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It is a recommended to activate the Fair Sharing feature to dynamically manage the code

allocation

Fair Fair Sharing: OVSF codes are RNC ignores the HSPDSCH Codes
Sharing managed by the numberOfHsPdschCodes are managed by
enabled isHsxpaR99ResourcesSharingOnCell Node B and configures all the the NodeB
(DCTM Allowed=True autonomously, codes expect the ones dynamically
that is to say the reserved for common
must be hsdpaCodeTreeManagementActivatio Node B knows in channels.
disabled) n=True “real time” which
codes are used or All the 15 codes
not by R99 and are configured for
then it is able to HSDPA and
DCTM: compute which based on the R99
block of call/profile
isHsPdschDynamicManagementAllo consecutive SF16 requested,
wed = False codes are HSPDSCH codes
available for HS- are update by
isCellHsPdschDynamicManagement PDSCH. NodeB directly to
Active = False CE.
When change in
the HS-PDSCH
code usage occurs,
the Node B will No user control
reconfigure the on the code
CE module in allocation in
order to take into increasing/decrea
account the new sing the codes
number of HS- available
PDSCH codes.

As the Node B
knows, TTI by
TTI, the
occupancy of the
codes tree, there is
no need to keep
some codes free to
anticipate the
admission of a
R99 call.
With this we would be addressing the issue of DL Code Congestion.

For the DL Power Congestion:

One of the option we had proposed was to reduce the CPICH:

To provide a detailed update on this: With this option we are really not reducing the
coverage area of the Cell(No Change in the Cell Radius). Only the pCPICH power is
being reduced with this option, the UE's which are at the Cell Edge would still be able
to see the Cell but as part of the Cell Selection Criteria UE understands that the power
received (pCPICH) for cell selection criteria may be/may not be enough to latch on this
cell as this cell is overloaded and based on that requirement we would want to reduce
the load on this Cell and this would enable the UE's to latch on to cells which are
lightly loaded. This option is enabling the UE's to latch onto cell which is not heavily
loaded and this would indirectly help in DL power congestion issue.

In addition , it is also possible to have RRC redirection of CS calls to GSM(This mechanism allows
offloading 3G traffic to 2G before reaching CAC failure.

and 3G-2G redirect for the speech calls(redirect to 2G in case of failure in establishment