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ZXG10 iBSC

Base Station Controller


Performance Counter Manual Volume III
Version 6.20
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Contents

About This Manual ............................................................ i
Purpose................................................................................ i
Intended Audience ................................................................. i
Prerequisite Skill and Knowledge.............................................. i
What Is in This Manual ........................................................... i
Related Documentation.......................................................... ii
Conventions........................................................................ iii
How to Get in Touch ............................................................. iv
Declaration of RoHS Compliance..................................... v
Chapter 1.......................................................................... 7
Sub Cell Statistics ............................................................ 7
Overview............................................................................. 7
Sub Cell Statistics Counter Index ............................................ 7
C901130001 ...................................................................... 10
C901130002 ...................................................................... 10
C901130003 ...................................................................... 11
C901130004 ...................................................................... 11
C901130005 ...................................................................... 11
C901130006 ...................................................................... 12
C901130007 ...................................................................... 12
C901130008 ...................................................................... 13
C901130009 ...................................................................... 13
C901130010 ...................................................................... 14
C901130011 ...................................................................... 14
C901130012 ...................................................................... 15
C901130013 ...................................................................... 15
C901130014 ...................................................................... 15
C901130015 ...................................................................... 16
C901130016 ...................................................................... 16
C901130017 ...................................................................... 17

C901130018.......................................................................18
C901130019.......................................................................18
C901130020.......................................................................19
C901130021.......................................................................19
C901130022.......................................................................20
C901130023.......................................................................20
C901130024.......................................................................21
C901130025.......................................................................21
C901130026.......................................................................22
C901130027.......................................................................22
C901130028.......................................................................23
C901130029.......................................................................23
C901130030.......................................................................24
C901130031.......................................................................24
C901130032.......................................................................25
C901130033.......................................................................25
C901130034.......................................................................26
C901130035.......................................................................26
C901130036.......................................................................27
C901130037.......................................................................27
C901130038.......................................................................28
C901130039.......................................................................28
C901130040.......................................................................29
C901130041.......................................................................30
C901130042.......................................................................30
C901130043.......................................................................31
C901130044.......................................................................31
C901130045.......................................................................32
C901130046.......................................................................32
C901130047.......................................................................33
C901130048.......................................................................33
C901130049.......................................................................34
C901130050.......................................................................34
C901130051.......................................................................35
C901130052.......................................................................35
C901130053.......................................................................36
C901130054.......................................................................36
C901130055.......................................................................37
C901130056.......................................................................37

C901130057 ...................................................................... 38
C901130058 ...................................................................... 38
C901130059 ...................................................................... 39
C901130060 ...................................................................... 39
Chapter 2........................................................................ 41
MS TA Measurement...................................................... 41
Overview........................................................................... 41
MS TA Measurement Counter Index ....................................... 41
C901140001 ...................................................................... 42
C901140002 ...................................................................... 43
C901140003 ...................................................................... 43
C901140004 ...................................................................... 43
C901140005 ...................................................................... 44
C901140006 ...................................................................... 44
C901140007 ...................................................................... 44
C901140008 ...................................................................... 45
C901140009 ...................................................................... 45
C901140010 ...................................................................... 45
C901140011 ...................................................................... 46
C901140012 ...................................................................... 46
C901140013 ...................................................................... 46
C901140014 ...................................................................... 47
C901140015 ...................................................................... 47
C901140016 ...................................................................... 47
C901140017 ...................................................................... 48
C901140018 ...................................................................... 48
C901140019 ...................................................................... 48
C901140020 ...................................................................... 49
C901140021 ...................................................................... 49
C901140022 ...................................................................... 49
C901140023 ...................................................................... 50
C901140024 ...................................................................... 50
C901140025 ...................................................................... 50
C901140026 ...................................................................... 51
C901140027 ...................................................................... 51
C901140028 ...................................................................... 51
C901140029 ...................................................................... 52
C901140030 ...................................................................... 52

C901140031.......................................................................52
C901140032.......................................................................53
C901140033.......................................................................53
Chapter 3........................................................................55
SAPI3 Measurement ......................................................55
Overview ...........................................................................55
SAPI3 Measurement Counter Index........................................55
C901150001.......................................................................56
C901150002.......................................................................57
C901150004.......................................................................58
C901150005.......................................................................58
C901150006.......................................................................58
C901150007.......................................................................59
C901150009.......................................................................60
C901150010.......................................................................60
C901150011.......................................................................60
C901150012.......................................................................61
C901150014.......................................................................61
C901150015.......................................................................61
C901150016.......................................................................62
C901150017.......................................................................64
C901150018.......................................................................65
C901150019.......................................................................65
C901150020.......................................................................65
C901150021.......................................................................66
C901150022.......................................................................66
C901150023.......................................................................66
C901150024.......................................................................67
C901150025.......................................................................67
Chapter 4........................................................................69
Uplink and Downlink PACCH Statistics..........................69
Overview ...........................................................................69
UL and DL PACCH Statistics Counter Index..............................69
C901160001.......................................................................70
C901160002.......................................................................71
C901160003.......................................................................71
C901160004.......................................................................72

C901160005 ...................................................................... 73
C901160006 ...................................................................... 73
C901160007 ...................................................................... 74
C901160008 ...................................................................... 74
C901160009 ...................................................................... 75
C901160010 ...................................................................... 75
C901160011 ...................................................................... 76
C901160012 ...................................................................... 77
C901160013 ...................................................................... 77
C901160014 ...................................................................... 78
C901160017 ...................................................................... 78
C901160018 ...................................................................... 79
C901160019 ...................................................................... 79
C901160020 ...................................................................... 79
C901160021 ...................................................................... 80
C901160022 ...................................................................... 81
C901160023 ...................................................................... 81
C901160024 ...................................................................... 82
C901160025 ...................................................................... 82
C901160026 ...................................................................... 83
C901160027 ...................................................................... 84
Chapter 5........................................................................ 85
Downlink GPRS Data TBF Statistics .............................. 85
Overview........................................................................... 85
DL GPRS Data TBF Statistics Counter Index ............................ 85
C901170002 ...................................................................... 88
C901170003 ...................................................................... 88
C901170004 ...................................................................... 89
C901170005 ...................................................................... 89
C901170007 ...................................................................... 89
C901170008 ...................................................................... 90
C901170009 ...................................................................... 91
C901170010 ...................................................................... 92
C901170011 ...................................................................... 93
C901170012 ...................................................................... 93
C901170013 ...................................................................... 94
C901170014 ...................................................................... 95
C901170015 ...................................................................... 95

C901170016.......................................................................96
C901170017.......................................................................96
C901170018.......................................................................97
C901170019.......................................................................97
C901170020.......................................................................97
C901170023.......................................................................97
C901170024.......................................................................98
C901170025.......................................................................99
C901170026..................................................................... 100
C901170027..................................................................... 100
C901170028..................................................................... 101
C901170029..................................................................... 101
C901170030..................................................................... 101
C901170031..................................................................... 102
C901170032..................................................................... 102
C901170033..................................................................... 103
C901170036..................................................................... 103
C901170037..................................................................... 103
C901170038..................................................................... 104
C901170039..................................................................... 105
C901170040..................................................................... 106
C901170041..................................................................... 106
C901170042..................................................................... 107
C901170043..................................................................... 107
C901170044..................................................................... 108
C901170045..................................................................... 108
C901170046..................................................................... 108
C901170047..................................................................... 108
C901170048..................................................................... 109
C901170049..................................................................... 109
C901170050..................................................................... 110
C901170051..................................................................... 110
C901170052..................................................................... 111
C901170053..................................................................... 112
C901170054..................................................................... 112
C901170055..................................................................... 113
C901170056..................................................................... 113
C901170057..................................................................... 113
C901170058..................................................................... 114

C901170059 .................................................................... 114
Chapter 6......................................................................117
Downlink EGPRS Data TBF Statistics ..........................117
Overview......................................................................... 117
DL EGPRS Data TBF Statistics Counter Index ........................ 117
C901180002 .................................................................... 120
C901180003 .................................................................... 120
C901180004 .................................................................... 121
C901180005 .................................................................... 121
C901180007 .................................................................... 121
C901180008 .................................................................... 121
C901180009 .................................................................... 122
C901180010 .................................................................... 123
C901180011 .................................................................... 123
C901180012 .................................................................... 123
C901180013 .................................................................... 124
C901180014 .................................................................... 124
C901180015 .................................................................... 125
C901180016 .................................................................... 125
C901180017 .................................................................... 125
C901180018 .................................................................... 126
C901180019 .................................................................... 126
C901180020 .................................................................... 126
C901180023 .................................................................... 126
C901180024 .................................................................... 127
C901180025 .................................................................... 127
C901180026 .................................................................... 128
C901180027 .................................................................... 128
C901180028 .................................................................... 128
C901180029 .................................................................... 129
C901180030 .................................................................... 129
C901180031 .................................................................... 130
C901180032 .................................................................... 130
C901180033 .................................................................... 130
C901180036 .................................................................... 130
C901180037 .................................................................... 131
C901180038 .................................................................... 131
C901180039 .................................................................... 132

C901180040..................................................................... 132
C901180041..................................................................... 133
C901180042..................................................................... 133
C901180043..................................................................... 134
C901180044..................................................................... 134
C901180045..................................................................... 134
C901180046..................................................................... 134
C901180047..................................................................... 135
C901180048..................................................................... 135
C901180049..................................................................... 135
C901180050..................................................................... 136
C901180051..................................................................... 136
C901180052..................................................................... 136
C901180053..................................................................... 137
C901180054..................................................................... 137
Chapter 7......................................................................139
Uplink GPRS Data TBF Statistics..................................139
Overview ......................................................................... 139
UL GPRS Data TBF Statistics Counter Index........................... 139
C901190002..................................................................... 144
C901190003..................................................................... 144
C901190004..................................................................... 145
C901190005..................................................................... 145
C901190006..................................................................... 145
C901190007..................................................................... 146
C901190008..................................................................... 147
C901190009..................................................................... 147
C901190010..................................................................... 148
C901190011..................................................................... 148
C901190012..................................................................... 149
C901190013..................................................................... 150
C901190015..................................................................... 150
C901190016..................................................................... 152
C901190017..................................................................... 153
C901190018..................................................................... 154
C901190019..................................................................... 155
C901190020..................................................................... 156
C901190021..................................................................... 157

C901190022 .................................................................... 157
C901190023 .................................................................... 158
C901190024 .................................................................... 159
C901190025 .................................................................... 159
C901190026 .................................................................... 160
C901190027 .................................................................... 161
C901190028 .................................................................... 161
C901190029 .................................................................... 162
C901190030 .................................................................... 162
C901190031 .................................................................... 162
C901190032 .................................................................... 163
C901190033 .................................................................... 163
C901190034 .................................................................... 163
C901190035 .................................................................... 164
C901190038 .................................................................... 164
C901190039 .................................................................... 165
C901190040 .................................................................... 165
C901190041 .................................................................... 166
C901190042 .................................................................... 166
C901190043 .................................................................... 166
C901190044 .................................................................... 167
C901190045 .................................................................... 167
C901190046 .................................................................... 168
C901190047 .................................................................... 168
C901190048 .................................................................... 168
C901190051 .................................................................... 168
C901190052 .................................................................... 169
C901190053 .................................................................... 169
C901190054 .................................................................... 170
C901190055 .................................................................... 170
C901190056 .................................................................... 171
C901190057 .................................................................... 171
C901190058 .................................................................... 172
C901190059 .................................................................... 172
C901190060 .................................................................... 172
C901190061 .................................................................... 172
C901190062 .................................................................... 173
C901190064 .................................................................... 173
C901190065 .................................................................... 173

C901190066..................................................................... 174
C901190067..................................................................... 175
C901190068..................................................................... 176
C901190069..................................................................... 176
C901190070..................................................................... 177
C901190071..................................................................... 177
C901190072..................................................................... 178
C901190073..................................................................... 178
C901190074..................................................................... 178
C901190075..................................................................... 178
C901190076..................................................................... 179
C901190077..................................................................... 179
C901190078..................................................................... 179
C901190079..................................................................... 180
C901190080..................................................................... 180
C901190081..................................................................... 180
C901190082..................................................................... 181
C901190083..................................................................... 181
C901190084..................................................................... 181
C901190085..................................................................... 182
C901190086..................................................................... 182
C901190087..................................................................... 183
Chapter 8......................................................................185
Uplink EGPRS Data TBF Statistics................................185
Overview ......................................................................... 185
UL GPRS Data TBF Statistics Counter Index........................... 185
C901200002..................................................................... 190
C901200003..................................................................... 190
C901200004..................................................................... 191
C901200005..................................................................... 191
C901200006..................................................................... 191
C901200007..................................................................... 192
C901200008..................................................................... 192
C901200009..................................................................... 193
C901200010..................................................................... 193
C901200011..................................................................... 193
C901200012..................................................................... 193
C901200013..................................................................... 194

C901200015 .................................................................... 195
C901200016 .................................................................... 196
C901200017 .................................................................... 196
C901200018 .................................................................... 197
C901200019 .................................................................... 198
C901200020 .................................................................... 198
C901200021 .................................................................... 199
C901200022 .................................................................... 199
C901200023 .................................................................... 199
C901200024 .................................................................... 199
C901200025 .................................................................... 200
C901200026 .................................................................... 201
C901200027 .................................................................... 201
C901200028 .................................................................... 202
C901200029 .................................................................... 202
C901200030 .................................................................... 203
C901200031 .................................................................... 203
C901200032 .................................................................... 204
C901200033 .................................................................... 204
C901200034 .................................................................... 204
C901200035 .................................................................... 205
C901200038 .................................................................... 205
C901200039 .................................................................... 205
C901200040 .................................................................... 206
C901200041 .................................................................... 206
C901200042 .................................................................... 206
C901200043 .................................................................... 207
C901200044 .................................................................... 207
C901200045 .................................................................... 208
C901200046 .................................................................... 208
C901200047 .................................................................... 208
C901200048 .................................................................... 208
C901200051 .................................................................... 209
C901200052 .................................................................... 209
C901200053 .................................................................... 210
C901200054 .................................................................... 210
C901200055 .................................................................... 210
C901200056 .................................................................... 211
C901200057 .................................................................... 211

C901200058..................................................................... 212
C901200059..................................................................... 212
C901200060..................................................................... 212
C901200061..................................................................... 213
C901200062..................................................................... 213
C901200064..................................................................... 213
C901200065..................................................................... 213
C901200066..................................................................... 214
C901200067..................................................................... 214
C901200068..................................................................... 215
C901200069..................................................................... 215
C901200070..................................................................... 215
C901200071..................................................................... 216
C901200072..................................................................... 216
C901200073..................................................................... 217
C901200074..................................................................... 217
C901200075..................................................................... 217
C901200076..................................................................... 217
C901200077..................................................................... 218
C901200078..................................................................... 218
C901200079..................................................................... 218
C901200080..................................................................... 219
C901200081..................................................................... 219
C901200082..................................................................... 219
C901200083..................................................................... 220
C901200084..................................................................... 220
C901200085..................................................................... 221
C901200086..................................................................... 221
C901200087..................................................................... 221
Chapter 9......................................................................223
BSSGP Flow Statistic....................................................223
Overview ......................................................................... 223
BSSGP Flow Statistics Counter Index.................................... 223
C901210001..................................................................... 224
C901210002..................................................................... 225
C901210003..................................................................... 225
C901210004..................................................................... 226
C901210005..................................................................... 226

C901210006 .................................................................... 226
C901210007 .................................................................... 227
C901210008 .................................................................... 227
C901210009 .................................................................... 227
C901210010 .................................................................... 228
C901210011 .................................................................... 228
C901210012 .................................................................... 228
C901210013 .................................................................... 229
C901210014 .................................................................... 229
C901210015 .................................................................... 230
C901210016 .................................................................... 230
C901210017 .................................................................... 230
C901210018 .................................................................... 231
C901210019 .................................................................... 231
C901210020 .................................................................... 232
C901210021 .................................................................... 232
C901210022 .................................................................... 233
C901210023 .................................................................... 233
Chapter 10....................................................................235
TRX Measurement........................................................235
Overview......................................................................... 235
TRX Measurement Counter Index ........................................ 235
C901230001 .................................................................... 238
C901230002 .................................................................... 238
C901230003 .................................................................... 238
C901230004 .................................................................... 239
C901230005 .................................................................... 239
C901230006 .................................................................... 240
C901230007 .................................................................... 240
C901230008 .................................................................... 240
C901230009 .................................................................... 241
C901230010 .................................................................... 241
C901230011 .................................................................... 241
C901230012 .................................................................... 242
C901230013 .................................................................... 243
C901230014 .................................................................... 243
C901230015 .................................................................... 244
C901230016 .................................................................... 244

C901230017..................................................................... 244
C901230018..................................................................... 245
C901230019..................................................................... 245
C901230020..................................................................... 245
C901230021..................................................................... 246
C901230022..................................................................... 246
C901230023..................................................................... 247
C901230024..................................................................... 247
C901230025..................................................................... 247
C901230026..................................................................... 248
C901230027..................................................................... 248
C901230028..................................................................... 248
C901230029..................................................................... 249
C901230030..................................................................... 249
C901230031..................................................................... 249
C901230032..................................................................... 249
C901230033..................................................................... 250
C901230034..................................................................... 250
C901230035..................................................................... 250
C901230036..................................................................... 250
C901230037..................................................................... 251
C901230038..................................................................... 251
C901230039..................................................................... 251
C901230040..................................................................... 251
C901230041..................................................................... 252
C901230042..................................................................... 252
C901230043..................................................................... 252
C901230044..................................................................... 253
C901230045..................................................................... 253
C901230046..................................................................... 253
C901230047..................................................................... 253
C901230048..................................................................... 254
C901230049..................................................................... 254
C901230050..................................................................... 254
C901230051..................................................................... 254
C901230052..................................................................... 255
C901230053..................................................................... 255
C901230054..................................................................... 255
C901230055..................................................................... 255

C901230056 .................................................................... 256
C901230057 .................................................................... 256
C901230058 .................................................................... 256
C901230059 .................................................................... 256
C901230060 .................................................................... 257
C901230061 .................................................................... 257
C901230062 .................................................................... 257
Appendix A...................................................................259
Abbreviations...............................................................259
Appendix B...................................................................263
Figures.......................................................................... 263
Tables...........................................................................269
Index............................................................................271
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Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION i
About This Manual

Purpose
This manual provides procedures and guidelines that support the
operation of the ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20).
Intended Audience
This manual is intended for engineers and technicians who
perform operation activities on the ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20).
Prerequisite Skill and Knowledge
To use this manual effectively, users should have a general
understanding of wireless telecommunications technology.
Familiarity with the following is helpful:
ZXG10 system and its various components
GSM BSS components and processes
Local operating procedures
What Is in This Manual
This manual contains the following sections:
TAB L E 1 MANUAL SUMMARY
Section Summary
Chapter 1, Sub Cell
Statistics
Introduces the detailed information about
counters related to sub cell statistics.
Chapter 2, MS TA
Measurement
Introduces the detailed information about
counters related to MS TA measurement.
Chapter 3, SAPI3
Measurement
Introduces the detailed information about
counters related to SAPI3 measurement.

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Section Summary
Chapter 4, Uplink and
Downlink PACCH
Statistics
Introduces the detailed information about
counters related to uplink and downlink
PACCH statistics.
Chapter 5, Downlink
GPRS data TBF
statistic
Introduces the detailed information about
counters related to downlink GPRS data
TBF statistic.
Chapter 6, Downlink
EGPRS data TBF
statistic
Introduces the detailed information about
counters related to downlink EGPRS data
TBF statistic.
Chapter 7, Uplink GPRS
data TBF statistics
Introduces the detailed information about
counters related to uplink GPRS data TBF
statistics.
Chapter 8, Uplink
EGPRS data TBF
statistics
Introduces the detailed information about
counters related to uplink EGPRS data TBF
statistics.
Chapter 9, BSSGP Flow
Statistic
Introduces the detailed information about
counters related to BSSGP flow statistic.
Chapter 10, TRX
Measurement
Introduces the detailed information about
counters related to TRX measurement.
Appendix A,
Abbreviations
Lists all the abbreviations used in this
manual.
Appendix B, Figures
and Tables
Lists all the figures and tables used in this
manual.
Index Index of terms and definitions appeared in
this manual.
Related Documentation
The following documentation is related to this manual:
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Documentation
Guide
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Technical
Manual
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Hardware
Manual
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Installation
Manual
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Performance
Counters Manual Volume I
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Performance
Counters Manual Volume II


About This Manual

Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION iii
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Performance
Counters Manual Volume IV
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Performance
Counters Manual Volume V
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller KPI Reference
Manual
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Maintenance
Manual (Routine Maintenance)
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Maintenance
Manual (Troubleshooting)
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Maintenance
Manual (Emergency Maintenance)
ZXG10 BSS (V6.20) Base Station Subsystem Alarm Handling
Manual
ZXG10 BSS (V6.20) Base Station Subsystem Notification
Handling Manual
ZXG10 BSS (V6.20) Base Station Subsystem OMM Software
Installation Manual
ZXG10 BSS (V6.20) Base Station Subsystem Configuration
Manual (Initial Configuration Guide)
ZXG10 BSS (V6.20) Base Station Subsystem Configuration
Manual (Feature Configuration Guide)
ZXG10 BSS (V6.20) Base Station Subsystem MML Command
Manual
ZXG10 BSS (V6.20) Base Station Subsystem Radio
Parameters Manual
ZXG10 BSS (V6.20) Base Station Subsystem Operation
Manual (Diagnosis and Test)
ZXG10 BSS (V6.20) Base Station Subsystem Operation
Manual (Signaling Tracing)
Conventions
ZTE documents employ the following typographical conventions.
TAB L E 2 - TYPOGRAPHI CAL CONVENTI ONS
Typeface Meaning
Italics References to other Manuals and documents.
Quotes Links on screens.
Bold Menus, menu options, function names, input
fields, radio button names, check boxes, drop-
down lists, dialog box names, window names.
Typographical
Conventions

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Typeface Meaning
CAPS Keys on the keyboard and buttons on screens
and company name.
Const ant wi dt h
Text that you type, program code, files and
directory names, and function names.
[ ] Optional parameters.
{ } Mandatory parameters.
| Select one of the parameters that are delimited
by it.

Note: Provides additional information about a
certain topic.

Checkpoint: Indicates that a particular step needs
to be checked before proceeding further.

Tip: Indicates a suggestion or hint to make things
easier or more productive for the reader.

TAB L E 3 - MOUSE OPERATI ON CONVENTI ONS
Typeface Meaning
Click Refers to clicking the primary mouse button (usually
the left mouse button) once.
Double-click Refers to quickly clicking the primary mouse button
(usually the left mouse button) twice.
Right-click Refers to clicking the secondary mouse button
(usually the right mouse button) once.
Drag Refers to pressing and holding a mouse button and
moving the mouse.
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If you have problems, questions, comments, or suggestions
regarding your product, contact us by e-mail at
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Mouse
Operation
Conventions
Customer
Support
Documentation
Support

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Declaration of RoHS
Compliance

To minimize the environmental impact and take more
responsibility to the earth we live, this document shall serve as
formal declaration that the ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station
Controller manufactured by ZTE CORPORATION is in compliance
with the Directive 2002/95/EC of the European Parliament -
RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) with respect to the
following substances:
Lead (Pb)
Mercury (Hg)
Cadmium (Cd)
Hexavalent Chromium (Cr (VI))
PolyBrominated Biphenyls (PBBs)
PolyBrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs)
The usage of the above substances in ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) is
explained in the Table 4.
TAB L E 4 USAGE EXPL ANA TI ON OF THE HAZARDOUS SUB STANCES I N ZXG10
I BSC ( V6. 20)
Hazardous substances
Names of Parts
Pb Hg Cd Cr(VI) PBBs PBDEs
System 0 0 0 0 0
Cables and Assembly 0 0 0 0 0 0
Auxiliary Equipment

Table Explanation:
0: The usage of the substance in all of the components is less
than the allowed values given by 2002/95/EC standard.
: The usage of the substance in at least one of the components
is beyond the allowed values given by 2002/95/EC standard.


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The ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller manufactured
by ZTE CORPORATION meet the requirements of EU
2002/95/EC; however, some assemblies are customized to client
specifications. Addition of specialized, customer-specified
materials or processes, which do not meet the requirements of
EU 2002/95 /EC, may negate RoHS compliance of the assembly.
To guarantee compliance of the assembly, the need for
compliant product must be communicated to ZTE CORPORATION
in written form.
This declaration is issued based on our current level of
knowledge. Since conditions of use are outside our control, ZTE
CORPORATION makes no warranties, express or implied, and
assumes no liability in connection with the use of this
information.



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Ch a p t e r 1
Sub Cell Statistics

Task of sub cell statistics is to measure channel and handover
status among sub cells, with focus on traffic sharing condition at
the second sub cell.
This chapter introduces the meaning, usage, and measurement
point of sub cell statistics counter.
Overview
Sub cell statistics counter is used to find out operation status of
the sub cell in radio environment. It focuses on inter-sub-cell
handover and relevant counting at the second sub cell so as to
check traffic absorption condition by the second sub cell.
The measurement takes sub cell as the statistics unit.
Sub Cell Statistics Counter Index
Table 5 lists counters related to sub cell statistics.
TAB L E 5 - SUB CEL L STATI STI CS COUNTERS
Counter ID What It Counts
C901130001 Number of available TCH/Fs in the second sub cell
C901130002
Number of unavailable TCH/Fs in the second sub
cell
C901130003 Number of available TCH/Hs in the second sub cell
C901130004
Number of unavailable TCH/Hs in the second sub
cell
C901130005
Number of handover attempts from the first sub
cell to the second sub cell
C901130006
Number of handover execution from the first sub
cell to the second sub cell

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Counter ID What It Counts
C901130007
Number of handover success from the first sub cell
to the second sub cell
C901130008
Number of handover attempts from the second sub
cell to the first sub cell
C901130009
Number of handover execution from the second
sub cell to the first sub cell
C901130010
Number of handover success from the second sub
cell to the first sub cell
C901130011
Number of handover attempts in the second sub
cell
C901130012
Number of handover execution in the second sub
cell
C901130013 Number of handover success in the second sub cell
C901130014
Number of outgoing inter-cell handover attempts of
the second sub cell
C901130015
Number of outgoing inter-cell handover execution
of the second sub cell
C901130016
Number of outgoing inter-cell handover success of
the second sub cell
C901130017
Handover attempts due to UL receiving strength of
the full rate second sub cell
C901130018
Handover attempts due to DL receiving strength of
the full rate second sub cell
C901130019
Handover attempts due to UL quality of the full rate
second sub cell
C901130020
Handover attempts due to DL quality of the full
rate second sub cell
C901130021
Handover attempts due to PBGT of the full rate
second sub cell
C901130022
Handover attempts due to traffic of the full rate
second sub cell
C901130023
Handover attempts due to UL interference of the
full rate second sub cell (on TCH/F)
C901130024
Handover attempts due to DL interference of the
full rate second sub cell (on TCH/F)
C901130025
Handover attempts due to good CI of the full rate
second sub cell (on TCH/F)
C901130026
Handover attempts due to bad CI of the full rate
second sub cell (on TCH/F)
C901130027
Handover attempts due to path loss and too large
TA of the full rate second sub cell (on TCH/F)
C901130028
Handover attempts due to path loss and too small
TA of the full rate second sub cell (on TCH/F)
C901130029
Number of forced transfer handover attempts of
the full rate second sub cell (on TCH/F)


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Counter ID What It Counts
C901130030
Handover attempts due to other causes of the full
rate second sub cell
C901130031
Handover attempts due to UL receiving strength of
the half rate second sub cell
C901130032
Handover attempts due to DL receiving strength of
the half rate second sub cell
C901130033
Handover attempts due to UL quality of the half
rate second sub cell
C901130034
Handover attempts due to DL quality of the half
rate second sub cell
C901130035
Handover attempts due to PBGT of the half rate
second sub cell
C901130036
Handover attempts due to traffic of the half rate
second sub cell
C901130037
Handover attempts due to UL interference of the
half rate second sub cell
C901130038
Handover attempts due to DL interference of the
half rate second sub cell
C901130039
Handover attempts due to C/I of the half rate
second sub cell
C901130040
Handover attempts due to C/I of the half rate
second sub cell
C901130041
Handover attempts due to path loss and too large
TA of the half rate second sub cell
C901130042
Handover attempts due to path loss and too small
TA of the half rate second sub cell
C901130043
Number of forced transfer handover attempts of
the half rate second sub cell
C901130044
Handover attempts due to other causes of the half
rate second sub cell
C901130045
Number of attempts of TCH/F seizure of the second
sub cell (used for assignment)
C901130046
Number of TCH/F seizure success of the second sub
cell (used for assignment)
C901130047
Number of TCH/F seizure failure of the second sub
cell (used for assignment)
C901130048
Number of attempts of TCH/F seizure of the second
sub cell (used for handover)
C901130049
Number of TCH/F seizure success of the second sub
cell (used for handover)
C901130050
Number of TCH/F seizure failure of the second sub
cell (used for handover)
C901130051
Number of TCH/H seizure attempts of the second
sub cell (used for assignment)
C901130052
Number of TCH/H seizure success of the second

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Counter ID What It Counts
sub cell (used for assignment)
C901130053
Number of TCH/H seizure failure of the second sub
cell (used for assignment)
C901130054
Number of TCH/H seizure attempts of the second
sub cell (used for handover)
C901130055
Number of TCH/H seizure success of the second
sub cell (used for handover)
C901130056
Number of TCH/H seizure failure of the second sub
cell (used for handover)
C901130057 Number of TCH/F call drops in the second sub cell
C901130058 Number of TCH/H call drops in the second sub cell
C901130059 TCH/F busy time in the second sub cell
C901130060 TCH/H busy time in the second sub cell
C901130001
Number of available TCH/Fs in the second sub cell
This counter counts the number of available TCH/F channels in
the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the number of available TCH/F
channels in the second sub cell, to learn the traffic of the second
sub cell.
Call database interface to count promptly.

Times
C901130002
Number of unavailable TCH/Fs in the second sub cell
This counter counts the number of unavailable TCH/F channels
in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the number of available TCH/F
channels in the second sub cell, to learn the traffic of the second
sub cell.
Call database interface to count promptly.

Times
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit


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C901130003
Number of available TCH/Hs in the second sub cell
This counter counts the number of available TCH/H channels in
the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the number of available TCH/H
channels in the second sub cell, to learn the traffic of the second
sub cell.
Call database interface to count promptly.

Times
C901130004
Number of unavailable TCH/Hs in the second sub cell
This counter counts the number of unavailable TCH/H channels
in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the number of available TCH/H
channels in the second sub cell, to learn the traffic of the second
sub cell.
Call database interface to count promptly.

Times
C901130005
Number of handover attempts from the first sub cell to the
second sub cell
This counter counts the number of intra-cell handover attempts
from the first sub cell to the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of intra-cell
handover attempts from the first sub cell to the second sub cell,
as one of the parameters to measure radio environment.
When BSC receives measurement reports from MS, it makes
handover decision. If it is decided to do intra-cell handover, and
current sub cell is the first sub cell, and if handover reason is
too small Ta&PassLoss or too large C/I, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 1.
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point

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FI GURE 1 I NTRA- CEL L HA NDOVER ATTEMPT

Times
C901130006
Number of handover execution from the first sub cell to the
second sub cell
This counter counts the number of intra-cell handover execution
from the first sub cell to the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of intra-cell
handover execution from the first sub cell to the second sub cell,
as one of the parameters to measure radio environment.
During inter-sub-cell handover within a cell, this counter
increments when following conditions are met:
The channel of target sub cell is successfully activated,
Current channel is in the second sub cell, and
Source channel is in the first sub cell.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 2.
FI GURE 2 I NTRA- CEL L I NCOMI NG HANDOVER

Times
C901130007
Number of handover success from the first sub cell to the second
sub cell
This counter counts the number of intra-cell handover success
from the first sub cell to the second sub cell.
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description


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This counter is used to find out the frequency of intra-cell
handover success from the first sub cell to the second sub cell,
as one of the parameters to measure radio environment.
During inter-sub-cell handover within a cell, target sub cell will
receive handover completion message, indicating that MS
successfully accesses to new channel. If target channel is in the
second sub cell, and source channel is in the first sub cell, this
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 3.
FI GURE 3 SUCCESSFUL I NTRA- CEL L HA NDOVER
A
BSC BTS
ASSIGN_COM

Times
C901130008
Number of handover attempts from the second sub cell to the
first sub cell
This counter counts the number of intra-cell handover attempts
from the second sub cell to the first sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of intra-cell
handover attempts from the second sub cell to the first sub cell,
as one of the parameters to measure radio environment.
When BSC receives measurement reports from MS, it makes
handover decision. If it is decided to do intra-cell handover, and
current sub cell is the second sub cell, and if handover reason is
too small Ta&PassLoss or too large C/I, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 1.
Times
C901130009
Number of handover execution from the second sub cell to the
first sub cell
This counter counts the number of intra-cell handover execution
from the second sub cell to the first sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of intra-cell
handover execution from the second sub cell to the first sub cell,
as one of the parameters to measure radio environment.
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage

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During inter-sub-cell handover within a cell, this counter increments when
following conditions are met:
The channel of target sub cell is successfully activated,
Current channel is in the first sub cell, and
Source channel is in the second sub cell.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 2.
Times
C901130010
Number of handover success from the second sub cell to the first
sub cell
This counter counts the number of intra-cell successful handover
from the second sub cell to the first sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of intra-cell
handover ins success from the second sub cell to the first sub
cell, as one of the parameters to measure radio environment.
During inter-sub-cell handover within a cell, this counter
increments when following conditions are met:
Target sub cell receives handover completion message,
Target channel is in the first sub cell, and
Source channel is in the second sub cell.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 3.
Times
C901130011
Number of handover attempts in the second sub cell
This counter counts the number of intra-cell handover attempts
within the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of intra-cell
handover attempts within the second sub cell, as one of the
parameters to measure radio environment.
When BSC receives measurement reports from MS, it makes
handover decision. If it is decided to do intra-cell handover, and
current sub cell is the second sub cell, and if handover reason is
interference handover, this counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 1.
Times
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit


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C901130012
Number of handover execution in the second sub cell
This counter counts the number of intra-cell handover execution
within the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of intra-cell
handover execution within the second sub cell, as one of the
parameters to measure radio environment.
During inter-sub-cell handover within a cell, this counter
increments when following conditions are met:
The channel of target sub cell is successfully activated,
Current channel is in the first sub cell, and
Source channel is in the second sub cell.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 2.
Times
C901130013
Number of handover success in the second sub cell
This counter counts the number of intra-cell handover ins
success within the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of successful
handover from the second sub cell to the second sub cell, as one
of the parameters to measure radio environment.
During inter-sub-cell handover within a cell, this counter
increments when following conditions are met:
Target sub cell receives handover completion message,
Target channel is in the second sub cell, and
Source channel is in the first sub cells.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 3.
Times
C901130014
Number of outgoing inter-cell handover attempts of the second
sub cell
This counter counts the number of inter-cell handover attempts
originated from the second sub cell.
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage

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This counter is used to find out the frequency of inter-cell
handover attempts originated from the second sub cell, as one
of the parameters to measure radio environment.
When BSC receives measurement reports from MS, it makes
handover decision. If it is decided to do inter-cell handover, and
source cell is the second sub cell, this counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 1.
Times
C901130015
Number of outgoing inter-cell handover execution of the second
sub cell
This counter counts the number of inter-cell handover execution
originated from the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of inter-cell
handover execution originated from the second sub cell, as one
of the parameters to measure radio environment.
During inter-cell handover, when source sub cell receives
available resource messages, and source sub cell is the second
sub cell, this counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 4.
FI GURE 4 - I NTER- CEL L HANDOVER EXECUTI ON
A
BSC BTS(Source) BTS(Target)
HO_CMD
CHANNEL ACTIVE ACK


Times
C901130016
Number of outgoing inter-cell handover success of the second
sub cell
This counter counts the Number of handover success inter-cell
originated from the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of inter-cell
successful handover originated from the second sub cell, as one
of the parameters to measure radio environment.
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage


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During inter-sub-cell handover within a cell, source instance
receives the handover completion message returned from target
instance, indicating the MS has accessed to target channel. If
source sub cell is the second sub cell, this counter increments.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 5.
FI GURE 5 SUCCESSFUL I NTRA- CEL L HA NDOVER

Times
C901130017
Handover attempts due to UL receiving strength of the full rate
second sub cell
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by too low UL receiving strength and originated from full rate
channel in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by UL receiving strength and originated from
full rate channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references
for radio environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made,
Handover is caused by UL strength,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is full rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
FI GURE 6 - HANDOVER DECI SI ON

Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point

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Times
C901130018
Handover attempts due to DL receiving strength of the full rate
second sub cell
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by too low DL receiving strength and originated from full rate
channel in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by DL receiving strength and originated from
full rate channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references
for radio environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by DL strength,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is full rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
C901130019
Handover attempts due to UL quality of the full rate second sub
cell
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by too poor UL quality and originated from full rate channel in
the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by UL quality and originated from full rate
channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references for radio
environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made,
Handover is caused by UL quality,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point


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Current channel is full rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
C901130020
Handover attempts due to DL quality of the full rate second sub
cell
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by too poor DL quality and originated from full rate channel in
the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by DL quality and originated from full rate
channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references for radio
environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by DL quality,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is full rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
C901130021
Handover attempts due to PBGT of the full rate second sub cell
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by PBGT and originated from full rate channel in the second sub
cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by PBGT and originated from full rate channel
in the second sub cell, as one of the references for radio
environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by PBGT,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point

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Current channel is full rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
C901130022
Handover attempts due to traffic of the full rate second sub cell
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by traffic and originated from full rate channel in the second sub
cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by traffic and originated from full rate channel
in the second sub cell, as one of the references for radio
environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by traffic,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is full rate one, this counter increments.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
C901130023
Handover attempts due to UL interference of the full rate second
sub cell (on TCH/F)
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by UL interference and originated from full rate channel in the
second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by UL interference and originated from full rate
channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references for radio
environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by UL interference,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point


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Current channel is full rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times

C901130024
Handover attempts due to DL interference of the full rate second
sub cell (on TCH/F)
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by DL interference and originated from full rate channel in the
second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by DL interference and originated from full
rate channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references for
radio environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by DL interference,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is full rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times

C901130025
Handover attempts due to good CI of the full rate second sub
cell (on TCH/F)
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by too good C/I and originated from full rate channel in the
second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by too good C/I and originated from full rate
channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references for radio
environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point

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Decision is made
Handover is caused by too good C/I,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is full rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
C901130026
Handover attempts due to bad CI of the full rate second sub cell
(on TCH/F)
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by too bad C/I and originated from full rate channel in the
second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by too bad C/I and originated from full rate
channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references for radio
environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by too bad C/I,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is full rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times

C901130027
Handover attempts due to path loss and too large TA of the full
rate second sub cell (on TCH/F)
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by too large path loss and TA and originated from full rate
channel in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by too large path loss and TA and originated
from full rate channel in the second sub cell, as one of the
references for radio environment in the second sub cell.
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Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by too large path loss and TA,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is full rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
C901130028
Handover attempts due to path loss and too small TA of the full
rate second sub cell (on TCH/F)
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by too small path loss and TA and originated from full rate
channel in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by too small path loss and TA and originated
from full rate channel in the second sub cell, as one of the
references for radio environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by too small path loss and TA,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is full rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
C901130029
Number of forced transfer handover attempts of the full rate
second sub cell (on TCH/F)
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by forced transfer handover and originated from full rate channel
in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by forced transfer handover and originated
Measurement
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from full rate channel in the second sub cell, as one of the
references for radio environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by forced transfer,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is full rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
C901130030
Handover attempts due to other causes of the full rate second
sub cell
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by other causes and originated from full rate channel in the
second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by other causes and originated from full rate
channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references for radio
environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by other reasons,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is full rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
C901130031
Handover attempts due to UL receiving strength of the half rate
second sub cell
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by too low UL receiving strength and originated from half rate
channel in the second sub cell.
Measurement
Point
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This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by UL receiving strength and originated from
half rate channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references
for radio environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by UL strength,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is half rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
C901130032
Handover attempts due to DL receiving strength of the half rate
second sub cell
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by too low DL receiving strength and originated from half rate
channel in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by DL receiving strength and originated from
half rate channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references
for radio environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by DL strength,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is half rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
C901130033
Handover attempts due to UL quality of the half rate second sub
cell
Measurement
Point
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Description
Usage
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This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by too poor UL quality and originated from half full rate channel
in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by UL quality and originated from half rate
channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references for radio
environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by UL quality,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is half rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
C901130034
Handover attempts due to DL quality of the half rate second sub
cell
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by too poor DL quality and originated from half rate channel in
the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by DL quality and originated from full rate
channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references for radio
environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by DL quality,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is half rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
C901130035
Handover attempts due to PBGT of the half rate second sub cell
Usage
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This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by PBGT and originated from half rate channel in the second sub
cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by PBGT and originated from half rate channel
in the second sub cell, as one of the references for radio
environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by PBGT,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is half rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
C901130036
Handover attempts due to traffic of the half rate second sub cell
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by traffic and originated from half rate channel in the second sub
cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by traffic and originated from half rate channel
in the second sub cell, as one of the references for radio
environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by traffic,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is half rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
C901130037
Handover attempts due to UL interference of the half rate
second sub cell (on TCH/F)
Description
Usage
Measurement
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This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by UL interference and originated from half rate channel in the
second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by UL interference and originated from half
rate channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references for
radio environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by UL interference,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is half rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
C901130038
Handover attempts due to DL interference of the half rate
second sub cell (on TCH/F)
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by DL interference and originated from half rate channel in the
second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by DL interference and originated from half
rate channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references for
radio environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by DL interference,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is half rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
C901130039
Description
Usage
Measurement
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Handover attempts due to CI of the half rate second sub cell (on
TCH/F)
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by too good C/I and originated from half rate channel in the
second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by too good C/I and originated from half rate
channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references for radio
environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by too good C/I,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is half rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
C901130040
Handover attempts due to CI of the half rate second sub cell (on
TCH/F)
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by too bad C/I and originated from half rate channel in the
second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by too bad C/I and originated from half rate
channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references for radio
environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by too bad C/I,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is half rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
Description
Usage
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C901130041
Handover attempts due to path loss and too large TA of the half
rate second sub cell (on TCH/F)
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by too large path loss and TA and originated from half rate
channel in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by too large path loss and TA and originated
from half rate channel in the second sub cell, as one of the
references for radio environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by too large path loss and TA,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is half rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
C901130042
Handover attempts due to path loss and too small TA of the half
rate second sub cell (on TCH/F)
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by too small path loss and TA and originated from half rate
channel in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by too small path loss and TA and originated
from half rate channel in the second sub cell, as one of the
references for radio environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by too small path loss and TA,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is half rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
Definition
Description
Usage
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C901130043
Number of forced transfer handover attempts of the half rate
second sub cell (on TCH/F)
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by forced transfer handover and originated from half rate
channel in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by forced transfer handover and originated
from half rate channel in the second sub cell, as one of the
references for radio environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by forced transfer,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is half rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
C901130044
Handover attempts due to other causes of the half rate second
sub cell
This counter counts the number of handover attempts, caused
by other causes and originated from half rate channel in the
second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of handover
attempts, caused by other causes and originated from half rate
channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references for radio
environment in the second sub cell.
Make handover decision after BSC receives measurement
reports. This counter increments when following conditions are
met:
Decision is made
Handover is caused by other reasons,
Source sub cell is the second sub cell, and
Current channel is half rate one.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 6.
Times
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
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Unit
Definition
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C901130045
Number of attempts of TCH/F seizure of the second sub cell
(used for assignment)
This counter counts the number of seizure attempts in TCH/F
channel in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of seizure
attempts in TCH/F channel in the second sub cell, as one of the
references for radio environment in the second sub cell.
Measurement points of this counter include two types.
When successfully applying for channel, if channel type is
TCH/F, and application reason is assignment, this counter
increments. Successful application includes:
Successful resource application;
Resource acquisition by queuing, seizure, or dynamic channel
conversion.
When channel application is failed, if channel type is TCH/F,
and application reason is assignment, this counter
increments. Failure reasons of application channel include:
Receive release command while waiting for resource state;
Failed to configure instance number while seizing channel;
Timeout while queuing or seizure, or waiting for resource
timer;
No available radio resource.
Times
C901130046
Number of TCH/F seizure success of the second sub cell (used
for assignment)
This counter counts the number of successful seizure in TCH/F
channel in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of successful
seizure in TCH/F channel in the second sub cell, as one of the
references for radio environment in the second sub cell.
This counter increments when following conditions are met:
Successfully applying for channel
Channel type is TCH/F
Application reason is assignment
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Successful application includes: successful resource application;
resource acquisition by queuing, seizure, or dynamic channel
conversion.
Times
C901130047
Number of TCH/F seizure failure of the second sub cell (used for
assignment)
This counter counts the number of seizure failure in TCH/F
channel in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of seizure failure
in TCH/F channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references
for radio environment in the second sub cell.
When channel application is failed, if channel type is TCH/F, and
application reason is assignment, this counter increments.
Failure reasons of application channel include:
Receive release command while waiting for resource state;
Failed to configure instance number while seizing channel;
Timeout while queuing or seizure, or waiting for resource
timer;
No available radio resource.
Times
C901130048
Number of attempts of TCH/F seizure of the second sub cell
(used for handover)
This counter counts the number of seizure attempts in TCH/F
channel in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of seizure
attempts in TCH/F channel in the second sub cell, as one of the
references for radio environment in the second sub cell.
Measurement points of this counter include two types.
When channel is successfully applied, if channel type is TCH/F,
and application reason is handover, this counter increments.
Successful application includes: successful resource application;
resource acquisition by queuing, seizure, or dynamic channel
conversion.
When channel application is failed, if channel type is TCH/F, and
application reason is handover, this counter increments. Failure
reasons of application channel include:
Unit
Definition
Description
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Receive release command while waiting for resource state;
Failed to configure instance number while seizing channel;
Timeout while queuing or seizure, or waiting for resource
timer;
No available radio resource.
Times
C901130049
Number of TCH/F seizure success of the second sub cell (used
for handover)
This counter counts the number of successful seizure in TCH/F
channel in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of successful
seizure in TCH/F channel in the second sub cell, as one of the
references for radio environment in the second sub cell.
This counter increments when following conditions are met:
Channel is successfully applied,
Channel type is TCH/F, and
Application reason is handover.
Successful application includes: successful resource application;
resource acquisition by queuing, seizure, or dynamic channel
conversion.
Times
C901130050
Number of TCH/F seizure failure of the second sub cell (used for
handover)
This counter counts the number of seizure failure in TCH/F
channel in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of seizure failure
in TCH/F channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references
for radio environment in the second sub cell.
When channel application is failed, if channel type is TCH/F, and
application reason is handover, this counter increments. Failure
reasons of application channel include:
Receive release command while waiting for resource state;
Failed to configure instance number while seizing channel;
Timeout while queuing or seizure, or waiting for resource
timer;
Unit
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Description
Usage
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No available radio resource.
Times
C901130051
Number of TCH/H seizure attempts of the second sub cell (used
for assignment)
This counter counts the number of seizure attempts in TCH/H
channel in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of seizure
attempts in TCH/H channel in the second sub cell, as one of the
references for radio environment in the second sub cell.
Measurement points of this counter include two types.
When channel is successfully applied, if channel type is
TCH/H, and application reason is assignment, this counter
increments. Successful application includes: successful
resource application; resource acquisition by queuing,
seizure, or dynamic channel conversion.
When channel application is failed, if channel type is TCH/H,
and application reason is assignment, this counter
increments. Failure reasons of application channel include:
Receive release command while waiting for resource state;
Failed to configure instance number while seizing channel;
Timeout while queuing or seizure, or waiting for resource
timer;
No available radio resource.
Times
C901130052
Number of TCH/H seizure success of the second sub cell (used
for assignment)
This counter counts the number of successful seizure in TCH/H
channel in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of successful
seizure in TCH/H channel in the second sub cell, as one of the
references for radio environment in the second sub cell.
When successfully applying for channel, if channel type is TCH/H,
and application reason is assignment, this counter increments.
Successful application includes: successful resource application;
resource acquisition by queuing, seizure, or dynamic channel
conversion.
Unit
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Description
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Times
C901130053
Number of TCH/H seizure failure of the second sub cell (used for
assignment)
This counter counts the number of seizure failure in TCH/H
channel in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of seizure failure
in TCH/H channel in the second sub cell, as one of the
references for radio environment in the second sub cell.
When channel application is failed, if channel type is TCH/H, and
application reason is assignment, this counter increments.
Failure reasons of application channel include:
Receive release command while waiting for resource state;
Failed to configure instance number while seizing channel;
Timeout while queuing or seizure, or waiting for resource
timer;
No available radio resource.
Times
C901130054
Number of TCH/H seizure attempts of the second sub cell (used
for handover)
This counter counts the number of seizure attempts in TCH/H
channel in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of seizure
attempts in TCH/H channel in the second sub cell, as one of the
references for radio environment in the second sub cell.
Measurement points of this counter include two types.
When channel is successfully applied, if channel type is
TCH/H, and application reason is handover, this counter
increments. Successful application includes: successful
resource application; resource acquisition by queuing,
seizure, or dynamic channel conversion.
When channel application is failed, if channel type is TCH/H,
and application reason is handover, this counter increments.
Failure reasons of application channel include:
Receive release command while waiting for resource state;
Failed to configure instance number while seizing channel;
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
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Timeout while queuing or seizure, or waiting for resource
timer;
No available radio resource.
Times
C901130055
Number of TCH/H seizure success of the second sub cell (used
for handover)
This counter counts the number of successful seizure in TCH/H
channel in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of successful
seizure in TCH/H channel in the second sub cell, as one of the
references for radio environment in the second sub cell.
When channel is successfully applied, if channel type is TCH/H,
and application reason is handover, this counter increments.
Successful application includes: successful resource application;
resource acquisition by queuing, seizure, or dynamic channel
conversion.
Times
C901130056
Number of TCH/H seizure failure of the second sub cell (used for
handover)
This counter counts the number of seizure failure in TCH/H
channel in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of seizure failure
in TCH/H channel in the second sub cell, as one of the
references for radio environment in the second sub cell.
When channel application is failed, if channel type is TCH/H and
application reason is handover, this counter increments. Failure
reasons of application channel include:
Receive release command while waiting for resource state;
Failed to configure instance number while seizing channel;
Timeout while queuing or seizure, or waiting for resource
timer;
No available radio resource.
Times
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
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C901130057
Number of TCH/F call drops in the second sub cell
This counter counts the number of call drops in TCH/F channel in
the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of call drops in
TCH/F channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references
for radio environment in the second sub cell.
During call drops, if current channel is TCH/F, this counter
increments. Call drops include following cases:
After handover and deliver assignment command in cell, call
drops occur due to 3107 timer timeout;
After inter-cell handover delivers handover command, call
drops occur due to 3103 timer timeout;
After handover and deliver external handover command, call
drops occur due to outgoing protection timer timeout; and
BSC receives radio link failure message.
Times
C901130058
Number of TCH/H call drops in the second sub cell
This counter counts the number of call drops in TCH/H channel
in the second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of call drops in
TCH/H channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references
for radio environment in the second sub cell.
During call drops, if current channel is TCH/H, this counter
increments. Call drops include following cases:
After handover and deliver assignment command in cell, call
drops occur due to 3107 timer timeout;
After inter-cell handover delivers handover command, call
drops occur due to 3103 timer timeout;
After handover and deliver external handover command, call
drops occur due to outgoing protection timer timeout;
BSC receives radio link failure message.
Times
Definition
Description
Usage
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Point
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C901130059
TCH/F busy time in the second sub cell
This counter counts the seizure time in TCH/F channel in the
second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the seizure time in TCH/F
channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references for
traffic condition in the second sub cell.
This counter will count at following two cases:
When seize or release TCH/F channel within a cell. Seizure
channel means successful application of radio resource for
database. Channel release means two cases: instance
release caused by different reasons and release while waiting
resource timer timeout.
When promptly report measurement data.
Second
C901130060
TCH/H busy time in the second sub cell
This counter counts the seizure time in TCH/H channel in the
second sub cell.
This counter is used to find out the seizure time in TCH/H
channel in the second sub cell, as one of the references for
traffic condition in the second sub cell.
This counter will count at following two cases:
When seize or release TCH/F channel within a cell. Seizure
channel means successful application of radio resource for
database. Channel release means two cases: instance
release caused by different reasons and release while waiting
resource timer timeout.
When promptly report measurement data.
Second
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
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Ch a p t e r 2
MS TA Measurement
This chapter contains detailed information about counters
related to MS TA measurement.
Overview
MS TA counters are used to check the value of TA in MS
measurement reports. TA can reflect the relative location of MS
in the cell. If most of the TAs are in very high level, network
planning should be remade, such as, increasing the site density.
The measurement takes cell as the statistics unit.
MS TA Measurement Counter Index
Table 6 lists counters related to MS TA measurement.
TAB L E 6 - MS TA MEASUREMENT COUNTERS
Count ID What It Counts
C901140001 Number of TA=0
C901140002 Number of 0<TA<=2
C901140003 Number of 2<TA<=4
C901140004 Number of 4<TA<=6
C901140005 Number of 6<TA<=8
C901140006 Number of 8<TA<=10
C901140007 Number of 10<TA<=12
C901140008 Number of 12<TA<=14
C901140009 Number of 14<TA<=16
C901140010 Number of 16<TA<=18
C901140011 Number of 18<TA<=20
C901140012 Number of 20<TA<=22
C901060013 Number of 22<TA<=24

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Count ID What It Counts
C901140014 Number of 24<TA<=26
C901140015 Number of 26<TA<=28
C901140016 Number of 28<TA<=30
C901140017 Number of 30<TA<=32
C901140018 Number of 32<TA<=34
C901140019 Number of 34<TA<=36
C901140020 Number of 36<TA<=38
C901140021 Number of 38<TA<=40
C901140022 Number of 40<TA<=42
C901140023 Number of 42<TA<=44
C901140024 Number of 44<TA<=46
C901140025 Number of 46<TA<=48
C901140026 Number of 48<TA<=50
C901140027 Number of 50<TA<=52
C901140028 Number of 52<TA<=54
C901140029 Number of 54<TA<=56
C901140030 Number of 56<TA<=58
C901140031 Number of 58<TA<=60
C901140032 Number of 60<TA<=63
C901140033 Number of TA>63
C901140001
Number of TA=0.
This counter counts the number of times of TA=0 in the MS
measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of TA=0 in the MS
measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters that are
used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with TA=0. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 7.
Definition
Description
Usage
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FI GURE 7 MS MEASUREMENT REPORT
MS
A
BSC
MEAS RES
MEAS REP
BTS

Times
C901140002
Number of 0<TA<=2.
This counter counts the number of times of 0<TA<=2 in the MS
measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 0<TA<=2 in the
MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters that
are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 0<TA<=2. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140003
Number of 2<TA<=4.
This counter counts the number of times of 2<TA<=4 in the MS
measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 2<TA<=4 in the
MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters that
are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 2<TA<=4. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140004
Number of 4<TA<=6.
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
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Unit
Definition
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This counter counts the number of times of 4<TA<=6 in the MS
measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 4<TA<=6 in the
MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters that
are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 4<TA<=6. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140005
Number of 6<TA<=8.
This counter counts the number of times of 6<TA<=8 in the MS
measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 6<TA<=8 in the
MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters that
are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 6<TA<=8. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140006
Number of 8<TA<=10.
This counter counts the number of times of 8<TA<=10 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 8<TA<=10 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 8<TA<=10. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140007
Number of 10<TA<=12.
This counter counts the number of times of 10<TA<=12 in the
MS measurement reports.
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
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This counter is used to find out the frequency of 10<TA<=12 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 10<TA<=12. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140008
Number of 12<TA<=14.
This counter counts the number of times of 12<TA<=14 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 12<TA<=14 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 12<TA<=14. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140009
Number of 14<TA<=16.
This counter counts the number of times of 14<TA<=16 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 14<TA<=16 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 14<TA<=16. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140010
Number of 16<TA<=18.
This counter counts the number of times of 16<TA<=18 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 16<TA<=18 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
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Unit
Definition
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Usage

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This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 16<TA<=18. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140011
Number of 18<TA<=20.
This counter counts the number of times of 18<TA<=20 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 18<TA<=20 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 18<TA<=20. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140012
Number of 20<TA<=22.
This counter counts the number of times of 20<TA<=22 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 20<TA<=22 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 20<TA<=22. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140013
Number of 22<TA<=24.
This counter counts the number of times of 22<TA<=24 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 22<TA<=24 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 22<TA<=24. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
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Times
C901140014
Number of 24<TA<=26.
This counter counts the number of times of 24<TA<=26 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 24<TA<=26 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 24<TA<=26. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140015
Number of 26<TA<=28.
This counter counts the number of times of 26<TA<=28 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 26<TA<=28 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 26<TA<=28. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140016
Number of 28<TA<=30.
This counter counts the number of times of 28<TA<=30 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 28<TA<=30 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 28<TA<=30. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
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Unit
Definition
Description
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C901140017
Number of 30<TA<=32.
This counter counts the number of times of 30<TA<=32 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 30<TA<=32 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 30<TA<=32. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140018
Number of 32<TA<=34.
This counter counts the number of times of 32<TA<=34 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 32<TA<=34 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 32<TA<=34. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140019
Number of 34<TA<=36.
This counter counts the number of times of 34<TA<=36 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 34<TA<=36 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 34<TA<=36. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
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Unit
Definition
Description
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C901140020
Number of 36<TA<=38.
This counter counts the number of times of 36<TA<=38 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 36<TA<=38 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 36<TA<=38. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140021
Number of 38<TA<=40.
This counter counts the number of times of 38<TA<=40 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 38<TA<=40 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 38<TA<=40. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140022
Number of 40<TA<=42.
This counter counts the number of times of 40<TA<=42 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 40<TA<=42 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 40<TA<=42. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
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Definition
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C901140023
Number of 42<TA<=44.
This counter counts the number of times of 42<TA<=44 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 42<TA<=44 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 42<TA<=44. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140024
Number of 44<TA<=46.
This counter counts the number of times of 44<TA<=46 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 44<TA<=46 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 44<TA<=46. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140025
Number of 46<TA<=48.
This counter counts the number of times of 46<TA<=48 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 46<TA<=48 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 46<TA<=48. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
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C901140026
Number of 48<TA<=50.
This counter counts the number of times of 48<TA<=50 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 48<TA<=50 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 48<TA<=50. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140027
Number of 50<TA<=52.
This counter counts the number of times of 50<TA<=52 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 50<TA<=52 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 50<TA<=52. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140028
Number of 52<TA<=54.
This counter counts the number of times of 52<TA<=54 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 52<TA<=54 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 52<TA<=54. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
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Unit
Definition
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C901140029
Number of 54<TA<=56.
This counter counts the number of times of 54<TA<=56 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 54<TA<=56 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 54<TA<=56. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140030
Number of 56<TA<=58.
This counter counts the number of times of 56<TA<=58 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 56<TA<=58 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 56<TA<=58. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140031
Number of 58<TA<=60.
This counter counts the number of times of 58<TA<=60 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 58<TA<=60 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 58<TA<=60. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
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Definition
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C901140032
Number of 60<TA<=63.
This counter counts the number of times of 60<TA<=63 in the
MS measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of 60<TA<=63 in
the MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters
that are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with 60<TA<=63. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 7.
Times
C901140033
Number of TA>63.
This counter counts the number of times of TA>63 in the MS
measurement reports.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of TA>63 in the
MS measurement reports. It can be one of the parameters that
are used to evaluate the cell radio environment.
This counter increments when BSC receives the MS
measurement report with TA>63. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 7.
Times

Definition
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Ch a p t e r 3
SAPI3 Measurement
This chapter contains detailed information about counters
related to SAPI3 measurement.
Overview
MO-SM is short message of mobile originating call; MT-SM is
short messages of mobile terminating call. In conversation
status, the MS can receive point-to-point message so the mobile
caller maybe the other side of receiving short message at one
time. On the wireless side, short message could be transmitted
by the following five channels: SACCH/F, SACCH/H, SDCCH,
FACCHF and FACCHH. So far the statistics counting has been
realized by the channel of SACCH/F, SACCH/H and SDCCH.
The measurement takes cell as the statistics unit.
SAPI3 Measurement Counter Index
Table 7 lists counters related to SAPI3 measurement.
TAB L E 7 - SAPI 3 MEASUREMENT COUNTERS
Count ID What It Counts
C901150001
Number of SAPI3 link establishments on SACCH/F
(MO-SM)
C901150002
Number of SAPI3 link establishments on SACCH/H
(MO-SM)
C901150004
Number of SAPI3 link establishments on FACCH/F
(MO-SM)
C901150005
Number of SAPI3 link establishments on FACCH/H
(MO-SM)
C901150006
Number of SAPI3 link establishment requests on
SACCH/F (MT-SM)
C901150007
Number of SAPI3 link establishment requests on
SACCH/H (MT-SM)

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Count ID What It Counts
C901150009
Number of SAPI3 link establishment requests on
FACCH/F (MT-SM)
C901150010
Number of SAPI3 link establishment requests on
FACCH/H (MT-SM)
C901150011
Number of successful SAPI3 link establishments on
SACCH/F (MT-SM)
C901150012
Number of successful SAPI3 link establishments on
SACCH/H (MT-SM)
C901150014
Number of successful SAPI3 link establishments on
FACCH/F (MT-SM)
C901150015
Number of successful SAPI3 link establishments on
FACCH/H (MT-SM)
C901150016
Number of DTAP messages used as SDCCH UL
point-to-point short messages (SMs)
C901150017
Number of DTAP messages used as SDCCH DL
point-to-point short messages (SMs)
C901150018
Number of DTAP messages on FACCH/F UL for
point-to-point short messages
C901150019
Number of DTAP messages on FACCH/F DL for
point-to-point short messages
C901150020
Number of DTAP messages on FACCH/H UL for
point-to-point short messages
C901150021
Number of DTAP messages on FACCH/H DL for
point-to-point short messages
C901150022
Number of DTAP messages on SACCH/F DL for
point-to-point short messages
C901150023
Number of DTAP messages on SACCH/F DL for
point-to-point short messages
C901150024
Number of DTAP messages on SACCH/H UL for
point-to-point short messages
C901150025
Number of DTAP messages on SACCH/H DL for
point-to-point short messages
C901150001
Number of SAPI3 link establishments on SACCH/F (MO-SM)
This counter counts the number of short message link
establishment of mobile originating call via SACCH/F. On
SDCCH/F, BSC receives EST_IND message sent by BTS. If the
layer 3 information in this message is SAPI=3, the counter
increments.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of SAPI3 link
establishments on SACCH/F.
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This counter counts the number of BSC receiving EST_IND
message sent by BTS with SAPI=3. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 8.
FI GURE 8 - FL OW OF MO SHORT MESSAGES DURI NG CONVERSATI ON
MS BTS BSC MSC
ActiveCall
SABM(SAPI=3)
Est Ind (SAPI=3)
UA
CP_DATA(RP_ DATA)
CP_ACK
CP_ACK
CP_DATA(RP_ACK)
To SC
FromSC
CM Ser Req
CM Ser Accept
ActiveCall
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5

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C901150002
Number of SAPI3 link establishments on SACCH/H (MO-SM)
This counter counts the number of short message link
establishment of mobile originating call via SACCH/H. On
SDCCH/H, BSC receives EST_IND message sent by BTS. If the
layer 3 information in this message is SAPI=3, the counter
increments.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of SAPI3 link
establishments on SACCH/H.
This counter counts the number of BSC receiving EST_IND
message with SAPI=3. The measurement point is A1, as shown
in Figure 8.
Times
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
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C901150004
Number of SAPI3 link establishments on FACCH/F (MO-SM)
This counter counts the number of short message link
establishment of mobile originating call via FACCH/F. On
FACCH/F, BSC receives EST_IND message sent by BTS. If the
layer 3 information in this message is SAPI=3, the counter
increments.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of SAPI3 link
establishments on FACCH/F.
This counter is not realized at present in the system.

Times
C901150005
Number of SAPI3 link establishments on FACCH/H (MO-SM)
This counter counts the number of short message link
establishment of mobile originating call via FACCH/H. On
FACCH/H, BSC receives EST_IND message sent by BTS. If the
layer 3 information in this message is SAPI=3, the counter
increments.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of SAPI3 link
establishments on FACCH/H.
This counter is not realized at present in the system.

Times
C901150006
Number of SAPI3 link establishment requests on SACCH/F (MT-
SM)
This counter counts the number of short message link
establishment of mobile originating call via SACCH/F. On
SACCH/F, if BSC receives DTAP_IND message sent by MSC with
SAPI=3 while the short message link between BSC and MS is not
established, BSC initiates link establishment flow and the
counter increments.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of SAPI3 link
establishment requests on SACCH/F.
This counter counts the number of BSC sending EST_REQ
message to BTS with SAPI=3 while the short message link
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
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Unit
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between BSC and MS is not established. The measurement point
is C1, as shown in Figure 9.
FI GURE 9 - FL OW OF MT SHORT MESSAGE DURI NG CONVERSATI ON

Times
C901150007
Number of SAPI3 link establishment requests on SACCH/H (MT-
SM)
This counter counts the number of short message link establishment of
mobile terminating call via SACCH/H. On SACCH/H, if BSC receives
DTAP_IND message sent by MSC with SAPI=3 while the short
message link between BSC and MS is not established, BSC initiates
link establishment flow and the counter increments.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of SAPI3 link
establishment requests on SACCH/H.
This counter counts the number of BSC sending EST_REQ
message to BTS with SAPI=3 while the short message link
between BSC and MS is not established. The measurement point
is C1, as shown in Figure 9.
Times
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit

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C901150009
Number of SAPI3 link establishment requests on FACCH/F (MT-
SM)
This counter counts the number of short message link
establishment of mobile terminating call via FACCH/F. On
FACCH/F, if BSC receives DTAP_IND message sent by MSC with
SAPI=3 while the short message link between BSC and MS is not
established, BSC initiates link establishment flow and the
counter increments.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of SAPI3 link
establishment requests on FACCH/F.
This counter is not realized at present in the system.

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C901150010
Number of SAPI3 link establishment requests on FACCH/H (MT-
SM)
This counter counts the number of short message link
establishment of mobile terminating call via FACCH/H. On
FACCH/H, if BSC receives DTAP_IND message sent by MSC with
SAPI=3 while the short message link between BSC and MS is not
established, BSC initiates link establishment flow and the
counter increments.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of SAPI 3 link
establishment requests on FACCH/H.
This counter is not realized at present in the system.

Times
C901150011
Number of successful SAPI3 link establishments on SACCH/F
(MT-SM)
This counter counts the number of successful short message link
establishment of mobile terminating call via SACCH/F. On
SACCH/F, if BSC receives EST_CONF message sent by BTS after
it initiates short message link establishment flow, this link
establishment succeeds, and the counter increments.

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This counter is used to find out the frequency of successful
SAPI3 link establishments on SACCH/F.
This counter counts the number of BSC receiving EST_IND
message send by BTS with SAPI=3. The measurement point is
C2, as shown in Figure 9.
Times
C901150012
Number of successful SAPI3 link establishments on SACCH/H
(MT-SM)
This counter counts the number of successful short message link
establishment of mobile terminating call via SACCH/H. On
SACCH/H, if BSC receives EST_CONF message sent by BTS after
it initiates short message link establishment flow, this link
establishment succeeds, and the counter increments.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of successful
SAPI3 link establishments on SACCH/H.
This counter counts the number of BSC receiving EST_CONF
message send by BTS with SAPI=3. The measurement point is
C2, as shown in Figure 9.
Times
C901150014
Number of successful SAPI3 link establishments on FACCH/F
(MT-SM)
This counter counts the number of successful short message link
establishment of mobile terminating call via FACCH/F. On
FACCH/F, if BSC receives EST_CONF message sent by BTS after
it initiates short message link establishment flow, this link
establishment succeeds, and the counter increments.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of successful
SAPI3 link establishments on SACCH/F.
This counter is not realized at present in the system.

Times
C901150015
Number of successful SAPI3 link establishments on FACCH/H
(MT-SM)
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This counter counts the number of successful short message link
establishment of mobile terminating call via FACCH/H. On
FACCH/H, if BSC receives EST_CONF message sent by BTS after
it initiates short message link establishment flow, this link
establishment succeeds, and the counter increments.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of successful
SAPI3 link establishments on FACCH/H.
This counter is not realized at present in the system.

Times
C901150016
Number of DTAP messages used as SDCCH UL point-to-point
short messages (SMs)
This counter counts the number of DTAP packet sent by MS to
the network side via SDCCH.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of DTAP message
of point-to-point message on SDCCH UL.
This counter counts the number of BSC receiving DTAP packet
sent by BTS on SDCCH with SAPI=3. The measurement points
are D4 and D5 as shown in Figure 10, and B2 and B5 as shown in
Figure 11.
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Times
C901150017
Number of DTAP messages used as SDCCH DL point-to-point
short messages (SMs)
This counter counts the number of DTAP packet of short
message sent by network side to MS via SDCCH.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of DTAP message
of point-to-point short messages on SDCCH DL.
This counter counts the number of BSC sending DTAP packet to
BTS on SDCCH with SAPI=3. The measurement points are D3
and D6 as shown in Figure 10, and B3 and B4 as shown in Figure
11.
Times
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C901150018
Number of DTAP messages on FACCH/F UL for point-to-point
short messages
This counter counts the number of DTAP packet sent by MS to
network side via FACCH/F.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of DTAP message
of point-to-point short messages on FACCH/F UL.
This counter is not realized at present in the system.

Times
C901150019
Number of DTAP messages on FACCH/F DL for point-to-point
short messages
This counter counts the number of DTAP packet of short
messages sent by network side to MS via FACCH/F.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of DTAP message
of point-to-point short messages on FACCH/F DL.
This counter is not realized at present in the system.

Times
C901150020
Number of DTAP messages on FACCH/H UL for point-to-point
short messages
This counter counts the number of DTAP packet of short
messages sent by MS to network side via FACCH/H.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of DTAP message
of point-to-point short messages on FACCH/H UL.
This counter is not realized at present in the system.

Times

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C901150021
Number of DTAP messages on FACCH/H DL for point-to-point
short messages
This counter counts the number of DTAP packet of short
messages sent by network side to MS via FACCH/H.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of DTAP message
of point-to-point short messages on FACCH/H DL.
This counter is not realized at present in the system.

Times
C901150022
Number of DTAP messages on SACCH/F UL for point-to-point
short messages
This counter counts the number of DTAP packet of short
messages sent by MS to network side via SACCH/F.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of point-to-point
DTAP message of point-to-point short messages on SACCH/F UL.
This counter counts the number of BSC receiving DTAP packet
sent by BTS on SDCCH with SAPI=3. The measurement points
are C4 and C5 as shown in Figure 9, and A2 and A5 as shown in
Figure 8.
Times
C901150023
Number of DTAP messages on SACCH/F DL for point-to-point
short messages
This counter counts the number of DTAP packet of short
messages sent by network side to MS via SACCH/F.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of DTAP message
of point-to-point short messages on SACCH/F DL.
This counter counts the number of BSC sending DTAP packet to
BTS on SACCH/F with SAPI=3. The measurement points are C3
and C6 as shown in Figure 9, and A3 and A4, as shown in Figure 8.
Times
Definition
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C901150024
Number of DTAP messages on SACCH/H UL for point-to-point
short messages
This counter counts the number of DTAP packet sent by MS to
network side via SACCH/H.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of DTAP message
of point-to-point short messages on SACCH/H UL.
This counter counts the number of BSC receiving DTAP packet
sent by BTS on SDCCH with SAPI=3. The measurement points
are C4 and C5 as shown in Figure 9, and A2 and A5 as shown in
Figure 8.
Times
C901150025
Number of DTAP messages on SACCH/H DL for point-to-point
short messages
This counter counts the number of DTAP packet of short
messages sent by network side to MS via SACCH/H.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of DTAP message
of point-to-point short messages on SACCH/H UL.
This counter counts the number of BSC sending DTAP packet to
BTS on SACCH/H with SAPI=3. The measurement points are C3
and C6 as shown in Figure 9, and A3 and A4 as shown in Figure
8.
Times

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Ch a p t e r 4
Uplink and Downlink
PACCH Statistics

This chapter contains detailed information about counters
related to UL and DL PACCH statistics.
Overview
In transmitting GPRS data service, UL and DL PACCH statistics is
used to count the number of receiving and sending controlled
messages on PACCH, including packet access reject, packet
resource request, packet UL assignment, etc.
The measurement takes cell as the statistics unit.
UL and DL PACCH Statistics
Counter Index
Table 8 lists counters related to UL and DL PACCH statistics.
TAB L E 8 - UL AND DL PACCH STATI STI CS COUNTERS
Counter ID What It Counts
C901160001 Number of Packet access reject message
C901160002 Number of Packet resource request message
C901160003 Number of Packet UL Assignment message
C901160004
Number of Additional MS access capabilities
message
C901160005 Number of Packet DL Assignment message
C901160006 Number of Packet TBF release message
C901160007 Number of Packet DL Ack/Nack message

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Counter ID What It Counts
C901160008 Number of EGPRS Packet DL Ack/Nack message
C901160009 Number of Packet UL Ack/Nack message
C901160010
Number of Packet Control Acknowledgement
message
C901160011 Number of Packet Cell Change Continue message
C901160012 Number of Packet Cell Change Failure message
C901160013 Number of Packet Cell Change Notification message
C901160014 Number of Packet Cell Change Order message
C901160017 Number of packet mobile TBF status messages
C901160018 Number of packet neighbor cell data messages
C901160019 Number of packet PDCH release messages
C901160020 Number of packet polling request messages
C901160021
Number of packet power control/timing advance
messages
C901160022 Number of packet PSI status message
C901160023 Number of packet serving cell data messages
C901160024 Number of packet SI status messages
C901160025 Number of packet timeslot reconfigure messages
C901160026 Number of packet paging request message
C901160027 Number of PSI message
C901160001
Number of packet access reject messages
When MS sends packet resource request to BSC via BTS, BSC
will return packet UL assignment to MS or packet access reject
on PACCH.
This counter counts the number of BSC sending the packet
access reject messages on PACCH.
This counter is used to check the packet access reject messages
sent by BSC in packet transmission mode.
When the UPPB of BSC sends packet access reject messages to
MS, the counter increments. The measurement point is A2, as
shown in Figure 12.
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FI GURE 12 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF PACK ET RESOURCE REQUEST AND
PACK ET ACCESS REJ ECT

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C901160002
Number of packet resource request messages
When TBF has established the need to redistribute resource, TBF
access by double steps or TBF release to re-establish, MS start
the packet resource request messages on PACCH to BSC via BTS.
This counter counts the number of BSC receiving the packet
resource request messages on PACCH in packet transmission
mode.
When the UPPB of BSC receives packet resource request
messages, the counter increments. The measurement point is
A1, as shown in Figure 12.
Times
C901160003
Number of packet UL assignment messages
Packet UL assignment can be sent on both PCCCH and PACCH.
When established for TBF double steps, the first packet UL
assignment needs to be sent on PCCH, other packet UL
assignments such as DL TBF or resource redistribution initiated
by MS will be sent on PACCH by BSC.
This counter counts the number of packet UL assignment
messages sent by BSC on PACCH.
When the type of DL control block sent by BSC is packet UL
assignment, the counter increments. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 13.
Unit
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FI GURE 13 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF PACK ET UL ASSI GNMENT MESSAGE

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C901160004
Number of additional MS access capabilities messages
This counter counts the number of additional MS access
capabilities messages received by BSC on PACCH in packet
transmission mode.
When the type of UL control block received by BSC is additional
MS access capabilities, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 14.
FI GURE 14 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF ADDI TI ONAL MS ACCESS
CAPAB I L I TI ES MESSAGE

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C901160005
Number of packet DL assignment messages
This counter counts the number of packet DL assignment
messages sent by BSC on PACCH in packet transmission mode.
When the type of DL control block sent by BSC is packet DL
assignment, the counter increments. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 15.
FI GURE 15 DL SENT ON PACCH I N PA CK ET TRANSMI SSI ON MODE

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C901160006
Number of packet TBF release messages
This counter counts the number of packet TBF release messages
on PACCH sent by BSC.
When the type of DL control block sent by BSC is packet TBF
release, the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 16.
Definition
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FI GURE 16 - DL SENT ON PACCH I N PACK ET TRANSMI SSI ON MODE

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C901160007
Number of packet DL Ack/Nack messages
After TBF is established and DL RLC set RRBP on sending data
block, MS sends packet DL Ack/Nack messages on PACCH.
This counter counts the number of packet DL Ack/Nack
messages received by BSC on PACCH in packet transmission
mode.
When the type of UL control block sent by BSC is packet DL
Ack/Nack, the counter increments. The measurement points are
A, A1, as shown in Figure 16.
Times
C901160008
Number of EGPRS Packet DL Ack/Nack messages
After TBF is established and DL RLC set RRBP on sending data
block, MS sends packet DL Ack/Nack messages on PACCH.
This counter counts the number of EGPRS packet DL Ack/Nack
messages received by BSC on PACCH in EGPRS packet
transmission mode.
Unit
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When the type of UL control block sent by BSC is EGPRS packet
DL Ack/Nack, the counter increments. The measurement points
are A and A1, as shown in Figure 16.
Times
C901160009
Number of Packet UL Ack/Nack messages
This counter counts the number of packet UL Ack/Nack
messages sent by BSC on PACCH in packet transmission mode.
When the type of DL control block sent by BSC is packet UL
Ack/Nack, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 17.
FI GURE 17 - SI GNAL I NG TRA NSMI SSI ON ON PACCH

Times
C901160010
Number of packet control acknowledgement messages
This counter counts the number of packet control
acknowledgement messages received by BSC on PACCH in
packet transmission mode.
When the type of UL control block received by BSC is packet
control acknowledgement, the counter increments. The
measurement point is B, as shown in Figure 17.
Times

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Unit
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C901160011
Number of packet cell change continue messages
After BSC receives packet cell change messages, it will send
packet cell change continues messages to MS on PACCH or
packet cell changes command to inform MS to switch to the new
cell.
This counter counts the number of packet cell change
continues messages sent by BSC on PACCH.
BSC initiates timer after receiving PACKET NEIGHBOR CELL
CHANGE NOTIFICATION. If it receives the packet system
message of destination cell in the defined time, BSC send PACK
NEIGHBOR CELL DATA, then send PACKET CELL CHANGE
CONTINUES, the counter increments. The measurement point is
A3, as shown in Figure 18.
FI GURE 18 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF PACKET- CEL L - CHANGE- REL ATED
COUNTER ( 1)
MS BSC
A2
PACKET NEIGHBOUR CELL
CHANGE NOTIFICATION
PACKET NEIGHBOUR CELL DATA
PACKET CELL CHANGE CONTINUE
A1
A3

BSC initiates timer after receiving the PACKET NEIGHBOR CELL
CHANGE NOTIFICATION message. If timer times out and doesnt
receive the packet system message of destination cell, BSC
sends the PACK CELL CHANGE CONTINUE message directly, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A1, as shown in
Figure 19.
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FI GURE 19 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF PACKET- CEL L - CHANGE- REL ATED
COUNTER ( 2)

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C901160012
Number of packet cell change failure messages
After BSC sends packet cell change command to MS, BTS
initiates packet cell change failure to BSC to indicate that the cell
fails to change command.
This counter counts the number of packet cell change failure
messages received by BSC on PACCH in packet transmission
mode.
When the type of UL control block sent by BSC is packet cell
change failure, the counter increments. The measurement point
is A3, as shown in Figure 20.
Times
C901160013
Number of packet cell change notification messages
If MS intends to handoff from service cell to destination cell, it
will initiate packet cell change notification to BSC to request the
system message of destination under the condition that the
network and MS support NACC.
This counter counts the number of packet cell change
notification messages received by BSC on PACCH in packet
transmission mode.
When the type of UL control block received by BSC is packet cell
change notification, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A1, as shown in Figure 18.
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C901160014
Number of packet cell change order messages
When the MS initiates the packet cell change notification, this
counter counts the number of packet cell change order
messages sent by BSC on PACCH in packet transmission mode.
When BSC sends packet cell change order messages, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A2, as shown in
Figure 20.
FI GURE 20 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF PACK ET CEL L CHANGE ORDER AND
PACK ET CEL L CHANGE FAI L URE
MS BSC
A3
PACKET NEIGHBOUR CELL
CHANGE NOTIFICATION
PACKET CELL CHANGE ORDER
PACKET CELL CHANGE FAIL
A1
A2

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C901160017
Number of packet mobile TBF status messages
This counter counts the number of packet mobile TBF status
messages sent by BSC on PACCH in packet service.
When the type of UL control block received by BSC is packet
mobile TBF, the counter increments. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 21.
Definition
Description
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Point
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FI GURE 21 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF PACK ET MOB I L E STATUS MESSAGE ON
PACCH

Times
C901160018
Number of packet neighbor cell data messages
If MS sends change notification to neighboring cell in support of
NACC, BSC will send packet neighboring cell data to MS via BTS.
This counter counts the number of packet neighboring cell data
sent by BSC on PACCH in packet transmission mode.
When the type of DL control block sent by BSC is packet
neighboring cell data, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A2, as shown in Figure 18.
Times
C901160019
Number of packet PDCH release messages
This counter counts the number of packet PDCH release
messages sent by BSC on PACCH.
When the type of DL control block sent by BSC is packet PDCH
release, the counter increments.
Times
C901160020
Number of packet polling request messages
This counter counts the number of packet polling request
messages sent by BSC on PACCH in packet transmission mode.
Unit
Definition
Description
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Unit
Definition
Description
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When the type of DL control block sent by BSC is packet polling
request, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 22.
FI GURE 22 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF DL TBF ESTAB L I SHES EXECUTI ON
POL L I NG

Times
C901160021
Number of packet power control/timing advance messages
This counter counts the number of packet power control/timing
advance messages sent by BSC on PACCH.
When the type of DL control block sent by BSC is packet power
control/timing advance message, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 23.
FI GURE 23 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF PACK ET POWER CONTROL / TI MI NG
ADVANCE MESSAGE SENT ON PACCH

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Times
C901160022
Number of packet PSI status messages
In order to obtain the packet system messages of serving cell,
MS initiates packet PSI status messages to BSC via BTS to
indicate that MS has been received the packet system messages.
This counter counts the number of packet PSI status messages
received by BSC on PACCH.
When the type of UL control block sent by BSC is packet PSI
Status message, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A1, as shown in Figure 24.
FI GURE 24 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF PACK ET- SERVI CE- CEL L - DATA-
REL ATED COUNTER
MS BSC
PACKET PSI/SI Status
PACKET SERVING CELL DATA
A1
A2

Times
C901160023
Number of packet serving cell data messages
Network uses packet serving cell data to send the system
messages and packet messages of serving cell to MS, this
counter counts the number of packet serving cell data messages
received by BSC on PACCH.
This counter is used to check packet serving cell data messages
sent by BSC on PACCH.
When the type of DL control block sent by BSC is packet serving
cell data messages, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A2, as shown in Figure 24.
Times
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C901160024
Number of packet SI status messages
In order to obtain the system messages of serving cell, MS
initiates packet SI status message to BSC via BTS to indicate
that MS has received the packet system messages.
This counter counts the number of packet SI status messages
received by BSC on PACCH.
When the type of UL control block sent by BSC is packet SI
status messages, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A1, as shown in Figure 24.
Times
C901160025
Number of packet timeslot reconfigure messages
Packet timeslot reconfigure is used to assign UL and DL resource
link.
This counter counts the number of packet timeslot reconfigure
messages sent by BSC on PACCH.
When the type of DL control block sent by BSC is packet timeslot
reconfigure messages, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 25 and Figure 26.
FI GURE 25 FL OW OF ESTAB L I SHI NG UL ON PACCH UNDER DL
TRANSMI SSI ON STATUS

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FI GURE 26 FL OW OF ESTAB L I SHI NG DL ON PACCH UNDER UL
TRANSMI SSI ON STATUS

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C901160026
Number of packet paging request message
If MS is in packet transmission status or attached by GPRS, BSC
will send packet paging request messages.
This counter counts the number of packet paging request messages sent
by BSC on PACCH.
When the type of DL control block sent by BSC to MS via BTS is
packet paging request messages, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 27.
FI GURE 27 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF BSC I SSUI NG PACK ET PAGI NG
REQUEST MESSAGE
MS BSS
A
P_PAGING_REQ

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C901160027
Number of PSI message
This counter counts the number of PSI messages sent by BSC on
PACCH in packet service.
When the type of DL control block sent by BSC to MS via BTS is
packet system message, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 28.
FI GURE 28 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF BSC I SSUI NG PACK ET SYSTEM
MESSAGE
MS BSS
A
P_PSYS_INFO1 or
P_PSYS_INFO13

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Ch a p t e r 5
Downlink GPRS Data TBF
Statistics

DL (DL) GPRS data TBF statistics aims to measure the process of
cell-level GPRS DL TBF establishment and release.
This chapter describes the definition, usage and measurement
point of various counters.
Overview
DL GPRS data TBF statistics is used to observe the process of
GPRS DL TBF establishment, maintenance and release.
The measurement takes cell as the statistics unit.
DL GPRS Data TBF Statistics
Counter Index
Table 9 lists counters related to DL GPRS data TBF statistic.
TAB L E 9 - DL GPRS DATA TBF STATI STI CS COUNTERS
Counter ID What It Counts
C901170002
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment requests on
CCCH/PCCCH
C901170003
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment requests on
PACCH
C901170004
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure due
to CPU
C901170005
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure due
to not support DTM
C901170007
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure due
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Counter ID What It Counts
C901170008
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure due
to RR congestion
C901170009
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure due
to UPPB-DSP channel congestion
C901170010
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment channel
allocate success
C901170011
Number of allocated PDCH for GPRS DL TBF
establishment
C901170012
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure due
to channel activate failed
C901170013
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure due
to BTS connection failed
C901170014
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure due
to BIU connection failed
C901170015
Number of GPRS DL TBF channel activate
establishment success
C901170016
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure on
CCCH/PCCCH due to not receive PIA
C901170017
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure on
CCCH/PCCCH due to UPPB-DSP congestion
C901170018
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure on
PACCH due to UPPB-DSP congestion
C901170019
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment success on
PCCCH/CCCH
C901170020
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment success on
PACCH
C901170023
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to Abis congestion for UL TBF
establishment
C901170024
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to RR congestion for UL TBF
establishment
C901170025
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to UPPB-DSP channel congestion for UL
TBF establishment
C901170026
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
success due to UL TBF establishment
C901170027
Number of allocated PDCH for GPRS DL TBF
resource reallocation due to UL TBF establishment
C901170028
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to channel activate failure for UL TBF
establishment
C901170029
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to BTS connection failure for UL TBF
establishment
C901170030
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Counter ID What It Counts
failure due to BIU connection failure for UL TBF
establishment
C901170031
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
success of channel activate for UL TBF
establishment
C901170032
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to UL TBF establishment
C901170033
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
success due to UL TBF establishment
C901170036
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to Abis congestion for LLC transmission
C901170037
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to RR congestion for LLC transmission
C901170038
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to UPPB-DSP channel congestion for LLC
transmission
C901170039
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
success due to LLC transmission
C901170040
Number of allocated PDCH for GPRS DL TBF
resource reallocation due to LLC transmission
C901170041
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to channel activate failure for LLC
transmission
C901170042
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to BTS connection failure for LLC
transmission
C901170043
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to BIU connection failure for LLC
transmission
C901170044
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
success of channel activate for LLC transmission
C901170045
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to LLC transmission
C901170046
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
success due to LLC transmission
C901170047 Number of GPRS DL TBF release due to flush LL
C901170048
Number of GPRS DL TBF release due to GPRS
suspend requests
C901170049 Number of GPRS DL TBF forcing release by CS
C901170050
Number of GPRS DL TBF normal release due to
user plane requests
C901170051
Number of GPRS DL TBF abnormal release due to
user plane requests
C901170052
Number of GPRS DL TBF release due to NSVC
unavailability
C901170053
Number of GPRS DL TBF release due to BVC

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Counter ID What It Counts
unavailability
C901170054
Number of GPRS DL TBF release due to other
reasons
C901170055 Number of DL GPRS TBF grab resources
C901170056 Number of grab instance by DL GPRS TBF
C901170057 Number of DL GPRS TBF queuing
C901170058 Number of DL GPRS TBF queuing success
C901170059
Number of DL GPRS TBF release TBF during
queuing
C901170002
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment requests on
CCCH/PCCCH
This counter counts the number of DL establishment requests
received by control plane when BSC initially attempts to
establish GPRS DL TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of DL
establishment requests sent from CCCH/PCCCH and received by
control plane when BSC establishes GPRS DL TBF.
When RANPS module receives the DL request
(EV_RANUMC_DLASS_REQ) sent from RANUMC module, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 29.
FI GURE 29 DL REQUEST
A
PS PS


Times
C901170003
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment requests on PACCH
This counter counts the number of establishing GPRS DL TBF on
PACCH by MS.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of establishing DL
TBF in PACCH after MS has established GPRS UL TBF.
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
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After MS has established GPRS UL TBF, RANPS module receives
EV_MAC_DL_ASSIGN_REQ message sent from RANU module,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 30.
FI GURE 30 DL ASSI GNMENT REQUEST
A
PS PS


Times
C901170004
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure due to CPU
No statistics temporarily.
C901170005
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure due to not
support DTM
No statistics temporarily.
C901170007
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure due to Abis
congestion
This counter counts the number of failures that RANPS applies to
database for resource and the cause of failures is Abis
congestion when BSC attempts to establish GPRS DL TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of failures that
RANPS applies to database for resource and the cause of failures
is Abis congestion when BSC attempts to establish GPRS DL TBF.
The measurement is taken at two time points listed below:
After RANPS module receives DL request message
(EV_RANUMC_DLASS_REQ) sent from RANUMC module, if
resource application fails and the cause of failure is Abis
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 31.
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Definition
Description
Definition
Description
Usage
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FI GURE 31 DATAB ASE APPL I CATI ON FAI L URE DUE TO AB I S CONGESTI ON I

Abis
PS
PS
A


After MS establishes GPRS UL TBF, RANPS module receives
EV_MAC_DL_ASSIGN_REQ message sent from RANU module,
if resource application fails and the cause of failure is Abis
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 32.
FI GURE 32 DATAB ASE APPL I CATI ON FAI L URE DUE TO AB I S CONGESTI ON I I

Abis
PS
PS
A


Times
C901170008
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure due to RR
congestion
This counter counts the number of failures that RANPS applies to
database for resource and the cause of failures is RR congestion
when BSC attempts to establish GPRS DL TBF. There are three
causes for RR congestion: MS per channel (number of MS
reaches the peak in each channel), TAI/TFI (no TAI or TFI) and
no PDCH (no PS channel).
This counter is used to find out the frequency of failures that
RANPS applies to database for resource and the cause of failures
is RR congestion when BSC attempts to establish GPRS DL TBF.
The measurement is taken at two time points listed below:
After RANPS module receives DL request message
(EV_RANUMC_DLASS_REQ) sent from RANUMC module, if
Unit
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Usage
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resource application fails and the cause of failure is RR
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 33.
FI GURE 33 DATAB ASE APPL I CATI ON FAI L URE DUE TO RR CONGESTI ON I

Abis
PS
PS
A


After MS establishes GPRS UL TBF, RANPS module receives
EV_MAC_DL_ASSIGN_REQ message sent from RANU module,
if resource application fails and the cause of failure is RR
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 34.
FI GURE 34 DATAB ASE APPL I CATI ON FAI L URE DUE TO RR CONGESTI ON I I

Abis
PS
PS
A


Times
C901170009
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure due to UPPB-DSP
channel congestion
This counter counts the number of failures that RANPS applies to
database for resource and the cause of failures is UPPB-DSP
channel congestion when BSC attempts to establish GPRS DL
TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of failures that
RANPS applies to database for resource and the cause of failures
is UPPB-DSP channel congestion when BSC attempts to establish
GPRS DL TBF.
Unit
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Usage

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The measurement is taken at two time points listed below:
After RANPS module receives DL request message
(EV_RANUMC_DLASS_REQ) sent from RANUMC module, if
resource application fails and the cause of failure is UPPB-
DSP channel congestion, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 35.
FI GURE 35 DATAB ASE APPL I CATI ON FAI L URE DUE TO UPPB- DSP CHANNEL
CONGESTI ON I

Abis
PS
PS
A


After MS establishes GPRS UL TBF, RANPS module receives
EV_MAC_DL_ASSIGN_REQ message sent from RANU module,
if resource application fails and the cause of failure is UPPB-
DSP channel congestion, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 36.
FI GURE 36 DATAB ASE APPL I CATI ON FAI L URE DUE TO UPPB- DSP CHANNEL
CONGESTI ON I I

Abis
PS
PS
A


Times
C901170010
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment channel allocate success
This counter counts the number of channel allocate success
applied by RANPS when BSC attempts to establish GPRS DL TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of successful
resource application that RANPS sends when BSC attempts to
establish GPRS DL TBF.
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Usage


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After RANPS module receives DL request message
(EV_RANUMC_DLASS_REQ) sent from RANUMC module, when
resource application succeeds, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 37.
FI GURE 37 SUCCESSFUL RESOURCE APPL I CATI ON

Abis
PS
PS
A


Times
C901170011
Number of allocated PDCH for GPRS DL TBF establishment
This counter counts the number of successful allocated PDCH
when BSC attempts to establish GPRS DL TBF.
This counter is used to find out the number of successful
allocated PDCH when BSC attempts to establish GPRS DL TBF.
After RANPS module receives DL request message
(EV_RANUMC_DLASS_REQ) sent from RANUMC module, when
resource application succeeds, the counter accumulates the
PDCH number. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure
37.
Times
C901170012
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure due to channel
activate failed
This counter counts the number of PDCH activate failure when
BSC establishes GPRS DL TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of PDCH activate
failure when BSC establishes GPRS DL TBF (including
establishing DL TBF initially and establishing DL TBF while UL
TBF already exists).
The measurement is taken at two time points listed below:
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
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Usage
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When BSC receives PDCH activation failure message reported
by BTS, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 38.
FI GURE 38 PDCH ACTI VA TI ON FAI L URE

If wait for PDCH activate & connection response timer
expires, and BSC has not received PDCH activate response
message reported by BTS, the counter increments.
Times
C901170013
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure due to BTS
connection failed
This counter counts the number of connection failure due to BTS
connection failed when BSC establishes GPRS DL TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of connection
failure due to BTS connection failed when BSC establishes GPRS
DL TBF (including establishing DL TBF initially and establishing
DL TBF while UL TBF already exists).
The measurement is taken at two time points listed below:
If RANPS module receives connection failed message
reported by connection module, and the cause of failure is
BTS connection failed, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 39.
FI GURE 39 CONNECTI ON FAI L URE DUE TO BTS CONNECTI ON FAI L ED
PACKET CHANNEL ACTIVE NACK
(BTS)
BTS BSC
A
PACKETCHANNELACTIVE
NACK(duetoBTSconnection
failed)

If wait for PDCH activate & connection response timer
expires, and BSC has not received connection success
response message reported by connection module, the
counter increments.
Unit
Definition
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Usage
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Point


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Times
C901170014
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure due to BIU
connection failed
This counter counts the number of connection failure due to BIU
connection failed when BSC establishes GPRS DL TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of connection
failure due to BIU connection failed when BSC establishes GPRS
DL TBF (including establishing DL TBF initially and establishing
DL TBF while UL TBF already exists).
If RANPS module receives connection failed message reported by
connection module, and the cause of failure is BIU connection failed, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 40.
FI GURE 40 CONNECTI ON FAI L URE DUE TO BI U CONNECTI ON FAI L ED
PACKET CHANNEL ACTIVE NACK
(BIU)
BTS BSC
A
PACKETCHANNELACTIVENACK
(duetoBIUfailure)

Times
C901170015
Number of GPRS DL TBF channel activate establishment success
This counter counts the number of channel activate
establishment success when BSC establishes GPRS DL TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of channel activate
establishment success when BSC establishes GPRS DL TBF.
When RANPS module receives channel activate response
message reported by BTS and connection success response
message reported by connection module, the counter increments.
The measurement point is A as shown in Figure 41.
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
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FI GURE 41 - DL GPRS TBF ESTAB L I SHES CHANNEL ACTI VATI ON AND A CCESS
SUCCESS

Times
C901170016
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure on CCCH/PCCCH
due to not receive PIA
This counter counts the number of DL immediate assignment
message sending failures when BSC establishes GPRS DL TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of DL immediate
assignment message sending failures when BSC establishes
GPRS DL TBF.
The measurement is taken at two time points listed below:
When RANPS module receives immediate assignment
sending failure message (EV_PACKET_PIA_DEL_IND)
reported by BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 42.
FI GURE 42 I MMEDI ATE ASSI GNMENT SENDI NG FAI L URE

If wait for immediate assignment sending indication timer
expires, and BSC has not received immediate assignment
sending message, the counter increments
Times
C901170017
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure on CCCH/PCCCH
due to UPPB-DSP congestion
No statistics for this counter is meaningless to GPRS DL TBF.
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
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Description


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C901170018
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure on PACCH due to
UPPB-DSP congestion
No statistics for this counter is meaningless to GPRS DL TBF.
C901170019
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment success on PCCCH/CCCH
This counter counts the number of successful DL immediate
assignment message sendings when BSC establishes GPRS DL
TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of GPRS DL TBF
establishment success.
When RANPS module receives successful immediate assignment
sending message (SPS_ABIS_PACKET_SEND_PIA_IND) reported
by BTS, the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 43.
FI GURE 43 SUCCESSFUL I MMEDI ATE ASSI GNMENT SENDI NG

Times
C901170020
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment success on PACCH
No statistics temporarily.
C901170023
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to Abis
congestion for UL TBF establishment
After MS establishes GPRS DL TBF, it shall establish UL TBF on
PACCH. But resource application failure leads to DL resource
Definition
Description
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
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Description

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reallocation failure. This counter counts the number of DL
resource reallocation failure due to Abis congestion.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of GPRS DL TBF
resource reallocation failure due to Abis congestion.
MS has established GPRS DL TBF, and after RANPS module
receives EV_MAC_UL_ASSIGN_REQ message sent from RANU
module, if resource application fails due to Abis congestion, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 44.
FI GURE 44 RESOURCE APPL I CATI ON FAI L URE DUE TO AB I S CONGESTI ON
( ASSI GNED B Y UL )

Abis
PS
PS
A


Times
C901170024
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to RR
congestion for UL TBF establishment
After MS establishes GPRS DL TBF, it shall establish UL TBF on
PACCH. But resource application failure leads to DL resource
reallocation failure. This counter counts the number of DL
resource reallocation failure due to RR congestion.
There are three causes for RR congestion: MS per channel
(number of MS reaches the peak in each channel), TAI/TFI (no
TAI or TFI) and no PDCH (no PS channel).
This counter is used to find out the frequency of GPRS DL TBF
resource reallocation failure due to RR congestion.
MS has established GPRS DL TBF, and after RANPS module
receives EV_MAC_UL_ASSIGN_REQ message sent from RANU
module, if resource application fails due to RR congestion, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 45.
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
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FI GURE 45 RESOURCE APPL I CATI ON FAI L URE DUE TO RR CONGESTI ON
( ASSI GNED B Y UL )

Abis
PS
PS
A


Times
C901170025
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
UPPB-DSP channel congestion for UL TBF establishment
After MS establishes GPRS DL TBF, it shall establish UL TBF in
PACCH. But resource application failure leads to DL resource
reallocation failure. This counter counts the number of DL
resource reallocation failures due to UPPB-DSP channel
congestion.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of GPRS DL TBF
resource reallocation failure due to UPPB-DSP channel
congestion.
MS has established GPRS DL TBF, and after RANPS module
receives EV_MAC_UL_ASSIGN_REQ message sent from RANU
module, if resource application fails due to UPPB-DSP channel
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 46.
FI GURE 46 RESOURCE APPL I CATI ON FAI L URE DUE TO UPPB- DSP CHANNEL
CONGESTI ON ( ASSI GNED B Y UL )

Abis
PS
PS
A


Times
Unit
Definition
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C901170026
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation success due to UL
TBF establishment
After MS establishes GPRS DL TBF, it shall establish UL TBF in
PACCH. This counter counts the number of DL resource
application success.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of GPRS DL TBF
resource reallocation success.
MS has established GPRS DL TBF, and after RANPS module
receives EV_MAC_UL_ASSIGN_REQ message sent from RANU
module, if resource application succeeds, the counter increments.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 47.
FI GURE 47 SUCCESSFUL RESOURCE APPL I CATI ON ( ASSI GNED B Y UL )

Abis
PS
PS
A


Times
C901170027
Number of allocated PDCH for GPRS DL TBF resource
reallocation due to UL TBF establishment
This counter counts the number of successfully allocated PDCH
when GPRS DL TBF resource is reallocated.
This counter is used to find out the number of successfully
allocated PDCH when GPRS DL TBF resource is reallocated.
MS has established GPRS DL TBF, and after RANPS module
receives EV_MAC_UL_ASSIGN_REQ message sent from RANU
module, when resource application succeeds, the counter
accumulates the PDTCH number. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 47.
Times
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
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C901170028
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
channel activate failure for UL TBF establishment
This counter counts the number of PDCH activate failure during
the process of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of PDCH activate
failure during the process of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation.
The measurement is taken at two time points listed below:
When BSC receives PDCH activate failure message reported
by BTS, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 38.
If wait for PDCH activate & connection response timer
expires, and BSC has not received PDCH activate response
message reported by BTS, the counter increments.
Times
C901170029
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to BTS
connection failure for UL TBF establishment
This counter counts the number of connection failure due to BTS
connection failure during the process of GPRS DL TBF resource
reallocation.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of connection
failure due to BTS connection failure during the process of GPRS
DL TBF resource reallocation.
The measurement is taken at two time points listed below:
If RANPS module receives connection failure message
reported by connection module, and the cause of failure is
BTS connection failure, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 39.
If wait for PDCH activation & connection response timer
expires, and BSC has not received connection success
response message reported by connection module, the
counter increments.
Times
C901170030
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to BIU
connection failure for UL TBF establishment
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
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This counter counts the number of connection failure due to BIU
connection failure during the process of GPRS DL TBF resource
reallocation.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of connection
failure due to BIU connection failure during the process of GPRS
DL TBF resource reallocation.
If RANPS module receives connection failure message reported
by connection module, and the cause of failure is BIU connection
failure, the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 40.
Times
C901170031
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation success of channel
activate for UL TBF establishment
This counter counts the number of channel activate success
during the process of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of channel activate
success during the process of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation.
When RANPS module receives channel activate response
message reported by BTS and connection success response
message reported by connection module, the counter increments.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 48.
FI GURE 48 SUCCESSFUL ACTI VATI ON A ND CONNECTI ON
PACKET CONNECT ACK
PS
A
BTS
PACKET CHANNEL ACTIVE ACK

Times
C901170032
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to UL
TBF establishment
No statistics for this counter is meaningless to GPRS DL TBF.

Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
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C901170033
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation success due to UL
TBF establishment
No statistics for this counter is meaningless to GPRS DL TBF.
C901170036
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to Abis
congestion for LLC transmission
During GPRS DL TBF transmission, MAC sends resource
adjustment message (EV_MAC_RESOURCE_ADJU_REQ) to
RANPS due to UL/DL LLC changes. RANPS applies for resource
after it receives the message. This counter counts the number of
resource application failures after RANPS receives resource
adjustment request during GPRS DL TBF transmission (the cause
of database application failure is Abis congestion).
This counter is used to find out the frequency of resource
application failures after RANPS receives resource adjustment
request during GPRS DL TBF transmission (the cause of
database application failure is Abis congestion).
After RANPS module receives EV_MAC_RESOURCE_ADJU_REQ
message sent from MAC, if resource application fails due to Abis
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 49.
FI GURE 49 RESOURCE APPL I CATI ON FAI L URE DUE TO AB I S CONGESTI ON
( RESOURCE ADJ USTMENT)

Abis
PS
PS
A


Times
C901170037
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to RR
congestion for LLC transmission
Definition
Description
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
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During GPRS DL TBF transmission, MAC sends resource
adjustment message (EV_MAC_RESOURCE_ADJU_REQ) to
RANPS due to UL/DL LLC changes. RANPS applies for resource
after it receives the message. This counter counts the number of
resource application failures after RANPS receives resource
adjustment request during GPRS DL TBF transmission (the cause
of database application failure is RR congestion).
There are three causes for RR congestion: MS per channel
(number of MS reaches the peak in each channel), TAI/TFI (no
TAI or TFI) and no PDCH (no PS channel).
This counter is used to find out the frequency of resource
application failures after RANPS receives resource adjustment
request during GPRS DL TBF transmission (the cause of
database application failure is RR congestion).
After RANPS module receives EV_MAC_RESOURCE_ADJU_REQ
message sent from MAC, if resource application fails due to RR
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 50.
FI GURE 50 RESOURCE APPL I CATI ON FAI L URE DUE TO RR CONGESTI ON
( RESOURCE ADJ USTMENT)

Abis
PS
PS
A


Times
C901170038
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
UPPB-DSP channel congestion for LLC transmission
During GPRS DL TBF transmission, MAC sends resource
adjustment message (EV_MAC_RESOURCE_ADJU_REQ) to
RANPS due to UL/DL LLC changes. RANPS applies for resource
after it receives the message. This counter counts the number of
resource reallocation failure after RANPS receives resource
adjustment request during GPRS DL TBF transmission (the cause
of database application failure is UPPB-DSP channel congestion).
This counter is used to find out the frequency of resource
reallocation failure after RANPS receives resource adjustment
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request during GPRS DL TBF transmission (the cause of
database application failure is UPPB-DSP channel congestion).
After RANPS module receives EV_MAC_RESOURCE_ADJU_REQ
message sent from MAC, if resource application fails due to
UPPB-DSP channel congestion, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 51.
FI GURE 51 RESOURCE APPL I CATI ON FAI L URE DUE TO UPPB- DSP CHANNEL
CONGESTI ON ( RESOURCE ADJ USTMENT)

Abis
PS
PS
A


Times
C901170039
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation success due to
LLC transmission
During GPRS DL TBF transmission, MAC sends resource
adjustment message (EV_MAC_RESOURCE_ADJU_REQ) to
RANPS due to UL/DL LLC changes. RANPS applies for resource
after it receives the message. This counter counts the number of
resource reallocation success after RANPS receives resource
adjustment request during GPRS DL TBF transmission.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of resource
reallocation success after RANPS receives resource adjustment
request during GPRS DL TBF transmission.
After RANPS module receives EV_MAC_RESOURCE_ADJU_REQ
message sent from MAC, if resource application succeeds, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 52.
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
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FI GURE 52 SUCCESSFUL RESOURCE APPL I CATI ON ( RESOURCE
ADJ USTMENT)

Abis
PS
PS
A


Times
C901170040
Number of allocated PDCH for GPRS DL TBF resource
reallocation due to LLC transmission
During GPRS DL TBF transmission, MAC sends resource
adjustment message (EV_MAC_RESOURCE_ADJU_REQ) to
RANPS due to UL/DL LLC changes. RANPS applies for resource
after it receives the message. This counter counts the number of
successfully allocated PDCH after RANPS receives resource
adjustment request during GPRS DL TBF transmission.
This counter is used to find out the number of successfully
allocated PDCH after RANPS receives resource adjustment
request during GPRS DL TBF transmission.
After RANPS module receives EV_MAC_RESOURCE_ADJU_REQ
message sent from MAC, if resource application succeeds, the
counter accumulates the PDTCH number. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 52.
Times

C901170041
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
channel activate failure for LLC transmission
This counter counts the number of PDCH activate failure after
BSC receives resource adjustment request during GPRS DL TBF
transmission.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of PDCH activate
failure after BSC receives resource adjustment request during
GPRS DL TBF transmission.
Unit
Definition
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The measurement is taken at two time points listed below:
When BSC receives PDCH activate failure message reported
by BTS, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 38.
If wait for PDCH activate & connection response timer
expires, and BSC has not received PDCH activate response
message reported by BTS, the counter increments.
Times
C901170042
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to BTS
connection failure for LLC transmission
This counter counts the number of connection failure due to BTS
connection failure after BSC receives resource adjustment
request during GPRS DL TBF transmission.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of connection
failure due to BTS connection failure after BSC receives resource
adjustment request during GPRS DL TBF transmission.
The measurement is taken at two time points listed below:
If RANPS module receives connection failure message
reported by connection module, and the cause of failure is
BTS connection failure, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 39.
If wait for PDCH activate & connection response timer
expires, and BSC has not received connection success
response message reported by connection module, the
counter increments.
Times
C901170043
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to BIU
connection failure for LLC transmission
This counter counts the number of connection failure due to BIU
connection failure after BSC receives resource adjustment
request during GPRS DL TBF transmission.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of connection
failure due to BIU connection failure after BSC receives resource
adjustment request during GPRS DL TBF transmission.
If RANPS module receives connection failure message reported
by connection module, and the cause of failure is BIU connection
failure, the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 40.
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
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Times
C901170044
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation success of channel
activate for LLC transmission
This counter counts the number of channel activate success after
BSC receives resource adjustment request during GPRS DL TBF
transmission.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of channel activate
success after BSC receives resource adjustment request during
GPRS DL TBF transmission.
When RANPS module receives channel activate response
message reported by BTS and connection success response
message reported by connection module, the counter increments.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 48.
Times
C901170045
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to LLC
transmission
No statistics for this counter is meaningless to GPRS DL TBF.
C901170046
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation success due to
LLC transmission
No statistics for this counter is meaningless to GPRS DL TBF.
C901170047
Number of GPRS DL TBF release due to flush LL
This counter counts the number of GPRS DL TBF release due to
flush LL.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of GPRS DL TBF
forcing Release Requests due to flush LL received by RANPS.
When RANPS module receives Release Request message
(EV_RANUMC_REL_CMD) reported by RANUMC, if the cause of
release is flush LL, and GPRS DL TBF exists, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 53.
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Definition
Description
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FI GURE 53 REL EASE REQUEST DUE TO FL USH L L
SGSN PS

FLUSH
A
PS control plane
Internal release
for control plane

Times
C901170048
Number of GPRS DL TBF release due to GPRS suspend requests
This counter counts the number of GPRS DL TBF release due to
GPRS suspend requests.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of GPRS DL TBF
forcing Release Requests due to suspend requests received by
RANPS.
When RANPS module receives Release Request message
(EV_RANUMC_REL_CMD) reported by RANUMC, if the cause of
release is SUSPEND, and GPRS DL TBF exists, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 54.
FI GURE 54 REL EASE REQUEST DUE TO SUSPEND REQUEST
SGSN PS

FLUSH
A
PS control plane
Internal release
for control plane
SUSPEND

Times
C901170049
Number of GPRS DL TBF forcing release by CS
This counter counts the number of GPRS DL TBF forcing release
by CS due to PDCH REL.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of GPRS DL TBF
forcing Release Requests (EV_RANCCM_PDCH_REL) received by
RANPS.
When RANPS module receives Release Request message
(EV_RANCCM_PDCH_REL) reported by RANCCM module, if GPRS
DL TBF exists, the counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 55.
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
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FI GURE 55 REL EASE REQUEST DUE TO PDCH REL
SGSN PS

FLUSH
A
PS control plane
PDCH RELEASE
CS control plane

Times
C901170050
Number of GPRS DL TBF normal release due to user plane
requests
This counter counts the number of GPRS DL TBF normal release
due to normal Release Request by MAC.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of GPRS DL TBF
forcing Release Requests due to normal Release Request by MAC
received by RANPS.
When RANPS module receives Release Request message
(EV_MAC_REL_IND) reported by MAC, if the cause of release is
normal Release Request by MAC, and GPRS DL TBF exists, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 56.
FI GURE 56 REL EASE REQUEST DUE TO NORMAL REL EASE REQUEST B Y
MAC
SGSN PS

FLUSH
A
PS control plane
RELEASE
(Due to normal release)
CS control plane

Times

C901170051
Number of GPRS DL TBF abnormal release due to user plane
requests
This counter counts the number of GPRS DL TBF abnormal
release due to abnormal Release Request by MAC.
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
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Description


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This counter is used to find out the frequency of GPRS DL TBF
forcing Release Requests due to abnormal Release Request by
MAC received by RANPS.
When RANPS module receives Release Request message
(EV_MAC_REL_IND) reported by MAC, if the cause of release is
abnormal Release Request by MAC, and GPRS DL TBF exists, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 57.
FI GURE 57 REL EASE REQUEST DUE TO AB NORMAL REL EASE REQUEST B Y
MAC
SGSN PS

FLUSH
A
PS control plane
RELEASE
(Due to abnormal release)
CS control plane

Times
C901170052
Number of GPRS DL TBF release due to NSVC unavailability
This counter counts the number of GPRS DL TBF release due to
NSVC unavailability.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of GPRS DL TBF
forcing Release Requests due to NSVC unavailability received by
RANPS.
When RANPS module receives Release Request message
(EV_RANUMC_REL_CMD) reported by RANUMC, if the cause of
release is NSVC unavailability, and GPRS DL TBF exists, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 58.
FI GURE 58 REL EASE REQUEST DUE TO NSVC UNAVAI L AB I L I TY
SGSN PS

FLUSH
A
PS control plane
NSVC Unavailability
Database

Times
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
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C901170053
Number of GPRS DL TBF release due to BVC unavailability
This counter counts the number of GPRS DL TBF release due to
BVC unavailability.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of GPRS DL TBF
forcing Release Requests due to BVC unavailability received by
RANPS.
When RANPS module receives Release Request message
(EV_RANUMC_REL_CMD) reported by RANUMC, if the cause of
release is BVC unavailability, and GPRS DL TBF exists, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 59.
FI GURE 59 REL EASE REQUEST DUE TO BVC UNAVAI L AB I L I TY
SGSN PS

FLUSH
A

Times
C901170054
Number of GPRS DL TBF release due to other reasons
This counter counts the number of GPRS DL TBF release due to
other reasons.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of GPRS DL TBF
forcing Release Requests due to other reasons received by
RANPS.
When RANPS module receives Release Request message
(EV_RANUMC_REL_CMD) reported by RANUMC, if the reason of
release is others, and GPRS DL TBF exists, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 60.
FI GURE 60 REL EASE REQUEST DUE TO OTHER REASONS
SGSN PS

FLUSH
A

Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
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Times
C901170055
Number of DL GPRS TBF grab resources
This counter counts the number of DL GPRS TBF grab resources.
This counter is used to find out the frequency for DL GPRS TBF
grabbing other TBF resource.
This counter increments while DL GPRS TBF is established during
resource adjustment, resource request is successful, and other
TBF resource is grabbed. Measurement point is A as shown in
Figure 61.
FI GURE 61 - DL GPRS RESOURCE REQUEST SUCCESS
PS
A

( GPRS)


Times
C901170056
Number of grab instance by DL GPRS TBF
This counter counts the number of grab instance by DL GPRS
TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency for DL GPRS TBF
grabbing other TBF resource.
This counter increments while DL GPRS TBF is established during
resource adjustment, resource request is successful, and other
TBF resource is grabbed. Measurement point is A as shown in
Figure 61.
Times
C901170057
Number of DL GPRS TBF queuing
This counter counts the number of DL GPRS TBF queuing.
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
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This counter is used to find out the frequency for DL GPRS TBF
queuing.
This counter increments while DL GPRS TBF is established during
resource adjustment, resource request is successful but queuing
is required due to incompliant to QoS rate. Measurement point is
A as shown in Figure 61.
Times
C901170058
Number of DL GPRS TBF queuing success
This counter counts the number of DL GPRS TBF queuing success.
This counter is used to find out the frequency for DL GPRS TBF queuing
success.
This counter increments while DL GPRS TBF is established during
resource adjustment, the instance to be queued successfully assigns
resource for user plane, and database is successfully registered.
Measurement point is A as shown in Figure 62.
FI GURE 62 - RESOURCE ASSI GNMENT SUCCESS
PS
A
PS


Times
C901170059
Number of DL GPRS TBF release TBF during queuing
This counter counts the number of DL GPRS TBF release during
queuing.
This counter is used to find out the frequency for DL GPRS TBF release
during queuing.
This counter increments while DL GPRS TBF is released and instance still
in queuing state. The measurement point is A as shown in Figure 63.
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
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FI GURE 63 REL EASE DL GPRS TBF
PS
A
GPRS TBF

PS control plane
Release DL GPRS
TBF, instance still in
queuing

Times Unit

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Ch a p t e r 6
Downlink EGPRS Data
TBF Statistics

DL (DL) EGPRS data TBF statistics aims to measure the process
of cell-level EGPRS DL TBF establishment and release.
This chapter describes the definition, usage and measurement
point of various counters.
Overview
DL EGPRS data TBF statistics is used to observe the process of
EGPRS DL TBF establishment, maintenance and release.
The measurement takes cell as the statistics unit.
DL EGPRS Data TBF Statistics
Counter Index
Table 10 lists counters related to DL EGPRS data TBF statistics.
TAB L E 10- DL EGPRS DATA TBF STATI STI CS COUNTERS
Counter ID What It Counts
C901180002
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment requests
on CCCH/PCCCH
C901180003
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment requests
on PACCH
C901180004
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure due
to CPU
C901180005
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure due
to not support DTM
C901180007
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure due
to Abis congestion

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Counter ID What It Counts
C901180008
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure due
to RR congestion
C901180009
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure due
to UPPB-DSP channel congestion
C901180010
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment channel
allocate success
C901180011
Number of allocated PDCH for EGPRS DL TBF
establishment
C901180012
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure due
to channel activate failed
C901180013
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure due
to BTS connection failed
C901180014
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure due
to BIU connection failed
C901180015
Number of EGPRS DL TBF channel activate
establishment success
C901180016
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure on
CCCH/PCCCH due to not receive PIA
C901180017
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure on
CCCH/PCCCH due to UPPB-DSP congestion
C901180018
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure on
PACCH due to UPPB-DSP congestion
C901180019
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment success on
PCCCH/CCCH
C901180020
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment success on
PACCH
C901180023
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to Abis congestion for UL TBF
establishment
C901180024
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to RR congestion for UL TBF
establishment
C901180025
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to UPPB-DSP channel congestion for UL
TBF establishment
C901180026
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
success due to UL TBF establishment
C901180027
Number of allocated PDCH for EGPRS DL TBF
resource reallocation due to UL TBF establishment
C901180028
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to channel activate failure for UL TBF
establishment
C901180029
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to BTS connection failure for UL TBF
establishment
C901180030
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Counter ID What It Counts
failure due to BIU connection failure for UL TBF
establishment
C901180031
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
success of channel activate for UL TBF
establishment
C901180032
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to UL TBF establishment
C901180033
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
success due to UL TBF establishment
C901180036
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to Abis congestion for LLC transmission
C901180037
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to RR congestion for LLC transmission
C901180038
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to UPPB-DSP channel congestion for LLC
transmission
C901180039
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
success due to LLC transmission
C901180040
Number of allocated PDCH for EGPRS DL TBF
resource reallocation due to LLC transmission
C901180041
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to channel activate failure for LLC
transmission
C901180042
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to BTS connection failure for LLC
transmission
C901180043
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to BIU connection failure for LLC
transmission
C901180044
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
success of channel activate for LLC transmission
C901180045
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to LLC transmission
C901180046
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
success due to LLC transmission
C901180047 Number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to flush LL
C901180048
Number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to EGPRS
suspend requests
C901180049 Number of EGPRS DL TBF forcing release by CS
C901180050
Number of EGPRS DL TBF normal release due to
user plane requests
C901180051
Number of EGPRS DL TBF abnormal release due to
user plane requests
C901180052
Number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to NSVC
unavailability
C901180053
Number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to BVC

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Counter ID What It Counts
unavailability
C901180054
Number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to other
reasons
C901180055 Number of DL EGPRS TBF grab resources
C901180056 Number of grab instance by DL EGPRS TBF
C901180057 Number of DL EGPRS TBF queuing
C901180058 Number of DL EGPRS TBF queuing success
C901180059
Number of DL EGPRS TBF release TBF during
queuing
C901180002
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment requests on
CCCH/PCCCH
This counter counts the number of DL establishment requests
received by control plane when BSC initially attempts to
establish EGPRS DL TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of DL
establishment requests sent from CCCH/PCCCH and received by
control plane when BSC establishes EGPRS DL TBF.
When RANPS module receives the DL request
(EV_RANUMC_DLASS_REQ) sent from RANUMC module, the
counter increments. This measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 29.
Times
C901180003
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment requests on PACCH
This counter counts the number of establishing EGPRS DL TBF
on PACCH by MS.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of establishing DL
TBF in PACCH after MS has established EGPRS UL TBF.
After MS has established EGPRS UL TBF, RANPS module receives
EV_MAC_DL_ASSIGN_REQ message sent from RANU module,
the counter increments. This measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 30.
Times
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
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C901180004
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure due to CPU
No statistics temporarily.
C901180005
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure due to not
support DTM
No statistics temporarily.
C901180007
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure due to Abis
congestion
This counter counts the number of failures that RANPS applies to
database for resource and the cause of failures is Abis
congestion when BSC attempts to establish EGPRS DL TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of failures that
RANPS applies to database for resource and the cause of failures
is Abis congestion when BSC attempts to establish EGPRS DL
TBF.
The measurement is taken at two time points listed below:
After RANPS module receives DL request message
(EV_RANUMC_DLASS_REQ) sent from RANUMC module, if
resource application fails and the cause of failure is Abis
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 31.
After MS establishes EGPRS UL TBF, RANPS module receives
EV_MAC_DL_ASSIGN_REQ message sent from RANU module,
if resource application fails and the cause of failure is Abis
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 32.
Times
C901180008
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure due to RR
congestion
This counter counts the number of failures that RANPS applies to
database for resource and the cause of failures is RR congestion
when BSC attempts to establish EGPRS DL TBF. There are three
Definition
Description
Definition
Description
Definition
Description
Usage
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Point
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causes for RR congestion: MS per channel (number of MS
reaches the peak in each channel), TAI/TFI (no TAI or TFI) and
no PDCH (no PS channel).
This counter is used to find out the frequency of failures that
RANPS applies to database for resource and the cause of failures
is RR congestion when BSC attempts to establish EGPRS DL TBF.
The measurement is taken at two time points listed below:
After RANPS module receives DL request message
(EV_RANUMC_DLASS_REQ) sent from RANUMC module, if
resource application fails and the cause of failure is RR
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 33.
After MS establishes EGPRS UL TBF, RANPS module receives
EV_MAC_DL_ASSIGN_REQ message sent from RANU module,
if resource application fails and the cause of failure is RR
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 34.
Times
C901180009
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure due to UPPB-DSP
channel congestion
This counter counts the number of failures that RANPS applies to
database for resource and the cause of failures is UPPB-DSP
channel congestion when BSC attempts to establish EGPRS DL
TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of failures that
RANPS applies to database for resource and the cause of failures
is UPPB-DSP channel congestion when BSC attempts to establish
EGPRS DL TBF.
The measurement is taken at two time points listed below:
After RANPS module receives DL request message
(EV_RANUMC_DLASS_REQ) sent from RANUMC module, if
resource application fails and the cause of failure is UPPB-
DSP channel congestion, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 35.
After MS establishes EGPRS UL TBF, RANPS module receives
EV_MAC_DL_ASSIGN_REQ message sent from RANU module,
if resource application fails and the cause of failure is UPPB-
DSP channel congestion, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 36.
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C901180010
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment channel allocate
success
This counter counts the number of channel allocate success
applied by RANPS when BSC attempts to establish EGPRS DL
TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of successful
resource application that RANPS sends when BSC attempts to
establish EGPRS DL TBF.
After RANPS module receives DL request message
(EV_RANUMC_DLASS_REQ) sent from RANUMC module, when
resource application succeeds, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 37.
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C901180011
Number of allocated PDCH for EGPRS DL TBF establishment
This counter counts the number of successful allocated PDCH
when BSC attempts to establish EGPRS DL TBF.
This counter is used to find out the number of successful
allocated PDCH when BSC attempts to establish EGPRS DL TBF.
After RANPS module receives DL request message
(EV_RANUMC_DLASS_REQ) sent from RANUMC module, when
resource application succeeds, the counter accumulates the
PDCH number. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure
37.
Times
C901180012
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure due to channel
activate failed
This counter counts the number of PDCH activate failure when
BSC establishes EGPRS DL TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of PDCH activate
failure when BSC establishes EGPRS DL TBF (including
establishing DL TBF initially and establishing DL TBF while UL
TBF already exists).
The measurement is taken at two time points listed below:
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When BSC receives PDCH activation failure message reported
by BTS, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 38.
If wait for PDCH activate & connection response timer
expires, and BSC has not received PDCH activate response
message reported by BTS, the counter increments.
Times
C901180013
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure due to BTS
connection failed
This counter counts the number of connection failure due to BTS
connection failed when BSC establishes EGPRS DL TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of connection
failure due to BTS connection failed when BSC establishes
EGPRS DL TBF (including establishing DL TBF initially and
establishing DL TBF while UL TBF already exists).
The measurement is taken at two time points listed below:
If RANPS module receives connection failed message
reported by connection module, and the cause of failure is
BTS connection failed, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 39.
If wait for PDCH activate & connection response timer
expires, and BSC has not received connection success
response message reported by connection module, the
counter increments.
Times
C901180014
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure due to BIU
connection failed
This counter counts the number of connection failure due to BIU
connection failed when BSC establishes EGPRS DL TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of connection
failure due to BIU connection failed when BSC establishes EGPRS
DL TBF (including establishing DL TBF initially and establishing
DL TBF while UL TBF already exists).
If RANPS module receives connection failed message reported by
connection module, and the cause of failure is BIU connection failed, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 40.
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C901180015
Number of EGPRS DL TBF channel activate establishment
success
This counter counts the number of channel activate
establishment success when BSC establishes EGPRS DL TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of channel activate
establishment success when BSC establishes EGPRS DL TBF.
When RANPS module receives channel activate response
message reported by BTS and connection success response
message reported by connection module, the counter increments.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 42.
Times
C901180016
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure on CCCH/PCCCH
due to not receive PIA
This counter counts the number of DL immediate assignment
message sending failures when BSC establishes EGPRS DL TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of DL immediate
assignment message sending failures when BSC establishes
EGPRS DL TBF.
The measurement is taken at two time points listed below:
When RANPS module receives immediate assignment
sending failure message (EV_PACKET_PIA_DEL_IND)
reported by BTS, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 43.
If wait for immediate assignment sending indication timer
expires, and BSC has not received immediate assignment
sending message, the counter increments
Times
C901180017
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure on CCCH/PCCCH
due to UPPB-DSP congestion
No statistics for this counter is meaningless to EGPRS DL TBF.
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C901180018
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure on PACCH due to
UPPB-DSP congestion
No statistics for this counter is meaningless to EGPRS DL TBF.
C901180019
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment success on
PCCCH/CCCH
This counter counts the number of successful DL immediate
assignment message sendings when BSC establishes EGPRS DL
TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of EGPRS DL TBF
establishment success.
When RANPS module receives successful immediate assignment
sending message (SPS_ABIS_PACKET_SEND_PIA_IND) reported
by BTS, the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 44.
Times
C901180020
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment success on PACCH
No statistics temporarily.
C901180023
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
Abis congestion for UL TBF establishment
After MS establishes EGPRS DL TBF, it shall establish UL TBF on
PACCH. But resource application failure leads to DL resource
reallocation failure. This counter counts the number of DL
resource reallocation failure due to Abis congestion.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of EGPRS DL TBF
resource reallocation failure due to Abis congestion.
MS has established EGPRS DL TBF, and after RANPS module
receives EV_MAC_UL_ASSIGN_REQ message sent from RANU
module, if resource application fails due to Abis congestion, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 44.
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C901180024
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to RR
congestion for UL TBF establishment
After MS establishes EGPRS DL TBF, it shall establish UL TBF on
PACCH. But resource application failure leads to DL resource
reallocation failure. This counter counts the number of DL
resource reallocation failure due to RR congestion.
There are three causes for RR congestion: MS per channel
(number of MS reaches the peak in each channel), TAI/TFI (no
TAI or TFI) and no PDCH (no PS channel).
This counter is used to find out the frequency of EGPRS DL TBF
resource reallocation failure due to RR congestion.
MS has established EGPRS DL TBF, and after RANPS module
receives EV_MAC_UL_ASSIGN_REQ message sent from RANU
module, if resource application fails due to RR congestion, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 45.
Times
C901180025
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
UPPB-DSP channel congestion for UL TBF establishment
After MS establishes EGPRS DL TBF, it shall establish UL TBF in
PACCH. But resource application failure leads to DL resource
reallocation failure. This counter counts the number of DL
resource reallocation failures due to UPPB-DSP channel
congestion.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of EGPRS DL TBF
resource reallocation failure due to UPPB-DSP channel
congestion.
MS has established EGPRS DL TBF, and after RANPS module
receives EV_MAC_UL_ASSIGN_REQ message sent from RANU
module, if resource application fails due to UPPB-DSP channel
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 46.
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C901180026
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation success due to
UL TBF establishment
After MS establishes EGPRS DL TBF, it shall establish UL TBF in
PACCH. This counter counts the number of DL resource
application success.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of EGPRS DL TBF
resource reallocation success.
MS has established EGPRS DL TBF, and after RANPS module
receives EV_MAC_UL_ASSIGN_REQ message sent from RANU
module, if resource application succeeds, the counter increments.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 47.
Times
C901180027
Number of allocated PDCH for EGPRS DL TBF resource
reallocation due to UL TBF establishment
This counter counts the number of successfully allocated PDCH
when EGPRS DL TBF resource is reallocated.
This counter is used to find out the number of successfully
allocated PDCH when EGPRS DL TBF resource is reallocated.
MS has established EGPRS DL TBF, and after RANPS module
receives EV_MAC_UL_ASSIGN_REQ message sent from RANU
module, when resource application succeeds, the counter
accumulates the PDTCH number. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 47.
Times
C901180028
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
channel activate failure for UL TBF establishment
This counter counts the number of PDCH activate failure during
the process of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of PDCH activate
failure during the process of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation.
The measurement is taken at two time points listed below:
When BSC receives PDCH activate failure message reported
by BTS, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 38.
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If wait for PDCH activate & connection response timer
expires, and BSC has not received PDCH activate response
message reported by BTS, the counter increments.
Times
C901180029
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
BTS connection failure for UL TBF establishment
This counter counts the number of connection failure due to BTS
connection failure during the process of EGPRS DL TBF resource
reallocation.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of connection
failure due to BTS connection failure during the process of
EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation.
The measurement is taken at two time points listed below:
If RANPS module receives connection failure message
reported by connection module, and the cause of failure is
BTS connection failure, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 39.
If wait for PDCH activation & connection response timer
expires, and BSC has not received connection success
response message reported by connection module, the
counter increments.
Times
C901180030
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
BIU connection failure for UL TBF establishment
This counter counts the number of connection failure due to BIU
connection failure during the process of EGPRS DL TBF resource
reallocation.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of connection
failure due to BIU connection failure during the process of
EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation.
If RANPS module receives connection failure message reported
by connection module, and the cause of failure is BIU connection
failure, the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 40.
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C901180031
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation success of
channel activate for UL TBF establishment
This counter counts the number of channel activate success
during the process of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of channel activate
success during the process of EGPRS DL TBF resource
reallocation.
When RANPS module receives channel activate response
message reported by BTS and connection success response
message reported by connection module, the counter increments.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 48.
Times
C901180032
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to UL
TBF establishment
No statistics for this counter is meaningless to EGPRS DL TBF.
C901180033
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation success due to
UL TBF establishment
No statistics for this counter is meaningless to EGPRS DL TBF.
C901180036
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
Abis congestion for LLC transmission
During EGPRS DL TBF transmission, MAC sends resource
adjustment message (EV_MAC_RESOURCE_ADJU_REQ) to
RANPS due to UL/DL LLC changes. RANPS applies for resource
after it receives the message. This counter counts the number of
resource application failures after RANPS receives resource
adjustment request during EGPRS DL TBF transmission (the
cause of database application failure is Abis congestion).
This counter is used to find out the frequency of resource
application failures after RANPS receives resource adjustment
request during EGPRS DL TBF transmission (the cause of
database application failure is Abis congestion).
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After RANPS module receives EV_MAC_RESOURCE_ADJU_REQ
message sent from MAC, if resource application fails due to Abis
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 49.
Times
C901180037
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to RR
congestion for LLC transmission
During EGPRS DL TBF transmission, MAC sends resource
adjustment message (EV_MAC_RESOURCE_ADJU_REQ) to
RANPS due to UL/DL LLC changes. RANPS applies for resource
after it receives the message. This counter counts the number of
resource application failures after RANPS receives resource
adjustment request during EGPRS DL TBF transmission (the
cause of database application failure is RR congestion).
There are three causes for RR congestion: MS per channel
(number of MS reaches the peak in each channel), TAI/TFI (no
TAI or TFI) and no PDCH (no PS channel).
This counter is used to find out the frequency of resource
application failures after RANPS receives resource adjustment
request during EGPRS DL TBF transmission (the cause of
database application failure is RR congestion).
After RANPS module receives EV_MAC_RESOURCE_ADJU_REQ
message sent from MAC, if resource application fails due to RR
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 50.
Times
C901180038
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
UPPB-DSP channel congestion for LLC transmission
During EGPRS DL TBF transmission, MAC sends resource
adjustment message (EV_MAC_RESOURCE_ADJU_REQ) to
RANPS due to UL/DL LLC changes. RANPS applies for resource
after it receives the message. This counter counts the number of
resource reallocation failure after RANPS receives resource
adjustment request during EGPRS DL TBF transmission (the
cause of database application failure is UPPB-DSP channel
congestion).
This counter is used to find out the frequency of resource
reallocation failure after RANPS receives resource adjustment
request during EGPRS DL TBF transmission (the cause of
database application failure is UPPB-DSP channel congestion).
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After RANPS module receives EV_MAC_RESOURCE_ADJU_REQ
message sent from MAC, if resource application fails due to
UPPB-DSP channel congestion, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 51.
Times
C901180039
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation success due to
LLC transmission
During EGPRS DL TBF transmission, MAC sends resource
adjustment message (EV_MAC_RESOURCE_ADJU_REQ) to
RANPS due to UL/DL LLC changes. RANPS applies for resource
after it receives the message. This counter counts the number of
resource reallocation success after RANPS receives resource
adjustment request during EGPRS DL TBF transmission.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of resource
reallocation success after RANPS receives resource adjustment
request during EGPRS DL TBF transmission.
After RANPS module receives EV_MAC_RESOURCE_ADJU_REQ
message sent from MAC, if resource application succeeds, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 52.
Times
C901180040
Number of allocated PDCH for EGPRS DL TBF resource
reallocation due to LLC transmission
During EGPRS DL TBF transmission, MAC sends resource
adjustment message (EV_MAC_RESOURCE_ADJU_REQ) to
RANPS due to UL/DL LLC changes. RANPS applies for resource
after it receives the message. This counter counts the number of
successfully allocated PDCH after RANPS receives resource
adjustment request during EGPRS DL TBF transmission.
This counter is used to find out the number of successfully
allocated PDCH after RANPS receives resource adjustment
request during EGPRS DL TBF transmission.
After RANPS module receives EV_MAC_RESOURCE_ADJU_REQ
message sent from MAC, if resource application succeeds, the
counter accumulates the PDTCH number. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 52.
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C901180041
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
channel activate failure for LLC transmission
This counter counts the number of PDCH activate failure after
BSC receives resource adjustment request during EGPRS DL TBF
transmission.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of PDCH activate
failure after BSC receives resource adjustment request during
EGPRS DL TBF transmission.
The measurement is taken at two time points listed below:
When BSC receives PDCH activate failure message reported
by BTS, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 38.
If wait for PDCH activate & connection response timer
expires, and BSC has not received PDCH activate response
message reported by BTS, the counter increments.
Times
C901180042
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
BTS connection failure for LLC transmission
This counter counts the number of connection failure due to BTS
connection failure after BSC receives resource adjustment
request during EGPRS DL TBF transmission.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of connection
failure due to BTS connection failure after BSC receives resource
adjustment request during EGPRS DL TBF transmission.
The measurement is taken at two time points listed below:
If RANPS module receives connection failure message
reported by connection module, and the cause of failure is
BTS connection failure, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 39.
If wait for PDCH activate & connection response timer
expires, and BSC has not received connection success
response message reported by connection module, the
counter increments.
Times
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C901180043
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
BIU connection failure for LLC transmission
This counter counts the number of connection failure due to BIU
connection failure after BSC receives resource adjustment
request during EGPRS DL TBF transmission.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of connection
failure due to BIU connection failure after BSC receives resource
adjustment request during EGPRS DL TBF transmission.
If RANPS module receives connection failure message reported
by connection module, and the cause of failure is BIU connection
failure, the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 40.
Times
C901180044
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation success of
channel activate for LLC transmission
This counter counts the number of channel activate success after
BSC receives resource adjustment request during EGPRS DL TBF
transmission.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of channel activate
success after BSC receives resource adjustment request during
EGPRS DL TBF transmission.
When RANPS module receives channel activate response
message reported by BTS and connection success response
message reported by connection module, the counter increments.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 48.
Times
C901180045
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
LLC transmission
No statistics for this counter is meaningless to EGPRS DL TBF.
C901180046
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation success due to
LLC transmission
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No statistics for this counter is meaningless to EGPRS DL TBF.
C901180047
Number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to flush LL
This counter counts the number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to
flush LL.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of EGPRS DL TBF
forcing Release Requests due to flush LL received by RANPS.
When RANPS module receives Release Request message
(EV_RANUMC_REL_CMD) reported by RANUMC, if the cause of
release is flush LL, and EGPRS DL TBF exists, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 53.
Times
C901180048
Number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to EGPRS suspend
requests
This counter counts the number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to
EGPRS suspend requests.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of EGPRS DL TBF
forcing Release Requests due to suspend requests received by
RANPS.
When RANPS module receives Release Request message
(EV_RANUMC_REL_CMD) reported by RANUMC, if the cause of
release is SUSPEND, and EGPRS DL TBF exists, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 54.
Times
C901180049
Number of EGPRS DL TBF forcing release by CS
This counter counts the number of EGPRS DL TBF forcing release
by CS due to PDCH REL.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of EGPRS DL TBF
forcing Release Requests (EV_RANCCM_PDCH_REL) received by
RANPS.
When RANPS module receives Release Request message
(EV_RANCCM_PDCH_REL) reported by RANCCM module, if
EGPRS DL TBF exists, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 55.
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C901180050
Number of EGPRS DL TBF normal release due to user plane
requests
This counter counts the number of EGPRS DL TBF normal release
due to normal Release Request by MAC.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of EGPRS DL TBF
forcing Release Requests due to normal Release Request by MAC
received by RANPS.
When RANPS module receives Release Request message
(EV_MAC_REL_IND) reported by MAC, if the cause of release is
normal Release Request by MAC, and EGPRS DL TBF exists, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 56.
Times
C901180051
Number of EGPRS DL TBF abnormal release due to user plane
requests
This counter counts the number of EGPRS DL TBF abnormal
release due to abnormal Release Request by MAC.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of EGPRS DL TBF
forcing Release Requests due to abnormal Release Request by
MAC received by RANPS.
When RANPS module receives Release Request message
(EV_MAC_REL_IND) reported by MAC, if the cause of release is
abnormal Release Request by MAC, and EGPRS DL TBF exists,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 57.
Times
C901180052
Number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to NSVC unavailability
This counter counts the number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to
NSVC unavailability.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of EGPRS DL TBF
forcing Release Requests due to NSVC unavailability received by
RANPS.
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When RANPS module receives Release Request message
(EV_RANUMC_REL_CMD) reported by RANUMC, if the cause of
release is NSVC unavailability, and EGPRS DL TBF exists, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 58.
Times
C901180053
Number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to BVC unavailability
This counter counts the number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to
BVC unavailability.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of EGPRS DL TBF
forcing Release Requests due to BVC unavailability received by
RANPS.
When RANPS module receives Release Request message
(EV_RANUMC_REL_CMD) reported by RANUMC, if the cause of
release is BVC unavailability, and EGPRS DL TBF exists, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 59.
Times
C901180054
Number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to other reasons
This counter counts the number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to
other reasons.
This counter is used to find out the frequency of EGPRS DL TBF
forcing Release Requests due to other reasons received by
RANPS.
When RANPS module receives Release Request message
(EV_RANUMC_REL_CMD) reported by RANUMC, if the reason of
release is others, and EGPRS DL TBF exists, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 60.
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Ch a p t e r 7
Uplink GPRS Data TBF
Statistics

UL GPRS data TBF statistics collects information about the
process of establishment and release of UL GPRS TBF(cell). This
chapter contains detailed information about counters related to
UL GPRS data TBF statistic.
Overview
UL GPRS data TBF statistics collects the information about the
establishment, maintain and release of UL GPRS TBF. The
statistic unit is cell.
UL GPRS Data TBF Statistics
Counter Index
Table 11 lists counters related to UL GPRS data TBF statistics.
TAB L E 11 - UL GPRS DATA TBF STATI STI CS COUNTER
Counter ID What It Counts
C901190002
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment
requests on CCCH
C901190003
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment
requests on CCCH
C901190004
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment
requests on PCCCH
C901190005
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment
requests on PCCCH
C901190006
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment
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Counter ID What It Counts
C901190007
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment
due to ONE PHASE access
C901190008
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment
due to single block packet access
C901190009
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment
due to response paging
C901190010
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment
due to cell updating
C901190011
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment
due to mobility management
C901190012
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment
due to TWO PHASE access
C901190013
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment
due to short access
C901190015
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment
failure due to Abis congestion
C901190016
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment
failure due to RR congestion
C901190017
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment
failure due to UPPB-DSP channel
congestion
C901190018
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment
channel allocate success
C901190019
Number of cell success for GPRS UL
assignment due to ONE PHASE access
C901190020
Number of cell success for GPRS UL
assignment due to single block packet
access
C901190021
Number of cell success for GPRS UL
assignment due to response paging
C901190022
Number of cell success for GPRS UL
assignment due to cell updating
C901190023
Number of cell success for GPRS UL
assignment due to mobility management
C901190024
Number of cell success for GPRS UL
assignment due to TWO PHASE access
C901190025
Number of cell success for GPRS UL
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Counter ID What It Counts
C901190026
Number of allocated PDCH for GPRS UL
TBF establishment
C901190027
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment
failure due to channel activate failed
C901190028
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment
failure due to BTS connection failed
C901190029
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment
failure due to BIU connection failed
C901190030
Number of GPRS UL TBF channel activate
establishment success
C901190031
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment
failure due to not receive PIA
C901190032
Number of GPRS UL TBF establisment
failure on PCCCH/CCCH due to UPPB-DSP
congestion
C901190033
Number of GPRS UL TBF establisment
failure on PACCH due to UPPB-DSP
congestion
C901190034
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment
success on PCCCH/CCCH
C901190035
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment
success on PACCH
C901190038
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to Abis congestion
for DL TBF establishment
C901190039
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to RR congestion
for DL TBF establishment
C901190040
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to UPPB-DSP
channel congestion for DL TBF
establishment
C901190041
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation success due to DL TBF
establishment
C901190042
Number of allocated PDCH for GPRS UL
TBF resource reallocation due to DL TBF
establishment
C901190043
Number of GPRS UL TBF resourse
reallocation failure due to channel activate
failure for DL TBF establishment
C901190044
Number of GPRS UL TBF resourse
reallocation failure due to BTS connection
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Counter ID What It Counts
C901190045
Number of GPRS UL TBF resourse
reallocation failure due to BIU connection
failure for DL TBF establishment
C901190046
Number of GPRS UL TBF resourse
reallocation success of channel activate for
DL TBF establishment
C901190047
Number of GPRS UL TBF resourse
reallocation failure due to DL TBF
establishment
C901190048
Number of GPRS UL TBF resourse
reallocation success due to DL TBF
establishment
C901190051
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to Abis congestion
for LLC transmission
C901190052
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to RR congestion
for LLC transmission
C901190053
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to UPPB-DSP
channel congestion for LLC transmission
C901190054
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation success due to LLC
transmission
C901190055
Number of allocated PDCH for GPRS UL
TBF resource reallocation due to LLC
transmission
C901190056
Number of GPRS UL TBF resourse
reallocation failure due to channel activate
failure for LLC transmission
C901190057
Number of GPRS UL TBF resourse
reallocation failure due to BTS connection
failure for LLC transmission
C901190058
Number of GPRS UL TBF resourse
reallocation failure due to BIU connection
failure for LLC transmission
C901190059
Number of GPRS UL TBF resourse
reallocation success of channel activate for
LLC transmission
C901190060
Number of GPRS UL TBF resourse
reallocation failure due to LLC transmission
C901190061
Number of GPRS UL TBF resourse
reallocation success due to LLC
transmission
C901190064
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to Abis congestion
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Counter ID What It Counts
C901190065
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to RR congestion
for resource request
C901190066
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to UPPB-DSP
channel congestion for resource request
C901190067
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation success due to resource
request
C901190068
Number of allocated PDCH for GPRS UL
TBF resource reallocation due to resource
request
C901190069
Number of GPRS UL TBF resourse
reallocation failure due to channel activate
failure for resource request
C901190070
Number of GPRS UL TBF resourse
reallocation failure due to BTS connection
failure for resource request
C901190071
Number of GPRS UL TBF resourse
reallocation failure due to BIU connection
failure for resource request
C901190072
Number of GPRS UL TBF resourse
reallocation success of channel activate for
resource request
C901190073
Number of GPRS UL TBF resourse
reallocation failure due to resource request
C901190074
Number of GPRS UL TBF resourse
reallocation success due to resource
request
C901190075
Number of GPRS UL TBF release due to
flush LL
C901190076
Number of GPRS UL TBF release due to
GPRS suspend requests
C901190077
Number of GPRS UL TBF forcing release by
CS
C901190078
Number of GPRS UL TBF normal release
due to user plane requests
C901190079
Number of GPRS UL TBF abnormal release
due to user plane requests
C901190080
Number of GPRS UL TBF release due to
NSVC unavailability
C901190081
Number of GPRS UL TBF release due to
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Counter ID What It Counts
C901190082
Number of GPRS UL TBF release due to
other reasons
C901190083
Number of UL GPRS TBF grab resources
C901190084
Number of grab instance by UL GPRS TBF
C901190085
Number of UL GPRS TBF queuing
C901190086
Number of UL GPRS TBF queuing success
C901190087
Number of UL GPRS TBF release TBF
during queuing
C901190002
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment requests on CCCH
This counter counts the number of channel requests on CCCH
when MS using GPRS service
This counter is used to find out the frequency of channel
requests on CCCH when MS attempts using GPRS service.
When BSC receives channel requests on CCCH from MS, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 64.
FI GURE 64 - CHANNEL REQUEST
Channel Request
BTS BSC
A

Times
C901190003
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment requests on CCCH
This counter is not meaningful in UL GPRS TBF and is not used.
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description


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C901190004
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment requests on PCCCH
This counter counts the number of packet channel requests on
PCCCH when MS attempts using GPRS service
This counter is used to find out the frequency of channel
requests on PCCCH when MS attempts using GPRS service.
When BSC receives channel requests on PCCCH from MS, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 65.
FI GURE 65 - PACK ET CHANNEL REQUEST

Times
C901190005
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment requests on PCCCH
This counter is not meaningful in UL GPRS TBF statistic, and is
not used.
C901190006
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment requests on PACCH
The counter counts the number of UL GPRS TBF establishment
attempts on PACCH.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL GPRS TBF
establishment attempts on PACCH under the situation when DL
GPRS TBF is already established.
In the situation when DL GPRS TBF is established, PS control
plane receives UL assignment request message from PS user
plane, the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 66.
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point

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FI GURE 66 UL ASSI GNMENT REQUEST ( DL GPRS TBF AL READY
ESTAB L I SHED)

Times
C901190007
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment due to ONE PHASE
access
This counter counts the number of channel requests on CCCH
when MS attempting UL GPRS TBF establishment or the number
of packet channel requests on PCCCH due to one phase access.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL GPRS TBF
establishment attempts due to one phase access.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
If BSC receives channel requests from MS on CCCH due to
one phase access, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 67.
FI GURE 67 - CHANNEL REQUESTS ON CCCH DUE TO ONE PHASE ACCESS

If BSC receives channel requests from MS on CCCH due to
one phase access, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 68.
FI GURE 68 - PACK ET CHANNEL REQUESTS ON CCCH DUE TO ONE PHASE
ACCESS

Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point


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Times
C901190008
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment due to single block
packet access
This counter counts the number of packet channel requests on
PCCCH when MS attempts UL GPRS TBF establishment due to
single block packet access.
This counter is used to find out the number of packet channel
requests when MS attempting UL GPRS TBF establishment due
to single block packet access.
If BSC receives channel requests on PCCCH from MS due to
single block packet access. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 69.
FI GURE 69 - CHANNEL REQUEST DUE TO SI NGL E BL OCK PACK ET ACCESS

Times
C901190009
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment due to response
paging
This counter counts the number of packet channel requests
when MS attempting UL GPRS TBF establishment due to
response paging.
This counter is used to find out the number of packet channel
requests when MS attempting UL GPRS TBF establishment due
to response paging.
When BSC receives channel requests on PCCCH from MS due to
response paging, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 70.
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point

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FI GURE 70 - CHANNEL REQUEST DUE TO RESPONSE PAGI NG
BTS BSC
A
PacketChannelRequest(duetoresponse
paging)

Times
C901190010
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment due to cell updating
This counter counts the number of packet channel requests
when MS attempting UL GPRS TBF establishment due to cell
update.
This counter is used to find out the number of packet channel
requests when MS attempting UL GPRS TBF establishment due
to cell update.
When BSC receives channel requests on PCCCH from MS duet to
cell update, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 71.
FI GURE 71 - CHANNEL REQUESTS DUE TO CEL L UPDATE

Times
C901190011
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment due to mobility
management.
The counter counts the number of packet channel requests on
PCCCH when MS attempting UL GPRS TBF establishment due to
mobile management.
This counter is used to find out the number of packet channel
requests when MS attempting UL GPRS TBF establishment due
to mobile management.
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage


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If BSC receives channel requests on PCCCH from MS due to
mobile management, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 72.
FI GURE 72 - CHANNEL REQUESTS DUE TO MOB I L E MANA GEMENT

Times
C901190012
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment due to TWO PHASE
access
This counter counts the number of channel requests on CCCH
when MS attempting UL GPRS TBF establishment or the number
of packet channel requests on PCCCH due to two phase access.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL GPRS TBF
establishment attempts due to two phase access.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
If BSC receives channel requests from MS on CCCH due to
two phase access, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 73.
FI GURE 73 - CHANNEL REQUESTS ON CCCH DUE TO TWO PHASE ACCESS
BTS BSC
A
ChannelRequest(duetotwophase
access)

If BSC receives channel requests from MS on CCCH due to
one phase access, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 74.
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point

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FI GURE 74 - PACK ET CHANNEL REQUESTS ON PCCCH DUE TO TWO PHASE
ACCESS
PacketChannelRequest(duetotwophase
access)
BTS BSC
A

Times
C901190013
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment due to short access
This counter counts the number of packet channel requests on
PCCCH when MS attempting UL GPRS TBF establishment due to
short access.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL GPRS TBF
establishment attempts due to short access.
If BSC receives packet channel requests on PCCCH from MS on
PCCCH due to short access, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 75.
FI GURE 75 - PACK ET CHANNEL REQUESTS ON PCCCH DUE TO SHORT
ACCESS

Times
C901190015
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment failure due to Abis
congestion
The counter records the number of DB resource application
failure when attempting UL GPRS TBF establishment due to Abis
congestion.
This counter is used to find out the number of DB resource
application failure when attempting UL GPRS TBF establishment
due to Abis congestion.
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage


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The counter accumulates at the following three time points:
If PS control plane receives channel requests from MS on
CCCH and fails to apply for DB resource due to Abis
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 76.
FI GURE 76 - DB RESOURCE REQUESTS FAI L URE DUE TO AB I S CONGESTI ON
( CCCH)

If PS control panel receives channel requests from MS on
CCCH and fails to apply for DB resource due to Abis
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 77.
FI GURE 77 - DB RESOURCE REQUESTS FAI L URE DUE TO AB I S CONGESTI ON
( PCCCH)

If PS control panel receives UL assignment request messages
from PS user plane on CCCH and fails to apply for DB
resource due to Abis congestion, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 78.
FI GURE 78 - DB RESOURCE REQUESTS FAI L URE DUE TO AB I S CONGESTI ON
( DL GPRS TBF AL READY ESTAB L I SHED)

Times
Measurement
Point
Unit

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C901190016
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment failure due to RR
congestion
The counter records the number of DB resource request failure
when attempting UL GPRS TBF establishment due to radio
resource congestion. There are three causes that lead to radio
resource congestion: MS per channel (MS number on each
channel reaches its maximum), no TAI/TFI and no PDCH
This counter is used to find out the number of DB resource
application failure when attempting UL GPRS TBF establishment
due to RR congestion.
The counter accumulates at the following three time points:
If PS control plane receives channel requests from MS on
CCCH and fails to apply for DB resource due to RR
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 79.
FI GURE 79 - DB RESOURCE REQUESTS FAI L URE DUE TO RR CONGESTI ON
( CCCH)

If PS control panel receives channel requests from MS on
CCCH and fails to apply for DB resource due to RR
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 80.
FI GURE 80 - DB RESOURCE REQUESTS FAI L URE DUE TO RR CONGESTI ON
( PCCCH)

If PS control panel receives UL assignment request messages
from PS user plane on CCCH and fails to apply for DB
resource due to RR congestion, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 81.
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point


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FI GURE 81 - DB RESOURCE REQUESTS FAI L URE DUE TO AB I S CONGESTI ON
( DL GPRS TBF AL READY ESTAB L I SHED)

Times
C901190017
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment failure due to UPPB-DSP
channel congestion
The counter records the number of DB resource application
failure when attempting UL GPRS TBF establishment due to
UPPB-DSP channel congestion.
This counter is used to find out the number of DB resource
application failure when attempting UL GPRS TBF establishment
due to UPPB-DSP channel congestion.
The counter accumulates at the following three time points:
If PS control plane receives channel requests from MS on
CCCH and fails to apply for DB resource due to UPPB-DSP
channel congestion, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 82.
FI GURE 82 - DB RESOURCE REQUESTS FAI L URE DUE TO UPPB- DSP
CHANNEL CONGESTI ON ( CCCH)

If PS control panel receives channel requests from MS on
PCCCH and fails to apply for DB resource due to UPPB-DSP
channel congestion, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 83.
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point

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FI GURE 83 - DB RESOURCE REQUESTS FAI L URE DUE TO AB I S CONGESTI ON
( PCCCH)

If PS control panel receives UL assignment request messages
from PS user plane on CCCH (DL GPRS TBF already
established) and fails to apply for DB resource due to UPPB-
DSP congestion, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 84.
FI GURE 84 - DB RESOURCE REQUESTS FAI L URE DUE TO DPPB- DSP
CONGESTI ON ( DL GPRS TBF AL READY ESTAB L I SHED)

Times
C901190018
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment channel allocate success
This counter counts the number of DB resource request
successes when attempting UL GPRS TBF establishment.
This counter is used to find out the number of DB resource
request successes when attempting UL GPRS TBF establishment.
The counter accumulates at the following three time points:
If PS control plane receives channel requests from MS on
CCCH and succeeds in applying for DB resource, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure
85.
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point


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FI GURE 85 - DB RESOURCE REQUEST SUCCESSES

If PS control panel receives channel requests from MS on
PCCCH and succeed in applying for DB resource, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure
86.
FI GURE 86 - DB RESOURCE REQUEST SUCCESSES

If only GPRS is supported in the network, PS control plane
receives EGPRS channel request on CCCH or on PCCCH from
MS, and DB resource request succeeds, the counter
increments.
Times
C901190019
Number of cell success for GPRS UL assignment due to ONE
PHASE access.
This counter counts the number of successful UL GPRS TBF
establishment due to one phase access.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL GPRS TBF
establishment successes due to one phase access.
The counter accumulates at the following three time points:
If PS control plane receives channel requests from MS on
CCCH due to one phase access and DB resource requests
succeeds, the counter increments. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 87.
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point

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FI GURE 87 - CHANNEL REQUEST SUCCESSES ON CCCH DUE TO ONE PHASE
ACCESS

If BSC receives channel requests from MS on CCCH due to
one phase access, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 88.
FI GURE 88 - PACK ET CHANNEL REQUEST SUCCESSES ON CCCH DUE TO ONE
PHASE ACCESS

If only GPRS is supported in the network, PS control plane
receives EGPRS channel request on CCCH or on PCCCH from
MS, and DB resource request succeeds, the counter
increments.
Times
C901190020
Number of cell success for GPRS UL assignment due to single
block packet access
This counter counts the number of successful UL GPRS TBF
establishment due to single block packet access.
This counter is used to find out the number of successful UL
GPRS TBF establishment due to single block packet access.
If PS control plane receives packet channel requests on PCCCH
from MS due to single block packet access and DB resource
request succeeds. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 89.
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point


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FI GURE 89 - CHANNEL REQUESTS SUCCESSES DUE TO SI NGL E BL OCK
PACK ET ACCESS

Times
C901190021
Number of cell success for GPRS UL assignment due to response
paging
This counter counts the number of successful UL GPRS TBF
establishment due to response paging.
This counter is used to find out the number of packet channel
requests when MS attempting UL GPRS TBF establishment due
to response paging.
When PS control plane receives channel requests on PCCCH from
MS due to response paging and DB resource request succeeds,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 90.
FI GURE 90 - DB RESOURCE REQUEST SUCCESSES DUE TO RESPONSE PAGI NG

Times
C901190022
Number of cell success for GPRS UL assignment due to cell
updating
This counter counts the number of successful UL GPRS TBF
establishment due to cell update.
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage

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This counter is used to find out the number of successful UL
GPRS TBF establishment due to cell update.
When PS control plane receives channel requests on PCCCH from
MS duet to cell update and DB resource request succeeds, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 91.
FI GURE 91 - DB RESOURCE REQUEST SUCCESSES DUE TO CEL L UPDATE

Times
C901190023
Number of cell success for GPRS UL assignment due to mobility
management.
The counter counts the number of successful UL GPRS TBF
establishment due to mobile management.
This counter is used to find out the number of successful UL
GPRS TBF establishment due to mobile management.
If PS control plane receives channel requests on PCCCH from MS
due to mobile management and DB resource request succeeds,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 92.
FI GURE 92 - DB RESOURCE REQUEST SUCCESSES DUE TO MOB I L E
MANAGEMENT ( PCCCH)

Times
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit


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C901190024
Number of cell success for GPRS UL assignment due to TWO
PHASE access
This counter counts the number of successful UL GPRS TBF
establishment due to two phase access.
This counter is used to find out the number of successful UL
GPRS TBF establishment due to two phase access.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
If BSC receives channel requests from MS on CCCH due to
two phase access and DB resource request succeeds, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 93.
FI GURE 93 - DB RESOURCE REQUEST SUCCESSES DUE TO TWO PHASE
ACCESS ( CCCH)

If BSC receives channel requests from MS on PCCCH due to
two phase access and DB resource request succeeds, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 94.
FI GURE 94 - DB RESOURCE REQUEST SUCCESSES ON PCCCH DUE TO TWO
PHASE ACCESS

Times
C901190025
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition

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Number of cell success for GPRS UL assignment due to short
access
This counter counts the number of successful UL GPRS TBF
establishment due to short access.
This counter is used to find out the number of successful UL
GPRS TBF establishment due to short access.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
If BSC receives channel requests from MS on CCCH due to
short access and DB resource request succeeds, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure
95.
FI GURE 95 - DB RESOURCE REQUEST SUCCESSES DUE TO SHORT ACCESS
( PCCCH)

If only GPRS is supported in the network, PS control plane
receives EGPRS channel request on CCCH or on PCCCH from
MS, and DB resource request succeeds, the counter
increments.
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C901190026
Number of allocated PDCH for GPRS UL TBF establishment
This counter counts the number of successfully assigned PDTCH
when UL GPRS TBF successfully established.
This counter is used to find out the number of successfully
assigned PDTCH when UL GPRS TBF successfully established.
The counter accumulates at the following three time points:
When PS control plane receives channel requests on CCCH
from MS and DB resource requests succeed, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure
95.
When PS control plane receives packet channel requests on
PCCCH from MS, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 96.
If only GPRS is supported in the network, PS control plane
receives EGPRS channel request on CCCH or on PCCCH from
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MS, and DB resource request succeeds, the counter
increments.
Times
C901190027
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment failure due to channel
activate failed
This counter counts the number of PDTCH activate failure when
establishing UL GPRS TBF.
This counter is used to find out the number of PDTCH activate
failure when establishing UL GPRS TBF (including initially
establish UL TBF and establish UL TBF when DL TBF exists).
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
When BSC receives PDTCH channel activate failure message
reported by BTS, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 38.
When wait for PDTCH channel activation and connection
response counter times out and BSC fails to receive PDTCH
activate response message reported by BTS, this counter
increments.
Times
C901190028
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment failure due to BTS
connection failed
This counter counts the number of failure to establish UL GPRS
TBF due to BTS connection failure.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL GPRS TBF
establishment failure (including initially establish UL TBF and
establish UL TBF when DL TBF exists) due to BTS connection
failure.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
When PS control plane receives connection failure message
reported by connection module due to BTS connection failure,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 39.
When wait for PDTCH channel activate and connection
response counter times out and BSC fails to receive
connection success response message reported by
connection module, this counter increments.
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C901190029
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment failure due to BIU
connection failed
This counter counts the number of failure to establish UL GPRS
TBF due to BIU connection failure.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL GPRS TBF
establishment failure (including initially establish UL TBF and
establish UL TBF when DL TBF exists) due to BIU connection
failure.
When PS control plane receives connection failure message
reported by connection modules due to BIU connection failure,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 40.
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C901190030
Number of GPRS UL TBF channel activate establishment success
This counter counts the number of channel activate and
connection successes when establishing UL GPRS TBF.
This counter is used to find out the number of channel activate
and connection successes when establishing UL GPRS TBF.
When PS control plane receives channel activate response
message reported by BTS and connection successes
acknowledgement message reported by connection module, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 49.
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C901190031
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment failure due to not receive
PIA
This counter counts the number of failure to send immediate
assignment message to MS when establishing UL GPRS TBF.
This counter is used to find out the number of failure to send
immediate assignment message to MS when establishing UL
GPRS TBF.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
When PS control plane receives immediate assignment
failure message reported by BTS, the counter increments.
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When wait for immediate assignment and sending
indication counter times out and BSC fails to receive
immediate assignment and sending indication message, the
counter increments.
Times
C901190032
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment failure on PCCCH/CCCH
due to UPPB-DSP congestion
This counter counts the number of failure to establish UL GPRS
TBF.
This counter is used to find out the number of failure to establish
UL GPRS TBF.
When PS control plane assigns single block through two phase
access from PS user plane, or gets access to PS user plane
through one phase access and starts assignment timer. If the
timer times out, resource request from PS user plane (two phase
access) is not received or indication (one phase access) is not
established, the counter increments. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 96
FI GURE 96 - UL GPRS TBF ESTAB L I SHMENT ON PCCCH/ CCCH

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Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment failure on PACCH due to
UPPB-DSP congestion
This counter is not used currently.
C901190034
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment success on PCCCH/CCCH
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This counter counts the number of successful UL GPRS TBF
establishment and receiving MS TLL1.
This counter is used to find out the number of successful UL
GPRS TBF establishment and receiving MS TLL1.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
When PS control plane receives MS TLL1 MAC establishment
indication message reported by PS user plane in the
premise of one phase access, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 97.
FI GURE 97 - UL ONE- PHASE- ACCESS RESOURCE ASSI GNMENT SUCCESSES

PS control plane receives resource request message from PS
user plane in the premise of two phase access, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure
98.
FI GURE 98 - UL TWO- PHASE- ACCESS SI NGL E BL OCK ASSI GNMENT
SUCCESSES

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C901190035
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment success on PACCH
This counter is not used currently.
C901190038
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to Abis
congestion for DL TBF establishment
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In the situation when UL GPRS TBF is already established, DL
TBF is needed to be established on PACCH; DB resource request
fails which leads to UL resource reallocation failure. The counter
records the number of UL resource reallocation failure due to
Abis resource congestion.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL GPRS TBF
reallocation failure due to Abis congestion.
In the situation when UL GPRS TBF is established, PS control
plane receives DL assignment request message from PS user
plane, and DB resource request fails due to Abis congestion, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 32.
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C901190039
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to RR
congestion for DL TBF establishment
In the situation when UL GPRS TBF is already established, DL
TBF is needed to be established on PACCH; DB resource request
fails which leads to UL resource reallocation failure. The counter
records the number of UL resource reallocation failure due to
Abis resource congestion.
There are three causes which lead to radio resource congestion:
MS per channel (MS number per channel reaches its maximum),
TAI/TFI (no TAI or TFI available) and no PDCH available.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL GPRS TBF
reallocation failure due to RR congestion.
In the situation when UL GPRS TBF is established, PS control
plane receives DL assignment request message from PS user
plane, and DB resource request fails due to RR congestion, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 34.
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C901190040
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
UPPB-DSP channel congestion for DL TBF establishment
In the situation when UL GPRS TBF is already established, DL
TBF is needed to be established on PACCH; DB resource request
fails which leads to UL resource reallocation failure. The counter
records the number of UL resource reallocation failure due to
UPPB-DSP channel resource congestion.
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This counter is used to find out the number of UL GPRS TBF
reallocation failure due to UPPB-DSP channel congestion.
In the situation when UL GPRS TBF is established, PS control
plane receives DL assignment request message from PS user
plane, and DB resource request fails due to UPPB-DSP channel
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 36.
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C901190041
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation success due to DL
TBF establishment
The counter records the number of successful DL TBF
establishment on PACCH when UL GPRS TBF is already
established.
This counter is used to find out the number of DL GPRS TBF
reallocation successes.
In the situation when UL GPRS TBF is established, PS control
plane receives DL assignment request message from PS user
plane, and DB resource request succeeds, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 37.
Times
C901190042
Number of allocated PDCH for GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation
due to DL TBF establishment
The counter records the number of successful allocated PDTCH
when UL GPRS TBF is successfully reallocated.
This counter is used to find out the number of successful
allocated PDTCH when UL GPRS TBF is successfully reallocated.
In the situation when UL GPRS TBF is established, PS control
plane receives DL assignment request message from PS user
plane, and DB resource request succeeds, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 37.
Times
C901190043
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
channel activate failure for DL TBF establishment
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The counter records the number of PDTCH activate failure during
UL GPRS TBF resource reallocation.
This counter is used to find out the number of PDTCH activate
failure during UL GPRS TBF resource reallocation.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
When BSC receives PDTCH channel activate failure message
from BTS, the counter increments. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 38.
When Wait for PDTCH channel activation and connection
response timer times out, and BSC fails to receive PDTCH
channel activate response message from BTS, the counter
increments.
Times
C901190044
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to BTS
connection failure for DL TBF establishment
The counter records the number of BTS connection failure during
UL GPRS TBF resource reallocation.
This counter is used to find out the number of BTS connection
failure during UL GPRS TBF resource reallocation.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
When PS control plane receives connection failure message
from connection module due to BTS connection failure, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 39.
When Wait for PDTCH channel activation and connection
response timer times out, and BSC fails to receive
connection success message from connection module, the
counter increments.
Times
C901190045
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to BIU
connection failure for DL TBF establishment
The counter records the number of BIU connection failure during
UL GPRS TBF resource reallocation.
This counter is used to find out the number of BIU connection
failure during UL GPRS TBF resource reallocation.
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When PS control plane receives connection failure message from
connection module due to BIU connection failure, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 40.
Times
C901190046
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation success of channel
activate for DL TBF establishment
The counter records the number of channel activate and
connection successes during UL GPRS TBF resource reallocation.
This counter is used to find out the number of channel activate
and connection successes during UL GPRS TBF resource
reallocation.
When PS control plane receives channel activate ack message
and connection success ack message from connection module
due to BIU connection failure, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 49.
Times
C901190047
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to DL
TBF establishment.
The counter is not used currently.
C901190048
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation success due to DL
TBF establishment.
The counter is not used currently.
C901190051
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to Abis
congestion for LLC transmission
During UL EGPRS TBF transmission process, PS user plane sends
resource reallocation message to PS control plane due to LLC
frame change; PS control plane requests DB resource after
receiving the message. The counter records the number of DB
resource request failure due to Abis resource congestion after PS
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control plane receiving resource reallocation request during UL
EGPRS TBF transmission process.
This counter is used to find out DB resource request failure due
to Abis resource congestion after PS control plane receiving
resource reallocation request during UL EGPRS TBF transmission
process.
When PS control plane receives resource reallocation message
from PS user plane, and DB resource request fails due to Abis
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 50.
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C901190052
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to RR
congestion for LLC transmission
During UL EGPRS TBF transmission process, PS user plane sends
resource reallocation message to PS control plane due to LLC
frame change; PS control plane requests DB resource after
receiving the message. The counter records the number of DB
resource request failure due to radio resource congestion after
PS control plane receiving resource reallocation request during
UL EGPRS TBF transmission process.
There are three causes leading to RR congestion: MS per
channel (reaches its maximum), TAI/TFI (not available), and no
PDTCH.
This counter is used to find out DB resource request failure due
to RR congestion after PS control plane receiving resource
reallocation request during UL EGPRS TBF transmission process.
When PS control plane receives resource reallocation message
from PS user plane, and DB resource request fails due to RR
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 51.
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C901190053
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
UPPB-DSP channel congestion for LLC transmission
During UL EGPRS TBF transmission process, PS user plane sends
resource reallocation message to PS control plane due to LLC
frame change; PS control plane requests DB resource after
receiving the message. The counter records the number of DB
resource request failure due to UPPB-DSP channel congestion
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after PS control plane receiving resource reallocation request
during UL EGPRS TBF transmission process.
This counter is used to find out DB resource request failure due
to UPPB-DSP channel congestion after PS control plane receiving
resource reallocation request during UL EGPRS TBF transmission
process.
When PS control plane receives resource reallocation message
from PS user plane, and DB resource request fails due to UPPB-
DSP channel congestion, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 52.
Times
C901190054
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation success due to
LLC transmission
During UL EGPRS TBF transmission process, PS user plane sends
resource reallocation message to PS control plane due to LLC
frame change; PS control plane requests DB resource after
receiving the message. The counter records the number of DB
resource request successes after PS control plane receiving
resource reallocation request during UL EGPRS TBF transmission
process.
This counter is used to find out DB resource request success due
after PS control plane receiving resource reallocation request
during UL EGPRS TBF transmission process.
When PS control plane receives resource reallocation message
from PS user plane, and DB resource request succeeds, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 53.
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C901190055
Number of allocated PDCH for GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation
due to LLC transmission.
During UL EGPRS TBF transmission process, PS user plane sends
resource reallocation message to PS control plane due to LLC
frame change; PS control plane requests DB resource after
receiving the message. The counter records the number of
successfully allocated PDTCH after PS control plane receiving
resource reallocation requests during UL GPRS TBF.
This counter is used to find out the number of successful
allocated PDTCH when UL GPRS TBF is successfully reallocated.
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When PS control plane receives resource reallocation message
from PS user plane, and DB resource request succeeds, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 53.
Times
C901190056
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
channel activate failure for DL TBF establishment
The counter records the number of PDTCH activate failure after
BSC receiving resource reallocation request during UL GPRS TBF
resource reallocation.
This counter is used to find out the number of PDTCH activate
failure during UL GPRS TBF resource reallocation.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
When BSC receives PDTCH channel activate failure message
from BTS, the counter increments. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 38.
When Wait for PDTCH channel activation and connection
response timer times out, and BSC fails to receive PDTCH
channel activate response message from BTS, the counter
increments.
Times
C901190057
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to BTS
connection failure for LLC transmission
The counter records the number of connection failure due to BTS
connection failure after BSC receiving resource reallocation
request during UL GPRS TBF transmission.
This counter is used to find out the number of BTS connection
failure during UL GPRS TBF resource transmission.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
When PS control plane receives connection failure message
from connection module due to BTS connection failure, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 39.
When Wait for PDTCH channel activation and connection
response timer times out, and BSC fails to receive
connection success message from connection module, the
counter increments.
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C901190058
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to BIU
connection failure for LLC transmission
The counter records the number of BIU connection failure during
UL GPRS TBF transmission.
This counter is used to find out the number of BIU connection
failure during UL GPRS TBF transmission.
When PS control plane receives connection failure message from
connection module due to BIU connection failure, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 40.
Times
C901190059
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation success of channel
activate for LLC transmission
The counter records the number of channel activate and
connection successes during UL GPRS TBF transmission.
This counter is used to find out the number of channel activate
and connection successes during UL GPRS TBF tranmission.
When PS control plane receives channel activate ack message
and connection success ack message from connection module
due to BIU connection failure, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 49.
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C901190060
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to LLC
transmission.
The counter is not used currently.
C901190061
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation success due to
LLC transmission.
The counter is not used currently.
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C901190062
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation requests for
resource request
The counter is not used currently.
C901190064
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to Abis
congestion for resource request
The counter records the number of DB resource request failure
due to Abis congestion after PS control plane resource request
from MS during UL GPRS TBF.
This counter is used to find out the number of DB resource
request failure after PS control plane receives resource request
from MS during UL GPRS TBF process (including UL two-phase
access and UL TBF transmission).
PS control plane receives resource request message from PS
user plane, and DB resource request fails due to Abis congestion,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 99.
FI GURE 99 - DB RESOURCE REQUESTS FAI L URE DUE TO AB I S CONGESTI ON
( RESOURCE REQUEST)
Resource
Request
Resourcerequestfail dueto
Abiscongestion
PSControl
Plane
PSUser
Plane
A
ResourceRequest
Message
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C901190065
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to RR
congestion for resource request
The counter records the number of DB resource request failure
after PS control plane receives resource request from MS due to
RR congestion during UL GPRS TBF.
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There are three cause leading to radio resource congestion: MS
per channel (MS number per channel reaches its maximum),
TAI/TFI (no TAI/TFI available), no PDCH (no PS service channel
available)
This counter is used to find out the number of DB resource
request failure after PS control plane receives resource request
from MS due to RR congestion during UL GPRS TBF process
(including UL two-phase access and UL TBF transmission).
PS control plane receives resource request message from PS
user plane, and DB resource request fails due to RR congestion,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 100.
FI GURE 100 - DB RESOURCE REQUESTS FAI L URE DUE TO RR CONGESTI ON ( 2)

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C901190066
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
UPPB-DSP channel congestion for resource request
The counter records the number of DB resource request failure
after PS control plane receives resource request from MS due to
UPPB-DSP channel congestion during UL GPRS TBF.
This counter is used to find out the number of DB resource
request failure after PS control plane receives resource request
from MS due to UPPB-DSP channel congestion during UL GPRS
TBF process (including UL two-phase access and UL TBF
transmission).
PS control plane receives resource request message from PS
user plane, and DB resource request fails due to RR congestion,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 101.
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FI GURE 101 - DB RESOURCE REQUESTS FAI L URE DUE TO UPPB- DSP
CHANNEL CONGESTI ON ( RESOURCE REQUEST)
Resource
Request
Resourcerequestfail dueto
UPPB-DSPchannelcongestion
PSControl
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ResourceRequest
DB

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C901190067
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation success due to
resource request
The counter records the number of successful DB resource
request after PS control plane receives resource request
message from MS during UL GPRS TBF process.
This counter is used to find out the number of DB resource
request successes after PS control plane receives resource
request from MS during UL GPRS TBF process (including UL two-
phase access and UL TBF transmission).
PS control plane receives resource request message from PS
user plane, and DB resource request succeeds, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 102.
FI GURE 102 - DB RESOURCE REQUESTS SUCCESSES ( RESOURCE REQUEST)

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C901190068
Number of allocated PDTCH for GPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation due to resource request
The counter records the number of successful allocated PDTCH
after PS control plane receives resource request message from
MS during UL GPRS TBF process.
This counter is used to find out the number of successful
allocated PDTCH after PS control plane receives resource request
from MS during UL GPRS TBF process (including UL two-phase
access and UL TBF transmission).
PS control plane receives resource request message from PS
user plane, and DB resource request succeeds, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 103.
FI GURE 103 - DB RESOURCE REQUESTS SUCCESSES ( RESOURCE REQUEST)

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C901190069
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
channel activate failure for resource request
The counter records the number of PDTCH activate failure during
UL GPRS TBF resource reallocation after PS control plane
receives resource request message.
The counter records the number of PDTCH activate failure during
UL GPRS TBF resource reallocation after PS control plane
receives resource request message in UL GPRS TBF
process(including UL two-phase access and one-phase TBF
transmission).
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
When BSC receives PDTCH channel activate failure message
from BTS, the counter increments. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 38.
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When Wait for PDTCH channel activation and connection
response timer times out, and BSC fails to receive PDTCH
channel activate response message from BTS, the counter
increments.
Times
C901190070
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to BTS
connection failure for resource request
The counter records the number of connection failure due to BTS
connection failure during UL GPRS TBF resource reallocation
after PS control plane receives resource request message.
The counter records the number of connection failure due to BTS
connection failure during UL GPRS TBF resource reallocation
after PS control plane receives resource request message in UL
GPRS TBF process (including UL two-phase access and one-
phase TBF transmission).
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
When PS control plane receives connection failure message
from connection module due to BTS connection failure, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 39.
When Wait for PDTCH channel activation and connection
response timer times out, and BSC fails to receive
connection success message from connection module, the
counter increments.
Times
C901190071
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to BIU
connection failure for resource request
The counter records the number of connection failure due to BIU
connection failure during UL GPRS TBF resource reallocation
after PS control plane receives resource request message.
The counter records the number of connection failure due to BIU
connection failure during UL GPRS TBF resource reallocation
after PS control plane receives resource request message in UL
GPRS TBF process (including UL two-phase access and one-
phase TBF transmission).
When PS control plane receives connection failure message from
connection module due to BIU connection failure, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 40.
Unit
Definition
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Times
C901190072
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation success of channel
activate for resource request
The counter records the number of channel activate and
connection successes during UL GPRS TBF resource reallocation
after PS control plane receives resource request message.
The counter records the number of channel activate and
connection failure during UL GPRS TBF resource reallocation
after PS control plane receives resource request message in UL
GPRS TBF process (including UL two-phase access and one-
phase TBF transmission).
When PS control plane receives channel activate ack message
and connection success ack message from connection module
due to BIU connection failure, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 49.
Times
C901190073
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
resource request.
The counter is not used currently.
C901190074
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation success due to
resource request
The counter is not used currently.
C901190075
Number of GPRS UL TBF release due to flush LL
This counter counts the number of UL GPRS TBF release after PS
control plane receiving request due to flush LL.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL GPRS TBF
release after PS control plane receiving request due to flush LL.
When PS control plane of BSC receives FLUSH message from
SGSN and release is executed when UL GPRS TBF is established,
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Definition
Description
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the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 54.
Times
C901190076
Number of GPRS UL TBF release due to GPRS suspend requests
This counter counts the number of UL GPRS TBF release after PS
control plane receiving request due to GPRS suspend requests.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL GPRS TBF
release due to GPRS suspend requests.
When PS control plane of BSC receives SUSPEND message from
SGSN and release is executed when UL GPRS TBF is established,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 55.
Times
C901190077
Number of GPRS UL TBF forcing release by CS
This counter counts the number of UL GPRS TBF forcing release
by CS.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL GPRS TBF
forcing release by CS..
When PS control plane of BSC receives PDCH RELEASE message
from CS control plane when UL GPRS TBF is established, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 56.
Times
C901190078
Number of GPRS UL TBF normal release due to user plane
requests.
This counter counts the number of UL GPRS TBF normal release
due to user plane requests.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL GPRS TBF
normal release due to user plane requests.
When PS control plane of BSC receives NORMAL RELEASE
REQUEST message from PS user plane when UL GPRS TBF exists,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 57.
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
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Times
C901190079
Number of GPRS UL TBF abnormal release due to user plane
requests
This counter counts the number of UL GPRS TBF abnormal
release due to user plane requests.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL GPRS TBF
abnormal release due to user plane requests.
When PS control plane receives ABNORMAL RELEASE REQUEST
message from PS user plane when UL GPRS TBF exists, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 58.
Times
C901190080
Number of GPRS UL TBF release due to NSVC unavailability
This counter counts the number of UL EGPRS TBF release due to
NSVC unavailability.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL EGPRS TBF
release after receiving forcing release request due to NSVC
unavailability
When PS control plane receives NSVC unavailability command to
release PS control plane module from DB when UL GPRS TBF
exists, the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 59.
Times
C901190081
Number of GPRS UL TBF release due to BVC unavailability
This counter counts the number of UL GPRS TBF release due to
BVC unavailability.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL GPRS TBF
release after receiving forcing release request due to BVC
unavailability
When PS control plane receives BVC unavailability command to
release PS control plane module from DB when UL GPRS TBF
exists, the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 60.
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
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Times
C901190082
Number of GPRS UL TBF release due to other reasons.
This counter counts the number of UL EGPRS TBF forcing release
due to other reasons.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL EGPRS TBF
release after receiving forcing release request due to other
reasons.
When PS control plane receives release message due to other
reasons when UL GPRS TBF exists, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 64.
Times
C901190083
Number of UL GPRS TBF grab resources
This counter counts the number of UL GPRS TBF grab resources.
This counter is used to find out the frequency for UL GPRS TBF
grabbing other TBF
This counter increments while UL GPRS TBF is established during
resource adjustment, resource request is successful, and other
TBF resource is grabbed. Measurement point is A as shown in
Figure 104.
FI GURE 104 - UL GPRS RESOURCE REQUEST SUCCESS
PS
A

( GPRS)


Times
C901190084
Number of grab instance by UL GPRS TBF
This counter counts the number of grab instance by UL GPRS
TBF.
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
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This counter is used to find out the frequency for UL GPRS TBF
grabbing other TBF resource.
This counter increments while UL GPRS TBF is established during
resource adjustment, resource request is successful, and other
TBF resource is grabbed. Measurement point is A as shown in
Figure 104.
Times
C901190085
Number of UL GPRS TBF queuing
This counter counts the number of UL GPRS TBF queuing.
This counter is used to find out the frequency for UL GPRS TBF
queuing.
This counter increments while UL GPRS TBF is established during
resource adjustment, resource request is successful but queuing
is required due to incompliant to QoS rate. Measurement point is
A as shown in Figure 104.
Times
C901190086
Number of UL GPRS TBF queuing success
This counter counts the number of UL GPRS TBF queuing success.
This counter is used to find out the frequency for UL GPRS TBF queuing
success.
This counter increments while UL GPRS TBF is established during
resource adjustment, the instance to be queued successfully assigns
resource for user plane, and database is successfully registered.
Measurement point is A as shown in Figure 105.
FI GURE 105 - RESOURCE ASSI GNMENT SUCCESS
PS
A
PS

PS control plane
Resource
assignment
PS user plane
Instance needs
queue,
registration
success

Times
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
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C901190087
Number of UL GPRS TBF release TBF during queuing
This counter counts the number of UL GPRS TBF release during
queuing.
This counter is used to find out the frequency for UL GPRS TBF
release during queuing.
This counter increments while UL GPRS TBF is released and
instance still in queuing state. The measurement point is A as
shown in Figure 106.
FI GURE 106 - REL EASE UL GPRS TBF
PS
A
GPRS TBF

PS control plane
Release UL GPRS TBF,
instance still in queuing

Times

Definition
Description
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Ch a p t e r 8
Uplink EGPRS Data TBF
Statistics

UL EGPRS data TBF statistics collects information about the
process of establishment and release of UL EGPRS TBF (cell).
This chapter contains detailed information about counters
related to UL GPRS data TBF statistic.
Overview
UL GPRS data TBF statistics collects the information about the
establishment, maintain and release of UL GPRS TBF. The
statistic unit is cell.
UL GPRS Data TBF Statistics
Counter Index
Table 12 lists counters related to UL GPRS data TBF statistic.
TAB L E 12 - UL EGPRS DATA TBF STATI STI CS COUNTER
Counter ID What It Counts
C901200002
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment
requests on CCCH
C901200003
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment
requests on CCCH
C901200004
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment
requests on PCCCH
C901200005
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment
requests on PCCCH
C901200006
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment
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Counter ID What It Counts
C901200007
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment
due to ONE PHASE access
C901200008
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment
due to single block packet access
C901200009
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment
due to response paging
C901200010
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment
due to cell updating
C901200011
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment
due to mobility management
C901200012
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment
due to TWO PHASE access
C901200013
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment
due to short access
C901200015
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment
failure due to Abis congestion
C901200016
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment
failure due to RR congestion
C901200017
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment
failure due to UPPB-DSP channel
congestion
C901200018
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment
channel allocate success
C901200019
Number of cell success for EGPRS UL
assignment due to ONE PHASE access
C901200020
Number of cell success for EGPRS UL
assignment due to single block packet
access
C901200021
Number of cell success for EGPRS UL
assignment due to response paging
C901200022
Number of cell success for EGPRS UL
assignment due to cell updating
C901200023
Number of cell success for EGPRS UL
assignment due to mobility management
C901200024
Number of cell success for EGPRS UL
assignment due to TWO PHASE access
C901200025
Number of cell success for EGPRS UL
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Counter ID What It Counts
C901200026
Number of allocated PDCH for EGPRS UL
TBF establishment
C901200027
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment
failure due to channel activate failed
C901200028
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment
failure due to BTS connection failed
C901200029
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment
failure due to BIU connection failed
C901200030
Number of EGPRS UL TBF channel activate
establishment success
C901200031
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment
failure due to not receive PIA
C901200032
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment
failure on PCCCH/CCCH due to UPPB-DSP
congestion
C901200033
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment
failure on PACCH due to UPPB-DSP
congestion
C901200034
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment
success on PCCCH/CCCH
C901200035
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment
success on PACCH
C901200038
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to Abis congestion
for DL TBF establishment
C901200039
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to RR congestion
for DL TBF establishment
C901200040
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to UPPB-DSP
channel congestion for DL TBF
establishment
C901200041
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation success due to DL TBF
establishment
C901200042
Number of allocated PDCH for EGPRS UL
TBF resource reallocation due to DL TBF
establishment
C901200043
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to channel activate
failure for DL TBF establishment
C901200044
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to BTS connection
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Counter ID What It Counts
C901200045
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to BIU connection
failure for DL TBF establishment
C901200046
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation success of channel activate for
DL TBF establishment
C901200047
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to DL TBF
establishment
C901200048
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation success due to DL TBF
establishment
C901200051
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to Abis congestion
for LLC transmission
C901200052
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to RR congestion
for LLC transmission
C901200053
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to UPPB-DSP
channel congestion for LLC transmission
C901200054
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation success due to LLC
transmission
C901200055
Number of allocated PDCH for EGPRS UL
TBF resource reallocation due to LLC
transmission
C901200056
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to channel activate
failure for LLC transmission
C901200057
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to BTS connection
failure for LLC transmission
C901200058
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to BIU connection
failure for LLC transmission
C901200059
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation success of channel activate for
LLC transmission
C901200060
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to LLC transmission
C901200061
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation success due to LLC
transmission
C901200064
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to Abis congestion
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Counter ID What It Counts
C901200065
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to RR congestion
for resource request
C901200066
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to UPPB-DSP
channel congestion for resource request
C901200067
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation success due to resource
request
C901200068
Number of allocated PDCH for EGPRS UL
TBF resource reallocation due to resource
request
C901200069
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to channel activate
failure for resource request
C901200070
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to BTS connection
failure for resource request
C901200071
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to BIU connection
failure for resource request
C901200072
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation success of channel activate for
resource request
C901200073
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation failure due to resource request
C901200074
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation success due to resource
request
C901200075
Number of EGPRS UL TBF release due to
flush LL
C901200076
Number of EGPRS UL TBF release due to
GPRS suspend requests
C901200077
Number of EGPRS UL TBF forcing release
by CS
C901200078
Number of EGPRS UL TBF normal release
due to user plane requests
C901200079
Number of EGPRS UL TBF abnormal
release due to user plane requests
C901200080
Number of EGPRS UL TBF release due to
NSVC unavailability
C901200081
Number of EGPRS UL TBF release due to
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Counter ID What It Counts
C901200082
Number of EGPRS UL TBF release due to
other reasons
C901200083
Number of UL EGPRS TBF grab resources
C901200084
Number of grab instance by UL EGPRS TBF
C901200085
Number of UL EGPRS TBF queuing
C901200086
Number of UL EGPRS TBF queuing success
C901200087
Number of UL EGPRS TBF release TBF
during queuing
C901200002
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment requests on CCCH
This counter is not used currently.
C901200003
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment requests on CCCH
This counter counts the number of EGPRS channel requests on
CCCH when MS using EGPRS service
This counter is used to find out the frequency of channel
requests on CCCH when MS attempts using EGPRS service.
When BSC receives channel requests on CCCH from MS, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 107.
FI GURE 107 - EGPRS CHANNEL REQUEST
BTS BSC
A
EGPRSChannel
Request

Times
Definition
Description
Definition
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C901200004
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment requests on PCCCH
The counter is not used.
C901200005
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment requests on PCCCH
This counter counts the number of packet channel requests on
PCCCH when MS attempts using EGPRS service
This counter is used to find out the frequency of channel
requests on PCCCH when MS attempts using EGPRS service.
When BSC receives channel requests on PCCCH from MS, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 108.
FI GURE 108 - EGPRS PACK ET CHANNEL REQUEST

Times
C901200006
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment requests on PACCH
The counter counts the number of UL EGPRS TBF establishment
attempts on PACCH.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL EGPRS TBF
establishment attempts on PACCH under the situation when DL
GPRS TBF is already established.
In the situation when DL EGPRS TBF is established, PS control
plane receives UL assignment request message from PS user
plane, the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as
shown in
Figure 66 UL ASSI GNMENT REQUEST ( DL GPRS TBF AL READY
ESTAB L I SHED)
.
Times
Definition
Description
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
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C901200007
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment due to ONE PHASE
access.
This counter counts the number of channel requests on CCCH
when MS attempting UL EGPRS TBF establishment or the
number of packet channel requests on PCCCH due to one phase
access.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL EGPRS TBF
establishment attempts due to one phase access.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
If BSC receives channel requests from MS on CCCH due to
one phase access, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 109.
FI GURE 109 - EGPRS CHANNEL REQUESTS ON CCCH DUE TO ONE PHASE
ACCESS
BTS BSC
A
ChannelRequest(duetoonephase
access)

If BSC receives EGPRS Packet channel request from MS on
PCCCH due to one phase access, the counter increments.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 110.
FI GURE 110 - EGPRS PACK ET CHANNEL REQUESTS ON CCCH DUE TO ONE
PHASE ACCESS
BTS BSC
A
EGPRSPacket ChannelRequest(duetoone
phaseaccess)

Times
C901200008
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment due to single block
packet access
This counter is no used currently.
Definition
Description
Usage
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C901200009
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment due to response
paging
This counter is not used currently.
C901200010
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment due to cell updating
This counter is not used currently.
C901200011
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment due to mobility
management.
The counter is not used currently.
C901200012
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment due to TWO PHASE
access
This counter counts the number of channel requests on CCCH
when MS attempting UL EGPRS TBF establishment or the
number of packet channel requests on PCCCH due to two phase
access.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL EGPRS TBF
establishment attempts due to two phase access.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
If BSC receives EGPRS channel requests from MS on CCCH
due to two phase access, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 111
FI GURE 111 - EGPRS CHANNEL REQUESTS ON CCCH DUE TO TWO PHASE
ACCESS
BTS BSC
A
EGPRSChannelRequest(duetotwo
phaseaccess)

Definition
Description
Definition
Description
Definition
Description
Definition
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If BSC receives EGPRS Packet channel request from MS on
CCCH due to one phase access, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 112.
FI GURE 112 - EGPRS PACK ET CHANNEL REQUESTS ON PCCCH DUE TO TWO
PHASE ACCESS

Times
C901200013
Number of cell attempts for UL assignment due to short access
This counter counts the number of EGPRS channel request on
CCCH or EGPRS Packet channel request on PCCCH when MS
attempting UL EGPRS TBF establishment due to short access.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL EGPRS TBF
establishment attempts due to short access.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
If BSC receives EGPRS channel requests from MS on CCCH
due to short access, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 113.
FI GURE 113 - EGPRS CHANNEL REQUESTS ON CCCH DUE TO SHORT
ACCESS

If BSC receives EGPRS Packet channel request from MS on
PCCCH due to short access, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 114.
Unit
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FI GURE 114 - EGPRS PACK ET CHANNEL REQUESTS ON PCCCH DUE TO TWO
PHASE ACCESS
EGPRSPacketChannelRequest(duetoshort
access)
BTS BSC
A

Times
C901200015
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment failure due to Abis
congestion
The counter records the number of DB resource application
failure when attempting UL EGPRS TBF establishment due to
Abis congestion.
This counter is used to find out the number of DB resource
application failure when attempting UL EGPRS TBF establishment
due to Abis congestion.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
If PS control plane receives EGPRS channel requests from MS
on CCCH or EGPRS Packet channel requests on PCCCH and
fails to apply for DB resource due to Abis congestion, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 115.
FI GURE 115 - DB RESOURCE REQUESTS FAI L URE DUE TO AB I S CONGESTI ON
( EGPRS)

If PS control panel receives UL channel requests from PS
user plane when DL EGPRS TBF exists and fails to apply for
DB resource due to Abis congestion, the counter increments.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 78
Times
Unit
Definition
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C901200016
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment failure due to RR
congestion
The counter records the number of DB resource request failure
when attempting UL EGPRS TBF establishment due to radio
resource congestion. There are three causes that lead to radio
resource congestion: MS per channel (MS number on each
channel reaches its maximum), no TAI/TFI and no PDCH
This counter is used to find out the number of DB resource
application failure when attempting UL EGPRS TBF establishment
due to RR congestion.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
If PS control plane receives EGPRS channel request from MS
on CCCH or EGPRS Packet channel request on PCCCH and
fails to apply for DB resource due to RR congestion, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 116.
FI GURE 116 - DB RESOURCE REQUESTS FAI L URE DUE TO RR CONGESTI ON
( EGPRS)

If PS control panel receives UL channel requests from PS
user plane when DL EGPRS TBF exists and fails to apply for
DB resource due to RR congestion, the counter increments.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 81.
Times
C901200017
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment failure due to UPPB-DSP
channel congestion
The counter records the number of DB resource application
failure when attempting UL EGPRS TBF establishment due to
UPPB-DSP channel congestion.
This counter is used to find out the number of DB resource
application failure when attempting UL EGPRS TBF establishment
due to UPPB-DSP channel congestion.
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
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The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
If PS control plane receives EGPRS channel request from MS
on CCCH or EGPRS Packet channel request on PCCCH and
fails to apply for DB resource due to UPPB-DSP channel
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 117.
FI GURE 117 - DB RESOURCE REQUESTS FAI L URE DUE TO UPPB- DSP
CHANNEL CONGESTI ON ( EGPRS)

If PS control panel receives UL assignment request messages
from PS user plane on CCCH (DL GPRS TBF already
established) and fails to apply for DB resource due to UPPB-
DSP congestion, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 84.
Times
C901200018
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment channel allocate
success
This counter counts the number of DB resource request
successes when attempting UL EGPRS TBF establishment.
This counter is used to find out the number of DB resource
request successes when attempting UL GPRS TBF establishment.
If PS control plane receives EGPRS channel requests from MS on
CCCH or EGPRS Packet channel request on PCCCH and succeeds
in applying for DB resource, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 118.
FI GURE 118 - DB RESOURCE REQUEST SUCCESSES ( EGPRS)

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C901200019
Number of cell success for EGPRS UL assignment due to ONE
PHASE access
This counter counts the number of successful UL EGPRS TBF
establishment due to one phase access.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL EGPRS TBF
establishment successes due to one phase access.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
If BSC receives EGPRS channel request from MS on CCCH
due to one phase access, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 119
FI GURE 119 - DB RESOURCE REQUEST SUCCESSES ON CCCH DUE TO ONE
PHASE ACCESS

If BSC receives EGPRS packet channel request from MS on
PCCCH due to one phase access, the counter increments.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 120.
FI GURE 120 - DB RESOURCE REQUEST SUCCESSES ON PCCCH DUE TO ONE
PHASE ACCESS

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Number of cell success for EGPRS UL assignment due to single
block packet access
This counter is not used.
C901200021
Number of cell success for EGPRS UL assignment due to
response paging
This counter is not used.
C901200022
Number of cell success for EGPRS UL assignment due to cell
updating
This counter is not used.
C901200023
Number of cell success for EGPRS UL assignment due to mobility
management
This counter is not used.
C901200024
Number of cell success for EGPRS UL assignment due to TWO
PHASE access
This counter counts the number of successful UL EGPRS TBF
establishment due to two phase access.
This counter is used to find out the number of successful UL
EGPRS TBF establishment due to two phase access.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
If BSC receives EGPRS channel requests from MS on CCCH
due to two phase access and DB resource request succeeds,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 121.
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FI GURE 121 - EGPRS DB RESOURCE REQUEST SUCCESSES DUE TO TWO
PHASE ACCESS ( CCCH)

If BSC receives EGPRS packet channel requests from MS on
PCCCH due to two phase access and DB resource request
succeeds, the counter increments. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 122.
FI GURE 122 - DB RESOURCE REQUEST SUCCESSES ON PCCCH DUE TO TWO
PHASE ACCESS

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C901200025
Number of cell success for EGPRS UL assignment due to short
access
This counter counts the number of successful UL EGPRS TBF
establishment due to short access.
This counter is used to find out the number of successful UL
GPRS TBF establishment due to short access.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
If BSC receives EGPRS channel requests from MS on CCCH
due to short access and DB resource request succeeds, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 123.
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FI GURE 123 - EGPRS DB RESOURCE REQUEST SUCCESSES DUE TO SHORT
ACCESS ( CCCH)

If BSC receives EGPRS packet channel requests from MS on
PCCCH due to short access and DB resource request
succeeds, the counter increments. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 124.
FI GURE 124 - EGPRS DB RESOURCE REQUEST SUCCESSES DUE TO SHORT
ACCESS ( PCCCH)

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C901200026
Number of allocated PDCH for EGPRS UL TBF establishment
This counter counts the number of successfully assigned PDTCH
when UL EGPRS TBF successfully established.
This counter is used to find out the number of successfully
assigned PDTCH when UL EGPRS TBF successfully established.
When PS control plane receives EGPRS channel requests on
CCCH from MS or EGPRS Packet channel request on PCCCH and
DB resource requests succeed, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 118.
Times
C901200027
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment failure due to channel
activate failed
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This counter counts the number of PDTCH activate failure when
establishing UL EGPRS TBF.
This counter is used to find out the number of PDTCH activate
failure when establishing UL EGPRS TBF (including initially
establish UL TBF and establish UL TBF when DL TBF exists).
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
When BSC receives PDTCH channel activate failure message
reported by BTS, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 38.
When wait for PDTCH channel activation and connection
response counter times out and BSC fails to receive PDTCH
activate response message reported by BTS, this counter
increments.
Times
C901200028
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment failure due to BTS
connection failed
This counter counts the number of failure to establish UL EGPRS
TBF due to BTS connection failure.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL EGPRS TBF
establishment failure (including initially establish UL TBF and
establish UL TBF when DL TBF exists) due to BTS connection
failure.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
When PS control plane receives connection failure message
reported by connection module due to BTS connection failure,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 39.
When wait for PDTCH channel activate and connection
response counter times out and BSC fails to receive
connection success response message reported by
connection module, this counter increments.
Times
C901200029
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment failure due to BIU
connection failed
This counter counts the number of failure to establish UL EGPRS
TBF due to BIU connection failure.
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This counter is used to find out the number of UL EGPRS TBF
establishment failure (including initially establish UL TBF and
establish UL TBF when DL TBF exists) due to BIU connection
failure.
When PS control plane receives connection failure message
reported by connection modules due to BIU connection failure,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 40.
Times
C901200030
Number of EGPRS UL TBF channel activate establishment
success
This counter counts the number of channel activate and
connection successes when establishing UL EGPRS TBF.
This counter is used to find out the number of channel activate
and connection successes when establishing UL EGPRS TBF.
When PS control plane receives channel activate response
message reported by BTS and connection successes
acknowledgement message reported by connection module, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 49.
Times
C901200031
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment failure due to not
receive PIA
This counter counts the number of failure to send immediate
assignment message to MS when establishing UL EGPRS TBF.
This counter is used to find out the number of failure to send
immediate assignment message to MS when establishing UL
EGPRS TBF.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
When PS control plane receives immediate assignment
failure message reported by BTS, the counter increments.
The measurement point is A, as showed in Figure 43.
When wait for immediate assignment and sending
indication counter times out and BSC fails to receive
immediate assignment and sending indication message, the
counter increments.
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C901200032
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment failure on PCCCH/CCCH
due to UPPB-DSP.
This counter counts the number of failure to establish UL GPRS
TBF.
This counter is used to find out the number of failure to establish
UL EGPRS TBF.
When PS control plane assigns single block through two phase
access from PS user plane, or gets access to PS user plane
through one phase access and starts assignment timer. If the
timer times out, resource request from PS user plane (two phase
access) is not received or indication (one phase access) is not
established, the counter increments. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 96.
Times
C901200033
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment failure on PACCH due to
UPPB-DSP congestion
This counter is not used currently.
C901200034
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment success on
PCCCH/CCCH
This counter counts the number of successful UL EGPRS TBF
establishment and receiving MS TLL1.
This counter is used to find out the number of successful UL
GPRS TBF establishment and receiving MS TLL1.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
When PS control plane receives MS TLL1 MAC establishment
indication message reported by PS user plane in the
premise of one phase access, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 97.
PS control plane receives resource request message from PS
user plane in the premise of two phase access, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure
98.
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C901200035
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment success on PACCH
This counter is not used currently.
C901200038
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
Abis congestion for DL TBF
In the situation when UL EGPRS TBF is already established, DL
TBF is needed to be established on PACCH; DB resource request
fails which leads to UL resource reallocation failure. The counter
records the number of UL EGPRS TBF reallocation failure due to
Abis resource congestion.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL GPRS TBF
reallocation failure due to Abis congestion.
In the situation when UL EGPRS TBF is established, PS control
plane receives DL assignment request message from PS user
plane, and DB resource request fails due to Abis congestion, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 32.
Times
C901200039
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to RR
congestion for DL TBF
In the situation when UL GPRS TBF is already established, DL
TBF is needed to be established on PACCH; DB resource request
fails which leads to UL resource reallocation failure. The counter
records the number of UL resource reallocation failure due to RR
resource congestion.
There are three causes which lead to radio resource congestion:
MS per channel (MS number per channel reaches its maximum),
TAI/TFI (no TAI or TFI available) and no PDCH available.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL EGPRS TBF
reallocation failure due to RR congestion.
In the situation when UL EGPRS TBF is established, PS control
plane receives DL assignment request message from PS user
plane, and DB resource request fails due to RR congestion, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 34
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C901200040
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
UPPB-DSP channel congestion.
In the situation when UL EGPRS TBF is already established, DL
TBF is needed to be established on PACCH; DB resource request
fails which leads to UL resource reallocation failure. The counter
records the number of EGPRS UL resource reallocation failure
due to UPPB-DSP channel resource congestion.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL EGPRS TBF
reallocation failure due to UPPB-DSP channel congestion.
In the situation when UL EGPRS TBF is established, PS control
plane receives DL assignment request message from PS user
plane, and DB resource request fails due to UPPB-DSP channel
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 36.
Times
C901200041
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation success due to
DL TBF establishment
The counter records the number of successful DL TBF
establishment on PACCH when UL EGPRS TBF is already
established.
This counter is used to find out the number of DL EGPRS TBF
reallocation successes.
In the situation when UL EGPRS TBF is established, PS control
plane receives DL assignment request message from PS user
plane, and DB resource request succeeds, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 37.
Times
C901200042
Number of allocated PDCH for EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation due to DL TBF establishment
The counter records the number of successful allocated PDTCH
when UL EGPRS TBF is successfully reallocated.
This counter is used to find out the number of successful
allocated PDTCH when UL EGPRS TBF is successfully reallocated.
In the situation when UL EGPRS TBF is established, PS control
plane receives DL assignment request message from PS user
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plane, and DB resource request succeeds, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 37.
Times
C901200043
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
channel activate failure for DL TBF establishment
The counter records the number of PDTCH activate failure during
UL GPRS TBF resource reallocation.
This counter is used to find out the number of PDTCH activate
failure during UL EGPRS TBF resource reallocation.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
When BSC receives PDTCH channel activate failure message
from BTS, the counter increments. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 38.
When Wait for PDTCH channel activation and connection
response timer times out, and BSC fails to receive PDTCH
channel activate response message from BTS, the counter
increments.
Times
C901200044
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
BTS connection failure for DL TBF establishment
The counter records the number of BTS connection failure during
UL EGPRS TBF resource reallocation.
This counter is used to find out the number of BTS connection
failure during UL EGPRS TBF resource reallocation.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
When PS control plane receives connection failure message
from connection module due to BTS connection failure, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 39.
When Wait for PDTCH channel activation and connection
response timer times out, and BSC fails to receive
connection success message from connection module, the
counter increments.
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C901200045
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
BIU connection failure for DL TBF establishment
The counter records the number of BIU connection failure during
UL EGPRS TBF resource reallocation.
This counter is used to find out the number of BIU connection
failure during UL EGPRS TBF resource reallocation.
When PS control plane receives connection failure message from
connection module due to BIU connection failure, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 40.
Times
C901200046
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation success of
channel activate for DL TBF establishment
The counter records the number of channel activate and
connection successes during UL EGPRS TBF resource reallocation.
This counter is used to find out the number of channel activate
and connection successes during UL EGPRS TBF resource
reallocation.
When PS control plane receives channel activate ack message
and connection success ack message from connection module
due to BIU connection failure, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 49.
Times
C901200047
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to DL
TBF establishment.
The counter is not used currently.
C901200048
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation success due to
DL TBF establishment
The counter is not used currently.
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C901200051
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
Abis congestion for LLC
During UL EGPRS TBF transmission process, PS user plane sends
resource reallocation message to PS control plane due to LLC
frame change; PS control plane requests DB resource after
receiving the message. The counter records the number of DB
resource request failure due to Abis resource congestion after PS
control plane receiving resource reallocation request during UL
EGPRS TBF transmission process.
This counter is used to find out DB resource request failure due
to Abis resource congestion after PS control plane receiving
resource reallocation request during UL EGPRS TBF transmission
process..
When PS control plane receives resource reallocation message
from PS user plane, and DB resource request fails due to Abis
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 42.
Times
C901200052
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to RR
congestion for LLC
During UL EGPRS TBF transmission process, PS user plane sends
resource reallocation message to PS control plane due to LLC
frame change; PS control plane requests DB resource after
receiving the message. The counter records the number of DB
resource request failure due to radio resource congestion after
PS control plane receiving resource reallocation request during
UL EGPRS TBF transmission process.
There are three causes leading to RR congestion: MS per
channel (reaches its maximum), TAI/TFI (not available), and no
PDTCH.
This counter is used to find out DB resource request failure due
to RR congestion after PS control plane receiving resource
reallocation request during UL EGPRS TBF transmission process.
When PS control plane receives resource reallocation message
from PS user plane, and DB resource request fails due to RR
congestion, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 43.
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C901200053
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
UPPB-DSP channel congestion
During UL EGPRS TBF transmission process, PS user plane sends
resource reallocation message to PS control plane due to LLC
frame change; PS control plane requests DB resource after
receiving the message. The counter records the number of DB
resource request failure due to UPPB-DSP channel congestion
after PS control plane receiving resource reallocation request
during UL EGPRS TBF transmission process.
This counter is used to find out DB resource request failure due
to UPPB-DSP channel congestion after PS control plane receiving
resource reallocation request during UL EGPRS TBF transmission
process.
When PS control plane receives resource reallocation message
from PS user plane, and DB resource request fails due to UPPB-
DSP channel congestion, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 44.
Times
C901200054
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation success due to
LLC transmission
During UL EGPRS TBF transmission process, PS user plane sends
resource reallocation message to PS control plane due to LLC
frame change; PS control plane requests DB resource after
receiving the message. The counter records the number of DB
resource request successes after PS control plane receiving
resource reallocation request during UL EGPRS TBF transmission
process.
This counter is used to find out DB resource request success due
after PS control plane receiving resource reallocation request
during UL EGPRS TBF transmission process.
When PS control plane receives resource reallocation message
from PS user plane, and DB resource request succeeds, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 45.
Times
C901200055
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Number of allocated PDCH for EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation due to LLC transmission.
During UL EGPRS TBF transmission process, PS user plane sends
resource reallocation message to PS control plane due to LLC
frame change; PS control plane requests DB resource after
receiving the message. The counter records the number of
successfully allocated PDTCH after PS control plane receiving
resource reallocation requests during UL EGPRS TBF.
This counter is used to find out the number of successful
allocated PDTCH when UL EGPRS TBF is successfully reallocated.
When PS control plane receives resource reallocation message
from PS user plane, and DB resource request succeeds, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 45
Times
C901200056
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
channel activate failure for LLC transmission
The counter records the number of PDTCH activate failure after
BSC receiving resource reallocation request during UL EGPRS
TBF resource reallocation.
This counter is used to find out the number of PDTCH activate
failure during UL EGPRS TBF resource reallocation.
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
When BSC receives PDTCH channel activate failure message
from BTS, the counter increments. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 38
When Wait for PDTCH channel activation and connection
response timer times out, and BSC fails to receive PDTCH
channel activate response message from BTS, the counter
increments.
Times
C901200057
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
BTS connection failure for LLC transmission
The counter records the number of connection failure due to BTS
connection failure after BSC receiving resource reallocation
request during UL EGPRS TBF transmission.
This counter is used to find out the number of BTS connection
failure during UL EGPRS TBF resource transmission.
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The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
When PS control plane receives connection failure message
from connection module due to BTS connection failure, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 39
When Wait for PDTCH channel activation and connection
response timer times out, and BSC fails to receive
connection success message from connection module, the
counter increments.
Times
C901200058
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
BIU connection failure for LLC transmission
The counter records the number of BIU connection failure during
UL GPRS TBF transmission.
This counter is used to find out the number of BIU connection
failure during UL EGPRS TBF transmission.
When PS control plane receives connection failure message from
connection module due to BIU connection failure, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 40.
Times
C901200059
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation success of
channel activate for LLC transmission
The counter records the number of channel activate and
connection successes during UL EGPRS TBF transmission.
This counter is used to find out the number of channel activate
and connection successes during UL EGPRS TBF tranmission.
When PS control plane receives channel activate ack message
and connection success ack message from connection module
due to BIU connection failure, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 49.
Times
C901200060
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
LLC transmission.
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The counter is not used currently.
C901200061
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation success due to
LLC transmission.
The counter is not used currently.
C901200062
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation requests for
resource request
The counter is not used currently.
C901200064
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
Abis congestion for resource request
The counter records the number of DB resource request failure
due to Abis congestion after PS control plane resource request
from MS during UL EGPRS TBF.
This counter is used to find out the number of DB resource
request failure after PS control plane receives resource request
from MS during UL EGPRS TBF process (including UL two-phase
access and UL TBF transmission).
PS control plane receives resource request message from PS
user plane, and DB resource request fails due to Abis congestion,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 99.
Times
C901200065
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to RR
congestion for resource reques
The counter records the number of DB resource request failure
after PS control plane receives resource request from MS due to
RR congestion during UL EGPRS TBF.
There are three cause leading to radio resource congestion: MS
per channel (MS number per channel reaches its maximum),
TAI/TFI (no TAI/TFI available), no PDCH(no PS service channel
available)
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This counter is used to find out the number of DB resource
request failure after PS control plane receives resource request
from MS due to RR congestion during UL EGPRS TBF process
(including UL two-phase access and UL TBF transmission).
PS control plane receives resource request message from MS,
and DB resource request fails due to RR congestion, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 100.
Times
C901200066
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
UPPB-DSP channel congestion for resource request
The counter records the number of DB resource request failure
after PS control plane receives resource request from MS due to
UPPB-DSP channel congestion during UL EGPRS TBF.
This counter is used to find out the number of DB resource
request failure after PS control plane receives resource request
from MS due to UPPB-DSP channel congestion during UL EGPRS
TBF process (including UL two-phase access and UL TBF
transmission).
PS control plane receives resource request message from PS
user plane, and DB resource request fails due to RR congestion,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 101.
Times
C901200067
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation success due to
resource request
The counter records the number of successful DB resource
request after PS control plane receives resource request
message from MS during UL EGPRS TBF process.
This counter is used to find out the number of DB resource
request successes after PS control plane receives resource
request from MS during UL EGPRS TBF process (including UL
two-phase access and UL TBF transmission).
PS control plane receives resource request message from PS
user plane, and DB resource request succeeds, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 102.
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C901200068
Number of allocated PDCH for EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation due to resource request
The counter records the number of successful allocated PDTCH
after PS control plane receives resource request message from
MS during UL EGPRS TBF process.
This counter is used to find out the number of successful
allocated PDTCH after PS control plane receives resource request
from MS during UL EGPRS TBF process (including UL two-phase
access and UL TBF transmission).
PS control plane receives resource request message from PS
user plane, and DB resource request succeeds, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 102.
Times
C901200069
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
channel activate failure for resource request
The counter records the number of PDTCH activate failure during
UL EGPRS TBF resource reallocation after PS control plane
receives resource request message.
The counter records the number of PDTCH activate failure during
UL EGPRS TBF resource reallocation after PS control plane
receives resource request message in UL GPRS TBF
process(including UL two-phase access and one-phase TBF
transmission).
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
When BSC receives PDTCH channel activate failure message
from BTS, the counter increments. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 38.
When Wait for PDTCH channel activation and connection
response timer times out, and BSC fails to receive PDTCH
channel activate response message from BTS, the counter
increments.
Times
C901200070
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
BTS connection failure for resource request
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The counter records the number of connection failure due to BTS
connection failure during UL EGPRS TBF resource reallocation
after PS control plane receives resource request message.
The counter records the number of connection failure due to BTS
connection failure during UL EGPRS TBF resource reallocation
after PS control plane receives resource request message in UL
GPRS TBF process (including UL two-phase access and one-
phase TBF transmission).
The counter accumulates at the following two time points:
When PS control plane receives connection failure message
from connection module due to BTS connection failure, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 39.
When Wait for PDTCH channel activation and connection
response timer times out, and BSC fails to receive
connection success message from connection module, the
counter increments.
Times
C901200071
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
BIU connection failure for resource request
The counter records the number of connection failure due to BIU
connection failure during UL EGPRS TBF resource reallocation
after PS control plane receives resource request message.
The counter records the number of connection failure due to BIU
connection failure during UL EGPRS TBF resource reallocation
after PS control plane receives resource request message in UL
EGPRS TBF process (including UL two-phase access and one-
phase TBF transmission).
When PS control plane receives connection failure message from
connection module due to BIU connection failure, the counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 40.
Times
C901200072
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation success of
channel activate for resource request
The counter records the number of channel activate and
connection successes during UL EGPRS TBF resource reallocation
after PS control plane receives resource request message.
Usage
Measurement
Point
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The counter records the number of channel activate and
connection failure during UL EGPRS TBF resource reallocation
after PS control plane receives resource request message in UL
EGPRS TBF process (including UL two-phase access and one-
phase TBF transmission).
When PS control plane receives channel activate ack message
and connection success ack message from connection module
due to BIU connection failure, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 49.
Times
C901200073
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
resource request.
The counter is not used currently.
C901200074
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation success due to
resource request
The counter is not used currently.
C901200075
Number of EGPRS UL TBF release due to flush LL
This counter counts the number of UL EGPRS TBF release after
PS control plane receiving request due to flush LL.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL EGPRS TBF
release after PS control plane receiving request due to flush LL.
When PS control plane of BSC receives FLUSH message from
SGSN and release is executed when UL EGPRS TBF is established,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 54.
Times
C901200076
Number of EGPRS UL TBF release due to GPRS suspend requests
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
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This counter counts the number of UL EGPRS TBF release after
PS control plane receiving request due to GPRS suspend
requests.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL EGPRS TBF
release due to EGPRS suspend requests.
When PS control plane of BSC receives SUSPEND message from
SGSN and release is executed when UL EGPRS TBF is established,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 55.
Times
C901200077
Number of EGPRS UL TBF forcing release by CS
This counter counts the number of UL EGPRS TBF forcing release
by CS.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL EGPRS TBF
forcing release by CS..
When PS control plane of BSC receives PDCH RELEASE message
from CS control plane when UL EGPRS TBF is established, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 56.
Times
C901200078
Number of EGPRS UL TBF normal release due to user plane
requests.
This counter counts the number of UL EGPRS TBF normal release
due to user plane requests.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL EGPRS TBF
normal release due to user plane requests.
When PS control plane of BSC receives NORMAL RELEASE
REQUEST message from PS user plane when UL EGPRS TBF
exists, the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 57.
Times
C901200079
Number of EGPRS UL TBF abnormal release due to user plane
requests
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Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
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This counter counts the number of UL EGPRS TBF abnormal
release due to user plane requests.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL EGPRS TBF
abnormal release due to user plane requests.
When PS control plane receives ABNORMAL RELEASE REQUEST
message from PS user plane when UL EGPRS TBF exists, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 58.
Times
C901200080
Number of EGPRS UL TBF release due to NSVC unavailability
This counter counts the number of UL EGPRS TBF release due to
NSVC unavailability.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL EGPRS TBF
release after receiving forcing release request due to NSVC
unavailability
When PS control plane receives NSVC unavailability command to
release PS control plane module from DB when UL EGPRS TBF
exists, the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 59.
Times
C901200081
Number of EGPRS UL TBF release due to BVC unavailability
This counter counts the number of UL EGPRS TBF release due to
BVC unavailability.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL EGPRS TBF
release after receiving forcing release request due to BVC
unavailability
When PS control plane receives BVC unavailability command to
release PS control plane module from DB when UL EGPRS TBF
exists, the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 60.
Times
C901200082
Number of EGPRS UL TBF release due to other reasons.
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
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This counter counts the number of UL EGPRS TBF forcing release
due to other reasons.
This counter is used to find out the number of UL EGPRS TBF
release after receiving forcing release request due to other
reasons.
When PS control plane receives release message due to other
reasons when UL EGPRS TBF exists, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 64.
Times
C901200083
Number of UL EGPRS TBF grab resources
This counter counts the number of UL EGPRS TBF grab resources.
This counter is used to find out the frequency for UL EGPRS TBF
grabbing other TBF resource.
This counter increments while UL EGPRS TBF is established during
resource adjustment, resource request is successful, and other TBF
resource is grabbed. Measurement point is A as shown in Figure 125.
FI GURE 125 - UL EGPRS RESOURCE REQUEST SUCCESS
PS
A

( EGPRS)

PS control plane
Request resource (UP
EGPRS)
Database
Request resource success

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C901200084
Number of grab instance by UL EGPRS TBF
This counter counts the number of grab instance by UL EGPRS TBF.
This counter is used to find out the frequency for UL EGPRS TBF
grabbing other TBF resource.
This counter increments while UL EGPRS TBF is established during
resource adjustment, resource request is successful, and other TBF
resource is grabbed. Measurement point is A as shown in Figure 125.
Times
Usage
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Point
Unit
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C901200085
Number of UL EGPRS TBF queuing
This counter counts the number of UL EGPRS TBF queuing.
This counter is used to find out the frequency for UL EGPRS TBF queuing.
This counter increments while UL EGPRS TBF is established during
resource adjustment, resource request is successful but queuing is
required due to incompliant to QoS rate. Measurement point is A as
shown in Figure 125.
Times
C901200086
Number of UL EGPRS TBF queuing success
This counter counts the number of UL EGPRS TBF queuing
success.
This counter is used to find out the frequency for UL EGPRS TBF
queuing success.
This counter increments while UL EGPRS TBF is established
during resource adjustment, the instance to be queued
successfully assigns resource for user, and database is
successfully registered. Measurement point is A as shown in
Figure 125.
Times
C901200087
Number of UL EGPRS TBF release TBF during queuing
This counter counts the number of UL EGPRS TBF release during
queuing.
This counter is used to find out the frequency for UL EGPRS TBF
release during queuing.
This counter increments while UL EGPRS TBF is released and
instance still in queuing state. The measurement point is A as
shown in Figure 126.
Definition
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FI GURE 126 - REL EASE UL EGPRS TBF
PS
A
EGPRS TBF

PS control plane
Release UL EGPRS TBF,
instance still in queuing

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Ch a p t e r 9
BSSGP Flow Statistic

BSSGP flow statistics task considers cell as a measurement
entity, statistics content includes the number of paging, BVC
blocking/unblocking as so on. This chapter introduces the
meaning, usage, and measurement point of different BSSGP flow
statistics counters.
Overview
BSSGP flow statistics mainly measures the message
transmission condition at Gb BSSGP level in GPRS service, to
count different signaling messages. This includes the number of
packet paging, circuit paging, BVC block, BVC unblock, BVC
reset, location request, and location result response, etc.
The measurement takes cell as the statistics unit.
BSSGP Flow Statistics Counter
Index
Table 13 lists counters related to BSSGP flow statistics.
TAB L E 13 - BSSGP FL OW STATI STI CS COUNTER
Counter ID What It Counts
C901210001 Number of paging PS message
C901210002 Number of paging CS message
C901210003 Number of Flush-LL Message received
C901210004 Number of Flush-LL-ACK Message sent
C901210005 Number of BVC-BLOCK message sent
C901210006 Number of BVC-BLOCK-ACK message received
C901210007 Number of BVC-UNBLOCK message sent

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Counter ID What It Counts
C901210008 Number of BVC-UNBLOCK-ACK message received
C901210009 Number of BVC-RESET message sent
C901210010 Number of BVC-RESET-ACK message received
C901210011 Number of BVC-RESET message received
C901210012 Number of BVC-RESET-ACK message sent
C901210013 Number of PERFORM-LOCATION-REQUEST
message received
C901210014 Number of PERFORM-LOCATION-RESPONSE
message sent
C901210015 Number of PERFORM-LOCATION-ABORT message
received
C901210016 Number of POSITION-COMMAND message sent
C901210017 Number of POSITION-RESPONSE message received
C901210018 Number of Flush-LL received if UL/DL TBF exist
C901210019 Number of Flush-LL received if DL TBF exist
C901210020 Number of Flush-LL received if UL TBF exist
C901210021 Number of reroute intra NSE
C901210022 Number of reroute inter NSE intra BSS cell
C901210023 Number of reroute inter NSE inter BSS cell
C901210001
Number of paging PS message
SGSN sending packet paging message indicates that BSC
originates packet paging for MS in designated cell. This counter
counts the number of receiving this message.
When BSC receives a PAGING PS message, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 127.
FI GURE 127 - PAGI NG PS PROCESS

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C901210002
Number of paging GS message
SGSN sending circuit paging message indicates BSC originates
circuit paging for MS in designated cell. This counter counts the
number of receiving this message.
When BSC receives a PAGING CS message, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 128.
FI GURE 128 - PAGI NG CS PROCESS
PAGING CS
SGSN
A
BSC

Times
C901210003
Number of Flush-LL Message received
SGSN sends FLUSH-LL message to notify of BSS MS to do
inter-cell handover, and this counter counts the number of
receiving this message by BSC.
By viewing the number of receiving this message by BSC, to
check the MS handover condition.
When BSC receives a FLUSH-LL message, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure
129.
FI GURE 129 - FL USH- L L PROCESS
FLUSH-LL
FLUSH-LL-ACK
SGSN
A1
BSC
A2

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C901210004
Number of Flush-LL-ACK Message sent
BSC sends FLUSH-LL-ACK message to notify SGSN: LLC PDU
buffered for this MS by pervious cell has been removed or
transferred to new cell under same routing area. This counter
counts the number of sending this message by BSC.
When BSC sends a FLUSH-LL-ACK message, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A2, as shown in Figure
129.
Times
C901210005
Number of BVC-BLOCK message sent
BSC sending BVC block message indicates BVC designated by
SGSN blocking. This counter counts the number of blocking
designated BVC by BSC.
When BSC sends a BVC-BLOCK message, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure
130.
FI GURE 130 - BVC BL OCK I NG PROCESS

Times
C901210006
Number of BVC-BLOCK-ACK message received
SGSN sends BVC blocking confirmation message to notify of
designated BVC blocked by BSC, and this counter counts the
number of receiving this message by BSC.
When BSC receives a BVC-BLOCK-ACK message, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A2, as shown in Figure
130.
Times
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C901210007
Number of BVC-UNBLOCK message sent
BSC sends BVC unblocking message indicates BVC designated by
SGSN unblocking, and this counter counts the number of
unblocking designated BVC by BSC.
When BSC sends a BVC-UNBLOCK message, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure
131.
FI GURE 131 - BVC UNB L OCK I NG PROCESS

Times
C901210008
Number of BVC-UNBLOCK-ACK message received
SGSN sends BVC unblocking confirmation message to notify of
designated BVC unblocked by BSC, and this counter counts the
number of receiving this message by BSC.
When BSC receives a BVC-UNBLOCK-ACK message, this
counter increments. The measurement point is A2, as shown in
Figure 131.
Times
C901210009
Number of BVC-RESET message sent
BSC sends BVC reset message indicates SGSN resets designated
BVC, and this counter counts the number of resetting designated
BVC by BSC actively.
When BSC sends a BVC-RESET message, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure
132.
Definition
Description
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Point
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Definition
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FI GURE 132 - BVC RESET PROCESS

Times
C901210010
Number of BVC-RESET-ACK message received
SGSN sends BVC reset confirmation message to notify of
designated BVC reset by BSC, and this counter counts the
number of receiving this message by BSC.
When BSC receives a BVC-RESET-ACK message, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A2, as shown in Figure
132.
Times
C901210011
Number of BVC-RESET message received
SGSN sends BVC reset message indicates BSC resets designated
BVC, and this counter will count the number of resetting BVC by
SGSN actively.
When BSC receives a BVC-RESET message, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A3, as shown in Figure
132.
Times
C901210012
Number of BVC-RESET-ACK message sent
BSC sends BVC reset confirmation message to notify of
designated BVC reset by SGSN, and this counter counts the
number of sending this message by BSC.
Unit
Definition
Description
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
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When BSC sends a BVC-RESET-ACK message, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure
132.
Times
C901210013
Number of PERFORM-LOCATION-REQUEST message received
SGSN sends location request message to request BSC to do a
locating process for MS. This counter counts the number of
receiving this message by BSC.
By viewing the number of receiving locating request message by
BSC, you can view the frequency of locating service.
When BSC receives a PERFORM-LOCATION-REQUEST message,
this counter increments. The measurement point is A1, as shown
in Figure 133.
FI GURE 133 - PERFORM L OCATI NG PROCESS

Times
Note:
The broken line in this figure indicates that the position of this
message can be changed.
C901210014
Number of PERFORM-LOCATION-RESPONSE message sent
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Point
Unit
Definition
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After BSC finishes locating process, send locating response
message to notify SGSN of locating result for MS. This counter
counts the number of sending this message by BSC.
By viewing the number of sending this message by BSC, you can
view the frequency of locating service.
When BSC sends a PERFORM-LOCATION- RESPONSE message,
this counter increments. The measurement point is A1, as shown
in Figure 133.
Times
C901210015
Number of PERFORM-LOCATION-ABORT message received
SGSN sends abort locating message to request BSC abort
current locating process. This counter counts the number of
receiving this message by BSC.
When BSC receives a PERFORM-LOCATION-ABORT message,
this counter increments. The measurement point is A1, as shown
in Figure 133.
Times
C901210016
Number of POSITION-COMMAND message sent
BSC sends locating command message to request SGSN perform
locating command process. This counter counts the number of
sending this message by BSC.
When BSC sends a POSITION-COMMAND message, this
counter increments. The measurement point is A2, as shown in
Figure 133.
Times
C901210017
Number of POSITION-RESPONSE message received
SGSN sends POSITION-RESPONSE message to notify BSC of
response result for locating command result. This counter counts
the number of receiving this message by BSC.
When BSC receives a POSITION-RESPONSE message, this
counter increments. The measurement point is A3, as shown in
Figure 133.
Times
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Point
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C901210018
Number of Flush-LL received if UL/DL TBF exist
SGSN sends FLUSH-LL message to notify of BSC MS passed
inter-cell handover. This counter counts the number of receiving
FLUSH-LL message during data service made by MS.
Each time BSC receives a FLUSH-LL message and MS is
conducting DL data service, this counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 134.
FI GURE 134 - RECEI VE FL USH- L L FOR UL & DL TBF

Times
C901210019
Number of Flush-LL received if DL TBF exist
SGSN sends FLUSH-LL message to notify of BSC MS passed
inter-cell handover. This counter counts the number of receiving
FLUSH-LL message during DL data service made by MS.
When BSC receives a FLUSH-LL message and MS is conducting
DL data service, this counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 135.
Definition
Description
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Point
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FI GURE 135 - RECEI VE FL USH- L L FOR DL TBF
SGSN BSS
A
FLUSH-LL
FLUSH-LL-ACK
MS
DL-UNITDATA
RLC DATA BLOCK
RLC DATA BLOCK

Times
C901210020
Number of Flush-LL received if UL TBF exist
SGSN sends FLUSH-LL message to notify of BSC MS passed
inter-cell handover. This counter counts the number of receiving
FLUSH-LL message during UL data service made by MS.
When BSC receives a FLUSH-LL message and MS is conducting
UL data service, this counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 136.
FI GURE 136 - RECEI VE FL USH- L L FOR UL TBF
SGSN BSS
A
FLUSH-LL
FLUSH-LL-ACK
MS
RLC DATA BLOCK
UL-UNITDATA
RLC DATA BLOCK

Times
C901210021
Number of reroute intra NSE
SGSN sends FLUSH-LL message to notify of BSS MS passed
inter-cell handover. This counter counts the number of receiving
this message by BSC, and the number of same NSE for new and
previous cells.
Unit
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Description
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When BSC receives a FLUSH-LL message and new and
previous cells are same NSE, this counter increments. The
measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure 129.
Times
C901210022
Number of reroute inter NSE intra BSS cell
SGSN sends FLUSH-LL message to notify of BSS MS passed
inter-cell handover. This counter counts the number of receiving
this message by BSC, and the number of same BSS and
different NSEs for new and previous cells.
When BSC receives a FLUSH-LL message and new and
previous cells are same BSS or different NSEs, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure
129.
Times
C901210023
Number of reroute inter NSE inter BSS cell
SGSN sends FLUSH-LL message to notify of BSS MS passed
inter-cell handover. This counter counts the number of receiving
this message by BSC, and the number of different BSSs and
NSEs for new and previous cells.
When BSC receives a FLUSH-LL message, and new and
previous cells are different BSSs or NSEs, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure
129.
Times

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Ch a p t e r 10
TRX Measurement

TRX measurement task mainly considers TRX as its object to
count its resource distribution, seizure, assignment, traffic, and
interference, as an evidence of carrier, channel configuration,
and relevant parameter adjustment.
This chapter introduces the meaning and measurement point to
measure different performance counters by TRX.
Overview
TRX measurement is to measure the success or failure condition
of channel activation, assignment, and handover in the unit of
carrier. It also can measure carrier interference band, maximum
and minimum UL & DL level condition, to learn the status of
different carriers, providing evidence for adjustment and
maintenance.
TRX Measurement Counter Index
Table 14 lists counters related to TRX measurement.
TAB L E 14 - TRX MEASUREMENT COUNTER
Counter ID What It Counts
C901230001 Number of intra-cell handover in attempts
C901230002 Number of intra-cell handover ins success
C901230003
Number of Intra-BSC inter-cell handover in
attempts
C901230004
Number of Intra-BSC intra-cell handover ins
success
C901230005
Number of Intra-MSC inter-cell handover in
attempts
C901230006 Number of Intra-MSC inter-cell handover ins

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Counter ID What It Counts
success
C901230007 TCH busy time
C901230008 Number of TCH seizures (including handover)
C901230009 Number of call drops due to TCH LAPD breakage
C901230010 Number of call drops due to TCH radio link failure
C901230011 Number of TCH handover call drops
C901230012
Number of TCH/F activation attempts (including
handover)
C901230013
Number of TCH/F activation success (including
handover)
C901230014 Number of TCH/F assignment attempts
C901230015 Number of TCH/F assignment success
C901230016
Number of TCH/H activation attempts (including
handover)
C901230017
Number of TCH/H activation success (including
handover)
C901230018 Number of TCH/H assignment attempts
C901230019 Number of TCH/H assignment success
C901230020 SDCCH busy time
C901230021 Number of attempts for SDCCH
C901230022 Number of SDCCH call drops
C901230023
Number of SDCCH activation attempts (including
handover)
C901230024
Number of SDCCH activation success (including
handover)
C901230025 Number of SDCCH assignment attempts
C901230026 Number of SDCCH assignment success
C901230027 Number of samples with UL RQ = 0
C901230028 Number of samples with UL RQ = 1
C901230029 Number of samples with UL RQ = 2
C901230030 Number of samples with UL RQ = 3
C901230031 Number of samples with UL RQ = 4
C901230032 Number of samples with UL RQ = 5
C901230033 Number of samples with UL RQ = 6
C901230034 Number of samples with UL RQ = 7
C901230035 Number of samples with DL RQ = 0
C901230036 Number of samples with DL RQ = 1
C901230037 Number of samples with DL RQ = 2
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Counter ID What It Counts
C901230039 Number of samples with DL RQ = 4
C901230040 Number of samples with DL RQ = 5
C901230041 Number of samples with DL RQ = 6
C901230042 Number of samples with DL RQ = 7
C901230043
Mean number of idle TCH/Fs with interference band
0
C901230044
Mean number of idle TCH/Fs with interference band
1
C901230045
Mean number of idle TCH/Fs with interference band
2
C901230046
Mean number of idle TCH/Fs with interference band
3
C901230047
Mean number of idle TCH/Fs with interference band
4
C901230048
Mean number of idle TCH/Fs with interference band
5
C901230049
Mean number of idle TCH/Hs with interference
band 0
C901230050
Mean number of idle TCH/Hs with interference
band 1
C901230051
Mean number of idle TCH/Hs with interference
band 2
C901230052
Mean number of idle TCH/Hs with interference
band 3
C901230053
Mean number of idle TCH/Hs with interference
band 4
C901230054
Mean number of idle TCH/Hs with interference
band 5
C901230055
Mean number of idle SDCCHs with interference
band 0
C901230056
Mean number of idle SDCCHs with interference
band 1
C901230057
Mean number of idle SDCCHs with interference
band 2
C901230058
Mean number of idle SDCCHs with interference
band 3
C901230059
Mean number of idle SDCCHs with interference
band 4
C901230060
Mean number of idle SDCCHs with interference
band 5
C901230061 Number of TRX poweroff
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C901230001
Number of intra-cell handover in attempts
Normally, intra-cell handover is triggered by receiving level,
receiving quality, interference, and concentric circle, its source
cell is same as target cell. During intra-cell handover, first send
CHANNEL ACTIVATE message to target channel, and BTS
responds CHANNEL ACTIVATE ACK message.
FI GURE 137 - I NTRA- CEL L HANDOVER

During intra-cell handover, measurement point will be counted
after BSC receives CHANNEL ACTIVATE ACK. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 137.
Times
C901230002
Number of intra-cell handover ins success
During intra-cell handover, after target channel is successfully
activated, BSC will send ASSIGNMENT COMMAND message to
MS through source channel. After BSC receives ASSIGNMENT
COMPLETE of MS from target channel, intra-cell handover is
successfully completed.
During intra-cell handover, the measurement point will be
counted after receive ASSIGNMENT COMPLETE. The
measurement point is A2, as shown in Figure 137.
Times
C901230003
Number of Intra-BSC inter-cell handover in attempts
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During inter-cell handover controlled by BSC, source and target
cells are different cells under same BSC. During inter-cell
handover, first send CHANNEL ACTIVATE message to target
channel.
FI GURE 138 - I NTER- CEL L HANDOVER CONTROL L ED B Y BSC
BSC BTS(Source) MS
HANDOVER COMMAND
CHANNEL ACT
A 2
CHANNEL ACT ACK
HANDOVER COMPLETE
BTS (Target )
HANDOVER COMMAND
HANDOVER COMPLETE
A 1

During inter-cell handover controlled by BSC, measurement
point will be counted after BSC receives CHANNEL ACTIVATE
ACK. The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure 138.
Times
C901230004
Number of Intra-BSC intra-cell handover ins success
During inter-cell handover controlled by BSC, after target
channel is successfully activated, BSC will send handover
command to MS through source channel. After BSC receives
HANDOVER COMPLETE message of MS from target channel,
inter-cell handover is successfully completed.
During inter-cell handover controlled by BSC, measurement point will be
counted after BSC receives HANDOVER COMPLETE message. The
measurement point is A2, as shown in Figure 138.
Times
C901230005
Number of Intra-MSC inter-cell handover in attempts
Inter-cell handover controlled by MSC is conducted after BSC
receives HANDOVER REQUEST message from MSC. After BSC
receives handover request message, first send CHANNEL
ACTIVATE to acquisition target channel.
During inter-cell handover (incoming) controlled by MSC,
measurement point will be counted after BSC receives CHANNEL
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ACTIVATE ACK. The measurement point is A1, as shown in
Figure 138.
Times
C901230006
Number of Intra-MSC inter-cell handover ins success
During inter-cell handover controlled by MSC, after target
channel is successfully activated and target channel receives
HANDOVER COMPLETE message sent by MS, handover is
successfully done.
During inter-cell handover controlled by MSC, measurement
point will be counted after BSC receives HANDOVER COMPLETE
message from MS. The measurement point is A2, as shown in
Figure 138.
Times
C901230007
TCH busy time
To count used time in voice channel on carrier, including TCH/F
and TCH/H. This can reflect carrier traffic.
Measurement formula is: (current time last measured time) *
the number of MS seizing channel. Reported measurement value
shall be gotten by accumulation of each measurement value.
After each accumulation, previous measured time will be
changed to current time; at measurement point A, the number
of MS seizing channel will be incremented after accumulation; at
measurement point B, the number of MS seizing channel will be
decremented after accumulation.
There are 3 measurement points.
Accumulate while successfully acquire voice channel resource
Accumulate while release voice channel resource
Accumulate by regular measurement and acquisition
Second
C901230008
Number of TCH seizures (including handover)
The number of seizure voice channel on carrier, including TCH/F
and TCH/H. This can reflect the traffic busy degree of carrier.
Unit
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Unit
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Count while successfully acquire voice channel resource.

Times
C901230009
Number of call drops due to TCH LAPD breakage
When LAPD link is disconnected, the call on carrier will be
interrupted, and this counter will record call interruption
condition caused by disconnected LAPD.
Count while receive LAPD Disconnected message.

Times
C901230010
Number of call drops due to TCH radio link failure
When radio link quality is poor or level is low, and unable to
change to other cells, the call on carrier will be interrupted. This
counter records the call interruption condition caused by radio
link failure.
Count while receiving radio link failure message. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 139.
FI GURE 139 - BSC RECEI VES RADI O L I NK FAI L URE MESSAGE REPORTED B Y
BTS

Times
C901230011
Number of TCH handover call drops
During handover, if HANDOVER COMMAND or ASSIGNMENT
COMMAND (intra-cell handover) has been sent, but BSC doesnt
Measurement
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Unit
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Unit
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receive HANDOVER COMPLETE message or ASSIGNMENT
COMPLETE message during guard time, the handover is failed
and intra-cell handover and BSC controlled inter-cell handover
will be interrupted. This counter records the call interruption
condition caused by handover failure.
This counter will count at following cases:
When receiving T3013 timer timeout message. The measurement
point is A2, as shown in Figure 140.
FI GURE 140 - I NTER- CEL L HANDOVER FAI L URE

When receiving T3107 timer timeout message. The measurement
point is A2, as shown in Figure 141.
FI GURE 141 - I NTRA- CEL L HANDOVER FAI L URE
A1
BTS
SET T3107
T3107 Timeout
A2
BSC
CHANNEL ACTIVATE
CHANNEL ACTIVATE ACK
ASSIGNMENT COMMAND
MS

Times
C901230012
Number of TCH/F activation attempts (including handover)
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Count the number of originating CHANNEL ACTIVATE messages
from carrier TCH/F channel.
Count after BSC sends CHANNEL ACTIVATE message to BTS.
The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure 142.
FI GURE 142 - CHANNEL ACTI VATI ON MEASUREMENT POI NT

Times
C901230013
Number of TCH/F activation success (including handover)
Count the number of successful activation from carrier TCH/F
channel.
Count after BSC receives CHANNEL ACTIVATE ACK message. The
measurement point is A2, as shown in Figure 142.
Times
C901230014
Number of TCH/F assignment attempts
Count the number of sending ASSIGNMENT COMMAND by BSC
while assigning TCH/F channel.
Count after BSC sends ASSIGNMENT COMMAND message to BTS.
The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure 143.
Description
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Point
Unit
Definition
Description
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FI GURE 143 - TCH/ F CHANNEL ASSI GNMENT MEASUREMENT POI NT

Times
C901230015
Number of TCH/F assignment success
When assign TCH/F channel, BSC sends ASSIGNMENT
COMMAND message to assignment channel, after BSC receives
EST IND or ASSIGNMENT COMPLETE message, channel
assignment is successful.
Count after BSC receives EST IND or ASSIGNMENT COMPLETE
message. The measurement point is A2, as shown in Figure 143.
Times
C901230016
Number of TCH/H activation attempts (including handover)
Count the number of originating channel activation from carrier
TCH/H channel.
Count after BSC sends CHANNEL ACTIVATE message to BTS.
The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure 142.
Times
C901230017
Number of TCH/H activation success (including handover)
Count the number of successful activation from carrier TCH/H
channel.
Count after BSC receives CHANNEL ACTIVATE ACK message. The
measurement point is A2, as shown in Figure 142.
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Times
C901230018
Number of TCH/H assignment attempts
Count the number of sending ASSIGNMENT COMMAND by BSC
while assigning TCH/H channel.
Count after BSC sends ASSIGNMENT COMMAND message to BTS.
The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure 143.
Times
C901230019
Number of TCH/H assignment success
When assign TCH/H channel, BSC sends ASSIGNMENT
COMMAND message to assignment channel, after BSC receives
EST IND or ASSIGNMENT COMPLETE message, channel
assignment is successful.
Count after BSC receives EST IND or ASSIGNMENT COMPLETE
message. The measurement point is A2, as shown in Figure 143.
Times
C901230020
SDCCH busy time
Time used by SDCCH channel on carrier, including assignment
and handover. This can reflect traffic of carrier SDCCH channel.
Measurement formula is: (current time last measured time) *
the number of MS seizing channel.
Reported measurement value shall be gotten by accumulation of
each measurement value. After each accumulation, previous
measured time will be changed to current time; when SDCCH
channel is seized, the number of MS seizing channel will be
incremented after accumulation; when SDCCH channel is
released, the number of MS seizing channel will be decremented
after accumulation.
There are 3 measurement points as follows.
Accumulate while successfully acquire SDCCH channel resource
Accumulate while release SDCCH channel resource
Accumulate by regular measurement and acquisition
Second
Unit
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Unit
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C901230021
Number of attempts for SDCCH
Count the number of successful and failed SDCCH application
during assignment and handover.
Count after BSC applying for SDCCH is successful or failed.

Times
C901230022
Number of SDCCH call drops
During assignment and handover, ASSIGNMENT COMPLETE or
HANDOVER COMPLETE is not received after send ASSIGNMENT
COMMAND or HANDOVER COMMAND message. After T3103 or
T3107 timer times out, it is considered as SDCCH failure, see
Figure 140 and Figure 141.
If handover to external cell, when HANDOVER COMMAND is
delivered, start THoOutGo, CLEAR COMMAND of MSC is not
received before THoOutGo times out, it is considered as SDCCH
failure, as shown in Figure 144.
In addition, when LAPD is broken or disconnected, if channel is
SDCCH, it will be recorded as SDCCH call drops.
FI GURE 144 - THOOUTGO TI MEOUT

This counter will count at following cases:
When BSC receives LAPD breakage message and channel is
SDCCH.
When BSC connection faults and channel is SDCCH.
After THoOutGo timer times out.
After T3103 timer times out.
After T3107 timer times out.
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Times
C901230023
Number of SDCCH activation attempts (including handover)
Count the number of originating CHANNEL ACTIVATE messages
from carrier SDCCH channel.
Count after BSC sends CHANNEL ACTIVATE message to BTS.
The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure 142.
Times
C901230024
Number of SDCCH activation success (including handover)
Count the number of successful activation from carrier SDCCH
channel.
Count after BSC receives CHANNEL ACTIVATE ACK message. The
measurement point is A2, as shown in Figure 142.
Times
C901230025
Number of SDCCH assignment attempts
When assign SDCCH channel, BSC assigns SDCCH channels by
sending IMMEDIATE ASSIGNMENT message or ASSIGNMENT
COMMAND message. This counter counts the number of SDCCH
assignment attempts.
Count after BSC sends IMMEDIATE ASSIGNMENT message or
ASSIGNMENT COMMAND to BTS. The measurement point is A1,
as shown in Figure 145.
FI GURE 145 - CHANNEL ASSI GNMENT MEASUREMENT POI NT

Unit
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Unit
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Times
C901230026
Number of SDCCH assignment success
When assign SDCCH channel, BSC sends IMMEDIATE
ASSIGNMENT message or ASSIGNMENT COMMAND message to
assignment channel, after BSC receives EST IND (CM SERV REQ),
channel assignment is successful.
Count after BSC receives EST IND (CM SERV REQ) message. The
measurement point is A2, as shown in Figure 145.
Times
C901230027
Number of samples with UL RQ = 0
BTS measures the level, quality, and interference of UL signal
received in channel, and reports it to BSC, in combination with
measurement report of DL signal reported by MS. Interval
between BTS measurement and report is consistent with that of
MS, that is, one measurement report is reported to BSC per
480ms.Measurement mechanism of following counter
C901230028~C901230042 is same as that of this measurement
value. This measurement value is the sample number with UL
RQ=0 in measurement report.
BSC receives the measurement report submitted by BTS, if UL
RQ=0 in measurement report, this counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 146.
FI GURE 146 - BSC RECEI VES THE MEASUREMENT REPORT SUB MI TTED B Y
BTS
BTS BSC
MEASUREMENT REPORT
A

Times
C901230028
Number of samples with UL RQ = 1
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Unit
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This measurement value is the sample number with UL RQ=1 in
measurement report.
BSC receives the measurement report submitted by BTS, if UL
RQ=1 in measurement report, this counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 146.
Times
C901230029
Number of samples with UL RQ = 2
This measurement value is the sample number with UL RQ=2 in
measurement report.
BSC receives the measurement report submitted by BTS, if UL
RQ=2 in measurement report, this counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 146.
Times
C901230030
Number of samples with UL RQ = 3
This measurement value is the sample number with UL RQ=3 in
measurement report.
BSC receives the measurement report submitted by BTS, if UL
RQ=3 in measurement report, this counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 146.
Times
C901230031
Number of samples with UL RQ = 4
This measurement value is the sample number with UL RQ=4 in
measurement report.
BSC receives the measurement report submitted by BTS, if UL RQ=4 in
measurement report, this counter increments. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 146.
Times
C901230032
Number of samples with UL RQ = 5
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
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Point
Unit
Definition
Description
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Unit
Definition
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This measurement value is the sample number with UL RQ=5 in
measurement report.
BSC receives the measurement report submitted by BTS, if UL
RQ=5 in measurement report, this counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 146.
Times
C901230033
Number of samples with UL RQ = 6
This measurement value is the sample number with UL RQ=6 in
measurement report.
BSC receives the measurement report submitted by BTS, if UL
RQ=6 in measurement report, this counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 146.
Times
C901230034
Number of samples with UL RQ = 7
This measurement value is the sample number with UL RQ=7 in
measurement report.
BSC receives the measurement report submitted by BTS, if UL
RQ=7 in measurement report, this counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 146.
Times
C901230035
Number of samples with DL RQ = 0
This measurement value is the sample number with DL RQ=1 in
measurement report.
BSC receives the measurement report submitted by BTS, if DL
RQ=0 in measurement report, this counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 146.
Times
C901230036
Number of samples with DL RQ = 1
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Point
Unit
Definition
Description
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Point
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Definition
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This measurement value is the sample number with DL RQ=1 in
measurement report.
BSC receives the measurement report submitted by BTS, if DL
RQ=1 in measurement report, this counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 146.
Times
C901230037
Number of samples with DL RQ = 2
This measurement value is the sample number with DL RQ=2 in
measurement report.
BSC receives the measurement report submitted by BTS, if DL
RQ=2 in measurement report, this counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 146.
Times
C901230038
Number of samples with DL RQ = 3
This measurement value is the sample number with DL RQ=3 in
measurement report.
BSC receives the measurement report submitted by BTS, if DL RQ=3 in
measurement report, this counter increments. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 146.
Times
C901230039
Number of samples with DL RQ = 4
This measurement value is the sample number with DL RQ=4 in
measurement report.
BSC receives the measurement report submitted by BTS, if UL
RQ=4 in measurement report, this counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 146.
Times
C901230040
Number of samples with DL RQ = 5
Description
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Point
Unit
Definition
Description
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Point
Unit
Definition
Description
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This measurement value is the sample number with DL RQ=5 in
measurement report.
BSC receives the measurement report submitted by BTS, if DL
RQ=5 in measurement report, this counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 146.
Times
C901230041
Number of samples with DL RQ = 6
This measurement value is the sample number with DL RQ=6 in
measurement report.
BSC receives the measurement report submitted by BTS, if DL
RQ=6 in measurement report, this counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 146.
Times
C901230042
Number of samples with DL RQ = 7
This measurement value is the sample number with DL RQ=7 in
measurement report.
BSC receives the measurement report submitted by BTS, if DL
RQ=7 in measurement report, this counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 146.
Times
C901230043
Mean number of idle TCH/Fs with interference band 0
Regularly query database, acquire idle TCH/F number at
different interference level on carrier, to represent average with
queried value. Interference level for different TCH/F channel in
database will be updated after BSC receives radio resource sent
by BTS. Measurement mechanism of following counter
C901230044~ C901230060 is same as that of this measurement
value. This measurement value is idle TCH/F number when
interference band is 0 in carrier.
Count when regularly query database.

Times
Description
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
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Point
Unit
Definition
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C901230044
Mean number of idle TCH/Fs with interference band 1
This measurement value is idle TCH/F number when interference
band is 1 in carrier.
Count when regularly query database.

Times
C901230045
Mean number of idle TCH/Fs with interference band 2
This measurement value is idle TCH/F number when interference
band is 2 in carrier.
Count when regularly query database.

Times
C901230046
Mean number of idle TCH/Fs with interference band 3
This measurement value is idle TCH/F number when interference
band is 3 in carrier.
Count when regularly query database.

Times
C901230047
Mean number of idle TCH/Fs with interference band 4
This measurement value is idle TCH/F number when interference
band is 4 in carrier.
Count when regularly query database.

Times
Definition
Description
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Point
Unit
Definition
Description
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C901230048
Mean number of idle TCH/Fs with interference band 5
This measurement value is idle TCH/F number when interference
band is 5 in carrier.
Count when regularly query database.

Times
C901230049
Mean number of idle TCH/Hs with interference band 0
This measurement value is idle TCH/H number when
interference band is 0 in carrier.
Count when regularly query database

Times
C901230050
Mean number of idle TCH/Hs with interference band 1
This measurement value is idle TCH/H number when
interference band is 1 in carrier.
Count when regularly query database.

Times
C901230051
Mean number of idle TCH/Hs with interference band 2
This measurement value is idle TCH/H number when
interference band is 2 in carrier.
Count when regularly query database.

Times
Definition
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Point
Unit
Definition
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C901230052
Mean number of idle TCH/Hs with interference band 3
This measurement value is idle TCH/H number when
interference band is 3 in carrier.
Count when regularly query database.

Times
C901230053
Mean number of idle TCH/Hs with interference band 4
This measurement value is idle TCH/H number when
interference band is 4 in carrier.
Count when regularly query database.

Times
C901230054
Mean number of idle TCH/Hs with interference band 5
This measurement value is idle TCH/H number when
interference band is 5 in carrier.
Count when regularly query database.

Times
C901230055
Mean number of idle SDCCHs with interference band 0
This measurement value is idle SDCCH number when
interference band is 0 in carrier.
Count when regularly query database.

Times
Definition
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Unit
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C901230056
Mean number of idle SDCCHs with interference band 1
This measurement value is idle SDCCH number when
interference band is 1 in carrier.
Count when regularly query database.

Times
C901230057
Mean number of idle SDCCHs with interference band 2
This measurement value is idle SDCCH number when
interference band is 2 in carrier.
Count when regularly query database.

Times
C901230058
Mean number of idle SDCCHs with interference band 3
This measurement value is idle SDCCH number when
interference band is 3 in carrier.
Count when regularly query database.

Times
C901230059
Mean number of idle SDCCHs with interference band 4
This measurement value is idle SDCCH number when
interference band is 4 in carrier.
Count when regularly query database.

Times
Definition
Description
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Unit
Definition
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C901230060
Mean number of idle SDCCHs with interference band 5
This measurement value is idle SDCCH number when
interference band is 5 in carrier.
Count when regularly query database.

Times
C901230061
Number of TRX poweroff
This counter counts the number of TRX smart poweroff,
excluding normal POWER OFF.
This counter increments during smart poweron.

Times
C901230062
Duration of TRX poweroff
This counter counts the duration of TRX poweroff.
This counter increments during smart poweron.

Times



Definition
Description
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
Description
Measurement
Point
Unit
Definition
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A p p e n d i x A
Abbreviations

Abbreviation Full Name
A
Abis Abis Interface
AIPP A-Interface Peripheral Processor
AIU A-Interface Unit
AUC Access Unit Controller
B
BCCH Broadcast Channel
BSC Base Station Controller
BTS Base Transceiver Station
BSSAP Base Station Subsystem Application Part
BSSGP Base Station Subsystem GPRS Protocol
BSSMAP Base Station Subsystem Management
Application Part
BTS Base Transceiver Station
BVC BSSGP Virtual Connection
BVCI BSSGP Virtual Connection Identifier
C
CBCH Cell Broadcast Channel
CC Call Control
CCCH Common Control Channel
CCH Control Channel
CS Circuit Switched
D
DRT Dual Rate Transcoder
DTAP Direct Transfer Application Part
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Abbreviation Full Name
EDRT Enhanced Dual Rate Transcoder
EGSM Extended GSM
F
FACCH Fast Associated Control Channel
FACCH/F Fast Associated Control Channel/Full rate
FACCH/H Fast Associated Control Channel/Half rate
FR Frame Relay
FRP Frame Relay Protocol
FU Frame Unit
G
GGSN Gateway GPRS Support Node
GIU GPRS Interface Unit
GPRS General Packet Radio Service
GSM Global System for Mobile communication
GSN GPRS Support Node
H
HSN Hopping Sequence Number
K
KPI Key Performance Indicator
L
LAPD Link Access Protocol of D-Channel
LLC Logical Link Control
LMT Local Management Terminal
LOC Location update
M
MM Mobility Management
MOC Mobile Originated Call
MS Mobile Station
MSC Mobile Switching Center
MO-SM MS Originated Short Message
MT-SM MS Terminated Short Message
MTC Mobile Terminated Call
MTP Message Transfer Part
N
NC Network Controller
NMS Network Management Signaling
NMS Network Management Software


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Abbreviation Full Name
NS Network Service
NSE Network Service Entity
NSEI Network Service Entity Identifier
NSVC Network Service Virtual Circuit
O
OMC Operation Maintenance Center
OMCR Operation Maintenance Center Radio
P
PACCH Packet Associated Control Channel
PAGCH Paging and Access Grant Channel
PBGT Power Budget
PCH Paging Channel
PCU Packet Control Unit
PDU Protocol Data Unit
PDCH Packet Data Channel
PDTCH Packet Data Traffic Channel
PDU Protocol Data Unit
PS Packet Switched
R
RMM Radio Management Module
RQ Receiving Quality
RR Radio Resource
S
SACCH Slow Associated Control Channel
SACCH/F Slow Associated Control Channel/Full rate
SACCH/H Slow Associated Control Channel/Half rate
SAPI Service Access Point Identifier
SCCP Signal Correction Control Part
SDCCH Slow Distributed Control Channel
SGSN Serving GPRS Support Node
SIF Service Information Field
SIO Service Information Octets
SM Short Message
SMM Service Management Module
SMS Short Messages Service
SS Supplementary Services
T

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Abbreviation Full Name
TA Time Advance
TCH Traffic Channel
TCH/F Traffic Channel/Full rate
TCH/H Traffic Channel/Half rate
TFO Tandem Free Operation
TIC Trunk Interface Circuit
TRX Transceiver
U
UISF User Interface Support Foundation


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A p p e n d i x B
Figures

Figure 1 Intra-Cell Handover Attempt ............................... 12
Figure 2 Intra-Cell Incoming handover .............................. 12
Figure 3 Successful Intra-Cell Handover ............................ 13
Figure 4 - Inter-cell Handover Execution.............................. 16
Figure 5 Successful Intra-Cell Handover ............................ 17
Figure 6 - Handover Decision ............................................. 17
Figure 7 MS Measurement Report..................................... 43
Figure 8 - Flow of MO Short Messages during Conversation .... 57
Figure 9 - Flow of MT Short Message during Conversation ...... 59
Figure 10 - Flow of MT Short Message in Idle Status.............. 63
Figure 11 - Flow of MO Short Message in Idle Status ............. 64
Figure 12 Measurement Point of Packet Resource Request and
Packet Access Reject......................................................... 71
Figure 13 Measurement Point of Packet UL Assignment
Message.......................................................................... 72
Figure 14 Measurement Point of Additional MS Access
Capabilities Message......................................................... 72
Figure 15 DL Sent on PACCH in Packet Transmission Mode... 73
Figure 16 - DL Sent on PACCH in Packet Transmission Mode ... 74
Figure 17 - Signaling Transmission on PACCH ....................... 75
Figure 18 Measurement Point of Packet-Cell-Change-Related
Counter (1) ..................................................................... 76
Figure 19 Measurement Point of Packet-Cell-Change-Related
Counter (2) ..................................................................... 77
Figure 20 Measurement Point of Packet Cell Change Order and
Packet Cell Change Failure ................................................. 78
Figure 21 Measurement Point of Packet Mobile Status Message
on PACCH........................................................................ 79

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Figure 22 Measurement Point of DL TBF Establishes execution
Polling ............................................................................ 80
Figure 23 Measurement Point of Packet Power Control/Timing
Advance Message Sent on PACCH....................................... 80
Figure 24 Measurement Point of Packet-Service-Cell-Data-
Related Counter ............................................................... 81
Figure 25 Flow of Establishing UL on PACCH under DL
Transmission Status.......................................................... 82
Figure 26 Flow of Establishing DL on PACCH under UL
Transmission Status.......................................................... 83
Figure 27 Measurement Point of BSC Issuing Packet Paging
Request Message.............................................................. 83
Figure 28 Measurement Point of BSC Issuing Packet System
Message.......................................................................... 84
Figure 29 DL Request ..................................................... 88
Figure 30 DL Assignment Request .................................... 89
Figure 31 Database Application Failure due to Abis Congestion
I .................................................................................... 90
Figure 32 Database Application Failure due to Abis Congestion
II ................................................................................... 90
Figure 33 Database Application Failure due to RR Congestion I
..................................................................................... 91
Figure 34 Database Application Failure due to RR Congestion II
..................................................................................... 91
Figure 35 Database Application Failure due to UPPB-DSP
Channel Congestion I........................................................ 92
Figure 36 Database Application Failure due to UPPB-DSP
Channel Congestion II....................................................... 92
Figure 37 Successful Resource Application......................... 93
Figure 38 PDCH Activation Failure .................................... 94
Figure 39 Connection Failure due to BTS Connection Failed .. 94
Figure 40 Connection Failure due to BIU Connection Failed .. 95
Figure 41 - DL GPRS TBF establishes channel activation and
access success................................................................. 96
Figure 42 Immediate Assignment Sending Failure............... 96
Figure 43 Successful Immediate Assignment Sending ......... 97
Figure 44 Resource Application Failure due to Abis Congestion
(Assigned by UL).............................................................. 98
Figure 45 Resource Application Failure due to RR Congestion
(Assigned by UL).............................................................. 99
Figure 46 Resource Application Failure due to UPPB-DSP
Channel Congestion (Assigned by UL).................................. 99


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Figure 47 Successful Resource Application (Assigned by UL)
................................................................................... 100
Figure 48 Successful Activation and Connection................ 102
Figure 49 Resource Application Failure due to Abis Congestion
(Resource Adjustment).................................................... 103
Figure 50 Resource Application Failure due to RR Congestion
(Resource Adjustment).................................................... 104
Figure 51 Resource Application Failure due to UPPB-DSP
Channel Congestion (Resource Adjustment) ....................... 105
Figure 52 Successful Resource Application (Resource
Adjustment) .................................................................. 106
Figure 53 Release Request due to Flush LL ...................... 109
Figure 54 Release Request due to Suspend Request.......... 109
Figure 55 Release Request due to PDCH REL.................... 110
Figure 56 Release Request due to Normal Release Request by
MAC ............................................................................. 110
Figure 57 Release Request due to Abnormal Release Request
by MAC......................................................................... 111
Figure 58 Release Request due to NSVC Unavailability....... 111
Figure 59 Release Request due to BVC Unavailability......... 112
Figure 60 Release Request due to Other Reasons ............. 112
Figure 61 - DL GPRS resource request success.................... 113
Figure 62 - Resource Assignment Success.......................... 114
Figure 63 Release DL GPRS TBF..................................... 115
Figure 64 - Channel Request ............................................ 144
Figure 65 - Packet Channel Request .................................. 145
Figure 66 UL Assignment Request (DL GPRS TBF already
established)................................................................... 146
Figure 67 - Channel Requests on CCCH due to One Phase Access
................................................................................... 146
Figure 68 - Packet Channel Requests on CCCH due to One Phase
Access .......................................................................... 146
Figure 69 - Channel Request due to Single Block Packet Access
................................................................................... 147
Figure 70 - Channel Request due to Response Paging .......... 148
Figure 71 - Channel Requests due to Cell Update ................ 148
Figure 72 - Channel Requests due to Mobile Management .... 149
Figure 73 - Channel Requests on CCCH due to Two Phase Access
................................................................................... 149
Figure 74 - Packet Channel Requests on PCCCH due to Two
Phase Access ................................................................. 150

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Figure 75 - Packet Channel Requests on PCCCH due to Short
Access .......................................................................... 150
Figure 76 - DB Resource Requests Failure due to Abis Congestion
(CCCH) ......................................................................... 151
Figure 77 - DB resource Requests Failure due to Abis Congestion
(PCCCH) ....................................................................... 151
Figure 78 - DB resource Requests Failure due to Abis Congestion
(DL GPRS TBF already Established) ................................... 151
Figure 79 - DB Resource Requests Failure due to rr Congestion
(CCCH) ......................................................................... 152
Figure 80 - DB resource Requests Failure due to rr Congestion
(PCCCH) ....................................................................... 152
Figure 81 - DB resource Requests Failure due to Abis Congestion
(DL GPRS TBF already Established) ................................... 153
Figure 82 - DB Resource Requests Failure due to UPPB-DSP
channel Congestion (CCCH) ............................................. 153
Figure 83 - DB resource Requests Failure due to Abis Congestion
(PCCCH) ....................................................................... 154
Figure 84 - DB resource Requests Failure due to DPPB-DSP
Congestion (DL GPRS TBF already Established)................... 154
Figure 85 - DB Resource Request Successes....................... 155
Figure 86 - DB resource Request Successes ....................... 155
Figure 87 - Channel Request Successes on CCCH due to One
Phase Access ................................................................. 156
Figure 88 - Packet Channel Request Successes on CCCH due to
One Phase Access........................................................... 156
Figure 89 - Channel Requests Successes due to Single Block
Packet Access ................................................................ 157
Figure 90 - DB Resource Request Successes due to Response
Paging .......................................................................... 157
Figure 91 - DB Resource Request Successes due to Cell Update
................................................................................... 158
Figure 92 - DB Resource Request Successes due to Mobile
Management (PCCCH)..................................................... 158
Figure 93 - DB Resource Request Successes due to Two Phase
Access (CCCH)............................................................... 159
Figure 94 - DB Resource Request Successes on PCCCH due to
Two Phase Access........................................................... 159
Figure 95 - DB Resource Request Successes due to Short Access
(PCCCH) ....................................................................... 160
Figure 96 - UL GPRS TBF Establishment on PCCCH/CCCH..... 163
Figure 97 - UL One-Phase-Access Resource Assignment
Successes ..................................................................... 164


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Figure 98 - UL Two-Phase-Access Single Block Assignment
Successes ..................................................................... 164
Figure 99 - DB Resource Requests Failure due to Abis Congestion
(Resource Request) ........................................................ 173
Figure 100 - DB Resource Requests Failure due to rr Congestion
(2) ............................................................................... 174
Figure 101 - DB Resource Requests Failure due to UPPB-DSP
channel Congestion (Resource Request)............................. 175
Figure 102 - DB Resource Requests Successes (Resource
Request) ....................................................................... 175
Figure 103 - DB Resource Requests Successes (Resource
Request) ....................................................................... 176
Figure 104 - UL GPRS resource request success.................. 181
Figure 105 - Resource Assignment Success ........................ 182
Figure 106 - Release UL GPRS TBF.................................... 183
Figure 107 - EGPRS Channel Request ................................ 190
Figure 108 - EGPRS Packet Channel Request ...................... 191
Figure 109 - EGPRS Channel Requests on CCCH due to One
Phase Access ................................................................. 192
Figure 110 - EGPRS Packet Channel Requests on CCCH due to
One Phase Access........................................................... 192
Figure 111 - EGPRS Channel Requests on CCCH due to Two
Phase Access ................................................................. 193
Figure 112 - EGPRS Packet Channel Requests on PCCCH due to
Two Phase Access........................................................... 194
Figure 113 - EGPRS Channel Requests on CCCH due to Short
Access .......................................................................... 194
Figure 114 - EGPRS Packet Channel Requests on PCCCH due to
Two Phase Access........................................................... 195
Figure 115 - DB Resource Requests Failure due to Abis
Congestion (EGPRS) ....................................................... 195
Figure 116 - DB Resource Requests Failure due to rr Congestion
(EGPRS)........................................................................ 196
Figure 117 - DB Resource Requests Failure due to UPPB-DSP
channel Congestion (EGPRS)............................................ 197
Figure 118 - DB Resource Request Successes (EGPRS) ........ 197
Figure 119 - DB Resource Request Successes on CCCH due to
One Phase Access........................................................... 198
Figure 120 - DB Resource Request Successes on PCCCH due to
One Phase Access........................................................... 198
Figure 121 - EGPRS DB Resource Request Successes due to Two
Phase Access (CCCH)...................................................... 200

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Figure 122 - DB Resource Request Successes on PCCCH due to
Two Phase Access........................................................... 200
Figure 123 - EGPRS DB Resource Request Successes due to
Short Access (CCCH) ...................................................... 201
Figure 124 - EGPRS DB Resource Request Successes due to
Short Access (PCCCH)..................................................... 201
Figure 125 - UL EGPRS resource request success ................ 220
Figure 126 - Release UL EGPRS TBF .................................. 222
Figure 127 - PAGING PS Process....................................... 224
Figure 128 - PAGING CS Process ...................................... 225
Figure 129 - FLUSH-LL Process......................................... 225
Figure 130 - BVC Blocking Process.................................... 226
Figure 131 - BVC Unblocking Process ................................ 227
Figure 132 - BVC Reset Process........................................ 228
Figure 133 - Perform Locating Process............................... 229
Figure 134 - Receive FLUSH-LL for UL & DL TBF.................. 231
Figure 135 - Receive FLUSH-LL for DL TBF ......................... 232
Figure 136 - Receive FLUSH-LL for UL TBF ......................... 232
Figure 137 - Intra-cell handover ....................................... 238
Figure 138 - Inter-cell Handover Controlled by BSC............. 239
Figure 139 - BSC Receives Radio Link Failure Message Reported
by BTS.......................................................................... 241
Figure 140 - Inter-cell Handover Failure............................. 242
Figure 141 - Intra-cell Handover Failure............................. 242
Figure 142 - Channel Activation Measurement Point ............ 243
Figure 143 - TCH/F Channel Assignment Measurement Point. 244
Figure 144 - THoOutGo Timeout ....................................... 246
Figure 145 - Channel Assignment Measurement Point .......... 247
Figure 146 - BSC Receives the measurement report submitted
by BTS.......................................................................... 248


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Tables

Table 1 Manual Summary...................................................i
Table 2 - Typographical Conventions..................................... iii
Table 3 - Mouse Operation Conventions ................................ iv
Table 4 Usage Explanation of the Hazardous Substances in
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) ........................................................... v
Table 5 - Sub Cell Statistics Counters ....................................7
Table 6 - MS TA Measurement Counters ............................... 41
Table 7 - SAPI3 Measurement Counters ............................... 55
Table 8 - UL and DL PACCH Statistics Counters ..................... 69
TABLE 9 - DL GPRS DATA TBF STATI STI CS COUNTERS ........... 85
TABLE 10- DL EGPRS DATA TBF STATI STI CS COUNTERS ...... 117
Table 11 - UL GPRS Data TBF statistics Counter .................. 139
Table 12 - UL EGPRS Data TBF statistics Counter................. 185
Table 13 - BSSGP Flow Statistics Counter........................... 223
Table 14 - TRX measurement counter ................................ 235


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Index

C901130001 ...................... 10
C901130002 ...................... 10
C901130003 ...................... 11
C901130004 ...................... 11
C901130005 ...................... 11
C901130006 ...................... 12
C901130007 ...................... 12
C901130008 ...................... 13
C901130009 ...................... 13
C901130010 ...................... 14
C901130011 ...................... 14
C901130012 ...................... 15
C901130013 ...................... 15
C901130014 ...................... 15
C901130015 ...................... 16
C901130016 ...................... 16
C901130017 ...................... 17
C901130018 ...................... 18
C901130019 ...................... 18
C901130020 ...................... 19
C901130021 ...................... 19
C901130022 ...................... 20
C901130023 ...................... 20
C901130024 ...................... 21
C901130025 ...................... 21
C901130026 ...................... 22
C901130027 ...................... 22
C901130028 ...................... 23
C901130029 ...................... 23
C901130030 ...................... 24
C901130031 ...................... 24
C901130032 ...................... 25
C901130033 ...................... 25
C901130034 ...................... 26
C901130035 ...................... 26
C901130036 ...................... 27
C901130037 ...................... 27
C901130038 ...................... 28
C901130039 ...................... 28
C901130040 ...................... 29
C901130041 ...................... 30
C901130042 ...................... 30
C901130043 ...................... 31
C901130044 ...................... 31
C901130045 ...................... 32
C901130046 ...................... 32
C901130047 ...................... 33
C901130048 ...................... 33
C901130049 ...................... 34
C901130050 ...................... 34
C901130051 ...................... 35
C901130052 ...................... 35
C901130053 ...................... 36
C901130054 ...................... 36
C901130055 ...................... 37
C901130056 ...................... 37
C901130057 ...................... 38
C901130058 ...................... 38
C901130059 ...................... 39
C901130060 ...................... 39
C901140001 ...................... 42
C901140002 ...................... 43
C901140003 ...................... 43
C901140004 ...................... 43
C901140005 ...................... 44
C901140006 ...................... 44
C901140007 ...................... 44
C901140008 ...................... 45
C901140009 ...................... 45
C901140010 ...................... 45
C901140011 ...................... 46
C901140012 ...................... 46
C901140013 ...................... 46
C901140014 ...................... 47
C901140015 ...................... 47
C901140016 ...................... 47
C901140017 ...................... 48
C901140018 ...................... 48
C901140019 ...................... 48
C901140020 ...................... 49
C901140021 ...................... 49
C901140022 ...................... 49
C901140023 ...................... 50
C901140024 ...................... 50
C901140025 ...................... 50
C901140026 ...................... 51
C901140027 ...................... 51
C901140028 ...................... 51
C901140029 ...................... 52
C901140030 ...................... 52
C901140031 ...................... 52
C901140032 ...................... 53
C901140033 ...................... 53
C901150001 ...................... 56
C901150002 ...................... 57
C901150004 ...................... 58
C901150005 ...................... 58
C901150006 ...................... 58
C901150007 ...................... 59
C901150009 ...................... 60

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C901150010...................... 60
C901150011...................... 60
C901150012...................... 61
C901150014...................... 61
C901150015...................... 61
C901150016...................... 62
C901150017...................... 64
C901150018...................... 65
C901150019...................... 65
C901150020...................... 65
C901150021...................... 66
C901150022...................... 66
C901150023...................... 66
C901150024...................... 67
C901150025...................... 67
C901160001...................... 70
C901160002...................... 71
C901160003...................... 71
C901160004...................... 72
C901160005...................... 73
C901160006...................... 73
C901160007...................... 74
C901160008...................... 74
C901160009...................... 75
C901160010...................... 75
C901160011...................... 76
C901160012...................... 77
C901160013...................... 77
C901160014...................... 78
C901160017...................... 78
C901160018...................... 79
C901160019...................... 79
C901160020...................... 79
C901160021...................... 80
C901160022...................... 81
C901160023...................... 81
C901160024...................... 82
C901160025...................... 82
C901160026...................... 83
C901160027...................... 84
C901170002...................... 88
C901170003...................... 88
C901170004...................... 89
C901170005...................... 89
C901170007...................... 89
C901170008...................... 90
C901170009...................... 91
C901170010...................... 92
C901170011...................... 93
C901170012...................... 93
C901170013...................... 94
C901170014...................... 95
C901170015...................... 95
C901170016...................... 96
C901170017...................... 96
C901170018...................... 97
C901170019...................... 97
C901170020...................... 97
C901170023...................... 97
C901170024...................... 98
C901170025.......................99
C901170026..................... 100
C901170027..................... 100
C901170028..................... 101
C901170029..................... 101
C901170030..................... 101
C901170031..................... 102
C901170032..................... 102
C901170033..................... 103
C901170036..................... 103
C901170037..................... 103
C901170038..................... 104
C901170039..................... 105
C901170040..................... 106
C901170041..................... 106
C901170042..................... 107
C901170043..................... 107
C901170044..................... 108
C901170045..................... 108
C901170046..................... 108
C901170047..................... 108
C901170048..................... 109
C901170049..................... 109
C901170050..................... 110
C901170051..................... 110
C901170052..................... 111
C901170053..................... 112
C901170054..................... 112
C901170055..................... 113
C901170056..................... 113
C901170057..................... 113
C901170058..................... 114
C901170059..................... 114
C901180002..................... 120
C901180003..................... 120
C901180004..................... 121
C901180005..................... 121
C901180007..................... 121
C901180008..................... 121
C901180009..................... 122
C901180010..................... 123
C901180011..................... 123
C901180012..................... 123
C901180013..................... 124
C901180014..................... 124
C901180015..................... 125
C901180016..................... 125
C901180017..................... 125
C901180018..................... 126
C901180019..................... 126
C901180020..................... 126
C901180023..................... 126
C901180024..................... 127
C901180025..................... 127
C901180026..................... 128
C901180027..................... 128
C901180028..................... 128
C901180029..................... 129
C901180030..................... 129
C901180031..................... 130


Index

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C901180032 .................... 130
C901180033 .................... 130
C901180036 .................... 130
C901180037 .................... 131
C901180038 .................... 131
C901180039 .................... 132
C901180040 .................... 132
C901180041 .................... 133
C901180042 .................... 133
C901180043 .................... 134
C901180044 .................... 134
C901180045 .................... 134
C901180046 .................... 134
C901180047 .................... 135
C901180048 .................... 135
C901180049 .................... 135
C901180050 .................... 136
C901180051 .................... 136
C901180052 .................... 136
C901180053 .................... 137
C901180054 .................... 137
C901190002 .................... 144
C901190003 .................... 144
C901190004 .................... 145
C901190005 .................... 145
C901190006 .................... 145
C901190007 .................... 146
C901190008 .................... 147
C901190009 .................... 147
C901190010 .................... 148
C901190011 .................... 148
C901190012 .................... 149
C901190013 .................... 150
C901190015 .................... 150
C901190016 .................... 152
C901190017 .................... 153
C901190018 .................... 154
C901190019 .................... 155
C901190020 .................... 156
C901190021 .................... 157
C901190022 .................... 157
C901190023 .................... 158
C901190024 .................... 159
C901190025 .................... 159
C901190026 .................... 160
C901190027 .................... 161
C901190028 .................... 161
C901190029 .................... 162
C901190030 .................... 162
C901190031 .................... 162
C901190032 .................... 163
C901190033 .................... 163
C901190034 .................... 163
C901190035 .................... 164
C901190038 .................... 164
C901190039 .................... 165
C901190040 .................... 165
C901190041 .................... 166
C901190042 .................... 166
C901190043 .................... 166
C901190044 .................... 167
C901190045 .................... 167
C901190046 .................... 168
C901190047 .................... 168
C901190048 .................... 168
C901190051 .................... 168
C901190052 .................... 169
C901190053 .................... 169
C901190054 .................... 170
C901190055 .................... 170
C901190056 .................... 171
C901190057 .................... 171
C901190058 .................... 172
C901190059 .................... 172
C901190060 .................... 172
C901190061 .................... 172
C901190062 .................... 173
C901190064 .................... 173
C901190065 .................... 173
C901190066 .................... 174
C901190067 .................... 175
C901190068 .................... 176
C901190069 .................... 176
C901190070 .................... 177
C901190071 .................... 177
C901190072 .................... 178
C901190073 .................... 178
C901190074 .................... 178
C901190075 .................... 178
C901190076 .................... 179
C901190077 .................... 179
C901190078 .................... 179
C901190079 .................... 180
C901190080 .................... 180
C901190081 .................... 180
C901190082 .................... 181
C901190083 .................... 181
C901190084 .................... 181
C901190085 .................... 182
C901190086 .................... 182
C901190087 .................... 183
C901200002 .................... 190
C901200003 .................... 190
C901200004 .................... 191
C901200005 .................... 191
C901200006 .................... 191
C901200007 .................... 192
C901200008 .................... 192
C901200009 .................... 193
C901200010 .................... 193
C901200011 .................... 193
C901200012 .................... 193
C901200013 .................... 194
C901200015 .................... 195
C901200016 .................... 196
C901200017 .................... 196
C901200018 .................... 197
C901200019 .................... 198
C901200020 .................... 198
C901200021 .................... 199

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C901200022.....................199
C901200023.....................199
C901200024.....................199
C901200025.....................200
C901200026.....................201
C901200027.....................201
C901200028.....................202
C901200029.....................202
C901200030.....................203
C901200031.....................203
C901200032.....................204
C901200033.....................204
C901200034.....................204
C901200035.....................205
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ZXG10 iBSC
Base Station Controller
Performance Counter Manual Volume I
Version 6.20
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Contents

About This Manual ............................................................ i
Purpose................................................................................ i
Intended Audience ................................................................. i
Prerequisite Skill and Knowledge.............................................. i
What Is in This Manual ........................................................... i
Related Documentation.......................................................... ii
Conventions........................................................................ iii
How to Get in Touch............................................................. iv
Declaration of RoHS Compliance..................................... v
Chapter 1.......................................................................... 1
PS Basic Measurement (BSC).......................................... 1
Overview............................................................................. 1
PS Basic Measurement (BSC) Counter Index ............................. 1
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Chapter 2.......................................................................... 3
PS Basic Measurement (Cell) .......................................... 3
Overview............................................................................. 3
PS Basic Measurement (Cell) Counter Index.............................. 3
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CPU Load Measurement...............................................119
Overview......................................................................... 119
CPU Load Measurement Counter Index................................. 119
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Chapter 4......................................................................121
CS Basic Measurement ................................................121
Overview......................................................................... 121
CS Basic Measurement Counter Index.................................. 121
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Confidential and Proprietary Information of ZTE CORPORATION i
About This Manual

Purpose
This manual provides procedures and guidelines that support the
operation of the ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20).
Intended Audience
This manual is intended for engineers and technicians who
perform operation activities on the ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20).
Prerequisite Skill and Knowledge
To use this manual effectively, users should have a general
understanding of wireless telecommunications technology.
Familiarity with the following is helpful:
ZXG10 system and its various components
GSM BSS components and processes
Local operating procedures
What Is in This Manual
This manual contains three volumes, including the following
sections:
TAB L E 1 MANUAL SUMMARY
Section Summary
Chapter 1, PS Basic
Measurement (BSC)
Introduces the detailed information about
counters related to PS basic measurement
(BSC).
Chapter 2, PS Basic
Measurement (Cell)
Introduces the detailed information about
counters related to PS basic measurement
(Cell).
Chapter 3, CPU Load Introduces the detailed information about

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Section Summary
Measurement counters related to CPU load
measurement.
Chapter 4, CS Basic
Measurement
Introduces the detailed information about
counters related to CS basic
measurement.
Appendix A,
Abbreviations
Lists all the abbreviations used in this
manual.
Appendix B, Figures
and Tables
Lists all the figures and tables used in this
manual.
Index Index of terms and definitions appeared in
this manual.
Related Documentation
The following documentation is related to this manual:
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Documentation
Guide
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Technical
Manual
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Hardware
Manual
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Installation
Manual
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Performance
Counters Manual Volume II
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Performance
Counters Manual Volume III
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Performance
Counters Manual Volume IV
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Performance
Counters Manual Volume V
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller KPI Reference
Manual
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Maintenance
Manual (Routine Maintenance)
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Maintenance
Manual (Troubleshooting)
ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller Maintenance
Manual (Emergency Maintenance)
ZXG10 BSS (V6.20) Base Station Subsystem Alarm Handling
Manual


About This Manual

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ZXG10 BSS (V6.20) Base Station Subsystem Notification
Handling Manual
ZXG10 BSS (V6.20) Base Station Subsystem OMM Software
Installation Manual
ZXG10 BSS (V6.20) Base Station Subsystem Configuration
Manual (Initial Configuration Guide)
ZXG10 BSS (V6.20) Base Station Subsystem Configuration
Manual (Feature Configuration Guide)
ZXG10 BSS (V6.20) Base Station Subsystem MML Command
Manual
ZXG10 BSS (V6.20) Base Station Subsystem Radio
Parameters Manual
ZXG10 BSS (V6.20) Base Station Subsystem Operation
Manual (Diagnosis and Test)
ZXG10 BSS (V6.20) Base Station Subsystem Operation
Manual (Signaling Tracing)
Conventions
ZTE documents employ the following typographical conventions.
TAB L E 2 - TYPOGRAPHI CAL CONVENTI ONS
Typeface Meaning
Italics References to other Manuals and documents.
Quotes Links on screens.
Bold Menus, menu options, function names, input
fields, radio button names, check boxes, drop-
down lists, dialog box names, window names.
CAPS Keys on the keyboard and buttons on screens
and company name.
Const ant wi dt h
Text that you type, program code, files and
directory names, and function names.
[ ] Optional parameters.
{ } Mandatory parameters.
| Select one of the parameters that are delimited
by it.

Note: Provides additional information about a
certain topic.

Checkpoint: Indicates that a particular step needs
to be checked before proceeding further.

Tip: Indicates a suggestion or hint to make things
easier or more productive for the reader.

Typographical
Conventions

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TAB L E 3 - MOUSE OPERATI ON CONVENTI ONS
Typeface Meaning
Click Refers to clicking the primary mouse button (usually
the left mouse button) once.
Double-click Refers to quickly clicking the primary mouse button
(usually the left mouse button) twice.
Right-click Refers to clicking the secondary mouse button
(usually the right mouse button) once.
Drag Refers to pressing and holding a mouse button and
moving the mouse.

How to Get in Touch
The following sections provide information on how to obtain
support for the documentation and the software.
If you have problems, questions, comments, or suggestions
regarding your product, contact us by e-mail at
support@zte.com.cn. You can also call our customer support
center at (86) 755 26771900 and (86) 800-9830-9830.
ZTE welcomes your comments and suggestions on the quality
and usefulness of this document. For further questions,
comments, or suggestions on the documentation, you can
contact us by e-mail at doc@zte.com.cn; or you can fax your
comments and suggestions to (86) 755 26772236. You can also
browse our website at http://support.zte.com.cn, which contains
various interesting subjects like documentation, knowledge base,
forum and service request.

Mouse
Operation
Conventions
Customer
Support
Documentation
Support

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Declaration of RoHS
Compliance

To minimize the environmental impact and take more
responsibility to the earth we live, this document shall serve as
formal declaration that the ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station
Controller manufactured by ZTE CORPORATION is in compliance
with the Directive 2002/95/EC of the European Parliament -
RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) with respect to the
following substances:
Lead (Pb)
Mercury (Hg)
Cadmium (Cd)
Hexavalent Chromium (Cr (VI))
PolyBrominated Biphenyls (PBBs)
PolyBrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs)
The usage of the above substances in ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) is
explained in the Table 4.
TAB L E 4 USAGE EXPL ANA TI ON OF THE HAZARDOUS SUB STANCES I N ZXG10
I BSC ( V6. 20)
Hazardous substances
Names of Parts
Pb Hg Cd Cr(VI) PBBs PBDEs
System 0 0 0 0 0
Cables and Assembly 0 0 0 0 0 0
Auxiliary Equipment

Table Explanation:
0: The usage of the substance in all of the components is less
than the allowed values given by 2002/95/EC standard.
: The usage of the substance in at least one of the components
is beyond the allowed values given by 2002/95/EC standard.


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The ZXG10 iBSC (V6.20) Base Station Controller manufactured
by ZTE CORPORATION meet the requirements of EU
2002/95/EC; however, some assemblies are customized to client
specifications. Addition of specialized, customer-specified
materials or processes, which do not meet the requirements of
EU 2002/95 /EC, may negate RoHS compliance of the assembly.
To guarantee compliance of the assembly, the need for
compliant product must be communicated to ZTE CORPORATION
in written form.
This declaration is issued based on our current level of
knowledge. Since conditions of use are outside our control, ZTE
CORPORATION makes no warranties, express or implied, and
assumes no liability in connection with the use of this
information.

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Ch a p t e r 1
PS Basic Measurement
(BSC)

PS basic measurement (BSC) aims to make a statistic of the
performance related with packet switching service on BSC level.
This chapter describes the definition, usage and measurement
point of various counters.
Overview
PS basic measurement (BSC) consists of statistic of the number
of bytes received from data link and bytes sent to data link.
The measurement takes BSC as the statistics unit.
PS Basic Measurement (BSC)
Counter Index
Table 5 lists counters related to PS basic measurement (BSC).
TAB L E 5 PS BASI C MEASUREMENT ( BSC) COUNTERS
Counter ID What It Counts
C900030001 Number of bytes received from data link
C900030002 Number of bytes sent to data link

C900030001
Number of bytes received from data link Definition

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This counter counts the total number of bytes received from all
BRCHs on FR sub-layer.
This counter is used to find out the bytes received from BRCH
and to observe BSC load status.
FR accumulates all the bytes received from Gb interface BRCH.

C900030002
Number of bytes sent to data link
This counter counts the total number of bytes sent from all
BRCHs on FR sub-layer.
This counter is used to find out the bytes sent from BRCH and to
observe BSC load status.
FR accumulates all the bytes sent from Gb interface BRCH.

Description
Usage
Measurement
Point
Definition
Description
Usage
Measurement
Point

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Ch a p t e r 2
PS Basic Measurement
(Cell)

PS basic measurement (Cell) collects formation of the PS service
(Cell) performance. This chapter gives detailed information
about the PS basic measurement (Cell).
Overview
PS basic measurement (Cell) involves the ordinary counters
used to measure the PS service performance and status, such as
the uplink (UL) /downlink (DL) TBF counter, the flow counter,
the UL/DL PACCH counter, the UL/DL RLC counter, the UL/DL
GPRS data counter, the UL/DL EGPRS data counter, and the PS
resource counter.
The measurement takes cell as the statistics unit.
PS Basic Measurement (Cell)
Counter Index
Table 6 lists counters related to PS basic measurement (Cell).
TAB L E 6 - PS BASI C MEASUREMENT ( CEL L ) COUNTERS
Counter ID What It Counts
C900040001
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment success on
PACCH
C900040002
Number of GPRS DL TBF release due to N3105
overflow
C900040003
Number of GPRS DL TBF release due to other
reasons
C900040004
Number of GPRS DL TBF forcing release by control

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Counter ID What It Counts
plane
C900040005
Number of GPRS DL TBF release due to instance
suspension
C900040006
Number of GPRS DL TBF release due to inner
abnormal
C900040007 Number of GPRS DL signaling TBF establishment
C900040008 Number of GPRS DL data TBF establishment
C900040009
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment success on
PACCH
C900040010
Number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to N3105
overflow
C900040011
Number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to other
reasons
C900040012
Number of EGPRS DL TBF forcing release by control
plane
C900040013
Number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to instance
suspension
C900040014
Number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to inner
abnormal
C900040015 Number of EGPRS DL signaling TBF establishment
C900040016 Number of EGPRS DL data TBF establishment
C900040017
Average number of GPRS DL TBF simultaneous
establishment
C900040018
Average number of EGPRS DL TBF simultaneous
establishment
C900040019
Number of GPRS UL data TBF establishment success
on PACCH
C900040020
Number of GPRS UL TBF release due to N3101
overflow
C900040021
Number of GPRS UL TBF release due to N3103
overflow
C900040022
Number of GPRS UL TBF forcing release by control
plane
C900040023
Number of GPRS UL TBF release due to instance
suspension
C900040024
Number of GPRS UL TBF release due to inner
abnormal
C900040025 Number of GPRS UL signaling TBF establishment
C900040026 Number of GPRS UL data TBF establishment
C900040027
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment success on
PACCH
C900040028
Number of EGPRS UL TBF release due to N3101
overflow

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Counter ID What It Counts
C900040029
Number of EGPRS UL TBF release due to N3103
overflow
C900040030
Number of EGPRS UL TBF forcing release by control
plane
C900040031
Number of EGPRS UL TBF release due to instance
suspension
C900040032
Number of EGPRS UL TBF release due to inner
abnormal
C900040033 Number of EGPRS UL signaling TBF establishment
C900040034 Number of EGPRS UL data TBF establishment
C900040035
Average number of GPRS UL TBF simultaneous
establishment
C900040036
Average number of EGPRS UL TBF simultaneous
establishment
C900040037
Number of GPRS UL signaling TBF release due to
N3101 overflow
C900040038
Number of GPRS UL signaling TBF release due to
N3103 overflow
C900040039
Number of GPRS UL signaling TBF forcing release by
control plane
C900040040
Number of GPRS UL signaling TBF release due to
instance suspension
C900040041
Number of GPRS UL signaling TBF release due to
inner abnormal
C900040042
Number of EGPRS UL signaling TBF release due to
N3101 overflow
C900040043
Number of EGPRS UL signaling TBF release due to
N3103 overflow
C900040044
Number of EGPRS UL signaling TBF forcing release
by control plane
C900040045
Number of EGPRS UL signaling TBF release due to
instance suspension
C900040046
Number of EGPRS UL signaling TBF release due to
inner abnormal
C900040047 Number of EGPRS DL LLC frames
C900040048
Number of discarded EGPRS DL LLC frames due to
buffer overflow
C900040049
Number of discarded EGPRS DL LLC frames due to
life time expiration
C900040050
Number of discarded EGPRS DL LLC frames due to
other reasons
C900040051 Number of DL signaling LLC frames
C900040052
Number of discarded EGPRS DL signaling LLC
frames due to buffer overflow

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Counter ID What It Counts
C900040053
Number of discarded EGPRS DL signaling LLC
frames due to life time expiration
C900040054
Number of discarded EGPRS DL signaling LLC
frames due to other reasons
C900040055
Number of data blocks transmitted according to
given Abis bandwidth
C900040056
Bytes of effective upper layer protocol data sent on
DL PDCH
C900040057
Bytes of effective upper layer protocol data received
on UL PDCH
C900040058 Bytes of LLC frame on GPRS UL data TBF
C900040059 Duration of GPRS UL data TBF
C900040060 Bytes of LLC frame on GPRS DL data TBF
C900040061 Duration of GPRS DL data TBF
C900040062
Number of effective data blocks received on GPRS
UL TBF
C900040063 Number of NACK blocks received on GPRS UL TBF
C900040064
Number of effective data blocks sent on GPRS DL
TBF
C900040065 Number of NACK blocks sent on GPRS DL TBF
C900040066 Bytes of LLC frame on EGPRS UL data TBF
C900040067 Duration of EGPRS UL data TBF
C900040068 Bytes of LLC frame on EGPRS DL data TBF
C900040069 Duration of EGPRS DL data TBF
C900040070
Number of effective data blocks received on EGPRS
UL TBF
C900040071 Number of NACK blocks received on EGPRS UL TBF
C900040072
Number of effective data blocks sent on EGPRS DL
TBF
C900040073 Number of NACK blocks sent on EGPRS DL TBF
C900040074 Number of GPRS DL LLC frames
C900040075
Number of discarded GPRS DL LLC frames due to
buffer overflow
C900040076
Number of discarded GPRS DL LLC frames due to
life time expiration
C900040077
Number of discarded GPRS DL LLC frames due to
other reasons
C900040078 Number of DL dummy control blocks on PACCH
C900040079 Number of UL dummy control blocks on PACCH
C900040080
Number of DL RLC blocks on PACCH(excluding
dummy block)

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Counter ID What It Counts
C900040081 Number of DL RLC pending blocks in CS1 on PDTCH
C900040082 Number of DL RLC pending blocks in CS2 on PDTCH
C900040083 Number of DL RLC pending blocks in CS3 on PDTCH
C900040084 Number of DL RLC pending blocks in CS4 on PDTCH
C900040085 Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in CS1 on PDTCH
C900040086 Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in CS2 on PDTCH
C900040087 Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in CS3 on PDTCH
C900040088 Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in CS4 on PDTCH
C900040089 Number of DL RLC new blocks in CS1 on PDTCH
C900040090 Number of DL RLC new blocks in CS2 on PDTCH
C900040091 Number of DL RLC new blocks in CS3 on PDTCH
C900040092 Number of DL RLC new blocks in CS4 on PDTCH
C900040093
Number of UL RLC blocks excluding dummy blocks
on PACCH
C900040094 Number of UL RLC pending blocks in CS1 on PDTCH
C900040095 Number of UL RLC pending blocks in CS2 on PDTCH
C900040096 Number of UL RLC pending blocks in CS3 on PDTCH
C900040097 Number of UL RLC pending blocks in CS4 on PDTCH
C900040098 Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in CS1 on PDTCH
C900040099 Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in CS2 on PDTCH
C900040100 Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in CS3 on PDTCH
C900040101 Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in CS4 on PDTCH
C900040102 Number of UL RLC new blocks in CS1 on PDTCH
C900040103 Number of UL RLC new blocks in CS2 on PDTCH
C900040104 Number of UL RLC new blocks in CS3 on PDTCH
C900040105 Number of UL RLC new blocks in CS4 on PDTCH
C900040106 Number of UL data blocks received on PDTCH
C900040107 Number of DL data blocks sent on PDTCH
C900040108 Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment requests
C900040109
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure due
to database allocation failure
C900040110
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
requests due to UL TBF establishment
C900040111
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to UL TBF establishment
C900040112
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
requests due to LLC transmission
C900040113
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to LLC transmission

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Counter ID What It Counts
C900040114 Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment requests
C900040115
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure due
to database allocation failure
C900040116
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
requests due to UL TBF establishment
C900040117
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to UL TBF establishment
C900040118
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
requests due to LLC transmission
C900040119
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to LLC transmission
C900040120 Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment requests
C900040121
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment failure due
to database allocation failure
C900040122
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation
requests due to DL TBF establishment
C900040123
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to DL TBF establishment
C900040124
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation
requests due to LLC transmission
C900040125
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to LLC transmission
C900040126
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation
requests for resource request
C900040127
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to database allocation failure for
resource request
C900040128 Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment requests
C900040129
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment failure due
to database allocation failure
C900040130
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation
requests due to DL TBF establishment
C900040131
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to DL TBF establishment
C900040132
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation
requests due to LLC transmission
C900040133
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to LLC transmission
C900040134
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation
requests for resource request
C900040135
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation
failure due to database allocation failure
C900040136 Number of available PDCH
C900040137
Number of forcing conversation dynamic from PDCH

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Counter ID What It Counts
to TCH by BSC
C900040138 Number of PDCH used by TBF in each cell
C900040139 Maximum number of used PDCH
C900040140 Average number of used PDCH
C900040141
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment requests
before T3192 expiration
C900040142
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment using
existing DL TBF resource
C900040143
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment requests on
PACCH
C900040144
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment requests on
CCCH/PCCCH
C900040145
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment requests
before T3192 expiration
C900040146
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment using
existing DL TBF resource
C900040147
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment requests
on PACCH
C900040148
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment requests
on CCCH/PCCCH
C900040149
Number of GPRS DL signaling TBF release due to
N3105 overflow
C900040150
Number of GPRS DL signaling TBF release due to
other reasons
C900040151
Number of GPRS DL signaling TBF forcing release by
control plane
C900040152
Number of GPRS DL signaling TBF release due to
instance suspension
C900040153
Number of GPRS DL signaling TBF release due to
inner abnormal
C900040154
Number of EGPRS DL signaling TBF release due to
N3105 overflow
C900040155
Number of EGPRS DL signaling TBF release due to
other reasons
C900040156
Number of EGPRS DL signaling TBF forcing release
by control plane
C900040157
Number of EGPRS DL signaling TBF release due to
instance suspension
C900040158
Number of EGPRS DL signaling TBF release due to
inner abnormal
C900040159
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishments in release
state
C900040160
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment with existing
UL resource

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Counter ID What It Counts
C900040161
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment requests on
PACCH
C900040162
Number of EGPRS UL data TBF establishments on
PACCH
C900040163
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishments in release
state
C900040164
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment with
existing UL resource
C900040165
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment requests
on PACCH
C900040166
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment requests
on CCCH/PCCCH
C900040167
Number of dynamic PDCH preemption for CS
service
C900040168
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment requests on
CCCH/PCCCH
C900040169
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment requests on
PACCH
C900040170
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment requests
on PACCH
C900040171
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment requests on
PACCH
C900040172
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in MCS1 on
PDTCH
C900040173
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in MCS2 on
PDTCH
C900040174
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in MCS3 on
PDTCH
C900040175
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in MCS4 on
PDTCH
C900040176
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in MCS5 on
PDTCH
C900040177
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in MCS6 on
PDTCH
C900040178
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in MCS7 on
PDTCH
C900040179
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in MCS8 on
PDTCH
C900040180
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in MCS9 on
PDTCH
C900040181 Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in MCS1 on PDTCH
C900040182 Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in MCS2 on PDTCH
C900040183 Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in MCS3 on PDTCH
C900040184 Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in MCS4 on PDTCH

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Counter ID What It Counts
C900040185 Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in MCS5 on PDTCH
C900040186 Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in MCS6 on PDTCH
C900040187 Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in MCS7 on PDTCH
C900040188 Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in MCS8 on PDTCH
C900040189 Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in MCS9 on PDTCH
C900040190 Number of DL RLC new blocks in MCS1 on PDTCH
C900040191 Number of DL RLC new blocks in MCS2 on PDTCH
C900040192 Number of DL RLC new blocks in MCS3 on PDTCH
C900040193 Number of DL RLC new blocks in MCS4 on PDTCH
C900040194 Number of DL RLC new blocks in MCS5 on PDTCH
C900040195 Number of DL RLC new blocks in MCS6 on PDTCH
C900040196 Number of DL RLC new blocks in MCS7 on PDTCH
C900040197 Number of DL RLC new blocks in MCS8 on PDTCH
C900040198 Number of DL RLC new blocks in MCS9 on PDTCH
C900040199
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in MCS1 on
PDTCH
C900040200
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in MCS2 on
PDTCH
C900040201
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in MCS3 on
PDTCH
C900040202
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in MCS4 on
PDTCH
C900040203
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in MCS5 on
PDTCH
C900040204
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in MCS6 on
PDTCH
C900040205
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in MCS7 on
PDTCH
C900040206
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in MCS8 on
PDTCH
C900040207
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in MCS9 on
PDTCH
C900040208 Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in MCS1 on PDTCH
C900040209 Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in MCS2 on PDTCH
C900040210 Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in MCS3 on PDTCH
C900040211 Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in MCS4 on PDTCH
C900040212 Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in MCS5 on PDTCH
C900040213 Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in MCS6 on PDTCH
C900040214 Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in MCS7 on PDTCH
C900040215 Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in MCS8 on PDTCH

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Counter ID What It Counts
C900040216 Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in MCS9 on PDTCH
C900040217 Number of UL RLC new blocks in MCS1 on PDTCH
C900040218 Number of UL RLC new blocks in MCS2 on PDTCH
C900040219 Number of UL RLC new blocks in MCS3 on PDTCH
C900040220 Number of UL RLC new blocks in MCS4 on PDTCH
C900040221 Number of UL RLC new blocks in MCS5 on PDTCH
C900040222 Number of UL RLC new blocks in MCS6 on PDTCH
C900040223 Number of UL RLC new blocks in MCS7 on PDTCH
C900040224 Number of UL RLC new blocks in MCS8 on PDTCH
C900040225 Number of UL RLC new blocks in MCS9 on PDTCH

C900040001
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment success on PACCH
This counter counts the number of successful DL GPRS TBF
establishments on the UL/DL GPRS TBF PACCH.
When the DL GPRS TBF is established on the UL/DL GPRS TBF
PACCH and a message indicating assignment success is sent,
this counter increments. The measurement points are A as
shown in Figure 1 and Figure 2, and A2 as shown in Figure 3.
FI GURE 1 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF REQUESTS FOR
ESTAB L I SHI NG GPRS DOWNL I NK DATA TBF B EFORE T3192 OVERTI ME
MS
SGSN
BSC
LLC Frame
RLC Block
LLC Frame
RLC Block
RLC BlockFBI1
Start T3193
A
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FI GURE 2 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF ESTAB L I SHED GPRS
DOWNL I NK DATA TBF USI NG EXI STI NG RESOURCES
MS
SGSN
BSC
RLC Block
RLC Block
A
Packet Downlink Assignment
(Packet Timeslot Reconfigure)
LLC Frame
RLC Block

FI GURE 3 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF REQUESTS FOR
ESTAB L I SHI NG GPRS DOWNL I NK DATA TBF ON UPL I NK GPRS TBF PACCH
MS
BSC user
plane
RLC Block
RLC Block
Packet Downlink Assignment
(Packet Timeslot Reconfigure)
LLC Frame
SGSN
Downlink Assign Request
(no record downlink resource)
Resource Assignment
A1
A2
BSC control
plane


C900040002
Number of GPRS DL TBF release due to N3105 overflow
During the DL TBF transmission, the DL block RRBP bit is set to
ask MS to respond with a Packet Downl i nk Ack/ Nack message.
If the specified block of BSC fails to receive response from MS,
then the N3105 counter increments; otherwise, it has a clear. If
no response comes from the MS, then the RRBP bit is set again
to ask MS to respond with a Packet Downl i nk Ack/ Nack
message; if the N3105 counter reaches its maximum value, it is
considered that the radio transmission fails and the DL TBF is
released abnormally.
When the N3105 counter value exceeds N3105Max, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure 4.
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FI GURE 4 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS DL TBF REL EASE
DUE TO N3105 OVERFL OW
MS
RLC/MAC Block(RRBP)
BSC user
plane
A1
DOWNLINK ACK
DOWNLINK ACK LOSS
N3105=0
N3105 >N3105Max

C900040003
Number of GPRS DL TBF release due to other reasons
When BSC is transmitting the last DL TBF RLC block, set FBI to 1,
set RRBP to ask the MS to respond with a Packet Downl i nk
Ack/ Nack message, and at the same time, activate T3191. If the
specified block receives the MS response, then T3191 will stop
and the DL transmission ends normally. If T3191 overflows, then
it is considered that the radio transmission fails and the DL TBF
is released abnormally.
The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure 5.
FI GURE 5 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS DL TBF REL EASE
DUE TO OTHER REASONS
MS
RLC Block
BSC
A1
DOWNLINK ACK
Start T3191
Normal release
T3191 Timeout

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C900040004
Number of GPRS DL TBF forcing release by control plane
When the user plane is transmitting the DL TBF, if a release
request comes from the control plane, then the DL TBF will stop
and be released abnormally.
When the user plane receives the release request from the
control plane, this counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 6.
FI GURE 6 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS DL TBF FORCI NG
REL EASE B Y CONTROL PL ANE

C900040005
Number of GPRS DL TBF release due to instance suspension
When the user plane is transmitting the DL TBF, at least one
block must be transmitted in every 5 seconds. After a DL TBF
block is transmitted, BSC will start or restart a 5-second DL
block assigning timer. If the timer expires, it is considered that
the user plane has an instance suspension and the DL TBF is
released abnormally.
When the DL block assigning timer expires, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 7.
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FI GURE 7 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS DL TBF REL EASE
DUE TO I NSTANCE SUSPENSI ON

C900040006
Number of GPRS DL TBF release due to inner abnormal
When the user plane is transmitting the DL TBF, if the message
fails to be sent at the radio interface, the RLC instance fails to be
created, or the resource reassignment fails, the DL TBF will be
released abnormally.
During the DL TBF transmission, if the message fails to be sent
at the radio interface, the RLC instance fails to be created, or the
resource reassignment fails, this counter increments.
C900040007
Number of GPRS DL signaling TBF establishment
According to the type of the transmitted UL data, TBF has two
categories: signaling TBF and data TBF.
This counter counts the number of establishments of GPRS DL
TBF for UL signaling transmission. The UL signaling involves
some UL processes such as ATTACH, PDP activation, and routing
area update.
When the DL TBF is created successfully and the TBF type is
GPRS signaling TBF, the counter increments. The measurement
point is similar to those of C900040001 and C901000014.
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C900040008
Number of GPRS DL data TBF establishment
According to the type of the transmitted UL data, TBF has two
categories: signaling TBF and data TBF.
This counter counts the number of establishments of GPRS DL
TBF for user data (no-UL-signaling) transmission.
When the DL TBF is created successfully and the TBF type is
GPRS data TBF, the counter increments. The measurement point
is similar to those of C900040001 and C901000014.
C900040009
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment success on PACCH
This counter counts the number of successful DL EGPRS TBF
establishments on the UL/DL EGPRS TBF PACCH.
When the DL EGPRS TBF is established on the UL/DL EGPRS TBF
PACCH and a message indicating assignment success is sent,
this counter increments. The measurement points are A as
shown in Figure 1 and Figure 2, and A2 as shown in Figure 3.
C900040010
Number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to N3105 overflow
During the DL TBF transmission, the DL block RRBP bit is set
to ask the MS to respond with a Packet Downl i nk Ack/ Nack
message.
If the specified block of BSC does not receive the MS response,
then the N3105 counter increments; if it does, then it has a
clear; if no response comes from the MS, then the RRBP bit is
set again to ask the MS to respond with a Packet Downl i nk
Ack/ Nack message; if the N3105 counter reaches its maximum
value, it is considered that the radio transmission fails and the
DL TBF is released abnormally.
When the N3105 counter value exceeds N3105Max, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure 8.
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FI GURE 8 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF EGPRS DL TBF REL EASE
DUE TO N3105 OVERFL OW

C900040011
Number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to other reasons
When BSC is transmitting the last DL TBF RLC block, set FBI to 1,
set RRBP to ask the MS to respond with a Packet Downl i nk
Ack/ Nack message, and at the same time, activate T3191. If the
specified block receives the MS response, then T3191 will stop
and the DL transmission ends normally. If T3191 overflows, then
it is considered that the radio transmission fails and the DL TBF
is released abnormally.
The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure 9.
FI GURE 9 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF EGPRS DL TBF REL EASE
DUE TO OTHER REASONS
MS
RLC Block
BSC
A1
DOWNLINK ACK
Start T3191
Normal release
T3191 Timeout

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C900040012
Number of EGPRS DL TBF forcing release by control plane
When the user plane is transmitting the DL TBF, if a release
request comes from the control plane, then the DL TBF will stop
and be released abnormally.
When the user plane receives the release request from the
control plane, this counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 10.
FI GURE 10 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF EGPRS DL TBF FORCI NG
REL EASE B Y CONTROL PL ANE

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C900040013
Number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to instance suspension
When the user plane is transmitting the DL TBF, at least one
block must be transmitted in every 5 seconds. After a DL TBF
block is transmitted, BSC will start or restart a 5-second DL
block assigning timer. If the timer expires, it is considered that
the user plane has an instance suspension and the DL TBF is
released abnormally.
When the DL block assigning timer expires, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure 11.
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FI GURE 11 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF EGPRS DL TBF REL EASE
DUE TO I NSTANCE SUSPENSI ON

Times
C900040014
Number of EGPRS DL TBF release due to inner abnormal
When the user plane is transmitting the DL TBF, if the message
fails to be sent at the radio interface, the RLC instance fails to be
created, or the resource reassignment fails, the DL TBF will be
released abnormally.
During the DL TBF transmission, if the message fails to be sent
at the radio interface, the RLC instance fails to be created, or the
resource reassignment fails, this counter increments.
Times
C900040015
Number of EGPRS DL signaling TBF establishment
According to the type of the transmitted UL data, TBF has two
categories: signaling TBF and data TBF.
This counter counts the number of establishments of EGPRS DL
TBF for UL signaling transmission. The UL signaling involves
some UL processes such as ATTACH, PDP activation, and routing
area update.
When the DL TBF is created successfully and the TBF type is
signaling TBF, the counter increments. The measurement point
is similar to those of C900040001 and C901000014.
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C900040016
Number of EGPRS DL data TBF establishment
According to the type of the transmitted UL data, TBF has two
categories: signaling TBF and data TBF.
This counter counts the number of establishments of EGPRS DL
TBF for user data (no-UL-signaling) transmission.
When the DL TBF is created successfully and the TBF type is
data TBF, the counter increments. The measurement point is
similar to those of C900040001 and C901000014.
Times
C900040017
Average number of GPRS DL TBF simultaneous establishment
This counter counts the average number of DL GPRS TBF
establishments in a cell.
The counter acquires the measurement value regularly. The
number of GPRS TBFs existing in the cell is considered the
average number.
Times
C900040018
Average number of EGPRS DL TBF simultaneous establishment
This counter counts the average number of DL EGPRS TBF
establishments in a cell.
The counter acquires the measurement value regularly. The
number of EGPRS TBFs existing in the cell is considered the
average number.
Times
C900040019
Number of GPRS UL data TBF establishment success on PACCH
When MS has a DL TBF and the TBF is being transmitted, if the
UL data need to be transmitted but there is no corresponding UL
TBF, then the Packet Downl i nk Ack message will carry the UL
TBF establishment request. Usually BSS will assign the resource
to MS, and then an UL TBF is established successfully.
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The counter counts the number of successful GPRS UL TBF
establishments on PACCH
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 12.
FI GURE 12 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS UL DATA TBF
ESTAB L I SHMENT SUCCESS ON PACCH

Times
C900040020
Number of GPRS UL TBF release due to N3101 overflow
After the UL TBF is established, MS will transmit data on the
BSS-assigned UL block. If the specified block of BSS fails to
receive RLC block from MS, N3101 increments. Otherwise,
N3101 will have a clear. When N3101 exceeds the maximum
value, BSS will release UL TBF.
The counter counts the number of abnormal releases of GPRS UL
TBF due to N3101 overflow.
The measurement point is N3101 overflow, as A shown in Figure
13.
FI GURE 13 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS UL TBF REL EASE
DUE TO N3101 OVERFL OW

Times
C900040021
Number of GPRS UL TBF release due to N3103 overflow
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When BSS receives all UL RLC blocks, it will send MS a Packet
Upl i nk Ack message in which FAI and RRBP are set. MS will
report Packet Cont r ol Ack to the corresponding UL block. If
BSS fails to receive it, N3103 increments. When N3103 exceeds
the maximum value, BSS will release UL TBF.
The counter counts the number of abnormal releases of GPRS UL
TBF due to N3103 overflow.
The measurement point is N3103 overflow, as A shown in Figure
14.
FI GURE 14 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS UL TBF REL EASE
DUE TO N3103 OVERFL OW

Times
C900040022
Number of GPRS UL TBF forcing release by control plane
When an UL TBF establishment is held, the control plane may
forcibly release this UL TBF.
The counter counts the number of forced releases of GPRS UL
TBF due to release request from the control plane.
The measurement point is arrival of the release request, as A
shown in Figure 15.
FI GURE 15 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS UL TBF FORCI NG
REL EASE B Y CONTROL PL ANE

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C900040023
Number of GPRS UL TBF release due to instance suspension
BSS creates an instance for an UL TBF. If the instance is
suspended for some reason, then BSS should release this UL
TBF.
The counter counts the number of abnormal releases of GPRS UL
TBF due to suspension of the instance.
The measurement point is that UPPB detects suspension of the
instance, as A shown in Figure 16.
FI GURE 16 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS UL TBF REL EASE
DUE TO I NSTANCE SUSPENSI ON

Times
C900040024
Number of GPRS UL TBF release due to inner abnormal
TBF is abnormally released due to UPPB internal error.
The counter counts the number of abnormal releases of GPRS UL
TBF due to internal error.
The measurement point is abnormal UPPB suspension, as B
shown in Figure 16.
Times
C900040025
Number of GPRS UL signaling TBF establishment
For different purpose, MS may establish two types of TBF:
signaling TBF and data TBF.
The counter counts the number of GPRS UL signaling TBF link
establishments.
The measurement point is that UPPB access type is signaling TBF.
For all 1-step accesses, their type is considered signaling TBF, as
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A1 shown in Figure 17. For the 2-step accesses, the TBF type is
detected as SIGNAL_TBF, as A1 shown in Figure 18.
FI GURE 17 UL TBF FL OW OF 1- STEP ACCESS


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FI GURE 18 - UL TBF FL OW OF 2- STEP ACCESS
MS BSS
A1
Channel Request/Packet Channel
Request
Immediate Assignment/Packet Uplink
Assignment
Packet Resource Request
Packet Uplink AckFAI=0
Data BlockCV!=0
Data BlockCV=0
P_UPLINK_ACKFAI=1
P_CTRL_ACK
A2
Packet Uplink Assignment

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C900040026
Number of GPRS UL data TBF establishment
For different purpose, MS may establish two types of TBF:
signaling TBF and data TBF.
The counter counts the number of GPRS UL data TBF link
establishments.
The measurement point is when UPPB access type is data TBF.
For example, the TBF type is detected as DATA_TBF, as A1
shown in Figure 18.
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C900040027
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment success on PACCH
When MS has a DL TBF and the TBF is being transmitted, if the
UL data need to be transmitted but there is no corresponding UL
TBF, then the Packet Downl i nk Ack message will carry the UL
TBF establishment request. Usually BSS will assign the resource
to MS, and then an UL TBF is established successfully.
The counter counts the number of successful EGPRS UL TBF
establishments on PACCH
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 19.
FI GURE 19 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF EGPRS UL TBF
ESTAB L I SHMENT SUCCESS ON PACCH

Times
C900040028
Number of EGPRS UL TBF release due to N3101 overflow
After the UL TBF is established, MS will transmit data on the
BSS-assigned UL block. If the specified block of BSS fails to
receive RLC block from MS, N3101 increments. Otherwise,
N3101 will have a clear. When N3101 exceeds the maximum
value, BSS will release UL TBF.
The counter counts the number of abnormal releases of EGPRS
UL TBF due to N3101 overflow.
The measurement point is when N3101 overflow.

Times
C900040029
Number of EGPRS UL TBF release due to N3103 overflow
When BSS receives all UL RLC blocks, it will send MS a Packet
Upl i nk Ack message in which FAI and RRBP are set. MS will
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report Packet Cont r ol Ack to the corresponding UL block. If
BSS fails to receive it, N3103 increments. When N3103 exceeds
the maximum value, BSS will release UL TBF.
The counter counts the number of abnormal releases of EGPRS
UL TBF due to N3103 overflow.
The measurement point is when N3103 overflow.
Unit
Times
C900040030
Number of EGPRS UL TBF forcing release by control plane
When an UL TBF establishment is held, the control plane may
forcibly release this UL TBF.
The counter counts the number of forced releases of EGPRS UL
TBF due to release request from the control plane.
The measurement point is arrival of the release request.

Times
C900040031
Number of EGPRS UL TBF release due to instance suspension
BSS creates an instance for an UL TBF. If the instance is
suspended for some reason, then BSS should release this UL
TBF.
The counter counts the number of abnormal releases of EGPRS
UL TBF due to suspension of the instance.
The measurement point is that UPPB detects suspension of the
instance.

Times
C900040032
Number of EGPRS UL TBF release due to inner abnormal
TBF is abnormally released due to UPPB internal error.
The counter counts the number of abnormal releases of EGPRS
UL TBF due to internal error.
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The measurement point is abnormal UPPB suspension.

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C900040033
Number of EGPRS UL signaling TBF establishment
For different purpose, MS may establish two types of TBF:
signaling TBF and data TBF.
The counter counts the number of EGPRS UL signaling TBF link
establishments.
The measurement point is that UPPB access type is signaling TBF.

Times
C900040034
Number of EGPRS UL data TBF establishment
For different purpose, MS may establish two types of TBF:
signaling TBF and data TBF.
The counter counts the number of EGPRS UL data TBF link
establishments.
The measurement point is that UPPB access type is data TBF.

Times
C900040035
Average number of GPRS UL TBF simultaneous establishment
There may be more than one TBF in the system during the
sampling period. Average number of uplink GPRS TBF
establishing simultaneously = Number of UL GPRS TBFs
established simultaneously in the sampling period / Times of
sampling
This counter counts the average number of UL GPRS TBF
establishing simultaneously.
When UPPB receives the message informing UL GPRS TBF
establishment, the number of TBFs is refreshed and the times of
sampling accumulates.
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C900040036
Average number of EGPRS UL TBF simultaneous establishment
There may be more than one TBF in the system during the
sampling period. Average number of uplink EGPRS TBF
establishing simultaneously = Number of UL EGPRS TBFs
established simultaneously in the sampling period / Times of
sampling
This counter counts the average number of UL EGPRS TBF
establishing simultaneously.
When UPPB receives the message informing UL EGPRS TBF
establishment, the number of TBFs is refreshed and the times of
sampling accumulates.
Times
C900040037
Number of GPRS UL signaling TBF release due to N3101 overflow
After the UL TBF is established, MS will transmit data on the
BSS-assigned UL block. If the specified block of BSS fails to
receive RLC block from MS, N3101 increments. Otherwise,
N3101 will have a clear. When N3101 exceeds the maximum
value, BSS will release UL TBF.
The counter counts the number of abnormal releases of GPRS
signaling UL TBF due to N3101 overflow.
The measurement point is N3101 overflow.

Times
C900040038
Number of GPRS UL signaling TBF release due to N3103 overflow
When BSS receives all UL RLC blocks, it will send MS a Packet
Upl i nk Ack message in which FAI and RRBP are set. MS will
report Packet Cont r ol Ack to the corresponding UL block. If
BSS fails to receive it, N3103 increments. When N3103 exceeds
the maximum value, BSS will release UL TBF.
The counter counts the number of abnormal releases of GPRS
signaling UL TBF due to N3103 overflow.
The measurement point is N3103 overflow.

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Times
C900040039
Number of GPRS UL signaling TBF forcing release by control
plane
When an UL TBF establishment is held, the control plane may
forcibly release this UL TBF.
The counter counts the number of forced releases of GPRS
signaling UL TBF due to release request from the control plane.
The measurement point is arrival of the release request.

Times
C900040040
Number of GPRS UL signaling TBF release due to instance
suspension
BSS creates an instance for an UL TBF. If the instance is
suspended for some reason, then BSS should release this UL
TBF.
The counter counts the number of abnormal releases of GPRS
signaling UL TBF due to suspension of the instance.
The measurement point is that UPPB detects suspension of the
instance.
Times
C900040041
Number of GPRS UL signaling TBF release due to inner abnormal
TBF is abnormally released due to UPPB internal error.
The counter counts the number of abnormal releases of GPRS
signaling UL TBF due to internal error.
The measurement point is abnormal UPPB suspension.

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C900040042
Number of EGPRS UL signaling TBF release due to N3101
overflow
After the UL TBF is established, MS will transmit data on the
BSS-assigned UL block. If the specified block of BSS fails to
receive RLC block from MS, N3101 increments. Otherwise,
N3101 will have a clear. When N3101 exceeds the maximum
value, BSS will release UL TBF.
The counter counts the number of abnormal releases of EGPRS
signaling UL TBF due to N3101 overflow.
The measurement point is N3101 overflow.

Times
C900040043
Number of EGPRS UL signaling TBF release due to N3103
overflow
When BSS receives all UL RLC blocks, it will send MS a Packet
Upl i nk Ack message in which FAI and RRBP are set. MS will
report Packet Cont r ol Ack to the corresponding UL block. If
BSS fails to receive it, N3103 increments. When N3103 exceeds
the maximum value, BSS will release UL TBF.
The counter counts the number of abnormal releases of EGPRS
signaling UL TBF due to N3103 overflow.
The measurement point is N3103 overflow.

Times
C900040044
Number of EGPRS UL signaling TBF forcing release by control
plane
When an UL TBF establishment is held, the control plane may
forcibly release this UL TBF.
The counter counts the number of forced releases of EGPRS
signaling UL TBF due to release request from the control plane.
The measurement point is arrival of the release request.

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C900040045
Number of EGPRS UL signaling TBF release due to instance
suspension
BSS creates an instance for an UL TBF. If the instance is
suspended for some reason, then BSS should release this UL
TBF.
The counter counts the number of abnormal releases of EGPRS
signaling UL TBF due to suspension of the instance.
The measurement point is that UPPB detects suspension of the
instance.
Times
C900040046
Number of EGPRS UL signaling TBF release due to inner
abnormal
TBF is abnormally released due to UPPB internal error.
The counter counts the number of abnormal releases of EGPRS
signaling UL TBF due to internal error.
The measurement point is abnormal UPPB suspension.

Times
C900040047
Number of EGPRS DL LLC frames
The DL GIPB sends DL UnitData to UPPB through IP packets.
t QoSPr of i l e Tbi t in DL UnitData identifies whether data or
signaling is transmitted. UPPB applies to CMP to establish DL TBF
(radio access capacity to carry MS) and according to the CMP
request, establishes EGPRS/GPRS TBF.
The counter counts the number of EGPRS DL LLC frames.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 20.
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FI GURE 20 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF EGPRS DL L L C FRAMES

Times
C900040048
Number of discarded EGPRS DL LLC frames due to buffer
overflow
The DL GIPB sends DL UnitData to UPPB through IP packets. If
UPPB fails to acquire buffer, then it will send the LLC Di scar d
message to SGSN.
The counter counts the number of discarded EGPRS DL LLC
frames due to buffer overflow.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 21.
FI GURE 21 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF DI SCARDED EGPRS DL
L L C FRAMES DUE TO BUFFER OVERFL OW

Times
C900040049
Number of discarded EGPRS DL LLC frames due to life time
expiration
The DL GIPB sends DL UnitData to UPPB through IP packets. If
UPPB fails to send them before the LLC frame life time expires,
then it will send the LLC Di scar d message to SGSN.
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The counter counts the number of discarded EGPRS DL LLC
frames due to life time expiration.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 22.
FI GURE 22 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF DI SCARDED EGPRS DL
L L C FRAMES DUE TO L I FE TI ME EXPI RATI ON

Times
C900040050
Number of discarded EGPRS DL LLC frames due to other reasons
The DL GIPB sends DL UnitData to UPPB through IP packets. If
UPPB fails to send them for reasons other than the above two in
C900040048 and C900040049, then it will send the LLC
Di scar d message to SGSN.
The counter counts the number of discarded EGPRS DL LLC
frames due to other reasons than the above two in C900040048
and C900040049.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 23.
FI GURE 23 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF DI SCARDED EGPRS DL
L L C FRAMES DUE TO OTHER REASONS

Times
C900040051
Number of DL signaling LLC frames
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The DL GIPB sends DL UnitData to UPPB through IP packets.
t QoSPr of i l e Tbi t in DL UnitData identifies whether data or
signaling is transmitted. UPPB applies to the control plane to
establish DL TBF (radio access capacity to carry MS) and
according to the request of the control plane, establishes
EGPRS/GPRS TBF.
The counter counts the number of DL signaling LLC frames.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 24.
FI GURE 24 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF DL SI GNAL I NG L L C
FRAMES

Times
C900040052
Number of discarded EGPRS DL signaling LLC frames due to
buffer overflow
The DL GIPB sends DL UnitData to UPPB through IP packets. If
UPPB fails to acquire buffer, then it will send the LLC Di scar d
message to SGSN.
The counter counts the number of discarded EGPRS DL signaling
LLC frames due to buffer overflow.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 25.

FI GURE 25 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF DI SCARDED EGPRS DL
SI GNAL I NG L L C FRAMES DUE TO BUFFER OVERFL OW

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Times
C900040053
Number of discarded EGPRS DL signaling LLC frames due to life
time expiration
The DL GIPB sends DL UnitData to UPPB through IP packets. If
UPPB fails to send them before the LLC frame life time expires,
then it will send the LLC Di scar d message to SGSN.
The counter counts the number of discarded EGPRS DL signaling
LLC frames due to life time expiration.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 26.
FI GURE 26 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF DI SCARDED EGPRS DL
SI GNAL I NG L L C FRAMES DUE TO L I FE TI ME EXPI RATI ON

Times
C900040054
Number of discarded EGPRS DL signaling LLC frames due to
other reasons
The DL GIPB sends DL UnitData to UPPB through IP packets. If
UPPB fails to send them for reasons other than the above two in
C900040052 and C900040053, then it will send the LLC
Di scar d message to SGSN.
The counter counts the number of discarded EGPRS DL signaling
LLC frames due to other reasons than the above two in
C900040052 and C900040053.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 27.
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FI GURE 27 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF DI SCARDED EGPRS DL
SI GNAL I NG L L C FRAMES DUE TO OTHER REASONS

Times
C900040055
Number of data blocks transmitted according to given Abis
bandwidth
Because the bandwidth carrying the Abis-interface (TS) timeslot
is limited, PS may need 1 or more Abis TSs for specific RLC
coding modes. If the number of Abis TSs bond to the channel is
definite, the RLC coding mode is also definite for the channel.
The counter counts the number of data blocks transmitted
according to given Abis bandwidth.
During the DL PCU frame transmission, if the number of Abis
TSs required by the coding mode equals that of Abis TSs bond to
the channel, the counter increments.
Times
C900040056
Bytes of effective upper layer protocol data sent on DL PDCH
UPPB divides the DL LLC frame into RLC blocks and sends them
to MS. After correctly receiving those RLC blocks, MS will
recompose the LLC frame. UPPB acquires the information about
MS reception by setting RRBP to let MS report the Packet
Downl i nk Ack / EGPRS Packet Downl i nk Ack message.
The counter counts the bytes of effective upper layer protocol
data sent on DL PDCH.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 28.
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FI GURE 28 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF TOTAL BYTES OF EFFECTI VE UPPER
L AYER PROTOCOL DATA SENT ON DL PDCH
BSS
A
Packet Downlink Ack/Egprs Packet
Downlink Ack
MS
downlink RLC blocks & not setting RRBP
downlink RLC blocks & setting RRBP

Byte
C900040057
Bytes of effective upper layer protocol data received on UL PDCH
After receiving the RLC blocks reported by MS, UPPB composes
them into the LLC frame and sends it to SGSN. At same time,
UPPB sends the Packet Upl i nk Ack message to MS by a certain
rule.
The counter counts the bytes of effective upper layer protocol
data received on UL PDCH.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 29.
FI GURE 29 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF TOTAL BYTES OF EFFECTI VE UPPER
L AYER PROTOCOL DATA RECEI VED ON UL PDCH

Byte
C900040058
Bytes of LLC frame on GPRS UL data TBF
After receiving the RLC blocks reported by MS, UPPB composes
them into the LLC frame and sends it to SGSN. At same time,
UPPB sends the Packet Upl i nk Ack message to MS by a certain
rule.
The counter counts the bytes carried by GPRS UL data TBF LLC
frame.
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The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 30.

FI GURE 30 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF BYTES OF L L C FRAME ON GPRS UL
DATA TBF

Byte
C900040059
Duration of GPRS UL data TBF
The duration starts when BSS receives the UL access from MS
and ends when BSS receives the data block (CV=0) and all the
other blocks have arrived.
The counter counts the duration of GPRS UL data TBF.
The duration lasts from UPPBs reception of UL TBF
establishment request to transmission of Packet Upl i nk Ack
with FAI set. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 31.
FI GURE 31 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF DURATI ON OF GPRS UL DATA TBF

Ms
C900040060
Bytes of LLC frame on GPRS DL data TBF
UPPB divides the DL LLC frame into RLC blocks and sends them
to MS. Besides. UPPB sets RRBP by a certain rule. Then MS
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reports Packet Downl i nk Ack/EGPRS Packet Downl i nk Ack in
the specific UL block.
The counter counts the bytes of LLC frame on GPRS DL data TBF.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 32.

FI GURE 32 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF BYTES OF L L C FRAME ON GPRS DL
DATA TBF

Byte
C900040061
Duration of GPRS DL data TBF
The duration lasts from BSSs reception of the UL TBF
establishment request to its reception of Packet Downl i nk
Ack/EGPRS Packet Downl i nk Ack (Packet Cont r ol Ack in non-
reply mode) with FAI=1 sent from MS.
The counter counts the duration of GPRS DL data TBF.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 33.
FI GURE 33 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF DURATI ON OF GPRS DL DATA TBF

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C900040062
Number of effective data blocks received on GPRS UL TBF
During the TBF transmission, MS divides the UL LLC frame into
RLC blocks and sends them to BSS. Only when BSS receives all
these RLC blocks can it recompose the LLC frame.
The counter counts the number of effective data blocks received
on GPRS UL TBF
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 34.
FI GURE 34 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF EFFECTI VE DATA BL OCK S
RECEI VED ON GPRS UL TBF

Times
C900040063
Number of NACK blocks received on GPRS UL TBF
During the TBF transmission, MS divides the UL LLC frame into
RLC blocks and sends them to BSS. Only when BSS correctly
receives all these RLC blocks can it recompose the LLC frame.
BBS informs MS of the RLC block reception through Packet
Upl i nk Ack. For the reply mode, if any RLC block is lost, MS
should transmit again.
The counter counts the number of NACK blocks received on
GPRS UL TBF
Then counter increments when BSS correctly receives a NACK
block. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 35.
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FI GURE 35 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF NACK BL OCK S RECEI VED
ON GPRS UL TBF

Times
C900040064
Number of effective data blocks sent on GPRS DL TBF
During the TBF transmission, BSS divides the UL LLC frame into
RLC blocks and sends them to MS. Only when MS correctly
receives all these RLC blocks can it recompose the LLC frame.
MS informs BSS of the RLC block reception through Packet
DownLi nk Ack/EGPRS Packet Downl i nk Ack.
The counter counts the number of effective data blocks sent on
GPRS DL TBF
Then counter increments when Packet DownLi nk Ack/EGPRS
Packet Downl i nk Ack indicates that MS have correctly received
the RLC block. The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure
36.
FI GURE 36 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF EFFECTI VE DATA BL OCK S
SENT ON GPRS DL TBF
MS
SGSN
BSC
LLC Frame
RLC Block
Packet Downlink Ack
RLC Block(NACK)
LLC Frame
RLC Block
Bitmap indicates some data
blocks fail to arrive
A2
A1

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C900040065
Number of NACK blocks sent on GPRS DL TBF
During the TBF transmission, BSS divides the UL LLC frame into
RLC blocks and sends them to MS. Only when MS correctly
receives all these RLC blocks can it recompose the LLC frame.
MS informs BSS of the RLC block reception through Packet
DownLi nk Ack/EGPRS Packet Downl i nk Ack.
The counter counts the number of NACK blocks sent on GPRS DL
TBF.
Then counter increments when Packet DownLi nk Ack/EGPRS
Packet Downl i nk Ack indicates that MS fails to receive the RLC
block. The measurement point is A2, as shown in Figure 37.
FI GURE 37 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF NACK BL OCK S SENT ON
GPRS DL TBF
MS
SGSN
BSC
LLC Frame
RLC Block
Packet Downlink Ack
RLC Block(NACK)
LLC Frame
RLC Block
Bitmap indicates some data
blocks fail to arrive
A2
A1

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C900040066
Bytes of LLC frame on EGPRS UL data TBF
After receiving the RLC blocks reported by MS, UPPB composes
them into the LLC frame and sends it to SGSN. At same time,
UPPB sends the Packet Upl i nk Ack message to MS by a certain
rule.
The counter counts the bytes of LLC frame on EGPRS UL data
TBF.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 38.
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FI GURE 38 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF BYTES OF L L C FRAME ON EGPRS UL
DATA TBF

Byte
C900040067
Duration of EGPRS UL data TBF
The duration starts when BSS receives the UL access from MS
and ends when BSS receives the data block (CV=0) and all the
other blocks have arrived.
The counter counts the duration of EGPRS UL data TBF.
The duration lasts from UPPBs reception of UL TBF
establishment request to transmission of Packet Upl i nk Ack
with FAI set. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 39.
FI GURE 39 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF DURATI ON OF EGPRS UL DATA TBF

Ms
C900040068
Bytes of LLC frame on EGPRS DL data TBF
UPPB divides the DL LLC frame into RLC blocks and sends them
to MS. Besides. UPPB sets RRBP by a certain rule. Then MS
reports Packet Downl i nk Ack/EGPRS Packet Downl i nk Ack in
the specific UL block.
The counter counts the bytes of LLC frame on EGPRS DL data
TBF.
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The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 40.
FI GURE 40 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF BYTES OF L L C FRAME ON EGPRS DL
DATA TBF

Byte
C900040069
Duration of EGPRS DL data TBF
The duration lasts from BSSs reception of the UL TBF
establishment request to its reception of Packet Downl i nk
Ack/EGPRS Packet Downl i nk Ack (Packet Cont r ol Ack in non-
reply mode) with FAI=1 sent from MS.
The counter counts the duration of EGPRS DL data TBF.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 41.
FI GURE 41 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF DURATI ON OF EGPRS DL DATA TBF

Ms
C900040070
Number of effective data blocks received on EGPRS UL TBF
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During the TBF transmission, MS divides the UL LLC frame into
RLC blocks and sends them to BSS. Only when BSS receives all
these RLC blocks can it recompose the LLC frame.
The counter counts the number of effective data blocks received
on EGPRS UL TBF.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 42.
FI GURE 42 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF EFFECTI VE DATA BL OCK S
RECEI VED ON EGPRS UL TBF

Times
C900040071
Number of NACK blocks received on EGPRS UL TBF
During the TBF transmission, MS divides the UL LLC frame into
RLC blocks and sends them to BSS. Only when BSS correctly
receives all these RLC blocks can it recompose the LLC frame.
BBS informs MS of the RLC block reception through Packet
Upl i nk Ack. For the reply mode, if any RLC block is lost, MS
should transmit again.
The counter counts the number of NACK blocks received on
EGPRS UL TBF.
Then counter increments when BSS correctly receives a NACK
block. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 43.
FI GURE 43 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF NACK BL OCK S RECEI VED
ON EGPRS UL TBF

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C900040072
Number of effective data blocks sent on EGPRS DL TBF
During the TBF transmission, BSS divides the UL LLC frame into
RLC blocks and sends them to MS. Only when MS correctly
receives all these RLC blocks can it recompose the LLC frame.
MS informs BSS of the RLC block reception through Packet
DownLi nk Ack/EGPRS Packet Downl i nk Ack.
The counter counts the number of effective data blocks sent on
EGPRS DL TBF.
Then counter increments when Packet DownLi nk Ack/EGPRS
Packet Downl i nk Ack indicates that MS have correctly received
the RLC block. The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure
44.
FI GURE 44 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF EFFECTI VE DATA BL OCK S
SENT ON EGPRS DL TBF
MS
SGSN
BSC
LLC Frame
RLC Block
Packet Downlink Ack
RLC Block(NACK)
LLC Frame
RLC Block
Bitmap indicates some data
blocks fail to arrive
A2
A1

Times
C900040073
Number of NACK blocks sent on EGPRS DL TBF
During the TBF transmission, BSS divides the UL LLC frame into
RLC blocks and sends them to MS. Only when MS correctly
receives all these RLC blocks can it recompose the LLC frame.
MS informs BSS of the RLC block reception through Packet
DownLi nk Ack/EGPRS Packet Downl i nk Ack.
The counter counts the number of NACK blocks sent on EGPRS
DL TBF.
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Then counter increments when Packet DownLi nk Ack/EGPRS
Packet Downl i nk Ack indicates that MS fails to receive the RLC
block. The measurement point is A2, as shown in Figure 45.
FI GURE 45 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF NACK BL OCK S SENT ON
EGPRS DL TBF
MS
SGSN
BSC
LLC Frame
RLC Block
Packet Downlink Ack
RLC Block(NACK)
LLC Frame
RLC Block
Bitmap indicates some data
blocks fail to arrive
A2
A1

Times
C900040074
Number of GPRS DL LLC frames
The DL GIPB sends DL UnitData to UPPB through IP packets.
t QoSPr of i l e Tbi t in DL UnitData identifies whether data or
signaling is transmitted. UPPB applies to CMP to establish DL TBF
(radio access capacity to carry MS) and according to the CMP
request, establishes EGPRS/GPRS TBF.
The counter counts the number of GPRS DL LLC frames.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 46.
FI GURE 46 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS DL L L C FRAMES

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C900040075
Number of discarded GPRS DL LLC frames due to buffer overflow
The DL GIPB sends DL UnitData to UPPB through IP packets. If
UPPB fails to acquire buffer, then it will send the LLC Di scar d
message to SGSN.
The counter counts the number of discarded GPRS DL LLC
frames due to buffer overflow.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 47.
FI GURE 47 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF DI SCARDED GPRS DL
L L C FRAMES DUE TO BUFFER OVERFL OW

Times
C900040076
Number of discarded GPRS DL LLC frames due to life time
expiration
The DL GIPB sends DL UnitData to UPPB through IP packets. If
UPPB fails to send them before the LLC frame life time expires,
then it will send the LLC Di scar d message to SGSN.
The counter counts the number of discarded GPRS DL LLC
frames due to life time expiration.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 48.
FI GURE 48 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF DI SCARDED GPRS DL
L L C FRAMES DUE TO L I FE TI ME EXPI RATI ON

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Times
C900040077
Number of discarded GPRS DL LLC frames due to other reasons
The DL GIPB sends DL UnitData to UPPB through IP packets. If
UPPB fails to send them for reasons other than the above two in
C900040075 and C900040076, then it will send the LLC
Di scar d message to SGSN.
The counter counts the number of discarded GPRS DL LLC
frames due to other reasons than the above two in C900040075
and C900040076.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 49.

FI GURE 49 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF DI SCARDED GPRS DL
L L C FRAMES DUE TO OTHER REASONS

Times
C900040078
Number of DL dummy control blocks on PACCH
If there is no other RLC/MAC block available in the network, BSS
will transmit the DUMMY blocks to MS for UL transmission.
The counter counts the number of DL dummy control blocks sent
by BSC on PACCH in the packet transmission mode.
If the DL control block sent from BTS to MS is a DL Dummy
control block, the counter increments. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 50.
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FI GURE 50 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF DL DUMMY CONTROL
BL OCK S ON PACCH
MS BSS
A
Packet Downlink Dummy Control

Times
C900040079
Number of UL dummy control blocks on PACCH
Similar to C900040078, this counter counts the number of UL
dummy control blocks sent by BSC on PACCH in the packet
transmission mode.
If the DL control block sent from BTS to MS is an UL Dummy
control block, the counter increments. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 51.
FI GURE 51 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF UL DUMMY CONTROL
BL OCK S ON PACCH
MS BSS
A
Packet Uplink Dummy Control

Times
C900040080
Number of DL RLC blocks on PACCH(excluding dummy block)
This counter counts the number of DL RLC blocks expect DUMMY
blocks sent from BSC to MS through BTS on PACCH.
The counter counts the number of DL RLC blocks expect DUMMY
blocks sent by BSC on PACCH.
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When BSC sends a DL control block (except DUMMY block) to MS
through BTS, the counter increments. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 52.
FI GURE 52 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF DL RL C BL OCK S ON
PACCH ( EXCL UDI NG DUMMY BL OCK )

Times
C900040081
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in CS1 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC
blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of CS1.
This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC blocks sent
on PDTCH, with coding method of CS1.
When BSC sends a pending RLC block whose coding method is
CS1 to MS, the counter increments. The measurement point is A,
as shown in Figure 53.
FI GURE 53 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF DL RL C PENDI NG BL OCK S
ON PDTCH

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C900040082
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in CS2 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC
blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of CS2.
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This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC blocks sent
on PDTCH, with coding method of CS2.
When BSC sends a pending RLC block whose coding method is
CS2 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 53.
Times
C900040083
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in CS3 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC
blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of CS3.
This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC blocks sent
on PDTCH, with coding method of CS3.
When BSC sends a pending RLC block whose coding method is
CS3 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 53.
Times
C900040084
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in CS4 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC
blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of CS4.
This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC blocks sent
on PDTCH, with coding method of CS4.
When BSC sends a pending RLC block whose coding method is
CS4 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 53.
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Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in CS1 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted
RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of CS1.
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This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted RLC blocks
sent on PDTCH, with coding method of CS1.
When BSC sends retransmitted RLC block whose coding method
is CS1 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 54.
FI GURE 54 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF DL RL C NACK BL OCK S
ON PDTCH

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C900040086
Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in CS2 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted
RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of CS2.
This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted RLC blocks
sent on PDTCH, with coding method of CS2.
When BSC sends retransmitted RLC block whose coding method
is CS2 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 54.
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C900040087
Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in CS3 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted
RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of CS3.
This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted RLC blocks
sent on PDTCH, with coding method of CS3.
When BSC sends retransmitted RLC block whose coding method
is CS3 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 54.
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Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in CS4 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted
RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of CS4.
This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted RLC blocks
sent on PDTCH, with coding method of CS4.
When BSC sends retransmitted RLC block whose coding method
is CS4 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 54.
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C900040089
Number of DL RLC new blocks in CS1 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL first-
transmitted RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of
CS1.
The counter is used to review the status of DL first-transmitted
RLC blocks sent by BSC on PDTCH, with coding method of CS1.
When BSC sends first-transmitted RLC block (with coding
method of CS1) to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 55.
FI GURE 55 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF DL RL C NEW BL OCK S ON
PDTCH

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C900040090
Number of DL RLC new blocks in CS2 on PDTCH
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After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL first-
transmitted RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of
CS2.
The counter is used to review the status of DL first-transmitted
RLC blocks sent by BSC on PDTCH, with coding method of CS2.
When BSC sends first-transmitted RLC block (with coding
method of CS2) to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 55.
Times
C900040091
Number of DL RLC new blocks in CS3 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL first-
transmitted RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of
CS3.
The counter is used to review the status of DL first-transmitted
RLC blocks sent by BSC on PDTCH, with coding method of CS3.
When BSC sends first-transmitted RLC block (with coding
method of CS3) to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 55.
Times
C900040092
Number of DL RLC new blocks in CS4 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL first-
transmitted RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of
CS4.
The counter is used to review the status of DL first-transmitted
RLC blocks sent by BSC on PDTCH, with coding method of CS4.
When BSC sends first-transmitted RLC block (with coding
method of CS4) to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 55.
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C900040093
Number of UL RLC blocks excluding dummy blocks on PACCH
This counter counts the number of UL RLC blocks expect DUMMY
blocks sent from MS to BSC through BTS on PACCH.
The counter counts the number of uplink RLC blocks expect
DUMMY blocks received by BSC on PACCH.
When BSC receives an UL control block (except the DUMMY
block) from MS, the counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 56.
FI GURE 56 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF UL RL C BL OCK S
EXCL UDI NG DUMMY BL OCK S ON PACCH

Times
C900040094
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in CS1 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL CS1-
coded pending RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL CS1-coded pending
RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives CS1-coded UL pending RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 57.
FI GURE 57 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF UL RL C PENDI NG BL OCK S
ON PDTCH
MS BSC BTS
UL pending RLC block
(coding scheme can be
CS1 ~CS4, MCS1 ~
MCS9)
A
RLC block

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C900040095
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in CS2 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL CS2-
coded pending RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL CS2-coded pending
RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives CS2-coded UL pending RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 57.
Times
C900040096
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in CS3 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL CS3-
coded pending RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL CS3-coded pending
RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives CS3-coded UL pending RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 57.
Times
C900040097
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in CS4 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL CS4-
coded pending RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL CS4-coded pending
RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives CS4-coded UL pending RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 57.
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Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in CS1 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL CS1-
coded retransmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL CS1-coded
retransmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives CS1-coded UL retransmitted RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 58.
FI GURE 58 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF UL RL C NACK BL OCK S
ON PDTCH

Times
C900040099
Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in CS2 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL CS2-
coded retransmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL CS2-coded
retransmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives CS2-coded UL retransmitted RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 58.
Times
C900040100
Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in CS3 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
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RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL CS3-
coded retransmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL CS3-coded
retransmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives CS3-coded UL retransmitted RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 58.
Times
C900040101
Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in CS4 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL CS4-
coded retransmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL CS4-coded
retransmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives CS4-coded UL retransmitted RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 58.
Times
C900040102
Number of UL RLC new blocks in CS1 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL CS1-
coded first-transmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL CS1-coded first-
transmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives CS1-coded UL first-transmitted RLC block,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 59.
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FI GURE 59 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF UL RL C NEW BL OCK S ON
PDTCH

Times
C900040103
Number of UL RLC new blocks in CS2 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL CS2-
coded first-transmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL CS2-coded first-
transmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives CS2-coded UL first-transmitted RLC block,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 59.
Times
C900040104
Number of UL RLC new blocks in CS3 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL CS3-
coded first-transmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL CS3-coded first-
transmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives CS3-coded UL first-transmitted RLC block,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 59.
Times
C900040105
Number of UL RLC new blocks in CS4 on PDTCH
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After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL CS4-
coded first-transmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL CS4-coded first-
transmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives CS4-coded UL first-transmitted RLC block,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 59.
Times
C900040106
Number of UL data blocks received on PDTCH
When MS transmits UL RLC blocks to BSC through BTS, this
counter counts the number of data blocks received by BSC,
including the retransmitted RLC blocks, blocks to be confirmed
and the first-transmitted blocks.
The counter counts the number of data blocks received by UL
PDTCH.
When MS transmits an UL RLC block to BSC through BTS
(including the retransmitted RLC blocks, blocks to be confirmed
and the first-transmitted blocks), this counter increments.
Times
C900040107
Number of DL data blocks sent on PDTCH
When BSC transmits DL RLC blocks to BTS, this counter counts
the number of data blocks sent from BSC, including the
retransmitted RLC blocks, blocks to be confirmed and the first-
transmitted blocks.
The counter counts the number of data blocks sent by DL PDTCH.
When BSC transmits a DL RLC block to BTS (including the
retransmitted RLC blocks, blocks to be confirmed and the first-
transmitted blocks), this counter increments.
Times
C900040108
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment requests
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The counter counts the number of GPRS DL TBF establishment
requests received by PS control plane when BSC attempts to
establish DL GPRS TBFs. It is the sum of CCCH/PCCCH requests
(C901170002) and PACCH requests (C901170003).
The counter collects information about the frequency of DL
establishment requests received by PS control plane when BSC
attempts to establish DL GPRS TBFs.
This counter increments in the following two cases:
When PS control plane receives a DL TBF establishment
request from PS user plane, this counter increments.
When UL GPRS TBF exists and DL GPRS TBF is to be
established, if PS control plane receives the DL assignment
message from PS user plane, this counter increments.
Times
C900040109
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment failure due to database
allocation failure
The counter counts the number of GPRS DL TBF establishment
failure due to database allocation failure.
The counter collects information about the frequency of channel
allocation failures when BSC attempts to establish DL GPRS TBFs.
This counter increments in the following two cases:
When PS control plane receives the DL TBF establishment
request from PS user plane, it will apply to database for
resources. If it fails to obtain the resources, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure
60.
FI GURE 60 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF AL L OCATI ON FA I L URES AFTER
RECEI VI NG DL TBF ESTAB L I SHMENT REQUEST

When MS has already established an UL GPRS TBF and DL
GPRS TBF is to be established, if PS control plane receives
the DL TBF assignment message from PS user plane, it will
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apply to database for resources. If it fails to obtain the
resources, this counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 61.
FI GURE 61 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF AL L OCATI ON FA I L URES AFTER
RECEI VI NG DL TBF ASSI GNMENT MESSAGE

Times
C900040110
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation requests due to
UL TBF establishment
The counter counts the number of GPRS DL TBF resource
reallocation requests due to UL TBF establishment.
The counter collects information about the frequency of GPRS DL
TBF resource reallocation requests.
When MS has already established a DL GPRS TBF, if PS control
plane receives an UL TBF assignment message from PS user
plane, this counter increments. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 62.
FI GURE 62 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS DL TBF RESOURCE
REAL L OCATI ON REQUESTS DUE TO UL TBF ESTAB L I SHMENT

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C900040111
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to UL
TBF establishment
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If MS has already established a DL GPRS TBF and it needs to
establish an UL TBF on PACCH, PS control plane should apply to
database for resources. The counter counts the number of DL
resource reallocation failures caused by failed UL TBF
establishment allocation.
The counter collects information about the frequency of GPRS DL
resource reallocation failures caused by failed UL TBF
establishment allocation.
When MS has already established a DL GPRS TBF, if PS control
plane receives an UL TBF assignment message from PS user
plane, it will apply to database for resources. If it fails to obtain
the resources, this counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 63.
FI GURE 63 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS DL TBF RESOURCE
REAL L OCATI ON FAI L URE DUE TO UL TBF ESTAB L I SHMENT

Times
C900040112
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation requests due to
LLC transmission
This counter counts the number of resource reallocation requests
that PS control plane receives from PS user plane caused by
UL/DL LLC frame changes during the DL GPRS TBF transmission.
This counter collects information about the frequency of resource
reallocation requests received by PS control plane during the DL
GPRS TBF transmission.
When PS control plane receives a resource reallocation request
from PS user plane, if the current DL GPRS TBF exists, this
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 64.
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FI GURE 64 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS DL TBF RESOURCE
REAL L OCATI ON REQUESTS DUE TO L L C TRANSMI SSI ON

Times
C900040113
Number of GPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to LLC
transmission
During the DL GPRS TBF transmission, because UL/DL LLC frame
changes, PS user plane sends a resource reallocation request to
PS control plane. After receiving the request, PS control plane
applies to database for resources. This counter counts the
number of failed resource allocations.
This counter collects information about the frequency of failed
resource allocations during the DL GPRS TBF transmission after
PS control plane receives the resource reallocation request and
applies to database for resources.
After PS control plane receives a resource reallocation request
from PS user plane and applies to database for resources, if it
fails to obtain the resources, this counter increments, as A
shown in Figure 65.
FI GURE 65 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS DL TBF RESOURCE
REAL L OCATI ON FAI L URE DUE TO L L C TRANSMI SSI ON

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C900040114
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment requests
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Resourcereallocation request
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The counter counts the number of EGPRS downlink TBF
establishment requests received by control plane. It is the sum
of CCCH/PCCCH requests (C901180002) and PACCH requests
(C901180003).
The counter collects information about the frequency of DL
establishment requests received by the control plane when BSC
attempts to establish DL EGPRS TBFs.
This counter increments in the following two cases:
When PS control plane receives a DL TBF establishment
request from PS user plane, this counter increments.
When UL EGPRS TBF exists and DL EGPRS TBF is to be
established, if PS control plane receives the DL assignment
message from PS user plane, this counter increments.
Times
C900040115
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment failure due to database
allocation failure
The counter counts the number of channel allocation failures
when BSC attempts to establish DL EGPRS TBFs and RANPS
applies to database for resources.
The counter collects information about the frequency of channel
allocation failures when BSC attempts to establish DL EGPRS
TBFs and RANPS applies to database for resources.
This counter increments in the following two cases:
When PS control plane receives the DL TBF establishment
request from PS user plane, it will apply to database for
resources. If it fails to obtain the resources, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure
60.
When UL EGPRS TBF exists and DL EGPRS TBF is to be
established, if PS control plane receives the DL TBF
assignment message from PS user plane, it will apply to
database for resources. If it fails to obtain the resources, this
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 61.
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C900040116
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation requests due to
UL TBF establishment
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The counter counts the number of EGPRS downlink TBF resource
reallocation requests (concurrent PACCH UL TBF establishment
request).
The counter collects information about the frequency of EGPRS
downlink TBF resource reallocation requests.
When MS has already established a DL EGPRS TBF, if PS control
plane receives an UL TBF assignment message from PS user
plane, this counter increments. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 62.
Times
C900040117
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to UL
TBF establishment
If MS has already established a DL EGPRS TBF and it needs to
establish an UL TBF on PACCH, PS control plane should apply to
database for resources. The counter counts the number of DL
resource reallocation failures caused by failed UL TBF
establishment allocation.
The counter collects information about the frequency of EGPRS
DL resource reallocation failures caused by failed UL TBF
establishment allocation.
When MS has already established a DL EGPRS TBF, if PS control
plane receives an UL TBF assignment message from PS user
plane, it will apply to database for resources. If it fails to obtain
the resources, this counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 63.
Times
C900040118
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation requests due to
LLC transmission
This counter counts the number of resource reallocation requests
that PS control plane receives from PS user plane caused by
UL/DL LLC frame changes during the DL EGPRS TBF
transmission.
This counter collects information about the frequency of resource
reallocation requests received by PS control plane during the DL
EGPRS TBF transmission.
When PS control plane receives a resource reallocation request
from PS user plane, if the current DL EGPRS TBF exists, this
counter increments, as A shown in Figure 64.
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C900040119
Number of EGPRS DL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
LLC transmission
During the DL EGPRS TBF transmission, because UL/DL LLC
frame changes, PS user plane sends a resource reallocation
request to PS control plane. After receiving the request, PS
control plane applies to database for resources. This counter
counts the number of failed resource allocations.
This counter collects information about the frequency of failed
resource allocations during the DL EGPRS TBF transmission after
PS control plane receives the resource reallocation request and
applies to database for resources.
After PS control plane receives a resource reallocation request
from PS user plane and applies to database for resources, if it
fails to obtain the resources, this counter increments, as A
shown in Figure 65.
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C900040120
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment requests
The counter counts the number of all channel requests when MS
attempts to establish GPRS UL TBFs. It is the sum of CCCH
requests (C901190002), PCCCH requests (C901190004) and
PACCH requests (C901190006).
The counter collects information about the frequency of channel
requests when MS attempts to establish GPRS services.
This counter increments in the following three cases:
When BSC receives a CCCH request originated by MS, this
counter increments.
When BSC receives a PCCCH request originated by MS, this
counter increments.
When BSC receives a PACCH request originated by MS and
user plane sends a resource request to control plane, this
counter increments.
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C900040121
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment failure due to database
allocation failure
The counter counts the number of GPRS UL TBF establishment
channel allocation failures.
The counter collects information about the frequency of channel
allocation failures when the system attempts to establish UL
GPRS TBFs.
This counter increments in the following three cases:
When PS control plane receives a CCCH request from MS, it
will apply to database for resources. If it fails to obtain the
resources, this counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 66.
FI GURE 66 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF AL L OCATI ON FA I L URES AFTER
RECEI VI NG CCCH REQUEST

When PS control plane receives a PCCCH request from MS, it
will apply to database for resources. If it fails to obtain the
resources, this counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 67.
FI GURE 67 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF AL L OCATI ON FA I L URES AFTER
RECEI VI NG PCCCH REQUEST

When MS has already established a DL GPRS TBF, if PS
control plane receives an UL TBF assignment message from
PS user plane, it will apply to database for resources. If it
fails to obtain the resources, this counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 68.
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FI GURE 68 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF AL L OCATI ON FA I L URES ( DL GPRS
TBF EXI STS)

Times
C900040122
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation requests due to
DL TBF establishment
The counter counts the number of RS UL TBF resource
reallocation requests due to DL TBF establishment.
The counter collects information about the frequency of GPRS UL
TBF resource reallocation requests.
When MS has already established an UL GPRS TBF, if PS control
plane receives a DL TBF assignment message from PS user
plane, this counter increments. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 69.
FI GURE 69 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS UL TBF RESOURCE
REAL L OCATI ON REQUESTS DUE TO DL TBF ESTAB L I SHMENT

Times
C900040123
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to DL
TBF establishment
If MS has already established an UL GPRS TBF and it needs to
establish a DL TBF on PACCH, PS control plane should apply to
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database for resources. The counter counts the number of UL
resource reallocation failures caused by failed DL TBF
establishment allocation.
The counter collects information about the frequency of GPRS UL
resource reallocation failures caused by failed DL TBF
establishment allocation.
When MS has already established an UL GPRS TBF, if PS control
plane receives a DL TBF assignment message from PS user
plane, it will apply to database for resources. If it fails to obtain
the resources, this counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 61.
Times
C900040124
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation requests due to
LLC transmission
This counter counts the number of resource reallocation requests
that PS control plane receives from PS user plane caused by
UL/DL LLC frame changes during the UL GPRS TBF transmission.
This counter collects information about the frequency of resource
reallocation requests received by PS control plane during the UL
GPRS TBF transmission.
When PS control plane receives a resource reallocation request
from PS user plane, if the current UL GPRS TBF exists, this
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 64.
Times
C900040125
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to LLC
transmission
During the UL GPRS TBF transmission, because UL/DL LLC frame
changes, PS user plane sends a resource reallocation request to
PS control plane. After receiving the request, PS control plane
applies to database for resources. This counter counts the
number of failed resource allocations.
This counter collects information about the frequency of failed
resource allocations during the UL GPRS TBF transmission after
PS control plane receives the resource reallocation request and
applies to database for resources.
After PS control plane receives a resource reallocation request
from PS user plane and applies to database for resources, if it
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fails to obtain the resources, this counter increments, as A
shown in Figure 65.
Times
C900040126
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation requests for
resource request
This counter counts the number of resource allocation requests
that PS control plane receives from MS during the UL GPRS TBF
transmission.
This counter collects information about the frequency of resource
allocation requests received by PS control plane during the UL
GPRS TBF transmission (including 2-step UL access and UL TBF
transmission).
When PS control plane receives a resource allocation request
from PS user plane, this counter increments, as A shown in
Figure 70.
FI GURE 70 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS UL TBF RESOURCE
REAL L OCATI ON REQUESTS FOR RESOURCE REQUEST
Resourceallocationrequest
PScontrol
plane
A
PSuser
plane

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C900040127
Number of GPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
database allocation failure for resource request
During the UL GPRS TBF transmission, after receiving the
resource allocation request from MS, PS control plane applies to
database for resources. This counter counts the number of failed
resource allocations.
This counter collects information about the frequency of failed
resource allocations during the UL GPRS TBF transmission
(including 2-step UL access and UL TBF transmission) after PS
control plane receives the resource allocation request from MS
and applies to database for resources.
After PS control plane receives a resource reallocation request
from MS and applies to database for resources, if it fails to
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obtain the resources, this counter increments, as A shown in
Figure 71.
FI GURE 71 FAI L I NG TO REQUEST FOR RESOURCE FROM DATAB ASE

Times
C900040128
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment requests
The counter counts the number of all channel requests when MS
attempts to establish EDGE UL TBFs. It is the sum of CCCH
requests (C901200003), PCCCH requests (C901200005) and
PACCH requests (C901200006).
The counter collects information about the frequency of channel
requests when MS attempts to establish EDGE services.
This counter increments in the following three cases:
When BSC receives an EDGE CCCH request originated by MS,
this counter increments.
When BSC receives an EDGE PCCCH request originated by
MS, this counter increments.
When BSC receives an EDGE PACCH request originated by
MS and user plane sends a resource request to control plane,
this counter increments.
Times
C900040129
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment failure due to database
allocation failure
The counter counts the number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment
channel allocation failures.
The counter collects information about the frequency of channel
allocation failures when the system attempts to establish UL
EGPRS TBFs.
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This counter increments in the following two cases:
When PS control plane receives an EGPRS channel r equest
on CCCH or an EGPRS Packet channel r equest on PCCCH
from MS, it will apply to database for resources. If it fails to
obtain the resources, this counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 72.
FI GURE 72 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF EGPRS UPL I NK TBF
ESTAB L I SHMENT CHANNEL AL L OCATI ON FAI L URES

When MS has already established a DL EGPRS TBF, if PS
control plane receives an UL TBF assignment message from
PS user plane, it will apply to database for resources. If it
fails to obtain the resources, this counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 68.
Times
C900040130
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation requests due to
DL TBF establishment
The counter counts the number of EGPRS UL TBF resource
reallocation requests due to DL TBF establishment.
The counter collects information about the frequency of EGPRS
UL TBF resource reallocation requests.
When MS has already established an UL EGPRS TBF, if PS control
plane receives a DL TBF assignment message from PS user
plane, this counter increments. The measurement point is A, as
shown in Figure 69.
Times
C900040131
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to DL
TBF establishment
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If MS has already established an UL EGPRS TBF and it needs to
establish a DL TBF on PACCH, PS control plane should apply to
database for resources. The counter counts the number of UL
resource reallocation failures caused by failed DL TBF
establishment allocation.
The counter collects information about the frequency of EGPRS
UL resource reallocation failures caused by failed DL TBF
establishment allocation.
When MS has already established an UL EGPRS TBF, if PS control
plane receives a DL TBF assignment message from PS user
plane, it will apply to database for resources. If it fails to obtain
the resources, this counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 61.
Times
C900040132
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation requests due to
LLC transmission
This counter counts the number of resource reallocation requests
that PS control plane receives from PS user plane caused by
UL/DL LLC frame changes during the UL EGPRS TBF transmission.
This counter collects information about the frequency of resource
reallocation requests received by PS control plane during the UL
EGPRS TBF transmission.
When PS control plane receives a resource reallocation request
from PS user plane, this counter increments, as A shown in
Figure 64.
Times
C900040133
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
LLC transmission
During the UL EGPRS TBF transmission, because UL/DL LLC
frame changes, PS user plane sends a resource reallocation
request to PS control plane. After receiving the request, PS
control plane applies to database for resources. This counter
counts the number of failed resource allocations.
This counter collects information about the frequency of failed
resource allocations during the UL EGPRS TBF transmission after
PS control plane receives the resource reallocation request and
applies to database for resources.
After PS control plane receives a resource reallocation request
from PS user plane and applies to database for resources, if it
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fails to obtain the resources, this counter increments, as A
shown in Figure 65.
Times
C900040134
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation requests for
resource request
This counter counts the number of resource allocation requests
that PS control plane receives from MS during the UL EGPRS TBF
transmission.
This counter collects information about the frequency of resource
allocation requests received by PS control plane during the UL
EGPRS TBF transmission (including 2-step UL access and UL TBF
transmission).
When PS control plane receives a resource allocation request
from PS user plane, this counter increments, as A shown in
Figure 70.
Times
C900040135
Number of EGPRS UL TBF resource reallocation failure due to
database allocation failure
During the UL EGPRS TBF transmission, after receiving the
resource allocation request from MS, PS control plane applies to
database for resources. This counter counts the number of failed
resource allocations.
This counter collects information about the frequency of failed
resource allocations during the UL EGPRS TBF transmission
(including 2-step UL access and UL TBF transmission) after PS
control plane receives the resource allocation request from MS
and applies to database for resources.
After PS control plane receives a resource reallocation request
from MS and applies to database for resources, if it fails to
obtain the resources, this counter increments, as A shown in
Figure 71.
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C900040136
Number of available PDCH
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This counter counts the number of available PDCH in a cell. The
PDCH that can be assigned include dynamic and static PDCH
both idle and occupied.
This counter is used to find out the number of available PDCH in
the serving cell.
The counters value can be obtained by querying the database
when periodic measurement data is reported.
Times
C900040137
Number of forcing conversation dynamic from PDCH to TCH by
BSC
iBSC supports dynamic radio channel function. The counter
records number of times of reclaiming dynamic PDCH in idle
state so as to use them as TCH/F.
This counter is used to find out the busy level and density of PS
service in the serving cell and use it as reference to decide
whether to set static PDCH or not.
The counter increments when dynamic PDCH is idle and the
database starts reclaiming dynamic PDCH.
Times
C900040138
Number of PDCH used by TBF in each cell
This counter counts the sum of PDCH used by all TBF in the
serving cell.
This counter is used to find out the condition of multi-timeslot
allocation in the serving cell.
The counters value can be obtained by querying the database
when periodic measurement data is reported.
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C900040139
Maximum number of used PDCH
This counter records the maximum number of used PDCH in a
cell within the measurement period. It reflects the occupancy
and busy level of PDCH.
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This counter is used to find out the busy level of the cell TCH/F
channel. It could be used as a reference for whether to increase
PDCH channel configuration.
This counter increments in the following three cases:
Request for database
Release database
Report periodic measurement data
Times
C900040140
Average number of used PDCH
This counter records the average number of used PDCH in a cell
within the measurement period.
This counter is used to find out the busy level of the cell TCH/F
channel. It could be used as a reference for whether to increase
PDCH channel configuration.
This counter increments in the following three cases:
Request for database
Release database
Report periodic measurement data
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C900040141
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment requests before T3192
expiration
During the running of T3193 of DL GPRS TBF, BSC receives DL
LLC frame again, then it performs DL assignment on PACCH of
the DL TBF.
This counter counts the number of times of establishing new DL
TBF.
After the DL GPRS TBF transmits all LLC frames and the DL RLC
block with FBI = 1, T3193 is started. During T3193 running,
when BSC receives new LLC frame and sends DL assignment,
this counter increments.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 73.
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FI GURE 73 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS DL TBF
ESTAB L I SHMENT REQUESTS B EFORE T3192 EXPI RATI ON
MS
SGSN
BSC
LLC Frame
RLC Block
LLC Frame
RLC Block
RLC BlockFBI1
Start T3193
A
Packet Downlink Assignment
LLC Frame

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C900040142
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment using existing DL TBF
resource
When establishing EGPRS DL TBF under UL transmission status,
the user plane needs not to request control plane for DL
resource if having saved DL TBF resource of last time. It uses
the existing resource for DL assignment. This counter records
the number of GPRS DL TBF establishment using existing DL TBF
resource.
During the UL GPRS TBF transmission, when BSC receives the
DL LLC frame, it uses the existing resource to establish DL GPRS
TBF. The measurement point is as A, as shown in Figure 74.
FI GURE 74 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF GPRS DL TBF ESTAB L I SHMENT USI NG
EXI STI NG DL TBF RESOURCE
MS
SGSN
BSC
RLC Block
RLC Block
A
Packet Downlink Assignment
(Packet Timeslot Reconfigure)
LLC Frame
RLC Block

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C900040143
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment requests on PACCH
Under UL transmission status, it is necessary to establish DL TBF
transmission when user plane receives DL LLC Frame from SGSN.
If user plane has not saved DL TBF resource, then user plane
requests control plane for resource.
This counter counts the number of times of requesting control
plane for resource to establish GPRS DL TBF on PACCH.
Note:
Here, user plane refers to the UPPB of iBSC, and control plane
refers to the CMP of iBSC.

The measurement point is as A1, as shown in Figure 75.
FI GURE 75 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS DL TBF
ESTAB L I SHMENT REQUESTS ON PACCH
MS BSC user plane
RLC Block
RLC Block
Packet Downlink Assignment
(Packet Timeslot Reconfigure)
LLC Frame
SGSN
Downlink Assign Request
(no record downlink resource)
Resource Assignment
A1
A2
BSC control plane

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C900040144
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment requests on
CCCH/PCCCH
When MS is in packet idle status, after BSC receives DL LLC
frame from SGSN, BSC initiates the process of establishing DL
TBF which is assigned on CCCH or PCCCH. BSC user plane first
sends the request for DL establishment to BSC control plane.
Under MSs packet idle status, when BSC sends the request for
DL resource to BSC control plane after receiving LLC frame from
SGSN, the counter increments.
The measurement point is as A1, as shown in Figure 76.
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FI GURE 76 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS DL TBF
ESTAB L I SHMENT REQUESTS ON CCCH/ PCCCH

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C900040145
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment requests before T3192
expiration
During the running of T3193 of DL EGPRS TBF, BSC receives DL
LLC frame again, then it performs DL assignment on PACCH of
the DL TBF.
This counter counts the number of times of establishing new DL
TBF.
After the DL EGPRS TBF transmits all LLC frames and the DL RLC
block with FBI = 1, T3193 is started. During T3193 running,
when BSC receives new LLC frame and sends DL assignment,
this counter increments.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 77.
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FI GURE 77 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF EGPRS DL TBF
ESTAB L I SHMENT REQUESTS B EFORE T3192 EXPI RATI ON
MS
SGSN
BSC
LLC Frame
RLC Block
LLC Frame
RLC Block
RLC BlockFBI1
Start T3193
A
Packet Downlink Assignment
LLC Frame

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C900040146
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment using existing DL TBF
resource
When establishing EGPRS DL TBF under UL transmission status,
the user plane needs not to request control plane for DL
resource if having saved DL TBF resource of last time. It uses
the existing resource for DL assignment. This counter records
the number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment using existing DL
TBF resource.
During the UL EGPRS TBF transmission, when BSC receives the
DL LLC frame, it uses the existing resource to establish DL GPRS
TBF.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 78.
FI GURE 78 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF EGPRS DL TBF
ESTAB L I SHMENT USI NG EXI STI NG DL TBF RESOURCE
MS
SGSN
BSC
RLC Block
RLC Block
A
Packet Downlink Assignment
(Packet Timeslot Reconfigure)
LLC Frame
RLC Block

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C900040147
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment requests on PACCH
Under UL transmission status, it is necessary to establish DL TBF
transmission when user plane receives DL LLC Frame from SGSN.
If user plane has not saved DL TBF resource, then user plane
requests control plane for resource.
This counter counts the number of times of requesting control
plane for resource to establish EGPRS DL TBF on PACCH.
The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure 79.
FI GURE 79 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS DL TBF
ESTAB L I SHMENT REQUESTS ON PACCH
MS BSC user plane
RLC Block
RLC Block
Packet Downlink Assignment
(Packet Timeslot Reconfigure)
LLC Frame
SGSN
Downlink Assign Request
(no record downlink resource)
Resource Assignment
A1
A2
BSC control plane

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C900040148
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment requests on
CCCH/PCCCH
When MS is in packet idle status, after BSC receives DL LLC
frame from SGSN, BSC initiates the process of establishing DL
TBF which is assigned on CCCH or PCCCH. BSC user plane first
sends the request for DL establishment to BSC control plane.
Under MSs packet idle status, when BSC sends the request for
DL resource to BSC control plane after receiving LLC frame from
SGSN, the counter increments. The measurement point is A1, as
shown in Figure 80.
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FI GURE 80 NORMAL CCCH/ PCCCH DL TBF ESTAB L I SHMENT PROCESS

Times
C900040149
Number of GPRS DL signaling TBF release due to N3105
overflow
During the GPRS signaling DL TBF transmission, the DL block
RRBP bit is set to ask MS to respond with a Packet Downl i nk
Ack/ Nack message.
If the specified block of BSC fails to receive response from MS,
then the N3105 counter increments; otherwise, it has a clear. If
no response comes from the MS, then the RRBP bit is set again
to ask MS to respond with a Packet Downl i nk Ack/ Nack
message; if the N3105 counter reaches its maximum value, it is
considered that the radio transmission fails and the GPRS
signaling DL TBF is released abnormally.
When the N3105 counter value exceeds N3105Max, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure 81.
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FI GURE 81 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS DL SI GNAL I NG
TBF REL EASE DUE TO N3105 OVERFL OW

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C900040150
Number of GPRS DL signaling TBF release due to other reasons
When BSC is transmitting the last RLC block of GPRS signaling
DL TBF, set FBI to 1, set RRBP to ask the MS to respond with a
Packet Downl i nk Ack/ Nack message, and at the same time,
activate T3191. If the specified block receives the MS response,
then T3191 will stop and the DL transmission ends normally. If
T3191 overflows, then it is considered that the radio
transmission fails and the GPRS signaling DL TBF is released
abnormally.
The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure 82.
FI GURE 82 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS DL TBF REL EASE
DUE TO OTHER REASONS
MS
RLC Block
BSC
A1
DOWNLINK ACK
Start T3191
Normal release
T3191 Timeout

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Times
C900040151
Number of GPRS DL signaling TBF forcing release by control
plane
When the user plane is transmitting the GPRS signaling DL TBF,
if a release request comes from the control plane, then the GPRS
signaling DL TBF will stop and be released abnormally.
When the user plane receives the release request from the
control plane, this counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 83.
FI GURE 83 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS DL TBF FORCI NG
REL EASE B Y CONTROL PL ANE

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C900040152
Number of GPRS DL signaling TBF release due to instance
suspension
When the user plane is transmitting the GPRS signaling DL TBF,
at least one block must be transmitted in every 5 seconds. After
a DL TBF block is transmitted, BSC will start or restart a 5-
second DL block assigning timer. If the timer expires, it is
considered that the user plane has an instance suspension and
the GPRS signaling DL TBF is released abnormally.
When the DL block assigning timer expires, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 84.
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FI GURE 84 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS DL TBF REL EASE
DUE TO I NSTANCE SUSPENSI ON

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C900040153
Number of GPRS DL signaling TBF release due to inner abnormal
When the user plane is transmitting the GPRS signaling DL TBF,
if the message fails to be sent at the radio interface, the RLC
instance fails to be created, or the resource reassignment fails,
the GPRS signaling DL TBF will be released abnormally.
During the transmission of GPRS signaling DL TBF, if the
message fails to be sent at the radio interface, the RLC instance
fails to be created, or the resource reassignment fails, this
counter increments.
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Number of EGPRS DL signaling TBF release due to N3105
overflow
During the transmission of EGPRS signaling DL TBF, the DL block
RRBP bit is set to ask the MS to respond with a Packet
Downl i nk Ack/ Nack message.
If the specified block of BSC does not receive the MS response,
then the N3105 counter increments; if it does, then it has a
clear; if no response comes from the MS, then the RRBP bit is
set again to ask the MS to respond with a Packet Downl i nk
Ack/ Nack message; if the N3105 counter reaches its maximum
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value, it is considered that the radio transmission fails and the
DL TBF is released abnormally.
When the N3105 counter value exceeds N3105Max, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure 85.
FI GURE 85 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF EGPRS DL SI GNAL I NG
TBF REL EASE DUE TO N3105 OVERFL OW

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Number of EGPRS DL signaling TBF release due to other reasons
When BSC is transmitting the last RLC block of EGPRS signaling
DL TBF, set FBI to 1, set RRBP to ask the MS to respond with a
Packet Downl i nk Ack/ Nack message, and at the same time,
activate T3191.
If the specified block receives the MS response, then T3191 will
stop and the DL transmission ends normally. If T3191 overflows,
then it is considered that the radio transmission fails and the
EGPRS signaling DL TBF is released abnormally.
The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure 86.
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FI GURE 86 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF EGPRS DL TBF REL EASE
DUE TO OTHER REASONS

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C900040156
Number of EGPRS DL signaling TBF forcing release by control
plane
When the user plane is transmitting the EGPRS signaling DL TBF,
if a release request comes from the control plane, then the
EGPRS signaling DL TBF will stop and be released abnormally.
When the user plane receives the release request from the
control plane, this counter increments. The measurement point
is A, as shown in Figure 87.
FI GURE 87 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF EGPRS DL TBF FORCI NG
REL EASE B Y CONTROL PL ANE

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Number of EGPRS DL signaling TBF release due to instance
suspension
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When the user plane is transmitting the EGPRS signaling DL TBF,
at least one block must be transmitted in every 5 seconds. After
a DL TBF block is transmitted, BSC will start or restart a 5-
second DL block assigning timer. If the timer expires, it is
considered that the user plane has an instance suspension and
the EGPRS signaling DL TBF is released abnormally.
When the DL block assigning timer expires, this counter
increments. The measurement point is A1, as shown in Figure 88.
FI GURE 88 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF NUMB ER OF EGPRS DL
TBF REL EASE DUE TO I NSTANCE SUSPENSI ON

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C900040158
Number of EGPRS DL signaling TBF release due to inner
abnormal
When the user plane is transmitting the EGPRS signaling DL TBF,
if the message fails to be sent at the radio interface, the RLC
instance fails to be created, or the resource reassignment fails,
the EGPRS signaling DL TBF will be released abnormally.
During the transmission of EGPRS signaling DL TBF, if the
message fails to be sent at the radio interface, the RLC instance
fails to be created, or the resource reassignment fails, this
counter increments.
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C900040159
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishments in release state
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If both MS and BSS support reestablishment in released state,
BSS sets RRBP and sends Packet UL Ack message (FAI =1 and
TBF Est = 1) to MS after receiving all RLC blocks from MS.
If MS has no new data to send, MS returns Packet Ct r l Ack
message to BSS.
If MS has new data to send but no DL TBF is available, then TBF
should be reestablished, with the following two cases to be
considered:
If system message indicates that Packet Cont r ol Ack is of
AB mode, then MS sends Packet Cont r ol Ack message
(Ctrl Ack bit is 00) to BSS, and BSS specifies single block
resource for MS by Packet UL Assi gn message. Subsequent
flow is same as that of TWO STEP access.
If system message indicates that Packet Cont r ol Ack is of
RLC/MAC mode, then MS sends Packet Resour ce Request
message to BSS. Subsequent flow is same as that of TWO
STEP access.
This counter records the number of reestablishment times of MS
in released state.
The measurement is A, as shown in Figure 89 and Figure 90.
FI GURE 89 MEASUREMENT POI NT ON NUMB ER OF GPRS UL TBF
REESTAB L I SHMENTS I N REL EASED STATE ( 1)


FI GURE 90 - MEASUREMENT POI NT ON NUMB ER OF GPRS UL TBF
REESTAB L I SHMENTS I N REL EASED STATE ( 2)

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C900040160
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment with existing UL resource
To accelerate TBF establishment, UPPB caches MSs UL/DL
resource within a period of time. When MS attempts to establish
new UL TBF on PACCH, relevant resource is directly assigned to
MS if there is resource as indicated by UPPB; otherwise, MS
sends request for resource to CMP.
This counter records the number of reestablishing UL GPRS TBF
in released state without having to request for resource.
The measurement is A, as shown in Figure 91.
FI GURE 91 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF GPRS UL TBF ESTAB L I SHMENTS WI TH
EXI STI NG UL RESOURCE

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C900040161
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment requests on PACCH
When MS has DL TBF and the TBF is in transmission status, if
MS has UL data to send but no UL TBF is available, MS sends
Packet DL Ack message together with UL TBF establishment
request. This counter counts the number of resource re-
applications after receiving this request.
This counter records the number of requests for establishing UL
GPRS TBF on PACCH.
The measurement is A, as shown in Figure 92.
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FI GURE 92 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF REQUESTS FOR
ESTAB L I SHI NG UL GPRS TBF ON PACCH

Times
C900040162
Number of EGPRS UL data TBF establishments on PACCH
When there is available DL TBF, MS sends Packet DL Ack
message with UL TBF establishment request. When there is a
request to establish UL TBF on PACCH and the TBF type is
EGPRS, the counter increments.
This counter records the number of times of establishing EGPRS
UL TBF on PACCH.
When Packet DL Ack message with UL TBF establishment
request is received, and the TBF type is EGPRS, the counter
increments.
Times
C900040163
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishments in release state
If both MS and BSS support reestablishment in released state,
BSS sets RRBP and sends Packet UL Ack message (FAI =1 and
TBF Est = 1) to MS after receiving all RLC blocks from MS.
If MS has no new data to send, MS returns Packet Ct r l Ack
message to BSS.
If MS has new data to send but no DL TBF is available, then TBF
should be reestablished, with the following two cases to be
considered:
If system message indicates that Packet Cont r ol Ack is of
AB mode, then MS sends Packet Cont r ol Ack message
(Ctrl Ack bit is 00) to BSS, and BSS specifies single block
resource for MS by Packet UL Assi gn message. Subsequent
flow is same as that of TWO STEP access.
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If system message indicates that Packet Cont r ol Ack is of
RLC/MAC mode, then MS sends Packet Resour ce Request
message to BSS. Subsequent flow is same as that of TWO
STEP access.
This counter records the number of reestablishment times of MS
in released state.
The measurement is A, as shown in Figure 93 and Figure 94.
FI GURE 93 MEASUREMENT POI NT ON NUMB ER OF EGPRS UL TBF
REESTAB L I SHMENTS I N REL EASED STATE ( 1)


FI GURE 94 - MEASUREMENT POI NT ON NUMB ER OF EGPRS UL TBF
REESTAB L I SHMENTS I N REL EASED STATE ( 2)

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C900040164
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment with existing UL
resource
To accelerate TBF establishment, UPPB caches MSs UL/DL
resource within a period of time. When MS attempts to establish
new UL TBF on PACCH, relevant resource is directly assigned to
MS if there is resource as indicated by UPPB; otherwise, MS
sends request for resource to CMP.
This counter records the number of reestablishing UL EGPRS TBF
in released state without having to request for resource.
The measurement is A, as shown in Figure 95.
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FI GURE 95 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF EGPRS UL TBF ESTAB L I SHMENTS
WI TH EXI STI NG UL RESOURCE

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C900040165
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment requests on PACCH
When MS has DL TBF and the TBF is in transmission status, if
MS has UL data to send but no UL TBF is available, MS sends
Packet DL Ack message together with UL TBF establishment
request. This counter counts the number of resource re-
applications after receiving this request.
This counter records the number of requests for establishing UL
EGPRS TBF on PACCH.
The measurement is A, as shown in Figure 96.
FI GURE 96 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF REQUESTS FOR
ESTAB L I SHI NG UL EGPRS TBF ON PACCH

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C900040166
Number of EGPRS UL TBF establishment requests on
CCCH/PCCCH
When MS has new data to transmit but no corresponding UL/DL
TBF is available, MS initiates UL TBF establishment flow,
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depending on whether the cell configures PBCCH on
CCCH/PCCCH.
This counter records the number of requests for establishing
EGPRS UL TBF on CCCH/PCCCH.
The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 97.
FI GURE 97 MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF EGPRS UL TBF
ESTAB L I SHMENT REQUESTS ON CCCH/ PCCCH

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C900040167
Number of dynamic PDCH preemption for CS service
This counter counts the number of times of PDCH being
preempted when the service instance is performing CS service
but fails to request for the radio channel.
This counter is used to find out the busy extent of PS service
and CS service in the current cell. It can be used as reference
for expanding radio channel configuration, so as to meet
requirements of both CS and PS services.
The counter increments when the following conditions are
satisfied:
When the service instance is performing CS service but fails
to request for the radio channel
The database initiates the dynamic PDCH collection
Times
C900040168
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment requests on
CCCH/PCCCH
When MS has new data to transmit but no corresponding UL/DL
TBF is available, MS initiates UL TBF establishment flow,
depending on whether the cell configures PBCCH on
CCCH/PCCCH.
This counter records the number of requests for establishing
GPRS UL TBF on CCCH/PCCCH.
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The measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 98.
FI GURE 98 - MEASUREMENT POI NT OF NUMB ER OF GPRS UL TBF
ESTAB L I SHMENT REQUESTS ON CCCH/ PCCCH

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C900040169
Number of GPRS DL TBF establishment requests on PACCH
When UL TBF exists, and there is DL data to be sent through
SGSN, a request will be sent to establish DL TBF on PACCH. This
counter increments upon the request and the TBF type is GPRS.
This counter counts the number of requests to establish GPRS
DL TBF on PACCH.
When a request is sent to establish DL TBF on PACCH and the
TBF type is GPRS, this counter increments.
Times
C900040170
Number of EGPRS DL TBF establishment requests on PACCH
When UL TBF exists, and there is DL data to be sent through
SGSN, a request will be sent to establish DL TBF on PACCH. This
counter increments upon the request and the TBF type is EGPRS.
This counter counts the number of requests to establish EGPRS
DL TBF on PACCH.
When a request is sent to establish DL TBF on PACCH and the
TBF type is EGPRS, this counter increments.
Times
C900040171
Number of GPRS UL TBF establishment requests on PACCH
When there is available DL TBF, MS sends Packet DL Ack
message with UL TBF establishment request. When there is a
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request to establish UL TBF on PACCH and the TBF type is GPRS,
the counter increments.
This counter records the number of requests to establish GPRS
UL TBF on PACCH.
When Packet DL Ack message with UL TBF establishment
request is received, and the TBF type is GPRS, this counter
increments.
Times
C900040172
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in MCS1 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC
blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of MCS1.
This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC blocks sent
on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS1.
When BSC sends a pending RLC block whose coding method is
MCS1 to MS, the counter increments. The measurement point is
A, as shown in Figure 53.
Times
C900040173
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in MCS2 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC
blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of MCS2.
This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC blocks sent
on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS2.
When BSC sends a pending RLC block whose coding method is
MCS2 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 53.
Times
C900040174
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in MCS3 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
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data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC
blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of MCS3.
This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC blocks sent
on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS3.

When BSC sends a pending RLC block whose coding method is
MCS3 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 53.
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C900040175
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in MCS4 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC
blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of MCS4.
This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC blocks sent
on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS4.
When BSC sends a pending RLC block whose coding method is
MCS4 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 53.
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C900040176
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in MCS5 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC
blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of MCS5.
This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC blocks sent
on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS5.
When BSC sends a pending RLC block whose coding method is
MCS5 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 53.
Times
C900040177
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in MCS6 on PDTCH
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After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC
blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of MCS6.
This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC blocks sent
on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS6.
When BSC sends a pending RLC block whose coding method is
MCS6 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 53.
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C900040178
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in MCS7 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC
blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of MCS7.
This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC blocks sent
on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS7.
When BSC sends a pending RLC block whose coding method is
MCS7 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 53.
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C900040179
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in MCS8 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC
blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of MCS8.
This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC blocks sent
on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS8.
When BSC sends a pending RLC block whose coding method is
MCS8 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 53.
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C900040180
Number of DL RLC pending blocks in MCS9 on PDTCH
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After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC
blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of MCS9.
This counter counts the number of DL pending RLC blocks sent
on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS9.
When BSC sends a pending RLC block whose coding method is
MCS9 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The measurement
point is A, as shown in Figure 53.
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C900040181
Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in MCS1 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted
RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of MCS1.
This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted RLC blocks
sent on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS1.
When BSC sends retransmitted RLC block whose coding method
is MCS1 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 54.
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C900040182
Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in MCS2 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted
RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of MCS2.
This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted RLC blocks
sent on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS2.
When BSC sends retransmitted RLC block whose coding method
is MCS2 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 54.
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C900040183
Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in MCS3 on PDTCH
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After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted
RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of MCS3.
This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted RLC blocks
sent on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS3.
When BSC sends retransmitted RLC block whose coding method
is MCS3 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 54.
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C900040184
Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in MCS4 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted
RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of MCS4.
This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted RLC blocks
sent on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS4.
When BSC sends retransmitted RLC block whose coding method
is MCS4 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 54.
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C900040185
Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in MCS5 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted
RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of MCS5.
This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted RLC blocks
sent on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS5.
When BSC sends retransmitted RLC block whose coding method
is MCS5 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 54.
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C900040186
Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in MCS6 on PDTCH
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After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted
RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of MCS6.
This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted RLC blocks
sent on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS6.
When BSC sends retransmitted RLC block whose coding method
is MCS6 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 54.
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C900040187
Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in MCS7 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted
RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of MCS7.
This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted RLC blocks
sent on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS7.
When BSC sends retransmitted RLC block whose coding method
is MCS7 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 54.
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C900040188
Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in MCS8 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted
RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of MCS8.
This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted RLC blocks
sent on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS8.
When BSC sends retransmitted RLC block whose coding method
is MCS8 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 54.
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C900040189
Number of DL RLC NACK blocks in MCS9 on PDTCH
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After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted
RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of MCS9.
This counter counts the number of DL retransmitted RLC blocks
sent on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS9.
When BSC sends retransmitted RLC block whose coding method
is MCS9 to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 54.
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C900040190
Number of DL RLC new blocks in MCS1 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL first-
transmitted RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of
MCS1.
The counter is used to review the status of DL first-transmitted
RLC blocks sent by BSC on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS1
When BSC sends first-transmitted RLC block (with coding
method of MCS1) to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 55.
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C900040191
Number of DL RLC new blocks in MCS2 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL first-
transmitted RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of
MCS2.
The counter is used to review the status of DL first-transmitted
RLC blocks sent by BSC on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS2.
When BSC sends first-transmitted RLC block (with coding
method of MCS2) to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 55.
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C900040192
Number of DL RLC new blocks in MCS3 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL first-
transmitted RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of
MCS3.
The counter is used to review the status of DL first-transmitted
RLC blocks sent by BSC on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS3.
When BSC sends first-transmitted RLC block (with coding
method of MCS3) to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 55.
Times
C900040193
Number of DL RLC new blocks in MCS4 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL first-
transmitted RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of
MCS4.
The counter is used to review the status of DL first-transmitted
RLC blocks sent by BSC on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS4.
When BSC sends first-transmitted RLC block (with coding
method of MCS4) to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 55.
Times
C900040194
Number of DL RLC new blocks in MCS5 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL first-
transmitted RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of
MCS5.
The counter is used to review the status of DL first-transmitted
RLC blocks sent by BSC on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS5.
When BSC sends first-transmitted RLC block (with coding
method of MCS5) to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 55.
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C900040195
Number of DL RLC new blocks in MCS6 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL first-
transmitted RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of
MCS6.
The counter is used to review the status of DL first-transmitted
RLC blocks sent by BSC on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS6.
When BSC sends first-transmitted RLC block (with coding
method of MCS6) to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 55.
Times
C900040196
Number of DL RLC new blocks in MCS7 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL first-
transmitted RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of
MCS7.
The counter is used to review the status of DL first-transmitted
RLC blocks sent by BSC on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS7.
When BSC sends first-transmitted RLC block (with coding
method of MCS7) to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 55.
Times
C900040197
Number of DL RLC new blocks in MCS8 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL first-
transmitted RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of
MCS8.
The counter is used to review the status of DL first-transmitted
RLC blocks sent by BSC on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS8.
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When BSC sends first-transmitted RLC block (with coding
method of MCS8) to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 55.
Times
C900040198
Number of DL RLC new blocks in MCS9 on PDTCH
After BSC receives DownLi nk Ack message, it decides whether
to send pending RLC block, to resend RLC block or to send new
data blocks. This counter counts the number of DL first-
transmitted RLC blocks from BSC to MS, with coding method of
MCS9.
The counter is used to review the status of DL first-transmitted
RLC blocks sent by BSC on PDTCH, with coding method of MCS9.
When BSC sends first-transmitted RLC block (with coding
method of MCS9) to MS via BTS, the counter increments. The
measurement point is A, as shown in Figure 55.
Times
C900040199
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in MCS1 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS1-
coded pending RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS1-coded
pending RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS1-coded UL pending RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 57.
Times
C900040200
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in MCS2 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS2-
coded pending RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
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This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS2-coded
pending RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS2-coded UL pending RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 57.
Times
C900040201
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in MCS3 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS3-
coded pending RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS3-coded
pending RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS3-coded UL pending RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 57.
Times
C900040202
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in MCS4 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS4-
coded pending RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS4-coded
pending RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS4-coded UL pending RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 57.
Times
C900040203
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in MCS5 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS5-
coded pending RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
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This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS5-coded
pending RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS5-coded UL pending RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 57.
Times
C900040204
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in MCS6 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS6-
coded pending RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS6-coded
pending RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS6-coded UL pending RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 57.
Times
C900040205
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in MCS7 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS7-
coded pending RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS7-coded
pending RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS7-coded UL pending RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 57.
Times
C900040206
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in MCS8 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS8-
coded pending RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
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This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS8-coded
pending RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS8-coded UL pending RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 57.
Times
C900040207
Number of UL RLC pending blocks in MCS9 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS9-
coded pending RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS9-coded
pending RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS9-coded UL pending RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 57.
Times
C900040208
Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in MCS1 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS1-
coded retransmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS1-coded
retransmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS1-coded UL retransmitted RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 58.
Times
C900040209
Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in MCS2 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS2-
coded retransmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
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This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS2-coded
retransmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.

When BSC receives MCS2-coded UL retransmitted RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 58.
Times
C900040210
Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in MCS3 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS3-
coded retransmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS3-coded
retransmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS3-coded UL retransmitted RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 58.
Times
C900040211
Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in MCS4 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS4-
coded retransmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS4-coded
retransmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS4-coded UL retransmitted RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 58.
Times
C900040212
Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in MCS5 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
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RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS5-
coded retransmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS5-coded
retransmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS5-coded UL retransmitted RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 58.
Times
C900040213
Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in MCS6 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS6-
coded retransmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS6-coded
retransmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS6-coded UL retransmitted RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 58.
Times
C900040214
Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in MCS7 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS7-
coded retransmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS7-coded
retransmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS7-coded UL retransmitted RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 58.
Times
C900040215
Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in MCS8 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
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RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS8-
coded retransmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS8-coded
retransmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS8-coded UL retransmitted RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 58.
Times
C900040216
Number of UL RLC NACK blocks in MCS9 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS9-
coded retransmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS9-coded
retransmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS9-coded UL retransmitted RLC block, the
counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown in
Figure 58.
Times
C900040217
Number of UL RLC new blocks in MCS1 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS1-
coded first-transmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS1-coded first-
transmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS1-coded UL first-transmitted RLC block,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 59.
Times
C900040218
Number of UL RLC new blocks in MCS2 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
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RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS2-
coded first-transmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS2-coded first-
transmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS2-coded UL first-transmitted RLC block,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 59.
Times
C900040219
Number of UL RLC new blocks in MCS3 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS3-
coded first-transmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS3-coded first-
transmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS3-coded UL first-transmitted RLC block,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 59.
Times
C900040220
Number of UL RLC new blocks in MCS4 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS4-
coded first-transmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS4-coded first-
transmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS4-coded UL first-transmitted RLC block,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 59.
Times
C900040221
Number of UL RLC new blocks in MCS5 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
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RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS5-
coded first-transmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS5-coded first-
transmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS5-coded UL first-transmitted RLC block,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 59.
Times
C900040222
Number of UL RLC new blocks in MCS6 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS6-
coded first-transmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS6-coded first-
transmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS6-coded UL first-transmitted RLC block,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 59.
Times
C900040223
Number of UL RLC new blocks in MCS7 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS7-
coded first-transmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS7-coded first-
transmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS7-coded UL first-transmitted RLC block,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 59.
Times
C900040224
Number of UL RLC new blocks in MCS8 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
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RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS8-
coded first-transmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS8-coded first-
transmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS8-coded UL first-transmitted RLC block,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 59.
Times
C900040225
Number of UL RLC new blocks in MCS9 on PDTCH
After receiving UL data block, BSC decides whether it is
retransmitted RLC block, first-transmitted RLC block or pending
RLC block. This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS9-
coded first-transmitted RLC blocks received on PDTCH.
This counter counts the number of useful UL MCS9-coded first-
transmitted RLC blocks received by BSC on PDTCH.
When BSC receives MCS9-coded UL first-transmitted RLC block,
the counter increments. The measurement point is A, as shown
in Figure 59.
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Ch a p t e r 3
CPU Load Measurement

CPU load measurement aims to make a statistic of the
performance related with circuit switching service on BSC level.
This chapter describes the definition, usage and measurement
point of various counters.
Overview
CPU load measurement consists of statistic of the average value
and peak value of CPU load.
The measurement takes BSC as the statistics unit.
CPU Load Measurement Counter
Index
Table 7 lists counters related to CPU load measurement.
TAB L E 7 CPU L OAD MEASUREMENT COUNTERS
Counter ID What It Counts
C900050001 Average load of the processor
C900050002 Peak value of the processor load

C900050001
Average load of the processor
This counter counts the average load of the main processor
during measurement period.
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After a collection period ends, calculation will be executed
according to the sampling load of the main processor.
Percent
C900050002
Peak value of the processor load
This counter counts the peak value of the main processor load
during measurement period.
The measurement point is the peak value of the sampling main
processor load during collection period.
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Ch a p t e r 4
CS Basic Measurement

This chapter contains detailed information about counters
related to CS basic measurement.
Overview
CS basic measurement involves counters that are used to
evaluate the circuit switching service performance and status.
These counters are often used in measurement related to radio
access, SDCCH, TCH, SAPI3, call drop, handover, Abis interface
message statistics, and radio resource availability.
The measurement takes cell as the statistics unit.
CS Basic Measurement Counter
Index
Table 8 lists counters related to CS basic measurement.
TAB L E 8 CS BASI C MEASUREMENT COUNTERS
Counter ID What It Counts
C900060001 Number of MTC access attempts
C900060002 Number of MTC access success
C900060003 Number of SDCCH seizure attempts for assignment
C900060004 Number of SDCCH seizure success for assignment
C900060005 Number of SDCCH seizure failure for assignment
C900060006 Number of SDCCH seizure attempts for handover
C900060007 Number of SDCCH seizure failure for handover
C900060008 Number of SDCCH allocation success for assignment
C900060009 Number of SDCCH allocation failure for assignment

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Counter ID What It Counts
C900060010
Number of signaling TCH/F seizure attempts for
assignment
C900060011
Number of signaling TCH/F seizure failure for
assignment
C900060012
Number of signaling TCH/F seizure attempts for
handover
C900060013
Number of signaling TCH/F seizure failure for
handover
C900060014
Number of signaling TCH/F allocation success for
assignment
C900060015
Number of signaling TCH/F allocation failure for
assignment
C900060016
Number of signaling TCH/F allocation failure for
handover
C900060017
Number of signaling TCH/F assignment success for
assignment
C900060018
Number of signaling TCH/F assignment failure for
assignment
C900060019 Number of voice TCH/F seizure attempts
C900060020 Number of voice TCH/F seizure failure
C900060021 Number of voice TCH/F seizure attempts for handover
C900060022 Number of voice TCH/F seizure failure for handover
C900060023
Number of TCH/F allocation success for assignment
(speech version1)
C900060024
Number of TCH/F allocation failure for assignment
(speech version1) <