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RXTA- RX Level Based TCH Access

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  • #59674 Reply
    naeem ahmed
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    hi,
    can any of you please share technical description on RX Level Based TCH Access.

    #59675 Reply
    Bijoy
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    Naeem
    In the RX level based TCH allocation method the downlink RX level measured by the MS is used to determine whether the BTS is acceptable for TCH allocation. . TCH allocation for emergency calls is not restricted because of a too low RX level.
    The minimum allowed RX level per call type is calculated as in the equation

    DL_Rx_Lev(min)=C/N + DL noise level + NBL + 110.

    If a downlink RX level measurement is not present, it is assumed that all call types on BCCH BTS are allowed and RX level is calculated by using the highest C/N value as in the equation

    DL_Rx_Lev=C/N(max) + DL noise level + NBL + 110.

    Br\\
    Bijoy

    #59676 Reply
    naeem
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    hi bijoy,

    DL_Rx_Lev(min)=C/N + DL noise level + NBL + 110.

    1)does NBL mean NON BCCH LAYER?
    2)For implementing this in BSC do i just need to change the value of RXTA=1 or 2 or is there any additional paramenters do i need to change.
    3) doest it have any relation to RXP(Rx-Levl min acess).
    3) does this parameter give any improvement in TCH Drop.

    #59677 Reply
    Bijoy
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    naeem
    1.Yes,it is Non-BCCH Layer Offset
    2.Nothing
    3.DL_Rx_Lev(Min) >= RXP
    4.Not as such,But improper settings may increase SDCCH Drop & HFR.

    #59678 Reply
    naeem
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    hi bijoy,
    1) can u plz clarify why SD drop will effect.
    2) if RXTA=1, then DL RX_lev is used in call setup only and it has nothing to do with SD Drop and HSR.

    #59679 Reply
    Bijoy
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    Naeem
    This feature is used only for TCH allocation & not for SDCCH.
    So,if your Rx_Lev of TCH is lower than DL_Rx_Lev(min),your SDCCH will get released(T3101 expiry).

    If your SDCCH Drop rate includes T3101 expiry,you will observe huge SDCCH Drops Rate.
    Since you have set RXTA=1,no impact on HOSR.
    But if you keep RXTA=2,your HO may get dropped if it doesn’t meet the DL_Rx_Lev(min) criteria and no other suitable neighbour cells.

    Got it??
    Br\\
    Bijoy

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