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Application

QoS class

RAB

3GPP delay requirement

GOS target Blocking Delay 5s

Access to Internet / web browsing Online ticketing Mobile TV Location based service Email File Download Online Gaming

Interactive

Interactive

Interactive

Background Background Conversational

Release N/A 99:PS 32/64, ,PS 128/384Rele ase 5: UL N/A PS 32/0, , PS 384/0DL HSDSCHReN/A lease 6:UL: E-DCHDL: HS-DSCH N/A N/A PS Conversational 16/16 + PS I/B 8/8 ~ 80 ms

N/A

N/A

3s

N/A

3s

N/A N/A 5.0 %

5s 5s N/A

Table 4

Quality requirements for application-to-bearer mapping (Cont.)

2.2.4 2.2.4.1

Traffic demand calculation Speech, video telephony, and PS RT services


Speech, voice telephony, and PS RT services are characterised by: Busy-hour-call-attempts (BHCA) [ ] Call duration [s] Bearer rate (Information rate) [kbit/s] Activity (DCH-activity) [ ] The traffic demand calculates as follows:
Traffic_Volume[kb] = no_subscribers * BHCA * Call_Duration * Bearer_Rate * DCH_activity

Throughput[kbps] =

Traffic_Volume[kb] 3600s

Traffic_Demand[mErl] =

no_subscribers * BHCA * Call_Duration * 1000 3600

Note that for voice services the DCH activity depends on the interface in the UTRAN to be considered. Typical assumptions on the activity on the air interface are 0.5 (optimistic) 0.67 (conservative). Note that for PS RT Services served by a multi-RAB the traffic demand for the supporting PS interactive/background RAB needs to be calculated.

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2.2.4.2

PS data services (Release 99)


Relevant parameters for calculating the traffic demand for PS I/B Release 99 services are: Busy-hour-call-attempts (BHCA) [ ] DCH (session) duration [s] Bearer rate (Information rate) [kbit/s] Activity (DCH-activity) [ ] The traffic demand calculates as follows:
Traffic_Volume[kb] = no_subscribers * BHCA * DCH_Duration * Bearer_Rate * DCH_activity

Throughput[kbps] =

Traffic_Volume[kb] 3600s

Traffic_Demand[mErl] =

no_subscribers * BHCA * DCH_Duration * 1000 3600

Note that one DCH session per BHCA without channel type switching is assumed. In case of channel type switching, the DCH session is interrupted. All parts of the DCH session can be added to a single DCH duration. Channel type switching is included in the signaling traffic demand by the number of CTS events assumed per (PS) subscriber.
DL data rate DCH FACH DCH DL bearer (peak) rate DL mean rate during DCH session DL mean rate over RAB life t UL data rate DCH RACH DCH UL bearer (peak) rate UL mean rate during DCH session UL mean rate over RAB life time to switch from DCH to FACH DCH session duration (excl. RACH/FACH periods) RAB life duration (incl. RACH/FACH periods) t * SHO in UL * SHO in DL

Figure 14

Release 99 PS session overview (DL and UL).

For more information regarding relevant signaling procedures (in particular Channel Type Switching, Bit Rate Adaptation, and Soft or Softer Handover), see Dimensioning signaling traffic in Dimensioning interfaces.

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2.2.4.3

PS data services (Release 5)


Relevant parameters for calculating the traffic demand for PS I/B Release 5 - HSDPA services are: Busy-hour-call-attempts (BHCA)] HS-DSCH (session) duration (s) Mean throughput per user during HS-DSCH session (Kbit/s) The UL traffic demand is calculated as described in the previous section for Release 99 DCH sessions. The DL traffic demand is calculated as follows:
Traffic_Volume[kb] = no_subscribers * BHCA * HS_DSCH_Duration * Nominal_Peak_Rate * HS_DSCH_activity

Throughput[kbps] =

Traffic_Volume[kb] 3600s

Traffic_Demand[mErl] =

no_subscribers * BHCA * HS_DSCH_Duration * 1000 3600

The parameters above are alternatively expressed by:


MeanThroughputPerUser_during_HS_DSCH_session[kbps] = Nominal_Peak_Rate * HS_DSCH_activity

Note that one HS-DSCH session per BHCA without channel type switching is assumed. In case of channel type switching, the HS-DSCH session is interrupted. All parts of the HS-DSCH session can be added up to a single HS-DSCH duration. Channel type switching is included in the signaling traffic demand by the number of CTS events assumed per (PS) subscriber.
DL data rate HS-DSCH FACH HS-DSCH HS-DSCH (nominal) peak rate mean rate during HS-DSCH session mean rate over RAB life t RAB life duration (incl. RACH/FACH periods) time to switch from HS-DSCH to FACH HS-DSCH session duration (excl. RACH/FACH periods) UL DCH RACH DCH * SHO in UL

Figure 15

HSDPA session overview (focus on DL)

For more information regarding relevant signaling procedures (in particular HS Channel Type Switching), see Dimensioning signaling traffic in Dimensioning interfaces.

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2.2.4.4

PS data services (Release 6)


Relevant parameters for calculating the traffic demand for PS I/B Release 6 - HSxPA services are: Busy-hour-call-attempts (BHCA) E-DCH (session) duration (s) Mean Throughput per user during E-DCH session (kbit/s) The DL traffic demand is calculated as described in the previous section for Release 5 HS-DSCH sessions. The UL traffic demand calculates as follows:
Traffic_Volume[kb] = no_subscribers * BHCA * E_DCH_Duration * Nominal_Peak_Rate * E_DCH_activity

Throughput[kbps] =

Traffic_Volume[kb] 3600s

Traffic_Demand[mErl] =

no_subscribers * BHCA * E_DCH_Duration * 1000 3600

The parameters above are alternatively expressed by:


MeanThroughputPerUser_during_E_DCH_session[kbps] = Nominal_Peak_Rate * E_DCH_activity

Note that one E-DCH session per BHCA without channel type switching is assumed. In case of channel type switching, the E-DCH session is interrupted. All parts of the E-DCH session can be added to a single E-DCH duration. Channel type switching is included in the signaling traffic demand by the number of CTS events assumed per (PS) subscriber. Note that because the HS-DSCH duration and E-DCH duration are identical, UL E-DCH is always accompanied by DL HS-DSCH.
DL HS-DCH FACH HS-DCH

UL data rate

E-DCH

RACH

E-DCH E-DCH (nominal) peak rate

* SHO in U

mean rate during E-DCH session mean rate over RAB life time to switch from HS-DSCH/E-DCH to FACH HS-DSCH/E-DCH session duration (excl. RACH/FACH periods) RAB life duration (incl. RACH/FACH periods) t

Figure 16

HSxPA session overview (focus on UL E-DCH)

For more information on relevant signaling procedures (in particular HS Channel Type Switching and HSUPA Soft/Softer Handover), see Dimensioning signaling traffic in Dimensioning interfaces.

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