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Parameter ASSOC

AW

AWOFFSET

BCCHDTCBHYST

BCCHDTCBN

BCCHDTCBP

BCCHLOSS

BCCHLOSSHYST

BCCHREUSE

BQOFFSET

BQOFFSETAFR

BSPWRMINN

Description Assignment to other cell than serving cell Default value: OFF ON Allowed OFF Not allowed Assignment to worse cell Default value: OFF ON Allowed OFF Not allowed Signal strength corridor in dB where assignment to worse cell is allowed Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: 5 Hysteresis for distance to cell border for channel group 0 This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 1 - 63 Default value: 2 Negative distance to cell border for channel group 0 that is the channel group to which the Broadcast Control Channel (BCCH) belongs This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 1 - 63 BCCHDTCB Default value: 63 Positive distance to cell border for channel group 0 This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: See parameter BCCHDTCBN above. Path loss threshold for channel group 0 This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 0 - 200 Default value: 200 Hysteresis for pathloss for channel group 0 This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: 3 Tight BCCH reuse switch Default value: NORMAL NORMAL Normal BCCH frequency reuse is in use. TIGHT Tight BCCH frequency reuse is in use. Signal strength corridor in dB for bad quality urgency handover Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: 3 Signal strength corridor in dB for bad quality urgency handover This parameter is used only for the codec type AMR FR. Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: 3 Minimum Base Transceiver Station (BTS) effective radiated power

BSPWRMINP

CAND

CELLQ

CS

DTCBHYST

DTCBN

DTCBP

DTXFUL

negative offset This parameter is given in dBm. Numeral 1 - 20 BSPWRMIN Default value: 20 Minimum BTS effective radiated power positive offset This parameter is given in dBm. Numeral 0 - 50 Default value: See parameter BSPWRMINN above. Candidate type This parameter indicates in which cases the related cell is treated as a possible handover candidate. Default value: BOTH AWN Neighbour at assignment to worse cell. NHN Neighbour at normal handover. BOTH Both AWN and NHN Cell quality which defines whether a cell is suitable for regional processor load regulation or not Default value: HIGH HIGH A cell where minor changes of radio transmission quality can be expected and hence it is suitable for regional processor load regulation. LOW A cell where radio transmission quality can be expected to deteriorate rapidly and hence it is not suitable for regional processor load regulation. Cosite, which indicates if a cell shares the same site as its neighbour Default value: NO YES Cell is cosited with neighbour. NO Cell is not cosited with neighbour. Hysteresis for distance to cell border criteria This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: 2 Negative distance to cell border This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 1 - 63 DTCB default value: 63 Positive distance to cell border This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: see parameter DTCBN above. Number of measurement periods before FULL measurement periods are used This parameter is given as number of Slow Associated Control Channel (SACCH) periods (480 ms). Numeral 0 - 40

ENHAMRSIGN

EVALTYPE

EXTPEN

FASTMSREG

FBOFFSN

FBOFFSP

FERLEN

FERTHR1

FERTHR2

Default value: 5 Status of the Enhanced AMR Signaling Data in the BSC Default value: INACTIVE ACTIVE Enhanced AMR Signaling is activated in the BSC. INACTIVE Enhanced AMR Signaling is not activated in the BSC. Evaluation type Default value: 1 1 Cell ranking by use of the Ericsson1 locating algorithm. 3 Cell ranking by use of the simplified and optimized Ericsson3 locating algorithm. Handover penalty support This parameter identifies if the MSC and target BSC support penalty handling. Default value: OFF ON Penalty handling supported. OFF Penalty handling not supported. Handling of fast-moving mobiles switch Default value: OFF ON Allowed OFF Not allowed Negative frequency band group offset This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 1 - 40 Default value: See parameter FBOFFSP below. Positive frequency band group offset This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 0 - 40 FBOFFS default value: 0 Filter length for Frame Erasure Rate (FER) value This parameter defines how many FER values are used for calculating filtered FER value. Numeral 1 - 10 Default value: 3 First FER threshold This parameter is a threshold that separates the first and the second user definable interval of FER values. The parameter is given as a number of FER units. Numeral 1 - 92 Default value: 1 Second FER threshold This parameter is a threshold that separates the second and the third user definable interval of FER values. The parameter is given as a number of FER units. Numeral 2 - 93 Default value: 2

FERTHR3

FERTHR4

GPRSVALID

HCSBAND

HCSBANDHYST

HCSBANDTHR

HCSIN

HCSOUT

HIHYST

HOCLSACC

Third FER threshold This parameter is a threshold that separates the third and the fourth user definable interval of FER values. The parameter is given as a number of FER units. Numeral 3 - 94 Default value: 3 Fourth FER threshold This parameter is a threshold that separates the fourth and the fifth user definable interval of FER values. The parameter is given as a number of FER units. Numeral 4 - 95 Default value: 4 Relation valid for GPRS This parameter defines whether the relation allows General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) cell reselection in addition to Circuit Switched (CS) handover. Default value: YES YES Relation allows GPRS cell reselection. NO Relation does not allow GPRS cell reselection. A record with eight individuals containing the HCS band for each layer Numeral 1 - 8 Default value: 2 Signal strength hysteresis for HCS band change This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: 2 Signal strength threshold for HCS band change This parameter is used internally in calculations as a negative value and given in dBm. Numeral 0 - 150 Default value: 95 HCS traffic distribution level threshold to allow HCS handover into a cell This parameter is given in percent. Numeral 0 - 100 Default value: 0 HCS traffic distribution level threshold to allow HCS handover out from a cell This parameter is given in percent. Numeral 0 - 100 Default value: 100 Signal strength hysteresis used by the Ericsson3 locating algorithm This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: 5 Describes whether handover due to cell load sharing is accepted or not by the cell Default value: OFF ON Allowed

OFF HYSTSEP

IBHOASS

IBHOSICH

IHO

IHOSICH

KHYST

KOFFSETN

KOFFSETP

LAYER

LAYERHYST

LAYERTHR

Not allowed Signal strength separator for high and low signal strength cells This parameter is used internally in calculations as a negative value and given in dB. Numeral 0 - 150 Default value: 90 Inter BSC handover during assignment Default value: ON ON Inter BSC handover during assignment is allowed. OFF Inter BSC handover during assignment is not allowed. Inter BSC handover on signalling channel Default value: OFF ON Inter BSC handover on signalling channel is allowed. OFF Inter BSC handover on signalling channel is not allowed. Intracell handover switch for the cell or subcell Default value: OFF ON Intracell handover switch for the cell or subcell is allowed. OFF Intracell handover switch for the cell or subcell is not allowed. Intracell handover on signalling channel Default value: OFF ON Intracell handover on signalling channel is allowed. OFF Intracell handover on signalling channel is not allowed. Signal strength hysteresis when evaluating K-cells This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: 3 Signal strength negative offset when evaluating K-cells This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 1 - 63 Default value: See parameter KOFFSETP below. Signal strength positive offset when evaluating K-cells This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 0 - 63 KOFFSET default value: 0 Cell layer Numeral 1 - 8 Default value: 2 Signal strength hysteresis when changing cell layers This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: 2 Signal strength threshold when changing cell layers This parameter is used internally in calculations as a negative value

LCOMPDL

LCOMPUL

LHYST

LOFFSETN

LOFFSETP

LOHYST

LOLHYST

MAXIHO

MAXTA

MISSNM

NDIST

NHO

and given in dBm. Numeral 0 - 150 Default value: 75 Path loss compensator factor, downlink This parameter is given in percent. Numeral 0 - 100 Default value: 5 Path loss compensator factor, uplink This parameter is given in percent. Numeral 0 - 100 Default value: 6 Signal strength hysteresis when evaluating L-cells This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: 3 Signal strength negative offset when evaluating L-cells This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 1 - 63 Default value: See parameter LOFFSETP below. Signal strength positive offset when evaluating L-cells This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 0 - 63 LOFFSET default value: 0 Signal strength hysteresis used by the Ericsson3 locating algorithm This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: 3 Hysteresis for path loss in dB for the overlaid subcell Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: 3 Maximum number of intracell handovers for the cell or subcell in a sequence Numeral 0 - 15 Default value: 3 Timing advance limit when an MS is considered lost This parameter is given in number of bit periods (bp). Extended range cells have a larger range than normal range cells. Numeral 0 - 63 (Normal range cells) Numeral 0 - 219 (Extended range cells) Default value: 63 Maximum number of consecutive missing measurements, for a neighbouring cell, permitted before all old measurements are considered invalid This parameter is given as number of SACCH periods (480 ms). Numeral 0 - 18 Default value: 3 Neighbouring cell distance This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: 10 Number of handovers during specified time, which are allowed before ranking by prioritizing candidates within higher cell layer is used

NNCELLS

OFFSETN

OFFSETP

PROFFSET

The time interval is specified by parameter THO This prioritized ranking will only be performed if the feature Handling of Fast Moving Mobiles is activated in the cell. Numeral 2 - 10 Default value: 3 Number of neighbouring cells Numeral 1 - 5 Default value: 3 Signal strength negative offset in dB when evaluating cells with the Ericsson3 locating algorithm Numeral 1 - 63 Default value: See parameter OFFSETP below. Signal strength positive offset in dB when evaluating cells with the Ericsson3 locating algorithm Numeral 0 - 63 OFFSET default value: 0 Packet reselection offset This parameter defines the reselection offset used during GPRS cell reselection. It is used to calculate the parameter GPRS_RESELECT_OFFSET using the formula parameter value PROFFSET - parameter value KHYST if Ericsson1 locating algorithm is applied and parametr value PROFFSET - parameter value LOHYST if Ericsson3 locating algorithm is applied. From -52 dB to -12 dB the value is stepped by 4 dB, from -12 dB to 12 dB the value is stepped by 2 dB, and from 12 dB to 48 dB the value is again stepped by 4 dB. If the parameter PROFFSET is changed for a mutual relation then the reverse relation is also updated. The parameter for the reverse relation will have the same value but with opposite sign. Since the value -52 dB does not have a corresponding positive value, the reverse relation is set to 48 dB. Default value: MAPPED 0 -52 dB 1 -48 dB 2 -44 dB . . . 9 -16 dB 10 -12 dB 11 -10 dB 12 -8 dB . . . 21

22 23 24 . . . 31 MAPPED

10 dB 12 dB 16 dB 20 dB

48 dB Broadcast value from Locating Emulation

PSSBQ

PSSHF

PSSTA

PSSTEMP

PTIMBQ

PTIMHF

PTIMTA

PTIMTEMP

QCOMPDL

Locating Emulation is the procedure where parameters used in CS are mapped onto corresponding GPRS cell selection parameters. Signal strength penalty when handover due to bad quality This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: 10 Signal strength penalty when handover failure This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: 63 Signal strength penalty when handover due to too large timing advance This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: 63 Signal strength penalty when cell layer change This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: 0 Penalty time when handover due to bad quality This parameter is given in seconds. Numeral 0 - 600 Default value: 15 Penalty time when handover failure This parameter is given in seconds. Numeral 0 - 600 Default value: 5 Penalty time when handover due to too large timing advance This parameter is given in seconds. Numeral 0 - 600 Default value: 30 Penalty time when handover to different cell layer This parameter is given in seconds. Numeral 0 - 600 Default value: 0 Quality deviation compensation factor downlink This parameter is given in percent.

QCOMPUL

QDESDL

QDESDLAFR

QDESDLAHR

QDESUL

QDESULAFR

QDESULAHR

QEVALSD

QEVALSI

QLENDL

QLENSD

QLENSI

Numeral 0 - 100 Default value: 55 Quality deviation compensation factor uplink This parameter is given in percent. Numeral 0 - 100 Default value: 75 Desired quality for downlink If the optional feature AMR Power Control is not available in the system or not activated, this parameter is used also for the codec type AMR FR and Half Rate (HR). This parameter is given in deci transformed GSM quality unit (dtqu). Numeral 0 - 76 Default value: 30 Desired quality for the codec type AMR FR, downlink This parameter is given in dtqu. Numeral 0 - 76 Default value: 40 Desired quality for the codec type AMR HR, downlink This parameter is given in dtqu. Numeral 0 - 76 Default value: 30 Desired quality for uplink If the optional feature AMR Power Control is not available in the system or not activated, this parameter is used also for the codec type AMR FR and HR. This parameter is given in dtqu. Numeral 0 - 76 Default value: 30 Desired quality for the codec type AMR FR, uplink This parameter is given in dtqu. Numeral 0 - 76 Default value: 40 Desired quality for the codec type AMR HR, uplink This parameter is given in dtqu. Numeral 0 - 76 Default value: 30 Quality evaluation selection at speech or data Numeral 1 - 9 Default value: 6 Quality evaluation selection at signalling only Numeral 1 - 9 Default value: 6 Length of quality filter, downlink This parameter is given as number of SACCH periods (480 ms). Numeral 1 - 20 Default value: 3 Length of quality evaluation selection filter, for speech or data This parameter is given as number of SACCH periods (480 ms). Numeral 1 - 20 Default value: 10 Length of quality evaluation selection filter, for signalling only This parameter is given as number of SACCH periods (480 ms). Numeral 1 - 20

QLENUL

QLIMDL

QLIMDLAFR

QLIMUL

QLIMULAFR

QOFFSETDLAFRN

QOFFSETDLAFRP

QOFFSETDLN

QOFFSETDLP

QOFFSETULAFRN

QOFFSETULAFRP

QOFFSETULN

QOFFSETULP

Default value: 4 Length of quality filter, uplink This parameter is given as number of SACCH periods (480 ms). Numeral 1 - 20 Default value: 3 Quality limit downlink for handover This is an urgency detection parameter. The parameter is given in dtqu. Numeral 1 - 100 Default value: 55 Quality limit downlink for handover This is an urgency detection parameter. The parameter is given in dtqu. The parameter is used only for codec type AMR FR. Numeral 1 - 100 Default value: 55 Quality limit uplink for handover This is an urgency detection parameter. The parameter is given in dtqu. Numeral 1 - 100 Default value: 55 Quality limit downlink for handover This is an urgency detection parameter. The parameter is given in dtqu. The parameter is used only for the codec type AMR FR. Numeral 1 - 100 Default value: 55 Negative offset for quality downlink in dtqu for the cell or subcell This parameter is used only for the codec type AMR FR. Numeral 1 - 50 Default value: See parameter QOFFSETDLAFRP below. Positive offset for quality downlink in dtqu for the cell or subcell This parameter is used only for the codec type AMR FR. Numeral 0 - 50 QOFFSETDLAFR default value: 0 Negative offset for quality downlink in dtqu for the cell or subcell Numeral 1 - 50 Default value: See parameter QOFFSETDLP below. Positive offset for quality downlink in dtqu for the cell or subcell Numeral 0 - 50 QOFFSETDL default value: 0 Negative offset for quality uplink in dtqu for the cell or subcell This parameter is used only for the codec type AMR FR. Numeral 1 - 50 Default value: See parameter QOFFSETULAFRP below. Positive offset for quality uplink in dtqu for the cell or subcell This parameter is used only for the codec type AMR FR. Numeral 0 - 50 QOFFSETULAFR default value: 0 Negative offset for quality uplink in dtqu for the cell or subcell Numeral 1 - 50 Default value: See parameter QOFFSETULP below. Positive offset for quality uplink in dtqu for the cell or subcell

REGINTDL

REGINTUL

RLINKUP

RLINKUPAFR

RLINKUPAHR

SACCHDLTHR

SACCHULTHR

SCHO

SCTYPE

Numeral 0 - 50 QOFFSETUL default value: 0 Regulation interval, downlink This parameter is given as number of SACCH periods (480 ms). Numeral 1 - 10 Default value: 1 Regulation interval, uplink This parameter is given as number of SACCH periods (480 ms). Numeral 1 - 30 Default value: 1 Radio link time-out on UL for non Adaptive Multi Rate (AMR) If the optional feature AMR Radio Link Timers is not available in the system or not activated, this parameter is used also for the codec type AMR FR and HR. This parameter specifies the maximum value of the radio link counter for non AMR. This parameter is given as number of SACCH periods (480 ms). Numeral 1 - 63 Default value: 16 Radio link time-out on UL for AMR FR This parameter specifies the maximum value of the radio link counter for AMR FR. This parameter is given as number of SACCH periods (480 ms). Numeral 1 - 63 Default value: 16 Radio link time-out on UL for AMR HR This parameter specifies the maximum value of the radio link counter for AMR HR. This parameter is given as number of SACCH periods (480 ms). Numeral 1 - 63 Default value: 16 Threshold value for triggering start of repetition of SACCH blocks downlink This parameter specifies the threshold value for counter when to activate repeated SACCH on downlink. Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: 8 Threshold value for triggering start of repetition of SACCH blocks uplink This parameter specifies the threshold value for counter when to activate repeated SACCH on uplink. Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: 8 SDCCH handover switch This identifies if handover on SDCCH is allowed. Default value: OFF ON Allowed OFF Not allowed Subcell type If no subcells are defined, this parameter is not needed. UL

OL ALL SSDESDL

Underlaid subcell Overlaid subcell

SSDESDLAFR

SSDESDLAHR

SSDESUL

SSDESULAFR

SSDESULAHR

SSEVALSD

SSEVALSI

SSLENDL

SSLENSD

Both underlaid and overlaid Desired signal strength, downlink If the optional feature AMR Power Control is not available in the system or not activated, this parameter is used also for the codec type AMR FR and HR. This parameter is used internally in calculations as a negative value and given in dBm. Numeral 47 - 110 Default value: 90 Desired signal strength for the codec type AMR FR, downlink This parameter is used internally in calculations as a negative value and given in dBm. Numeral 47 - 110 Default value: 90 Desired signal strength for the codec type AMR HR, downlink This parameter is used internally in calculations as a negative value and given in dBm. Numeral 47 - 110 Default value: 90 Desired signal strength, uplink If the optional feature AMR Power Control is not available in the system or not activated, this parameter is used also for the codec type AMR FR and HR. This parameter is used internally in calculations as a negative value and given in dBm. Numeral 47 - 110 Default value: 92 Desired signal strength for the codec type AMR FR, uplink This parameter is used internally in calculations as a negative value and given in dBm. Numeral 47 - 110 Default value: 92 Desired signal strength for the codec type AMR HR, uplink This parameter is used internally in calculations as a negative value and given in dBm. Numeral 47 - 110 Default value: 92 Signal strength evaluation selection at speech or data Numeral 1 - 9 Default value: 6 Signal strength evaluation selection at signalling only Numeral 1 - 9 Default value: 6 Length of downlink signal strength filter This parameter is given as number of SACCH periods (480 ms). Numeral 3 - 15 Default value: 3 Length of evaluation selection signal strength filter, speech or data This parameter is given as number of SACCH periods (480 ms).

Numeral 1 - 20 Default value: 10 SSLENSI Length of evaluation selection signal strength filter, signalling This parameter is given as number of SACCH periods (480 ms). Numeral 1 - 20 Default value: 4 SSLENUL Length of uplink signal strength filter This parameter is given as number of SACCH periods (480 ms). Numeral 3 - 15 Default value: 3 SSOFFSETDLAFRN Negative offset for signal strength downlink in dB for the cell or subcell This parameter is used only for the codec type AMR FR. Numeral 1 - 30 Default value: See parameter SSOFFSETDLAFRP below. SSOFFSETDLAFRP Positive offset for signal strength downlink in dB for the cell or subcell This parameter is used only for the codec type AMR FR. Numeral 0 - 30 SSOFFSETDLAFR default value: 0 SSOFFSETDLN Negative offset for signal strength downlink in dB for the cell or subcell Numeral 1 - 30 Default value: See parameter SSOFFSETDLP below. SSOFFSETDLP Positive offset for signal strength downlink in dB for the cell or subcell Numeral 0 - 30 SSOFFSETDL default value: 0 SSOFFSETULAFRN Negative offset for signal strength uplink in dB for the cell or subcell This parameter is used only for the codec type AMR FR. Numeral 1 - 30 Default value: See parameter SSOFFSETULAFRP below. SSOFFSETULAFRP Positive offset for signal strength uplink in dB for the cell or subcell This parameter is used only for the codec type AMR FR. Numeral 0 - 30 SSOFFSETULAFR default value: 0 SSOFFSETULN Negative offset for signal strength uplink in dB for the cell or subcell Numeral 1 - 30 Default value: See parameter SSOFFSETULP below. SSOFFSETULP Positive offset for signal strength uplink in dB for the cell or subcell Numeral 0 - 30 SSOFFSETUL default value: 0 SSRAMPSD Ramping length of evaluation selection signal strength filter, speech or data This parameter is given as number of SACCH periods (480 ms). Numeral 1 - 20 Default value: 5 SSRAMPSI Ramping length of evaluation selection signal strength filter, signalling This parameter is given as number of SACCH periods (480 ms). Numeral 1 - 20 Default value: 2 TAAVELEN Timing advance average length

TALIM

TALLOC

TAOLHYST

THO

TIHO

TINIT

TMAXIHO

TRHYST

TROFFSETN

TROFFSETP

This is number of values in moving average of timing advance. Numeral 1 - 20 Default value: 4 Timing advance limit for handover This is an urgency detection parameter. The parameter is given in number of bit periods (bp). Extended range cells have a larger range than normal range cells. Numeral 0 - 63 (Normal range cells)0 - 219 (Extended range cells) Default value: 62 Minimum time between allocation attempts when better cell condition and the first allocation attempt has failed This parameter is given as number of SACCH periods (480 ms). Numeral 0 - 120 Default value: 2 Hysteresis for timing advance bit periods for the overlaid subcell Numeral 0 - 61 Default value: 0 Time interval for measuring number of handovers allowed, before ranking by prioritizing candidates within higher cell layer is used The number of handovers allowed is set by parameter NHO. This prioritized ranking is only performed if the feature Handling of Fast Moving Mobiles is activated in the cell. Also minimum time before a handover is allowed to a lower layer cell, after a handover has been performed to a higher layer cell for a fast moving mobile. This parameter is given in seconds. Numeral 10 - 100 Default value: 30 Intracell handover inhibition timer in seconds for the cell or subcell Numeral 0 - 60 Default value: 5 Minimum time before handover is allowed on an initial call or after a handover This parameter is given as number of SACCH periods (480 ms). Numeral 0 - 120 Default value: 10 Time within which two intracell handovers are considered being in a sequence This parameter is given in seconds. Numeral 0 - 60 Default value: 6 Signal strength hysteresis when transition between K-cells and Lcells This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 0 - 63 Default value: 2 Signal strength negative offset when transition between K-cells and L-cells This parameter is given in dB. Numeral 1 - 63 Default value: See parameter TROFFSETP below. Signal strength positive offset when transition between K-cells and L-cells This parameter is given in dB.

TURGEN

WINSIZE

Numeral 0 - 63 TROFFSET default value: 0 Minimum time between allocation attempts when urgency condition and the first allocation attempt has failed This parameter is given as number of SACCH periods (480 ms). Numeral 0 - 120 Default value: 2 The window size over which to perform detailed FER and detailed RXQUAL calculations. This parameter is given as number of SACCH periods (480 ms). Numeral 2 - 40 Default value: 4