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Mobile phone measurement execution rate

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    Tony
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    Hi all,

    i would like to know which is the execution rate of measurement that a gsm mobile phone have to perform for each cell present in the neighbours list that the mobile receive from network

    I explain:
    In idle mode the phone have to measure its serving cell and all the neighbours in order to evaluate the cell reselection procedure, for each cell how many measures for second the mobile have to do ?

    In connected mode the frequence of measurements is increased ?

    thanks to all

    #58197 Reply
    Pix
    Guest

    hello,

    in idle mode : once every 5 seconds
    in dedicated mode : once every 480 ms

    #58198 Reply
    DS
    Guest

    This means that once every 5 sec in Idle mode, mobile checks for the best neighbour for cell reselection.

    & in Dedicated mode,once every 480ms for handover.

    plz correct if im wrong.

    #58199 Reply
    Pix
    Guest

    Idle Mode : yes you are right, each 5s, the MS can reselect a new cell

    Dedicated Mode : the MS is simply sending the measurements every 480ms to the BTS & BSC. It is up to the BSC to determine if a HO is necessary or not.

    #58200 Reply
    Tony
    Guest

    Thank Pix

    But do you know if there are some BSC network parameters to set in order to increase or decrease the phone rate measurements in idle mode ?

    If the phone is well served from a cell i would avoid that in idle mode it makes too measures in order to save batteries…

    My regards
    Tony

    #58201 Reply
    Pix
    Guest

    No, you can’t reduce the measurement rate.

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