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2nd Carrier New Strategies

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Strategy I: Cell Barred with 1 HSDPA Layer


(Light HSDPA Traffic)

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Idle Mode Strategy


Default Settings will be applied for Idle Mode Parameter both F1 and F2.
HSDPA+R99

F2: Cell Barred (Not allow to be camped in Idle Mode)

AMR+R99

F1: Default Setting for Idle Mode

Mobile camps on F1 only in idle mode.


Whenever the mobile starts making call, the mobile will be directed to the right layer using Enhance DRRC feature.

Related Features: 2nd Carrier Principle


2nd Carrier Cluster
F2
HSDPA +R99 HSLCC HSDPA +R99 EDRRC
AMR+R99

HSDPA +R99 HSPA Capability Based Handover


AMR+R99

HSPA Inter frequency Handover

F1

AMR+R99

HSDPA+R9 9

Done during Call Setup

2G

GSM Sector 1

GSM Sector 2

GSM Sector 3

Related Feature Enhanced Directed RRC connection setup for HSDPA layer (EDRRC) HSPA layering for UEs in common channels (HSLCC) HSPA Capability Based Handover HSPA Inter frequency Handover

Neighbour Definition Strategy


F2: ADJS and ADJI Need to be defined Already Existed in the network. No Need to Modify

F1: ADJS and ADJG


F3: ADJW and ADCE
Sector 1

Sector 2

Sector 3

F2: HSDPA+R99

HSDPA+R99

F1: AMR+R99

AMR+R99

GSM

GSM

Pros and Cons


Pros:
Traffic Behavior is controllable. HSDPA Codes Pre-emption is controllable. Simple for Neighbour Definition. Just only define Adji and Adjs for F2.
(Neighbours of Existing Layer (F1 and GSM) do not need to do anything) There will be no problem with existing ADJ having neighbour > 47. Simple Parameter Setting for Idle Mode Less CE Consumption

Cons:
No IFSO from F1 to F2 for a PS call when handover needed. The PS call from
F1 will hand off to GSM layer instead. ( One Way ADJI defined between F1 and F2). This could cause 3G throughput downgraded to GPRS speed. Less HSDPA Capacity

Strategy II: Random Access with equal service Layers (Modulate HSDPA Traffic)

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Idle Mode Strategy


Default Settings will be applied for Idle Mode Parameter both F1 and F2.
AMR+R99+HS

F2: Default Setting for Idle Mode

AMR+R99+H S

F1: Default Setting for Idle Mode

Mobile randomly camps on either F1 or F2 in idle mode.

Related Features: 2nd Carrier Principle


2nd Carrier Cluster
F2
AMR+R99+HS AMR+R99+HS AMR+R99+HS

DRRC

HSPA Inter frequency Handover


AMR+R99+HS

F1

AMR+R99+HS

AMR+R99+HS

AMR+R99+HS

Done during Call Setup

HSPA Capability Based Handover

2G

GSM Sector 1

GSM Sector 2

GSM
Sector 3

Related Feature Directed RRC connection setup Feature (DRRC) HSPA Inter frequency Handover

Neighbour Definition Strategy


F2: ADJS and ADJI Need to be defined Already Existed in the network. No Need to Modify

F1: ADJS and ADJG


F3: ADJW and ADCE
Sector 1

Sector 2

Sector 3

F2: HSDPA+R99

HSDPA+R99

F1: AMR+R99

AMR+R99

GSM

GSM

Pros and Cons


Pros:

Better HSDPA Mobility in F1 Simple Parameter Setting for Idle Mode Double HSDPA Capacity (2 HSDPA in both F1 and F2) Using less feature. Reduce DRRC and HLCC signaling between F1 and F2 Layers

Cons:
Unable to control the traffic behavior of all services. Most likely that all
traffic could be in F2 due to better RF condition. HSDPA Codes are pre-emptioned (stolen) by AMR and PS R99 Calls. It can make HSDPA Throughput low. Consume more CE Neighbour Definition is complicated. And there will be some problem with existing ADJ having neighbour > 47.

Strategy III: Cell Barred with 2 HSDPA Layers plus Load Sharing (Modulate-High HSDPA Traffic)

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Idle Mode Strategy


Default Settings will be applied for Idle Mode Parameter both F1 and F2.
AMR+R99+HS

F2: Cell Barred (Not allow to be camped in Idle Mode)

AMR+R99+H S

F1: Default Setting for Idle Mode

Mobile camps on F1 only in idle mode.


Whenever the mobile starts making call, the mobile will be directed to the right layer using Enhance DRRC feature.

Related Features: 2nd Carrier Principle


2nd Carrier Cluster
F2
AMR+R99+HS AMR+R99+HS AMR+R99+HS

HSPA Inter frequency Handover

HSLCC

EDRRC
AMR+R99+HS

HSPA Capability Based Handover


AMR+R99+HS

F1

AMR+R99+HS

HSDPA+R9 9

Done during Call Setup

2G

GSM Sector 1

GSM Sector 2

GSM Sector 3

Related Feature Enhanced Directed RRC connection setup for HSDPA layer (EDRRC) HSPA layering for UEs in common channels (HSLCC) HSDPA load balancing HSPA Capability Based Handover HSPA Inter frequency Handover

Neighbour Definition Strategy


F2: ADJS and ADJI Need to be defined Already Existed in the network. No Need to Modify

F1: ADJS and ADJG


F3: ADJW and ADCE
Sector 1

Sector 2

Sector 3

F2: HSDPA+R99

HSDPA+R99

F1: AMR+R99

AMR+R99

GSM

GSM

Pros and Cons


Pros:

The traffic behaviors of all services are controllable HSDPA Codes Pre-emption is controllable. Double HSDPA Capacity (2 HSDPA in both F1 and F2) Better HSDPA Mobility in F1 Simple Parameter Setting for Idle Mode Simple Neighbour Definition

Cons:
Consume more CE No IFSO from F1 to F2 for a PS call when handover needed. The PS
call from F1 will hand off to GSM layer instead. ( One Way ADJI defined between F1 and F2). This could cause 3G throughput downgraded to GPRS speed.

Expectation Result
Acceptance KPI
HSDPA Throughput Average reported CQI HSDPA Traffic in F2 AVE_HSPA_DL_POWER (M1002C238) FACH to DCH from Non-HSPA to HSPA Layer (M1002C512) RRC CONN SETUP COMPLETED AFTER DIRECTED (M1001C259) DCH ALLO FOR SIG LINK FROM NON-HSPA TO HSPA LAYER(M1002C509 ) HSDPA Accessibility HSDPA Retainability CSSR/ Drop Call of R99 Services

Expectation
Improve or No degradation Improve or No degradation Increase Increase Active (Increase) Active (Increase) Active (Increase) Stable Stable No degradation

Appendix: 2nd Carrier Related Features Documents

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