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1) Directed retry:

Directed retry is a special type of handover. That is, during assignment, the BSC initiates the directed
retry procedure to switch the MS to a neighboring cell if no TCH is available or the traffic load is heavy in
the serving cell. The BSC does not initiate the directed retry procedure during high speed circuit
switched data (HSCSD) assignment.
This feature helps reduce call access failures due to TCH congestion in the serving cell, increasing the
access success rate. It also helps evenly distribute traffic load between cells.
SET GCELLBASICPARA(Basic Parameters of Cell)

SET GCELLCCBASIC(Call Control Basic Parameters of Cell)

SET GCELLOTHEXT(Extended Parameters of Cell)

SET GCELLCCBASIC(Call Control Basic Parameters of Cell)

SET GCELLHOAD(Advanced Handover Parameters of Cell)

SET GCELLHOCTRL

2) Call Reestablishment procedure:


When an MS encounters a radio link failure during the call, the call reestablishment procedure can be
performed to reestablish the radio link connection so that the original call can proceed. This mechanism
shortens call interruption and improves user experience.

SET GCELLBASICPARA(Basic Parameters of Cell)

SET GCELLTMR(Timer parameter of Cell)

3) SDCCH Dynamic Adjustment:


When the number of users in a cell increases substantially, some users may not be able to access the
network because they cannot obtain SDCCHs. In this case, some TCHs need to be converted to
SDCCHs. When TCHs are not sufficient enough to meet requirements of channel conversion, dynamic
PDCHs are converted to SDCCHs to ensure that all the users can access the network.

When the traffic load decreases, the TCHs and dynamic PDCHs used as SDCCHs are converted back
to TCHs to increase system capacity.

When SDCCHs are insufficient, channels are converted to SDCCHs in the following sequence: TCHs on
the BCCH frequency band, TCHs not on the BCCH frequency band, and dynamic PDCHs.

SET GCELLBASICPARA(Basic parameter of cell)

SET GCELLBASICPARA(Basic parameter of cell)

SET GCELLCHMGBASIC(Basic Channel Management Parameters of Cell)


SET GCELLCHMGBASIC(Basic Channel Management Parameters of Cell)

SET GCELLCHMGBASIC(Basic Channel Management Parameters of Cell)

SET GCELLCHMGBASIC(Basic Channel Management Parameters of Cell)

4) Discontinuous Transmission (DTX)-Downlink:


DTX reduces data to be transmitted during inactive speech periods, thereby reducing system
interference and saving system resources. DTX also reduces BTS power consumption and frequency
interference on the radio interface
SET GCELLBASICPARA(Basic parameter of cell)
SET GCELLBASICPARA(Basic parameter of cell)

SET GCELLSOFT(Soft parameter of cell)


Verification Procedure:
1. Use an MS to originate a call. The call is set up successfully.
2. Trace RSL messages on the Abis interface by referring to Tracing CS Domain Messages on the Abis Interface, and
Expected result: A message of the Channel Activation type is traced. In the information element (IE) channel-mod

5) Discontinuous Transmission (DTX)-Uplink:


DTX reduces data to be transmitted during inactive speech periods, thereby reducing system
interference and saving system resources. DTX also reduces BTS power consumption and frequency
interference on the radio interface

SET GCELLBASICPARA(Basic parameter of cell)

SET GCELLBASICPARA(Basic parameter of cell)

6) Discontinuous Reception (DRX):


Each MS is mapped to a paging group, and each paging group is mapped to a paging sub-channel in
the serving cell. In idle mode, the MS detects the paging messages broadcast by the system only on the
mapped paging sub-channel. The MS blocks other paging sub-channels by powering off hardware, such
as the receiver. This also saves power

GCELLIDLEBASIC (Idle basic parameter of cell)


GCELLIDLEBASIC (Idle basic parameter of cell)
Directed Retry to YES(Yes). Enabling directed retry procedure
Assignment Cell Load Judge
Enable to ENABLE(Enable). Whether to enable the directed retry based on cell load
Cell Directed Retry Forbidden
Threshold(0-100) = 90 If the cell load crosses in the source cell, try for directed retry
Directed Retry Load Access Threshold(0- If the cell load is within in the neighboring/candidate cell, try for
100) = 90 directed retry(Huawei 1 Handover algorithm)
Load handover Load Accept Threshold(0- If the cell load is within in the neighboring/candidate cell, try for
100) = 90 directed retry(Huawei 2 Handover algorithm)
Min Power Level For Directed Retry(0 to If neighboring cell rx level equal/better than this, then that cell is
63) = 16 selected for candidate

Call Reestablishment Forbidden(Yes/No)


= No If NO, call reestablishment will carried

When the radio fail occures, starts the re-establishment procedure


TREESTABLISH(0 to 40000ms) = 15000 & starts timer & stops till be call completion clear msg by MSC

SDCCH Dynamic Allocation This switch determines whether to enable the dynamic conversion
Allowed(YES/NO) = YES from the TCH or dynamic PDCH to the SDCCH.
Dynamic PDCH Conversion to SDCCH
Allowed(YES/NO) = YES Whether the dynamic PDCH can be converted into the SDCCH.
If the no of idle SD channel is smaller/equal to this value, then BSC
Idle SDCCH Threshold N1(0 TO 63) = 2 initiates for dynamic conversion
Cell SDCCH Channel Maximum(0 TO 255) Before initiating dynamic conversion, BSC checks no of SD in cell, if
= 80 cross this value, it will not initiate for dynamic channel conversion.
TCH Minimum Recovery Time(60s to Minimum interval time required to convert back to TCH/Dynamic
3600s) = 60 PD
Num of TSs Convertible to SDCCHs per
TRX(0 to 8) = 2 Number of timeslots that can be converted to SDCCHs on a TRX

FR Use Downlink DTX(YES/NO) = YES Specifies whether to use DL DTX for full-rate (FR) calls
HR Use Downlink DTX(YES/NO) = YES Specifies whether to use DL DTX for full-rate (HR) calls
Specifies the strategy determining whether to use downlink
discontinuous transmission (DL DTX). It can either be the
MSC strategy or be the BSC strategy.
(i)The MSC strategy indicates that whether to use DL DTX
depends on the downlink DTX flag sent from the MSC as well
as the BSC configuration.
(ii)The BSC strategy indicates that whether to use DL DTX
DL DTX Strategy(MSC_STRATEGY, only depends on the BSC configuration.
BSC_STRATEGY) = MSC_STRATEGY

n the Abis Interface, and then check the message tracing results.
lement (IE) channel-mode, the value of dtx-downlink is 1, indicating that the BSC supports downlink DTX.

When the parameter is set to Shall_Use, UL DTX must be used by


MSs that support UL DTX. When the parameter is set to May_Use,
FR Uplink DTX(May_use, Shall_use, whether to use UL DTX is determined by the MSs. When the
Shall_not_use) = Shall_use parameter is set to Shall_NOT_Use, DTX will not be used
HR Uplink DTX(May_use, Shall_use,
Shall_not_use) = Shall_use

CCCH Blocks Reserved for AGCH(0 to 7)


=2 Increasing more will affect paging success rate
No of sub-paging channel in 1 paging channel. High value will
Multi-Frames in a Cycle on the Paging increase more sub-channel & cause accessbility rate. Low value will
CH(2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9_M_Periods) = decrease sub-channel count & make no of sub-channel high per
2_M_Period channel.
Activating the GSM License
Configuring Multi-band Sharing One BSC
Configuring Emergency Call Service (TS12)
Configuring IMSI Detach
Configuring HUAWEI I Handover
Configuring Directed Retry
Configuring Assignment and Immediate Assignment
Configuring Call Reestablishment
Configuring TCH Re-assignment
Configuring Radio Link Management
Configuring Faulty Management
Configuring BTS Software Management
Configuring Combined Cabinets and Cabinet Groups of BTSs
Configuring Connection Inter BSC over IP
Configuring Link Aggregation
Configuring Intelligent Shutdown of TRX Due to PSU Failure
Configuring Call-Based Flow Control
Configuring Pre-Processing of Measurement Report
Configuring System Information Sending
Configuring Daylight Saving Time
Configuring SDCCH Dynamic Adjustment
Configuring Cell Frequency Scan
Configuring Signaling Transport Point (STP)
Configuring 14-Digit Signaling Point Code
Configuring Discontinuous Reception (DRX)
Configuring BTS Power Management
Configuring Enhanced Power Control Algorithm
Configuring DTMF Downlink Message Filter
Configuring High Speed Signaling
Configuring Guaranteed Emergency Call
Configuring License Control for Urgency
Configuring HUAWEI III Power Control Algorithm
Configuring the satellite transmission on the Pb interface
Configuring PDCH Dynamic Adjustment
Configuring Connection with TMA
Configuring Remote Electrical Tilt
Configuring 2-Antenna Receive Diversity
Configuring BTS Clock
Configuring Voice Fault Detection
Configuring IP Performance Monitor
Configuring GSM PS Service Map
Configuring Multi-mode BS Common CPRI Interface (GBTS)
Configuring Enhanced Full Rate (EFR)
Configuring Automatic Level Control (ALC)
Configuring Acoustic Echo Cancellation (AEC)
Configuring Automatic Noise Restraint (ANR)
Configuring TFO
Configuring Automatic Noise Compensation (ANC)
Configuring Enhancement Packet Loss Concealment (EPLC)
Configuring EVAD
Configuring Voice Quality Index (VQI)
Configuring Um Interface Speech Frame Repairing
Configuring AMR
Configuring AMR Coding Rate Threshold Adaptive Adjustment
Configuring WB AMR
Configuring Half Rate Speech (HR)
Configuring Dynamic Adjustment Between FR and HR
Configuring Dynamic HR/FR Adaptation
Configuring VAMOS
Configuring Mute SAIC MS Identification
Configuring VAMOS Call Drop Solution
Configuring Short Message Service Cell Broadcast (TS23)
Configuring Simplified Cell Broadcast
Configuring VGCS and VBS
Configuring GSM-T Relay
Configuring LCS (cell ID + TA)
Configuring Lb Interface
Configuring Resource Reservation
Configuring Enhanced Multi Level Precedence and Preemption (eMLPP)
Configuring Flow Control Based on Cell Priority
Configuring Flow Control Based on User Priority
Configuring PS Service in Priority
Configuring GPRS
Configuring Network Operation Mode I
Configuring EGPRS
Configuring 11-Bit EGPRS Access
Configuring Packet Channel Dispatching
Configuring Streaming QoS(GBR)
Configuring QoS ARP&THP
Configuring PS Active Package Management
Configuring PoC QoS
Configuring NC2
Configuring Network Assisted Cell Change (NACC)
Configuring BSS Paging Coordination
Configuring PS Handover
Configuring PS Power Control
Configuring PDCH Dynamic Adjustment with Two Thresholds
Configuring Timeslot Multiplexing Priority for GPRS/EGPRS User
Configuring EDA
Configuring MS High Multislot Classes
Configuring DTM
Configuring Class11 DTM
Configuring HMC DTM
Configuring 14.4 kbit/s Circuit Switched Data
Configuring High Speed Circuit Switched Data
Configuring Active TBF Allocation
Configuring MSRD
Configuring Dual Carriers in Downlink
Configuring the EGPRS2-A
Configuring Latency Reduction
Configuring IM Service Efficiency Improvement
Configuring Web Browsing Service Efficiency Improvement
Configuring Email Service Efficiency Improvement
Configuring Streaming Media Service Resource Balancing
Configuring P2P Resource Balancing
Configuring WLAN Hot Spot Notification
Configuring Multiple CCCHs
Configuring Layered Paging
Configuring Dynamic Multiple CCCH
Configuring RACH Storm Filtration
Configuring Active Power Control
Configuring Discontinuous Transmission (DTX)-Downlink
Configuring Discontinuous Transmission (DTX)-Uplink
Configuring TRX Power Amplifier Intelligent Shutdown
Configuring TRX Power Amplifier Intelligent Shutdown on Timeslot Level
Configuring Intelligent Combiner Bypass
Configuring Active Backup Power Control
Configuring Power Optimization Based on Channel Type
Configuring PSU Smart Control
Configuring Enhanced BCCH Power Consumption Optimization
Configuring Dynamic Cell Power Off
Configuring TRX Working Voltage Adjustment
Configuring Multi-Carrier Intelligent Voltage Regulation
Configuring Flex Abis
Configuring BTS Local Switch
Configuring Abis Transmission Optimization
Configuring Abis Congestion Trigger HR Distribution
Configuring Flex Ater
Configuring BSC Local Switch
Configuring Ater Compression Transmission
Configuring Local Multiple Signaling Points
Configuring PS Dummy Frame Compression
Configuring Clock over IP support 1588v2
Configuring Synchronous Ethernet
Configuring Abis over IP
Configuring Abis IP over E1/T1
Configuring Abis MUX
Configuring Abis IPHC
Configuring A over IP
Configuring A IP over E1/T1
Configuring UDP MUX for A Transmission
Configuring TDM/IP Dual Transmission over A Interface
Configuring Gb over IP
Configuring Ethernet OAM
Configuring A Interface Transmission Pool
Configuring Satellite Transmission over Abis Interface
Configuring Satellite Transmission over A Interface
Configuring Satellite Transmission over Ater Interface
Configuring Satellite Transmission over Gb Interface
Configuring RAN Sharing
Configuring MOCN Shared Cell
Configuring IMSI-Based Handover
Configuring Abis Independent Transmission
Configuring PICO/Compact BTS Automatic Configuration and Planning
Configuring PICO Synchronization
Configuring PICO Dual-band Auto-planning
Configuring PICO USB Encryption
Configuring PICO Sleeping Mode
Configuring PICO Automatic Optimization
Configuring PICO Transceiver Redundancy
Configuring Weather Adaptive Power Management
Configuring Compact BTS Automatic Capacity Planning
Configuring Compact BTS Automatic Neighbor Cell Planning and Optimization
Configuring Compact BTS Timing Power Off
Configuring Local User Management
Configuring Intelligent Battery Management
Configuring PBT
Configuring Transmit Diversity
Configuring 4-Way Receiver Diversity
Configuring Dynamic Transmit Diversity
Configuring Dynamic PBT
Configuring Enhanced EDGE Coverage
Configuring Dynamic Power Sharing
Configuring Extended Cell
Configuring Concentric Cell
Configuring Co-BCCH Cell
Configuring Enhanced Dual-Band Network
Configuring Flex MAIO
Configuring ICC
Configuring EICC
Configuring Frequency Hopping (RF hopping, baseband hopping)
Configuring BCCH Carrier Frequency Hopping
Configuring Antenna Frequency Hopping
Configuring BCCH Dense Frequency Multiplexing
Configuring IBCA
Configuring Soft-Synchronized Network
Configuring BTS GPS Synchronization
Configuring Network Support SAIC
Configuring Mega BSC
Configuring PS Downlink DTX
Configuring PS Uplink DTX
Configuring Automatic Frequency Correction (AFC)
Configuring Fast Move Handover
Configuring Chain Cell Handover
Configuring Multi-Site Cell
Configuring PS Automatic Frequency Correction (PS AFC)
Configuring HUAWEI II Handover
Configuring Handover Re-establishment
Configuring Enhanced Measurement Report
Configuring BTS power lift for handover
Configuring GSM/WCDMA Interoperability
Configuring GSM/WCDMA Service Based Handover
Configuring GSM/WCDMA Load Based Handover
Configuring 2G/3G Cell Reselection Based on MS State
Configuring the Fast WCDMA Reselection at 2G CS Call Release
Configuring Load Based Handover Enhancement on Iur-g
Configuring NACC(Network Assisted Cell Change) Procedure Optimization Based on Iur-g between GSM and WCDMA
Configuring GSM and WCDMA Load Balancing Based on Iur-g
Configuring GSM and WCDMA Traffic Steering Based on Iur-g
Configuring BSC supporting Blind Search
Configuring Cell Reselection Between GSM and LTE
Configuring PS Handover Between GSM and LTE Based on Coverage
Configuring PS Handover Between GSM and LTE Based on Quality
Configuring PS Handover Between GSM and LTE Based on Cell Load
Configuring GSM/LTE Service Based PS Handover
Configuring eNC2 Between GSM and LTE
Configuring eNACC Between GSM and LTE
Configuring SRVCC
Configuring Multi Technology Neighbour Cell Based Handover
Configuring Fast LTE Reselection at 2G CS Call Release
Configuring CSFB
Configuring GSM/TD-SCDMA Interoperability
Configuring Iur-g Interface Between GSM and TD-SCDMA
Configuring Radio Resource Reserved Handover Between GSM/TD-SCDMA Based on Iur-g
Configuring Extended BCCH
Configuring NC2 Between GSM and TD-SCDMA
Configuring Ciphering
Configuring A5/1 Encryption Flow Optimization
Configuring BTS Integrated IPsec
Configuring BTS Supporting PKI
Configuring Ring Topology
Configuring TRX Cooperation
Configuring MSC Pool
Configuring the SGSN Pool
Configuring Abis Bypass
Configuring Robust Air Interface Signalling
Configuring Abis Transmission Backup
Configuring BSC Node Redundancy
Configuring TC Pool
Configuring OML Backup
Configuring Access Control Class
Configuring Adaptive Transmission Link Blocking
Configuring Semi-Permanent Connection
Configuring End-to-End MS Signaling Tracing
Configuring Radio Measurement Data Interface for Navigation
Configuring Multi-mode Dynamic Power Sharing (GSM)
Configuring GSM and UMTS Dynamic Spectrum Sharing(GSM)
Configuring IP-Based Multi-mode Co-Transmission on BS side (GBTS)
Configuring TDM-Based Multi-mode Co-Transmission via Backplane on BS side (GBTS)
Configuring Multi-Mode BS Common Reference Clock (GBTS)
Configuring Dynamic MA for GU Dynamic Spectrum Sharing (GSM)
Configuring GSM Power Control on Interference Frequency for GU Small Frequency Gap (GSM)
Multi-mode BS Common IPSec(GSM)
Configuring MBSC Handover based on Load Enhancement
Configuring MBSC Service Distribution
Configuring MBSC Load Balancing
Configuring NACC Procedure Optimization
Configuring Co-Transmission Resources Management
Configuring IP-Based 2G/3G Co-Transmission on BSC Side
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T3168:

2) T3192:

3) DRXTIMERMAX:

4) ACCBURST:

5) BS_CV_MAX:
T3168 is used to set the maximum duration for the MS to wait for the uplink assignment message. After the
MS originates the uplink TBF setup request by sending the packet resource request or the channel request in
the packet uplink acknowledge message, the timer T3168 is started to wait for the packet uplink assignment
message on the network side. If the MS receives the packet uplink assignment message before T3168
expires, T3168 is reset. Otherwise, the MS originates the packet access request for four times. Then the MS
regards this as the TBF setup failure.

GCELLPSBASE(Basic attributes of Packet service of cell)

Duration of releasing the TBF after the MS receives the last data block. When the MS receives the RLC data
block containing the flag identifying the last data block and confirms that all the RLC data blocks in the TBF
are received, the MS sends the packet downlink acknowledge message containing the last flag
acknowledgement and the timer T3192 is started. If the timer T3192 expires, the MS releases the TBF
related resources and starts monitoring the paging channel.

GCELLPSBASE(Basic attributes of Packet service of cell)

DRXTIMERMAX:
After TBF is released, MS waits in Non-DRX mode for DRXTIMERVALUE & after that it enters into the DRX mode

GCELLPSBASE(Basic attributes of Packet service of cell)

ACCBURST:
Access burst whether 8-bit or 11-bit

GCELLPSBASE(Basic attributes of Packet service of cell)

BS_CV_MAX:
After sending the RLC block in uplink, MS starts the T3198 timer & waits for ACK from PCU. If the timer
expires, it'll resend the RLC block again.
T3168(500ms to 4000ms
[500ms increment]) = High value will affect customer to wait, low will affect the
500ms Accessibility KPI

T3192(0ms, 80ms, 120ms,


160ms, 200ms, 500ms, High value will consume resources, low value will peg
1000ms, 1500ms) = 500ms more originations

he DRX mode
DRXTIMERMAX(0, 1, 2, 4,
8, 16, 32, 64 seconds) = 4
seconds

ACCBURST(8BIT, 11BIT) = Some MS may not support 11-bit which leads to access
8 BIT failure & call drops

BS_CV_MAX(0~15) = 10