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Product Version RAN10 Approver Mijia/43064 Mijia/43064 Course Version ISSUE Issue 1.11 New/Update Update Update

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HSPA+ Principle

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About This Course


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This course introduces principles and some key technologies of HSPA+.

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References
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3GPP Release 7 Specification References:


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3GPP TS 25.211: Physical channels and mapping of transport channels onto physical channels (FDD) 3GPP TS 25.212: Multiplexing and channel coding (FDD) 3GPP TS 25.213: Spreading and modulation (FDD) 3GPP TS 25.214: Physical layer procedures (FDD) 3GPP TS 25.308, "UTRA High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSPDA); Overall description" 3GPP TS 25.309: FDD Enhanced Uplink 3GPP TS 25.301: Radio Interface Protocol Architecture 3GPP TS 25.302: Services provided by the physical layer 3GPP TS 25.321: Medium Access Control (MAC) protocol specification

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Contents
1. HSPA+ Overview 2. Key Technologies of HSPA+

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Contents
1. HSPA+ Overview 2. Key Technologies of HSPA+

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HSPA+ Introduction
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HSPA refers to HSDPA and HSUPA which are introduced in 3GPP Release 5 and Release 6. It can provide significant throughput, latency, and capacity gains on the downlink and uplink, compared to Release 99.

HSPA+ (also known as HSPA evolution) is introduced in 3GPP Release 7. It is an enhancement to HSPA.

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Goals for HSPA+ in Release7


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Reduced service delay Increase peak data rates Improve spectrum efficiency Increase system capacity Reduce UE power consumption

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Room to Improve Release 6


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Release 6 (HSDPA and HSUPA) already provides highspeed wireless access to large number of users.

But there is room for even more improvements:


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Use of multiple antenna techniques (MIMO) to increase peak data rate and system capacity

Higher order modulation scheme to improve downlink spectral efficiency and peak data rate

Adapt system behavior to match application requirements to reduce interference and to extend UE battery life

Expand use of high speed HS-PDSCH channel beyond DTCH and DCCH, extend it to the CELL_FACH state.

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HSPA+ Features in Release 7


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Downlink enhanced L2 Downlink 64QAM MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) Enhanced CELL_FACH operation CPC (Continuous Packet Connectivity)

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MIMO and DL 64QAM


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MIMO
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MIMO increases transmission rates through space multiplexing and improves channel qualities through space diversity. The network side can dynamically select single- or dual-stream transmission according to channel conditions. The peak rate at the MAC layer can reach 28 Mbit/s.

DL 64QAM
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DL 64QAM allows the use of 64QAM in HSDPA to increase the number of bits per symbol and thus to obtain higher transmission rates. The peak rate at the MAC layer can reach 21 Mbit/s.

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Enhanced CELL_FACH Operation


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Enhanced CELL_FACH operation


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Enhanced CELL_FACH operation allows the use of HSDPA technologies for the UEs in the CELL_FACH, CELL_PCH, and URA_PCH state. The purpose is to increase the peak rates in these states and reduce the signaling transmission delay during service setup or state transition with the result improving the user experience.

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DL Enhanced L2
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This feature allows Uu L2 to use flexible PDU size on RLC layer and segmentation on MAC layer. The feature prevents the L2 from becoming the bottleneck of higher Uu rate increased by MIMO and 64QAM.

DL enhanced L2 is the precondition of MIMO, 64QAM and enhanced CELL_FACH operation.

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CPC (Continuous Packet Connectivity)


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CPC allows the uplink and downlink transmissions to take place at periodic intervals. This feature reduces the transmitted power (and thus increases the UE battery life) because the UE does not have to monitor and transmit overhead channels every TTl. This reduction in the transmitted power also helps to increase the uplink capacity by decreasing the total interference. This improvement is especially significant when there are users who transmit data infrequently as VoIP users.

CPC feature consists of DL DRX, UL DTX and HS-SCCH less operation.

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HSPA+ Capable UE Categories


HS-DSCH category Category 13 Category 14 Category 15 Category 16 Category 17 Category 18 QPSK, 16QAM, and 64QAM QPSK and 16QAM QPSK and 16QAM QPSK and 16QAM QPSK, 16QAM, and 64QAM None Supported Modulations Without MIMO Supported Modulations with MIMO

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Contents
1. HSPA+ Overview 2. Key Technologies of HSPA+

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Contents
2. Key Technologies of HSPA+
2.1 Downlink Enhanced L2 2.2 Downlink 64QAM 2.3 MIMO 2.4 Enhanced CELL_FACH Operation 2.5 CPC

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Limitation of Original L2 Function


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MIMO and 64QAM increase the DL rates on the Uu interface. The original DL L2 function cannot adapt to such high rates. To prevent L2 from becoming the bottleneck of network performance, 3GPP Release 7 introduces enhancements to L2.

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Downlink Enhanced L2 in Release 7


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Downlink enhanced L2 includes the following two features:


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Improving the RLC entity to support flexible RLC PDU sizes Adding a new entity, the MAC-ehs, implementing data segmentation at the MAC layer, and supporting the multiplexing of multiple priority queues

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Flexible RLC PDU size


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With introduction of flexible RLC PDU sizes, the RLC layer will not segment higher-layer packets with sizes less than maximum RLC PDU size (the maximum RLC PDU size is configurable and maximum value is 1500 bytes). Thus, the RLC layer can flexibly adapt to variations in traffic volume and reduce the overhead of the RLC PDU header.

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MAC-hs Entity (UTRAN side) in Release 6 MAC-d flows


MAC-hs Scheduling/Priority handling
Priority Queue distribution Priority Queue distribution

Priority Queue

Priority Queue

Priority Queue

Priority Queue

MAC

Control

HARQ entity

TFRC selection

Associated Uplink Signalling

HS-DSCH

Associated Downlink Signalling

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MAC-ehs Entity (UTRAN side) in Release MAC-d flows7


MAC-ehs Scheduling/Priority handling
Priority Queue distribution

Priority Queue

Priority Queue

Priority Queue

MAC

Control

Segme ntation

Segme ntation

Segme ntation

Priority Queue MUX

HARQ entity
TFRC selection

Associated Uplink Signalling

HS-DSCH

Associated Downlink Signalling


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Contents
2. Key Technologies of HSPA+
2.1 Downlink Enhanced L2 2.2 Downlink 64QAM 2.3 MIMO 2.4 Enhanced CELL_FACH Operation 2.5 CPC

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Modulation Modes for HSPA+


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Three modulation modes can be used for HS-PDSCH

64QAM allows more bits per Symbol to be transmitted

Higher peak rate achieved in good channel condition


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CQI Mapping Table Change for 64QAM


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64QAM not configured


TBS 137 Codes 1 Modula tion QPSK 16QAM 16QAM 16QAM 16QAM

64QAM configured
CQI 1 TBS 136 Codes 1 Modula tion QPSK 16QAM 64QAM 64QAM 64QAM 64QAM 64-

CQI 1

25 26 27 28

14411 17237 21754 23370

10 12 15 15

25 26 27 28

14424 15776 21768 26504 32264

10 10 12 13 14

1629 29 24222 15 Copyright 2008 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved. QAM 16-

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HS-SCCH Change for 64QAM


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Release 6

Release 7
Channelization Code Set Last bit: 0:16QAM Last bit 1: 64QAM Modulation Scheme 0: QPSK 1: QAM

Channelization Code Set

Modulation Scheme 0: QPSK 1: 16QAM

MUX
HS-SCCH part 1
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MUX
HS-SCCH part 1
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Prerequisites for Downlink 64QAM


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UE capability
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UE category 13, 14, 17 and 18 can support downlink 64QAM.

Service type
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64QAM modulation mode is only used for HSPDA service.

Cell capability
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The Serving cell must support downlink enhanced L2 and 64 QAM.

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Contents
2. Key Technologies of HSPA+
2.1 Downlink Enhanced L2 2.2 Downlink 64QAM 2.3 MIMO 2.4 Enhanced CELL_FACH Operation 2.5 CPC

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What is MIMO?
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MIMO: Multiple Input Multiple Output

Transmitter

Wireless Channel

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Receiver

M Channel Condition Feedback

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What can MIMO provide?


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2!2 MIMO can increase peak data rate to 28Mbps


Data Stream 1

Transmitter

Wireless Channel

Receiver

Data Stream 1

Channel Condition Feedback

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Effect of Channel Condition to MIMO


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MIMO operation is affected by channel condition of UE. Only when the channel conditions are good, two parallel data streams can be carried in different transmitters. This is dual-stream case. Otherwise only one data stream is carried even though two transmitters are used. This is singlestream case.

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HSDPA with MIMO in Release 7


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Operation is similar to Release 5 HSDPA, but with different signaling:


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Via HS-DPCCH UE reports


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Channel Condition Preferred antenna weight Dual stream or single stream preference

Based on UE report, NodeB


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Determines number of data streams, TB size, modulation and coding scheme and antenna weighting

Informs UE of the decision via HS-SCCH

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NodeB transmits the data via HS-PDSCH channel. Upon receiving the data, UE sends ACK/NACK via HS-DPCCH.

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Illustration of 2 2 MIMO

Pilot for channel estimation

Pre-coding

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Pre-coding
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In single-stream case pre-coding is used to achieve transmit diversity. It is similar to closed-loop transmit diversity.

In dual-stream case pre-coding is used to reduce the interference between two streams and try to make them orthogonal.

Four predefined antenna weighting vectors are used, identified by PCI (Pre-coding Indicator). NodeB decides which weighting vector is used and inform UE.

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Pilots for Channel Estimation


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On each antenna, a common pilot channel is transmitted. It is used to estimate the channels between NodeB and UE. In 2!2 MIMO mode the channel between transmitter and receiver can be expressed as the following format, where hi,j is the estimate of the channel between the physical antenna i at the base station and the antenna j at the UE.

h1,1 h1,2 H = h2,1 h2,2


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HS-DPCCH
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Signaling

UE reports on HS-DPCCH
Preferred number of transport blocks
2 TBs = dual stream transmission 1 TBs = single stream transmission

Channel Quality Indicator (CQI)


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Type A: provide CQI for each TB when 2 TBs are preferred Type B: provide CQI when only one TB should be sent

Preferred pre-coding (Pre-coding Control Indication: PCI)


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Indicate 1 of 4 predefined pre-coding vectors

ACK/NACK
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If one TB was transmitted, UE sends one ACK or NACK If two TBs were transmitted, UE reports one out of four possible values for ACK/ACK, ACK/NACK, NACK/ACK, NACK/NACK Each TB is acknowledged independently.
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Two Types of CQI Feedback


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Two types of CQI is reported by UE: type A and type B In type A report, UE indicates:
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Preferred pre-coding vectors (2 bits) Preferred number of TBs per TTI CQI (8 bits)
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"Old# 31-level CQI report, if one TB is preferred "New# 255-level CQI report, if two TBs is preferred

In type B report, UE indicates:


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Preferred pre-coding vectors (2 bits) CQI (5 bits)

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Two Types of CQI Feedback (continued)


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NodeB Configures UE to use N type A reports every period of M CQI reports. UE uses type B in remaining time.

The following are two examples for type A/B reporting:

Type A

Type A

Type A

Type A

Type B

Type A

Type A

Type A Type A Type B

Time

Configurtion N/M = 4/5, CQI feedback cycle = 1 (2ms)


Type A Type A Type B

Time

Configuration N/M = 2/3, CQI feedback cycle = 4 (8ms)


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HS-SCCH Signaling
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Part 1

New HS-SCCH format Part 1


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Transmitted in the first slot of the 3-slot HS-SCCH TTI Supports single stream (8 bits) or dual streams (12bits) For dual stream operation (12 bits)
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Channelization code set (7 bits) Modulation Scheme and number of TBs (3 bits) Pre-coding vector (2 bits)

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HS-SCCH Signaling
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Part 2

Transmitted in the second and third slots of the HS-SCCH TTI

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Supports single stream (12 bits) or dual stream (20 bits) For dual stream transmission (20 bits):
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Transport block size (6 bits per TB) HARQ IDs (4bits) Redundancy version (2 bits per TB)

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Prerequisites for MIMO


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UE capability
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UE category 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 can MIMO

Service type
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MIMO modulation mode is only used for HSPDA service.

Cell capability
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The Serving cell must support downlink enhanced L2 and MIMO.

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Contents
2. Key Technologies of HSPA+
2.1 Downlink Enhanced L2 2.2 Downlink 64QAM 2.3 MIMO 2.4 Enhanced CELL_FACH Operation 2.5 CPC

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Purpose of Enhanced CELL_FACH Operation


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The RRC states of a UE in connected mode include CELL_DCH, CELL_FACH, CELL_PCH, and URA_PCH. HSPA significantly increases the maximum achievable uplink and downlink data rates, but only for UEs in CELL_DCH states.

The purpose of the Enhanced CELL_FACH feature is to extend the use of HSDPA function to the CELL_FACH, CELL_PCH, and URA_PCH state as well, allowing a more flexible allocation of resources, increased data rates, and reduced transmission delays. So far RAN11 only supports HSDPA in CELL_FACH.

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Benefits of Enhanced CELL_FACH Operation


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UE can reduce the state transitions from CELL_FACH to CELL_DCH

UE can receive high speed downlink traffic (data or signaling) in CELL_FACH.

UL transmission is still possible in CELL_FACH and uplink traffic (data or signaling) is carried on RACH. (as in Release 6)

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Logical Channel Mapping in Enhanced CELL_FACH


DTCH DCCH CCCH BCCH

FACH RAN10

HS-DSCH RAN11

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UE Reception in Enhanced CELL_FACH


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UE can decode HS-SCCH using:


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Dedicated H-RNTI (from prior dedicated RRC signaling) Or an H-RNTI selected from list of common H-RNTI in SIB5

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UE use HS-SCCH channelization code from SIB5. UE decodes HS-PDSCH to receive DL data transmissions.
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BCCH/CCCH/DTCH/DCCH

No Uplink ACK/NACK or CQI is transmitted.

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State Transition Idle to CELL_FACH/CELL_DCH


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UE procedures in state transition from idle to CELL_FACH/CELL_DCH


1. Read system information in SIB5 2. Sends an RRC Connection Request on PRACH to request PS service 3. Selects an H-RNTI from common H-RNTI listed, HS-SCCH channelization code from SIB5. 4. Monitor HS-SCCH using selected common H-RNTI.
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Decode HS-PDSCH to receive RRC Connection Setup.

5. Transitions to CELL_FACH or CELL_DCH based on the reconfiguration message.


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Uses new assigned H-RNTI for further HS-PDSCH reception.

6. May receive subsequent data in CELL_FACH or CELL_DCH


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Contents
2. Key Technologies of HSPA+
2.1 Downlink Enhanced L2 2.2 Downlink 64QAM 2.3 MIMO 2.4 Enhanced CELL_FACH Operation 2.5 CPC

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CPC Motivation
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CPC allows packet data users to remain in CELL_DCH state to a larger extent, thus avoiding frequent packet connection re-establishments.

CPC motivation is mainly to allow more efficient use of continuous packet data connections:
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Higher capacity Lower UE battery consumption

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What is CPC?
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CPC adds three main features:


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UL DTX (discontinuous uplink transmission) DL DRX (discontinuous downlink reception) HS-SCCH less operation

These three features are optional


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UL DTX can be used alone or in combination with other CPC features.

DL DRX can be used only if UL DTX is used. HS-SCCH less operation can be used alone or in combination with other CPC features.

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Preconditions for CPC Configuration


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UE is in CELL_DCH state. No DCH is configured. Downlink traffic is carried by HS-DSCH and uplink traffic is carried by E-DCH.

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SRB (Signaling radio bearer) is carried by HSPA. F-DPCH is configured.

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Basic Concepts of UL DTX


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UL DTX includes the following features:


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UL DPCCH DTX E-DCH transmission restriction CQI reporting DTX

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UL DPCCH DTX

Release 6 UL DPCCH

Release 7 UL DPCCH DTX

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UL DPCCH DTX Activation/Deactivation


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UL DPCCH DTX activation and deactivation


UL DTX enabled UL DTX deactivated DTX activation order DTX deactivation order

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UL DTX Configured in RRC?

Enabling_delay elapse

UL DTX Active
DTX at UE_DTX_cycle_1 (Initial state)

N
No UL DTX

Data to transmit

No E-DCH data for Inactivity_threshold_fo r_UE_DTX_cycle_2 TTIs

DTX at UE_DTX_cycle_2

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UL DPCCH DTX Operation


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When UL DTX is active:


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UE shall transmit the uplink DPCCH in a slot if there is:


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HARQ-ACK/NACK transmission on HS-DPCCH CQI transmission on HS-PDSCH E-DCH transmission

Otherwise, UL DPCCH shall be transmitted based on:


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Two periodic (DTX_cycle) transmission gaps

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UL DPCCH DTX Operation (continued)


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Two cycles of UL DPCCH DTX

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CQI Reporting DTX


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CQI reporting DTX


Normal CQI reporting CQI feedback cycle Does not coincide with UE_DTX_cycle No CQI reporting

DPCCH additional transmissions (When CQI is transmitted)

UE_DTX_cycle Last HS-DSCH activity on the downlink CQI DTX timer expires

CQI DTX timer

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E-DCH transmission restriction


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UL DTX supports configurable E-DCH transmission start time restrictions


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It can enable DRX at NodeB to save NodeB processing power.


After data inactivity, UE shall wait next MAC_DTX_cycle for sending E-DCH data

MAC_DTX_cycle MAC_Inactivity_Threshold

E-DCH data to send but not sent

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Basic Concepts of DL DRX


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DL DRX feature is designed to save UE battery. If UL DTX is configured, RNC can also configure DL DRX.
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UE can receive the following channels discontinuously:


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HS-SCCH and HS-PDSCH E-AGCH and E-RGCH

When DRX is configured, RNC will send DL data (on HSSCCH and HS-PDSCH) only at pre-defined periodic intervals.

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DL DRX Activation/Deactivation
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DL DRX activation and deactivation


DTX/DRX enabled DL DRX deactivated DRX activation order DRX deactivation order

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UL DTX and DL DRX Configured in RRC?

Enabling_delay elapse

DL DRX Active
NO DRX (Initial state)

N
No DL DRX

No HS-SCCH/HS-PDSCH reception during Inactivity_threshold_for_U E_DRX_cycle subframes DRX at UE_DRX_cycle

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DL DRX Operation
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If DL DRX (and UL DTX) is configured and supported by UE:


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UE shall continue to receive F-DPCH and E-HICH as normal operation.

UE can apply DRX to HS-SCCH and HS-PDSCH.


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If UE has not received an HS-SCCH or HS-PDSCH subframes during the last Inactivity_Threshlod_for_UE_DRX_cycle subframes, UE shall monitor HS-SCCH and HS-PDSCH every DRX_cycle frames.

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DL DRX Operation (continued)


Inactivity_threshold_for_U E_DRX_cycle UE_DRX_cycle

subframe subframe subframe subframe subframe subframe subframe subframe subframe

HSSCCH HS-PDSCH
UE shall monitor continuously HS-SCCH/HS-PDSCH

subframe subframe subframe subframe subframe subframe subframe subframe subframe

UE doesn$t monitor HS-SCCH/HSPDSCH

UE shall monitor HS-SCCH/HSPDSCH every UE_DRX_cycle only

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E-AGCH and E-RGCH Monitoring


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UE can apply DRX to E-AGCH and E-RGCH


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There are two main RRC parameters to control E-AGCH and E-RGCH DRX: Inactivity_Threshold_for_UE_Grant_Monitoring and UE_DRX_Grant_Monitoring.

UE can avoid monitoring E-AGCH and E-RGCH channels except for the following case:
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A scheduled E-DCH transmission has been performed in any of Inactivity_Threshold_for_UE_Grant_Monitoring previous TTIs.

UE_DRX_Grant_Monitoring is TRUE and the start of E-AGCH or EAGCH transmission overlaps with an HS-SCCH subframe.

E-AGCH and E-RGCH commands overlap with an E-HICH corresponding to a scheduled E-DCH transmission.

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Basic Concepts of HS-SCCH Less Operation


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Under certain conditions (for example low data rate), HSPDSCH (only for first transmission) can carry data without associated HS-SCCH.

With HS-SCCH less operation, DL OVSF codes and power can be saved for low data rate downlink transmission.

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HS-SCCH Less Operation


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If HS-SCCH less operation is configured by RRC, UE shall behave as follows:


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UE monitors one or two pre-assigned HS-PDSCH codes every TTI


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HS-PDSCH CRC is generated based on UE specific H-RNTI.

UE performs a blind decoding of HS-PDSCH, trying some predefined transport block sizes.

The modulation mode can only be QPSK.


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Suitable for low data rate transmission

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HS-SCCH Less Operation (continued)


HS-SCCH carries %Pointer to previous transmission %Retransmission number %Transport format %Channelization codes for HS-PDSCH HS-SCCH first transmission HS-DPSCH blind decoding HS-DPCCH NACK NACK not transmitted
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first retransmission

second retransmission

ACK

CPC Coexistence with Other HSPA+ Features


Feature UL DTX DL DRX HS-SCCH less HSDPA HSUPA F-DPCH MIMO DL 64 QAM UL DTX N/A Possible Possible Compulsory Compulsory Compulsory Possible Possible DL DRX Compulsory N/A Possible Compulsory Compulsory Compulsory Possible Possible
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HS-SCCH less Possible Possible N/A Compulsory Possible Compulsory Not supported No supported

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