE flash EPROMs. If it is not available an automatic download of this SW version from the BSC to the BTSE is initiated SALUNAME Cli long: salesUniqueName Abis: salesUniqueName (on Abis is sent for BTSE obj) This attribute defines every Network Element by its unique name. When it appears in the BTSM and TRAU commands, it is used during the network element alignment phase to verify its identity. TEI (initial TEI) Cli long: tei (BTSM) Abis: TEI (BTSM) This attribute contains the Terminal Endpoint Identifier used in the layer2 addressing on the AbisInterface for the logical O&M (LPDLM). FLAPDOVLTH Cli long: firstLapdOverloadThreshold Abis: lapdOverloadThresholds (3rd-4th-5th-byte) indicates the first load level thresholds (in percentage) of the LAPD transmission usage. It consists of 3 fields: 1. "firstLevelUpperThreshold" if the usage of the LAPD capacity exceeds this threshold the BTSE suspends sending Measurement Result messages. 2. "firstLevelLowerThreshold" if the usage of the LAPD capacity drops below this threshold the BTSE resumes sending Measurement Result messages. 3. "firstLevelReductionStep" when the usage of the LAPD capacity exceeds the lower threshold the reduction of Measurement Results of this percentage is done. 26..26 characters string NO_DEFAULT The same value used as the before migration NONE

BTSM

range: alphanumeric string (11 characters) in quotation marks default: NOT_DEFINED

The same value used as the before migration

NONE

BTSM

range: 0...63 default: NO_DEFAULT

Mapped fixed to 1

NONE

BTSM

LAPD OVERLOAD format: firstLevelUpperThreshold firstLevelLowerThreshold firstLevelReductionStep unit: 1% range: 10..100 default: firstLevelUpperThreshold: 80 firstLevelLowerThreshold: 60 firstLevelReductionStep: 10

Set fixed to default (80-60-10)

NONE

BTSM

SLAPDOVLTH Cli long: secondLapdOverloadThreshold Abis: lapdOverloadThresholds (6th-7th-byte)

format: secondLevelUpperThreshold Set fixed to default (90-80) secondLevelLowerThreshold unit: 1% range: 10..100 default: secondLevelUpperThreshold: 90 secondLevelLowerThreshold: 80

NONE

BTSM

LAPDOVLT Cli long: lapdOverloadTimer Abis: lapdOverloadTimer (3rd byte) LAPDOVLT0 Cli long: lapdOverloadTimer0 Abis: lapdOverloadTimer (4th byte)

unit: 1s range: 1..60 default: 1 unit: 1s range: 0.5 .. 10.0 <NULL> default: 1 EMERGENCY TIMERS

Set fixed to default (1)

NONE

BTSM

Set fixed to default (1)

NONE

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BR MOC BTSM

BR PARAMETER unit: 1min EMT1 range: 0 1400 Cli long: emergencyTimer1 default: 10 Abis: emergencyTimer1 This attribute indicates the delay for the transition to the emergency configuration in case of breakdown of the BTSE primary voltage supply if a battery backup is available in the BTSE itself. The transition includes the powerdown of TRX related equipment.

RANGE

MEDIATION

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC BCF

CONVERTION in EXPORTER bcchTrxBatbuTimer= MIN (INT ([BTSM].EMT1 / 2), 600) * 6000

NONE (the attribute is not sent onto Abis and is BSC bcchTrxBatbuTimer specific only. In the BTS the default value is stored BCCH TRX Shutdown Timer but not used) Range and step 0...600 min, step 1 min Default value 0 min With this parameter you define the time period after which shutdown group 0 TRXs are powered down. The time begins after the TRX Shutdown Timer1 has expired. Parameter is valid if BTS Battery Backup Procedure parameter has value Transmission and BCCH Alive (1) or Transmission Alive (2). Also BCCH TRXs are powered down when battery backup procedure parameter has value Transmission Alive (2)

BTSM

unit: 1min EMT2 range: 0 1400 Cli long: emergencyTimer2 default:0 Abis: emergencyTimer2 This attribute indicates the delay for the transition to the zero carrier configuration in case of breakdown of the BTSE primary voltage supply if a battery backup is available in the BTSE itself. The value 0 means the EMT2 is not valid, i.e. the BTSE will not switch to a zero carrier configuration. LAPD INTERRUPTION

NONE

BCF normTrxBatbuTimer normTrxBatbuTimer2 normTrxBatbuTimer3 defines the time period after which shutdown of different group of TRXs are powered down

normTrxBatbuTimer= normTrxBatbuTimer2 +50 normTrxBatbuTimer2 = MAX (50, MIN (INT ([BTSM]EMT2/ 2), 550)) * 6000 normTrxBatbuTimer3 = normTrxBatbuTimer2 -50

BTSM

OMLAPDRT Cli long: omLapdRelTimer Abis: omLAPDRelTimer SHLAPDIT Cli long: shortLapdIntTimer Abis: shortLAPDIntTimer

unit: 1s range: 3-300 default: 30 unit: 1s range: 3-20 default: 15 LPDLM realized via satellite link

Set fixed to 40

NONE

BTSM

Set fixed to default (15)

NONE

BTSM

LPDLMSAT Cli long: lapdmLinkSatellited Abis: lapdmLinkSatellited

range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE Enable Inter-Site Synchronization

NONE

NONE

BTSM

EINTSITSYN Cli long: enableInterSiteSync Abis: enableInterSiteSync BURNOFFS Cli long: burstNumberOffset Abis: burstNumberOffset (on BTS) FRANOFFS Cli long: frameNumberOffset Abis: frameNumberOffset (on BTS)

range: TRUE, FALSE, <NULL> default: FALSE range: 0..7, <NULL> default: 0 range: 0.. 255 default: 0 CLI ATTRIBUTES NOT SENT ON ABIS unit: 1 % range: 0..100 default: 40 unit: 1 % range: 0..100 default: 60 range: format: Minor Major Critical range: Disabled(0) - Enabled (1..100) default: Enabled(30)- Enabled(60)Enabled(90)

Set fixed to default: FALSE (feature not relevant for migration) Set fixed to default (0)

NONE

BTS

NONE

BTS

Set fixed to default (0)

NONE

BTSM

ABISFRACTTHR Cli long: abisFullRateActivationThreshold Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS ABISHRACTTHR Cli long: abisHalfRateActivationThreshold Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS ABISMONTH Cli long: abisMonitorThreshold Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE

NONE

BTSM

NONE

NONE

BTSM

NONE

NONE

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BR MOC BTSM

BR PARAMETER ABISTRFHITHR Cli long: abisTrafficHighThreshold Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS ABISTRFLTHR Cli long: abisTrafficLowThreshold Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS APN Cli long: applicationProcessorNumber Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS GASTRABISTH Cli long: gprsAllocationStrategyAbisThresholds Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS unit: 1% range: 50..100 default: 90 unit: 1% range: 0.. 85 default: 70

RANGE NONE

MEDIATION

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

BTSM

NONE

NONE

BTSM

range: APM_0; APD_1.APD_5; default: APM_0 format: thresholdAbisHV thresholdAbisVH thresholdIdleAbisSU thresholdIdleAbisRU unit: 1% range: 0..100 default: thresholdAbisHV: 10 thresholdAbisVH: 20 thresholdIdleAbisSU: 0 thresholdIdleAbisRU: 10 format: pcmbNumber0 portNumber0/1/2 value format: pcmbNumber0/1/2: PCMB_nnn portNumber0/1/2: PORT_m default: <NULL> ABIS ATTRIBUTES COMING FROM OTHER CLI OBJECTS Enable Standby TRX range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE ASCI group call range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

NONE

NONE

BTSM

NONE

NONE

BTSM

PCMCON<n> n:02 Cli long: pcmConnection<n> Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE

NONE

BSC

ESTDBYTRX Cli long: enableStandbyTRX Abis: enableStandbyTRX (on BTSM) EEPTT Cli long: enableEPTT Abis: ePTTAccessType

Set fixed to default: FALSE (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

BSC

Set fixed to default: FALSE (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

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BR MOC BSC

BR PARAMETER NOTFACCH Cli long: notificationOnFACCH Abis: notificationOnFACCH

RANGE

MEDIATION

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

Set fixed to NOSUPP (feature not relevant for range: migration) 1. ALWAYS 2. HIGHEQ4 3. HIGHEQ3 4. HIGHEQ2 5. HIGHEQ1 6. HIGHEQ0 7. HIGHEQB 8. EQA 9. NOSUPP default: HIGHEQB NOTIF_on_FACCH sent when: 0x00 - ALWAYS (always sent) 0x01 - HIGHEQ4 (for calls with prio >=4) 0x02 - HIGHEQ3 (for calls with prio >=3) 0x03 HIGHEQ2 (for calls with prio >=2) 0x04 HIGHEQ1 (for calls with prio >=1) 0x05 HIGHEQ0 (for calls with prio >=0) 0x06 HIGHEQB (for calls with prio >=B) 0x07 - EQA (for calls with prio = A) 0xFF NOSUPP

TRX
TRX DynamicPoolInfo Cli long: DynamicPoolInfo Abis: DynamicPoolInfo This new BR attribute structured as - port (PCM Id) - startTsl - endTsl range: port: 0..7 startTsl: 1..31, 255 endTsl: 1..31, 255 default: - port: 0xFF - startTsl : 0xFF - endTsl : 0xFF NONE (parameters not sent on Abis) NONE New parameter in BSxx NONE

TRX

BASIC: range: 0..7 LPDLMN default: NO_DEFAULT Cli long: lapdmNumber Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS This parameter indicates the "primary" position (pcmb number and TS LAPD number) of the LPDLR links. This "primary" position identifies the physical LAPD link (LPDLM) which the LPDLR link created is mapped to.

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BR MOC TRX

BR PARAMETER TRXFREQ Cli long: carrierFrequency Abis: aRFCNList This attribute is used to assign a constant radio frequency to a transceiver. Rules: if SYSID = BB900 then 1 =< frequency =< 124 if SYSID = EXT900 then 0 =< frequency =< 124 975 =< frequency =< 1023 if SYSID = DCS1800 then 512 =< frequency =< 885 if SYSID = GSMR then 955 =< frequency =< 974 if SYSID = PCS1900 then 512 =< frequency =< 810 In case of EXT900 the extended band (frequencies 0, 975...1023) can be used only for the traffic purposes and for phase 2 mobile, no interaction between the two bands (base and extended) is foreseen and the base band can be used also by phase 1 mobile.

RANGE range: BCCHFREQ CALLF01 CALLF02 ... CALLF63 cCallF01 cCallF02 ... cCallF63 default: NO_DEFAULT

MEDIATION

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC TRX

CONVERTION in EXPORTER use the value of [BTS] (BCCHFREQ | CALLFnn) depending of the setting of ([TRX] TRXFREQ

MAP to existing BSS parameter (check adjacent cell initialFrequency parameters if the TRX is a BCCH TRX) With this parameter you assign the ARFCN (absolute radio frequency number) to the transceiver. NOTE! Check adjacent cell parameters if the TRX is a BCCH TRX. Frequency must be unique within the BTS. Range and step 0...1023, step 1 Range: GSM 800: 128 .. 251 GSM 900: 1..124 and 975..1023, 0 GSM 1800: 512..885 GSM 1900: 512..810 Default value -

LPDLM

ABISCH Cli long: abisChannel (LPDLM) Abis: abisChannel (TRX) This attribute identifies the PCM slot allocated for the LapD signalling link, for O&M messages, at the Abis interface. When this parameter is used with LPDLR object, it identifies the physical lapd_link (LPDLM) which the LPDLR created is mapped to. The slot can be configured as a 64 kbit/s timeslot (the subslot field is skipped), or as a 16 kbit/s timeslot (the subslot field is to be configured).

range: PcmbNumber 0 - 669 Tsl 1 - 31 (for PCM30 line) 1..24 (for PCM24 line) Ssl 0 - 3 default: NO_DEFAULT

Map to existing BSS parameter (pcmtsl)

Derived from BR available STSLB pool (flexible Abis allocation) (e.g. CREATE SUBTSLB: NAME=PCMB:6/TSLB:1/SUBTS

LB:1,ASSLAPD=BTSM:35/LPD LM:1;) and from control file for PCM mapping (related BTSM sourceObject)

BTS

HOPP Cli long: enableHopping Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS HOPMODE Cli long: hoppingMode Abis: hoppingMode

Frequency hopping / DMA Th t ll range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE range: BBHOP SYNHOP default: BBHOP

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

Map to existing BSS parameter

hoppingMode range: BB (baseband hopping is used) RF (radio frequency hopping is used) N (hopping is not used) default: N

BTS

[BTS].HOPMODE: BBHOP 1 SYNHOP 2


NONE

CBTS

ENDMA Cli long: enableDMA Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS CCALLF<nn> (<nn> from 01 to 63). Cli long: commonCellAllocationF<nn> Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for migration)

CBTS

NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for range: 0..1023 migration) SYSID=BB900: 1..124 SYSID=EXT900: 0..124, 975..1023 SYSID=DCS1800: 512..885 SYSID=GSM850: 128..251 SYSID=GSM850PCS: 128..251, 512..885 SYSID=GSM850DCS: 128..251, 512..810 SYSID=GSMR: 955..974 SYSID=PCS1900: 512..810 default: NO_DEFAULT

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BR MOC FHSY CFHSY

BR PARAMETER MOBALLOC CMOBALLOC Cli long: mobileAllocation (FHSY) commonMobileAllocation (CFHSY) Abis: aRFCNList (CHAN)

RANGE range: BCCHFREQ CALLF01 CALLF02 ... CALLF63 default: NO_DEFAULT range: cCallF01 cCallF02 ... cCallF63 default: NO_DEFAULT range: 0 - 63 default: NO_DEFAULT

MEDIATION retrieved from IE 'FU radio definition' in BTS_CONF_DATA

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER frequency=moballoc

FHSY CFHSY

HSN Cli long: hoppingSequenceNumber (FHSY/ CFHSY) Abis: hoppingSequenceNumber (CHAN) SUBBAND Cli long: subordinateBand Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

retrieved from IE 'FU radio definition' in BTS_CONF_DATA

NONE (hopping configuration is not convertible by the Exporter)

CFHSY

range:

GSM850, PCS1900, DCS1800, BB900, EB900

NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

TRX

FHSYID Cli long: frequencyHoppingID Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

range: CFHSY_0..CFHSY_1, FHSY_0..FHSY_10, <NULL> default: <NULL> range: FHYS_0..FHSY_10, <NULL> default: 0 = no hopping range: 0 - 63 <NULL> default: NO_DEFAULT HAND range: 0..9 (0dB - 18dB) (2 dB step size) default: 6

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

CHAN

FHSYID Cli long: frequencyHoppingID Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS MAIO Cli long: maio Abis: mAIO

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

TRX CHAN

retrieved from IE 'FU radio definition' in BTS_CONF_DATA which contains the HSN and MAIO

channel0Maio = MAIO

TRX

PWRRED Cli long: txPwrMaxReduction Abis: txPwrMaxReduction This attribute specifies the number of 2 dB steps the TX power should be reduced from the maximum transmit power, for tuning the cell coverage..

Map to existing BSS parameter (bsTxPwrMax bsTxPwrMax1x00)

POC bsTxPwrMax bsTxPwrMax1x00 To identify the maximum transmission power of the BTS as an attenuation from the peak power of the TRX: bsTxPwrMax (BS Tx Pwr Max) used bands GSM 800 and GSM 900 Range and step 0...30, step 2 Default value 0 bsTxPwrMax1x00 (BS TX Pwr Max1x00) used bands GSM 1800 and GSM 1900 Range and step 0...30 dB, step 2 dB Default value 0 dB

bsTxPwrMax = Take the most common used value of [TRX] PWRRED / (9 / 15)) bsTxPwrMax1x00 =Take the most common used value of [TRX] PWRRED / (9 / 15))

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BR MOC BTS

BR PARAMETER PWROUT Cli long: powerOutputThresholds Abis: powerOutputThresholds (on BTS) This attribute defines the three power output thresholds: - oPwrFaultThreshold: defines the minimal output power level "transmitter-fault" which results in generating an alarm to the CCTRL. - redOutPwrThreshold: defines the power level when a warning is generated. - excesOutPwrThresh: defines the power level when a major alarm is generated due to too much power level at the PAoutput.

RANGE range: oPwrFaultThreshold m10db m8db redOutPwrThreshold m10db m8db m6db m4db excesOutPwrThresh db3 db5 default: M10DB- MDB6- DB5

MEDIATION Set it fixed to default (M10DB- MDB6- DB5)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

TRX

HAND and Radio measurement: range: OFF / ON RADIOMR default: OFF Cli long: radioMeasRep Abis: radioMeasRep This parameter specifies whether the radio measurements have to be transmitted on the A-bis interface. RADIOMG Cli long: radioMeasGran Abis: radioMeasGran This attribute specifies the granularity in which the radio measurements have to be transmitted on the A-bis interface in case they are enabled. 1 - 254 (1 SACCH multiframes step size) default: 254

Map to new BSS parameter (intervalMeasReportSending)

sdcchMeasReportSending - defines whether or not the BTS SDCCH radio measurements have to be transmitted on the A-bis interface. Parameter is valid only for BTSplus.

NONE

TRX

Map to new BSS parameter (intervalMeasReportSending)

intervalMeasReportSending - specifies the granularity in BTS which the radio measurements have to be transmitted on the A-bis interface in case they are enabled (e.g 8 = 1/8). Parameter is valid only for BTSplus site type

NONE

TRx

TRXMD Cli long: trxMode Abis: trxMode This parameter states if TRX should be associated to a board with EDGE capabilities. TRXAREA Cli long: trxArea Abis: trxArea The attribute specifies whether a TRX belongs to a concentric cell and to which area it belongs.

TRX EDGE / (ECU): range: GSM, EDGE default: GSM

TRXMD = EDGE if for this TRX also a EDAP pool is defined

NONE

TRX

Concentric Cell: range: NONE INNER COMPLETE default: NONE

if (BTS CELLTYP = STDCELL) { if (BTS is a dualBand) { for all TRX belong to the BCCH layer : TRXAREA = COMPLETE for all TRX different layer : TRXAREA = INNER } else {if for all TRX same SEGID (trxFrequencyType) = 0 {TRXAREA = NONE} else if (trxFrequencyType) = 0 (default) TRXAREA=COMPLETE else TRXAREA = INNER }} Set it fixed to default (TRUE)

TRX trxFrequencyType defines the type of the TRX's radio frequency used with the optional Intelligent Underlay-Overlay feature. Values from 1 to 16 indicate that the radio frequency is superreused. They also show the number of a super-reuse frequency group where the super-reused frequency belongs. If the type of radio frequency is regular, the value is 0. Range and step 0...16, step 1 Default value 0

if TRXAREA =INNER then trxFrequencyType=1; otherwise 0

TRX

MOEC Cli long: memberOfEmergencyConfig Abis: memberOfEmergencyConfig The attribute specifies whether a TRX belongs to the emergency configuration or not. If this feature is used, the value TRUE should be used at least for the BCCH-TRX.

Emergency Configuration range: TRUE, FALSE default: TRUE

NONE

Service Dependent Channel Allocation: TRX LAYERID Cli long: layerIdentifier Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS This parameter specifies the group of radio resources to which the TRX belongs. object: TRX range: LY_00, LY01..LY11 default: LY_00 NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for migration) NONE

USF granularity,:

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BR MOC TRX

BR PARAMETER USFGRAN Cli long: uSFGranularity Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS USF granularity, this parameter defines if USF granularity 1 is supported or not.

RANGE range: ENABLED, DISABLED default: DISABLED

MEDIATION NONE (transparent for BTS)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE (Exporter does not convert PS related parameters)

TRX

interference analysis mode: d t l range:i TRUE, FALSEi t f ETESTMOD default: FALSE Cli long: enableTestMode Abis: enableTestMode With this attribute the interference analysis mode can be enabled. This is only possible for non BCCH transceivers in "locked" state. If the mode is enabled (value="True"), the transceiver sends dummy bursts on all time slots with the frequency dlTestFrequency and the output power reduced by testPowerReduction. The value can be only set to true if dlTestFrequency and testPowerReductions have values different from NULL. All other transceiver attributes are meaningless in analysis mode. If the analysis mode is disabled (value="FALSE"), the attributes for normal operation apply and the attributes dlTestFrequency and testPowerReduction are meaningless instead.

bl

i it li k Set d fixed to default (FALSE)

NONE

TRX

DLTESTFREQ Cli long: downlinkTestFrequency Abis: dltestFrequency This attribute defines the transmit frequency (ARFCN value) if the downlink interference analysis mode is enabled. TESTPWRRED Cli long: testPowerReduction Abis: testPowerReduction This attribute defines the output power reduction if the transceiver test mode is activated. Its value is adapted to the static power reduction range. The default value means that the testPowerReduction is not set and as a consequence the test mode can not be enabled.

range: 128..251 (GSM850) 512..810 (PCS1900), <NULL> default: <NULL> range: 0-9 <NULL> default: <NULL>

Set it fixed to default (NULL)

NONE

TRX

Set it fixed to default (NULL)

NONE

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BR MOC

BR PARAMETER

RANGE

MEDIATION

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER

CHAN
CHAN CHTYPE Cli long: channelCombination Abis: channelCombination This attribute defines the logical channel combination mapped onto the physical channel (timeslot). range: 1. TCHFULL 2. SDCCH 3. MAINBCCH 4. MBCCHC 5. CCCH 6. SCBCH 7. BCBCH 8. TCHF_HLF 9. TCHSD NO_DEFAULT Mapped to existing BSS parameter (channel<n>Type) according to the mapping table channel<n>Type Range and step TCHF (0), TCHH (1), TCHD (2), SDCCH (3), MBCCH (4), MBCCHC (5), MBCCB (7), Not allowed in CH0 (8), Not In Use (9), ERACH (10), Not allowed in CH0 (13), EGTCH (14), Not allowed in CH0 (15) Default value TCHF (0) With this parameter you define the logical channel combination that has to be mapped onto the basic physical channel CHAN range: TRUE, FALSE EXTMODE default: FALSE Cli long: extendedMode Abis: extendedMode The attribute defines, in case of extended cell, if the channel will be used in extended mode or not. range: TRUE, FALSE EEOTD default: FALSE Cli long: enableEOTD Abis: enableEOTD (on BTS) Enable equal TSC to BCC, this parameter represents the flag to enable the setting of the TSC (Training Sequence Code) equal to the BCC (Base Station Color Code) for all channels belonging to the BCCH TRX TSC Cli long: trainingSequenceCode Abis: tSC Specifies the Training Sequence Code of a radio channel. If TSC is not set the training sequence code is taken from the BCC of the BSIC attribute in the BTS command. CHPOOLTYP Cli long: channelPoolType Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS This parameter defines the pool type. Training Sequence Code range: 0-7 <NULL> default: BCC value of BSIC attribute in BTS NONE (parameters removed for migration) NONE (all parameters related to extended cells must be set according to existing configuration rules for EXT-Cells in BSS TRX Convert CHTYPE to channel<n>Type according to the following mapping table

BTS

Set fixed to default (FALSE)

NONE

CHAN

Mapped to existing BSS parameter (tsc)

TRX tsc Range and step 0...7, step 1 Default value With this parameter you define the training sequence code (TSC) of a carrier. When baseband hopping is used in the BTS, then TCC of all hopping layer TRXs in the BTS must be the same.

tsc= TSC (take TSC from the first channel; if TSC = NULL take bcc)

CHAN

range: TCHPOOL SDCCHPOOL TCHSDPOOL <NULL> default: <NULL> range: PBCCH PCCCH <NULL> NO_DEFAULT

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

CHAN

GDCH Cli long: gprsDedicatedChannel Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS This parameter is used to statically allocate a GPRS channel for signalling.

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

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BR MOC

BR PARAMETER

RANGE

MEDIATION

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER

BTS
BASIC BTS SEGMENTID Cli long: segmentId Abis: segmentId range: 0 3000 NO_DEFAULT New parameter is added in BR, the same as already present in BSS. Thus exact mapping from completely new BTS parameter cellNumberInBtsHW is apllied. " segmentId " info to be defined in

control file (related BTS sourceObject) for the Exporter

BTS

This new BR attribute identifies the BTS objects related to the same segment Range and step 035 km, step 1 km radius extension (EXT) Default value 0 km Cli long: radiusExtension Abis: radiusExtension

This new BR attribute identifies the radius extension of an extended cell. BTS Super Radius Extension Cli long: superRadiusExtension Abis: radiusExtension Range and step 0, 3670 km, step 1 km Default value 0 km

This new BR attribute defines the distance (km) of inner edge of 35 km wide super extended area from BTS. Value 0 means that super extended area is not in use BTS E mail box Id Cli long: NOT_OPERATOR_CONFIGURABLE Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS (internal BTS only attribute set via O&M on the BTS side) S mail box Id Cli long: NOT_OPERATOR_CONFIGURABLE Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS (internal BTS only attribute set via O&M on the BTS side) BTSobjectId Cli long: BTSobjectId Abis: BTSobjectId BTS object id is the value as used in BSC MML for BTS Object. Within the BTS, the value is only used for display purposes in the BTS Manager. BCCHFREQ Cli long: bcchFrequency Abis: BCCH ARFCN / bCCHFrequency This attribute defines the absolute radio frequency channel number of the BCCH channel. BSIC Cli long: bsIdentityCode Abis: bsIdentityCode This parameter represents the Base Station Identity Code and it consists of two fields: NCC (Network Colour Code) and BCC (BS Colour Code). Range 13000 BTS should not limit this value range (when the range could be changed in future releases)

Added new in BR, the same as already present in BSS. Thus exact mapping is applied (Note: in BSC3i 3 information are available: 1 raidus extension (on BTS obj) 2 Super Radius Extension (on BTS obj) 3 TRXIND (on TRX obj) but only 1 parameter (radiusextension) is sent on Abis merging these 3 BSC3i parameters together Added new in BR, the same as already present in BSS. Thus exact mapping is applied (Note: in BSC3i 3 information are available: 1 raidus extension (on BTS obj) 2 Super Radius Extension (on BTS obj) 3 TRXIND (on TRX obj) but only 1 parameter (radiusextension) is sent on Abis merging these 3 BSC3i parameters together. NONE (BTS internal parameter used for new extended cell concept)

NONE (all parameters related to extended cells must be set according to existing configuration rules for EXT-Cells in BSS

NONE (all parameters related to extended cells must be set according to existing configuration rules for EXT-Cells in BSS

NONE

BTS

NONE (BTS internal parameter used for new extended cell concept)

NONE

BTS

NONE (BTS internal parameter)

NONE

BTS

range: 0 1023 NO_DEFAULT

NONE (BTS retrieves BCCH frequency from the TRX frequency of the BCCH TRX (looking at channel combination of all channels of the TRX)

initialFrequency = BCCHFREQ

BTS

Ncc 0 - 7 Bcc 0 7 NO_DEFAULT

NONE (already in BTS_CONF_DATA)

bsIdentityCodeNCC BTS Range and step 0...7, step 1 Default value With this parameter you identify the network colour code number. bsIdentityCodeBCC Range and step 0...7, step 1 Default value With this parameter you identify the BTS colour code number.

bsIdentityCodeBCC = BCC field of BSIC bsIdentityCodeNCC = NCC field of BSIC

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BR PARAMETER CELLGLID Cli long: cellGlobalIdentity (MCC-MNC-LAC-CI) Abis: (only MCC) mobileCountryCode Cell Global Identity. This attribute contains the Cell Identification (CI) and the Location Area Id of the cell A Location Area Id is unique within a GSM PLMN; a Cell Identification is unique within a location area.It consists of four fields: MCC Mobile Country Code MNC Mobile Network Code LAC Location Area Code Cl Cell Identity

RANGE MCC 3..3 char string MNC 2..3 char string LAC 0 - 65535 CI 0 65535 NO_DEFAULT

MEDIATION Map to existing BSS parameter (locationAreaIdMCC, locationAreaIdMNC, locationAreaId, cellId)

BSS PARAMETER mobile country code (MCC) Range and step 3 characters Default value With this parameter you define Mobile Country Code (MCC). mobile network code (MNC) Range and step 2...3 characters Default value With this parameter you define Mobile Network Code (MNC). location area code (LAC) Range and step 1...65533, step 1 Default value With this parameter you identify the location area code number. cell identity (CI) Range and step 0...65535, step 1 Default value With this parameter you identify the cells within a location area.

BSS MOC BTS

CONVERTION in EXPORTER locationAreaIdMCC = MCC field of CELLGLID locationAreaIdMNC = MNC field of CELLGLID locationAreaId = LAC field of CELLGLID cellId = CI field of CELLGLID

BTS

CELLTYP Cli long: cellType Abis: cellType It specifies the type of the cell.

BTS

SYSID Cli long: systemIndicator Abis: cellAllocationNumber It indicates the frequency band used by the cell.

cellType if (BTS is a dualBand) Standard Cell (STDCELL) { Extended Cell (EXTCELL) if (for all BTS in the segment (same SEGMID) is : Dual Band Standard Cell (DBSTDCELL) Non BCCH Layer Offset = 0) { default: STDCELL CELLTYP = DBSTDCELL } else BTS SW determines the GSM band ( 1800 , 900 ) range: BB900 (GSM baseband) based on the new BTS attribute (existing in BSS) i.e. DCS1800 frequencyBandInUse in BTS_CONF_DATA_BS2, EXT900 (GSM mixed band) together with segmentId (for all BTSs in Segment) GSMR (railway GSM), PCS1900 GSMDCS GSM850 GSM850PCS Set fixed to default i.e.1 (parameter related to ASCI and this set of features is not relevant for migration)

BTS nonBCCHLayerOffset Range and step -40...40, step 1 Default value 0 With this parameter you define whether the predefined offset margin is used when evaluating the signal level of the non BCCH layer. BTS frequencyBandInUse With this parameter you define the type of the BCCH frequency list. The value depends on the frequency band used in the BTS. The band is either GSM 800, GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900, or MULTI. Range and step: 0 (GSM 900), 1 (GSM 1800), 2 (GSM 1900), 3 (Multi Band), 5 (GSM 800)

NONE

frequencyBandInUse = SYSID

BTS

unit: 1 SACCH multiframe TNOCH Range: 1- 254 Cli long: timerNotificationChannel default: 1 Abis: tNCH This attribute describes the minimum repetition period for the Notification/NCH messages. The NCH blocks are a subset of the CCCH blocks reserved for AGCH (see GSM 05.02 chapter 6 and 7). Note: The attribute doesnt denote the minimum repetition period within one CCCH block. Within a CCCH block 1.....7 NCH blocks can be used (see GSM 04.08, chapter SI 1 Rest Octets).

NONE

BTS

EAC Cli long: enableAc Abis: enableAc This parameter indicates whether the Admission Control features is activated on cell basis.

DMA Admission Control range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

Set fixed to default: FALSE (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

BTS

range: 0.1 .. 1.0, <NULL> ACBQPFF step size: 0.1 Cli long: acBQPFgtFac default: 0.2 Abis: acBQPFgtFac This parameter defines the forgetting factor for the time exponential filter used for BQP averaging.

Set fixed to default: 0.2 (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

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BR PARAMETER ACBQPMAX Cli long: acBQPMax Abis: acBQPMax This parameter indicates the maximum tolerated BQP in a cell.

RANGE range: 2 .. 10, <NULL> unit: 1% default: 5

MEDIATION Set fixed to default: 5 (feature not relevant for migration)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

BTS

range: 0.02 .. 0.2, <NULL> ACEFLFF step size: 0.02 Cli long: acEFLFgtFac default: 0.04 Abis: acEFLFgtFac This parameter defines the forgetting factor for the exponential filter used for fractional load averaging. ACFERMAX Cli long: acFERMax Abis: acFERMax This parameter is the maximum tolerated FER for speech samples taken over 4 SACCH periods. ACLNKTYP Cli long: acLinkType Abis: acLinkType This parameter defines the type of sample to be collected and the way they used for the BQP evaluation. ACMAXEFLDMA Cli long: acMaxEFLDMA Abis: acMaxEFLDMA This parameter specifies, in percent, the maximum EFL on the DMA layer of the cell ACMINEFLDMA Cli long: acMinEFLDMA Abis: acMinEFLDMA This parameter specifies, in percent, the minimun EFL on the DMA layer of the cell. ACPER Cli long: acPeriod Abis: acPeriod This parameter is the Admission Control Period in SACCH periods. range: 1.0 .. 10.0, <NULL> unit: 1% default: 5.0

Set fixed to default: 0.04 (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

BTS

Set fixed to default: 5 (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

BTS

range: uLAndDLSamplesSeparately, uLSamplesOnly, uLAndDLSamplesCommonly, <NULL> default: uLSamplesOnly range: PER_10, PER_15, PER_20, PER_25, PER_95, PER_100 default: PER_50 range: PER_5, PER_10, PER_15, PER_45, PER_50, default: PER_10 range: SACCH_20 SACCH_24 ... SACCH_400 <NULL> default: SACCH_120 Adaptive Multi-Rate codec (AMR)

Set fixed to default (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

BTS

Set fixed to default (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

BTS

Set fixed to default (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

BTS

Set fixed to default (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

BTS

AMRLKAT Cli long: aMRLinkAdapTuning Abis: aMRLinkAdapTuning This parameter is used by the AMR Uplink Codec Mode Adaptation in the BTS. It tunes the transition between codec modes determined by internal thresholds. A value higher than the default shifts the transition towards higher carrier-to-interferer ratios. A value lower than the default has the opposite effect. Adaptation of AMR Half Rate and AMR Full Rate is affected simultaneously. All possible transitions between modes are simultaneously shifted by the same amount. The default value is the optimum setting and normally requires no modification.

unit: 0,1dB range: 0..200, where 0 = -10dB, 100 = 0dB, 200 = +10dB default: 100 [0dB]

Set fixed to default (100)

NONE

BTS

AMRLKATWFS Cli long: aMRLinkAdaptionTchWfs Abis: aMRLinkAdapTuningWFS This attribute defines the uplink codec mode adaptation for TCH/WFS.

AMR Wideband TCH/WFS unit: 0,1dB range: 0..200, where 0 = -10dB, 100 = 0dB, 200 = +10dB default: 100 [0dB] Antenna Hopping

Set fixed to default (100)

NONE

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BR PARAMETER EANTHOP Cli long: enableAntennaHopping Abis: enableAntennaHopping This parameter indicates whether Antenna Hopping is enabled or disabled for the BTS. ANTHOPMOD Cli long: antennaHoppingMode Abis: antennaHoppingMode specifies whether the BCCH transceiver has to be included in the hopping sequence for Antenna Hopping or not ANTHOPP Cli long: antennaHoppingPeriod Abis: antennaHoppingPeriod This parameter is used for Antenna Hopping and specifies how many frames are transmitted over each antenna before the next one is used to send the frames. The meaning of the values is the following: ALL Antenna Hopping is performed every frame; SECOND Antenna Hopping is performed every 2 frames; FOURTH Antenna Hopping is performed every 4 frames; SEQ_445 the 4-4-5 mode is set, which means that each 3rd Hopping step the period is extended from 4 to 5 frames.

RANGE range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

MEDIATION Map to existing BSS parameter (antennaHopping)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER if EANTHOP = FALSE => antennaHopping =0; otherwise 1

BTS antennaHopping antenna hopping not used (N) (0), antenna hopping used (Y) (1) Default value antenna hopping not used (N) (0) With this parameter you define whether antenna hopping is used in the BTS or not.

BTS

range: ALLTRX NOBCCHTRX <NULL> default: NOBCCHTRX range: ALL, SECOND, FOURTH, SEQ_445, <NULL> <NULL> default: SECOND

Set fixed to ALLTRX

NONE

BTS

Set fixed to default (SECOND)

NONE

BTS

DL Repeated FACCH on LAPDm frame range: ERFACCHALPDMF DISABLE(0) Cli long:enableRFacchOnAnyLapdmFrame ENABLE ( Abis: enableRFacchOnAnyLapdmFrame TCH_AFS This attribute determines whether R-FACCH (Repeated FACCH) is TCH_AHS enabled or disabled on cell basis for the specified codec type. TCH_EFS Attribute is implemented as a bit map consisting of 6 bits, one bit TCH_FS per codec type. TCH_HS TCH_WFS) default: DISABLE(0)

Mapped to new BSS parameter enableRFacchOnAnyLapdmFrame

enableRFacchOnAnyLapdmFrame This attribute determines whether R-FACCH (Repeated FACCH) is enabled or disabled on cell basis for the specified codec type. Attribute is implemented as a bit map consisting of 6 bits, one bit per codec type. range: DISABLE(0) ENABLE ( TCH_AFS TCH_AHS TCH_EFS TCH_FS TCH_HS TCH_WFS) default: DISABLE(0)

BTS

NONE

BTS

ERFACCHCMDF Cli long: enableRFacchOnCmdFrames Abis: enableRFacchOnCmdFrames This attribute determines whether "DL Repeated FACCH" is enabled or disabled on a cell basis for those MS not having signaled their Repeated ACCH Capability as '1'. Those types of MS include legacy MS and new MS that have to signal their Repeated ACCH Capability as "0". To enable R-FACCH on LAPDm command frames for a certain codec in the cell, the name of that codec shall be entered in a list.

range: DISABLE(0) ENABLE ( TCH_AFS TCH_AHS TCH_EFS TCH_FS TCH_HS TCH_WFS) default: DISABLE(0)

Mapped to new BSS parameter enableRFacchOnCmdFrames

BTS enableRFacchOnCmdFrames This attribute determines whether "DL Repeated FACCH" is enabled or disabled on a cell basis for those MS not having signaled their Repeated ACCH Capability as '1'. Those types of MS include legacy MS and new MS that have to signal their Repeated ACCH Capability as "0". To enable R-FACCH on LAPDm command frames for a certain codec in the cell, the name of that codec shall be entered in a list. ange: DISABLE(0) ENABLE ( TCH_AFS TCH_AHS TCH_EFS TCH_FS TCH_HS TCH_WFS) default: DISABLE(0)

NONE

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BR PARAMETER ARFACCHACMDF Cli long: applyRFacchOnAnyCmdFrame Abis: applyRFacchOnAnyCmdFrame Enable Apply R-FACCH on any command frames, CUCONF Cli long: carrierUnitConfiguration Abis: carrierUnitConfiguration CU configuration, indicates which types of CU are used within the BTSE serving the cell. This information must be considered for power aspects, as different CU types differ in their transmission power levels. This parameter should be set in case of a cell with an inhomogeneous carrier unit configuration. It ensures that the maximum output power difference between the carrier units is below 2 dB.

RANGE range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

MEDIATION Mapped to new BSS parameter applyRFacchOnAnyCmdFrame

BSS PARAMETER applyRFacchOnAnyCmdFrame Enable Apply R-FACCH on any command frames range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

BSS MOC BTS

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

BTS

Flexible Carrier Unit range: CU_FLEXCU_BS82II, CU_ECU_DCSPCS, HOMOGENEOUS default: HOMOGENEOU cu_flexcu_bs82II this value has to be set if the cell is served by a BS82II and has an inhomogeneous carrier unit configuration with FlexCU and CU/ECU/GCU. cu_ecu_dcspcs this value has to be set if the cell has an inhomogeneous carrier unit configuration with old 1800/1900 MHz CUs (45.3 dBm output power) and ECU V2/3/3a of the same frequency band. homogeneous this value has to be set if the carrier unit configuration is homogeneous or shall be considered as homogeneous. All carrier units use the maximum output power, which is provided by the hardware. No adaptation of the output power is performed. This implies, that output power differences greater than 2 dB will be accepted. This setting corresponds to the current system behaviour.S

Mapped to new BSS parameter carrierUnitConfiguration

BTS carrierUnitConfiguration CU configuration indicates which types of CU are used within the BTSE serving the cell. This information must be considered for power aspects, as different CU types differ in their transmission power levels.This parameter should be set in case of a cell with an inhomogeneous carrier unit configuration. It ensures that the maximum output power difference between the carrier units is below 2 dB.

NONE

BTS

DTMHOMT Cli long: dTMHandoverTimer Abis: hoDTMTimer This attribute determines whether handover due to DTM(Dual Transfer Mode) power budget is enabled. This attribute is only relevant if inter-cell handover is enabled in the cell (see attribute enableInterCellHO). DTM Power budget handover means: handover to another cell if this cell offers a higher transmission level. No matter if the power level of the actual cell is above the minimum or not.

Dual Transfer Mode Power Budget HO Handling range: 1 - 21 Set fixed to default (4) default: 4

NONE

call release due to Excessive distance BSC DISB Cli long: msDistanceBehaviour) Abis: msDistanceBehaviour) MS distance behaviour (DISB - msDistanceBehaviour) Description With this parameter you define the executions allowed after the Timing Advance has exceeded the threshold. This new BSxx parameter is mapped to the existing Range: 0..60, 255, step 1 BSS parameter msDistanceBehaviour 0 (release immediately) 1 (1 s to try handover, release if handover does not succeed) . 60 (60 s to try handover, release if handover does not succeed) 255 (no release, only handover attempts) Default value 255 msDistanceBehaviour With this parameter you define the executions allowed after the Timing Advance has exceeded the threshold. BSC NONE (Since the migration use cases foresee that the BSC is already configured and running - all already connected BCFs (of any kind) share the same parameters and therefore this one can not be modified in the migration process).

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BR PARAMETER MSR Cli long: msDistHoParamMsRngMax Abis: msDistHoParamMsRngMax MS Distance Threshold Param MS Max Range (msDistHoParamMsRngMax) The parameter compares the MS-BS distance with the maximum allowed distance. EMS Cli long: enableMsDistance Abis: enableMsDistance Enable MS Distance Process With this parameter you indicate whether the BTS - MS distance process is enabled. EEXCDIST Cli long: enableExcessiveDistance Abis: enableExcessiveDistance The attribute indicates whether the sending of call release is enabled/disabled when the distance between Mobile Station and BTS exceeds the excessive Distance. EXCDIST Cli long: excessiveDistance Abis: excessiveDistance This attribute specifies the distance limit to be used for call release.

RANGE Range and step 0...63 bits, step 1 bits Default value 63 bits

MEDIATION This new BSxx parameter is mapped to the existing BSS parameter msDistHoParamMsRngMax

BSS PARAMETER msDistHoParamMsRngMax The parameter compares the MS-BS distance with the maximum allowed distance

BSS MOC HOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER msDistHoParamMsRngMax = 63

HAND

distance process is disabled (N) (0), distance process is enabled (Y) (1) Default value: distance process is disabled (N) (0) range: TRUE, FALSE default: TRUE

This new BSxx parameter is mapped to the existing BSS parameter enableMsDistance

enableMsDistance With this parameter you indicate whether the BTS - MS distance process is enabled

HOC

enableMsDistance = 0 if DISTHO= FALSE; otherwise 1

BTS

NONE (BR behaviour is replaced by BSS for excessive distance procedures)

NONE

BTS

1 - 100 1 .. 100 km (Extended cells) 1 .. 35 km (Not Extended) default: 100 km for Extended cells 35 km for Not Extended cells range: TRUE, FALSE default: TRUE

NONE (BR behaviour is replaced by BSS for excessive distance procedures)

NONE

HAND

DISTHO=TRUE Distance Handover enabled Cli long: enableDistanceHo Abis: enableDistanceHO This attribute indicates whether handover due to distance between Mobile Station and BTS is enabled or disabled.

NONE (BR behaviour is replaced by BSS for excessive distance procedures)

NONE

HAND

range: 0..35 HOTMSRM=34 default: 34 Handover threshold MS range maximum unit: 1km Cli long: hoThresholdMsRangeMax Abis: hoThresholdMsRangeMax This attribute specifies the maximum allowed MS-BTS distance for the current cell range: 35-100 HOTMSRME=99 default: 99 Handover threshold MS range maximum extended unit: 1km Cli long: hoThresholdMsRangeMaxExt Abis: hoThresholdMsRangeMaxExt This attribute specifies the maximum allowed MS-BTS distance for the extended cell. ERSACCHDL Cli long: enableRSacchDL Abis: enableRSacchDL This attribute is used to enable the feature "R-SACCH" in DL on a per cell basis for different codec types and/or signaling. Repeated SACCH range: DISABLE(0) ENABLE ( TCH_AFS TCH_AHS TCH_EFS TCH_FS TCH_HS TCH_WFS SIGNALLING) default: DISABLE(0)

NONE (BR behaviour is replaced by BSS for excessive distance procedures)

NONE

HAND

NONE (BR behaviour is replaced by BSS for excessive distance procedures)

BTS

Mapped to new BSS parameter enableRSacchDL

BTS enableRSacchDL This attribute is used to enable the feature "R-SACCH" in DL on a per cell basis for different codec types and/or signaling.

NONE NONE

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BR PARAMETER ERSACCHUL Cli long: enableRSacchUL Abis: enableRSacchUL This attribute is used to enable the feature "R-SACCH" in UL on a per cell basis for different codec types and/or signaling.

RANGE range: DISABLE(0) ENABLE ( TCH_AFS TCH_AHS TCH_EFS TCH_FS TCH_HS TCH_WFS SIGNALLING) default: DISABLE(0) range: 0..25 default: 10

MEDIATION Mapped to new BSS parameter enableRSacchUL

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

BTS enableRSacchUL This attribute is used to enable the feature "R-SACCH" in UL on a per cell basis for different codec types and/or signaling.

BTS

RSACCHRXLDL Cli long: repSacchRxLevDL Abis: repSacchRxLevDL This attribute is used to define on a per cell basis the threshold for RXLEV_DL_SUB used in the decision algorithm for activating RSACCH in DL and UL. RSACCHRXLUL Cli long: repSacchRxLevUL Abis: repSacchRxLevUL This attribute is used to define on a per cell basis the threshold for RXLEV_UL_SUB used in the decision algorithm for activating RSACCH in DL and UL. RSACCHTODL Cli long: repSacchTimeOutDL Abis: repSacchTimeOutDL This attribute is used to define on a per cell basis the threshold for deactivation of RSACCH mode in the decision algorithm for RSACCH in DL.

Mapped to new BSS parameter repSacchRxLevDL

repSacchRxLevDL This attribute is used to define on a per cell basis the threshold for RXLEV_DL_SUB used in the decision algorithm for activating R-SACCH in DL and UL.

BTS

NONE

BTS

range: 0..25 default: 7

Mapped to new BSS parameter repSacchRxLevUL

repSacchRxLevUL This attribute is used to define on a per cell basis the threshold for RXLEV_UL_SUB used in the decision algorithm for activating R-SACCH in DL and UL.

BTS

NONE

BTS

range: 0..10 default: 4

Mapped to existing BSS parameter sacchRepeatWindow according to the rule : [15-11] to 10 [10-1] to [9-0]

sacchRepeatWindow BSC Range and step 1...15 Frames, step 1 Frames Default value 4 Frames This parameter defines when the BTS commands an MS to repeat the SACCH block. If the parameter has value 1, decoding failure of the latest SACCH block triggers the repeat for the next SACCH block. If the parameter has value N = {2, 3, 4 .. 15}, decoding failure of 2 SACCH blocks out of N preceding SACCH blocks triggers the repeat. Repeat is used as long as the decoding of 2 SACCH blocks out of N preceding blocks has failed. sacchRepeatWindow BSC Range and step 1...15 Frames, step 1 Frames Default value 4 Frames This parameter defines when the BTS commands an MS to repeat the SACCH block. If the parameter has value 1, decoding failure of the latest SACCH block triggers the repeat for the next SACCH block. If the parameter has value N = {2, 3, 4 .. 15}, decoding failure of 2 SACCH blocks out of N preceding SACCH blocks triggers the repeat. Repeat is used as long as the decoding of 2 SACCH blocks out of N preceding blocks has failed.

NONE

BTS

RSACCHTOUL Cli long: repSacchTimeOutUL Abis: repSacchTimeOutUL This attribute is used to define on a per cell basis the threshold for deactivation of RSACCH mode in the decision algorithm for RSACCH in UL.

range: 0..10 default: 4

Mapped to existing BSS parameter sacchRepeatWindow according to the rule : [15-11] to 10 [10-1] to [9-0]

NONE

BTS

ETOP Cli long: enableTOP Abis: enableTOP Enable Temporary Overpower This attribute determines whether TOP(Temporary Overpower) is enabled or disabled on cell basis for the specified codec type. Attribute is implemented as a bit map consisting of 6 bits, one bit per codec type.

Temporary Overpower & Repeated FACCH range: DISABLE(0) ENABLE ( TCH_AFS TCH_AHS TCH_EFS TCH_FS TCH_HS TCH_WFS) default: DISABLE(0)

enableTOP This attribute determines whether TOP(Temporary Overpower) is enabled or disabled on cell basis for the specified codec type. Attribute is implemented as a bit map consisting of 6 bits, one bit per codec type

BTS

NONE

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BR PARAMETER

RANGE Transmission Diversity Time Delay

MEDIATION

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER

BTS

ETXDIVTS Cli long: enableTxDivTimeShift Abis: enableTxDivTimeShift Enable TX diversity timeshift, allows to switch between coverage mode (enabled) and standard mode (disabled

range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

Mapped to new BSS parameter txDiversityTimeShift: if txDiversityTimeShift= 0 =>ETXDIVTS= FALSE; otherwise TRUE

txDiversityTimeShift with this parameter you switch TX diversity time between coverage mode (enabled) and standard mode (disabled). You also configure time slots or logical channels which are excluded from being sent in TX Diversity Time Shift mode. Parameter is valid only for BTSplus. Range: 0 (DISABLED), 1 (NO EXEPTION), 2 (SCH EXEPTION), 3 (BCCH TRX TS0 EXEPTION), 4 (BCCH TRX EXEPTION)

BTS

if (ETXDIVTS==FALSE) txDiversityTimeShift = 0 else txDiversityTimeShift = derived from TXDIVTSEXCPT

BTS

TXDIVTSEXCPT Cli long: txDivTimeShiftExcept Abis: txDivTimeShiftExcept TX diversity time shift except attribute allows to configure time slots or logical channels which are excluded from being sent in TX Diversity Time Shift mode.

range: NONE, SCH BCCHTRXTS0, BCCHTRX default: NONE

Mapped to new BSS parameter txDiversityTimeShif txDiversityTimeShift with this parameter you switch TX diversity time between coverage mode (enabled) and standard mode (disabled). You also configure time slots or logical channels which are excluded from being sent in TX Diversity Time Shift mode. Parameter is valid only for BTSplus. Range: 0 (DISABLED), 1 (NO EXEPTION), 2 (SCH EXEPTION), 3 (BCCH TRX TS0 EXEPTION), 4 (BCCH TRX EXEPTION) NONE

BTS

if (ETXDIVTS==FALSE) txDiversityTimeShift = 0 else if TXDIVTSEXCPT = NONE => txDiversityTimeShift = 1; if TXDIVTSEXCPT = SCH => txDiversityTimeShift = 2; if TXDIVTSEXCPT = BCCHTRXTS0 => txDiversityTimeShift = 3; if TXDIVTSEXCPT = BCCHTRX => txDiversityTimeShift = 4 NONE

BTS

TXDIVTSPAR Cli long: txDivTimeShiftParam Abis: txDivTimeShiftParam TX diversity time shift parameter attribute defines the time shift of the TX signals of master and slave CU.

MDB5 DB325 MDB475 DB35 MDB45 DB375 MDB425 DB4 MDB4 DB425 MDB375 DB45 MDB35 DB475 MDB325 DB5 MDB3 MDB275 MDB25

MDB225 MDB2 MDB175 MDB15 MDB125 MDB1 MDB075 MDB05 MDB025 DB0 DB025

DB05 DB075 DB1 DB125 DB15 DB175 DB2 DB225 DB25 DB275 DB3

default: MDB1

BTS

FACCHQ Cli long: facchQual Abis: fACCHQual FACCH quality, defines the number of FACCH halfburst to be received for detecting a FACCH frame

FACCH quality unit: 1 half burst range: 0..7 default: 5

NONE

NONE

BTS

FACHBT Cli long: fachBusyThreshold Abis: fachBusyThreshold This attribute represents threshold for the received signal level during handover access and ASCI uplink access.

FACCH / RACH Busy Threshold / Averaging r unit: -1dBm ange: 0..127 default: 109

Mapped to new BSS parameter fachBusyThreshold

BTS fachBusyThreshold This attribute represents threshold for the received signal level during handover access and ASCI uplink access.

NONE

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BR PARAMETER unit: -1dBm RACHBT range: 0..127 Cli long: rachBusyThreshold default: 109 Abis: rachBusyThreshold This attribute defines a threshold for the received signal level during network access and handover access. A signal level exceeding this threshold is interpreted as a busy RACH RACHLAS Cli long: rachLoadAveragingSlots Abis: rACHLoadAveragingSlots This attribute defines the number of RACH bursts over which RACH measurements are performed

RANGE

MEDIATION Mapped to new BSS parameter rachBusyThreshold

BSS PARAMETER rachBusyThreshold This attribute defines a threshold for the received signal level during network access and handover access. A signal level exceeding this threshold is interpreted as a busy RACH

BSS MOC BTS

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

BTS

unit: 1 RACH burst range: 102-65535 default: 204

Set fixed to default

NONE

SACCH averaging / RX Signal Level BTS INTAVEPR Cli long: interferenceAveragingProcess Abis: 2 on Abis: intaveParameter interferenceLevelBoundaries Averaging period for idle TCH measurements, defines the number of SACCH multiframes (480ms = 4 multiframes, the interleaving function distributes the SACCH info over 4 bursts) over which values are averaged (value 1..31) format: averaging period - threshold boundary 1 - threshold boundary 2 - threshold boundary 3 - threshold boundary 4 unit: averaging period:1 SACCH multiframe threshold boundaries: -1dBr range: 1-31 (averaging period) 0..62 (threshold boundaries) default: 31 (averaging period) 2 (threshold boundary 1) 6 (threshold boundary 2) 12 (threshold boundary 3) 22 (threshold boundary 4) Mapped to existing BSS parameters : averagingperiod and interferenceAveragingProcessBoundary0 ..5 BTS averagingperiod Range and step 1...32, step 1 Default: 6 With this parameter you define the number of SACCH multiframes over which the averaging of the interference level in the unallocated time slots is performed. interferenceAveragingProcessBoundary0 Range and step -110 dBm. Fixed boundary (0) Default: -110 dBm. With these parameters you define the boundary limits of four interference bands for the unallocated time slots. interferenceAveragingProcessBoundary1/2/3/4 Range and step -110...-47 dBm, step 1 dBm Default: interferenceAveragingProcessBoundary1: -105 dBm interferenceAveragingProcessBoundary2: -100 dBm interferenceAveragingProcessBoundary3: -95 dBm interferenceAveragingProcessBoundary4-90 dBm interferenceAveragingProcessBoundary5 Range and step -47 dBm. Fixed boundary (63) Default: -47 dBm. Fixed boundary (63) averagingperiod = field averaging period in INTAVEPR; interferenceAveragingProcessBoundary0 = 0 interferenceAveragingProcessBoundary1 = field threshold boundary 1 in INTAVEPR interferenceAveragingProcessBoundary2 = field threshold boundary 2 in INTAVEPR interferenceAveragingProcessBoundary3 = field threshold boundary 3 in INTAVEPR interferenceAveragingProcessBoundary4 = field threshold boundary 4 in INTAVEPR interferenceAveragingProcessBoundary5 = 63

BTS

INTCLASS Cli long: enableInterferenceClass Abis: enableInterferenceClass This attribute defines whether the interference classification of idle traffic channels is enabled or disabled. RFRSINDP Cli long: rfResourceIndicationPeriod Abis: rfResourceIndicationPeriod RF resource indication period, defines the sending rate of the RFRESIND message towards the BSC.

range: TRUE, FALSE default: TRUE

Set fixed to default

BTS

NONE

BTS

unit: 1 SACCH multiframe range: 1-254 default: 6

Mapped to existing BSS parameters : averagingperiod + fixed offset of 16 seconds

averagingperiod BTS Range and step 1...32, step 1 Default: 6 With this parameter you define the number of SACCH multiframes over which the averaging of the interference level in the unallocated time slots is performed.

NONE

BTS

unit: 1dB RXSIGLEVADJ range: -24...24[dB], <NULL> Cli long: rxSignalLevelAdjust default: <NULL> Abis: rxSigLevAdjust The attribute specifies the signal level adjust values which shall be applied to the receive paths of transceivers using the same frequency band as the BCCH transceiver.

Set it fixed to default

NONE

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BR PARAMETER RXSIGLEVADJC Cli long: rxSignalLevelAdjustCompl Abis: rxSigLevAdjustCompl The attribute specifies the signal level adjust values which shall be applied to the transmit paths oftransceivers using the complementary frequency band. The value is only meaningful in case of a multiband cell. MSTXPMAXCH Cli long: msTxPwrMaxCcch Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS (Sent via System Info) This parameter is used in order to evaluate the path loss criterion parameter C1 or C2 of a cell. It indicates the maximum transmit power level a MS can use when getting access to the system on a CCCH of the cell.

RANGE unit: 1dB range: -24...24[dB], <NULL> default: <NULL>

MEDIATION Set it fixed to default

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

BTS

MS maximum transmit power range: 0..31 default: 5

Mapped from existing BSS parameters msTxPwrMaxCCH msTxPwrMaxCCH1x00

msTxPwrMaxCCH Range and step 5...39 dBm, step 2 dBm Default value 33 dBm With this parameter you define the maximum transmission power an MS may use when accessing a CCH in the cell for GSM 900/800 bands. msTxPwrMaxCCH1x00 Range and step 0...36, step 2 Default value 30 With this parameter you define the maximum transmission power an MS may use when accessing a CCH in the cell for GSM 1800/1900 bands. contain a BCCH BTS you cannot modify this parameter

BTS

msTxPwrMaxCCH = {[5 + ((MSTXPMAXCH * 17) / 31) *2] 42} / 2 msTxPwrMaxCCH1x00 = MSTXPMAXCH / (31 / 18)) * 2

BTS

MSTXPMAXDCS Cli long: msTxPwrMaxDcs Abis: mSTxPwrMax / mSTxPwrMaxCompl This parameter defines the maximum power level a MS can use in the serving cell for DCS1800.

range: 0..15 default: 0=30dBm (step size -2dBm) 00 (00) 30 dBm 01 (01) 28 dBm 02 (02) 26 dBm 03 (03) 24 dBm 04 (04) 22 dBm 05 (05) 20 dBm 06 (06) 18 dBm 07 (07) 16 dBm 08 (08) 14 dBm 09 (09) 12 dBm 10 (0A) 10 dBm 11 (0B) 08 dBm 12 (0C) 06 dBm 13 (0D) 04 dBm 14 (0E) 02 dBm 15 (0F) 00 dBm

Mapped to existing parameters: in case of DualBand BTS (CELLTYP is DBSTDCELL) and BCCH TRX is in the band specified by SYSID, MSTXPMAXDCS is sent as mSTxPwrMax otherwsie is sent to set the complementary band (mSTxPwrMaxCompl).

msTxPwrMaxGSM1x00

BTS

msTxPwrMaxGSM1x00 = MSTXPMAXDCS or MSTXPMAXPCS

BTS

MSTXPMAXGSM Cli long: msTxPwrMaxGsm Abis: mSTxPwrMax / mSTxPwrMaxCompl This parameter defines the maximum power level a MS can use in the serving cell for the GSM 900, GSM850 and GSMR.

range: 2..15 default: 5 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 (02) (03) (04) (05) (06) (07) (08) (09) (0A) (0B) (0C) (0D) (0E) (0F) :39 :37 :35 :33 :31 :29 :27 :25 :23 :21 :19 :17 :15 :13 dBm dBm dBm dBm dBm dBm dBm dBm dBm dBm dBm dBm dBm dBm

Mapped to existing BSS parameter: in case of DualBand BTS (CELLTYP is DBSTDCELL) BCCH TRX is in the band specified by SYSID, MSTXPMAXGSM is sent as (mSTxPwrMax) otherwsie is sent to set the complementary band (mSTxPwrMaxCompl).

msTxPwrMaxGSM BTS Range and step 5...39 dBm, step 2 dBm Default value 33 dBm internal_value = (gui_value - 43) / -2 With this parameter you define the maximum power level an MS may use in the serving cell for GSM 800 and GSM 900 bands. When the segment usage option is ON and the segment does not contain a BCCH BTS you cannot modify this parameter.

msTxPwrMaxGSM = MSTXPMAXGSM

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BR PARAMETER MSTXPMAXPCS Cli long: mSTxPwrMax / mSTxPwrMaxCompl Abis: mSTxPwrMaxCompl This parameter defines the maximum power level a MS can use in the serving cell for the PCS 1900.

RANGE range: 0...15, 30 and 31, <NULL> default: 0=30 00 (00) 30 dBm 01 (01) 28 dBm 02 (02) 26 dBm 03 (03) 24 dBm 04 (04) 22 dBm 05 (05) 20 dBm 06 (06) 18 dBm 07 (07) 16 dBm 08 (08) 14 dBm 09 (09) 12 dBm 10 (0A) 10 dBm 11 (0B) 08 dBm 12 (0C) 06 dBm 13 (0D) 04 dBm 14 (0E) 02 dBm 15 (0F) 00 dBm 30 (1E) 33 dBm 31 (1F) 32 dBm

MEDIATION Mapped to existing BSS parameters: in case of DualBand BTS (CELLTYP is DBSTDCELL) BCCH TRX is in the band specified by SYSID, MSTXPMAXPCS is sent as (mSTxPwrMax) otherwsie is sent to set the complementary band, (mSTxPwrMaxCompl)

BSS PARAMETER msTxPwrMaxGSM1x00 Range and step 0...36 dBm, step 2 dBm internal_value = GSM 1800: 0..30 dBm: 0..15 (UI value - 30)/-2 32 dBm: 31 34 dBm: 30 36 dBm: 29 GSM 1900: 0..30 dBm: 0..15 (UI value - 30)/-2 32 dBm: 31 33 dBm: 30 Default value 30 dBm With this parameter you define the maximum power level an MS may use in the serving cell. When segment usage option is on and the segment does not contain a BCCH BTS you cannot modify this parameter.

BSS MOC BTS

CONVERTION in EXPORTER msTxPwrMaxGSM1x00 = MSTXPMAXDCS or MSTXPMAXPCS

BTS

TXSIGLEVADJ Cli long: txSignalLevelAdjust Abis: txSigLevAdjust The attribute specifies the signal level adjust values which shall be applied to the transmit paths oftransceivers using the same frequency band as the BCCH transceiver. TXSIGLEVADJC Cli long: txSignalLevelAdjustCompl Abis: txSigLevAdjustCompl The attribute specifies the signal level adjust values which shall be applied to the transmit paths oftransceivers using the complementary frequency band. The value is only meaningful in case of a multiband cell.

Online RF Loopback unit: 1dB range: -63...63[dB], <NULL> default: <NULL>

Set fixed to default (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

BTS

unit: 1dB range: -63...63[dB], <NULL> default: <NULL>

Set fixed to default (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

BTS

NEPTTREP Cli long: notDataRepCount Abis: notDataRepCount It specifies the repetition rate for the "not_data" message per cell at the UM-interface.

(ASCI feature) Short Data Transmission during ongoing Group Call range: 0..3 default: 0

NONE (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

BTS

range: 1..9 T3151 default: 3 Cli long: uplBusyRepRate Abis: uplBusyRepRate It specifies the repetition rate of the "upl_busy" message at the Uminterface. (ASCI feature i) Ciphering for VGCS Calls range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

NONE (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

BTS

ASCICIPH Cli long: enableCiphForASCI Abis: enableCiphForASCI The attribute enableCiphForASCI indicates whether ciphering for VGCS (Voice Group Call Service) is enabled or disabled. VGCS ciphering allows to offer a secured path on the radio interface for mobiles engaged in point to multipoint connections, as it was already possible for the point to point calls.

NONE (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

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BR PARAMETER unit: 1 (10 ms) VGRULF range: 1..100 Cli long: voiceGroupUplinkFree default: 1 Abis: vgcsULFreeTimer If the uplink of the group call is free, and also no talker is in the cell on a dedicated channel, the network provides an UPLINK FREE message on the main signalling channel periodically. The timer vgcsULFreeTimer plus an offset of 440ms defines the repetition rate of sending this message; the BTS limits the maximum repetition rate on 1440ms:

RANGE

MEDIATION NONE (feature not relevant for migration)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

BTS

NRPGRANT Cli long: numberRepetitionGrant Abis: ny2 parameter NY2 described in the GSM Standard TGRANT Cli long: timerGrant Abis: t3115 This timer is used for the repetition of the VGCS_UPLINK_GRANT message during an uplink access procedure.

(ASCI feature i) Number of repetitions of VGCS UPLINK GRANT range: 1-254 default: 20

NONE (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

BTS

1 - 254 (10 msec step size) default value: 04

NONE (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

BTS

PNOFACCH Cli long: periodNotificationFACCH Abis: periodNotificationFACCH specifies period (repetition rate) for the FACCH notification for a given ASCI call.

(ASCI feature i) Period for Notification on FACCH Feature not relevant for migration) unit: 0.5 sec range: 1, 1.5, 2,4.5, 5 <NULL> default: 2.5 (ASCI feature i) Timer for uplink reply

NONE (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

BTS

TUPLREP Cli long: timerUplinkReply Abis: timerUplinkReply This timer is used by BTS for starting the uplink reply procedure. Values expressed in seconds.

unit: 1s range: 5.. 60 default: 20

NONE (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

repetitions of PHYSICAL INFORMATION messages BTS NY1 Cli long: ny1 Abis: ny1 maximum number of repetitions of PHYSICAL INFORMATION messages from the network to the MS during an asynchronous handover. range: 1-254 default: 3 Values experienced from some BR customer config. 20 671 times (16,94 %) 30 147 times (3,71 %) 40 215 times (5,43 %) 50 872 times (22,01 %) 69 1468 times (37,06 %) 70 46 times (1,16 %) 74 143 times (3,61 %) 80 48 times (1,21 %) 100 25 times (0,63 %) 120 106 times (2,68 %) 180 162 times (4,09 %) 200 58 times (1,46 %) Mapped to existing BSS prameter (maxNumberOfRepetition): NY1 = ( (maxNumberOfRepetition- 5 ) * 8 + 1 BTS maxNumberOfRepetition Range and step 5...35, step 1 Default value 5 With this parameter you define the maximum number of repetitions of the PHYSICAL INFO message during a handover that the transceiver can perform maxNumberOfRepetition = 5 + ( NY1-1) / (253 / 30))

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BR PARAMETER T3105 Cli long: btsTimer3105 Abis: BTS Air Timer T3105 used for the repetition of PHYSICAL INFORMATION message during the handover procedure between non synchronized cells.

RANGE format: tunit range(MS10) tvalue : range (1 254) default: tunit MS10 tvalue 10 CCCH load indication

MEDIATION Mapped to existing BSS parameter (T3105 exists in PAFILE )

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

BTS

unit: 1s PCCCHLDI range: 0..255 Cli long: periodCcchLoadIndication default: 255 Abis: periodCCCHLoadIndication This value indicates the frequency which the CCCH load indication is sent to the BSC.The CCCH load indication is sent to BSC only when the threshold TCCCHLDI is reached. unit: 1% TCCCHLDI range: 0..100 Cli long: thresholdCcchLoadIndication default: 100 Abis: thresholdCCCHLoadIndication This value is a threshold used by the BTS to inform the BSC about the load of CCCH. It is used in PCH and RACH load measurements. For the PCH it determines the percentage of possible paging requests stored in the BTS before CCCH load indication is sent to BSC. For the RACH the parameter determines the percentage of RACH slots related to rachLoadAveragingSlots that have to be considered busy before a CCCH load indication is sent to BSC.

Mapped to RACH report timer in FU parameters in BTS_CONF_DATA message.

NONE

BTS

Set fixed to default

NONE

BTS

REPTYP Cli long: reportType Abis: reportType This attribute indicates to the mobile to use the ENHANCED MEASUREMENT REPORT or MEASUREMENT REPORT messages for measurements reporting.

Performance Measurements based on EMR (ENHANCED MEASUREMENT REPORT) Parameter removed ENHANCED NORMAL range: NORMAL, ENHANCED, ENHANCED_ONLY_FOR_R43G_MS default: NORMAL

NONE

BTS

T200 Cli long: t200 Abis: T200 used on different control channel types and determines the waiting time for a layer 2 frame acknowledgement

waiting time for a layer 2 frame acknowledgement unit: 5ms (for sdcchSAPI0, facchTCHF, Mapped to existing BSS parametersT200F and T200S (for SACCH set fixed to deafult) facchTCHH, sdcchSAPI3) 10ms (for sacchTCHSAPI0, sacchSDCCH,sacchTCHSAPI3) range: 0..255 default: 29 (sdcchSAPI0) 31 (facchTCHF) 38 (facchTCHH) 90 (sacchTCHSAPI0) 70 (sacchSDCCH) 23 (sdcchSAPI3) 168 (sacchTCHSAPI3)

BCF T200F FACCH LAPDm T200 (T200F) Range and step 200...1260 ms, step 20 ms Default value 0 ms The parameter determines a LAPDm T200 for supervision of the FACCH message transfer from BTS to mobile. SDCCH LAPDm T200 (T200S) Range and step 220...1260 ms, step 20 ms Default value 0 ms The parameter determines a LAPDm T200 for supervision of the SDCCH message transfer from BTS to mobile.

T200F= 1. take 1st BTS of that specific BTSM 2. take field facchTCHF from [BTS] T200 and act the mapping as 10 + [BTS] T200 (facchTCHF field) / (255 / 53) T200S = 1. take 1st BTS of that specific BTSM 2. take field sdcchSAPI0 from [BTS] T200 and act the mapping as 10 + [BTS] T200 (sdcchSAPI0 field) / (255 / 53)

BTS

TAADJ Cli long: taAdjust Abis: taAdjust This attribute takes into account the propagation delay created on the BTS internal signal path in both directions.

Location based services: Enhanced TA positioning Set fixed to default (feature not relevant for unit: 100ns migration) range: 0..100, <NULL> default: 0

NONE

supervise TRAU frame handling.

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BR PARAMETER TSYNC Cli long: tSync Abis: tSync this timer is used by the BTSE to supervise time-out of TRAU frame handling for standard speech calls (FR,HR and EFR) and data calls except 14,4kbit/s data calls. The BTSE starts this timer if 3 downlink TRAU frames have not been correctly received from the TRAU and it is reset if a correct frame is received again (It is only used if a BTS-TRAU traffic connection is established). If it expires, the BTSE reports a CONNECTION FAILURE INDICATION with cause 'remote transcoder failure' to the BSC and the connection is released. Note: For 14,4kbit/s data calls and AMR calls TSYNC is replaced by the timer [BTS-218].TSYNCDL

RANGE unit: 10ms range: 10..10000 default: 1000 (recommended value >200) Set fixed to 1100

MEDIATION

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

BTS

unit: 10ms TSYNCDL range: 10..10000 Cli long: tSynchronizationDownlink default: 1000 Abis: tSyncD replaces the timer TSYNC in case of 14.4 kbit/s data calls and AMR calls unit: 10ms TSYNCR range: 10..10000 Cli long: tSynchronizationR default: 400 Abis: tSyncR this timer is used for 14.4 kbit/s data calls. At the beginning of every 14.4. kbit/s data connection BTS and TRAU exchange standard TRAU frames for synchronization. When this synchronization process is regarded as finished the BTS and TRAU switch over to the exchange of 'extended' TRAU frames. In the normal case this synchronization process is not repeated. If, however, the BTS loses the synchronization for the 14.4 kbits/s TRAU frames it starts timer TSYNCR and restarts the synchronization process by transmitting standard TRAU frames towards the TRAU. When the connection is re-synchronized BTS and TRAU start to send extended TRAU frames again and TSYNCR is stopped. If the synchronization could not be reestablished before expiry of TSYNCR, the resynchronization process is restarted again. Rule: TSYNCR < TSYNCUL and TSYNCR < TSYNCDL Note: According to GSM the timer TSYNCR shall also be used for EFR calls. The BR implementation deviates from this recommendation as EFR connections are handled in exactly the same way as FR connections.

Set fixed to 1100

NONE

BTS

Set fixed to 500

NONE

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BR PARAMETER

RANGE Set fixed to 1100

MEDIATION

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

unit: 10ms TSYNCUL range: 10..10000 Cli long: tSynchronizationUplink default: 1000 Abis: tSyncU TSYNC uplink, this timer is used only in case of 14.4 kbit/s data calls and AMR calls. If three consecutive UL TRAU frames have not been correctly received in the TRAU the synchronization between TRAU and BTS (see explanation for TSYNCR) is considered as lost. If this is the case the TRAU sets the control bit 'uplink frame error ' (UFE) in the downlink TRAU frames towards the BTS. When the BTS receives the first downlink TRAU frame with the control bit 'uplink frame error' set it starts TSYNCUL and waits for the UFE bit to disappear in the subsequent frames. TSYNCUL is stopped when three correct DL TRAU frames without the UFE have been received. When TSYNCUL expires the BTS sends a CONNECTION FAILURE INDICATION with cause 'Remote Transcoder Failure' to the BSC. Rule: TSYNCR < TSYNCUL (Recommendation TSYNCUL=1000) Note: According to GSM the timer TSYNCUL shall also be used for EFR calls. The BR implementation deviates from this recommendation as for EFR connections the timer TSYNC is used.

BTS

TTRAU Cli long: tTrau Abis: tTrau this timer is used by the BTS to supervise time-out of TRAU datalink (traffic) at connection establishment or handover. After receipt of the CHANNEL ACTIVATION message the BTSE starts the timer TTRAU and starts sending uplink TRAU frames towards the TRAU. When the BTSE receives the first downlink TRAU frame from the TRAU it stops TTRAU again. If TTRAU expires, the BTSE reports a CONNECTION FAILURE INDICATION with cause 'remote transcoder failure' to the BSC and the connection is released. AMRFRC1 Cli long: aMRFullRateCodec1 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

unit: 10ms range: 10..10000 default: 1000 (recommended value >150))

Set fixed to 1100

NONE

BTS

range: RATE_01, RATE_02, RATE_03, RATE_04, RATE_05, RATE_06, RATE_07, RATE_08 default: RATE_01 range: RATE_01, RATE_02, RATE_03, RATE_04, RATE_05, RATE_06, RATE_07, RATE_08, <NULL> default: RATE_03 range: RATE_01, RATE_02, RATE_03, RATE_04, RATE_05, RATE_06, RATE_07, RATE_08 <NULL> default: RATE_06 range: RATE_01, RATE_02, RATE_03, RATE_04, RATE_05, RATE_06, RATE_07, RATE_08 <NULL> default: RATE_08

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

AMRFRC2 Cli long: aMRFullRateCodec2 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

AMRFRC3 Cli long: aMRFullRateCodec3 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

AMRFRC4 Cli long: aMRFullRateCodec4 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

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BR PARAMETER AMRFRIC Cli long: aMRFullRateInitialCodec Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

RANGE range: START_MODE_FR CODEC_MODE_01 CODEC_MODE_02 CODEC_MODE_03 CODEC_MODE_04 default: START_MODE_FR range: 1..12 items max list, and for each item: LL_00 .. LL_11 default: <NULL> range: 1..12 items max list, and for each item: LL_00 .. LL_11 default: <NULL> format: threshold-hysteresis unit: threshold: 0.5dB hysteresis: 0.5dB range: threshold: 0..63 [0..31.5dB] hysteresis: 0..15 [0..7.5dB] default: threshold: 7 [3.5 dB] hysteresis: 4 [2.0 dB] format: threshold-hysteresis unit: threshold: 0.5dB hysteresis: 0.5dB range: threshold: 0..63 [0..31.5dB] hysteresis: 0..15 [0..7.5dB] default: threshold: 12 [6.0 dB] hysteresis: 4 [2.0 dB] format: threshold-hysteresis unit: threshold: 0.5dB hysteresis: 0.5dB range: threshold: 0..63 [0..31.5dB] hysteresis: 0..15 [0..7.5dB] default: threshold: 23 [11.5 dB] hysteresis: 4 [2.0 dB] range: RATE_01, RATE_02, RATE_03, RATE_04, RATE_05 default: RATE_01 range: RATE_01, RATE_02, RATE_03, RATE_04 RATE_05, <NULL> default: RATE_02 range: RATE_01, RATE_02, RATE_03, RATE_04 RATE_05, <NULL> default:RATE_03 range: RATE_01, RATE_02, RATE_03, RATE_04 RATE_05, <NULL> default:RATE_04 range: START_MODE_HR CODEC_MODE_01 CODEC_MODE_02 CODEC_MODE_03 CODEC_MODE_04 default: START_MODE_HR range: 1..12 items max list, and for each item: LL_00 .. LL_11 default: <NULL> range: 1..12 items max list, and for each item: LL_00 .. LL_11 default: <NULL>

MEDIATION NONE (not sent on Abis)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

BTS

AMRFRLLCOM Cli long:aMRFullRateLayerListComplementary Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS AMRFRLLPRM Cli long: aMRFullRateLayerListPrimary Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS AMRFRTH12 Cli long: aMRFullRateThresholds12 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

AMRFRTH23 Cli long: aMRFullRateThresholds23 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

AMRFRTH34 Cli long: aMRFullRateThresholds34 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

AMRHRC1 Cli long: aMRHalfRateCodec1 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS AMRHRC2 Cli long: aMRHalfRateCodec2 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS AMRHRC3 Cli long: aMRHalfRateCodec3 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS AMRHRC4 Cli long: aMRHalfRateCodec4 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS AMRHRIC Cli long: aMRHRInitialCodec Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

AMRHRLLCOM Cli long:aMRHalfRateLayerListComplementary Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS AMRHRLLPRM Cli long: aMRHalfRateLayerListPrimary Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

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BR PARAMETER AMRHRTH12 Cli long: aMRHalfRateThresholds12 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

RANGE format: threshold-hysteresis unit: threshold: 0.5dB hysteresis: 0.5dB range: threshold: 0..63 [0..31.5dB] hysteresis: 0..15 [0..7.5dB] default: threshold: 19 [9.5 dB] hysteresis: 4 [2.0 dB] format: threshold-hysteresis unit: threshold: 0.5dB hysteresis: 0.5dB range: threshold: 0..63 [0..31.5dB] hysteresis: 0..15 [0..7.5dB] default: threshold: 24 [12.0 dB] hysteresis: 4 [2.0 dB] ormat: threshold-hysteresis unit: threshold: 0.5dB hysteresis: 0.5dB range: threshold: 0..63 [0..31.5dB] hysteresis: 0..15 [0..7.5dB] default: threshold: 30 [15.0 dB] hysteresis: 4 [2.0 dB] range: START_MODE_WFS; CODEC_MODE_01; CODEC_MODE_02; CODEC_MODE_03; default: START_MODE_WFS format: threshold-hysteresis unit: threshold: 0.5dB hysteresis: 0.5dB range: threshold: 0..63 [0..31.5dB] hysteresis: 0..15 [0..7.5dB] default: threshold: 17 [8.5 dB] hysteresis: 4 [2.0 dB] format: threshold-hysteresis unit: threshold: 0.5dB hysteresis: 0.5dB range: threshold: 0..63 [0..31.5dB] hysteresis: 0..15 [0..7.5dB] default: threshold: 25 [12.5 dB] hysteresis: 4 [2.0 dB] range: 1..12 items max list, and for each item: LL_00 .. LL_11 default: <NULL> range: 1..12 items max list, and for each item: LL_00 .. LL_11 default: <NULL> range: 1..12 items max list, and for each item: LL_00 .. LL_11 default: <NULL> range: ASCI_DISABLED, ASCI_ENABLED default: ASCI_DISABLED range: ULRDISABLE, VBSENABLE VGCSENABLE VBS_VGCSENABLE default: ULRDISABLE

MEDIATION NONE (not sent on Abis)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

BTS

AMRHRTH23 Cli long: aMRHalfRateThresholds23 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

AMRHRTH34 Cli long: aMRHalfRateThresholds34 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

AMRWBFGIC Cli long: aMRWBFullrateGmskInitalCodec Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

AMRWBFGTH12 Cli long: aMRWBFullrateGmskThreshold12 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

AMRWBFGTH23 Cli long:aMRWBFullrateGmskThreshold23 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

AMRWBFRGLLCOM Cli long: aMRWBFullRateGMSKLayerListComplementary Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS AMRWBFRGLLPRM Cli long:aMRWBFullRateGMSKLayerListPrimary Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS ASCILLPRM Cli long: asciLayerListPrimary Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS ASCISER Cli long: advancedSpeechCallItemsService Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS ASCIULR Cli long: asciUplinkReply Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for migration) NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for migration) NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

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NONE

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NONE

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BR PARAMETER BMONTH Cli long: bintChanMonitorThresholds Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

RANGE range: ENABLED(1..100), DISABLED default: ENABLE(30) (minor) ENABLE(60) (major) ENABLE(90) (critical) range: ENABLED(1..100), DISABLED default: ENABLE(30) (minor) ENABLE(60) (major) ENABLE(90) (critical) range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE 0..1023 each field

MEDIATION NONE (not sent on Abis)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

BTS

BSMONTH Cli long: bintSignChanMonitorThresholds Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

BTSHSCSD Cli long: btsHSCSD Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS CALLF<nn> nn:1..63 Cli long: cellAllocationF<nn> Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS CBQ Cli long: cellBarQualify Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS CCALL Cli long: commonCellAllocation Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS CELLBARR Cli long: cellBarred Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS CELLRESH Cli long: cellReselectHysteresis Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS CONCELL Cli long: concentricCell Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS CREALL Cli long: callReestablishmentAllowed Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS CRESOFF Cli long: cellReselectionOffset Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS CRESPARI Cli long: cellReselectionParamInd Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

range: 0= normal priority 1=low priority default: 0 range: CCALLF<nn>, linked with '&' <NULL> default: <NULL> range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE unit: 2dB range: 0..7 default: 2 range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE range: ALLOWED, NOTALLOWED default: NOTALLOWED unit: 2dB range: 0..63 default: 1

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

range: 0=C2 parameters not present NONE (not sent on Abis) 1=C2 parameters present default: 1 indicates the presence of C2 cell reselection parameters on the BCCH in the IE 'SI 4 and the IE 'SI 3 Rest Octets' (SYSTEM INFORMATION TYPE 4 and 3) range: 1..12 items max list, and for each item: LL_00 .. LL_11 default: <NULL> range: 1..12 items max list, and for each item: LL_00 .. LL_11 default: <NULL> range: 1..12 items max list, and for each item: LL_00 .. LL_11 default: <NULL> range: 1..12 items max list, and for each item: LL_00 .. LL_11 default: <NULL> NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for migration) NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for migration) NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for migration) NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

BTS

CRTSWDLLCOM Cli long: circuitSwitchedDataLayerListComp Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS CRTSWDLLPRM Cli long: circuitSwitchedDataLayerListPrimary Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS CRTSWSPELLCOM Cli long: circuitSwitchedSpeechLLComp Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS CRTSWSPELLPRM Cli long: circuitSwitchedSpeechLayerListPrimary Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE

BTS

NONE

BTS

NONE

BTS

NONE

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BR MOC BTS CSCE Cli long: cellScenario Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

BR PARAMETER

RANGE range: URBAN, SUB_URBAN RURAL_QUASI_OPEN, RURAL_OPEN default: URBAN range: HSCSD_FIRST_DOWNGRADE GPRS_FIRST_DOWNGRADE DOWNGRADE_HSCSD_ONLY DOWNGRADE_GPRS_ONLY NO_DOWNGRADE default: GPRS_FIRST_DOWNGRADE

MEDIATION NONE (not sent on Abis )

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

BTS

DGRSTRGY Cli long: downgradeStrategy Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

DIRTCHASS Cli long: directTchAssignment Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS DTXDLFR Cli long: dTxDownLinkFullRate Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS DTXDLHR Cli long: dTxDownLinkHalfRate Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS DTXUL Cli long: dTxUplink Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

range: FALSE, SDCCHMS NOSDCCHMS default: FALSE range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE range: MAYFSHNH SHLFSHNH SHNFSHNH MAYFMAYH SHLFSHLH SHNFSHLH default: SHLFSHNH

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

DUMMY Cli long: dummy Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS EAMR Cli long: enableAMR Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS EAMRWB Cli long: enableAMRWideband Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS EARCLM Cli long: enableEarlyClassmark Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS EARCLMS3G Cli long: earlyClassmarkSending3G Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS EC Cli long: emergencyCall Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS EFCRESEL Cli long: enableFastCellReselection Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS EHDCTR Cli long: enableHistoryOnDroppedCallTrace Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS EHRACT Cli long: enableHrActivation Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS EHRACTAMR Cli long: enableHRActivationAmr Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS ELLCOM Cli long: edgeLayerListComplementary Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS range: TRUE, FALSE default: TRUE range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE range: TRUE, FALSE default: TRUE range: TRUE, FALSE default: TRUE range: 1..12 items max list, and for each item: LL_00 .. LL_11 default: <NULL>

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

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BR PARAMETER ELLPRM Cli long: edgeLayerListPrimary Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS EMPROSDCA Cli long: enableMovingProcedureSDCA Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS ENANCD Cli long: enableNoCallDetection Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS ENDMA Cli long: enableDMA Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS ENPERNOTDE Cli long: enablePeriodicalNotifDedicatedChan Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS EPAT1 Cli long: enhancedPairingThreshold1 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS EPAT2 Cli long: enhancedPairingThreshold2 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS EPRE Cli long: enablePreemption Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS EQ Cli long: enableQueuing Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS FDDMURREP Cli long: fddMultiratReporting Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS FDDQMI Cli long: fddQMin Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

RANGE range: 1..12 items max list, and for each item: LL_00 .. LL_11 default: <NULL> range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE range: DISABLED, ENABLED default: ENABLED range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE unit: 0,01 % range: 0..10000 default: 4000 unit: 0,01 % range: 0..10000 default: 4000 range: ENABLED, DISABLED default: DISABLED range: ENABLED, DISABLED default: DISABLED range: 0..3 default: 0 range: MDB20 MDB18 MDB16 MDB14 MDB12 MDB10 MDB08 MDB06 default: MDB12 range: DB00 DB04 DB06 DB08 DB10 DB12 DB14 default: DB00 range: ALWAYS MDB28 MDB24 MDB20 MDB16 MDB12 MDB08 MDB04 DB00 DB04 DB08 DB12 DB16 DB20 DB24 DB28 default: DB00 range: DB00 DB06 DB12 DB18 DB24 DB30 DB36 DB42 default: DB00 range: RSCP, ECNO default: RSCP

MEDIATION NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for migration) NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for migration) NONE (not sent on Abis)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

BTS

NONE

BTS

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for migration) NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for migration) NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for migration) NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE

BTS

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

FDDQMIO Cli long: fddQMinOffset Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS FDDQO Cli long: fddQOffset Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

FDDREPO Cli long: fddReportOffset Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS FDDREPQTY Cli long: fddReportingQuantity Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS This parameter indicates the reporting quantity for UTRAN FDD cells. FDDREPTH Cli long: fddReportThreshold Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

range: RXLEV_00, RXLEV_06, RXLEV_12, RXLEV_18, RXLEV_24, RXLEV_30, RXLEV_36, NEVER default: RXLEV_00

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

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BR PARAMETER FDDREPTH2 Cli long: fddReportThreshold2 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS FDDRSCPMI Cli long: fddRscpMin Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS range: 0.. 63 default: 0

RANGE

MEDIATION NONE (not sent on Abis)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

BTS

range: MDB115, MDB113, MDB111, MDB109, MDB107, MDB105, MDB103, MDB101, MDB099, MDB097, MDB095, MDB093, MDB091, MDB089, MDB087, MDB085 default: MDB101 range: RATE_01, RATE_02, RATE_03, RATE_04, RATE_05, RATE_06, RATE_07, RATE_08, <NULL> default: RATE_01 range: RATE_01, RATE_02, RATE_03, RATE_04, RATE_05, RATE_06, RATE_07, RATE_08, <NULL> default: RATE_03 range: RATE_01, RATE_02, RATE_03, RATE_04, RATE_05, RATE_06, RATE_07, RATE_08, <NULL> default: RATE_06 range: RATE_01, RATE_02, RATE_03, RATE_04, RATE_05, RATE_06, RATE_07, RATE_08, <NULL> default: RATE_08 range: START_MODE_FR CODEC_MODE_01 CODEC_MODE_02 CODEC_MODE_03 CODEC_MODE_04 default: START_MODE_FR format: threshold-hysteresis unit: threshold: 0.5dB hysteresis: 0.5dB range: threshold: 0..63 [0..31.5dB] hysteresis: 0..15 [0..7.5dB] default: threshold: 7 [3.5 dB] hysteresis: 4 [1.0 dB] format: threshold-hysteresis unit: threshold: 0.5dB hysteresis: 0.5dB range: threshold: 0..63 [0..31.5dB] hysteresis: 0..15 [0..7.5dB] default: threshold: 12 [3.0 dB] hysteresis: 4 [1.0 dB]

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

FHAMRFRC1 Cli long: fhAMRFullRateCodec1 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

FHAMRFRC2 Cli long: fhAMRFullRateCodec2 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

FHAMRFRC3 Cli long: fhAMRFullRateCodec3 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

FHAMRFRC4 Cli long: fhAMRFullRateCodec4 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

FHAMRFRIC Cli long: fhAMRFullRateInitialCodec Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

FHAMRFRTH12 Cli long: fhAMRFullRateThresholds12 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

FHAMRFRTH23 Cli long: fhAMRFullRateThresholds23 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

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BR PARAMETER FHAMRFRTH34 Cli long: fhAMRFullRateThresholds34 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

RANGE format: threshold-hysteresis unit: threshold: 0.5dB hysteresis: 0.5dB range: threshold: 0..63 [0..31.5dB] hysteresis: 0..15 [0..7.5dB] default: threshold: 23 [12.5 dB] hysteresis: 4 [2.0 dB] range: RATE_01, RATE_02, RATE_03, RATE_04, RATE_05, <NULL> default: RATE_01 range: RATE_01, RATE_02, RATE_03, RATE_04, RATE_05, <NULL> default: RATE_02 range: RATE_01, RATE_02, RATE_03, RATE_04, RATE_05, <NULL> default: RATE_03 range: RATE_01, RATE_02, RATE_03, RATE_04, RATE_05, <NULL> default: RATE_04 range: START_MODE_HR CODEC_MODE_01 CODEC_MODE_02 CODEC_MODE_03 CODEC_MODE_04 default: START_MODE_HR format: threshold-hysteresis unit: threshold: 0.5dB hysteresis: 0.5dB range: threshold: 0..63 [0..31.5dB] hysteresis: 0..15 [0..7.5dB] default: threshold: 19 [9.0 dB] hysteresis: 4 [2.0 dB] format: threshold-hysteresis unit: threshold: 0.5dB hysteresis: 0.5dB range: threshold: 0..63 [0..31.5dB] hysteresis: 0..15 [0..7.5dB] default: threshold: 24 [12.0 dB] hysteresis: 4 [2.0 dB] format: threshold-hysteresis unit: threshold: 0.5dB hysteresis: 0.5dB range: threshold: 0..63 [0..31.5dB] hysteresis: 0..15 [0..7.5dB] default: threshold: 30 [15.0 dB] hysteresis: 4 [2.0 dB] range: START_MODE_WFS; CODEC_MODE_01; CODEC_MODE_02; CODEC_MODE_03; default: START_MODE_WFS

MEDIATION NONE (not sent on Abis)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

BTS

FHAMRHRC1 Cli long: fhAMRHalfRateCodec1 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS FHAMRHRC2 Cli long: fhAMRHalfRateCodec2 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS FHAMRHRC3 Cli long: fhAMRHalfRateCodec3 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS FHAMRHRC4 Cli long: fhAMRHalfRateCodec4 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS FHAMRHRIC Cli long: fhAMRHRInitialCodec Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

FHAMRHRTH12 Cli long: fhAMRHalfRateThresholds12 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

FHAMRHRTH23 Cli long: fhAMRHalfRateThresholds23 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

FHAMRHRTH34 Cli long: fhAMRHalfRateThresholds34 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

FHAMRWBFGIC Cli long:fhAMRWBFullrateGmskInitialCodec Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

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BR PARAMETER FHAMRWBFGTH12 Cli long:fhAMRWBFullrateGmskThreshold12 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

RANGE format: threshold-hysteresis unit: threshold: 0.5dB hysteresis: 0.5dB range: threshold: 0..63 [0..31.5dB] hysteresis: 0..15 [0..7.5dB] default: threshold: 17 [8.5 dB] hysteresis: 4 [2.0 dB] format: threshold-hysteresis unit: threshold: 0.5dB hysteresis: 0.5dB range: threshold: 0..63 [0..31.5dB] hysteresis: 0..15 [0..7.5dB] default: threshold: 25 [12.5 dB] hysteresis: 4 [2.0 dB] range: 0.. 10000 default: 3000 range: 0.. 10000 default: 3000 range: 0.. 10000 default: 3000 range: 0.. 10000 default: 3000 range: ALL900, ALLFREQ, <NULL> default: <NULL> range: 1..12 items max list, and for each item: LL_00 .. LL_11 default: <NULL> range: 1..12 items max list, and for each item: LL_00 .. LL_11 default: <NULL> unit: 1 % range: 0..20 default: 0 unit: 0,01 % range: 0..10000 default: 6000 unit: 0,01 % range: 0..10000 default: 6000 unit: 0,01 % range: 0..10000 default: 6000 unit: 0,01 % range: 0..10000 default: 6000 range: 1..12 items max list, and for each item: LL_00 .. LL_11 default: <NULL> range: 1..12 items max list, and for each item: LL_00 .. LL_11 default: <NULL> range: TRUE, FALSE default: TRUE

MEDIATION NONE (not sent on Abis)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

BTS

FHAMRWBFGTH23 Cli long:fhAMRWBFullrateGmskThreshold23 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

FRACTAMRTH1 Cli long:fullRateActivationAMRThreshold1 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS FRACTAMRTH2 Cli long:fullRateActivationAMRThreshold2 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS FRACTTH1 Cli long: fullRateActivationThreshold1 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS FRACTTH2 Cli long: fullRateActivationThreshold2 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS GEXTS Cli long: gprsExtension Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS GLLCOM Cli long: gprsLayerListComplementary Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS GLLPRM Cli long: gprsLayerListPrimary Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS GUARMABIS Cli long: guaranteedMinimumAbis Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS HRACTAMRT1 Cli long: hRActivationAmrThreshold1 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS HRACTAMRT2 Cli long: hRActivationAmrThreshold2 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS HRACTT1 Cli long: hRActivationThreshold1 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS HRACTT2 Cli long: hRActivationThreshold2 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS HSCSDLLCOM Cli long: hscsLayerListComplementary Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS HSCSDLLPRM Cli long: hscsdLayerListPrimary Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS IMSIATDT Cli long: allowImsiAttachDetach Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for migration) NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for migration) NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE

BTS

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for migration) NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for migration) NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE

BTS

NONE

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BR PARAMETER LCBM<n> n:0..3 Cli long: localCellBroadcastMessage<n> Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

RANGE format: <msgid> <page> <reprate#> - <scheme> range: msgid: 0..65534 page: 1..92 characters string reprate: SEC_0002, SEC_0010, SEC_0030, SEC_0060, SEC_0090, SEC_0120, SEC_0150, SEC_0180, SEC_0240, SEC_0360, SEC_0480, SEC_0960, SEC_1920 scheme: GERMAN, ENGLISH, ITALIAN, FRENCH, SPANISH, DUTCH, SWEDISH, DANISH, PORTUGUESE, FINNISH, NORWEGIAN, GREEK, TURKISH, UNSPECIFIED default: <NULL> range: 1.. 10, <NULL> default: <NULL> range: ONE, TWO, FOUR, SEVEN default: FOUR range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE range: NA0..NA9, NA11..NA15, default: ALLALLOWED range: 0..7 default: 1 format: StartTime1-TimerNoCall 1 unit: StartTime1: Time in '1h' TimerNoCall1: Periods of 10min range: StartTime1: H0..H23 TimerNoCall1: 1-432 default: H1-6 format: StartTime2-TimerNoCall2 unit: StartTime2: Time in '1h' TimerNoCall2: Periods of 10min range: StartTime2: NOTUSED, H1..H23 TimerNoCall2: 1-432 default: H6range: 2..9 default: 2 range: 0..3 default: 0 range: 1-4 default: 1

MEDIATION NONE (not sent on Abis)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

BTS

LWWPSPRI Cli long: lowestWPSPriority Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS MAXRETR Cli long: maxNumberRetransmission Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS MEAEXTBCCH Cli long: measureExtraBCCH Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS NALLWACC Cli long: notAllowedAccessClasses Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS NBLKACGR Cli long: noOfBlocksForAccessGrant Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS NCDP1 Cli long: noCallDetectionPeriod1 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

noOfBlocksForAccessGrant= NBLKACGR

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NCDP2 Cli long: noCallDetectionPeriod2 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NFRAMEPG Cli long: noOfMultiFramesBetweenPaging Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS NMULBAC Cli long: nMultibandcell Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS NOCHBLKN Cli long: notificationChannelBlockNumber Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

noOfMFramesBetweenPaging=NFRAMEP G NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

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BR PARAMETER NOCHFBLK Cli long: notificationChannelFirstBlock Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS NSLOTST Cli long: numberOfSlotSpreadTrans Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS PENTIME Cli long: penaltyTime Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS PLMNP Cli long: plmnPermitted Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS PWROFS Cli long: powerOffset Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS QLPUB Cli long: queuingLengthPublic Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS QLWPS Cli long: queuingLengthWPS Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS QSRHC Cli long: qSearchC Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS range: 1..7 default: 1 range: 0..15 default: 10

RANGE

MEDIATION NONE (not sent on Abis)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

nbrOfSlotsSpreadTrans =NSLOTST

BTS

unit: 20s range: 0..31 31= TEMPOFF ignored default: 0 range: 0..255 default: 255 unit: 2dB range: 0-3 0=feature disabled default: 0 range: 1.. 100, <NULL> default: 50 range: 1.. 100, <NULL> default: 0 (=WPS queuing disabled) range: UMDB98 UMDB94 UMDB90 UMDB86 UMDB82 UMDB78 UMDB74 ALWAYS OMDB78 OMDB74 OMDB70 OMDB66 OMDB62 OMDB58 OMDB54 NEVER default: NEVER range: QSEARCHI, ALWAYS default: QSEARCHI range: UMDB98 UMDB94 UMDB90 UMDB86 UMDB82 UMDB78 UMDB74 ALWAYS OMDB78 OMDB74 OMDB70 OMDB66 OMDB62 OMDB58 OMDB54 NEVER default: NEVER range: 0..15 0 = counter value 4 15 = counter value 64 default: 4 unit: 1 dB range: 0..63 0 = less than -110dBm 1 = -110dBm to -109dBm 2 = -109dBm to -108dBm ... 62 = -49dBm to -48dBm 63 = greater than -48dBm default: 6 unit: 1 % range: 70..100 default: 70

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

QSRHCINI Cli long: qSearchCinitial Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS QSRHI Cli long: qSearchI Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

RDLNKTO Cli long: radioLinkTimeout Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS RXLEVAMI Cli long: rxLevAccessMin Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

SDCCHCONGTH Cli long: sdcchCongestionThreshold Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

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BR PARAMETER SERVICEPREF Cli long: servicePreference Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS SLLPRM Cli long: signallingLayerListPrimary Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS SMSCBUSE Cli long: smsCBUsed Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS T3101 Cli long: btsTimer3101 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

RANGE range: CSPREF, PSPREF, <NULL> default: <NULL> range: 1..12 items max list, and for each item: LL_00 .. LL_11 default: <NULL> range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE units: MS100 = 100 ms HLFSEC = 0,5 sec SEC5 = 5s range: 0..255 default: HLFSEC-6 units: MS100 = 100 ms HLFSEC = 0,5 sec SEC5 = 5s range: 0..255 default: HLFSEC-8 units: MS100 = 100 ms HLFSEC = 0,5 sec SEC5 = 5s range: 0..255 default: HLFSEC-1 unit: 1 decihour (6 min) range: 0..255 0 means 'infinite timeout', i.e. periodic loc. updating is not used in the cell.. default: 10 = 60 min. range: 0..3 default: 0 range: ALWAYS MDB28 MDB24 MDB20 MDB16 MDB12 MDB08 MDB04 DB00 DB04 DB08 DB12 DB16 DB20 DB24 DB28 default: DB00 range: DB00 DB06 DB12 DB18 DB24 DB30 DB36 DB42 default: DB00 range: RXLEV_00, RXLEV_06, RXLEV_12, RXLEV_18, RXLEV_24, RXLEV_30, RXLEV_36, NEVER default: RXLEV_00 unit: 10dB range: 0..7, 7= default: 1 range: TRUE, FALSE default: TRUE format: <councerCycle><numberWPS> range: counterCycle: 2 .. 10 numberWPS: 1.. 3 default: 4-1

MEDIATION NONE (not sent on Abis)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis; feature not relevant for migration) NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

T3109 Cli long: btsTimer3109 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

T3111 Cli long: btsTimer3111 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

T3212 Cli long: btsTimer3212 Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

TDDMURREP Cli long: tddMultiratReporting Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS TDDQO Cli long: tddQOffset Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

TDDREPO Cli long: tddReportOffset Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS TDDREPTH Cli long: tddReportThreshold Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

TEMPOFF Cli long: temporaryOffset Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS UMTSSRHPRI Cli long: umtsSearchPriority Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS WPSPREF Cli long: wPSPreference Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

BTS

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

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BR PARAMETER

RANGE ABIS ATTRIBUTES COMING FROM OTHER CLI OBJECTS

MEDIATION

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER

BSC

NETWTYPE Cli long: networkType Abis: networkType (on BTS) Network type, determines the type of network respectively frequency band. The value GSMRAILPUB means that the frequency bands GSMR and GSM900 and DCS1800 can be configured in the cells but, no handover from/to GSMR to one of the other frequency bands is possible.

range: GSMDCS, GSMPCS, GSMR, GSM850PCS, GSM850DCS, GSMRAILPUB GSMDCSTSM, GSMPCSTSM default: GSMDCS

NONE

NONE

PWRC (POC)
PWRC LOWTQUAMRDLFR Cli long: pcLowerThQualAMRDLFR Abis: pcLowerThQualAMRDLFR Range and Step: 0 - 20 (1 dB step size) Default value: 12 dB New parameter is added in BR, the same as already present in BSS. Thus exact mapping from completely new BTS parameter pcLowerThQualAMRDLHR is apllied. BTS amrPocFrPcLThrDlRxQual Range and step < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default value 0.8% - 1.6% (3) With this parameter you define the threshold level of the downlink signal quality measurements for the BTS power increase. Defined for the default FR AMR set BTS amrPocHrPcLThrDlRxQual Range and step < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default value 0.8% - 1.6% (3) With this parameter you define the threshold level of the downlink signal quality measurements for the BTS power increase. Defined for the default HR AMR set. BTS amrPocFrPcLThrUlRxQual Range and step < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default value 0.8% - 1.6% (3) With this parameter you define the threshold level of the downlink signal quality measurements for the MS power increase. Defined for the default FR AMR set. BTS amrPocHrPcLThrUlRxQual Range and step < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default value 0.8% - 1.6% (3) With this parameter you define the threshold level of the downlink signal quality measurements for the BTS power increase. Defined for the default HR AMR set. BTS amrPocFrPcUThrDlRxQual Range and step < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default value < 0.2% (0) With this parameter you define the threshold level of the downlink signal quality measurements for the BTS power decrease. Defined for the default FR AMR set. LOWTQUAD (Extract from Service Group, in case it is used otherwise set it equal to default)

PWRC

LOWTQUAMRDLHR Cli long: pcLowerThQualAMRDLHR Abis: pcLowerThQualAMRDLHR

Range and Step: 0 - 20 (1 dB step size) Default value: 12 dB

New parameter is added in BR, the same as already present in BSS. Thus exact mapping from completely new BTS parameter pcLowerThQualAMRDLHR is apllied.

LOWTQUAD (Extract from Service Group, in case it is used otherwise set it equal to default)

PWRC

LOWTQUAMRULFR Cli long: pcLowerThQualAMRULFR Abis: pcLowerThQualAMRULFR

Range and Step: 0 - 20 (1 dB step size) Default value: 12 dB

New parameter is added in BR, the same as already present in BSS. Thus exact mapping from completely new BTS parameter pcLowerThQualAMRULFR is apllied.

LOWTQUAU (Extract from Service Group, in case it is used otherwise set it equal to default)

PWRC

LOWTQUAMRULHR Cli long: pcLowerThQualAMRULHR Abis: pcLowerThQualAMRULHR

Range and Step: 0 - 20 (1 dB step size) Default value: 12 dB

New parameter is added in BR, the same as already present in BSS. Thus exact mapping from completely new BTS parameter pcLowerThQualAMRULHR is apllied.

LOWTQUAU (Extract from Service Group, in case it is used otherwise set it equal to default)

PWRC

UPTQUAMRDLFR Cli long: pcUpperThQualAMRDLFR Abis: pcUpperThQualAMRDLFR

Range and Step: 0 - 20 (1 dB step size) Default value: 17 dB

New parameter is added in BR, the same as already present in BSS. Thus exact mapping from completely new BTS parameter pcUpperThQualAMRDLFR is apllied.

UPTQUAD (Extract from Service Group, in case it is used otherwise set it equal to default.)

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BR PARAMETER UPTQUAMRDLHR Cli long: pcUpperThQualAMRDLHR Abis: pcUpperThQualAMRDLHR

RANGE Range and Step: 0 - 20 (1 dB step size) Default value: 17 dB

MEDIATION New parameter is added in BR, the same as already present in BSS. Thus exact mapping from completely new BTS parameter pcUpperThQualAMRDLHR is apllied.

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER UPTQUAD (Extract from Service Group, in case it is used otherwise set it equal to default.)

BTS amrPocHrPcUThrDlRxQual Range and step < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default value < 0.2% (0) With this parameter you define the threshold level of the downlink signal quality measurements for the BTS power decrease. Defined for the default HR AMR set. BTS amrPocFrPcUThrUlRxQual Range and step < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default value < 0.2% (0) With this parameter you define the threshold level of the downlink signal quality measurements for the MS power decrease. Defined for the default FR AMR set. BTS amrPocHrPcUThrUlRxQual Range and step < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default value < 0.2% (0) With this parameter you define the threshold level of the downlink signal quality measurements for the MS power decrease. Defined for the default HR AMR set

PWRC

UPTQUAMRULFR Cli long: pcUpperThQualAMRULFR Abis: pcUpperThQualAMRULFR

Range and Step: 0 - 20 (1 dB step size) Default value: 17 dB

New parameter is added in BR, the same as already present in BSS. Thus exact mapping from completely new BTS parameter pcUpperThQualAMRULFR is apllied.

UPTQUAU (Extract from Service Group, in case it is used otherwise set it equal to default.)

PWRC

UPTQUAMRULHR Cli long: pcUpperThQualAMRULHR Abis: pcUpperThQualAMRULHR

Range and Step: 0 - 20 (1 dB step size) Default value: 17 dB

New parameter is added in BR, the same as already present in BSS. Thus exact mapping from completely new BTS parameter pcUpperThQualAMRULHR is apllied.

UPTQUAU (Extract from Service Group, in case it is used otherwise set it equal to default.)

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BR PARAMETER

RANGE (MS and BS) Power Control: BASIC POWER CONTROL format: averaging periodDTX weighting factor unit: 1 SACCH (480ms) (averaging period) range: 1-31 (averaging period) 1-3 (DTX weighting factor) default: 2 (averaging period) 2 (DTX weighting factor)

MEDIATION

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER

PWRC

PAVRLEV Cli long: pcAveragingLev Abis: pcAveragingLev Power control averaging parameters level, defines the averaging parameters for the RXLEV measurements.

Mapped to existing BSS parameters: pcALUlWindowSize pcALUlWeighting

POC pcALDlWindowSize range: 1-32 , (SACCH periods , step 1) default: 4 calculates averaged values from signal strength downlink measurements. pcALDlWeighting range: 1-3 , (step 1) default: 1 define the weighting factor for calculating the averaged values from the signal strength downlink measurements pcALUlWindowSize range: 1-32 , (SACCH periods , step 1) default: 4 calculates averaged values from signal strength uplink measurements. pcALUlWeighting range: 1-3 , (step 1) default: 1 defines the weighting factor for calculating the averaged values from the signal strength uplink measurements

pcALDlWeighting = field DTX weighting factor of PAVRLEV pcALDlWindowSize = field averaging period of PAVRLEV pcALUlWeighting = field DTX weighting factor of PAVRLEV pcALUlWindowSize = field averaging period of PAVRLEV

PWRC

PAVRQUAL Cli long: pcAveragingQual Abis: pcAveragingQual Power control averaging parameters quality, defines the averaging parameters for the RXQUAL measurements

format: averaging periodDTX weighting factor unit: 1 SACCH (480ms) (averaging period) range: 1-31 (averaging period) 1-3 (DTX weighting factor) default: 2 (averaging period) 2 (DTX weighting factor)

Mapped to existing BSS parameters: pcAQLUlWindowSize pcAQLUlWeighting

pcAQLUlWindowSize range: 1-32 , (step 1) default: 4 define the weighting factor for calculating the averaged values from the signal quality uplink measurements pcAQLDlWeighting range: 1-3 , (step 1) default: 1 define the weighting factor for calculating the averaged values from the signal quality downlink measurements. pcAQLDlWindowSize range: 1-32 , (SACCH periods , step 1) default: 4 calculates averaged values from signal strength downlink measurements pcAQLUlWeighting range: 1-3 , (step 1) default: 1 define the weighting factor for calculating the averaged values from the signal quality downlink measurements

POC

pcAQLDlWeighting = field DTX weighting factor of PAVRQUAL pcAQLDlWindowSize = field averaging period of PAVRQUAL pcAQLUlWeighting = field DTX weighting factor of PAVRQUAL pcAQLUlWindowSize = field averaging period of PAVRQUAL

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BR PARAMETER

RANGE

MEDIATION

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC POC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER pcControlInterval = PCONINT

unit: 2 SACCH multiframes PCONINT range: 0..31 Cli long: powerControlInterval default: 2 Abis: powerControlInterval Power control interval, defines the minimum time period (in units of 2 SACCH multiframes) between two consecutive power control decision in case of classic power control, i.e. the BS or MS powe control decision will be suspended by the time defined by PCONINT when a new power level was set. unit: 2 SACCH multiframes PWRCONF range: 1-31 Cli long: powerConfirm default: 2 Abis: powerConfirm Power confirmation interval, defines the maximum interval that the BTS will wait for the confirmation of a newly set RF power level by the MS in units of 2 SACCH multiframes. The timer administered with PWRCONF is started after a new MS power level was set. As long as this timer is running the BTS compares the received MS power level with the requested power level. If the timer expires before the MS confirmed the requested power level the power control decision process is resumed. unit: 2dB range: DB2, DB4 default: DB2 Abis range: range <01 to 02> 01 (=02 dB) 02 (=04 dB) default value: 01 unit: 2dB range: DB2, DB4, DB6 default: DB6 Abis range: range <01 to 03> 01 (=02 dB) 02 (=04 dB) 03 (=06 dB) default value: 03 (BS only) Power Control: range: TRUE, FALSE default: TRUE

Mapped to existing BSS parameter pcControlInterval pcControlInterval ange: 0..31 st:1 default: 2 define the minimum interval between the changes in the radio frequency power level.

PWRC

Set it fixed to default 2

Set it fixed to default 2

NONE

PWRC

PWREDSS Cli long: powerRedStepSize Abis: powerRedStepSize Power reduction step size, defines the step size used when reducing the MS transmit power. In case of classic PWRC (EBSPWRC/EMSPWRC=CLASSI), these step sizes are always applied for power increase, in case of adaptive PWRC they are applied only under special conditions. PWRINCSS Cli long: powerIncrStepSize Abis: powerIncrStepSize Power increase step size, defines the step size used when increasing the MS transmit power. In case of classic PWRC (EBSPWRC/EMSPWRC=CLASSIC), these step sizes are always applied for power increase, in case of adaptive PWRC they are applied only under special conditions.

Mapped to existing BSS parameter pcRedStepSize: powerRedStepSize = pcRedStepSize + 1

pcRedStepSize range 2-4, (step 2) default:2 define the step size for reducing the transmission power of the mobile station.

POC

pcIncrStepSize = PWREDSS: DB2 --> 2 DB4 --> 4

PWRC

Mapped to existing BSS parameter pcIncrStepSize: powerIncrStepSize = pcIncrStepSize + 1

pcIncrStepSize range 2-6, (step 2) default:4 define the step size for increasing the transmission power of the mobile station.

POC

pcIncrStepSize = PWRINCSS: DB2 --> 2 DB4 --> 4 DB6 --> 6

PWRC

EBSPWCR Cli long: enableBSPwrCorrection Abis: enableBSPowerCorrection Enable BS power control correction, this parameter is necessary to ensure full handover functionality if BS power control is enabled while channels are created with frequency hopping system and the hopping system involves the BCCH TRX (baseband frequency hopping only, parameter HOPMODE=BBHOP

Set default value: TRUE

NONE

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BR PARAMETER EBSPWRC Cli long: enableBSPowerControl Abis: enableBSPowerControl Enable BS power control, determines whether the BTS dynamically adjusts its sending power according to the current radio conditions (on non-BCCH carriers).

RANGE range: CLASSIC, ADAPTIVE, DISABLED default: ADAPTIVE

MEDIATION if (pcControlEnabled == 0) EBSPWRC = DISABLE; else if (powerDecrQualFactor == 0) EBSPWRC = CLASSIC else EBSPWRC =ADAPTIVE

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER switch (EBSPWRC) case DISABLED: { pcControlEnabled = 0 } case CLASSIC { pcControlEnabled = 1 powerDecrQualFactor = 0 } case ADAPTIVE { pcControlEnabled = 1 powerDecrQualFactor = 1 }

POC pcControlEnabled Range and step power control is disabled (N) (0), power control is enabled (Y) (1) Default value power control is enabled (Y) (1) With this parameter you indicate whether the BTS power control is enabled. Power Decr Qual Factor (powerDecrQualFactor) Range and step Disabled (0), Enabled (1) Default value Enabled (1) With this parameter you enable or disable the MS power decrease due to signal quality with the defined variable power change step size. This is done when the uplink signal level is lower than the optimum uplink RF signal level and the averaged signal quality equals the quality threshold. The parameter also has an effect on the size of the power decrease step.

PWRC

LOWTLEVD Cli long: pcLowerThresholdLevDL Abis: pcLowerThresholdLevDL Power control lower threshold level downlink, defines the lower threshold of the received signal level on the downlink for power increase.

unit: 1 dB range: 0..63 0 = less than -110dBm 1 = -110dBm 2 = -109dBm ... 62 = -48dBm 63 = greater than -48dBm default: 25 unit: 1 dB range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I] default: 12

Mapped to existing BSS parameter pcLowerThresholdsLevDLRxLevel

POC pcLowerThresholdsLevDLRxLevel range: -110 -47 dBm st:1 default: -85 dBm compare the averaged values of signal quality downlink measurements for triggering the power control process. Rx level: Threshold level for a downlink power increase.

pcLowerThresholdsLevDLRxLevel = LOWTLEVD

PWRC

LOWTQUAD Cli long: pcLowerThresholdQualDL Abis: pcLowerThresholdQualDL Power control lower threshold quality downlink, defines the lower threshold of the received signal quality on the downlink for power increase.

Mapped to existing BSS parameter pcLTQualDlRxQual

pcLTQualDlRxQual POC range: < 0.2% (0), 0.2%-0.4% (1), 0.4%-0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6%-3.2% (4), 3.2%-6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) default: 0.8%-1.6% (3) compare the averaged values of signal quality downlink measurements for triggering the power control process. Rx qual: Threshold level for a downlink power increase.

pcLTQualDlRxQual = LOWTQUAD 0 -> 7, 1 -> 7, 2-> 7, 3->7, 4->7, 5 ->6 , 6 -> 6, 7 -> 6, 8 -> 6 9 -> 5, 10 -> 5 11 -> 4, 12 -> 4, 13 ->4 14 -> 3, 15 -> 3 16 -> 2 , 17 -> 2 18 -> 1, 19 -> 1 20 -> 0

PWRC

PCMBSTXPRL Cli long: pcMaxBsTxPowerRedLev Abis: pcMaxBsTxPowerRedLev defines the maximum allowed dynamic power reduction.

unit: 1 power reduction step = 2dB range: 0..15 default: 15

Mapped to existing BSS parameter bsTxPwrMin

bsTxPwrMin POC Range and step 0...30 dB, step 2 dB Default value 30 dB To identify the minimum transmission power of the BTS as an attenuation from the peak power of the TRX.: pcUpperThresholdsLevDLRxLevel range: -110 -47 dBm st:1 default: -70 dBm compare the averaged values of signal quality downlink measurements for triggering the power control process. Rx level: Threshold level for a downlink power reduction POC

bsTxPwrMin=PCMBSTXPRL

PWRC

UPTLEVD Cli long: pcUpperThresholdLevDL Abis: pcUpperThresholdLevDL Power control upper threshold level downlink, defines the upper threshold of the received signal level on the downlink for power reduction.

unit: 1 dB range: 0..63 default: 36

Mapped to existing BSS parameter pcUpperThresholdsLevDLRxLevel

pcUpperThresholdsLevDLRxLevel=UPTL EVD

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BR PARAMETER UPTQUAD Cli long: pcUpperThresholdQualDL Abis: pcUpperThresholdQualDL Power control upper threshold quality downlink, defines the upper threshold of the received signal quality on the downlink for power reduction.

RANGE unit: 1 dB range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I] default: 17

MEDIATION Mapped to existing BSS parameter pcUTQualDlRxQual

BSS PARAMETER pcUTQualDlRxQual range: < 0.2% (0), 0.2%-0.4% (1), 0.4%-0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6%-3.2% (4), 3.2%-6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) default: < 0.2% (0) compare the averaged values of signal quality downlink measurements for triggering the power control process. Rx qual: Threshold level for a downlink power reduction.

BSS MOC POC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER pcUTQualDlRxQual = UPTQUAD 0 -> 7, 1 -> 7, 2-> 7, 3->7, 4->7, 5 ->6 , 6 -> 6, 7 -> 6, 8 -> 6 9 -> 5, 10 -> 5 11 -> 4, 12 -> 4, 13 ->4 14 -> 3, 15 -> 3 16 -> 2 , 17 -> 2 18 -> 1, 19 -> 1 20 -> 0

(MS only) Power Control PWRC EMSPWRC Cli long: enableMSPowerControl Abis: enableMsPowerControl Enable MS power control, determines whether the BTS instructs the MS to dynamically adjust its sending power according to the current radio conditions range: CLASSIC, ADAPTIVE, DISABLED default: ADAPTIVE if (pcControlEnabled == 0) EMSPWRC = DISABLE; else if (powerDecrQualFactor) == 0) EMSPWRC = CLASSIC else EMSPWRC =ADAPTIVE powerDecrQualFactor POC switch (EMSPWRC) case DISABLED: { pcControlEnabled = 0 } case CLASSIC { pcControlEnabled = 1 powerDecrQualFactor = 0 } case ADAPTIVE { pcControlEnabled = 1 powerDecrQualFactor = 1 } POC pcLowerThresholsLevULRxLevel range: -110 -47 dBm st:1 default: -85 dBm compare the averaged values of signal quality uplink measurements for triggering the power control process. Rx level: Threshold level for a downlink power increase. pcLowerThresholsLevULRxLevel=LOWT LEVU

PWRC

LOWTLEVU Cli long: pcLowerThresholdLevUL Abis: pcLowerThresholdLevUL Power control lower threshold level uplink, defines the lower threshold of the received signal level on the uplink for power increase.

unit: 1 dB range: 0..63 0 = less than -110dBm 1 = -110dBm 2 = -109dBm ... 62 = -48dBm 63 = greater than -48dBm default: 25 unit: 1 dB range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I] default: 12

Mapped to existing BSS parameter pcLowerThresholsLevULRxLevel

PWRC

LOWTQUAU Cli long: pcLowerThresholdQualUL Abis: pcLowerThresholdQualUL Power control lower threshold quality uplink, defines the lower threshold of the received signal quality on the uplink for power increase.

Mapped to existing BSS parameter pcLTQualUlRxQual

pcLTQualUlRxQual range: < 0.2% (0), 0.2%-0.4% (1), 0.4%-0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6%-3.2% (4), 3.2%-6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) default: 0.8%-1.6% (3) compare the averaged values of signal quality uplink measurements for triggering the power control process. Rx qual: Threshold level for an uplink power increase

POC

pcLTQualUlRxQual = LOWTQUAU 0 -> 7, 1 -> 7, 2-> 7, 3->7, 4->7, 5 ->6 , 6 -> 6, 7 -> 6, 8 -> 6 9 -> 5, 10 -> 5 11 -> 4, 12 -> 4, 13 ->4 14 -> 3, 15 -> 3 16 -> 2 , 17 -> 2 18 -> 1, 19 -> 1 20 -> 0

PWRC

UPTLEVU Cli long: pcUpperThresholdLevUL Abis: pcUpperThresholdLevUL Power control upper threshold level uplink, defines the upper threshold of the received signal level on the uplink for power reduction.

unit: 1 dB range: 0..63 default: 36 (see )

Mapped to existing BSS parameter pcUpperThresholdsLevULRxLevel

pcUpperThresholdsLevULRxLevel POC range: -110 -47 st:1 default: -70 compare the averaged values of signal quality uplink measurements for triggering the power control process. Rx level: Threshold level for an uplink power reduction.

pcUpperThresholdsLevULRxLevel=UPTL EVU

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BR PARAMETER UPTQUAU Cli long: pcUpperThresholdQualUL Abis: pcUpperThresholdQualUL Power control upper threshold quality uplink, defines the upper threshold of the received signal quality on the uplink for power reduction.

RANGE unit: 1 dB range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I] default: 17

MEDIATION Mapped to existing BSS parameter pcUTQualUlRxQual

BSS PARAMETER pcUTQualUlRxQual range: < 0.2% (0), 0.2%-0.4% (1), 0.4%-0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6%-3.2% (4), 3.2%-6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) default: < 0.2% (0) compare the averaged values of signal quality uplink measurements for triggering the power control process. Rx qual: Threshold level for an uplink power reduction.

BSS MOC POC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER pcUTQualUlRxQual = UPTQUAU 0 -> 7, 1 -> 7, 2-> 7, 3->7, 4->7, 5 ->6 , 6 -> 6, 7 -> 6, 8 -> 6 9 -> 5, 10 -> 5 11 -> 4, 12 -> 4, 13 ->4 14 -> 3, 15 -> 3 16 -> 2 , 17 -> 2 18 -> 1, 19 -> 1 20 -> 0

Derived Handover Power (GENERAL) PWRC ADDPATHLDBC Cli long: additionalPathLossDualBandCell Abis: additionalPathLossDBC This attribute is used in dual band cells (concentric cell and dual band standard cell) to define the estimated pathloss difference between the pathloss for the BCCH TRX and the pathloss for TRX in the band different from that of the BCCH. (e.g. pathloss1900 pathloss850 in case of dual band PCS1900/GSM850 cell). PWRC DERHOPWRSM Cli long: derivedHOPowerSecMargin Abis: derivedHOPowerSecMarg Derived Handover Power Security Margin, this parameter is only relevant if for this cell the feature 'Derived Handover Power' is applied (ADJC prm EDLDERHOPWR & EULDERHOPWR) and defines a value that is added to the DHP MS Power and BS Power values that were calculated based on RXLEV and C/I criteria. It is applied as a safety margin that is supposed to equalize possible measurement and adjustment tolerances of the involved entities.

range: -20..20, <NULL> unit: dBm default: configuration dependent

range: 0..12 unit: 1 dB default: 5 [dB]

Set it to a pool of fixed values according to the BTS band: switch (BCCH BAND) { GSM900 : if (GSMDCS) then set it to +10dB GSM850 : if (GSM850PCS or GSM850DCS) then set it to +10dB DCS1800 : if (GSMDCS or GSM850DCS) then set it to -10dB PCS1900: if (GSM850PCS) then set it to 10dB Mapped to new BSS parameter derivedHOPowerSecMargin derivedHOPowerSecMargin range: 0..12 unit: 1 dB default: 5 [dB] with this parameter you define the derived handover power security margin. This parameter is only relevant if the feature Derived Handover Power is applied for this cell with adjacent cell parameter Enable Derived Handover Power. With this parameter you define a value that is added to the DHP MS Power and BS Power values that were calculated based on RXLEV and C/I criteria. It is applied as a safety margin that is supposed to equalize possible measurement and adjustment tolerances of the involved entities. Parameter is valid only for BTSplus site type

NONE

POC

NONE

PWRC

PWRC

EDLDERHOPWR Cli long: enableDLDerivedHOPower Abis: enableDLDerivedHOPower ESTDLINT Cli long: estimateDLInterference Abis: estDLInterference This attribute is used to define the estimated downlink interference in those areas of the cell where incoming better cell handovers might occur.

Derived Handover Power (DOWNLINK) No DL power optimization feature in BSS Set it fixed to default (FALSE) range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE range: -90..40 unit: dBm default: -80 [dBm] Mapped to new BSS parameter estimateDLInterference POC estimateDLInterference range: -90..40 unit: dBm default: -80 [dBm] Estimated DL Interference - with this parameter you define the estimated downlink interference in those areas of the cell where incoming better cell handovers might occur. Parameter is valid only for BTSplus.

NONE

NONE

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BR MOC PWRC

BR PARAMETER MDLPWRRED Cli long: maxDLPowerReduction Abis: maxDLPowerReduction This attribute defines the maximum power reduction, in downlink direction, that is used by the BTS after Channel Assignment. range: 0..12 unit: 1 dB default: 6 [dB]

RANGE

MEDIATION Mapped to new BSS parameter maxDLPowerReduction

BSS PARAMETER maxDLPowerReduction range: 0..12 unit: 1 dB default: 6 [dB] Max DL Power Reduction - with this parameter you define the maximum power reduction, in downlink direction, that is used by the BTS after Channel Assignment. Parameter is valid only for BTSplus site type.

BSS MOC POC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

Derived Handover Power (UPLINK) ADJC EULDERHOPWR Cli long: enableULDerivedHOPower Abis: enableULDerivedHOPower MULPWRRED Cli long: maxULPowerReduction Abis: maxULPowerReduction This attribute defines the maximum power reduction, in uplink direction, that is ordered via the Handover Command to the involved MS. range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE range: 0..12 unit: 1 dB default: 6 [dB] Set it fixed to default (FALSE) NONE

PWRC

Mapped to new BSS parameter maxULPowerReduction

maxULPowerReduction range: 0..12 unit: 1 dB default: 6 [dB] Max UL Power Reduction - with this parameter you define the maximum power reduction, in uplink direction, that is ordered via the Handover Command to the involved MS. Parameter is valid only for BTSplus.

POC

NONE

Service dependent Power Control PWRC SG<nn>PCPAR (nn:1..16) Cli long: sg<nn>PowerControlParms Abis: NOT_ON_ABIS range: <NULL>, n fields with ranges in correspondence with the PWRC parameters they represent. default: <NULL> Not sent on Abis (feature not relevant for migration)

PWRC

EPWCRLFW Cli long: enablePowerControlRLFW Abis: enablePowerControlRLFW This attribute indicates whether the MS and BS power control procedure due to radio link failure warning is enabled or disabled. PCRLFTH Cli long: pcRLFThreshold Abis: pcRLFThreshold This attribute defines the threshold value for the radio link counter for RLF warning detection.

Power Control Indication due to link failure warning range: TRUE, FALSE Set fixed to default (TRUE) default: TRUE

NONE

PWRC

range: 0..64 default: 18

Set it to fixed default value 18

NONE

PWRC

range: 4-64 SACCH multiframes RDLNKTBS step size: 4 (range 4, 8, 12, ... 60, 64) Cli long: radioLinkTimeoutBs default: 20 Abis: radioLinkTimeoutBs The radioLinkTimeout attribute is used to indicate the maximum value of the radio link counter needed to detect a radio link failure in the BS. The radio link failure criterion is based on the radio link counter called 'S'. If the BS is unable to decode a SACCH message, S is decreased by 1, while in the case of a successful reception of a SACCH message, S is increased by 2. In any case, S shall not exceed the value of RDLNKTBS. If S reaches 0, a radio link failure shall be signalled to BSC.

Parameter removed

NONE

HAND (HOC)

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BR MOC HAND

BR PARAMETER HOLTHQAMRULHR Cli long: hoLowerThQualAMRULHR Abis: hoLowerThQualAMRULHR

RANGE Range and Step: 0 - 20 (1 dB step size) Default value 8

MEDIATION New parameter is added in BR, the same as already present in BSS. Thus exact mapping from completely new BTS parameter hoLowerThQualAMRULHR is apllied.

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

BTS amrHoHrThrUlRxQual Range and step < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default value 1.6% - 3.2% (4) With this parameter you define the threshold level of the signal quality uplink measurements for triggering the handover. Defined for the default AMR HR set. BTS amrHoFrThrUlRxQual Range and step < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default value 1.6% - 3.2% (4) With this parameter you define the threshold level of the signal quality uplink measurements for triggering the handover. Defined for the default AMR FR set. BTS amrHoFrThrDlRxQual Range and step < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default value 1.6% - 3.2% (4) With this parameter you define the threshold level of the signal quality downlink measurements for triggering the handover. Defined for the default AMR FR set BTS

HAND

HOLTHQAMRULFR Cli long: hoLowerThQualAMRULFR Abis: hoLowerThQualAMRULFR

Range and Step: 0 - 20 (1 dB step size) Default value 8

New parameter is added in BR, the same as already present in BSS. Thus exact mapping from completely new BTS parameter hoLowerThQualAMRULFR is apllied.

NONE

HAND

HOLTHQAMRDLFR Cli long: hoLowerThQualAMRDLFR Abis: hoLowerThQualAMRDLFR

Range and Step: 0 - 20 (1 dB step size) Default value 8

New parameter is added in BR, the same as already present in BSS. Thus exact mapping from completely new BTS parameter hoLowerThQualAMRDLFR is apllied.

NONE

HAND

HOLTHQAMRDLHR Cli long: hoLowerThQualAMRDLHR Abis: hoLowerThQualAMRDLHR HOLTHQAMRFR Cli long: hoLowerThQualAMRDLFRIN Abis: hoLowerThQualAMRDLFRIN

Range and Step: 0 - 20 (1 dB step size) Default value 8

New parameter is added in BR, the same as already amrHoHrThrDlRxQual present in BSS. Thus exact mapping from completely new BTS parameter hoLowerThQualAMRDLFR is apllied. New parameter is added in BR, the same as already present in BSS. Thus exact mapping from completely new BTS parameter hoLowerThQualAMRDLFRIN is apllied.

HAND

Range and Step: 0 - 20 (1 dB step size) Default value 8

BTS amrHoFrInHoThrDlRxQual Range and step < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default value < 0.2% (0) With this parameter you define the threshold level of the signal quality downlink and uplink measurements for triggering the intra-cell handover process for an AMR FR call in order to switch it to an AMR HR call. BTS amrHoHrInHoThrDlRxQual Range and step < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default value 1.6% - 3.2% (4) With this parameter you define the threshold level of the signal quality downlink and uplink measurements for triggering the intra-cell handover process for an AMR HR call in order to switch it to an AMR FR call.

NONE

HAND

HOLTHQAMRHR Cli long: hoLowerThQualAMRDLHRIN Abis: hoLowerThQualAMRDLHRIN

Range and Step: 0 - 20 (1 dB step size) Default value 8

New parameter is added in BR, the same as already present in BSS. Thus exact mapping from completely new BTS parameter hoLowerThQualAMRDLHRIN is apllied.

NONE

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BR MOC HAND

BR PARAMETER

RANGE

MEDIATION Set it fixed to 30 dB to give preference to AMR

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

range: -30.. 30 (dB) ADVCMPHOOAMR=6 default: 6 (dB) Advanced compression handover offset AMR unit: 1dB Cli long: advComprHOffsetAMR Abis: advComprHoOffsetAMR This attribute maybe used to give preference to the selection of either AMR or non-AMR calls for a compression handover. Normally of all calls fulfilling the advanced compression rules the one with the highest sum of C/I and power reduction level (PL) is being selected (per SACCH multiframe). For an AMR call additionally the value of this attribute is being added (i.e. sum of C/I + PL + advComprHoOffsetAMR) before being compared to the other calls suitable for compression. Therefore positive dB values of this attribute will give preference to AMR calls (default), negative dB values to non-AMR calls and a 0dB value will rate both call types equally.

HAND

ALEVFULHO=2-1 Handover averaging parameters for fast uplink handover decision Cli long: averagedLevFastULHo Abis: averagedLevFastULHo It defines two averaging parameters for FUHO (Fast Uplink Handover) signal strength measurements, used for fast uplink handover decision. The first field, aLevFuHo, defines the averaging window size (that is smaller than the normal window size), the second one, wLevFuho, indicates the averaging weighting factor.

range: 1-31 (averaging period) 1-3 (DTX weight. factor) default: 2 (averaging period) 1 (DTX weighting factor) unit: 1 SACCH multiframe (averaging period)

Field averaging period mapped to existing BSS parameter modifiedAveWinNCell; field DTX weight mapped fixed to default 1

HOC modifiedAveWinNCell Range and step 1...32, step 1 Default value 2 With this parameter you indicate the new averaging window size of the serving cell and adjacent cell. A new averaging window is employed after the deep dropping edge in serving cell signal is detected. No modified weighting factor in BSS

NONE

HAND

AMRACMRDL=5 Handover averaging parameters for AMR CODEC MODE REQUESTs Cli long: aMRAveragedCMRDL Abis: aMRAveragedCMRDL This attribute defines the size of the averaging window for Codec Mode Requests (CMR's) received from the MS during an AMR (Adaptive MultiRate) call. Parameter settings larger than 31 are resulting in a size of 31. In case of Satellites Links (Abis or Asub) the parameter is ignored.

range: 1..31 default: 5 unit: 1 CMR

Mapped to existing BSS parameter slowAmrLaEnabled according to the rule: if slowAmrLaEnabled=0 then AMRACMRDL=1; else AMRACMRDL=3

slowAmrLaEnabled BSC Description with this parameter you define the AMR link adaptation (LA) mode within the BSS. Range and step fast LA mode is used (N) (0), enable slow AMR LA mode (Y) (1) Default value: fast LA mode is used (N) (0)

NONE

HAND

range: TRUE, FALSE CCDIST=FALSE default: FALSE Enable concentric cell distance handover Cli long: enableConCellDist Abis: enableConCellDist The attribute enables/disables whether the distance should also have an impact on the intracell handover decision in addition to the (HORXLVDLI) hoRxlevDLinner [Hand-B.36] (HORXLVDLO) hoRxlevDLouter [Hand-B.37] within the concentric cell intracell handover algorithm. The distance criteria is NOT applicable for mixed (Dual Band) cells.

Parameter removed (HO due to distance in concentric cells is not supported)

NONE

HAND

range: TRUE, FALSE DPBGTHO=FALSE default: FALSE Dynamic power budget handover Cli long: enableDelayPowerBudgetHo Abis: enableDelayPowerBudgetHO This attribute indicates whether the speed sensitive handover decision algorithm is enabled or not. This attribute enables/disables the mobile speed sensitivity of the following handovers: - Power Budget handover from a GSM serving cell to a GSM neighbour cell Power Budget handover from a GSM serving cell to an UMTS neighbour cell - Sufficient UMTS coverage handover from a GSM serving cell to an UMTS neighbour cell.

Parameter mapped to existing BSS parameter msSpeedDetectionState according to the rule:

msSpeedDetectionState Range and step 0...100, step 1 0 (MS speed algorithm is used for handover between macro and micro layers), 1-100 (variable window size feature is used and the parameter indicates the scaling factor for averaging window size) Default value 0 With this parameter you indicate the method used for MS speed detection algorithm.

HOC

if DPBGTHO = TRUE msSpeedDetectionState = 100 if DPBGTHO = FALSE msSpeedDetectionState = 0

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BR MOC HAND

BR PARAMETER

RANGE

MEDIATION This flag is set according to the formula: enableDTMPowerBdgtHO(HAND) = FALSE; For (all ADCE) if (dtmPowerBudgetMargin(ADCE) == 63) { hoMarginDTM(ADCE) = 255; /* insert big margin that HO is very unlikely towards this cell */ } else { enableDTMPowerBdgtHO(HAND) = TRUE; /* one ADCE has a value !=63 in BSC3i database so enable DTM PBGT HO */ hoMarginDTM(ADJC(ADCE))) = (dtmPowerBudgetMargin(ADCE) + 39) ; /* convert range with 0 meaning -24dB to 0 meaning -63dB; 6324 =39) */ } endfor (all ADCE) If ( DTMenabled=1) priorityLayerDTMown = hcsPriorityClass *2 else priorityLayerDTMown = lowest priority (15) DTMenabled hcsPriorityClass

BSS PARAMETER dtmPowerBudgetMargin hoMarginDTM

BSS MOC ADCE

CONVERTION in EXPORTER dtmPowerBudgetMargin = if ([Hand] DTMPBGTHO ==FALSE) { dtmPowerBudgetMargin = 87 /* 63 dB */ } else { dtmPowerBudgetMargin = [ADJC] DTMHOM - 39 }

range: TRUE, FALSE DTMPBGTHO=FALSE default: FALSE DTM power budget handover handling enabled Cli long: dTMPowerBudgetHandover Abis: enableDTMPowerBdgtHO This attribute determines whether handover due to DTM power budget is enabled. This flag is only relevant if inter-cell handover is enabled in the cell (INTERCH=TRUE). DTM Power budget handover means: handover to another cell if this cell offers a higher transmission level (irrespective of whether the power level of the actual cell is above the minimum or not). If DTMPBGTHO = FALSE, the present algorithm is not applied such that handover for a MS in DTM mode is handled.

HAND

DTMPL=0 DTM Priority layer Cli long: dTMPriorityLayer Abis: priorityLayerDTMown If hierarchical cell handover is enabled (HIERC=TRUE) This attribute determines the DTM priority layer of the own cell. This priority is only evaluated for the Power Budget handover decision. The priority layers of the neighbor cells are administered in the ADJC object). EADVCMPDCMHO=<NULL> Enable advanced compression decompression handover Cli long: enableAdvComprDecomprHO Abis: enableAdvComprDecomprHO This attribute is used to enable/disable the advanced Compression/Decompression Handover algorithm. The advanced algorithm considers the current power control situation when deciding on whether to compress (HO from FR to HR) or decompress (HO from HR to FR) a cell. A change of the attribute becomes effective in the next SACCH multiframe.

range: 0..15 0 = highest priority 15 = lowest priority default: 0

BTS

NONE

HAND

range: TRUE, FALSE, <NULL> default: TRUE

Set it fixed to default (TRUE)

NONE

HAND

EADVCMPHOAMR=FALSE Enable Advanced compression Handover for AMR Cli long: enableAdvComprHoAMR Abis: enableAdvComprHOAMR Selection of AMR HR capable mobiles as candidate for compression handover.

range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

Mapped to new parameter in BSS enableAdvComprHOAMR

enableAdvComprHOAMR range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE Selection of AMR HR capable mobiles as candidate for compression handover.

HOC

NONE

HAND

range: TRUE, FALSE EADVCMPHOSC=FALSE default: FALSE Enable Advanced compression Handover for speech calls (nonAMR) Cli long: enableAdvComprHoSC Abis: enableAdvComprHOSC Selection of GSM HR capable mobiles as candidate for compression handover. range: TRUE, FALSE EFULHO=FALSE default: FALSE Enable Fast Uplink handover Cli long: enableFastUpLinkHo Abis: enableFastULHo This attribute allows to enable or disable the Fast Uplink Handover.

Paremeter removed (Compresion HO for non AMR HR feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

HAND

Parameter mapped to existing BSS parameter enaFastAveHo

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enaFastAveHo Range and step method is disabled (N) (0), method is enabled (Y) (1) Default value method is disabled (N) (0) With this parameter you indicate whether the Fast Handover Measurement Averaging Method is enabled after handovers and in the new TCH.

HOC

if EFULHO = TRUE enaFastAveHo=1; if EFULHO = FALSE enaFastAveHo=0;

BR MOC HAND

BR PARAMETER ELEVHOM=FALSE Enable level handover margin Cli long: enableLevHOMargin Abis: enableLevHOMargin This attribute indicates if level handover margin (RXLEV_NCELL(n) > RXLEV_DL + LHOMARGIN) is enabled or disabled.

RANGE range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

MEDIATION Mapped to existing BSS parameter enableHoMarginLevQual

BSS PARAMETER enableHoMarginLevQual Range and step not used (N) (0), used (Y) (1) Default value used (Y) (1) With this parameter you define whether the handover margins for signal level and quality will be taken into account in the handover decision algorithm. enableHoMarginLevQual Range and step not used (N) (0), used (Y) (1) Default value used (Y) (1) With this parameter you define whether the handover margins for signal level and quality will be taken into account in the handover decision algorithm.

BSS MOC ADCE

CONVERTION in EXPORTER if ELEVHOM or ENAQUALEVHOM = FALSE enableHoMarginLevQual=0 if ELEVHOM or ENAQUALEVHOM = TRUE: enableHoMarginLevQual= 1

HAND

range: TRUE, FALSE ENAQUALEVHOM=FALSE default: FALSE Enable level handover margin for quality handover Cli long: enableQualityLeveHOMargin Abis: enableQualLevHOMargin The attribute enableQualLevHOMargin indicates whether level handover margin for Quality Handover is enabled or disabled. In addition to normal handover margin only cells are taken into account for handover decision which DL power level exeeds the DL power level of the serving cell by a configurable margin (QUALLEVHOM) qualLevelHoMargin [ADJC-9].. range: TRUE, FALSE ERUDGR=FALSE default: FALSE Enable rate up-/downgrade Cli long: enableRateUpDowngrade Abis: enableRateUpDowngrade This flag indicates whether evaluations for rate up-downgrading for 14.4kbit/s data services are enabled or disabled.

Mapped to existing BSS parameter enableHoMarginLevQual

ADCE

if ELEVHOM or ENAQUALEVHOM = FALSE enableHoMarginLevQual=0 if ELEVHOM or ENAQUALEVHOM = TRUE: enableHoMarginLevQual= 1

HAND

Mapped to existing BSS parameter enableAla

POC enableAla Range and step automatic link adaptation is disabled (N) (0), automatic link adaptation is enabled (Y) (1) Default value automatic link adaptation is disabled (N) (0) With this parameter you switch on and off the automatic link adaptation function where the channel coding is changed between 14.4 kbit/s and 9.6 kbit/s.

if ERUDGR= TRUE enableAla= 1 if ERUDGR= FALSE enableAla= 0

HAND

EUBCHO=FALSE Enable UMTS better cell handover Cli long: enableBetterCellHoToUmts Abis: enableUmtsBetterCellHO This attribute is used to enable/disable "Better Cell " HO to UMTS. EUHO=FALSE Enable UMTS handover Cli long: enableHoFromGsmToUmts Abis: enableUmtsHO This attribute is used to enable/disable GSM to UMTS handovers.

range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration)

HAND

range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

Set fixed to TRUE for migration

NONE

HAND

range: TRUE, FALSE EUIMPHO=FALSE default: FALSE Enable UMTS imperative handover Cli long: enableImperativeHoToUmts Abis: enableUmtsImperativeHO This attribute is used to enable/disable "Imperative " HO to UMTS . EUSCHO=FALSE Enable UMTS sufficient coverage handover Cli long: enableSufficientUmtsCoverageHoToUmts Abis: enableUmtsSuffCovHO This attribute is used to enable/disable Sufficient Coverage Handover to UMTS. EXTCHO=FALSE Enable extended cell handover Cli long: enableExtendedCellHo Abis: enableExtendedCellHO This flag is used to enable the handover handling on the extended cell. range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

HAND

Set fixed to TRUE for migration

NONE

HAND

range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

Set to TRUE if radiusExtension > 0, else FALSE

radiusExtension BTS Range and step 0...67 km, step 1 km default: 0 km With this parameter you define the radius extension of an extended cell.

radiusExtension=0

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BR MOC HAND

BR PARAMETER HIERC=FALSE Hierarchical Cell Handover Cli long: enableHierarchicalCellHo Abis: enableHierarchicalCellHO The attribute indicates whether the ranking of the target cells based on the priority layer is enabled or disabled. HIERF=RANK0 Hierarchical cell ranking flag Cli long: hierarchicalCellRankFlag Abis: hierarchicalCellRankFlag The attribute is used to switch between two alternative ranking methods in case of imperative handover.

RANGE range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

MEDIATION Mapped to existing BSS parameter enableUmbrellaHo

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER enableUmbrellaHo if HIERC= TRUE enableUmbrellaHo=1 if HIERC= FALSE enableUmbrellaHo=0 NONE

HOC enableUmbrellaHo Range and step handover is disabled (N) (0), handover is enabled (Y)(1) Default value handover is disabled (N) (0) With this parameter you indicate whether the BTS umbrella handover is enabled.

HAND

Set if fixed to RANK0 range: RANK0, RANK1 default: RANK0 Rank0 All cells where rxlev_ncell > rxLevMinCell + max(0,PA) are sorted in increasing order of priority where PBGT hoMargin > 0, followed by those cells where PBGT - hoMargin < 0 in increasing order of priority. Having the same priority the cells are sorted by PBGT - hoMargin. Rank1 All cells where rxlev_ncell > rxLevMinCell + max(0,PA) are subdivided into two sublists: 1. The upper sublist consists of all cells with: rxlev_ncell > rxLevMinCell+max(0,PA)+ levelOffsetNcell 2. The lower sublist consists of all cells with: rxlev_ncell <= rxLevMinCell+max(0,PA)+ levelOffsetNcell. Within each sublist the cells are ordered according to their priority. Cells with the same priority are ordered according to the value of PBGT - hoMargin.

HAND

range: 1-31 HOAVDIST=8 default: 8 Handover averaging window for distance handover unit: 1 SACCH multiframe=480ms Cli long: hoAveragingDistance Abis: hoAveragingDistance This attribute defines the averaging window size for timing advance values (absolute MS-BTS distance), used for handover decision.

Mapped to existing BSS parameter msDistanceAveragingParamHreqave

msDistanceAveragingParamHreqave HOC Range and step 1...32, step 1 Default value 10 The parameter is the averaging parameter for triggering the handover process because the MS is out of the cell boundary. With this parameter you define the number of SACCH multiframes over which the averaging is done.

msDistanceAveragingParamHreqave=HOA VDIST

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BR MOC HAND

BR PARAMETER HOAVLEV=4-2 Handover averaging parameters for level handover Cli long: hoAveragingLev Abis: hoAveragingLev This attribute defines two averaging parameters for the uplink and downlink signal strength measurements, used for handover decision.

RANGE format: averaging period DTX weighting factor (averaging period) range: 1..31 (averaging period) 1..3 (DTX weight. factor) default: 4 (averaging period) 2 (DTX weighting factor) unit: 1 SACCH multiframe=480ms

MEDIATION Mapped to existing BSS parameters according to the rule: (averaging period) = min ( Level Downlink Window Size, Level Uplink Window Size) (DTX weight. factor) = min ( Level Downlink Weighting, Level Uplink Weighting)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER Level Downlink Weighting =Field DTX weighting factor of HOAVLEV Level Downlink Window Size=Field averaging period of HOAVLEV Level Uplink Weighting=Field DTX weighting factor of HOAVLEV Level Uplink Window Size=Field averaging period of HOAVLEV

HAND

HOAVPWRB=8 Handover averaging window for power budget handover Cli long: hoAveragingPowerBudget Abis: hoAveragingPowerBudget This attribute defines the averaging window size, in SACCH periods, used for power budget evaluation.

range: 1-31 default: 8 unit: 1 SACCH multiframe=480ms

Mapped to existing BSS parameters hoPeriodPbgt: - 0 --> 1 - (values > 31) --> 31 - preserves values in range [1 to 31]

Level Downlink Weighting HOC Range and step 1...3, step 1 Default value 1 With this parameter you define the weighting factor for calculating the averaged values from the signal strength downlink measurements for the handover control. This parameter indicates the weighting factor for measurements that have not used Discontinuous Transmission (DTX). Level Downlink Window Size Range and step 1...32 SACCH periods, step 1 SACCH periods Default value 6 The parameters calculate averaged values from signal strength downlink measurements. The window size represents the averaging window size in SACCH periods. Level Uplink Weighting Range and step 1...3, step 1 Default value 1 With this parameter you define the weighting factor for calculating the averaged values from the signal strength uplink measurements for the handover control. This parameter indicates the weighting factor for measurements that have not used Discontinuous Transmission (DTX). Level Uplink Window Size Range and step 1...32 SACCH periods, step 1 SACCH periods Default value 6 The parameters calculate averaged values from signalv str hoPeriodPbgt HOC Range and step 0...63 SACCH periods, step 1 SACCH periods Default value 6 With this parameter you define the interval between power budget handover threshold comparisons.

hoPeriodPbgt (HOAVPWRB 1) / (30 / 63))

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BR MOC HAND

BR PARAMETER HOAVQUAL=3-2 Handover averaging parameters for quality handover Cli long: hoAveragingQual Abis: hoAveragingQual This attribute defines two averaging parameters for the uplink and downlink signal quality measurements, used for handover decision.

RANGE format: averaging period DTX weighting factor unit: 1 SACCH multiframe=480ms (averaging period) range: 1-31 (averaging period) 1-3 (DTX weight. factor) default: 3 (averaging period) 2 (DTX weighting factor)

MEDIATION Mapped to existing BSS parameters according to the rule: (averaging period) = min (Quality Downlink Window Size, Quality Uplink Window Size) (DTX weight. factor) = min ( Quality Downlink Weighting,Quality Uplink Weighting)

BSS PARAMETER Quality Downlink Weighting Range and step 1...3, step 1 Default value 1 With this parameter you define the weighting factor for calculating the averaged values from the signal quality downlink measurements for the handover control. This parameter indicates the weighting factor for measurements that have not used Discontinuous Transmission (DTX) . Quality Downlink Window Size Range and step 1...32 SACCH periods, step 1 SACCH periods Default value 1 The parameters calculate averaged values from signal quality downlink measurements. The window size represents the averaging window size in SACCH periods. Quality Uplink Weighting Range and step 1...3, step 1 Default value 1 With this parameter you define the weighting factor for calculating the averaged values from the signal quality uplink measurements for the handover control. This parameter indicates the weighting factor for measurements that have not used Discontinuous Transmission (DTX). Quality Uplink Window Size Range and step 1...32 SACCH periods, step 1 SACCH periods Default value 1 The parameters calculate averaged values from signal qua

BSS MOC HOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER Quality Downlink Weighting = Field DTX weighting factor of HOAVQUAL Quality Downlink Window Size = Field averaging period of HOAVQUAL Quality Uplink Weighting = Field DTX weighting factor of HOAVQUAL Quality Uplink Window Size = Field averaging period of HOAVQUAL

HAND

range: 0..35 HOCCDIST=5 default: 5 Handover concentric cell distance limit unit: 1 km Cli long: hoConcentricCellDistance Abis: hoConcentricCellDistance The attribute hoConcentricCellDistance specifies the distance limit between inner and complete area of a concentric cell which is taken into account for the intracell handover. HOLTHLVDL=10 Handover lower threshold level downlink Cli long: hoLowerThresholdLevDL Abis: hoLowerThresholdLevDL This attribute defines the receive signal strength threshold on downlink for intercell handover decision. range: 0..63 default: 10

Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

HAND

Mapped to existing BSS parameter hoTLDlRxLevel

hoTLDlRxLevel HOC Threshold Level Downlink Rx Level Range: -110...-47 dBm, step 1 dBm Default: -95 dBm internal_value = (gui_value + 110) so internal value runs from 0..63 The parameter compares the averaged values of signal strength downlink measurements for triggering the handover process. HOC hoTLUlRxLevel Threshold Level Uplink Rx Level Range: -110...-47 dBm, step 1 dBm Default: -95 dBm internal_value = (gui_value + 110) so internal value runs from 0..63 The paramete compare the averaged values of signal strength uplink measurements for triggering the handover process.

hoTLDlRxLevel = HOLTHLVDL

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range: 0..63 HOLTHLVUL=8 default: 8 Handover lower threshold level uplink Cli long: hoLowerThresholdLevUL Abis: hoLowerThresholdLevUL This attribute defines the receive signal strength threshold on uplink for intercell handover decision.

Mapped to existing BSS parameter hoTLUlRxLevel

hoTLUlRxLevel = HOLTHLVUL

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BR PARAMETER HOLTHQUDL=9 Handover lower threshold quality downlink Cli long: hoLowerThresholdQualDL Abis: hoLowerThresholdQualDL This attribute defines the receive signal quality threshold on downlink for intercell handover decision.

RANGE range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I] default: 9 unit: 1 dB

MEDIATION Mapped to existing BSS parameter hoTQDlRxQual: 0 ->20 1->19 2->17 3->14 4->12 5->9 6->6 7->1 Mapped to existing BSS parameter hoTQUlRxQual: 0 ->20 1->19 2->17 3->14 4->12 5->9 6->6 7->1 Mapped to existing BSS parameter superReuseBadRxLevThresholdRxLevel

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER hoTQDlRxQual = HOLTHQUDL / (20 / 7)

HOC hoTQDlRxQual Threshold Qual Downlink Rx Qual Range: < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% - 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% 12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default: 1.6% - 3.2% (4) The parameter compares the averaged values of signal quality downlink measurements for triggering the handover process. HOC hoTQUlRxQual Threshold Qual Uplink Rx Qual Range: < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% - 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% 12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default: 1.6% - 3.2% (4) The parameters compare the averaged values of signal quality uplink measurements for triggering the handover process HOC superReuseBadRxLevThresholdRxLevel Range and step -110...-47 dBm, step 1 dBm Default value -85 dBm internal_value = (gui_value + 110) so internal value runs from 0..63 The parameter is used for comparing the downlink signal level of the super-reuse TRX for triggering the handover to a regular TRX. HOC superReuseGoodRxLevThresholdRxLevel Range and step -110...-47 dBm, step 1 dBm (internal_value = (gui_value + 110): [0-63]) Default value -80 dBm (30) The parameter is used for comparing the downlink signal level for triggering a handover to the super-reuse TRX.

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HOLTHQUUL=9 Handover lower threshold quality uplink Cli long: hoLowerThresholdQualUL Abis: hoLowerThresholdQualUL This attribute defines the receive signal quality threshold on uplink for intercell handover decision.

range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I] default: 9 unit: 1 dB

hoTQUlRxQual = HOLTHQUUL / (20 / 7)

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range: 0..63 HORXLVDLI=26 default: 26 RXLEV threshold downlink inner unit: 1 dB Cli long: hoRxLevDLinner Abis: hoRxlevDLinner This attribute defines the receive signal strength threshold on downlink which is evaluated for the intracell handover from a TRX belonging to the inner area to a TRX belonging to the complete area of a concentric cell range: 0..63 HORXLVDLO=32 default: 32 RXLEV threshold downlink outer unit: 1 dB Cli long: hoRxLevDLouter Abis: hoRxlevDLouter This attribute defines the receive signal threshold level on downlink which is evaluated for the intracell handover from a TRX belonging to the complete area to a RX belonging to the inner area of a concentric cell. To avoid 'ping pong' handovers between inner and complete area the following rule should be followed: HORXLVDLO - HORXLVDLI > (PWRREDinner PWRREDcomplete) + HOM [dB] where HOM = margin to avoid ping-pong HO due to fading, suggested value = default value of parameter HOM (ADJC object). This rule is relevant for single-band concentric cells, as in such configurations the coverage difference between inner and complete area is controlled by the PWRRED parameter (see command CREATE TRX). The additional margin must be applied as a kind of 'hysteresis' which avoids ping-pong handovers due to fading effects, i.e. handovers that might occur due to normal level variations even when the subscriber remains in a stationary position on the border between inner andcomplete area. It is not necessary to use the default value of HOM (power budget hand HOTDLINT=32 Handover threshold level downlink intra Cli long: hoThresholdLevDLintra Abis: hoThresholdLevDLintra This attribute defines the receive signal strength threshold on downlink for intracell handover decision. range: 0..63 default: 32 unit: 1 dB

superReuseBadRxLevThresholdRxLevel= HORXLVDLI

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Mapped to existing BSS parameter superReuseGoodRxLevThresholdRxLevel

superReuseGoodRxLevThresholdRxLevel= HORXLVDLO

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Mapped to existing BSS parameter hoThresholdsInterferenceDlRxLevel

hoThresholdsInterferenceDlRxLevel Range and step -110...-47 dBm, step 1 dBm (internal_value = (gui_value + 110): [0-63]) Default value -85 dBm The parameters compare the averaged values of interference downlink measurements for triggering the handover process.

HOC

hoThresholdsInterferenceDlRxLevel = HOTDLINT

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BR PARAMETER HOTHCDL=18 Handover threshold compression downlink Cli long: hoThresholdComprDL Abis: hoThresComprDL This attribute is used for detecting a compression Handover "AMR Fullrate to Halfrate" and defines the quality threshold for the downlink.

RANGE range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I] default: 18 unit: 1 dB

MEDIATION Mapped to existing BSS parameter amrHoFrInHoThrDlRxQual

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER amrHoFrInHoThrDlRxQual: Extract from Service Group, in case it is used (mean value of) Handover Service Groups for AMR FR speech calls (Service Group-11, Service Group-12) SGxxHOPAR(x=11..12) = <field 1>-<field 2>..<field 10> = HOLTHLVDL-HOLTHLVULHOTDLINT-HOTULINT-HORXLVDLIHORXLVDLO-HOLTHQUDLHOLTHQUUL-HOTHCDL-HOTHCUL otherwise set it equal to mean value of HOLTHQUDL-HOLTHQUUL otherwise set it equal to default.(0)

BTS amrHoFrInHoThrDlRxQual Range and step < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default value < 0.2% (0) With this parameter you define the threshold level of the signal quality downlink and uplink measurements for triggering the intra-cell handover process for an AMR FR call in order to switch it to an AMR HR call.

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HOTHCMPLVDL=<NULL> Handover threshold for compression downlink Cli long: hoThresComprLevDL Abis: hoThresComprLevDL This attribute defines the downlink condition for triggering a compression handover.

range: 0...63 default: <NULL> initial value: 40 (-70dBm) unit: 1 dB

Mapped to existing BSS parameter intraHoLoRxLevLimAmrHr

HOC intraHoLoRxLevLimAmrHr Range: -110...-37 dBm, step 1 dBm (internal_value = (gui_value + 110): [0-63]) Default: -100 dBm This parameter defines the limit for averaged uplink and downlink signal level. If averaged uplink or downlink signal level is worse than this parameter then the quality based intra cell handovers are not allowed. intraHoLoRxLevLimAmrHr BTS Range: -110...-37 dBm, step 1 dBm (internal_value = HOC (gui_value + 110): [0-63]) Default: -100 dBm This parameter defines the limit for averaged uplink and downlink signal level. If averaged uplink or downlink signal level is worse than this parameter then the quality based intra cell handovers are not allowed. BTS amrHoFrInHoThrDlRxQual Range and step < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default value < 0.2% (0) With this parameter you define the threshold level of the signal quality downlink and uplink measurements for triggering the intra-cell handover process for an AMR FR call in order to switch it to an AMR HR call.

intraHoLoRxLevLimAmrHr = HRDCMLIMTH / (100 / 147)

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HOTHCMPLVUL=<NULL> Handover threshold for compression uplink Cli long: hoThresComprLevUL Abis: hoThresComprLevUL This attribute defines the uplink condition for triggering a compression handover.

range: 0...63 default: <NULL> initial value: 40 (-70dBm) unit: 1 dB

Mapped to existing BSS parameter intraHoLoRxLevLimAmrHr

intraHoLoRxLevLimAmrHr = HRDCMLIMTH / (100 / 147)

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unit: 1 dB HOTHCUL=18 range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I] Handover threshold compression uplink default: 18 Cli long: hoThresholdComprUL Abis: hoThresComprUL This attribute is used for detecting a compression Handover "AMR Fullrate to Halfrate" and defines the quality threshold for the uplink.

Mapped to existing BSS parameter amrHoFrInHoThrDlRxQual

amrHoFrInHoThrDlRxQual: Extract from Service Group, in case it is used (mean value of) Handover Service Groups for AMR FR speech calls (Service Group-11, Service Group-12) SGxxHOPAR(x=11..12) = <field 1>-<field 2>..<field 10> = HOLTHLVDL-HOLTHLVULHOTDLINT-HOTULINT-HORXLVDLIHORXLVDLO-HOLTHQUDLHOLTHQUUL-HOTHCDL-HOTHCUL otherwise set it equal to mean value of HOLTHQUDL-HOLTHQUUL otherwise set it equal to default.(0)

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HOTHDCMLVDL=<NULL> Handover threshold for decompression downlink Cli long: hoThresDecomprLevDL Abis: hoThresDecomprLevDL This attribute defines the downlink condition for triggering a decompression handover.

range: 0...63 default: <NULL> initial value: 26 (-84Bm) unit: 1 dB

Mapped to existing BSS parameter intraHoUpRxLevLimAmrHr

intraHoUpRxLevLimAmrHr Range and step -110...-47 -37 dBm, step 1 dBm (internal_value = (gui_value + 110): [0-63])

HOC

intraHoUpRxLevLimAmrHr = mean value of HOTHCMPLVUL & HOTHDCMLVUL

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BR PARAMETER HOTHDCMLVUL=<NULL> Handover threshold for decompression uplink Cli long: hoThresDecomprLevUL Abis: hoThresDecomprLevUL This attribute defines the uplink condition for triggering a decompression handover.

RANGE range: 0...63 default: <NULL> initial value: 26 (-84Bm) unit: 1 dB

MEDIATION Mapped to existing BSS parameter intraHoUpRxLevLimAmrHr

BSS PARAMETER intraHoUpRxLevLimAmrHr Range and step -110...-47 -37 dBm, step 1 dBm (internal_value = (gui_value + 110): [0-63])

BSS MOC HOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER intraHoUpRxLevLimAmrHr = mean value of HOTHCMPLVUL & HOTHDCMLVUL

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range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I] HOTHDDL =13 default: 13 Handover threshold FR decompression downlink unit: 1 dB Cli long: hoThresholdDecomprDL Abis: hoThresDecomprDL This attribute is used for detecting a decompression Handover "AMR Halfrate to Fullrate" and defines the quality threshold for the downlink.

Mapped to existing BSS parameter amrHoHrInHoThrDlRxQual

BTS amrHoHrInHoThrDlRxQual Range and step < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default value 1.6% - 3.2% (4) With this parameter you define the threshold level of the signal quality downlink and uplink measurements for triggering the intra-cell handover process for an AMR HR call in order to switch it to an AMR FR call. BTS amrHoHrInHoThrDlRxQual Range and step < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default value 1.6% - 3.2% (4) With this parameter you define the threshold level of the signal quality downlink and uplink measurements for triggering the intra-cell handover process for an AMR HR call in order to switch it to an AMR FR call.

amrHoHrInHoThrDlRxQual = HOTHDDL

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range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I] HOTHDUL =13 default: 13 Handover threshold FR decompression uplink unit: 1 dB Cli long: hoThresholdDecomprUL Abis: hoThresDecomprUL This attribute is used for detecting a decompression Handover "AMR Halfrate to Fullrate" and defines the quality threshold for the uplink.

Mapped to existing BSS parameter amrHoHrInHoThrDlRxQual

amrHoHrInHoThrDlRxQual = HOTHDDL

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HOTHEFRCDL=18 Handover threshold EFR compression downlink Cli long: hoThresholdEFRComprDL Abis: hoThresEFRComprDL Downlink threshold for C/I threshold for compression handover from EFR to GSM HR. HOTHEFRCUL=18 Handover threshold EFR compression uplink Cli long: hoThresholdEFRComprUL Abis: hoThresEFRComprUL Uplink threshold for C/I threshold for compression handover from EFR to GSM HR.

range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I] default: 18 unit: 1 dB

Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

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range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I] default: 18 unit: 1 dB

Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

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range: 0..63 HOTULINT=35 default: 35 Handover threshold level uplink intra unit: 1 dB Cli long: hoThresholdLevULintra Abis: hoThresholdLevULintra This attribute defines the receive signal strength threshold on uplink for intracell handover decision. range: 0...100 (dB) HRDCMLIMTH=6 default: 6 (dB) Half Rate decompression limitation threshold unit: 1 dB Cli long: hRDecomprLimitThreshold Abis: hRDecomprLimitThres Threshold for limitation of load dependent decompression handover on those connections that fulfill the following rule: [(C/I)i + PRi hoThresccDecomprxxi] < hRDecomprLimitThres dB IERCHOSDCCH=FALSE Inter-cell handover for SDCCH Cli long: enableInterCellHoSdcch Abis: enableInterCellHOSDCCH This attribute allows a managing system to enable or disable inter cell handovers for SDCCH channels. range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

Mapped to existing BSS parameter hoThresholdsInterferenceULRxLevel

hoThresholdsInterferenceULRxLevel Range and step -110...-47 dBm, step 1 dBm (internal_value = (gui_value + 110): [0-63]) Default value -85 dBm The parameters compare the averaged values of interference uplink measurements for triggering the handover process.

HOC

hoThresholdsInterferenceULRxLevel = HOTULINT

HAND

Set fixed to default (6dB)

NONE

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Mapped to existing BSS parameter enableSddchHandover

enableSddchHandover HOC Range: handover is disabled (N) (0), handover is enabled (Y)(1) Default: disabled (N) (0) With this parameter you indicate whether the BTS SDCCH handover is enabled.

if IERCHOSDCCH or IRACHOSDCCH = TRUE enableSddchHandover= 1; else enableSddchHandover= 0

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BR PARAMETER INTERCH=TRUE Internal inter-cell Handover enabled Cli long: enableInterCellHo Abis: enableInternalInterCellHandover This attribute allows a managing system to enable or disable inter cell handovers for TCH channels in BTS. INTRACH=TRUE Internal intra-cell Handover enabled Cli long: enableIntraCellHo Abis: enableInternalIntraCellHandover This attribute allows a managing system to enable or disable intracell handovers for TCH channels due to Quality and to Compression/ Decompression (intra-cell handovers triggered directly from the BSC, i.e. O&M Handovers, Preferred TRX Handovers, Enhanced Paring and Upgrade of Multislot Calls, are not affected by the setting of this parameter). The attribute is meaningless when the cell is concentric.

RANGE range: TRUE, FALSE default: TRUE

MEDIATION Set fixed to default (TRUE)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

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range: TRUE, FALSE default: TRUE

Mapped to existing BSS parameter enableIntraHoDl, enableIntraHoUl according to the rule: if (enableIntraHoDl =1 OR enableIntraHoUl =1) INTRACH=TRUE else INTRACH= FALSE

enableIntraHoDl Range and step handover control is disabled (N) (0), handover control is enabled (Y) (1) Default value handover control is disabled (N) (0) With this parameter you indicate whether an intracell handover caused by downlink interference is enabled. The parameter does not affect handovers between normal and extended areas. enableIntraHoUl Range and step handover control is disabled (N) (0), handover control is enabled (Y) (1) Default value handover control is disabled (N) (0) With this parameter you indicate whether an intracell handover caused by uplink interference is enabled. The parameter does not affect handovers between normal and extended areas.

HOC

if INTRACH = TRUE enableIntraHoD=enableIntraHoUl= 1 if INTRACH = FALSE enableIntraHoD=enableIntraHoUll= 0

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IRACHOSDCCH=FALSE Intra-cell handover for SDCCH Cli long: enableIntraCellHoSdcch Abis: enableIntraCellHOSDCCH This attribute allows a managing system to enable or disable intracell handovers for SDCCH channels. NCELL=6 Number of preferred cells Cli long: nCell Abis: nCell This attribute defines the number of preferred cells for the evaluation of the target cell list in the HO_COND_IND message. PBGTHO=TRUE Power budget handover enabled Cli long: enablePowerBudgetHo Abis: enablePowerBudgetHO This attribute indicates whether handover due to power budget is enabled or disabled.

range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

Mapped to existing BSS parameter enableSddchHandover

HOC enableSddchHandover Range and step handover is disabled (N) (0), handover is enabled (Y)(1) Default value handover is disabled (N) (0) With this parameter you indicate whether the BTS SDCCH handover is enabled.

if IERCHOSDCCH or IRACHOSDCCH = TRUE enableSddchHandover= 1; else enableSddchHandover= 0

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range: 0..15 default: 6

Set fixed to default (6)

NONE

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range: TRUE, FALSE default: TRUE

Mapped to existing BSS parameter enablePowerBudgetHo

HOC enablePowerBudgetHo Range: handover is disabled (N) (0), handover is enabled (Y)(1) Default: enabled (Y) (1) With this parameter you indicate whether the BTS power budget handover control is enabled.

if PBGTHO = TRUE enablePowerBudgetHo= 1; else enablePowerBudgetHo = 0

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range: 0..15 PL=0 default: 0 Priority layer Cli long: priorityLayer Abis: priorityLayer if hierarchical cell handover is enabled (HIERC=TRUE) this parameter determines the priority layer of the own cell. This priority is only evaluated for the Power Budget handover decision and the traffic handover decision (prm TRFKPRI). The priority layers of the neighbour cells are administered in the ADJC object.

Mapped to existing BSS parameter hcsPriorityClass: hcsPriorityClass BTS PL=2 * hcsPriorityClass Range and step 0...7, step 1 Default value 0 With this parameter you define the HCS (hierarchical cell structures) priority for the cells. 0 is the lowest and 7 is the highest priority.

hcsPriorityClass = int(priorityLayer/2)

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BR PARAMETER RAVEW=8 Rate averaging window Cli long: rateAveragingWindow Abis: rateAveragingWindow The attribute specifies the averaging window size, in SACCH periods, (how many measurement samples) used in the gliding averaging process for rate up-downgrading for 14.4 kbit/s data services RDGRDL=17 Rate downgrade threshold downlink Cli long: rateDowngradeDownlink Abis: rateDowngradeDL Downgrade threshold (14.4 kbit/s -> 9.6 kbit/s) for downlink direction. range: 4..32 default: 8

RANGE

MEDIATION Set fixed to default (8)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

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range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I] default: 17 unit: 1 dB

Mapped to existing BSS parameter pcLTQual144RxQual

POC pcLTQual144RxQual Range and step < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% - 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default value 0.8% - 1.6% (3) The parameter is used for comparing the averaged values of the signal quality uplink and downlink measurements for triggering the power control procedure for 14.4 kbit/s connections. Rx qual: Threshold level for power increase.

pcLTQual144RxQual = MIN (RDGRDL / RDGRUL / RUGRDL / RUGRUL) range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I]) (MIN: worst quality) 0,1 7 (6.88 7.00) 2 7 (6.76 6.87) 4 7 (6.38 6.75) 5 6 (6.13 6.37) 6 6 (5.88 6.12) 7 6 (5.63 5.87) 8 6 (5.13 5.62) 9 5 (4.88 5.12) 10 5 (4.63 4.87) 11 4 (4.13 4.62) 12 4 (3.88 4.12) 13 4 (3.38 3.87) 14 3 (2.88 3.37) 15 3 (2.63 2.87) 16 2 (2.13 2.62) 17 2 (1.63 2.12) 18 1 (1.13 1.62) 19 1 (0.38 1.12) 20 0 (0.00 0.37) pcLTQual144RxQual = MIN (RDGRDL / RDGRUL / RUGRDL / RUGRUL) range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I]) (MIN: worst quality) 0,1 7 (6.88 7.00) 2 7 (6.76 6.87) 4 7 (6.38 6.75) 5 6 (6.13 6.37) 6 6 (5.88 6.12) 7 6 (5.63 5.87) 8 6 (5.13 5.62) 9 5 (4.88 5.12) 10 5 (4.63 4.87) 11 4 (4.13 4.62) 12 4 (3.88 4.12) 13 4 (3.38 3.87) 14 3 (2.88 3.37) 15 3 (2.63 2.87) 16 2 (2.13 2.62) 17 2 (1.63 2.12) 18 1 (1.13 1.62) 19 1 (0.38 1.12) 20 0 (0.00 0.37)

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range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I] RDGRUL=17 default: 17 Rate downgrade threshold uplink unit: 1 dB Cli long: rateDowngradeUplink Abis: rateDowngradeUL Downgrade threshold (14.4 kbit/s -> 9.6 kbit/s) for uplink direction.

Mapped to existing BSS parameter pcLTQual144RxQual

pcLTQual144RxQual POC Range and step < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% - 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default value 0.8% - 1.6% (3) The parameter is used for comparing the averaged values of the signal quality uplink and downlink measurements for triggering the power control procedure for 14.4 kbit/s connections. Rx qual: Threshold level for power increase.

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BR PARAMETER RUGRDL=19 Rate upgrade threshold downlink Cli long: rateUpgradeDownlink Abis: rateUpgradeDL

RANGE range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I] default: 19 unit: 1 dB

MEDIATION Mapped to existing BSS parameter pcLTQual144RxQual

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER pcLTQual144RxQual = MIN (RDGRDL / RDGRUL / RUGRDL / RUGRUL) range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I]) (MIN: worst quality) 0,1 7 (6.88 7.00) 2 7 (6.76 6.87) 4 7 (6.38 6.75) 5 6 (6.13 6.37) 6 6 (5.88 6.12) 7 6 (5.63 5.87) 8 6 (5.13 5.62) 9 5 (4.88 5.12) 10 5 (4.63 4.87) 11 4 (4.13 4.62) 12 4 (3.88 4.12) 13 4 (3.38 3.87) 14 3 (2.88 3.37) 15 3 (2.63 2.87) 16 2 (2.13 2.62) 17 2 (1.63 2.12) 18 1 (1.13 1.62) 19 1 (0.38 1.12) 20 0 (0.00 0.37) pcLTQual144RxQual = MIN (RDGRDL / RDGRUL / RUGRDL / RUGRUL) range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I]) (MIN: worst quality) 0,1 7 (6.88 7.00) 2 7 (6.76 6.87) 4 7 (6.38 6.75) 5 6 (6.13 6.37) 6 6 (5.88 6.12) 7 6 (5.63 5.87) 8 6 (5.13 5.62) 9 5 (4.88 5.12) 10 5 (4.63 4.87) 11 4 (4.13 4.62) 12 4 (3.88 4.12) 13 4 (3.38 3.87) 14 3 (2.88 3.37) 15 3 (2.63 2.87) 16 2 (2.13 2.62) 17 2 (1.63 2.12) 18 1 (1.13 1.62) 19 1 (0.38 1.12) 20 0 (0.00 0.37) NONE

POC pcLTQual144RxQual Range and step < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% - 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default value 0.8% - 1.6% (3) The parameter is used for comparing the averaged values of the signal quality uplink and downlink measurements for triggering the power control procedure for 14.4 kbit/s connections. Rx qual: Threshold level for power increase.

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RUGRUL=19 Rate upgrade threshold uplink Cli long: rateUpgradeUplink Abis: rateUpgradeUL Upgrade threshold (9.6 kbit/s -> 14.4 kbit/s) for uplink direction

range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I] default: 19 unit: 1 dB

Mapped to existing BSS parameter pcLTQual144RxQual

pcLTQual144RxQual POC Range and step < 0.2% (0), 0.2% - 0.4% (1), 0.4% - 0.8% (2), 0.8% -1.6% (3), 1.6% - 3.2% (4), 3.2% - 6.4% (5), 6.4% -12.8% (6), > 12.8% (7) Default value 0.8% - 1.6% (3) The parameter is used for comparing the averaged values of the signal quality uplink and downlink measurements for triggering the power control procedure for 14.4 kbit/s connections. Rx qual: Threshold level for power increase.

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RHOLTQDL=14 Rate handover lower threshold quality downlink Cli long: rateHoLowerThresholdQualDownlink Abis: rateHOLThresholdQualDL The attribute defines the receive signal quality threshold on downlink for handover decision for data calls where the rate up/downgrading mechanism is applied. RHOLTQUL=14 Rate handover lower threshold quality uplink Cli long: rateHoLowerThresholdQualUplink Abis: rateHOLThresholdQualUL The attribute defines the receive signal quality threshold on uplink for handover decision for data calls where the rate up/downgrading mechanism is applied.

range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I] default: 14 unit: 1 dB

Parameters removed (regular HO thresholds are used for data calls)

HAND

range: 0.. 20 [dB C/I] default: 14 unit: 1 dB

Parameters removed (regular HO thresholds are used for data calls)

NONE

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BR PARAMETER

RANGE

MEDIATION Set fixed to default (TRUE)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

range: TRUE, FALSE RXLEVHO=TRUE default: TRUE RxLevel handover enabled Cli long: enableRxLevHo Abis: enableRXLEVHO This attribute indicates whether handover due to uplink or downlink received low level is enabled or disabled. RXQUALHO=TRUE RxQual handover enabled Cli long: enableRxQualHo Abis: enableRXQUALHO This attribute indicates whether handover due to bad uplink or downlink received quality is enabled or disabled. THLEVFULHO=8 Level threshold for fast uplink handover Cli long: thresholdLevFastULHo Abis: thresholdLevFastULHo This attribute defines the receive signal strength threshold for an inter-cell fast uplink HO decision. THORQST=8 Timer for handover request Cli long: timerHoRequest Abis: timerHORequest This attribute defines the minimum interval between handover condition indication messages related to the same connection. However in case an handover condition indication was sent with an empty target cell list the next may be sent as soon as a target cell is available from radio condition criteria TINHRDGR=5 Timer to inhibit rate downgrade Cli long: timerInhibitRateDowngrade Abis: timerInhibitRateDowngrade The attribute specifies the minimum time between an upgrade to 14.4kbit/s and the next downgrade request. range: TRUE, FALSE default: TRUE

HAND

Set fixed to default (TRUE)

NONE

HAND

range: 0..63 default: 8 unit: 1 dB

Mapped to existing BSS parameter ddeThresholdsLevRxLevel

ddeThresholdsLevRxLevel Range and step 0...63 dB, step 1 dB Default value 10 dB The parameter is used for comparing the size of the signal drop for triggering the rapid field drop handover minIntBetweenHoReq Range and step 0...31 s, step 1 s Default value 5 s With this parameter you define the minimum interval between handovers related to the same connection.

HOC

ddeThresholdsLevRxLevel =THLEVFULHO

HAND

range: 0..31 default: 5 unit: 2 SACCH multiframes

Mapped to existing BSS parameter minIntBetweenHoReq

HOC

minIntBetweenHoReq = THORQST

HAND

range: 2-100 default: 5 unit: 2 SACCH multiframes

Mapped to existing BSS parameter minIntBetweenAla.

minIntBetweenAla. Object:POC With this parameter you determine the time interval between two consecutive automatic link adaptation procedures where the channel coding is changed between 14.4 kbit/s and 9.6 kbit/s. Range and step 0...30, step 1 Default value 10. minIntBetweenAla. Object:POC With this parameter you determine the time interval between two consecutive automatic link adaptation procedures where the channel coding is changed between 14.4 kbit/s and 9.6 kbit/s. Range and step 0...30, step 1 Default value 10.

POC

minIntBetweenAla = (Min ( TINHRDGR, TINHRUGR)) / (98/30)

HAND

TINHRUGR=10 Timer to inhibit rate upgrade Cli long: timerInhibitRateUpgrade Abis: timerInhibitRateUpgrade The attribute specifies the minimum time between a downgrade to 9.6 kbit/s and the next upgrade request.

range: 2-100 default: 10 unit: 2 SACCH multiframes

Mapped to existing BSS parameter minIntBetweenAla.

POC

minIntBetweenAla = (Min ( TINHRDGR, TINHRUGR)) / (98/30)

HAND

range: 1-254 TINOIERCHO=60 default: 60 Timer for 'no intra-cell handover' unit: 1s Cli long: timerNoIntraCellHo Abis: timerNoIntraCellHO This attribute specifies the timer used by the cell to indicate how long no quality or AMR Intracell Handover has to be generated for a specific connection in the cell if the threshold MAIRACHO + 1 is reached. TRFHOE=TRUE Traffic handover enabled Cli long: trafficHandoverEnable Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

Set fixed to default (60)

NONE

HAND

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

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BR PARAMETER range: 2.. 20 TRFHOT=10 default: 10 Traffic handover timer unit: 1s Cli long: trafficHandoverTimer Abis: trafficHoTimer this timer is used for the traffic handover decision (see TRFHOE) in the BTS and defines the cycle in which the BTS recalculates the dynamic traffic handover margin while traffic handover is enabled in the BTS. TRFKPRI=FALSE Traffic keep priority Cli long: trafficKeepPriority Abis: trafficKeepPriority This attribute determines whether candidate cells have to be of the same priority as the serving cell or may be of the same or higher priority. TRFMMA=9 Traffic handover margin maximum reduction Cli long: trafficMarginMaximum Abis: trafficMarginMaximum This attribute establishes the maximum reduction for (TRFHOM) trafficHoMargin [ADJC-13]. TRFMS=3 Traffic handover margin reduction step Cli long: trafficMarginStep Abis: trafficMarginStep The attribute defines the minimum reduction for the value of the attribute (TRFHOM) trafficHoMargin [ADJC-13]

RANGE

MEDIATION Set fixed to default (10)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

HAND

range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

Set fixed to default (FALSE)

NONE

HAND

unit: 1dB range: 1.. 48 default: 9

Set fixed to default (9)

NONE

HAND

unit: 1dB range: 1.. 6 default: 3

Set fixed to default (3)

NONE

HAND

range: 0 - 60 ADVCMPHOOWBFS=27 default: 27 Cli long: advComprHoOffsetWBFS Abis: advComprHoOffsetWFS this parameter is related to the advanced compressiondecompression handover (prm EADVCMPHOWBFS) may be used to give preference to the selection of AMR-WB calls for the compression handover. Normally, of all calls fulfilling the advanced compression rules the one with the highest sum of C/I and dynamic power reduction level (XX_PWRRED, with XX= MS or BS) is being selected (per SACCH multiframe). For an AMR-WB call additionally the value of this attribute is being added, i.e. the sum of C/I + XX_PWRRED + ADVCMPHOOWBFS (with XX=MS or BS) before being compared to the other calls suitable for the compression handover. Therefore, negative dB values of this attribute will give preference to AMR-NB and non-AMR calls (default), positive dB values to the AMR-WB calls.

Set it fixed to 0 (-30dB)

NONE

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BR PARAMETER range: 0 - 60 ADVDCMHOOWBFS=30 default: 30 Cli long: advDecomprHoOffsetWBFS Abis: advDecomprHoOffsetWFS Advanced Decompression HO Offset for WBFS, this parameter is related to the advanced compression-decompression handover (prm EDRCMPWBNB) may be used to give preference to the selection of AMR-WB calls for the decompression handover Normally, of all calls fulfilling the advanced decompression rules the one with the lowest sum of C/I and dynamic power reduction level (XX_PWRRED, with XX= MS or BS) is being selected (per SACCH multiframe). For an AMR-WB call additionally the value of this attribute is being substracted, i.e. the sum of C/I + XX_PWRRED - HOTHHR(AMR)DCMxx ADVDCMHOOWBFS (with XX=MS or BS) before being compared to the other calls suitable for the decompression handover. Therefore, negative dB values of this attribute will give preference to AMR-NB and nonAMR calls, positive dB values to the AMR-WB calls.

RANGE

MEDIATION Set it fixed to 0 (-30dB)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

HAND

AMRWBACMRDL=1 Cli long: aMRWBAveragedCMRDownlink Abis: aMRWBAveragedCMRDL This attribute defines the size of the averaging window for Codec Mode Requests received from the MS during an AMR-WB call.

range: 1 - 31 default: 1

Mapped to existing BSS parameter slowAmrLaEnabled according to the rule: if slowAmrLaEnabled=0 then AMRACMRDL=1; else AMRACMRDL=3

BSC slowAmrLaEnabled Description with this parameter you define the AMR link adaptation (LA) mode within the BSS. Range and step fast LA mode is used (N) (0), enable slow AMR LA mode (Y) (1) Default value: fast LA mode is used (N) (0)

NONE

HAND

range: TRUE FALSE CHMDMWBNB=FALSE default: FALSE Cli long: channelModeModifyWBNB Abis: chanModeModWBandNBand This attribute is used to enable/disable switching between wideband and narrowband via Channel Mode Modify. When the attribute is set to FALSE, switching via intra-cell handover is enabled. EADVCMPHOWBFS=TRUE Cli long: enableAdvComprHoWBFullrateSpeech Abis: enableAdvComprHOWFS This attribute is used to enable/disable TCH/WFS capable mobiles supporting AMR-NB HR for compression handover. range: TRUE FALSE default: TRUE

Set fixed to TRUE

NONE

HAND

Set fixed to FALSE

NONE

HAND

range: TRUE FALSE EDRCMPWBNB=FALSE default: FALSE Cli long: enableDynamicReassignComprWBNB Abis: enableDRcomprWBNB This attribute is used to enable/disable dynamic reassignment for compression handover from TCH/WFS to TCH/NHS and decompression from TCH/NHS to TCH/WFS during ongoing calls. EQINTRACHTCH Cli long: enableQualityIntraCellHoTCH Abis: enableQualityIntraCellHoTCH This attribute allows the enabling of the Intracell HO Quality on TCH channels. range: TRUE FALSE default: TRUE

Set fixed to default (FALSE)

NONE

HAND

Mapped to existing BSS parameter enableIntraHoDl enableIntraHoDl Range and step handover control is disabled (N) (0), handover control is enabled (Y) (1) Default value handover control is disabled (N) (0) With this parameter you indicate whether an intracell handover caused by downlink interference is enabled. The parameter does not affect handovers between normal and extended areas. Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration)

HOC if INTRACH = TRUE enableIntraHoDl = 1 else enableIntraHoDl = 0

HAND

range: TRUE FALSE EROBHOMHO=FALSE default: FALSE Cli long: enableRobustHomingHo Abis: enableRobustHomingHO This attribute is used to enable/disable switching between wideband and narrowband for exploiting full AMR robustness.

NONE

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BR PARAMETER range: 0 - 63 HOTHHOMLVDL=40 default: 40 Cli long: hoThresholdHomingLevelDownlink Abis: hoThresHomingLevDL This attribute defines the downlink RXLEV threshold for triggering homing handover. HOTHHOMLVUL=40 Cli long: hoThresholdHomingLevelUplink Abis: hoThresHomingLevUL This attribute defines the uplink RXLEV threshold for triggering homing handover. HOTHNBWBFRDL=10 Cli long: hoThNBToWBFullrateDownlink Abis: hoThresNBFrToWBFrDL This attribute defines the downlink condition for homing handover from TCH/AFS to TCH/WFS HOTHNBWBFRUL=10 Cli long: hoThNBToWBFullrateUplink Abis: hoThresNBFrToWBFrUL This attribute defines the uplink condition for homing handover from TCH/AFS to TCH/WFS. range: 0 - 63 default: 40

RANGE

MEDIATION Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

HAND

Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

HAND

range: 0-20 default: 10

Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

HAND

range: 0-20 default: 10

Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

HAND

range: 0 - 63 HOTHROBLVDL=26 default: 26 Cli long: hoThresholdRobustnessLevelDownlink Abis: hoThresRobustnessLevDL This attribute defines the downlink RXLEV threshold for triggering robustness handover. HOTHROBLVUL=26 Cli long: hoThresholdRobustnessLevelUplink Abis: hoThresRobustnessLevUL This attribute defines the uplink RXLEV threshold for triggering robustness handover. HOTHWBNBFRDL=5 Cli long: hoThWBToNBFullrateDownlink Abis: hoThresWBFrToNBFrDL This attribute defines the downlink condition for robustness handover from TCH/WFS to TCH/AFS. HOTHWBNBFRUL=5 Cli long: hoThWBToNBFullrateUplink Abis: hoThresWBFrToNBFrUL This attribute defines the uplink condition for robustness handover from TCH/WFS to TCH/AFS. range: 0 - 63 default: 26

Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

HAND

Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

HAND

range: 0 - 20 default: 5

Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

HAND

range: 0 - 20 default: 5

Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

HAND

range: 1 - 127 HOTWBFRNBFR=8 default: 8 Cli long: hoTimerWBFullrateNBFullrate Abis: hoTimerWBandFrNBandFr This attribute defines the number of SACCH periods during which is fulfilled the condition for triggering robustness handover from wideband to narrowband, or the number of SACCH periods during which is fulfilled the condition for triggering homing handover from narrowband to wideband. range: TRUE FALSE LCKRETWB=FALSE default: FALSE Cli long: lockReturnToWB Abis: lockReturnToWB This attribute is used for locking/unlocking of any switch back from a narrowband channel to TCH/WFS. NBNOWB=FALSE Cli long: nBNoWB Abis: narrowBandIfNoWideBand This attribute is used to enable/disable the automatic switch from a wideband channel to a narrowband channel if it turns out that the AMR-WB connection cannot be established as end-to-end service. range: TRUE FALSE default: FALSE

Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

HAND

Set fixed to TRUE

NONE

HAND

Set fixed to deafult (FALSE)

NONE

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BR PARAMETER TINHHOMHO=30 Cli long: timerInhibitHomingHo Abis: timerInhibitHomingHO This attribute defines the penalty timer for the execution of homing handover after robustness handover from TCH/WFS to TCH/AFS. range: 1 - 254 default: 30

RANGE

MEDIATION Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

Extended cells HAND HOMRGTA=4 Handover margin for timing advance Cli long: hoMarginTa Abis: hoMarginTa This attribute specifies the threshold for the maximum timing advance in a single timeslot. HOMSTAM=32 Handover MS Timing Advance maximum Cli long: hoMsTaMax Abis: hoMsTaMax This attribute specifies the maximum allowed MS-BTS distance to use a single timeslot channel. sMaxMsDistHoThreshold (MS Distance HO Threshold Super Ext Cell Max) Cli long: sMaxMsDistHoThreshold Abis: sMaxMsDistHoThreshold This new BR attribute defines the timing advance threshold when call is handed over from extended area to super extended area. Handover triggers when TA >= SMAX sMinMsDistHoThreshold (MS Distance HO Threshold Super Ext Cell Min) Cli long: sMinMsDistHoThreshold Abis: sMinMsDistHoThreshold This new BR attribute defines the timing advance threshold when call is handed over from super extended area to extended area. Handover triggers when TA <= SMIN minMsDistHoThreshold (MS distance HO threshold ext cell min) Cli long: minMsDistHoThreshold Abis: minMsDistHoThreshold This new BR attribute replaces hoMarginTa and defines the threshold level of minimum value of timing advance. If this threshold is reached, the call is handed over to a normal area of an extended cell in the case of the NSN Talk-family, NSN UltraSite and NSN Flexi EDGE site type, and to an inner or another cell in the case of the NSN 2nd generation site type. HAND maxMsDistHoThreshold (MS Distance HO Threshold Ext Cell Max) Cli long: maxMsDistHoThreshold Abis: maxMsDistHoThreshold This new BR attribute replaces hoMsTaMax and defines the threshold level for the maximum value of timing advance. If this threshold is reached, the call is handed over to an extended area of an extended cell in the ase of the NSN Talk-family, NSN UltraSite site and NSN Flexi EDGE type, and to an outer cell or another cell in the case of the NSN 2nd generation site type. CLI ATTRIBUTES NOT SENT ON ABIS Range and step 0...63, step 1 Default value 63 This is the new parameter in BSxx which is mapped to existing BSS parameter MaxMsDistanceHoThreshold range: 0..34 default: 4 unit: 1km Parameter removed and replaced by new parameter minMsDistanceHoThreshold minMsDistanceHoThreshold (BSS concept of Range and step 0...63, step 1 extended cells is implemented) Default value 2 With this parameter you define the threshold level of minimum value of timing advance. If this threshold is reached, the call is handed over to a normal area of an extended cell HOC minMsDistanceHoThreshold=2

HAND

range: 0..34 default: 32 unit: 1km

HOC Parameter removed and replaced by new parameter maxMsDistanceHoThreshold Range and step 0...63, step 1 maxMsDistanceHoThreshold (BSS concept of Default value 63 extended cells is implemented) With this parameter you define the threshold level for the maximum value of timing advance. If this threshold is reached, the call is handed over to an extended area of an extended cell This is the new parameter in BSxx which is mapped to existing BSS parameter sMaxMsDistanceHoThreshold sMaxMsDistanceHoThreshold Range and Step: 0 63, 1 Default value 63 Defines the timing advance threshold when call is handed over from extended area to super extended area. Handover triggers when TA >= SMAX sMinMsDistanceHoThreshold Range and Step: 0 63, step 1 Default value 2 Defines the timing advance threshold when call is handed over from super extended area to extended area. Handover triggers when TA <= SMIN MinMsDistanceHoThreshold Range and Step: 0 63, step 1 Default value 2 Defines the threshold level of minimum value of timing advance. If this threshold is reached, the call is handed over to a normal area of an extended cell HOC

maxMsDistanceHoThreshold=63

HAND

Range and Step: 0 63, step 1 Default value 63

sMaxMsDistanceHoThreshold=63

HAND

Range and Step: 0 63, step 1 Default value 2

This is the new parameter in BSxx which is mapped to existing BSS parameter sMinMsDistanceHoThreshold

HOC

sMinMsDistanceHoThreshold=2

HAND

Range and step 0...63, step 1 Default value 2

This is the new parameter in BSxx which is mapped to existing BSS parameter MinMsDistanceHoThreshold

HOC

MinMsDistanceHoThreshold = 2

maxMsDistanceHoThreshold HOC Range and step 0...63, step 1 Default value 63 With this parameter you define the threshold level for the maximum value of timing advance. If this threshold is reached, the call is handed over to an extended area of an extended cell

maxMsDistanceHoThreshold=63

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BR PARAMETER

RANGE

MEDIATION NONE (not sent on Abis)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

range: BTSM:<n>/BTS:<n>, CCELL1=<NULL> <NULL> Colocated cell 1 default: <NULL> Cli long: collocatedCell1 Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS The attribute defines the cell belonging to the sectorized concentric cells for which it is possible the intercell handover from inner to inner area. The attribute is meaningless if one cell, serving or target, is not concentric. CCELL2=<NULL> Colocated cell 2 Cli long: collocatedCell2 Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS The attribute defines the cell belonging to the sectorized concentric cells for which it is possible the intercell handover from inner to inner area.The attribute is meaningless if one cell, serving or target, is not concentric. ELIMITCH=TRUE Enable limitation of intra-cell handover repetition Cli long: enableLimitationIntraCellHo Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute is used to enable/disable the 'Limitation of Intracell Handover repetition' feature. ININHO=TRUE Inner-inner handover Cli long: enableInnerInnerHo Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS The attribute enables/disables the intercell handover from inner to inner area in sectorized concentric cells LOTERCH=TRUE Local inter-cell Handover enabled Cli long: enableLocalInterCellHo Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute allows a managing system to enable or disable BSC controlled inter cell handovers. The attribute takes the following values: TRUE - BSC controlled inter cell handovers are allowed, FALSE - BSC controlled inter cell handovers are not allowed (the inter cell handovers are managed by MSC). range: BTSM:<n>/BTS:<n>, <NULL> default: <NULL>

HAND

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

HAND

range: TRUE, FALSE default: TRUE

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

HAND

range: TRUE, FALSE default: TRUE

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

HAND

range: TRUE, FALSE default: TRUE

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

HAND

LOTRACH=TRUE Local intra-cell Handover enabled Cli long: enableLocalIntraCellHo Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute allows a managing system to enable or disable BSC controlled intracell handovers. If the attribute values TRUE the BSC controlled intracell handovers are allowed, if it values FALSE the BSC controlled intracell handovers are not allowed (the intracell handovers are managed by MSC). Note that in case of Extended and Concentric cells the Intracell Handover is always managed by the BSC and so this attribute value is meaningless.

range: TRUE, FALSE default: TRUE LOTRACH=TRUE BSC controlled LOTRACH=FALSE MSC controlled

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

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BR PARAMETER range: 1-15 MAIRACHO=2 default: 2 Maximum number of intra-cell handovers Cli long: maxIntraCellHandover Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute specifies both the maximum number of consecutive successful Quality IntraBSC Handovers and the maximum number of consecutive successful compression/ decompression AMR Quality IntraBSC Handovers that are permitted in the same BTS for a single connection: the IntraBSC cell Handover is suspended when the threshold MAIRACHO + 1 is reached. In case of normal call, the internal counter is increased for each successful Quality Handover. In case of AMR call, the internal counter is increased for each couple of compression/ decompression Handovers, i.e. FR -> HR and HR -> FR. If an AMR call is set up on a HR channel the first decompression handover (HR -> FR) is not taken into account.

RANGE

MEDIATION NONE (not sent on Abis)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

HAND

range: 1-15 MAXFAILHO=2 default: 2 Maximum number of failed handovers Cli long: maxFailHo Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute specifies the maximum number of consecutive failures of Intra and Inter BSC Handovers permitted in the same BTS for a single connection. SG1HOPAR=<NULL> Service group 1 handover parameters Cli long: sg1HandoverParms Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute specifies the set of Handover parameters for Service Group 1. NOBAKHO=TRUE No back handover Cli long: enableNobackHo Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute is used to enable/disable the 'Prevention of Back Handover' feature. NOFREPHO=TRUE No handover failures repetition Cli long: enableNoFailRepHo Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute is used to enable/disable the 'Prevention of Handover failures repetition' feature. SG2HOPAR...SG14HOPAR=<NULL> Service group 2 ..14 handover parameters Cli long: sg2HandoverParms Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attributew specify the set of Handover parameters for Service Group 2..14. TRFHITH=90 Traffic handover high threshold Cli long: trafficHighThreshold Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute defines the high traffic level threshold in order to establish if the handover for traffic reason has to be enabled/disabled. The value of the parameter is given in percentage form. range: <NULL>, 8 fields with ranges in correspondence with the HAND parameters they represent. default: <NULL>

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

HAND

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

HAND

range: TRUE, FALSE default: TRUE

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

HAND

range: TRUE, FALSE default: TRUE

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

HAND

range: <NULL>, n fields with ranges in correspondence with the HAND parameters they represent. default: <NULL> range: 50..100 default: 90 unit: 1%

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

HAND

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

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BR PARAMETER TRFLTH=70 Traffic handover low threshold Cli long: trafficLowThreshold Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute defines the low traffic level threshold in order to establish if a cell can be a candidate to receive handover for traffic reason. The value of the parameter is given in percentage form. unit: 1% range: 0.. 85 default: 70

RANGE

MEDIATION NONE (not sent on Abis)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

HAND

range: 0 - 10000 FRACTAMRWBTH1=0 default: 0 Cli long: fullRateActivationAMRWBThreshold1 Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute is the threshold for decompression handover for AMRWB calls, that indicates the percentage of busy TCHs in case of standard cell or complete area of a concentric cell or far area of an extended cell. range: 0 - 10000 FRACTAMRWBTH2=0 default: 0 Cli long: fullRateActivationAMRWBThreshold2 Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute is the threshold for decompression handover for AMRWB calls, that indicates the percentage of busy TCHs in case of inner area of a concentric cell or near area of an extended cell. range: TRUE FALSE ECMPWBNB=FALSE default: FALSE Cli long: enableComprWBToNB Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute is used to enable/disable the rules defined for dynamic half-rate allocation (cell load dependent allocation and compression handover from TCH/WFS to TCH/NHS). HRACTAMRWBTH1=8000 Cli long: halfRateActivationAMRWBThreshold1 Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute is the threshold for activation of dynamic half-rate allocation for AMRWB calls, that indicates the percentage of busy TCHs in case of standard cell or complete area of a concentric cell or far area of an extended cell. HRACTAMRWBTH2=8000 Cli long: halfRateActivationAMRWBThreshold2 Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute is the threshold for activation of dynamic half-rate allocation for AMRWB calls, that indicates the percentage of busy TCHs in case of inner area of a concentric cell or near area of an extended cell. SG15HOPAR Cli long: sg15HandoverParms Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute specifies the set of Handover parameters for Service Group 15. SG16HOPAR Cli long: sg16HandoverParms Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute specifies the set of Handover parameters for Service Group 16 range: 0 - 10000 default: 8000

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

HAND

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

HAND

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

HAND

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

HAND

range: 0 - 10000 default: 8000

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

HAND

range: <NULL>, n fields with ranges in correspondence with the HAND parameters they represent. default: <NULL> range: <NULL>, n fields with ranges in correspondence with the HAND parameters they represent. default: <NULL>

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

HAND

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

ADJC
BASIC

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BR PARAMETER dtmEnabled Abis:enableDTM This new BR attribute Indicates if adjacent cell supports DTM or not.

RANGE range: DTM disabled (N) (0), DTM enabled (Y) (1) default: 0 (DTM disabled)

MEDIATION New parameter in BSxx mapped to existing dtmEnabled

BSS PARAMETER dtmEnabled DTM disabled (N) (0), DTM enabled (Y) (1) default: 0 (DTM disabled) If an adjacent cell is created with a BTS reference, the value is copied from the referenced BTS

BSS MOC BTS

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

ADJC

LEVONC Level offset for neighbour cell: Cli long: levelOffsetNCell Abis: levelOffsetNCell The attribute defines the level offset that is added to the minimum receive level of an adjacent cell to become a target cell in case the ranking method 1 is specified in the hierarchicalCellRankFlag (object HAND). RXLEVMIN Rx level minimum Cli long: rxLevMinCell Abis: rxLevMinCell This attribute holds the minimum received signal strength in a cell for a MS to be handed over to that cell. It is the minimum RXLEV (Reception Level) required from an MS to perform the handover to adjacent cell "adjcn". This parameter is used in the handover preprocessing function.

unit: 1 dB range: 0..63 default: 0

Set fixed to default (0)

NONE

ADJC

unit: 1 dB range: 0..63 0 = less than -110dBm 1 = -110dBm to -109dBm 2 = -109dBm to -108dBm ... 62 = -49dBm to -48dBm 63 = greater than -48dBm default: 12

Mapped to existing BSS parameter rxLevMinCell

RX Lev Min Cell (rxLevMinCell) ADCE Range and step -110...-47 dBm, step 1 dBm Default value -100 dBm With this parameter you define the minimum signal level of an adjacent cell, when a handover is allowed to one of them.

rxLevMinCell = RXLEVMIN

ADJC

unit: 1s TINHBAKHO range: 1-254 Timer to inhibit back handover default: 30 Cli long: timerInhibitBackHo Abis: timerInhibitBackHO The attribute is used to prevent back handover towards the originating cell for Power Budget and Traffic reasons when the previous handover was performed for Imperative and Power Budget reasons. USG Cli long: usage Abis: extraBCCHCell (converted by DBA into TRUE/FALSE: INACTIVE=TRUE, otherwise FALSE) Usage of neighbour cell in SYS INFO This attribute indicates whether the adjacent cell must be sent over system information 2, 5 or both when active, or if it is used only for measurement purposes (inactive).

Set fixed to the value 20 seconds + 2*MinIntBetweenHoReq

ADJC

Set fixed value FALSE CLI: USG range: SI_2 SI_5 SI_2_5 INACTIVE default: SI_2_5 ABIS: extraBCCHCell TRUE (extra BCCH cell) 01 FALSE (no extra BCCH cell) 00 default value: 00 The attribute indicates whether the adjacent cell is a normal cell which can be used at handover decisions (value FALSE) or an extra BCCH cell intended for measuring purposes only (value TRUE). This attribute determines whether the adjacent cell was hold into the bookkeeping list (so it can be used for handover, value FALSE) or is ignored by the bookkeeping routine (value TRUE). A change of the attribute becomes effective in the next SACCH multiframe.

NONE

Handover Decision due to BSS Resource Management Criteria:

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BR PARAMETER BHOFOT Back handover forbidden timer for traffic handover Cli long: backHoForbiddenTimer Abis: backHoForbiddenTimer This parameter is used to prevent back handover towards the originating cell for Traffic and Power Budget reasons when the previous handover was performed for traffic reasons. Values are expressed in seconds. TRFHOM Traffic Handover margin Cli long: trafficHandoverMargin Abis: trafficHoMargin This parameter defines the nominal cell border between cells. The set value ranges from -63 dB to +63 dB (1 dB step size). unit: 1s range: 1..120 default: 30

RANGE Set fixed to 60

MEDIATION

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

ADJC

unit: 1dB range: 0..126 0 = -63dB 126 = +63dB default: 67 (= 4dB)

Mapped to existing BSS parameter amhTrhoPbgtMargin

HOC amhTrhoPbgtMargin With this parameter you define the power budget margin used in Advance Multilayer Handling when the load of the cell exceeds the value defined with the AMH Upper Load Threshold (AUT). Range and step -24...24 dBm, step 1 dBm Default value 255 dBm ADCE TRHO Target Level (trhoTargetLevel) Range and step -109...-47 dBm, step 1 dBm Default value 0 dBm internal_value = (gui_value + 110) With this parameter you define the minimum signal level when a traffic reason handover is allowed to an adjacent cell.

amhTrhoPbgtMargin = -24 + ([ADJC] TRFHOM / (126 / 48))

ADJC

unit: 1dB TRFHORXLVMOFF range: -24...+24 (dB) Traffic handover receive level minimum offset default: 6 (dB) Cli long: trafficHoRxLevMinOffset Abis: trafficHoRxLevMinOffset This attribute defines a neighbour cell specific level offset that is added to RXLREVMIN value of a particular neighbour cell, during the target cell list generation for traffic handover. Iis foreseen in order to make sure that a traffic handover is only attempted towards those target cells that provide sufficient service quality conditions It enhances the minimum criteria defined by the attributeRXLEVMIN.

Mapped to existing BSS parameter trhoTargetLevel

trhoTargetLevel = 1 + ([ADJC] TRFHORXLVMOFF + 24) / (62 / 48))

ADJC

DTMHOM DTM Handover Margin Cli long: dTMHandoverMargin Abis: hoMarginDTM This parameter defines a threshold for the DTM power budget handover. The DTM handover margin is used for the DTM power budget handover decision process: a DTM power budget handover (DTM Better cell. handover) is only triggered (i.e. an INTERCELL HANDOVER CONDITION INDICATION with cause DTM better cell. is sent to the BSC) if the DTM power budget of a specific neighbor cell exceeds the DTM handover margin set for the ADJC/ADJC3G object representing this cell.

Dual Transfer Mode Power Budget HO Handling: Mapped to existing BSS parameter unit: 1dB dtmPowerBudgetMargin range: 0..126 0 = -63dB 126 = +63dB default: 69 (= 6dB)

ADCE dtmPowerBudgetMargin Range and step -24...63 dB, step 1 dB Default value 6 dB With this parameter you define a power budget handover threshold for moving: a) DTM capable mobiles to a DTM capable neighbour cell when the serving cell is not supporting DTM, b) DTM call attempts to a DTM capable neighbour cell when there are no free resources for a DTM allocation in the serving DTM capable cell, c) DTM calls from a DTM capable cell to a non-DTM capable cell.

if ( DTMPBGTHO ==FALSE) { dtmPowerBudgetMargin = 87 /* 63 dB */ } else { dtmPowerBudgetMargin = DTMHOM - 39 }

ADJC

DTMPL DTM Priority layer Cli long: dTMPriorityLayer Abis: priorityLayerDTMncell If hierarchical cell handover is enabled (HIERC=TRUE) this parameter determines the DTM priority layer of the own cell. This priority is only evaluated for the Power Budget handover decision. The priority layers of the neighbor cells are administered in the ADJC object).

range: 0..15 0 = highest priority 15 = lowest priority default: 0

Mapped to existing BSS parameters according to the rule: if ( DTMenabled = 1) DTMPL=hoPriorityLevel*2 else DTMPL =lowest priority (15)

NONE

ADJC

EDLDERHOPWR Enable Downlink Derived Handover Power Cli long: enableDLDerivedHOPower Abis: enableDLDerivedHOPower This attribute is used to enable the feature in the DL direction. EULDERHOPWR Enable Uplink Derived Handover Power Cli long: enableULDerivedHOPower Abis: enableULDerivedHOPower This attribute is used to enable the feature in the UL direction.

Derived Handover Power: range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

Parameter not relevant for migration

NONE

ADJC

range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

Parameter not relevant for migration

NONE

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BR PARAMETER

RANGE Inter-cell Forced Handover: unit: 1dB range: 0..24 default: 6

MEDIATION

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER

ADJC

FHORLMO Forced handover Rx level minimum offset Cli long: fHORxLevMinOffset Abis: fHORxLevMinOffset This attribute defines the 'forced handover received level minimum offset' which is used by the handover decision algorithm to determine whether a neighbour cell is regarded as suitable target cell for forced handover or not. It enhances the minimum criteria defined by the attribute RXLEVMIN.

Set fixed to default (6)

NONE

ADJC

Fast Uplink Handover: range: TRUE, FALSE FULHOC default: FALSE Fast uplink handover predefined cell Cli long: fastULHoCell Abis: fastULHoCell This parameter indicates whether the adjacent cell is a predefined fast uplink handover cell. When searching a target cell for a fast uplink handover, cells that have the attribute FULHOC set at TRUE will be preferred to cells that have this attribute set to FALSE. FULRXLVMOFF Fast uplink handover receive level minimum offset Cli long: fastULRxLevMinOffset Abis: fastULRxLevMinOffset The value of this parameter is used to select a target cell for fast uplink handover. The value 0 corresponds to -63 dB and the value 126 corresponds to +63 dB (0 dB correspond to 63 value). unit: 1dB range: 0..126 (-63dB..+63dB) default: 69 (=6dB)

Mapped to existing chainedAdjacentCell

BSS

ADCE parameters chainedAdjacentCell Range and step adjacent cell is not chained (N) (0), adjacent cell is chained (Y) (1) Default value adjacent cell is not chained (N) (0) With this parameter you define the adjacent cell as a chained cell, to which the rapid field drop handover criteria are applied.

if FULHOC = TRUE chainedAdjacentCell =1 else chainedAdjacentCell =

-> 0

ADJC

Set fixed to default (69)

NONE

ADJC

HOM Handover margin Cli long: hoMargin Abis: hoMargin The value of this attribute is used as a threshold to prevent repetitive hand-over between adjacent cells, should the handover be caused by received signal level or the power budget process. The set value ranges from -63 dB to +63 dB (1 dB step size). Default value 69 corresponds to 6 dB. TIMERFHO Timer for forced handover Cli long: timerFHO Abis: timerFHO This attribute specifies the timer running in the BTS that controls the duration of how long a former serving cell, from which forced handover was performed to the new serving cell, may not be considered in the handover decision algorithm for power budget handovers of the new serving cell and may not be contained in the target cell list. It is started during the Directed Retry procedure at the reception of a Channel Activation message containing a Cell Identifier (no target) IE in the 'directed retry target BTS'.

Inter-cell Forced Handover: unit: 1dB range: 0..126 0 = -63dB 126 = +63dB default: 69 (= 6dB)

Mapped to existing BSS parameters hoMarginPbgt

ADCE hoMarginPbgt Range and step -24...63 dB, step 1 dB Default value 6 dB With this parameter you define a threshold in the power budget process. The handover margin prevents repeated handover between adjacent cells.

hoMarginPbgt = -24 + ([ADJC] HOM / (126 / 87))

ADJC

unit: 10s range: 1..320 default: 12 (=120s)

Set to fixed value 12

NONE

ADJC

EUSDCHO Enable UMTS SDCCH handover Cli long: enableUmtsSdcchHo Abis: enableUmtsSdcchHO This attribute is used to enable/disable SDCCH Handover and Directed Retry to UMTS.

Handover from GSM to UMTS: range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

Mapped to existing BSS parameters interSystemDa

interSystemDa HOC Range and step false (0), true (1) Default value false (0) With this parameter you enable or disable the InterSystem Direct Access to the WCDMA RAN. If the value of the parameter is Yes, the Inter-System Direct Access to the WCDMA RAN is tried first.

interSystemDa = EUSDCHO

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BR PARAMETER unit: 1dB HOMDOFF range: 0..127 Handover margin dynamic offset default: 0 Cli long: hoMarginDynamicOffset Abis: hoMarginDynamicOffset This parameter is only relevant for speed sensitive handover. It specifies the dynamic offset by which the handover margin is reduced after expiry of the timer HOMDTIME. Values expressed in dB.

RANGE

MEDIATION Mapped to existing msSpeedThresholdPx BSS

BSS PARAMETER parameters msSpeedThresholdPx Range and step 1...32, step 1 default: 3 MS Speed Threshold Px - the parameter is used in threshold comparison between the averaged MS speed and the upper and lower speed thresholds. Px is the number of averages out of total averages that have to be lower/higher than the threshold, before a handover due to MS speed is possible. This parameter is common to both lower and upper speed thresholds The meaning of this parameter is different for BTSplus and standard BSS.

BSS MOC HOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER msSpeedThresholdPx 1+ HOMDOFF/127/31 from each ADJC and collapse then form ADJCs to HAND object taking the mean value from ADJCs where speed sensitive HO was enabled (otherwise default 0 will be taken))

ADJC

HOMDTIME Handover margin delay time Cli long: hoMarginDelayTime Abis: hoMarginDelayTime This parameter is relevant for speed sensitive handover; it specifies the time an immediate handover request is delayed when a power budget handover is requested.

unit: 1 SACCH multiframe range: 0..255 default: 0

Mapped to existing fastMovingThreshold

BSS

ADCE parameters fastMovingThreshold Range and step 0...255 SACCH fr, step 1 SACCH fr Default value 0 SACCH fr 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. parameters msSpeedThresholdNx HOC Range and step 1...32, step 1 default: 6 MS Speed Threshold Nx - the parameter is used in threshold comparison between the averaged MS speed and the upper and lower speed thresholds. Nx is the total number of averages to be taken into account before the decision is possible. This parameter is common to both lower and upper speed thresholds. The meaning of this parameter is totally different for BTSplus and standard BSS.

fastMovingThreshold = HOMDTIME

ADJC

unit: 1dB HOMSOFF range: 0..127 Handover margin static offset. default: 0 Cli long: hoMarginStaticOffset Abis: hoMarginStaticOffset This parameter is only relevant for speed sensitive handover; it specifies the static offset by which the handover margin is increased as long as the timer HOMDTIME runs.

Mapped to existing msSpeedThresholdNx

BSS

take value: 1+ [ADJC] HOMSOFF/127/31 from each ADJC and collapse then form ADJCs to HAND object taking the mean value from ADJCs where speed sensitive HO was enabled (otherwise default 0 will be taken))

ADJC

range: TRUE, FALSE MICROCELL default: FALSE Cli long: microcell Abis: microcell This parameter determines whether the adjacent cell is regarded as a 'microcell'. Only if this parameter is set at TRUE the 'speed sensitive handover' algorithm will be in effect for this neighbour cell. Precondition: the database flag for speed sensitive handover is set at 'enabled' (parameter DPBGTHO = TRUE in SET HAND command).

Mapped to existing BSS parameters according to the gsmMicrocellThreshold BSC rule: Range and step 5...39 dBm, step 2 dBm Default value 33 dBm if (msTxPwrMaxGSM (ADJC, - for GSM, 850) or With this parameter you define the microcell size by msTxPwrMaxGSM1x00 (ADJC, - for DCS, PCS) <= means of the maximum transmission power of the MS gsmMicrocellThreshold) in a GSM cell. If you set the parameter value at 43 { MICROCELL = true;} dBm, the division of cells into macrocells and microcells is not in use.

NONE

ADJC

PLNC Priority layer of neighbour cell Cli long: priorityLayerNCell Abis: priorityLayerNCell The attribute defines the priority layer of the neighbour cell (0 highest priority; 15 lowest priority).

range: 0..15 0 = highest priority 15 = lowest priority default: 0

Mapped to existing BSS parameters hoPriorityLevel hoPriorityLevel ADCE Range and step 0...7, step 1 Default value 3 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.

hoPriorityLevel = PLNC / 2

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BR PARAMETER PPLNC Penalty priority layer of neighbour cell Cli long: penaltyPriorityLayerNCell Abis: penaltyPriorityLayerNCell This parameter is relevant for speed sensitive handover; it determines the temporary priority layer of the neighbour cell.

RANGE range: 0..15 0 = highest priority 15 = lowest priority default: 0

MEDIATION

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER hcsPriorityClass =PL / (15 / 7)

ADCE Mapped to existing BSS parameters hcsPriorityClass hcsPriorityClass Range and step 0...7, step 1 Default value 0 With this parameter you define the HCS (hierarchical cell structures) priority for the cells. 0 is the lowest and 7 is the highest priority. In the adjacent cell creation, if this parameter is not given and the SEG and the adjacent cell are in the same BSS, the value of this parameter is copied from the SEG.

ADJC

TGTCELL Cli long: targetCell Abis: internalTargetCell (converted by DBA into TRUE/FALSE) This attribute indicates the adjacent cell, namely the BTS object if it belongs to the same BSC (TGTCELL = BTSM:#/BTS:#) or the TGTBTS if it belongs to another BSC (TGTCELL = TGTBTS:#), or the TGTFDD or TGTTDD if it is a UMTS one.

This is parameter which is internally filled by BSC CLI: format: object instance path name Internal cells BTSM:n/BTS:m External cells TGTBTS:n ABIS: TRUE/FALSE The attribute defines if the corresponding adjacent cell belongs to the same BSC area (value = TRUE) or to another BSC (value = FALSE). It is used in the BTS to build the candidate list for the HO for traffic reason. A change of the attribute becomes effective immediately.

NONE

ADJC

unit: 1s TINHFAIHO range: 1-254 Timer to inhibit handover failure repetit default: 7 Cli long: timerInhibitFailHo Abis: timerInhibitFailHO The attribute specifies the timer used by the BTS to exclude a cell from the target cell list, when the threshold MAXFAILHO has been reached. LEVHOM Level handover margin Cli long: levelHOMargin Abis: levelHOMargin This parameter represents a threshold to guarantee a handover to a target cell with a higher level than the serving cell, without altering the behaviour of the other handover types.

Mapped to existing BSS parameters minIntBetweenUnsuccHoAttempt

minIntBetweenUnsuccHoAttempt Range and step 0...31 s, step 1 s Default value 3 s With this parameter you define the minimum interval between unsuccessful handover attempts related to the same connection.

HOC

minIntBetweenUnsuccHoAttempt = TINHFAIHO 1) / (253 / 31)

ADJC

Introduction of Level Handover Margin Parameters unit: 1dB Mapped to existing BSS parameters hoMarginLev: range: 0..126 LEVHOM = (hoMarginLev) + 63 0 = -63dB 126 = +63dB default: 69 (= 6dB)

hoMarginLev ADCE Range and step -24...24 dB, step 1 dB Default value 3 dB With this parameter you define a threshold for a handover caused by signal level.

hoMarginLev = -24 + ( LEVHOM / (126 / 48))

ADJC

QUALLEVHOM Level handover margin for quality handover Cli long: qualLevelHoMargin Abis: qualLevelHoMargin This parameter defines the margin by which the DL power level of a target cell shall exceed the DL power level of the serving cell to be entered into the target cell list in case of a quality HO.

Level Handover Margin for Quality Handover : unit: 1dB Mapped to existing BSS parameters hoMarginLev: range: 0..126 QUALLEVHOM = hoMarginQual + 63 0 = -63dB 126 = +63dB default: 69 (= 6dB)

hoMarginQual

ADCE

hoMarginLev = -24 + ( QUALLEVHOM / (126 / 48))

CLI ATTRIBUTES NOT SENT ON ABIS

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BR MOC ADJC

BR PARAMETER BARINSYSINF10 Cli long: barredInSysInfo10 Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS In Sysinfo10 it is possible to indicate a cell as barred. If barred in Sysinfo10 the MS will skip this cell as a possible target for cell reselection. This opportunity can be used to avoid the cell reselection of a cell belonging to a different LAC in group receive mode while still maintaining the possibility to select such a cell both in idle mode and as HO target. The parameter BARINSYSINF10 is used to configure a certain cell as barred in Sysinfo10. GHCSPC Cli long: gprsHierarchicalCellStructPriorityClass Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute represents the Hierarchical Cell Structure priority for cell reselection. GHCSTH Cli long: gprsHierarchicalCellStructureThreshold Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute indicates the signal strength threshold used in HCS cell reselection procedure. The set value ranges from -110 dB to -48 dB. GPENTIME Cli long: gprsPenaltyTime Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute gives the duration for which the GPRS_TEMPORARY_ OFFSET is applied in cell reselection procedure. The following list shows the correspondence between selected values and real values: 0 0 0 0 0 10 seconds 0 0 0 0 1 20 seconds ... ... 1 1 1 1 1 320 seconds GRESOFF Cli long: gprsReselectOffset Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute specifies to mobile station the positive or negative offset and hysteresis to be applied to GPRS Reselection Criterion. The set value ranges from -52 dB to +48 dB; the step size is 4 dB for the first 11 values, 2 dB for the next 12 values and 4 dB for the last 9 values, as shown in the table below: 0 -52 dB 1 -48 dB ..... ...... 10 -12 dB 11 -10 dB ..... ...... 22 +12 dB 23 +16 dB ..... ...... 31 +48 dB

RANGE range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

MEDIATION NONE (not sent on Abis)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

ADJC

range: 0 - 7 default: 3

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

ADJC

unit: 2dB range: 0..31 0=-110dB, 31=-48dB default: 10

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

ADJC

unit: 10s range: 0..31 default: 0 (=10s)

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

ADJC

unit: 4dB (for the first 11 values and for the last 9 values) 2dB (for all remaining values) range: 0..31 default: 16

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

ADJC

range: TRUE, FALSE GSUP default: FALSE Cli long: gprsSupported Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute indicates whether the adjacent cell supports the GPRS service or not.

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

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BR PARAMETER GTEMPOFF Cli long: gprsTemporaryOffset Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute applies a negative offset to C31 for the duration of GPRS_PENALTY_TIME. The 7 value means infinity; the step size for values between 1 and 6 is 10 dB. NCC1THADJC Cli long: ncC1ThresholdAdjacent Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute establishes the threshold concerning the C1 value for an adjacent cell. The following list shows the correspondence between selected values and real values: DB00 0 dB DB01 1 dB .... DB63 63 dB NCGPENTIME Cli long: ncGprsPenaltyTime Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute gives the duration for which the NcGprsTemporaryOffset is applied in GPRS Network Controlled Cell Reselection procedure. The following list shows the correspondence between selected values and real values: SEC000 0 seconds SEC001 1 second SEC002 2 seconds .... SEC320 320 seconds unit: 10dB range: 0..7 7=infinity default: 1

RANGE

MEDIATION NONE (not sent on Abis)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

ADJC

range: DB00..DB63 (0dB..63dB) step size: 1dB default: DB05 (5dB)

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

ADJC

range: SEC000SEC320 (0 sec. .. 320 sec.) step size: 1 sec. default: SEC000 (0 sec.)

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

ADJC

NCGRESOFF Cli long: ncGprsReselectOffset Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute specifies to mobile station the positive or negative offset and hysteresis to be applied to C32 value in the GPRS Netwrok Controlled Cell Reselection procedure . The set value ranges from -52 dB to +48 dB. MDB52 -52 dB MDB51 -51 dB ..... ...... MDB10 -10 dB MDB9 -9 dB ..... ...... DB22 +22 dB DB23 +23 dB ..... ...... DB48 +48 dB NCGTEMPOFF Cli long: ncGprsTemporaryOffset Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute applies a negative offset to C32 for the duration of NcGprsPenaltyTime in GPRS Network Controlled Cell Reselection Procedure The set value ranges from 0 dB to 60 dB.The value NEVER means infinity. DB00 0 dB DB01 1 dB ..... ...... DB59 +59 dB DB60 +60 dB

range: MDB52...MDB01 (-52dB..-1dB) DB00..DB48 (0dB..48dB) step size: 1dB default: DB00 (0dB)

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

ADJC

range: DB00..DB60 (0dB..60dB) NEVER step size: 1dB default: DB00 (0dB)

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

ABIS ATTRIBUTES COMING FROM OTHER CLI OBJECTS

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BR MOC TGTBTS

BR PARAMETER BCCHFREQ Cli long: bcchFrequency Abis: BCCH ARFCN This attribute defines the absolute radio frequency channel number of the BCCH channel. BSIC Cli long: bsIdentityCode Abis: bsIdentityCode This parameter represents the Base Station Identity Code and it consists of two fields: NCC (Network Colour Code) and BCC (BS Colour Code). range: 0 1023 NO_DEFAULT

RANGE

MEDIATION Mapped to existing BSS parameter bcchFrequency

BSS PARAMETER bcchFrequency Range and step 0...65535, step 1 Default value -

BSS MOC ADCE

CONVERTION in EXPORTER bcchFrequency = BCCHFREQ

TGTBTS

Ncc 0 - 7 Bcc 0 7 NO_DEFAULT

Mapped to existing BSS parameters adjCellBsicNcc and adjCellBsicBcc

adjCellBsicNcc With this parameter you define the network colour code number. Range and step 0...7, step 1 Default value adjCellBsicBcc Range and step 0...7, step 1 Default value -With this parameter you define the BTS colour code number. The BSIC parameter, which is used to identify the BTS, is composed of the NCC and BCC parameters. BSIC must be equal to the BSIC parameter of adjacent BTS. This parameter is mandatory in creation if the adjacent cell and the BTS are not under the same BSS.

ADCE

adjCellBsicNcc = NCC field of BSIC adjCellBsicBcc = BCC field of BSIC

TGTBTS

CELLGLID Cli long: cellGlobalIdentity (MCC-MNC-LAC-CI) Abis: cellGlobalIdentity Cell Global Identity. This attribute contains the Cell Identification (CI) and the Location Area Id of the cell A Location Area Id is unique within a GSM PLMN; a Cell Identification is unique within a location area.It consists of four fields: MCC Mobile Country Code MNC Mobile Network Code LAC Location Area Code Cl Cell Identity

MCC 3..3 char string MNC 2..3 char string LAC 0 - 65535 CI 0 65535 NO_DEFAULT

Mapped to existing BSS parameters: adjacentCellIdMNC adjacentCellIdMCC LAC adjacentCellIdCI

adjacentCellIdMNC Range and step 2...3 characters Default value Description With this parameter you define the MNC of the adjacent cell (target cell). adjacentCellIdMCC Range and step 3 characters Default value -Description With this parameter you define the MCC of the adjacent cell (target cell). LAC With this parameter you define the LAC of the adjacent cell (target cell). Range and step 1...65533, step 1 Default value adjacentCellIdCI Range and step 0...65535, step 1 Default value Description With this parameter you define the CI of the adjacent cell (target cell).

ADCE

adjacentCellIdMNC = MNC field of CELLGLID adjacentCellIdMCC = MCC field of CELLGLID LAC = LACC field of CELLGLID adjacentCellIdCI = CI field of CELLGLID

TGTBTS

MSTXPMAXDCS MSTXPMAXGSM MSTXPMAXPCS Cli long: msTxPwrMaxDcs msTxPwrMaxGsm msTxPwrMaxPcs Abis: msTxPwrMaxCell

range description at target

Mapped to existing BSS parameters msTxPwrMaxGSM and msTxPwrMaxGSM1x00

MS Tx Pwr Max GSM (msTxPwrMaxGSM) Description With this parameter you define the maximum transmission power of the MS for each adjacent cell. This parameter replaces old ms_txpwr_max_cell parameter. Range and step 5...39 dBm, step 2 dBm Default value 33 dBm MS Tx Pwr Max GSM1x00 (msTxPwrMaxGSM1x00) Range and step 0...36, step 2 Default value 30 Description With this parameter you define the maximum transmission power of the MS for each adjacent cell.

ADCE

msTxPwrMaxGSM = MSTXPMAXGSM msTxPwrMaxGSM1x00 = MSTXPMAXDCS / MSTXPMAXPCS

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BR MOC

BR PARAMETER

RANGE

MEDIATION

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER

ADJC3G
ADJC3G DTMHOM Cli long: dTMHandoverMargin Abis: hoMarginDTM DTMPL Cli long: dTMPriorityLayer Abis: priorityLayerDTMncell HOM Cli long: hoMargin Abis: hoMargin HOMDOFF Cli long: hoMarginDynamicOffset Abis: hoMarginDynamicOffset HOMDTIME Cli long: hoMarginDelayTime Abis: hoMarginDelayTime HOMSOFF Cli long: hoMarginStaticOffset Abis: hoMarginStaticOffset MICROCELL Cli long: microcell Abis: microcell PLNC Cli long: priorityLayerNCell Abis: priorityLayerNCell PPLNC Cli long: penaltyPriorityLayerNCell Abis: penaltyPriorityLayerNCell RXLEVMINC Rx level minimum of 3G neighbour Cli long: rxLevMinCell Abis: rxLevMinCell This parameter determines the minimum received signal level the adjacent UMTS cell must provide to be regarded as suitable target cell for handover.The parameter is coded according to the following table:0 RSCP < - 115 dBm1 - 115 dBm <= RSCP < - 114 dBm... ...62 - 54 dBm <= RSCP < - 53 dBm63 - 53 dBm <= RSCP. Dual Transfer Mode Power Budget HO Handling: same as [ADJC-3] Set it to fixed to 69 (= 6dB) NONE

ADJC3G

same as [ADJC-4]

Mapped fixed according to rule: DTMPL =same as serving cell Handover from GSM to UMTS:

NONE

ADJC3G

same as [ADJC-16]

Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration) Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration) Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration) Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration) Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration) Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration) Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration) Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

ADJC3G

same as [ADJC-17]

NONE

ADJC3G

same as [ADJC-18]

NONE

ADJC3G

same as [ADJC-19]

NONE

ADJC3G

same as [ADJC-22]

NONE

ADJC3G

same as [ADJC-27]

NONE

ADJC3G

same as [ADJC-28]

NONE

ADJC3G

unit: 1 dB range: 0.. 63 0: RSCP < - 115 dBm 1: -115dBm RSCP < -114dBm ... ... 62: -54dBm RSCP < -53dBm 63: - 53 dBm RSCP default: 5 (for FDD) 15 (for TDD) CLI: Pathname (i.e. OBJ1:2/OBJ2:1/OBJ3:5) ABIS: TRUE/FALSE The attribute fdd indicates whether the neighbour cell is a FDD or TDD cell. A change of the attribute becomes effective in the next SACCH multiframe.

NONE

ADJC3G

TGTCELL UMTS FDD target cell Cli long: targetCell This attribute indicates the adjacent cell, namely the BTS object if it belongs to the same BSC (TGTCELL = BTSM:#/BTS:#) or the TGTBTS if it belongs to another BSC (TGTCELL = TGTBTS:#), or the TGTFDD or TGTTDD if it is a UMTS one.

Mapped to existing parameter scramblingCode according to the rule: if (scramblingCode = 0xFFFF) { scramblingCode = 0x00 (set to default); fdd = false (TDD cell); cellParameter acc. to cellParameter coming from BSC; syncCase acc. to BSC; } else /* scrambling code != 65535 */ { scrambling code acc. BSC; fdd = true (FDD cell); cellParameter = 0 ; syncCase = 0; }

scramblingCode ADJW Range and step 0...511, step 1 Default value With this parameter you define the downlink scrambling code of the primary common pilot channel of the adjacent UTRAN cell. to identify the type of a neighbour UTRAN cell. TDD type of neighboring UTRAN cells have always (scramblingCode) = 65535 (0xFFFF)

scramblingCode = FDDSCRMC

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BR MOC ADJC3G

BR PARAMETER unit: 1s TINHFAIHO range: 1-254 Timer to inhibit handover failure repetition for 3G neighbour cell default: 7 Cli long: timerInhibitFailHo Abis: timerInhibitFailHO The attribute specifies the timer used by the BTS to exclude a cell from the target cell list, when the threshold MAXFAILHO has been reached. UADJ UMTS adjust Cli long: umtsAdjust Abis: umtsAdjust This attribute is used in "Better Cell Handover" from GSM to UMTS to adjust the carrier level of the related UMTS adjacent cell compared to the carrier level of the serving cell. UMECNO UMTS minimum Ec/No Cli long: umtsMinEcNo Abis: umtsMinEcNo This attribute defines the minimum level which is required to include an UMTS FDD cell into the handover target cell list in case of an "Imperative HO"; it is valid only for FDD cells in case [BTS-110].FDDREPQTY (fddReportingQuantity)= EC_N0. USECNO UMTS sufficient Ec/No Cli long: umtsSuffEcNo Abis: umtsSuffEcNo This attribute defines the threshold above which BTS initiates a "Sufficient UMTS Coverage HO " from GSM to UMTS in case of FDD when [BTS-110].FDDREPQTY (fddReportingQuantity) is set at EC_N0 value.

RANGE

MEDIATION Mapped to existing parameter minIntBetweenUnsuccHoAttempt according to the rule: MAX(1,minIntBetweenUnsuccHoAttempt) to come to a range 1..31

BSS PARAMETER minIntBetweenUnsuccHoAttempt Range and step 0...31 s, step 1 s Default value 3 s With this parameter you define the minimum interval between unsuccessful handover attempts related to the same connection.

BSS MOC HOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER minIntBetweenUnsuccHoAttempt = TINHFAIHO 1) / (253 / 31))

ADJC3G

unit: 1dB range: 0..126 (-63dB..+63dB) default: 63 (=0dB)

Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

ADJC3G

unit: 0.5 dB range: 0.. 49 0: X < - 24 dB 1: - 24dB X < -23.5dB ... ... 48: - 0.5dB X < 0dB 49: 0dB X with X= CPICH Ec/No default: 19 unit: 0.5 dB range: 0.. 49 0: X < - 24 dB 1: - 24dB X < -23.5dB ... ... 48: - 0.5dB X < 0dB 49: 0dB X with X= CPICH Ec/No default: 23

Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

ADJC3G

Mapped to existing BSS parameters minEcnoThreshold

minEcnoThreshold Range and step -24...0.5 dB, step 0.5 dB Default value -15 dB With this parameter you define the minimum CPICH Ec/Io level of an adjacent WCDMA RAN cell for an intersystem handover attempt. The threshold level must be exceeded before the BSC is allowed to trigger a handover attempt towards the adjacent WCDMA RAN cell. NOTE: The value 0.5 dB of this parameter means that the BSC is never allowed to initiate a handover attempt from the serving GSM cell towards the WCDMA RAN cell because a CPICH Ec/Io level measured by mobiles can be maximum 0 dB.

ADJW

minEcnoThreshold = UMECNO

ADJC3G

USRSCP UMTS FDD sufficient RSCP Cli long: umtsSuffRscp Abis: umtsSuffRscp This attribute defines the threshold above which BTS initiates a "Sufficient UMTS Coverage HO " from GSM to UMTS in case of TDD adjacent cell or in case of FDD when [BTS-110].FDDREPQTY (fddReportingQuantity) is set at RSCP value. The variable default must be managed depending on whether the adjacent cell is a TDD or a FDD one.

unit: 1 dB range: 0.. 63 0: RSCP < - 115 dBm 1: -115dBm RSCP < -114dBm ... ... 62: -54dBm RSCP < -53dBm 63: - 53 dBm RSCP <NULL> default: 8 default: 8 for FDD 18 for TDD CLI ATTRIBUTES NOT SENT ON ABIS range: TRUE, FALSE default: FALSE

Parameter removed (feature not relevant for migration)

NONE

ADJC3G

GMICROCU Cli long: gprsMicrocellUmts Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS The attribute specifies whether an UMTS neighbour cell is a UMTS microcell for which the additional MSS condition of the Mobile Speed Sensitive (MSS) NC GSM/GPRS to UMTS cell reselection algorithm shall be applied.

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

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BR MOC ADJC3G

BR PARAMETER unit: 1s TUESP range: 0 .. 100 Cli long: timerUeSpeed default: 5 Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS The attribute specifies is used Mobile Speed Sensitive NC GSM/GPRS to UMTS cell reselection. An UMTS microcell is only included in the UMTS target cell list, if the threshold condition for "sufficient UMTS coverage" is met during the whole timer period. A "fast moving" mobile will violate this timer condition and therefore, NC cell reselection from a GSM/GPRS serving cell to this UMTS microcell is not performed for a "fast moving" mobile. Values expressed in seconds.

RANGE

MEDIATION NONE (not sent on Abis)

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER NONE

ADJC3G

USECNONCRESEL Cli long: umtsSuffEcNoNcResel Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute defines the sufficient Ec/No threshold above which BSC initiates a "NC cell reselection from GSM/GPRS to UMTS due to sufficient UMTS coverage". For FDD cells this attribute is meaningful if the parameter FDD_REP_QUANT is set to Ec/No reporting; for TDD cells it is never used.

unit: 0.5 dB range: 0.. 49 0: X < - 24 dB 1: - 24dB X < -23.5dB ... ... 48: - 0.5dB X < 0dB 49: 0dB X with X= CPICH Ec/No default: 19 (= -15 Ec/No 14,5 dB) unit: 1 dB range: 0.. 63 0: RSCP < - 115 dBm 1: -115dBm RSCP < -114dBm ... ... 62: -54dBm RSCP < -53dBm 63: - 53 dBm RSCP <NULL> default: 8 ABIS ATTRIBUTES COMING FROM OTHER CLI OBJECTS range: MCPS384, MCPS128 default: -

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

ADJC3G

USRSCPNCRESEL Cli long: umtsSuffRscpNcResel Abis: NOT-ON-ABIS This attribute defines the sufficient RSCP threshold above which BSC initiates a "NC cell reselection from GSM/GPRS due to sufficient UMTS coverage". For FDD cells this attribute is meaningful if the parameter FDD_REP_QUANT is set to RSCP reporting; for TDD cells it is always used.

NONE (not sent on Abis)

NONE

TGTTDD

BNDWIDTDD Cli long: bandwidthTdd Abis: bandwidth Bandwidth TDD, this parameter defines the bandwidth of the TDD cell. BCCHFREQ Cli long: bcchFrequency Abis: BCCH ARFCN/ bCCHFrequency This attribute defines the absolute radio frequency channel number of the BCCH channel.

Parameter removed

NONE

TGTBTS

range: 0 1023 NO_DEFAULT

Mapped to existing BSS parameter uarfcn

uarfcn Range and step 0...16383, step 1 Default value With this parameter you define the downlink carrier frequency of the adjacent UTRAN cell. The frequency must be given as the UTRAN Absolute

ADJW

uarfcn = BCCHFREQ

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BR MOC TGTTDD TGTFDD

BR PARAMETER CELLGLID Cli long: cellGlobalIdentity Abis: cellGlobalIdentity Cli long: cellGlobalIdentity (MCC-MNC-LAC-CI) Abis: cellGlobalIdentity Cell Global Identity. This attribute contains the Cell Identification (CI) and the Location Area Id of the cell A Location Area Id is unique within a GSM PLMN; a Cell Identification is unique within a location area.It consists of four fields: MCC Mobile Country Code MNC Mobile Network Code LAC Location Area Code Cl Cell Identi

RANGE MCC 3..3 char string MNC 2..3 char string LAC 0 - 65535 CI 0 65535 NO_DEFAULT

MEDIATION Mapped to existing BSS parameters: adjacentCellIdMNC adjacentCellIdMCC LAC adjacentCellIdCI

BSS PARAMETER adjacentCellIdMNC Range and step 2...3 characters Default value Description With this parameter you define the MNC of the adjacent cell (target cell). adjacentCellIdMCC Range and step 3 characters Default value -Description With this parameter you define the MCC of the adjacent cell (target cell). LAC With this parameter you define the LAC of the adjacent cell (target cell). Range and step 1...65533, step 1 Default value adjacentCellIdCI Range and step 0...65535, step 1 Default value Description With this parameter you define the CI of the adjacent cell (target cell).

BSS MOC ADCE

CONVERTION in EXPORTER adjacentCellIdMNC = MNC field of CELLGLID adjacentCellIdMCC = MCC field of CELLGLID LAC = LACC field of CELLGLID adjacentCellIdCI = CI field of CELLGLID

TGTTDD

TDDCPAR Cli long: tddCellParameter Abis: cellParameter TDD cell parameter, this parameter defines the cell parameter. (3GPP TS 25.223).

range: 0..127 default: -

Mapped to existing BSS parameter cellParameter

cellParameter Range and step 0...127, step 1 Default value 0 With this parameter you define the downlink cell parameter of the primary common pilot channel of the adjacent TD-SCDMA RAN cell. Special value description: If the Scrambling Code parameter value is other than 65535, the Cell Parameter value is changed to 255.

ADJW

cellParameter = TDDCPAR

TGTTDD TGTFDD

range: 0..19 MSTXPMAXUMTS default: 1 Cli long: msTxPwrMaxUmts Abis: msTxPwrMaxCell Maximum transmission power level UMTS, indicates the maximum transmission power level a MS is allowed to use in the UMTS TDD neighbour cell. RNCID Cli long: rncId Abis: rncId RNC Identity, this parameter determines the identity of the TDDRNC (UMTS TDD Radio Network Controller) the target TDD cell is connected to. range: 0..4095 default: 0

Set fixed to the maximum: 19

NONE

TGTTDD TGTFDD

Mapped to existing BSS parameter rncId

rncId With this parameter you define the radio network controller that controls the adjacent UTRAN cell on the UTRAN network. Range and step 1...4095, step 1 Default value -

ADJW

rncId

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BR MOC TGTFDD

BR PARAMETER FDDSCRMC Cli long: fddScramblingCode Abis: umtsAdjust FDD scrambling code, this parameter corresponds to the 'Scrambling Code' which is sent to the MS/UE within the FDD_CELL_INFORMATION field which is included in - the SYSTEM INFORMATION TYPE 2quater sent on the BCCH - the MEASUREMENT INFORMATION message sent to the MS/UE via the SACCH - PACKET SYSTEM INFORMATION TYPE 3 broadcast via the PBCCH - PACKET CELL CHANGE ORDER message and PACKET MEASUREMENT ORDER message sent to the MS/UE via the PACCH defines the primary scrambling code used by the target FDD cell.

RANGE range: 0..511 default: NO_DEFAULT

MEDIATION Mapped to existing BSS parameter scramblingCode

BSS PARAMETER

BSS MOC

CONVERTION in EXPORTER scramblingCode =FDDSCRMC

ADJW scramblingCode Range and step 0...511, step 1 Default value With this parameter you define the downlink scrambling code of the primary common pilot channel of the adjacent UTRAN cell.

TGTTDD

TDDSYNCCAS Cli long: tddSyncCase Abis: syncCase This parameter defines the Cell Parameter. In case of BNDWIDTDD = MCPS384: - SYNC1 means Sync Case 1 - SYNC2 means Sync Case 2 In case of BNDWIDTDD = MCPS128: - SYNC1 means TSTD not applied - SYNC2 means TSTD applied FDDDIV Cli long: fddDiversity Abis: umtsDiversity This parameter indicates if diversity is used or not in FDD cell.

range:SYNC1, SYNC2 default: NO_DEFAULT

Mapped to existing BSS parameter syncCase

ADJW syncCase Range and step Synchronisation case 1 is used (0), Synchronisation case 2 is used (1) Default value Synchronisation case 1 is used (0) With this parameter you define the adjacent TD-SCDMA RAN cell synchronisation case

syncCase if TDDSYNCCAS = SYNC1 -> syncCase = 0; syncCase if TDDSYNCCAS = SYNC2 -> syncCase = 1

TGTFDD

range: Mapped to existing BSS parameter txDiversityInd NO_DIVERSITY means that SCTD is not applied for this cell DIVERSITY means that SCTD is applied for this cell Default Value NO_DIVERSITY

txDiversityInd ADJW Description With this parameter you define whether the downlink transmission diversity capability of the logical node that is controlling the adjacent UTRAN cell is used or not. Range and step not used (N) (0), used (Y) (1) Default value not used (N) (0)

if FDDDIV = NO_DIVERSITY >txDiversityInd = 0 if FDDDIV = DIVERSITY >txDiversityInd = 1

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