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7743 MEAN HOLDING TIME BELOW DEFINED THRESHOLD
Meaning
Mean holding time on a channel is below the operator-defined minimum
during the measurement period. The alarm is used to supervise the
functioning of traffic channels and to detect the possible faulty
channels.
1 indicates if the mean holding time is below the defined threshold
in time slot 0
00: above threshold (no alarm)
01: below threshold (alarm)

2 indicates if the mean holding time is below the defined threshold
in time slot 1
00: above threshold (no alarm)
01: below threshold (alarm)

3 indicates if the mean holding time is below the defined threshold
in time slot 2
00: above threshold (no alarm)
01: below threshold (alarm)

4 indicates if the mean holding time is below the defined threshold
in time slot 3
00: above threshold (no alarm)
01: below threshold (alarm)

5 indicates if the mean holding time is below the defined threshold
in time slot 4
00: above threshold (no alarm)
01: below threshold (alarm)

6 indicates if the mean holding time is below the defined threshold
in time slot 5
00: above threshold (no alarm)
01: below threshold (alarm)

7 indicates if the mean holding time is below the defined threshold
in time slot 6
00: above threshold (no alarm)
01: below threshold (alarm)

8 indicates if the mean holding time is below the defined threshold
in time slot 7
00: above threshold (no alarm)
01: below threshold (alarm)

9 identifies the time slot where the mean holding time is shortest

10 identifies the subchannel in the time slot with the shortest mean
holding time
00: TCH/H subchannel 0
01: TCH/H subchannel 1
02: TCH/F subchannel

11 shortest mean holding time in seconds during the measurement period(TCH)