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WCDMA RAN, Rel.

WCDMA 17,
Operating Documentation

WBTS Performance Measurements

DN09188122
Issue 08B
Approval Date 2017-05-25
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1. Introduction
1.1 Introduction to performance measurements
This manual describes performance measurements which are required to monitor the functionality of network elements and
interfaces. The scope is to define performance measurements which allow to monitor procedures and the resource situation

2. How to read this Excel report


The Excel report provides complete information on counters and key performance indicatiors (KPIs). It shows the full set of
counter and KPI attributes, including information about introduced changes.

The Excel report consists of three main sections:


- Measurement List
- Counter List
- KPI List

The measurements, counters, and KPIs are listed in an alphanumeric ascending order.

2.1 Measurement List


This section presents complete measurement information including the following:
- measurement ID
- measurement name
- measurement description
- information about changes

2.2 Counter List


This section presents complete counter information including the following:
- counter ID
- counter name
- counter description
- trigger type
- sampling interval
- information about changes

2.3 KPI List


This section presents complete KPI information including the following:
- KPI ID
- KPI name
- KPI description
- KPI formula
- KPI class
- information about changes

2.4 Field descriptions


Field descriptions are provided in the second row of Measurement List, Counter List, and KPI List sections. Use fold (-) and
unfold (+) buttons on the left panel to hide and show the field descriptions respectively.

2.5 Information about changes


Information about changes is a part of Measurement List, Counter List and KPI List sections and is available as follows:

1. Definition of whether the measurement/counter/KPI is new, removed. That definition is provided in the following columns:

- Changes between issues ... which shows the changes since the previous issue of the document.
- Changes between releases ... which shows the changes since the latest issue of the document in the previous product
release.

If the cell is empty, the measurement/counter/KPI is neither changed, nor new, nor removed.
Note that removed measurements/counters/KPIs are listed at the very bottom, and they are marked with red font.

Filters are enabled for convenient browsing of the changed categories.

2. Detailed information about changes, showing the current and previous values of parameter attributes. This information is
- Changes between releases ... which shows the changes since the latest issue of the document in the previous product
release.

If the cell is empty, the measurement/counter/KPI is neither changed, nor new, nor removed.
Note that removed measurements/counters/KPIs are listed at the very bottom, and they are marked with red font.

Filters are enabled for convenient browsing of the changed categories.

2. Detailed information about changes, showing the current and previous values of parameter attributes. This information is
provided in the following columns:

- <measurement/counter/KPI attribute> in issue ... which shows the value in the previous issue of the document.
- <measurement/counter/KPI attribute> in release ... which shows the value in the latest issue of the document in the
previous product release.

The columns are grouped into attribute-specific sections for a well-structured and a more convenient view. Use unfold (+)
and fold (-) buttons in the top bar to browse the attribute-specific details about changes. Use unfold all (2) and fold all (1)
buttons on the left-hand side of the top bar to show and hide details about changes respectively for the whole report.

Note that for all measurements/counters/KPIs, except new and removed ones, the field values for a previous issue and
previous release are always provided to show complete history information. Additionally, the changed attributes of
measurements/counters/KPIs are highlighted in grey. Highlights are enabled to indicate whether there is a change between
issues or releases.
nality of network elements and
ures and the resource situation.

(KPIs). It shows the full set of

I List sections. Use fold (-) and

and is available as follows:

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ment.
ment in the previous product

marked with red font.

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marked with red font.

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unfold all (2) and fold all (1)
ely for the whole report.

es for a previous issue and


changed attributes of
her there is a change between
Note:
See the How to Read This Report tab
for instructions on the usage of Measurement List
Note:
See the How to Read This Report tab
for instructions on the usage of Counter List
Flexi Lite's features are planned separately. Please consult your Nokia contact for further
information.

Changes between issues Changes between releases Measurement ID


08A and 08B WCDMA 16 and WCDMA 17

Changed 5000

5001

5002

5003

5004

Changed 5005

Changed 5006

5007

Changed 5008
Changed 5009

Changed Changed 5010

Changed 5011

5012

New 5014

5101

5102

5105

5106

5107

5110

5111

5112
5113

5114

5115

5116

5117

5118

5119

5120

5121

5122

Changed Changed 5123

5124

5125
5126

5127

5128

5129

5130

5131

5133

5134

5135

5136

5137

5138

5140
5141

5142

5143

5144
Measurement Name Measurement Abbreviated Name Measurement
Description

HSPA in WBTS HSDPA_WBTS HSPA in WBTS


measurement (M5000)
measures HSPA in
WCDMA Base Station.
WBTS HW Resource WBTS_HW WBTS HW Resource
(M5001) measures HW
Resources in WCDMA
Base Station.
Cell Throughput in WBTS Cell_Throughput_WBTS Cell Throughput in WBTS
measurement (M5002)

Frame Protocol in WBTS Frame_Protocol_WBTS Frame Protocol in WBTS


measurement (M5003)

Signaling Load in WBTS Signaling_Load_WBTS Signaling Load in WBTS


measurement (M5004)
provides information
about the amount of radio
HSPA in WBTS Extension HSPA_WBTS_Extension link
HSPA setups per second,
in WBTS Extension
queuing time and
measurement (M5005)
rejections
measures dueHSPAto in
congestion.
WCDMA Base Station.
WBTS R99 HW Resource WBTS_R99_HW WBTS Release 99 HW
Resource (M5006)
measures Release 99 HW
Resources in WCDMA
PIC Pool in WBTS PIC_Pool_in_WBTS Base Station
PIC Pool in WBTS
(M5007) provides
information about PIC
pool based counters
WBTS level monitoring WBTS_Level_Monitoring generated
WBTS levelbymonitoring
BTS.
(M5008) provides
information about various
telecom counters (like
BTS throughput, license
utilization, CE or HW
utilization) aggregated on
BTS level.
Operator specific statistics WBTS_Operator_Statistics Operator specific statistics
(M5009) provides
information to differentiate
operator measurement
WBTS Antenna Line WBTS_Antenna_Line data
WBTS in Antenna
cell level.Line
Measurements (M5010)
provides information
about the operating
HSPA Scheduler Monitoring HSPA_Scheduler_Monitoring conditions of an antenna
HSPA Scheduler
line.
Monitoring (M5011)
provides information
about various telecom
FSM Level Monitoring FSM_Level_Monitoring counters
FSM Level aggregated
Monitoringon
HSDPA/HSUPA
(M5012) providesscheduler
level.
information on subunit
utilization for R99 CEs,
WCDMA SI Monitoring WCDMA_SI_Monitoring HSUPA,
WCDMA HSDPA etc.
SI Monitoring
aggregated on the
Measurement (M5014) Flexi
System Module level.
provides information
about SBTS Sales Items.
FTM PDH Interface FTM_PDH_if FTM PDH Interface
measurement (M5101)
measures PDH interface

FTM SDH Interface FTM_SDH_if FTM SDH Interface


(M5102) measures the
SDH interface

FTM ATM Interface FTM_ATM_if FTM ATM Interface


measurement (M5105)
measures ATM interface
in Flexi BTS
FTM ATM VC Connection FTM_ATM_VC FTM ATM VC Connection
measurement (M5106)
measures ATM Virtual
Channel layer
FTM ATM VP Connection FTM_ATM_VP FTM ATM VP Connection
measurement (M5107)
measures ATM Virtual
Path layer
FTM Ethernet link FTM_ethernet_link FTM Ethernet link
(M5110) measures the
ethernet link performance
in FlexiBTS
VC Bandwidth Utilization VC_BW_UTL VC bandwidth utilisation
statistics measurement
(M5111) contains PM
counters to measure
VCC Bundle Bandwidth VCC_BDL_BW_UTL performance of virtual
VCC bundle bandwidth
Utilization channel.
utilisation statistics
measurement (M5112)
contains PM counters to
measure performance of
virtual channel connection
bundle.
FTM Pseudowire MPLS FTM_pseudo_MPLS FTM Pseudowire MPLS
measurement (M5113) in
Flexi BTS

FTM PSN tunnel IP FTM_PSN_IP FTM PSN tunnel IP


measurement (M5114)
measures the PSN tunnel
traffic in FlexiBTS
AAL2 Scheduling Performance in FTM_AAL2_sched AAL2 Scheduling
BTS Performance in BTS
measurement (M5115)

FTM Timing over Packet FTM_TOP FTM Timing over Packet


measurement (M5116)
contains data to monitor
the performance of the
FTM IP statistics FTM_IP_stats timing
FTM IPover packet
statistics
functionality.
measurement (M5117)
contains data to monitor
the performance of the IP
FTM PHB Statistics FTM_PHB_stats Iub
FTMfunctionality per IP
PHB statistics
interface.
measurement (M5118)
contains PM counters to
monitor the performance
FTM CES over PSN Interface FTM_CESoPSN_IF of
FTMtheCES
IP Iub functionality
over PSN
per IP interface for each
interface measurement
per hop behaviour.
(M5119) contains PM
counters for measuring
FTM CES over PSN pseudowire FTM_CESoPSN_PWT the
FTMCESCESover
overPSN
PSNtraffic
tunnel per CES over
pseudowire PSN
tunnel
interface.
measurement (M5120)
contains PM counters for
FTM CES over PSN Pseudowire FTM_CESoPSN_PW measuring
FTM CES over the CES
PSNover
PSN traffic per CES over
pseudowire measurement
PSN pseudowire
(M5121) containstunnel.
PM
counters for measuring
FTM IPSec FTM_IPSec the
FTMCES over
IPSec PSN traffic
measurement
per CES over PSNIPSec
(M5122) contains
pseudowire.
related PM counters.

FTM VLAN PHB Statistics VLAN_PHB_stats FTM VLAN PHB statistics


measurement (M5123)
contains PM counters to
monitor the performance
FTM VLAN IP Statistics VLAN_IP_stats of
FTMtheIPIPstatistics
Iub functionality
per VLAN
measurement interface for
(M5124)
each Per Hop Behaviour
contains PM counters to
class.
monitor the performance
FTM VLAN Statistics VLAN_stats of
FTMtheVLAN
IP Iubstatistics
functionality
per VLAN interface.
measurement (M5125)
contains PM counters to
monitor the performance
at the Ethernet level for
VLAN interfaces.
FTM TWAMP Statistics FTM_TWAMP FTM TWAMP statistics
measurement (M5126)
contains PM counters to
measure the round trip
PPP Multi Link Statistics PPP_ML_Stats time
PPP (RTT) and statistics
Multi Link the packet
loss ratio (PLR) of
measurement (M5127)
messages exchanged
contains PM counters to
with a remote
measure peer.and
received
PPP Single Link Statistics PPP_SL_Stats transmitted
FTM PPP SingleoctetsLink
and
packets
statisticsfor a PPP Multi
measurement
Link interface.
(M5128) contains PM
counters to measure
FTM L2 Switch Statistics FTM_L2SWI_Stats received and transmitted
Layer 2 switch statistics
octets and
measurementpackets for a
(M5129)
PPP Single
contains PMLink interface.
counters to
measure total numbers of
FTM STP Statistics FTM_STP_stats received
FTM STPand transmitted
Statistics
octets and packets
measurement (M5130) across
the layer 2 switch.
contains PM counters to
measure MSTP BPDUs
FTM TOP FreqSync Statistics FTM_TOP_FreqSync_Statistics statistics.
FTM TOP FreqSync
Statistics measurement
(M5131) contains PM
counters to measure
FTM IP Filtering FTM_IP_Filtering Timing
FTM IPover Packet (TOP)
Filtering
FreqSync statistics.
measurement (M5133)
contains PM counters to
monitor the firewall
PPP Multi Link IP Statistics PPP_ML_IP_Stats functionality
PPP Multi Linkof the
IP BTS.
statistics measurement
(M5134) contains PM
counters to measure
PPP Single Link IP Statistics PPP_SL_IP_Stats performance
PPP Single Linkof the
IP IP Iub
functionality for a PPP
statistics measurement
Multi Linkcontains
(M5135) interface.
PM
counters to measure
PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics PPP_ML_PHB_Stats performance
PPP Multi Link of PHB
the IP Iub
functionality for a Single
statistics measurement
Link PPP interface.
(M5136) contains PM
counters to monitor the
PPP Single Link PHB Statistics PPP_SL_PHB_Stats performance
PPP Single Link of the
PHBIP Iub
functionality per MLPPP
statistics measurement
interface for each Per
(M5137) contains PM Hop
Behaviourtoclass.
counters monitor the
FTM IP Security FTM_IP_Security performance
FTM IP Securityof the IP Iub
functionality per
measurement (M5138)SLPPP
interface for each Per Hop
contains FTM counters
Behaviour class.
related to IP security.
FTM Security Policy Statistics FTM_SECP_STATS FTM Security Policy
Statistics (M5140)
contains FTM counters
related to IP security
measured per policy.
Soam Frame Loss statistics FTM_SOAM_FRAMELOSS_STATS Soam Frame Loss
statistics contains Frame
loss measurements
related to Service OAM
Soam Two Way Delay Statistics FTM_SOAM_TWOWAY_DELAY_STAT PM
Soam perTwo
measurement.
way delay
S statistics contains two way
delay measurements
related to Service OAM
Soam One Way Delay Variation FTM_SOAM_ONEWAY_DELAY_STATS PM
Soam perone
measurement.
way delay
Statistics The statistics
variation do not
statistics
include lost or
contains one way delay
dropped/ignored
measurements relatedpackets
to
FTM Ethernet Interface FTM_Ethernet_Interface Service OAM PM
FTM Ethernet per
interface
measurement.
measurement (M5144)
The statistics
contains do not to
PM counters
include lost or
monitor the performance
dropped/ignored packets.
at the Ethernet level for
the plain Ethernet
interface.
Measurement Network Measurement NW Measurement structure
Profile Aggregation Levels changes between issues 08A
and 08B

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-WCEL, RNC: RNC, WCEL / IADA:


MCC-MNC / PLMN-IADA- WCEL
WBTS-WCEL, MCC-MNC

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-LCG / LCG
PLMN-IADA-WBTS-LCG

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-WCEL, WCEL
MCC-MNC / PLMN-IADA-
WBTS-WCEL, MCC-MNC

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-LCG / LCG
PLMN-IADA-WBTS-LCG

PLMN-RNC-WBTS- HWUnit
HWUnit / PLMN-IADA-
WBTS-HWUnit

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-WCEL, WCEL
MCC-MNC

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-LCG / LCG
PLMN-IADA-WBTS-LCG

PLMN-RNC-WBTS / PLMN- WBTS


IADA-WBTS
PLMN-RNC-WBTS-WCEL, WCEL, OperID
PLMN-OperID

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-ANTL ANTL Modified counters: 1

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-SCHED SCHED
/ PLMN-IADA-WBTS-
SCHED

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FSM / FSM
PLMN-IADA-WBTS-FSM

PLMN-RNC-WBTS

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- PPTT
PPTT / PLMN-IADA-WBTS-
FTM-PPTT

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- SVTT
SVTT / PLMN-IADA-WBTS-
FTM-SVTT

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- TCTT
TCTT / PLMN-IADA-WBTS-
FTM-TCTT

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- VCCT
VPTT-VCCT /PLMN-IADA-
WBTS-FTM-VPTT-VCCT

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- VPCT
TCTT-VPCT / PLMN-IADA-
WBTS-FTM-TCTT-VPCT

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- ETHLK
ETHLK / PLMN-IADA-
WBTS-FTM-ETHLK

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- VCCT
VPTT-VCCT

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- TCTT
TCTT
PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- PWMP
PWNE-PWMP

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- PWTIP
PWNE-PWTIP

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- A2UT
A2NE-A2ST-A2UT

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- TOPIK
IPNO-TOPIK / PLMN-IADA-
WBTS-FTM-IPNO-TOPIK

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- IPPM
IPNO-IEIF-IPPM

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- PHBPM
IPNO-IEIF-PHBPM

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- CESIF
CESIF / PLMN-IADA-
WBTS-FTM-CESIF

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- CESPWT
CESIF-CESPWT

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- CESPW
CESIF-CESPWT-CESPW /
PLMN-IADA-WBTS-FTM-
CESIF-CESPWT-CESPW
PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- IPSECC
IPSECC

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- PHBPM Removed counters: 1


IPNO-IEIF-IVIF-PHBPM

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- IPPM
IPNO-IEIF-IVIF-IPPM

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- IVIF
IPNO-IEIF-IVIF
PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- TWAMP
IPNO-TWAMP

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- P3ML
P3ML

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- P3SL
P3SL

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- L2SWI
L2SWI

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- STPORT
RSTP-STPORT

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- TOPF
TOPB-TOPF / PLMN-IADA-
WBTS-FTM-TOPB-TOPF

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- IPRM
IPNO-IPRM

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- IPPM
P3ML-IPPM

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- IPPM
P3SL-IPPM

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- PHBPM
P3ML-PHBPM

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- PHBPM
P3SL-PHBPM

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- IPSECC
IPSECC

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- SPPM
IPSECC-SPPM
PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- OAMFLM
OAMMD-OAMMA-
OAMMEP-OAMFLM

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- OAMDM
OAMMD-OAMMA-
OAMMEP-OAMDM

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- OAMDM
OAMMD-OAMMA-
OAMMEP-OAMDM

PLMN-RNC-WBTS-FTM- IEIF
IPNO-IEIF
Measurement structure
changes between releases
WCDMA 16 and WCDMA 17

New counters: 6
Modified counters: 4
Removed counters: 38

New counters: 6
Modified counters: 11

New counters: 3
Modified counters: 8

New counters: 3
Modified counters: 2
New counters: 6
Modified counters: 1

Modified counters: 1

New counters: 25
Modified counters: 6

New counters: 4
Removed counters: 1
Note:
See the How to Read This Report tab
for instructions on the usage of Counter List
Flexi Lite BTS is on WL9.1 level with RU50 EP1 feature parity and is
compatible with WCDMA 16.

Changes between issues Changes between releases Counter ID


08A and 08B WCDMA 16 and WCDMA 17

M5000C0

M5000C1

M5000C2

M5000C3

M5000C4

M5000C5

M5000C6

M5000C7

M5000C8

M5000C9
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M5000C25

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M5000C27

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M5000C31

M5000C32

M5000C33
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M5000C36

M5000C37

M5000C38

M5000C39

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M5000C64

M5000C65

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M5000C68

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M5000C71

M5000C72

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M5000C75

M5000C85

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M5000C87

M5000C88

M5000C89

M5000C90
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M5000C93

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M5000C107

M5000C108

M5000C109

M5000C110

M5000C111

M5000C112

M5000C113

M5000C114
M5000C115

M5000C116

M5000C117

M5000C118

M5000C119

M5000C120

M5000C121

M5000C122

M5000C123

M5000C124

M5000C125

M5000C126
M5000C127

M5000C128

M5000C129

M5000C130

M5000C131

M5000C132

M5000C133

M5000C134

M5000C135

M5000C136

M5000C137

M5000C138
M5000C139

M5000C140

M5000C141

M5000C142

M5000C144

M5000C145

M5000C146

M5000C147

M5000C148

M5000C149

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Measurement ID and Name Network Element Name NetAct Name

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU MAC_HS_PDU_RETR_DIST_C


RETRANSMISSION L_0
DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 0

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU MAC_HS_PDU_RETR_DIST_C


RETRANSMISSION L_1
DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 1

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU MAC_HS_PDU_RETR_DIST_C


RETRANSMISSION L_2
DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 2

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU MAC_HS_PDU_RETR_DIST_C


RETRANSMISSION L_3
DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 3

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU MAC_HS_PDU_RETR_DIST_C


RETRANSMISSION L_4
DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 4

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU MAC_HS_PDU_RETR_DIST_C


RETRANSMISSION L_5
DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 5

5000: HSPA in WBTS DROPPED MAC-D PDUS DUE MAC_D_PDU_DROP_BTS_OW


TO BTS OVERFLOW FL

5000: HSPA in WBTS TOTAL NUMBER OF MAC-D MAC_D_PDU_TOT


PDUS

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_0


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 0

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_1


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 1
5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_2
DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 2

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_3


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 3

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_4


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 4

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_5


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 5

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_6


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 6

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_7


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 7

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_8


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 8

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_9


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 9

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_10


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 10

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_11


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 11

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_12


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 12

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_13


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 13
5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_14
DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 14

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_15


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 15

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_16


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 16

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_17


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 17

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_18


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 18

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_19


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 19

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_20


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 20

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_21


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 21

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_22


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 22

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_23


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 23

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_24


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 24

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_25


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 25
5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_26
DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 26

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_27


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 27

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_28


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 28

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_29


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 29

5000: HSPA in WBTS REPORTED CQI CQI_DIST_CL_30


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 30

5000: HSPA in WBTS FAILED CQI DECODING CQI_FAILED

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-D PDUS SIZE OF 656 MAC_D_PDU_656

5000: HSPA in WBTS AVERAGE MAC-D PDU AVE_MAC_D_PDU_BUFF_DEL


BUFFER DELAY AY

5000: HSPA in WBTS MINIMUM MAC-D PDU BUFFER MIN_MAC_D_PDU_BUFF_DEL


DELAY AY

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAXIMUM MAC-D PDU MAX_MAC_D_PDU_BUFF_DE


BUFFER DELAY LAY

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNSCHEDULED TTIS TTI_NOT_SCHED_DATA_IN_B


UFF

5000: HSPA in WBTS TTIS WITHOUT SENDING DATA TTI_NOT_SEND_DATA_FROM


FROM USER BUFFER _BUFF
5000: HSPA in WBTS DISCARDED MAC-HS PDUS DISC_MAC_HS_PDU_T1
DUE TO T1 TIMER

5000: HSPA in WBTS DISCARDED MAC-HS PDUS DISC_MAC_HS_PDU_MAX_RE


DUE TO MAX NUMBER OF TRANS
RETRANSMISSIONS

5000: HSPA in WBTS DISCARDED MAC-HS PDUS DISC_MAC_HS_PDU_OTH_RE


DUE TO OTHER REASON ASON

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_1_CODE_QPSK


TRANSMISSION WITH 1 CODE
BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_2_CODE_QPSK


TRANSMISSION WITH 2 CODE
BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_3_CODE_QPSK


TRANSMISSION WITH 3 CODE
BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_4_CODE_QPSK


TRANSMISSION WITH 4 CODE
BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_5_CODE_QPSK


TRANSMISSION WITH 5 CODE
BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_1_CODE_16QA


TRANSMISSION WITH 1 CODE M
BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_2_CODE_16QA


TRANSMISSION WITH 2 CODE M
BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_3_CODE_16QA


TRANSMISSION WITH 3 CODE M
BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_4_CODE_16QA


TRANSMISSION WITH 4 CODE M
BY 16QAM
5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_5_CODE_16QA
TRANSMISSION WITH 5 CODE M
BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_1_CODE_QPSK


RETRANSMISSION WITH 1
CODE BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_2_CODE_QPSK


RETRANSMISSION WITH 2
CODE BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_3_CODE_QPSK


RETRANSMISSION WITH 3
CODE BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_4_CODE_QPSK


RETRANSMISSION WITH 4
CODE BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_5_CODE_QPSK


RETRANSMISSION WITH 5
CODE BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_1_CODE_16QAM


RETRANSMISSION WITH 1
CODE BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_2_CODE_16QAM


RETRANSMISSION WITH 2
CODE BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_3_CODE_16QAM


RETRANSMISSION WITH 3
CODE BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_4_CODE_16QAM


RETRANSMISSION WITH 4
CODE BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_5_CODE_16QAM


RETRANSMISSION WITH 5
CODE BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS HS-SCCH POWER HS_SCCH_PWR_DIST_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 0 _0
5000: HSPA in WBTS HS-SCCH POWER HS_SCCH_PWR_DIST_CLASS
DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 1 _1

5000: HSPA in WBTS HS-SCCH POWER HS_SCCH_PWR_DIST_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 2 _2

5000: HSPA in WBTS HS-SCCH POWER HS_SCCH_PWR_DIST_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 3 _3

5000: HSPA in WBTS HS-SCCH POWER HS_SCCH_PWR_DIST_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 4 _4

5000: HSPA in WBTS HS-SCCH POWER HS_SCCH_PWR_DIST_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 5 _5

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF HS-SCCH POWER HS_SCCH_PWR_SUM

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USER BUFFERS WITH HSDPA_BUFF_WITH_DATA_P


DATA IN THE BUFFER FOR ER_TTI
EACH TTI

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_6_CODE_QPSK


TRANSMISSION WITH 6 CODE
BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_7_CODE_QPSK


TRANSMISSION WITH 7 CODE
BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_8_CODE_QPSK


TRANSMISSION WITH 8 CODE
BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_9_CODE_QPSK


TRANSMISSION WITH 9 CODE
BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_10_CODE_QPS


TRANSMISSION WITH 10 K
CODE BY QPSK
5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_11_CODE_QPS
TRANSMISSION WITH 11 K
CODE BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_12_CODE_QPS


TRANSMISSION WITH 12 K
CODE BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_13_CODE_QPS


TRANSMISSION WITH 13 K
CODE BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_14_CODE_QPS


TRANSMISSION WITH 14 K
CODE BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_15_CODE_QPS


TRANSMISSION WITH 15 K
CODE BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_6_CODE_16QA


TRANSMISSION WITH 6 CODE M
BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_7_CODE_16QA


TRANSMISSION WITH 7 CODE M
BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_8_CODE_16QA


TRANSMISSION WITH 8 CODE M
BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_9_CODE_16QA


TRANSMISSION WITH 9 CODE M
BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_10_CODE_16Q


TRANSMISSION WITH 10 AM
CODE BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_11_CODE_16Q


TRANSMISSION WITH 11 AM
CODE BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_12_CODE_16Q


TRANSMISSION WITH 12 AM
CODE BY 16QAM
5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_13_CODE_16Q
TRANSMISSION WITH 13 AM
CODE BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_14_CODE_16Q


TRANSMISSION WITH 14 AM
CODE BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-HS PDU ORIG_TRANS_15_CODE_16Q


TRANSMISSION WITH 15 AM
CODE BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_6_CODE_QPSK


RETRANSMISSION WITH 6
CODE BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_7_CODE_QPSK


RETRANSMISSION WITH 7
CODE BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_8_CODE_QPSK


RETRANSMISSION WITH 8
CODE BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_9_CODE_QPSK


RETRANSMISSION WITH 9
CODE BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_10_CODE_QPSK


RETRANSMISSION WITH 10
CODE BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_11_CODE_QPSK


RETRANSMISSION WITH 11
CODE BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_12_CODE_QPSK


RETRANSMISSION WITH 12
CODE BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_13_CODE_QPSK


RETRANSMISSION WITH 13
CODE BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_14_CODE_QPSK


RETRANSMISSION WITH 14
CODE BY QPSK
5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_15_CODE_QPSK
RETRANSMISSION WITH 15
CODE BY QPSK

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_6_CODE_16QAM


RETRANSMISSION WITH 6
CODE BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_7_CODE_16QAM


RETRANSMISSION WITH 7
CODE BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_8_CODE_16QAM


RETRANSMISSION WITH 8
CODE BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_9_CODE_16QAM


RETRANSMISSION WITH 9
CODE BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_10_CODE_16QAM


RETRANSMISSION WITH 10
CODE BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_11_CODE_16QAM


RETRANSMISSION WITH 11
CODE BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_12_CODE_16QAM


RETRANSMISSION WITH 12
CODE BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_13_CODE_16QAM


RETRANSMISSION WITH 13
CODE BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_14_CODE_16QAM


RETRANSMISSION WITH 14
CODE BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-HS PDU RETRANS_15_CODE_16QAM


RETRANSMISSION WITH 15
CODE BY 16QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS RECEIVED DATA IN MAC-D RECEIVED_HS_MACD_BITS


PDUS
5000: HSPA in WBTS DISCARDED DATA IN MAC-D DISCARDED_HS_MACD_BITS
PDUS

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-E PDU MACE_PDU_RETR_00_COUN


RETRANSMISSIONS 0 TER
COUNTER

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-E PDU MACE_PDU_RETR_01_COUN


RETRANSMISSIONS 1 TER
COUNTER

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-E PDU MACE_PDU_RETR_02_COUN


RETRANSMISSIONS 2 TER
COUNTER

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-E PDU MACE_PDU_RETR_03_COUN


RETRANSMISSIONS 3 TER
COUNTER

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-E PDU MACE_PDU_RETR_04_COUN


RETRANSMISSIONS 4 TER
COUNTER

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-E PDU MACE_PDU_RETR_05_COUN


RETRANSMISSIONS 5 TER
COUNTER

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-E PDU MACE_PDU_RETR_06_COUN


RETRANSMISSIONS 6 TER
COUNTER

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-E PDU MACE_PDU_RETR_07_COUN


RETRANSMISSIONS 7 TER
COUNTER

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-E PDU MACE_PDU_RETR_08_COUN


RETRANSMISSIONS 8 TER
COUNTER

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-E PDU MACE_PDU_RETR_09_COUN


RETRANSMISSIONS 9 TER
COUNTER

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-E PDU MACE_PDU_RETR_10_COUN


RETRANSMISSIONS 10 TER
COUNTER
5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-E PDU MACE_PDU_RETR_11_COUN
RETRANSMISSIONS 11 TER
COUNTER

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-E PDU MACE_PDU_RETR_12_COUN


RETRANSMISSIONS 12 TER
COUNTER

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-E PDU DTX COUNTER MACE_PDU_DTX_COUNTER

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-E PDU HARQ FAILURE MACE_PDU_HARQ_FAIL_COU


COUNTER NTER

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-E PDU MACE_PDU_RETR_UNKNOW


RETRANSMISSIONS N_COUNTER
UNKNOWN COUNTER

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA DL PHYSICAL HSUPA_DL_PWR_DIST_CLAS


CHANNEL POWER S_01
DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 01

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA DL PHYSICAL HSUPA_DL_PWR_DIST_CLAS


CHANNEL POWER S_02
DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 02

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA DL PHYSICAL HSUPA_DL_PWR_DIST_CLAS


CHANNEL POWER S_03
DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 03

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA DL PHYSICAL HSUPA_DL_PWR_DIST_CLAS


CHANNEL POWER S_04
DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 04

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA DL PHYSICAL HSUPA_DL_PWR_DIST_CLAS


CHANNEL POWER S_05
DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 05

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA DL PHYSICAL HSUPA_DL_PWR_DIST_CLAS


CHANNEL POWER S_06
DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 06

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA MINIMUM MAC-D HSUPA_MIN_MACD_THR


THROUGHPUT
5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA MAXIMUM MAC-D HSUPA_MAX_MACD_THR
THROUGHPUT

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA AVERAGE MAC-D HSUPA_AVE_MACD_THR


THROUGHPUT

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA UL MINIMUM PHYSICAL HSUPA_UL_PWR_MIN


CHANNEL POWER

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA UL MAXIMUM HSUPA_UL_PWR_MAX


PHYSICAL CHANNEL POWER

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA UL AVERAGE HSUPA_UL_PWR_AVG


PHYSICAL CHANNEL POWER

5000: HSPA in WBTS HS-DSCH CREDIT HS_DSCH_CREDIT_RDCT_DU


REDUCTIONS DUE TO IUB E_DLY
DELAY

5000: HSPA in WBTS HS-DSCH CREDIT HS_DSCH_CREDIT_RDCT_SV


REDUCTIONS DUE TO RE_DLY
SEVERE IUB DELAY

5000: HSPA in WBTS HS-DSCH CREDIT HS_DSCH_CREDIT_RDCT_FR


REDUCTIONS DUE TO FRAME M_LOSS
LOSS

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_00


HEADROOM VALUE 00

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_01


HEADROOM VALUE 01

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_02


HEADROOM VALUE 02

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_03


HEADROOM VALUE 03
5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_04
HEADROOM VALUE 04

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_05


HEADROOM VALUE 05

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_06


HEADROOM VALUE 06

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_07


HEADROOM VALUE 07

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_08


HEADROOM VALUE 08

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_09


HEADROOM VALUE 09

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_10


HEADROOM VALUE 10

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_11


HEADROOM VALUE 11

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_12


HEADROOM VALUE 12

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_13


HEADROOM VALUE 13

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_14


HEADROOM VALUE 14

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_15


HEADROOM VALUE 15
5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_16
HEADROOM VALUE 16

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_17


HEADROOM VALUE 17

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_18


HEADROOM VALUE 18

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_19


HEADROOM VALUE 19

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_20


HEADROOM VALUE 20

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_21


HEADROOM VALUE 21

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_22


HEADROOM VALUE 22

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_23


HEADROOM VALUE 23

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_24


HEADROOM VALUE 24

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_25


HEADROOM VALUE 25

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_26


HEADROOM VALUE 26

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_27


HEADROOM VALUE 27
5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_28
HEADROOM VALUE 28

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_29


HEADROOM VALUE 29

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_30


HEADROOM VALUE 30

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE SERVING POWER UPH_SERVING_31


HEADROOM VALUE 31

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_00


HEADROOM VALUE 00

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_01


HEADROOM VALUE 01

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_02


HEADROOM VALUE 02

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_03


HEADROOM VALUE 03

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_04


HEADROOM VALUE 04

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_05


HEADROOM VALUE 05

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_06


HEADROOM VALUE 06

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_07


HEADROOM VALUE 07
5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_08
HEADROOM VALUE 08

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_09


HEADROOM VALUE 09

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_10


HEADROOM VALUE 10

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_11


HEADROOM VALUE 11

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_12


HEADROOM VALUE 12

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_13


HEADROOM VALUE 13

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_14


HEADROOM VALUE 14

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_15


HEADROOM VALUE 15

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_16


HEADROOM VALUE 16

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_17


HEADROOM VALUE 17

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_18


HEADROOM VALUE 18

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_19


HEADROOM VALUE 19
5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_20
HEADROOM VALUE 20

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_21


HEADROOM VALUE 21

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_22


HEADROOM VALUE 22

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_23


HEADROOM VALUE 23

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_24


HEADROOM VALUE 24

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_25


HEADROOM VALUE 25

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_26


HEADROOM VALUE 26

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_27


HEADROOM VALUE 27

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_28


HEADROOM VALUE 28

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_29


HEADROOM VALUE 29

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_30


HEADROOM VALUE 30

5000: HSPA in WBTS UE NON-SERVING POWER UPH_NON_SERVING_31


HEADROOM VALUE 31
5000: HSPA in WBTS NON-SERVING E-RGCH NON_SERVING_ERGCH_COM
COMMANDS MANDS

5000: HSPA in WBTS FRACTIONAL LOAD VALUE FRACT_LOAD_DISTR_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 00 _00

5000: HSPA in WBTS FRACTIONAL LOAD VALUE FRACT_LOAD_DISTR_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 01 _01

5000: HSPA in WBTS FRACTIONAL LOAD VALUE FRACT_LOAD_DISTR_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 02 _02

5000: HSPA in WBTS FRACTIONAL LOAD VALUE FRACT_LOAD_DISTR_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 03 _03

5000: HSPA in WBTS FRACTIONAL LOAD VALUE FRACT_LOAD_DISTR_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 04 _04

5000: HSPA in WBTS FRACTIONAL LOAD VALUE FRACT_LOAD_DISTR_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 05 _05

5000: HSPA in WBTS FRACTIONAL LOAD VALUE FRACT_LOAD_DISTR_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 06 _06

5000: HSPA in WBTS FRACTIONAL LOAD VALUE FRACT_LOAD_DISTR_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 07 _07

5000: HSPA in WBTS FRACTIONAL LOAD VALUE FRACT_LOAD_DISTR_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 08 _08

5000: HSPA in WBTS FRACTIONAL LOAD VALUE FRACT_LOAD_DISTR_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 09 _09

5000: HSPA in WBTS FRACTIONAL LOAD VALUE FRACT_LOAD_DISTR_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 10 _10
5000: HSPA in WBTS FRACTIONAL LOAD VALUE FRACT_LOAD_DISTR_CLASS
DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 11 _11

5000: HSPA in WBTS FRACTIONAL LOAD VALUE FRACT_LOAD_DISTR_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 12 _12

5000: HSPA in WBTS FRACTIONAL LOAD VALUE FRACT_LOAD_DISTR_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 13 _13

5000: HSPA in WBTS FRACTIONAL LOAD VALUE FRACT_LOAD_DISTR_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 14 _14

5000: HSPA in WBTS FRACTIONAL LOAD VALUE FRACT_LOAD_DISTR_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 15 _15

5000: HSPA in WBTS FRACTIONAL LOAD VALUE FRACT_LOAD_DISTR_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 16 _16

5000: HSPA in WBTS FRACTIONAL LOAD VALUE FRACT_LOAD_DISTR_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 17 _17

5000: HSPA in WBTS FRACTIONAL LOAD VALUE FRACT_LOAD_DISTR_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 18 _18

5000: HSPA in WBTS FRACTIONAL LOAD VALUE FRACT_LOAD_DISTR_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 19 _19

5000: HSPA in WBTS FRACTIONAL LOAD VALUE FRACT_LOAD_DISTR_CLASS


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 20 _20

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA NUMBER OF HAPPY HSUPA_NUMBER_OF_HAPPY


BITS _BITS

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA NUMBER OF UNHAPPY HSUPA_NUMBER_OF_UNHAP


BITS PY_BITS
5000: HSPA in WBTS SAMPLES IN HS-PDSCH SAMPLE_HS_PDSCH_PWR_C
POWER CLASS 01 LASS_01

5000: HSPA in WBTS SAMPLES IN HS-PDSCH SAMPLE_HS_PDSCH_PWR_C


POWER CLASS 02 LASS_02

5000: HSPA in WBTS SAMPLES IN HS-PDSCH SAMPLE_HS_PDSCH_PWR_C


POWER CLASS 03 LASS_03

5000: HSPA in WBTS SAMPLES IN HS-PDSCH SAMPLE_HS_PDSCH_PWR_C


POWER CLASS 04 LASS_04

5000: HSPA in WBTS SAMPLES IN HS-PDSCH SAMPLE_HS_PDSCH_PWR_C


POWER CLASS 05 LASS_05

5000: HSPA in WBTS SAMPLES IN HS-PDSCH SAMPLE_HS_PDSCH_PWR_C


POWER CLASS 06 LASS_06

5000: HSPA in WBTS SAMPLES IN HS-PDSCH SAMPLE_HS_PDSCH_PWR_C


POWER CLASS 07 LASS_07

5000: HSPA in WBTS SAMPLES IN HS-PDSCH SAMPLE_HS_PDSCH_PWR_C


POWER CLASS 08 LASS_08

5000: HSPA in WBTS SAMPLES IN HS-PDSCH SAMPLE_HS_PDSCH_PWR_C


POWER CLASS 09 LASS_09

5000: HSPA in WBTS SAMPLES IN HS-PDSCH SAMPLE_HS_PDSCH_PWR_C


POWER CLASS 10 LASS_10

5000: HSPA in WBTS DROPPED 656 BIT MAC-D DROP_MAC_D_PDU_BTS_OW


PDUS DUE TO BUFFER FL_656
OVERFLOW

5000: HSPA in WBTS DROPPED MAC-D PDUS DUE DROP_MAC_D_PDU_MAX_RE


TO MAX RETX TX_TOT
5000: HSPA in WBTS DROPPED 656 BIT MAC-D DROP_MAC_D_PDU_MAX_RE
PDUS DUE TO MAX RETX TX_656

5000: HSPA in WBTS DROPPED MAC-D PDUS DUE DROP_MAC_D_PDU_OTH_RE


TO OTHER REASON ASON_TOT

5000: HSPA in WBTS DROPPED 656 BIT MAC-D DROP_MAC_D_PDU_OTH_RE


PDUS DUE TO OTHER ASON_656
REASON

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL TRANSMITTED ORIG_TRANS_MAC_EHS_64Q


MAC-EHS PDUS BY 64QAM AM

5000: HSPA in WBTS RETRANSMITTED MAC-EHS RETRANS_MAC_EHS_64QAM


PDUS BY 64QAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF ACTIVE CPC USERS SUM_ACTIVE_CPC_USERS

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAXIMUM NUMBER OF MAX_ACTIVE_CPC_USERS


ACTIVE CPC USERS

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF CPC CONFIGURED SUM_CPC_CONFIGURED_US


USERS ERS

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAXIMUM NUMBER CPC MAX_CPC_CONFIGURED_US


CONFIGURED USERS ERS

5000: HSPA in WBTS NUMBER OF NON DTX DPCCH NUMBER_OF_NON_DTX_DPC


SLOTS CH_SLOTS

5000: HSPA in WBTS NUMBER OF DPCCH SLOTS NUMBER_OF_DPCCH_SLOTS

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA DL PWR RATIO HSUPA_PWR_RATIO_DISTR_


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 01 CLASS_01
5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA DL PWR RATIO HSUPA_PWR_RATIO_DISTR_
DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 02 CLASS_02

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA DL PWR RATIO HSUPA_PWR_RATIO_DISTR_


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 03 CLASS_03

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA DL PWR RATIO HSUPA_PWR_RATIO_DISTR_


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 04 CLASS_04

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA DL PWR RATIO HSUPA_PWR_RATIO_DISTR_


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 05 CLASS_05

5000: HSPA in WBTS AVERAGE HSUPA DL PWR AVG_HSUPA_DL_PWR_CONT


CONTROL CHANNELS R_CHN

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY FRACTIONAL LOAD UNHAPPY_FRACT_LOAD_DIS


VALUE DISTRIBUTION - CLASS TR_C_00
00

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY FRACTIONAL LOAD UNHAPPY_FRACT_LOAD_DIS


VALUE DISTRIBUTION - CLASS TR_C_01
01

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY FRACTIONAL LOAD UNHAPPY_FRACT_LOAD_DIS


VALUE DISTRIBUTION - CLASS TR_C_02
02

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY FRACTIONAL LOAD UNHAPPY_FRACT_LOAD_DIS


VALUE DISTRIBUTION - CLASS TR_C_03
03

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY FRACTIONAL LOAD UNHAPPY_FRACT_LOAD_DIS


VALUE DISTRIBUTION - CLASS TR_C_04
04

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY FRACTIONAL LOAD UNHAPPY_FRACT_LOAD_DIS


VALUE DISTRIBUTION - CLASS TR_C_05
05

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY FRACTIONAL LOAD UNHAPPY_FRACT_LOAD_DIS


VALUE DISTRIBUTION - CLASS TR_C_06
06
5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY FRACTIONAL LOAD UNHAPPY_FRACT_LOAD_DIS
VALUE DISTRIBUTION - CLASS TR_C_07
07

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY FRACTIONAL LOAD UNHAPPY_FRACT_LOAD_DIS


VALUE DISTRIBUTION - CLASS TR_C_08
08

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY FRACTIONAL LOAD UNHAPPY_FRACT_LOAD_DIS


VALUE DISTRIBUTION - CLASS TR_C_09
09

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY FRACTIONAL LOAD UNHAPPY_FRACT_LOAD_DIS


VALUE DISTRIBUTION - CLASS TR_C_10
10

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY FRACTIONAL LOAD UNHAPPY_FRACT_LOAD_DIS


VALUE DISTRIBUTION - CLASS TR_C_11
11

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY FRACTIONAL LOAD UNHAPPY_FRACT_LOAD_DIS


VALUE DISTRIBUTION - CLASS TR_C_12
12

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY FRACTIONAL LOAD UNHAPPY_FRACT_LOAD_DIS


VALUE DISTRIBUTION - CLASS TR_C_13
13

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY FRACTIONAL LOAD UNHAPPY_FRACT_LOAD_DIS


VALUE DISTRIBUTION - CLASS TR_C_14
14

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY FRACTIONAL LOAD UNHAPPY_FRACT_LOAD_DIS


VALUE DISTRIBUTION - CLASS TR_C_15
15

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY FRACTIONAL LOAD UNHAPPY_FRACT_LOAD_DIS


VALUE DISTRIBUTION - CLASS TR_C_16
16

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY FRACTIONAL LOAD UNHAPPY_FRACT_LOAD_DIS


VALUE DISTRIBUTION - CLASS TR_C_17
17

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY FRACTIONAL LOAD UNHAPPY_FRACT_LOAD_DIS


VALUE DISTRIBUTION - CLASS TR_C_18
18
5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY FRACTIONAL LOAD UNHAPPY_FRACT_LOAD_DIS
VALUE DISTRIBUTION - CLASS TR_C_19
19

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY FRACTIONAL LOAD UNHAPPY_FRACT_LOAD_DIS


VALUE DISTRIBUTION - CLASS TR_C_20
20

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA MACE PDUS WITH 2MS MACE_PDUS_2MS_TTI


TTI

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA MACE PDUS WITH MACE_PDUS_10MS_TTI


10MS TTI

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA MACE PDU DATA WITH MACE_PDU_DATA_2MS_TTI


2MS TTI

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA MACE PDU DATA WITH MACE_PDU_DATA_10MS_TTI


10MS TTI

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF HSUPA USERS WITH SUM_HSUPA_USERS_2MS_T


2MS TTI TI

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF HSUPA USERS WITH SUM_HSUPA_USERS_10MS_T


10MS TTI TI

5000: HSPA in WBTS CELL SPECIFIC USERS DENOM_CPC_USERS


DENOMINATOR

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF ACTIVE DC HSDPA ACTIVE_DC_HSDPA_USERS_


USERS WITH TWO CARRIERS 2C_SUM

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF ACTIVE DC HSDPA ACTIVE_DC_HSDPA_USERS_


USERS WITH ONE CARRIER 1C_SUM

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF CAPABLE DC HSDPA CAPABLE_DC_HSDPA_USERS


USERS _SUM
5000: HSPA in WBTS TTI SCHEDULED DC HSDPA TTI_DC_HSDPA_USER_PRIMA
USER FOR PRIMARY CARRIER RY_1C
WITH ONE CARRIER

5000: HSPA in WBTS TTI SCHEDULED DC HSDPA TTI_DC_HSDPA_USER_SECO


USER FOR SECONDARY NDARY_1C
CARRIER WITH ONE CARRIER

5000: HSPA in WBTS TTI SCHEDULED DC HSDPA TTI_DC_HSDPA_USER_PRIMA


USER FOR PRIMARY CARRIER RY_2C
WITH TWO CARRIER

5000: HSPA in WBTS TTI SCHEDULED DC HSDPA TTI_DC_HSDPA_USER_SECO


USER FOR SECONDARY NDARY_2C
CARRIER WITH TWO CARRIER

5000: HSPA in WBTS TTIS SCHEDULED FOR MIMO TTI_SCHED_MIMO_S


USERS WITH SINGLE STREAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS TTIS SCHEDULED FOR MIMO TTI_SCHED_MIMO_D


USERS WITH DUAL STREAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS ORIGINAL MAC-EHS PDU ORIG_TRANS_MAC_EHS_PD


TRANSMISSION WITH MIMO U_MIMO_D
DUAL STREAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAC-EHS PDU RETRANS_MAC_EHS_PDU_M


RETRANSMISSION WITH MIMO IMO_D
DUAL STREAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS CQI CORRELATED FOR MIMO CQI_CORR_MIMO_D_CLASS0


DUAL STREAM CLASS0

5000: HSPA in WBTS CQI CORRELATED FOR MIMO CQI_CORR_MIMO_D_CLASS1


DUAL STREAM CLASS1

5000: HSPA in WBTS CQI CORRELATED FOR MIMO CQI_CORR_MIMO_D_CLASS2


DUAL STREAM CLASS2

5000: HSPA in WBTS CQI CORRELATED FOR MIMO CQI_CORR_MIMO_D_CLASS3


DUAL STREAM CLASS3
5000: HSPA in WBTS CQI CORRELATED FOR MIMO CQI_CORR_MIMO_D_CLASS4
DUAL STREAM CLASS4

5000: HSPA in WBTS CQI CORRELATED FOR MIMO CQI_CORR_MIMO_D_CLASS5


DUAL STREAM CLASS5

5000: HSPA in WBTS CQI CORRELATED FOR MIMO CQI_CORR_MIMO_D_CLASS6


DUAL STREAM CLASS6

5000: HSPA in WBTS CQI CORRELATED FOR MIMO CQI_CORR_MIMO_D_CLASS7


DUAL STREAM CLASS7

5000: HSPA in WBTS CQI CORRELATED FOR MIMO CQI_CORR_MIMO_D_CLASS8


DUAL STREAM CLASS8

5000: HSPA in WBTS CQI CORRELATED FOR MIMO CQI_CORR_MIMO_D_CLASS9


DUAL STREAM CLASS9

5000: HSPA in WBTS CQI CORRELATED FOR MIMO CQI_CORR_MIMO_D_CLASS1


DUAL STREAM CLASS10 0

5000: HSPA in WBTS CQI CORRELATED FOR MIMO CQI_CORR_MIMO_D_CLASS1


DUAL STREAM CLASS11 1

5000: HSPA in WBTS CQI CORRELATED FOR MIMO CQI_CORR_MIMO_D_CLASS1


DUAL STREAM CLASS12 2

5000: HSPA in WBTS CQI CORRELATED FOR MIMO CQI_CORR_MIMO_D_CLASS1


DUAL STREAM CLASS13 3

5000: HSPA in WBTS CQI CORRELATED FOR MIMO CQI_CORR_MIMO_D_CLASS1


DUAL STREAM CLASS14 4

5000: HSPA in WBTS CQI CORRELATED FOR MIMO CQI_CORR_MIMO_D_CLASS1


DUAL STREAM CLASS15 5
5000: HSPA in WBTS CQI CORRELATED FOR MIMO CQI_CORR_MIMO_D_CLASS1
DUAL STREAM CLASS16 6

5000: HSPA in WBTS CQI CORRELATED FOR MIMO CQI_CORR_MIMO_D_CLASS1


DUAL STREAM CLASS17 7

5000: HSPA in WBTS CQI CORRELATED FOR MIMO CQI_CORR_MIMO_D_CLASS1


DUAL STREAM CLASS18 8

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF USERS WITH ACTIVE MIMO_D_UE_ACT_SUM


MIMO

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF ACTIVE 16QAM UL EDCH_16QAM_UE_ACT_SUM


USERS

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF CORRECTLY MACE_PDU_RX_COR_16QAM


RECEIVED MAC-E PDUs WITH
16QAM UL

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF INCORRECTLY MACE_PDU_RX_RETR_16QA


RECEIVED MAC-E PDUs WITH M
16QAM UL

5000: HSPA in WBTS RESIDUAL STREAM RES_FRACT_LOAD_CLASS_0


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 00 0

5000: HSPA in WBTS RESIDUAL STREAM RES_FRACT_LOAD_CLASS_0


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 01 1

5000: HSPA in WBTS RESIDUAL STREAM RES_FRACT_LOAD_CLASS_0


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 02 2

5000: HSPA in WBTS RESIDUAL STREAM RES_FRACT_LOAD_CLASS_0


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 03 3

5000: HSPA in WBTS RESIDUAL STREAM RES_FRACT_LOAD_CLASS_0


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 04 4
5000: HSPA in WBTS RESIDUAL STREAM RES_FRACT_LOAD_CLASS_0
FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 05 5

5000: HSPA in WBTS RESIDUAL STREAM RES_FRACT_LOAD_CLASS_0


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 06 6

5000: HSPA in WBTS RESIDUAL STREAM RES_FRACT_LOAD_CLASS_0


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 07 7

5000: HSPA in WBTS RESIDUAL STREAM RES_FRACT_LOAD_CLASS_0


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 08 8

5000: HSPA in WBTS RESIDUAL STREAM RES_FRACT_LOAD_CLASS_0


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 09 9

5000: HSPA in WBTS RESIDUAL STREAM RES_FRACT_LOAD_CLASS_1


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 10 0

5000: HSPA in WBTS RESIDUAL STREAM RES_FRACT_LOAD_CLASS_1


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 11 1

5000: HSPA in WBTS RESIDUAL STREAM RES_FRACT_LOAD_CLASS_1


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 12 2

5000: HSPA in WBTS RESIDUAL STREAM RES_FRACT_LOAD_CLASS_1


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 13 3

5000: HSPA in WBTS RESIDUAL STREAM RES_FRACT_LOAD_CLASS_1


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 14 4

5000: HSPA in WBTS RESIDUAL STREAM RES_FRACT_LOAD_CLASS_1


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 15 5

5000: HSPA in WBTS RESIDUAL STREAM RES_FRACT_LOAD_CLASS_1


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 16 6
5000: HSPA in WBTS RESIDUAL STREAM RES_FRACT_LOAD_CLASS_1
FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 17 7

5000: HSPA in WBTS RESIDUAL STREAM RES_FRACT_LOAD_CLASS_1


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 18 8

5000: HSPA in WBTS RESIDUAL STREAM RES_FRACT_LOAD_CLASS_1


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 19 9

5000: HSPA in WBTS RESIDUAL STREAM RES_FRACT_LOAD_CLASS_2


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 20 0

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY RESIDUAL STREAM UNHAPPY_RES_FRACT_LOA


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 00 D_00

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY RESIDUAL STREAM UNHAPPY_RES_FRACT_LOA


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 01 D_01

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY RESIDUAL STREAM UNHAPPY_RES_FRACT_LOA


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 02 D_02

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY RESIDUAL STREAM UNHAPPY_RES_FRACT_LOA


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 03 D_03

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY RESIDUAL STREAM UNHAPPY_RES_FRACT_LOA


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 04 D_04

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY RESIDUAL STREAM UNHAPPY_RES_FRACT_LOA


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 05 D_05

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY RESIDUAL STREAM UNHAPPY_RES_FRACT_LOA


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 06 D_06

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY RESIDUAL STREAM UNHAPPY_RES_FRACT_LOA


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 07 D_07
5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY RESIDUAL STREAM UNHAPPY_RES_FRACT_LOA
FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 08 D_08

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY RESIDUAL STREAM UNHAPPY_RES_FRACT_LOA


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 09 D_09

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY RESIDUAL STREAM UNHAPPY_RES_FRACT_LOA


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 10 D_10

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY RESIDUAL STREAM UNHAPPY_RES_FRACT_LOA


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 11 D_11

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY RESIDUAL STREAM UNHAPPY_RES_FRACT_LOA


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 12 D_12

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY RESIDUAL STREAM UNHAPPY_RES_FRACT_LOA


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 13 D_13

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY RESIDUAL STREAM UNHAPPY_RES_FRACT_LOA


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 14 D_14

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY RESIDUAL STREAM UNHAPPY_RES_FRACT_LOA


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 15 D_15

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY RESIDUAL STREAM UNHAPPY_RES_FRACT_LOA


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 16 D_16

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY RESIDUAL STREAM UNHAPPY_RES_FRACT_LOA


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 17 D_17

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY RESIDUAL STREAM UNHAPPY_RES_FRACT_LOA


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 18 D_18

5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY RESIDUAL STREAM UNHAPPY_RES_FRACT_LOA


FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 19 D_19
5000: HSPA in WBTS UNHAPPY RESIDUAL STREAM UNHAPPY_RES_FRACT_LOA
FRACTIONAL LOAD CLASS 20 D_20

5000: HSPA in WBTS NUMBER OF ONE HSDPA_USERS_ONE_TTI


SCHEDULED HSDPA USER
PER TTI

5000: HSPA in WBTS NUMBER OF TWO HSDPA_USERS_TWO_TTI


SCHEDULED HSDPA USER
PER TTI

5000: HSPA in WBTS NUMBER OF THREE HSDPA_USERS_THREE_TTI


SCHEDULED HSDPA USER
PER TTI

5000: HSPA in WBTS NUMBER OF FOUR HSDPA_USERS_FOUR_TTI


SCHEDULED HSDPA USER
PER TTI

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF TIME UE IN HSFACH SUM_OPER_TIME_HSFACH_R


RX X

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF TIME UE IN HSFACH SUM_OPER_TIME_HSFACH_D


DRX RX

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF ACTIVE DC HSDPA ACTIVE_DC_MIMO_USERS_2


MIMO USERS WITH TWO C_SUM
CARRIERS

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF ACTIVE DC HSDPA ACTIVE_DC_MIMO_USERS_1


MIMO USERS WITH ONE C_SUM
CARRIER

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF CAPABLE DC HSDPA CAPABLE_DC_MIMO_USERS_


MIMO USERS SUM

5000: HSPA in WBTS TTI SCHEDULED DC HSDPA TTI_DCMIMO_HSDPA_USER_


MIMO USER FOR PRIMARY PC_1C_D
CARRIER WITH ONE CARRIER
DUAL STREAM
5000: HSPA in WBTS TTI SCHEDULED DC HSDPA TTI_DCMIMO_HSDPA_USER_
MIMO USER FOR PRIMARY PC_1C_S
CARRIER WITH ONE CARRIER
SINGLE STREAM
5000: HSPA in WBTS TTI SCHEDULED DC HSDPA TTI_DCMIMO_HSDPA_USER_
MIMO USER FOR SECONDARY SC_1C_D
CARRIER WITH ONE CARRIER
DUAL STREAM
5000: HSPA in WBTS TTI SCHEDULED DC HSDPA TTI_DCMIMO_HSDPA_USER_
MIMO USER FOR SECONDARY SC_1C_S
CARRIER WITH ONE CARRIER
SINGLE STREAM
5000: HSPA in WBTS TTI SCHEDULED DC HSDPA TTI_DCMIMO_HSDPA_USER_
MIMO USER WITH BOTH 2C_D_D
CARRIER DUAL STREAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS TTI SCHEDULED DC HSDPA TTI_DCMIMO_HSDPA_USER_


MIMO USER WITH BOTH 2C_D_S
CARRIER DUAL AND SINGLE
STREAM
5000: HSPA in WBTS TTI SCHEDULED DC HSDPA TTI_DCMIMO_HSDPA_USER_
MIMO USER WITH BOTH 2C_S_D
CARRIER SINGLE AND DUAL
STREAM
5000: HSPA in WBTS TTI SCHEDULED DC HSDPA TTI_DCMIMO_HSDPA_USER_
MIMO USER WITH BOTH 2C_S_S
CARRIER SINGLE STREAM

5000: HSPA in WBTS MC HSDPA DATA RECEIVED IN MC_HSDPA_DATA_RECEIVED


MAC-D PDUS

5000: HSPA in WBTS MC HSDPA DATA DISCARDED MC_HSDPA_DATA_DISCARDE


IN MAC-D PDUS D

5000: HSPA in WBTS NUMBER OF USER DATA U_DATA_FRAMES_DL_EFACH


FRAMES PROCESSED DL
EFACH

5000: HSPA in WBTS NUMBER OF CONTROL DATA C_DATA_FRAMES_DL_EFACH


FRAMES PROCESSED DL
EFACH

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF ACTIVE MC HSDPA ACTIVE_MC_HSDPA_USERS_


USERS WITH ONE CARRIER 1C

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF ACTIVE MC HSDPA ACTIVE_MC_HSDPA_USERS_


USERS WITH TWO CARRIERS 2C
5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF ALLOCATED MC ALLOC_MC_HSDPA_USERS_2
HSDPA USERS WITH TWO C
CARRIERS AND DATA IN
BUFFER
5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF ALL ALLOCATED MC ALL_MC_HSDPA_USERS_2C
HSDPA USERS WITH TWO
CARRIERS

5000: HSPA in WBTS DATA VOLUME OF MC HSDPA DATA_VOL_MC_HSDPA_1C


USERS SCHEDULED IN ONE
CARRIER

5000: HSPA in WBTS DATA VOLUME OF MC HSDPA DATA_VOL_MC_HSDPA_2C


USERS SCHEDULED IN TWO
CARRIERS

5000: HSPA in WBTS HS-DSCH CREDIT HS_DSCH_CRDT_RDCT_BUF


REDUCTIONS DUE TO _CPU_LOAD
SHARED MEMORY BUFFER
OVERFLOW OR HSTUP CPU
OVERLOAD
5000: HSPA in WBTS CONFIGURED R99 RACH CONF_R99_RACH_SIGNATUR
SIGNATURES ES

5000: HSPA in WBTS NUMBER OF SUCCESSFULLY SUCC_R99_RACH_PREAMBL


ACKNOWLEDGED R99 RACH E
PREAMBLES

5000: HSPA in WBTS NUMBER OF NEGATIVELY UNSUCC_R99_RACH_PREAM


ACKNOWLEDGED R99 RACH BLE
PREAMBLES

5000: HSPA in WBTS NUMBER OF SUCCESSFULLY SUCC_DECODED_R99_RACH


DECODED R99 RACH
MESSAGES

5000: HSPA in WBTS NUMBER OF UNSUCC_DECODED_R99_RA


UNSUCCESSFULLY DECODED CH
R99 RACH MESSAGES

5000: HSPA in WBTS CONFIGURED HS-RACH CONF_HS_RACH_SIGNATURE


SIGNATURES S

5000: HSPA in WBTS NUMBER OF SUCCESSFULLY SUCC_HS_RACH_PREAMBLE


ACKNOWLEDGED HS-RACH
PREAMBLES
5000: HSPA in WBTS NUMBER OF NEGATIVELY UNSUCC_HS_RACH_PREAMB
ACKNOWLEDGED HS-RACH LE
PREAMBLES

5000: HSPA in WBTS NUMBER OF SUCCESSFULLY SUCC_DECODED_HS_RACH


DECODED HS-RACH
MESSAGES

5000: HSPA in WBTS NUMBER OF UNSUCC_DECODED_HS_RAC


UNSUCCESSFULLY DECODED H
HS-RACH MESSAGES

5000: HSPA in WBTS R99 RACH SIGNATURES R99_RACH_UTIL_CLASS_1


UTILIZATION - CLASS 1

5000: HSPA in WBTS R99 RACH SIGNATURES R99_RACH_UTIL_CLASS_2


UTILIZATION - CLASS 2

5000: HSPA in WBTS R99 RACH SIGNATURES R99_RACH_UTIL_CLASS_3


UTILIZATION - CLASS 3

5000: HSPA in WBTS R99 RACH SIGNATURES R99_RACH_UTIL_CLASS_4


UTILIZATION - CLASS 4

5000: HSPA in WBTS R99 RACH SIGNATURES R99_RACH_UTIL_CLASS_5


UTILIZATION - CLASS 5

5000: HSPA in WBTS R99 RACH SIGNATURES R99_RACH_UTIL_CLASS_6


UTILIZATION - CLASS 6

5000: HSPA in WBTS HS RACH SIGNATURES HS_RACH_UTIL_CLASS_1


UTILIZATION - CLASS 1

5000: HSPA in WBTS HS RACH SIGNATURES HS_RACH_UTIL_CLASS_2


UTILIZATION - CLASS 2

5000: HSPA in WBTS HS RACH SIGNATURES HS_RACH_UTIL_CLASS_3


UTILIZATION - CLASS 3
5000: HSPA in WBTS HS RACH SIGNATURES HS_RACH_UTIL_CLASS_4
UTILIZATION - CLASS 4

5000: HSPA in WBTS HS RACH SIGNATURES HS_RACH_UTIL_CLASS_5


UTILIZATION - CLASS 5

5000: HSPA in WBTS HS RACH SIGNATURES HS_RACH_UTIL_CLASS_6


UTILIZATION - CLASS 6

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA USERS WITH 2MS TTI DENOM_HSUPA_USERS_2MS


DENOMINATOR _TTI

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA USERS WITH 10MS TTI DENOM_HSUPA_USERS_10M


DENOMINATOR S_TTI

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF HSUPA USERS USING SUM_HSUPA_USER_ADV_SC


ADVANCED SCHEDULING FOR HED_TTI
EACH TTI

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSUPA USER USING DENOM_HSUPA_USER_ADV_


ADVANCED SCHEDULING SCHED
DENOMINATOR

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF USERS IN HS CELL SUM_HSFACH_HS_UL_USER


FACH WITH HS UL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAX NUMBER OF USERS IN MAX_HSFACH_HS_UL_USER


HS CELL FACH WITH HS UL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS SUM OF USERS IN HS CELL SUM_HSFACH_USERS


FACH

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAX NUMBER OF USERS IN MAX_HSFACH_USERS


HS CELL FACH

5000: HSPA in WBTS DENOMINATOR FOR HS CELL DENOM_HSFACH_USERS


FACH USERS
5000: HSPA in WBTS MINIMUM HIGH SPEED CELL MIN_HSRACH_LOAD
FACH USERS LOAD

5000: HSPA in WBTS AVERAGE HIGH SPEED CELL AVG_HSRACH_LOAD


FACH USERS LOAD

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAXIMUM HIGH SPEED CELL MAX_HSRACH_LOAD


FACH USERS LOAD

5000: HSPA in WBTS AVERAGE COMMON EDCH AVG_COMMON_EDCH_USG


RESOURCE USAGE

5000: HSPA in WBTS MAXIMUM COMMON EDCH MAX_COMMON_EDCH_USG


RESOURCE USAGE

5000: HSPA in WBTS AVAILABLE COMMON E-DCH AVAIL_COMMON_EDCH


RESOURCES

5000: HSPA in WBTS DENOMINATOR FOR HS CELL DENOM_HSFACH_HS_UL_US


FACH USERS WITH HS UL ERS

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS CCH DATA VOLUME FOR CELL CCH_DATA_CELL_UL
UL

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS CCH DATA VOLUME FOR CELL CCH_DATA_CELL_DL
DL

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS E-DCH DATA VOLUME FOR EDCH_DATA_SCELL_UL


SERVING CELL UL

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS E-DCH DATA VOLUME FOR EDCH_DATA_NSC_S_EDCH_U


NON-SERVING CELL IN L
SERVING E-DCH RLS UL

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS E-DCH DATA VOLUME FOR EDCH_DATA_NSC_NS_EDCH_


NON-SERVING CELL IN NON- UL
SERVING E-DCH RLS UL
5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL ACKNOWLEDGED DATA HS_DATA_ACK_SPI_0
IN MAC-HS PDUS FOR SPI 0

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL ACKNOWLEDGED DATA HS_DATA_ACK_SPI_1


IN MAC-HS PDUS FOR SPI 1

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL ACKNOWLEDGED DATA HS_DATA_ACK_SPI_2


IN MAC-HS PDUS FOR SPI 2

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL ACKNOWLEDGED DATA HS_DATA_ACK_SPI_3


IN MAC-HS PDUS FOR SPI 3

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL ACKNOWLEDGED DATA HS_DATA_ACK_SPI_4


IN MAC-HS PDUS FOR SPI 4

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL ACKNOWLEDGED DATA HS_DATA_ACK_SPI_5


IN MAC-HS PDUS FOR SPI 5

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL ACKNOWLEDGED DATA HS_DATA_ACK_SPI_6


IN MAC-HS PDUS FOR SPI 6

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL ACKNOWLEDGED DATA HS_DATA_ACK_SPI_7


IN MAC-HS PDUS FOR SPI 7

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL ACKNOWLEDGED DATA HS_DATA_ACK_SPI_8


IN MAC-HS PDUS FOR SPI 8

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL ACKNOWLEDGED DATA HS_DATA_ACK_SPI_9


IN MAC-HS PDUS FOR SPI 9

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL ACKNOWLEDGED DATA HS_DATA_ACK_SPI_10


IN MAC-HS PDUS FOR SPI 10

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL ACKNOWLEDGED DATA HS_DATA_ACK_SPI_11


IN MAC-HS PDUS FOR SPI 11
5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL ACKNOWLEDGED DATA HS_DATA_ACK_SPI_12
IN MAC-HS PDUS FOR SPI 12

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL ACKNOWLEDGED DATA HS_DATA_ACK_SPI_13


IN MAC-HS PDUS FOR SPI 13

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL ACKNOWLEDGED DATA HS_DATA_ACK_SPI_14


IN MAC-HS PDUS FOR SPI 14

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL ACKNOWLEDGED DATA HS_DATA_ACK_SPI_15


IN MAC-HS PDUS FOR SPI 15

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS HS_TOTAL_DATA HS_TOTAL_DATA

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL HSUPA DATA FOR SPI 0 HSUPA_DATA_SPI_0

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL HSUPA DATA FOR SPI 1 HSUPA_DATA_SPI_1

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL HSUPA DATA FOR SPI 2 HSUPA_DATA_SPI_2

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL HSUPA DATA FOR SPI 3 HSUPA_DATA_SPI_3

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL HSUPA DATA FOR SPI 4 HSUPA_DATA_SPI_4

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL HSUPA DATA FOR SPI 5 HSUPA_DATA_SPI_5

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL HSUPA DATA FOR SPI 6 HSUPA_DATA_SPI_6
5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL HSUPA DATA FOR SPI 7 HSUPA_DATA_SPI_7

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL HSUPA DATA FOR SPI 8 HSUPA_DATA_SPI_8

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL HSUPA DATA FOR SPI 9 HSUPA_DATA_SPI_9

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL HSUPA DATA FOR SPI HSUPA_DATA_SPI_10
10

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL HSUPA DATA FOR SPI HSUPA_DATA_SPI_11
11

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL HSUPA DATA FOR SPI HSUPA_DATA_SPI_12
12

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL HSUPA DATA FOR SPI HSUPA_DATA_SPI_13
13

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL HSUPA DATA FOR SPI HSUPA_DATA_SPI_14
14

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS TOTAL HSUPA DATA FOR SPI HSUPA_DATA_SPI_15
15

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS UE HSUPA THROUGHPUT UE_HSUPA_TP00


CLASS 00

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS UE HSUPA THROUGHPUT UE_HSUPA_TP01


CLASS 01

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS UE HSUPA THROUGHPUT UE_HSUPA_TP02


CLASS 02
5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS UE HSUPA THROUGHPUT UE_HSUPA_TP03
CLASS 03

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS UE HSUPA THROUGHPUT UE_HSUPA_TP04


CLASS 04

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS UE HSUPA THROUGHPUT UE_HSUPA_TP05


CLASS 05

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS UE HSUPA THROUGHPUT UE_HSUPA_TP06


CLASS 06

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS UE HSUPA THROUGHPUT UE_HSUPA_TP07


CLASS 07

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS UE HSUPA THROUGHPUT UE_HSUPA_TP08


CLASS 08

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS UE HSUPA THROUGHPUT UE_HSUPA_TP09


CLASS 09

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS UE HSUPA THROUGHPUT UE_HSUPA_TP10


CLASS 10

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS UE HSUPA THROUGHPUT UE_HSUPA_TP11


CLASS 11

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS USER DATA VOLUME DL U_DATA_VOL_DL_EFACH


EFACH

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS CONTROL DATA VOLUME DL C_DATA_VOL_DL_EFACH


EFACH

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS USER DATA TRANSMITTED U_DATA_TR_TIME_DL_EFACH


TIME DL EFACH
5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS CONTROL DATA C_DATA_TR_TIME_DL_EFACH
TRANSMITTED TIME DL EFACH

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS USER DATA VOLUME UL U_DATA_VOL_UL_EFACH


EFACH

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS CONTROL DATA VOLUME UL C_DATA_VOL_UL_EFACH


EFACH

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS USER DATA TRANSMITTED U_DATA_TR_TIME_UL_EFACH


TIME UL EFACH

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS CONTROL DATA C_DATA_TR_TIME_UL_EFACH


TRANSMITTED TIME UL EFACH

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ACTIVE HSDPA USERS IN SPI ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI_0


0

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ACTIVE HSDPA USERS IN SPI ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI_1


1

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ACTIVE HSDPA USERS IN SPI ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI_2


2

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ACTIVE HSDPA USERS IN SPI ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI_3


3

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ACTIVE HSDPA USERS IN SPI ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI_4


4

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ACTIVE HSDPA USERS IN SPI ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI_5


5

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ACTIVE HSDPA USERS IN SPI ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI_6


6
5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ACTIVE HSDPA USERS IN SPI ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI_7
7

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ACTIVE HSDPA USERS IN SPI ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI_8


8

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ACTIVE HSDPA USERS IN SPI ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI_9


9

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ACTIVE HSDPA USERS IN SPI ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI_10


10

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ACTIVE HSDPA USERS IN SPI ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI_11


11

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ACTIVE HSDPA USERS IN SPI ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI_12


12

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ACTIVE HSDPA USERS IN SPI ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI_13


13

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ACTIVE HSDPA USERS IN SPI ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI_14


14

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ACTIVE HSDPA USERS IN SPI ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI_15


15

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ALL ACTIVE HSDPA USERS ACTIVE_HSDPA_ALL

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ACTIVE HSDPA SAMPLE_ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI


USERS IN SPI 0 _0

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ACTIVE HSDPA SAMPLE_ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI


USERS IN SPI 1 _1
5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ACTIVE HSDPA SAMPLE_ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI
USERS IN SPI 2 _2

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ACTIVE HSDPA SAMPLE_ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI


USERS IN SPI 3 _3

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ACTIVE HSDPA SAMPLE_ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI


USERS IN SPI 4 _4

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ACTIVE HSDPA SAMPLE_ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI


USERS IN SPI 5 _5

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ACTIVE HSDPA SAMPLE_ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI


USERS IN SPI 6 _6

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ACTIVE HSDPA SAMPLE_ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI


USERS IN SPI 7 _7

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ACTIVE HSDPA SAMPLE_ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI


USERS IN SPI 8 _8

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ACTIVE HSDPA SAMPLE_ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI


USERS IN SPI 9 _9

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ACTIVE HSDPA SAMPLE_ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI


USERS IN SPI 10 _10

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ACTIVE HSDPA SAMPLE_ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI


USERS IN SPI 11 _11

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ACTIVE HSDPA SAMPLE_ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI


USERS IN SPI 12 _12

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ACTIVE HSDPA SAMPLE_ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI


USERS IN SPI 13 _13
5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ACTIVE HSDPA SAMPLE_ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI
USERS IN SPI 14 _14

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ACTIVE HSDPA SAMPLE_ACTIVE_HSDPA_SPI


USERS IN SPI 15 _15

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ALL ACTIVE SAMPLE_ACTIVE_HSDPA_AL


HSDPA USERS L

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ALLOCATED HSDPA USERS IN ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI_0


SPI 0

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ALLOCATED HSDPA USERS IN ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI_1


SPI 1

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ALLOCATED HSDPA USERS IN ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI_2


SPI 2

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ALLOCATED HSDPA USERS IN ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI_3


SPI 3

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ALLOCATED HSDPA USERS IN ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI_4


SPI 4

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ALLOCATED HSDPA USERS IN ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI_5


SPI 5

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ALLOCATED HSDPA USERS IN ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI_6


SPI 6

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ALLOCATED HSDPA USERS IN ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI_7


SPI 7

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ALLOCATED HSDPA USERS IN ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI_8


SPI 8
5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ALLOCATED HSDPA USERS IN ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI_9
SPI 9

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ALLOCATED HSDPA USERS IN ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI_10


SPI 10

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ALLOCATED HSDPA USERS IN ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI_11


SPI 11

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ALLOCATED HSDPA USERS IN ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI_12


SPI 12

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ALLOCATED HSDPA USERS IN ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI_13


SPI 13

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ALLOCATED HSDPA USERS IN ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI_14


SPI 14

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ALLOCATED HSDPA USERS IN ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI_15


SPI 15

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ALL ALLOCATED HSDPA ALLOC_HSDPA_ALL


USERS

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ALLOCATED SAMPLE_ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI


HSDPA USERS IN SPI 0 _0

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ALLOCATED SAMPLE_ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI


HSDPA USERS IN SPI 1 _1

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ALLOCATED SAMPLE_ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI


HSDPA USERS IN SPI 2 _2

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ALLOCATED SAMPLE_ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI


HSDPA USERS IN SPI 3 _3
5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ALLOCATED SAMPLE_ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI
HSDPA USERS IN SPI 4 _4

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ALLOCATED SAMPLE_ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI


HSDPA USERS IN SPI 5 _5

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ALLOCATED SAMPLE_ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI


HSDPA USERS IN SPI 6 _6

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ALLOCATED SAMPLE_ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI


HSDPA USERS IN SPI 7 _7

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ALLOCATED SAMPLE_ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI


HSDPA USERS IN SPI 8 _8

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ALLOCATED SAMPLE_ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI


HSDPA USERS IN SPI 9 _9

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ALLOCATED SAMPLE_ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI


HSDPA USERS IN SPI 10 _10

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ALLOCATED SAMPLE_ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI


HSDPA USERS IN SPI 11 _11

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ALLOCATED SAMPLE_ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI


HSDPA USERS IN SPI 12 _12

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ALLOCATED SAMPLE_ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI


HSDPA USERS IN SPI 13 _13

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ALLOCATED SAMPLE_ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI


HSDPA USERS IN SPI 14 _14

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ALLOCATED SAMPLE_ALLOC_HSDPA_SPI


HSDPA USERS IN SPI 15 _15
5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS SAMPLES FOR ALL SAMPLE_ALLOC_HSDPA_ALL
ALLOCATED HSDPA USERS

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ACKNOWLEDGED MC HSDPA MC_HSDPA_DATA_ACK_PRI


DATA FOR PRIMARY CELL

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ACKNOWLEDGED MC HSDPA MC_HSDPA_DATA_ACK_SEC


DATA FOR SECONDARY CELL

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ORIGINAL MC HSDPA DATA MC_HSDPA_ORIG_DATA_PRI


FOR PRIMARY CELL

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ORIGINAL MC HSDPA DATA MC_HSDPA_ORIG_DATA_SEC


FOR SECONDARY CELL

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS ORIGINAL HSDPA DATA HSDPA_ORIG_DATA

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS USER DATA VOLUME DL U_DATA_VOL_DL_DEF_PRIO_


DEFAULT PRIORITY AAR AAR

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS USER DATA VOLUME DL U_DATA_VOL_DL_INC_PRIO_


INCREASED PRIORITY AAR AAR

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS USER DATA VOLUME DL U_DATA_VOL_DL_DEC_PRIO_


DECREASED PRIORITY AAR AAR

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS USER DATA VOLUME UL U_DATA_VOL_UL_DEF_PRIO_


DEFAULT PRIORITY AAR AAR

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS USER DATA VOLUME UL U_DATA_VOL_UL_INC_PRIO_


INCREASED PRIORITY AAR AAR

5002: Cell Throughput in WBTS USER DATA VOLUME UL U_DATA_VOL_UL_DEC_PRIO_


DECREASED PRIORITY AAR AAR
5003: Frame Protocol in WBTS CCH DATA VOLUME TO IUB- CCH_DATA_TO_IUB_INTERFA
INTERFACE CE

5003: Frame Protocol in WBTS CCH DATA VOLUME FROM CCH_DATA_FROM_IUB


IUB-INTERFACE

5003: Frame Protocol in WBTS DCH DATA VOLUME TO IUB- DCH_DATA_TO_IUB


INTERFACE

5003: Frame Protocol in WBTS DCH DATA VOLUME FROM DCH_DATA_FROM_IUB


IUB-INTERFACE

5003: Frame Protocol in WBTS E-DCH DATA VOLUME TO IUB- EDCH_DATA_TO_IUB


INTERFACE

5003: Frame Protocol in WBTS CCH FP DATA FRAMES CCH_FP_REC_DATA_FRMS


SUCCESSFULLY RECEIVED

5003: Frame Protocol in WBTS CCH FP DATA FRAMES CCH_FP_FRMS_W_CRC_ERR


DISCARDED DUE TO HEADER OR
CRC ERROR

5003: Frame Protocol in WBTS CCH FP DATA FRAMES CCH_FP_FRMS_W_DELAY


DISCARDED DUE TO TOO
HIGH DELAY

5003: Frame Protocol in WBTS CCH FP DATA FRAMES CCH_FP_FRMS_W_OTH_ERR


DISCARDED DUE TO OTHER
REASONS

5003: Frame Protocol in WBTS DCH FP DATA FRAMES DCH_OK_FP_DATA_FRMS


SUCCESSFULLY RECEIVED

5003: Frame Protocol in WBTS DCH FP DATA FRAMES DCH_FP_REC_FRMS_W_CRC


DISCARDED DUE TO HEADER _ERR
CRC ERROR

5003: Frame Protocol in WBTS DCH FP DATA FRAMES DCH_FP_REC_FRMS_W_DEL


DISCARDED DUE TO TOO AY
HIGH DELAY
5003: Frame Protocol in WBTS DCH FP DATA FRAMES DCH_FP_REC_FRMS_W_OTH
DISCARDED DUE TO OTHER _ERR
REASONS

5003: Frame Protocol in WBTS HS-DSCH FP DATA FRAMES HS_DSCH_OK_FP_FRMS


SUCCESSFULLY RECEIVED

5003: Frame Protocol in WBTS HS-DSCH FP DATA FRAMES HS_DSCH_FP_FRMS_W_CRC


DISCARDED DUE TO HEADER
CRC ERROR

5003: Frame Protocol in WBTS HS-DSCH FP DATA FRAMES HS_DSCH_FP_FRMS_W_OTH


DISCARDED DUE TO OTHER _ERR
REASONS

5003: Frame Protocol in WBTS MAC-E PDU LOST MACE_PDU_LOST

5003: Frame Protocol in WBTS HS-DSCH DATA VOLUME HSDSCH_DATA_FROM_IUB


FROM IUB-INTERFACE

5004: Signaling Load in WBTS NUMBER OF REJECTED RL REJECT_RL_SETUPS_CONG


SETUPS DUE TO ESTION
CONGESTION

5004: Signaling Load in WBTS PEAK RL SETUPS PER PEAK_RL_SETUPS_PER_SEC


SECOND OND

5004: Signaling Load in WBTS PEAK RL OPERATIONS PER PEAK_RL_OPER_PER_SECO


SECOND ND

5004: Signaling Load in WBTS AVERAGE RL SETUP AVG_RL_SETUP_QUEUING_TI


MESSAGE QUEUING TIME ME

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_0


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 0

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_1


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 1
5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_2
DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 2

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_3


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 3

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_4


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 4

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_5


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 5

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_6


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 6

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_7


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 7

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_8


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 8

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_9


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 9

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_10


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 10

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_11


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 11

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_12


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 12

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_13


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 13
5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_14
DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 14

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_15


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 15

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_16


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 16

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_17


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 17

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_18


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 18

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_19


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 19

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_20


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 20

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_21


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 21

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_22


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 22

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_23


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 23

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_24


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 24

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_25


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 25
5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_26
DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 26

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_27


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 27

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_28


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 28

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_29


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 29

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_30


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 30

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_31


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 31

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_32


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 32

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_33


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 33

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_34


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 34

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension COMPENSATED CQI CQI_COMPENS_DIST_CL_35


DISTRIBUTION - CLASS 35

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension SUM OF DC HSUPA USERS DC_HSUPA_UE_SUM

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension MAX NUMBER OF DC HSUPA MAX_DC_HSUPA_USERS


USERS
5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension SUM OF ACTIVE DC HSUPA ACTIVE_DCHSUPA_USERS_2
USERS USING 2C C_SUM

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension SUM OF ACTIVE DC HSUPA ACTIVE_DCHSUPA_USERS_1


USERS USING 1C C_SUM

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension PIC INDICATION FOR ACTIVE PIC_ACTIVE


STATE

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension PIC INDICATION FOR PIC_INACTIVE


INACTIVE STATE

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension NUMBER OF SPI PROMOTION N_SPI_PROMO_DL_AAR


DL AAR

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension NUMBER OF SPI DEMOTION N_SPI_DEMOT_DL_AAR


DL AAR

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension NUMBER OF SPI CHANGE TO N_SPI_DEF_DL_AAR


DEFAULT DL AAR

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension NUMBER OF SPI PROMOTION N_SPI_PROMO_UL_AAR


UL AAR

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension NUMBER OF SPI DEMOTION N_SPI_DEMOT_UL_AAR


UL AAR

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension NUMBER OF SPI CHANGE TO N_SPI_DEF_UL_AAR


DEFAULT UL AAR

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension DC HSUPA USERS DENOM_DC_HSUPA_USERS


DENOMINATOR

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension SUM DC-HSUPA MACI PDU SUM_DC_HSUPA_DATA_2C


DATA USING 2 CARRIERS
5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension SUM DC-HSUPA MACI PDU SUM_DC_HSUPA_DATA_PRI_
DATA FOR PRIMARY CARRIER C

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension SUM DC-HSUPA MACI PDU SUM_DC_HSUPA_DATA_SEC_


DATA FOR SECONDARY C
CARRIER

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension SUM OF MACI PDU FOR DC- SUM_PDU_DC_HSUPA_USER
HSUPA USERS USING 2 S_2C
CARRIERS

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension SUM OF MACI PDU FOR DC- SUM_PDU_DC_HSUPA_USER
HSUPA USERS USING S_PRI_C
PRIMARY CARRIER

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension SUM OF MACI PDU FOR DC- SUM_PDU_DC_HSUPA_USER
HSUPA USERS USING S_SEC_C
SECONDARY CARRIER

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension SUM OF IRC PROCESSED SUM_NUM_IRC_PROC_USER


USERS S

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension SUM OF ALL USERS SUM_NUM_ALL_USERS

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension ALL AND IRC USERS ALL_AND_IRC_USERS_DENO


DENOMINATOR M

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension SUM OF R99 USERS SUM_R99_USERS

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension SUM OF ABPC USERS SUM_NUM_ABPC_USERS

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension R99 AND ABPC USERS R99_AND_ABPC_USERS_DEN


DENOMINATOR OM

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension SUM OF UL COMP USERS SUM_USR_IN_COMP


5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension NUMBER OF VRL IN A CELL NBR_VRL_CELL

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension NUMBER OF SUCCESSFUL NBR_SUCC_FORCAST_VRL


VRL FORECAST

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension DENOMINATOR FOR UL COMP DENOM_SUM_USR_IN_COMP

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension AVERAGE NUMBER OF USERS AVG_USR_SCHED_VRL_SIR


SCHEDULED BY VRL SIR

5005: HSPA in WBTS Extension AVERAGE VRL USER AVG_VRL_USER_THRP


THROUGHPUT

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource MAXIMUM NUMBER OF MAX_AVAIL_R99_CE


AVAILABLE R99 CHANNEL
ELEMENTS

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVERAGE NUMBER OF AVG_AVAIL_R99_CE


AVAILABLE R99 CHANNEL
ELEMENTS

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource MINIMUM NUMBER OF MIN_AVAIL_R99_CE


AVAILABLE R99 CHANNEL
ELEMENTS

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource MAXIMUM NUMBER OF USED MAX_USED_R99_CE_DL


R99 CE FOR DL

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVERAGE NUMBER OF USED AVG_USED_R99_CE_DL


R99 CE FOR DL

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource MINIMUM NUMBER OF USED MIN_USED_R99_CE_DL


R99 CE FOR DL

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource MAXIMUM NUMBER OF USED MAX_USED_R99_CE_UL


R99 CE FOR UL
5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVERAGE NUMBER OF USED AVG_USED_R99_CE_UL
R99 CE FOR UL

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource MINIMUM NUMBER OF USED MIN_USED_R99_CE_UL


R99 CE FOR UL

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS R99 CHANNEL ELEMENT BTS_R99_CE_UTIL_UL_CLAS


TOTAL UTILIZATION IN UL - S_1
CLASS 1

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS R99 CHANNEL ELEMENT BTS_R99_CE_UTIL_UL_CLAS


TOTAL UTILIZATION IN UL - S_2
CLASS 2

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS R99 CHANNEL ELEMENT BTS_R99_CE_UTIL_UL_CLAS


TOTAL UTILIZATION IN UL - S_3
CLASS 3

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS R99 CHANNEL ELEMENT BTS_R99_CE_UTIL_UL_CLAS


TOTAL UTILIZATION IN UL - S_4
CLASS 4

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS R99 CHANNEL ELEMENT BTS_R99_CE_UTIL_UL_CLAS


TOTAL UTILIZATION IN UL - S_5
CLASS 5

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS R99 CHANNEL ELEMENT BTS_R99_CE_UTIL_UL_CLAS


TOTAL UTILIZATION IN UL - S_6
CLASS 6

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS R99 CHANNEL ELEMENT BTS_R99_CE_UTIL_DL_CLAS


TOTAL UTILIZATION IN DL - S_1
CLASS 1

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS R99 CHANNEL ELEMENT BTS_R99_CE_UTIL_DL_CLAS


TOTAL UTILIZATION IN DL - S_2
CLASS 2

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS R99 CHANNEL ELEMENT BTS_R99_CE_UTIL_DL_CLAS


TOTAL UTILIZATION IN DL - S_3
CLASS 3

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS R99 CHANNEL ELEMENT BTS_R99_CE_UTIL_DL_CLAS


TOTAL UTILIZATION IN DL - S_4
CLASS 4
5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS R99 CHANNEL ELEMENT BTS_R99_CE_UTIL_DL_CLAS
TOTAL UTILIZATION IN DL - S_5
CLASS 5

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS R99 CHANNEL ELEMENT BTS_R99_CE_UTIL_DL_CLAS


TOTAL UTILIZATION IN DL - S_6
CLASS 6

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS HSPA USER AMOUNT HSPA_USER_UTIL_UL_CLASS


UTILIZATION IN UL - CLASS 1 _1

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS HSPA USER AMOUNT HSPA_USER_UTIL_UL_CLASS


UTILIZATION IN UL - CLASS 2 _2

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS HSPA USER AMOUNT HSPA_USER_UTIL_UL_CLASS


UTILIZATION IN UL - CLASS 3 _3

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS HSPA USER AMOUNT HSPA_USER_UTIL_UL_CLASS


UTILIZATION IN UL - CLASS 4 _4

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS HSPA USER AMOUNT HSPA_USER_UTIL_UL_CLASS


UTILIZATION IN UL - CLASS 5 _5

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS HSPA USER AMOUNT HSPA_USER_UTIL_UL_CLASS


UTILIZATION IN UL - CLASS 6 _6

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS HSPA USER AMOUNT HSPA_USER_UTIL_DL_CLASS


UTILIZATION IN DL - CLASS 1 _1

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS HSPA USER AMOUNT HSPA_USER_UTIL_DL_CLASS


UTILIZATION IN DL - CLASS 2 _2

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS HSPA USER AMOUNT HSPA_USER_UTIL_DL_CLASS


UTILIZATION IN DL - CLASS 3 _3

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS HSPA USER AMOUNT HSPA_USER_UTIL_DL_CLASS


UTILIZATION IN DL - CLASS 4 _4
5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS HSPA USER AMOUNT HSPA_USER_UTIL_DL_CLASS
UTILIZATION IN DL - CLASS 5 _5

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource BTS HSPA USER AMOUNT HSPA_USER_UTIL_DL_CLASS


UTILIZATION IN DL - CLASS 6 _6

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVERAGE NUMBER OF USED LCG_AVG_USED_SU


BASEBAND SUBUNITS IN LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource MAXIMUM NUMBER OF USED LCG_MAX_USED_SU


BASEBAND SUBUNITS IN LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource NUMBER OF AVAILABLE LCG_AVAIL_SU


BASEBAND SUBUNITS IN LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVERAGE NUMBER OF USED LCG_AVG_HSUPA_USED_SU


HSUPA SUBUNITS IN LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource MAXIMUM NUMBER OF USED LCG_MAX_HSUPA_USED_SU


HSUPA SUBUNITS IN LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource NUMBER OF AVAILABLE LCG_AVAIL_HSUPA_SU


HSUPA SUBUNITS IN LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource ALLOCATED HSDPA SUBUNITS LCG_ALLOC_HSDPA_SU


IN LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource NUMBER OF R99 PLUS HSUPA LCG_NUM_R99_HSUPA_OVE


OVERLAPPING SUBUNITS IN RL_SU
LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVERAGE USED R99 FROM LCG_AVG_USED_R99_OVERL


OVERLAPPING SUBUNITS IN _SU
LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVERAGE USED HSUPA FROM LCG_AVG_USED_HSUPA_OV


OVERLAPPING SUBUNITS IN ERL_SU
LCG
5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource LCG HW RESOURCES LCG_HW_RES_UTIL_CLASS_
UTILIZATION - CLASS 1 1

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource LCG HW RESOURCES LCG_HW_RES_UTIL_CLASS_


UTILIZATION - CLASS 2 2

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource LCG HW RESOURCES LCG_HW_RES_UTIL_CLASS_


UTILIZATION - CLASS 3 3

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource LCG HW RESOURCES LCG_HW_RES_UTIL_CLASS_


UTILIZATION - CLASS 4 4

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource LCG HW RESOURCES LCG_HW_RES_UTIL_CLASS_


UTILIZATION - CLASS 5 5

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource LCG HW RESOURCES LCG_HW_RES_UTIL_CLASS_


UTILIZATION - CLASS 6 6

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource MAXIMUM NUMBER OF HSDPA LCG_MAX_HSDPA_USERS


USERS IN LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVERAGE NUMBER OF HSDPA LCG_AVG_HSDPA_USERS


USERS IN LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVAILABLE NUMBER OF LCG_AVAIL_HSDPA_USERS


HSDPA USERS IN LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource MAXIMUM NUMBER OF HSUPA LCG_MAX_HSUPA_USERS


USERS IN LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVERAGE NUMBER OF HSUPA LCG_AVG_HSUPA_USERS


USERS IN LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVAILABLE NUMBER OF LCG_AVAIL_HSUPA_USERS


HSUPA USERS IN LCG
5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource MAXIMUM HSDPA LCG_MAX_HSDPA_THR
THROUGHPUT IN LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVERAGE HSDPA LCG_AVG_HSDPA_THR


THROUGHPUT IN LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVAILABLE HSDPA LCG_AVAIL_HSDPA_THR


THROUGHPUT IN LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource MAXIMUM HSUPA LCG_MAX_HSUPA_THR


THROUGHPUT IN LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVERAGE HSUPA LCG_AVG_HSUPA_THR


THROUGHPUT IN LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVAILABLE HSUPA LCG_AVAIL_HSUPA_THR


THROUGHPUT IN LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource MAXIMUM HSDPA LCG_MAX_HSDPA_PS_UTIL


PROCESSING SETS
UTILIZATION RATIO

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVERAGE HSDPA LCG_AVG_HSDPA_PS_UTIL


PROCESSING SETS
UTILIZATION RATIO

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource MAXIMUM HSUPA LCG_MAX_HSUPA_PS_UTIL


PROCESSING SETS
UTILIZATION RATIO

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVERAGE HSUPA LCG_AVG_HSUPA_PS_UTIL


PROCESSING SETS
UTILIZATION RATIO

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVERAGE NUMBER OF ACTIVE AVG_USR_HSCEL_FACH_HS_


HIGH SPEED CELL_FACH UL
USERS WITH HS RACH

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource MAXIMUM NUMBER OF MAX_USR_HSCEL_FACH_HS_


ACTIVE HIGH SPEED UL
CELL_FACH USERS WITH HS
RACH
5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVERAGE NUMBER OF ACTIVE AVG_USR_HSCEL_FACH
HIGH SPEED CELL_FACH
USERS

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource MAXIMUM NUMBER OF MAX_USR_HSCEL_FACH


ACTIVE HIGH SPEED
CELL_FACH USERS

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVAILABLE NUMBER OF HIGH AVAIL_USR_HSCEL_FACH


SPEED CELL_FACH USERS
WITH HS RACH

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVERAGE HS-RACH LCG_AVG_HSRACH_SU


SUBUNITS RESERVATION IN
LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource MAXIMUM HS-RACH LCG_MAX_HSRACH_SU


SUBUNITS RESERVATION IN
LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource CONFIGURED HS-RACH LCG_CONF_HSRACH_SU


SUBUNITS IN LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource MAXIMUM HS-RACH LCG_MAX_HSRACH_THR


THROUGHPUT IN LCG

5006: WBTS R99 HW Resource AVERAGE HS-RACH LCG_AVG_HSRACH_THR


THROUGHPUT IN LCG

5008: WBTS level monitoring HSDPA MAXIMUM MAC-HS HSDPA_MAX_MACHS_THR


THROUGHPUT

5008: WBTS level monitoring HSDPA AVERAGE MAC-HS HSDPA_AVG_MACHS_THR


THROUGHPUT

5008: WBTS level monitoring HSUPA MAXIMUM MAC-E HSUPA_MAX_MACE_THR


THROUGHPUT

5008: WBTS level monitoring HSUPA AVERAGE MAC-E HSUPA_AVG_MACE_THR


THROUGHPUT
5008: WBTS level monitoring MINIMUM USED CES FOR DL MIN_USED_CE_DL_WBTS

5008: WBTS level monitoring AVERAGE USED CES FOR DL AVG_USED_CE_DL_WBTS

5008: WBTS level monitoring MAXIMUM USED CES FOR DL MAX_USED_CE_DL_WBTS

5008: WBTS level monitoring MINIMUM USED CES FOR UL MIN_USED_CE_UL_WBTS

5008: WBTS level monitoring AVERAGE USED CES FOR UL AVG_USED_CE_UL_WBTS

5008: WBTS level monitoring MAXIMUM USED CES FOR UL MAX_USED_CE_UL_WBTS

5008: WBTS level monitoring MINIMUM USED CE FOR R99 MIN_USED_CE_R99_DL


DL

5008: WBTS level monitoring AVERAGE USED CE FOR R99 AVG_USED_CE_R99_DL


DL

5008: WBTS level monitoring MAXIMUM USED CE FOR R99 MAX_USED_CE_R99_DL


DL

5008: WBTS level monitoring MINIMUM USED CE FOR R99 MIN_USED_CE_R99_UL


UL

5008: WBTS level monitoring AVERAGE USED CE FOR R99 AVG_USED_CE_R99_UL


UL

5008: WBTS level monitoring MAXIMUM USED CE FOR R99 MAX_USED_CE_R99_UL


UL
5008: WBTS level monitoring MINIMUM NUMBER OF HSUPA MIN_BTS_HSUPA_USERS
USERS

5008: WBTS level monitoring AVERAGE NUMBER OF HSUPA AVG_BTS_HSUPA_USERS


USERS

5008: WBTS level monitoring MAXIMUM NUMBER OF HSUPA MAX_BTS_HSUPA_USERS


USERS

5008: WBTS level monitoring MINIMUM NUMBER OF HSDPA MIN_BTS_HSDPA_USERS


USERS

5008: WBTS level monitoring AVERAGE NUMBER OF HSDPA AVG_BTS_HSDPA_USERS


USERS

5008: WBTS level monitoring MAXIMUM NUMBER OF HSDPA MAX_BTS_HSDPA_USERS


USERS

5008: WBTS level monitoring MINIMUM HSDPA MIN_HSDPA_PS_UTIL_RAT


PROCESSING SETS
UTILIZATION RATIO

5008: WBTS level monitoring AVERAGE HSDPA AVG_HSDPA_PS_UTIL_RAT


PROCESSING SETS
UTILIZATION RATIO

5008: WBTS level monitoring MAXIMUM HSDPA MAX_HSDPA_PS_UTIL_RAT


PROCESSING SETS
UTILIZATION RATIO

5008: WBTS level monitoring MINIMUM HSUPA MIN_HSUPA_PS_UTIL_RAT


PROCESSING SETS
UTILIZATION RATIO

5008: WBTS level monitoring AVERAGE HSUPA AVG_HSUPA_PS_UTIL_RAT


PROCESSING SETS
UTILIZATION RATIO

5008: WBTS level monitoring MAXIMUM HSUPA MAX_HSUPA_PS_UTIL_RAT


PROCESSING SETS
UTILIZATION RATIO
5008: WBTS level monitoring LICENSED HARDWARE LIC_HW_CAP_UTIL_RAT
CAPACITY UTILIZATION RATIO

5008: WBTS level monitoring LICENSED HSDPA LIC_HSDPA_THR


THROUGHPUT

5008: WBTS level monitoring LICENSED HSUPA LIC_HSUPA_THR


THROUGHPUT

5008: WBTS level monitoring LICENSED NUMBER OF HSDPA LIC_NUM_HSDPA_USERS


USERS

5008: WBTS level monitoring LICENSED NUMBER OF HSUPA LIC_NUM_HSUPA_USERS


USERS

5008: WBTS level monitoring MINIMUM HSUPA SUBUNITS MIN_HSUPA_SU_USG


USAGE

5008: WBTS level monitoring AVERAGE HSUPA SUBUNITS AVG_HSUPA_SU_USG


USAGE

5008: WBTS level monitoring MAXIMUM HSUPA SUBUNITS MAX_HSUPA_SU_USG


USAGE

5008: WBTS level monitoring MINIMUM NUMBER OF USED MIN_USED_BB_SUBUNITS


BASEBAND SUBUNITS

5008: WBTS level monitoring AVERAGE NUMBER OF USED AVG_USED_BB_SUBUNITS


BASEBAND SUBUNITS

5008: WBTS level monitoring MAXIMUM NUMBER OF USED MAX_USED_BB_SUBUNITS


BASEBAND SUBUNITS

5008: WBTS level monitoring NUMBER OF SUBUNITS IN NUM_BB_SUBUNITS


BASEBAND
5008: WBTS level monitoring CONFIGURED HSDPA USERS CONF_HSDPA_USERS

5008: WBTS level monitoring CONFIGURED HSUPA USERS CONF_HSUPA_USERS

5008: WBTS level monitoring CONFIGURED HSDPA CONF_HSDPA_THR


THROUGHPUT

5008: WBTS level monitoring CONFIGURED HSUPA CONF_HSUPA_THR


THROUGHPUT

5008: WBTS level monitoring USED CCCH PROCESSING USED_CCCH_PS_WBTS


SETS IN WBTS

5008: WBTS level monitoring CONFIGURED CCCH CONFIGURED_CCCH_PS_WB


PROCESSING SETS IN WBTS TS

5008: WBTS level monitoring LICENSED CCCH LICENSED_CCCH_PS_WBTS


PROCESSING SETS IN WBTS

5008: WBTS level monitoring ALLOCATED HSDPA SUBUNITS ALLOC_HSDPA_SU_WBTS

5008: WBTS level monitoring LICENSED R99 CES IN BTS LICENSED_R99CE_WBTS

5008: WBTS level monitoring CONFIGURED PIC SUBUNITS CONF_PIC_SU_WBTS


IN BTS

5008: WBTS level monitoring CONFIGURED HS-FACH CONF_HSFACH_SU_WBTS


SUBUNITS IN BTS

5008: WBTS level monitoring ENERGY CONSUMPTION IN ENERGY_CONSUMPTION_IN_


SYSTEM MODULES SM
5008: WBTS level monitoring ENERGY CONSUMPTION IN ENERGY_CONSUMPTION_IN_
RADIO MODULES RF

5008: WBTS level monitoring ENERGY CONSUMPTION IN ENERGY_CONSUMPTION_IN_


ENTIRE BTS BTS

5008: WBTS level monitoring HS-RACH MAXIMUM MAC-I HSRACH_MAX_MACI_THR


THROUGHPUT IN BTS

5008: WBTS level monitoring HS-RACH AVERAGE MAC-I HSRACH_AVG_MACI_THR


THROUGHPUT IN BTS

5009: Operator specific statistics HSDPA MAC-HS DATA VOLUME HSDPA_MACHS_DATA_OPID


PER OPERATOR

5009: Operator specific statistics HSUPA MAC-E DATA VOLUME HSUPA_MACE_DATA_OPID


PER OPERATOR

5009: Operator specific statistics AVERAGE ALLOCATED HSDPA AVG_ALLOCATED_HSDPA_US


USERS PER OPERATOR R_OPR

5009: Operator specific statistics MAXIMUM ALLOCATED HSDPA MAX_ALLOCATED_HSDPA_US


USERS PER OPERATOR R_OPR

5009: Operator specific statistics AVERAGE ALLOCATED HSDPA AVG_ALLOC_HSDPA_USR_OP


USERS PER OPERATOR R_CA_ACT
WHEN CA ACTIVE

5009: Operator specific statistics MAXIMUM HSDPA USERS PER MAX_ALLOC_HSDPA_USR_O


OPERATOR WHEN CA IS PR_CA_ACT
ACTIVE

5009: Operator specific statistics NUMBER HSDPA TTIS PER NUM_HSDPA_TTIS_OPR_CA_


OPERATOR WHEN CA IS ACT
ACTIVE

5009: Operator specific statistics NUMBER HSDPA TTIS PER NUM_HSDPA_TTIS_OPR_CA


OPERATOR
5010: WBTS Antenna Line AVERAGE VALUE OF VSWR VSWR_AVG

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring MAXIMUM NUMBER OF HSDPA SCHED_MAX_HSDPA_USERS


USERS IN SCHEDULER

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring AVERAGE NUMBER OF HSDPA SCHED_AVG_HSDPA_USERS


USERS IN SCHEDULER

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring AVAILABLE NUMBER OF SCHED_AVAIL_HSDPA_USER


HSDPA USERS IN SCHEDULER S

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring MAXIMUM HSDPA SCHED_MAX_HSDPA_THR


THROUGHPUT IN SCHEDULER

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring AVERAGE HSDPA SCHED_AVG_HSDPA_THR


THROUGHPUT IN SCHEDULER

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring AVAILABLE HSDPA SCHED_AVAIL_HSDPA_THR


THROUGHPUT IN SCHEDULER

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring MAXIMUM NUMBER OF HSUPA SCHED_MAX_HSUPA_USERS


USERS IN SCHEDULER

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring AVERAGE NUMBER OF HSUPA SCHED_AVG_HSUPA_USERS


USERS IN SCHEDULER

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring AVAILABLE NUMBER OF SCHED_AVAIL_HSUPA_USER


HSUPA USERS IN SCHEDULER S

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring MAXIMUM HSUPA SCHED_MAX_HSUPA_THR


THROUGHPUT IN SCHEDULER

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring AVERAGE HSUPA SCHED_AVG_HSUPA_THR


THROUGHPUT IN SCHEDULER
5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring AVAILABLE HSUPA SCHED_AVAIL_HSUPA_THR
THROUGHPUT IN SCHEDULER

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 0 NUM_OF_TTI_0_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 1 NUM_OF_TTI_1_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 2 NUM_OF_TTI_2_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 3 NUM_OF_TTI_3_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 4 NUM_OF_TTI_4_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 5 NUM_OF_TTI_5_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 6 NUM_OF_TTI_6_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 7 NUM_OF_TTI_7_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 8 NUM_OF_TTI_8_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 9 NUM_OF_TTI_9_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 10 NUM_OF_TTI_10_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS
5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 11 NUM_OF_TTI_11_HSDPA_USE
SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 12 NUM_OF_TTI_12_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 13 NUM_OF_TTI_13_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 14 NUM_OF_TTI_14_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 15 NUM_OF_TTI_15_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 16 NUM_OF_TTI_16_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 17 NUM_OF_TTI_17_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 18 NUM_OF_TTI_18_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 19 NUM_OF_TTI_19_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 20 NUM_OF_TTI_20_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 21 NUM_OF_TTI_21_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 22 NUM_OF_TTI_22_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS
5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 23 NUM_OF_TTI_23_HSDPA_USE
SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5011: HSPA Scheduler Monitoring NUMBER OF TTIs WITH 24 NUM_OF_TTI_24_HSDPA_USE


SCHEDULED HSDPA USERS RS

5012: FSM Level Monitoring MAXIMUM USED SUBUNITS FSM_MAX_USED_R99_SU


FOR R99 IN FSM

5012: FSM Level Monitoring MAXIMUM USED SUBUNITS FSM_MAX_USED_HSUPA_SU


FOR HSUPA IN FSM

5012: FSM Level Monitoring NUMBER OF AVAILABLE R99 FSM_AVAIL_R99_SU


SUBUNITS IN FSM

5012: FSM Level Monitoring NUMBER OF AVAILABLE FSM_AVAIL_HSUPA_SU


HSUPA SUBUNITS IN FSM

5012: FSM Level Monitoring CONFIGURED HSDPA FSM_CONF_HSDPA_SU


SUBUNITS IN FSM

5012: FSM Level Monitoring CONFIGURED PIC SUBUNITS FSM_CONF_PIC_SU


IN FSM

5012: FSM Level Monitoring CONFIGURED HS-FACH FSM_CONF_HSFACH_SU


SUBUNITS IN FSM

5012: FSM Level Monitoring NUMBER OF USED CCCH FSM_USED_CCCH_SU


SUBUNITS IN FSM

5012: FSM Level Monitoring AVERAGE NUMBER OF USED FSM_AVG_USED_SU


BASEBAND SUBUNITS IN FSM

5012: FSM Level Monitoring MAXIMUM NUMBER OF USED FSM_MAX_USED_SU


BASEBAND SUBUNITS IN FSM
5012: FSM Level Monitoring NUMBER OF AVAILABLE FSM_AVAIL_SU
SUBUNITS IN FSM

5014: WCDMA SI Monitoring MAXIMUM NUMBER OF HSUPA SI_MAX_BTS_HSUPA_USERS


USERS

5014: WCDMA SI Monitoring MAXIMUM NUMBER OF HSDPA SI_MAX_BTS_HSDPA_USERS


USERS

5014: WCDMA SI Monitoring CONFIGURED NUMBER OF SI_CONF_BTS_HSUPA_USER


HSUPA USERS S

5014: WCDMA SI Monitoring CONFIGURED NUMBER OF SI_CONF_BTS_HSDPA_USER


HSDPA USERS S

5101: FTM PDH Interface Unavailable Seconds UAS_15

5101: FTM PDH Interface Errored Seconds ES_15

5101: FTM PDH Interface Severely errored seconds SES_15

5101: FTM PDH Interface Background Block Errors BBE_15

5102: FTM SDH Interface uasB315 uasB315

5102: FTM SDH Interface esB315 esB315

5102: FTM SDH Interface sesB315 sesB315


5102: FTM SDH Interface bbeB315 bbeB315

5105: FTM ATM Interface totCellsIngress totCellsIngress

5105: FTM ATM Interface totCellsEgress totCellsEgress

5105: FTM ATM Interface Unavailable Seconds on ATM uas


Interface

5105: FTM ATM Interface Discarded Cells due to HEC discHec

5105: FTM ATM Interface discCells discCells

5105: FTM ATM Interface totCbrCellsIngress totCbrCellsIngress

5105: FTM ATM Interface totCbrCellsEgress totCbrCellsEgress

5105: FTM ATM Interface totUbrCellsIngress totUbrCellsIngress

5105: FTM ATM Interface totUbrCellsEgress totUbrCellsEgress

5106: FTM ATM VC Connection totCellsIngressVC totCellsIngressVC

5106: FTM ATM VC Connection totCellsEgressVC totCellsEgressVC


5107: FTM ATM VP Connection totCellsIngressVP totCellsIngressVP

5107: FTM ATM VP Connection totCellsEgressVP totCellsEgressVP

5110: FTM Ethernet link EthIfInOcts_15 EthIfInOcts_15

5110: FTM Ethernet link EthIfOutOcts_15 EthIfOutOcts_15

5110: FTM Ethernet link EthIfInPkt_15 EthIfInPkt_15

5110: FTM Ethernet link EthIfOutPkt_15 EthIfOutPkt_15

5110: FTM Ethernet link EthIfInPktErr_15 EthIfInPktErr_15

5110: FTM Ethernet link EthUnknownPSNHdr_15 EthUnknownPSNHdr_15

5110: FTM Ethernet link EthIfUas_15 EthIfUas_15

5110: FTM Ethernet link EthIfSes_15 EthIfSes_15

5110: FTM Ethernet link EthIfInDiscRateLimiting EthIfInDiscRateLimiting

5110: FTM Ethernet link ethIfInVlanMismatch ethIfInVlanMismatch


5110: FTM Ethernet link ethIfOutDiscShaping_Q5 ethIfOutDiscShaping_Q5

5110: FTM Ethernet link ethIfOutDiscShaping_Q4 ethIfOutDiscShaping_Q4

5110: FTM Ethernet link ethIfOutDiscShaping_Q3 ethIfOutDiscShaping_Q3

5110: FTM Ethernet link ethIfOutDiscShaping_Q2 ethIfOutDiscShaping_Q2

5110: FTM Ethernet link ethIfOutDiscShaping_Q1 ethIfOutDiscShaping_Q1

5110: FTM Ethernet link ethIfOutDiscShaping_Q6 ethIfOutDiscShaping_Q6

5110: FTM Ethernet link EthIfInBlocksDiscRateLimiting EthIfInBlocksDiscRateLimiting

5111: VC Bandwidth Utilization vcOutBwUtiClass1 vcOutBwUtiClass1

5111: VC Bandwidth Utilization vcOutBwUtiClass2 vcOutBwUtiClass2

5111: VC Bandwidth Utilization vcOutBwUtiClass3 vcOutBwUtiClass3

5111: VC Bandwidth Utilization vcOutBwUtiClass4 vcOutBwUtiClass4

5111: VC Bandwidth Utilization vcOutBwUtiClass5 vcOutBwUtiClass5


5111: VC Bandwidth Utilization vcInBwUtiClass1 vcInBwUtiClass1

5111: VC Bandwidth Utilization vcInBwUtiClass2 vcInBwUtiClass2

5111: VC Bandwidth Utilization vcInBwUtiClass3 vcInBwUtiClass3

5111: VC Bandwidth Utilization vcInBwUtiClass4 vcInBwUtiClass4

5111: VC Bandwidth Utilization vcInBwUtiClass5 vcInBwUtiClass5

5111: VC Bandwidth Utilization vcOutBwConfig vcOutBwConfig

5111: VC Bandwidth Utilization vcInBwConfig vcInBwConfig

5111: VC Bandwidth Utilization vcOutPeakThrput vcOutPeakThrput

5111: VC Bandwidth Utilization vcInPeakThrput vcInPeakThrput

5112: VCC Bundle Bandwidth Utilization vcBdlOutBwUtiClass1 vcBdlOutBwUtiClass1

5112: VCC Bundle Bandwidth Utilization vcBdlOutBwUtiClass2 vcBdlOutBwUtiClass2

5112: VCC Bundle Bandwidth Utilization vcBdlOutBwUtiClass3 vcBdlOutBwUtiClass3


5112: VCC Bundle Bandwidth Utilization vcBdlOutBwUtiClass4 vcBdlOutBwUtiClass4

5112: VCC Bundle Bandwidth Utilization vcBdlOutBwUtiClass5 vcBdlOutBwUtiClass5

5112: VCC Bundle Bandwidth Utilization vcBdlInBwUtiClass1 vcBdlInBwUtiClass1

5112: VCC Bundle Bandwidth Utilization vcBdlInBwUtiClass2 vcBdlInBwUtiClass2

5112: VCC Bundle Bandwidth Utilization vcBdlInBwUtiClass3 vcBdlInBwUtiClass3

5112: VCC Bundle Bandwidth Utilization vcBdlInBwUtiClass4 vcBdlInBwUtiClass4

5112: VCC Bundle Bandwidth Utilization vcBdlInBwUtiClass5 vcBdlInBwUtiClass5

5112: VCC Bundle Bandwidth Utilization vcBdlBwConfig vcBdlBwConfig

5112: VCC Bundle Bandwidth Utilization vcBdlOutPeakThrput vcBdlOutPeakThrput

5112: VCC Bundle Bandwidth Utilization vcBdlInPeakThrput vcBdlInPeakThrput

5113: FTM Pseudowire MPLS PwUas_15 PwUas_15

5113: FTM Pseudowire MPLS PwSes_15 PwSes_15


5113: FTM Pseudowire MPLS Pseudowire_packet_loss Pseudowire_packet_loss

5114: FTM PSN tunnel IP PwtUnknownPWHdr_15 PwtUnknownPWHdr_15

5114: FTM PSN tunnel IP PwtPktRecv_15 PwtPktRecv_15

5114: FTM PSN tunnel IP PwtPktTransm_15 PwtPktTransm_15

5114: FTM PSN tunnel IP PwtPktLost_15 PwtPktLost_15

5115: AAL2 Scheduling Performance in Dropped bytes due to AAL2 Drop_byte_AAL2_pri_overf_q_1


BTS priorisation buffer overflow
priority queue 1

5115: AAL2 Scheduling Performance in Dropped bytes due to AAL2 Drop_byte_AAL2_pri_overf_q_2


BTS priorisation buffer overflow
priority queue 2

5115: AAL2 Scheduling Performance in Dropped bytes due to AAL2 Drop_byte_AAL2_pri_overf_q_3


BTS priorisation buffer overflow
priority queue 3

5115: AAL2 Scheduling Performance in Dropped bytes due to AAL2 Drop_byte_AAL2_pri_overf_q_4


BTS priorisation buffer overflow
priority queue 4

5115: AAL2 Scheduling Performance in Average AAL2 buffering delay Avg_AAL2_buff_delay_pri_q_1


BTS priority queue 1

5115: AAL2 Scheduling Performance in Average AAL2 buffering delay Avg_AAL2_buff_delay_pri_q_2


BTS priority queue 2

5115: AAL2 Scheduling Performance in Average AAL2 buffering delay Avg_AAL2_buff_delay_pri_q_3


BTS priority queue 3
5115: AAL2 Scheduling Performance in Average AAL2 buffering delay Avg_AAL2_buff_delay_pri_q_4
BTS priority queue 4

5115: AAL2 Scheduling Performance in Maximum AAL2 buffering delay Max_AAL2_buff_delay_pri_q_1


BTS priority queue 1

5115: AAL2 Scheduling Performance in Maximum AAL2 buffering delay Max_AAL2_buff_delay_pri_q_2


BTS priority queue 2

5115: AAL2 Scheduling Performance in Maximum AAL2 buffering delay Max_AAL2_buff_delay_pri_q_3


BTS priority queue 3

5115: AAL2 Scheduling Performance in Maximum AAL2 buffering delay Max_AAL2_buff_delay_pri_q_4


BTS priority queue 4

5117: FTM IP statistics ifInPackets15 ifInPackets15

5117: FTM IP statistics ifInOctets15 ifInOctets15

5117: FTM IP statistics ifOutPackets15 ifOutPackets15

5117: FTM IP statistics ifOutOctets15 ifOutOctets15

5117: FTM IP statistics ifInErrors15 ifInErrors15

5117: FTM IP statistics cacMaxReservedBitRate cacMaxReservedBitRate

5117: FTM IP statistics cacMinReservedBitRate cacMinReservedBitRate


5117: FTM IP statistics cacAvgReservedBitRate cacAvgReservedBitRate

5117: FTM IP statistics cacMaxCommittedBitRate cacMaxCommittedBitRate

5117: FTM IP statistics ifIpOutDropPackets ifIpOutDropPackets

5117: FTM IP statistics ifIpOutDropOctets ifIpOutDropOctets

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifOctets_EF ifOctets_EF

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifPackets_EF ifPackets_EF

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_EF ifDroppedOctets_EF

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_EF ifDroppedPackets_EF

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifOctets_AF4 ifOctets_AF4

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifPackets_AF4 ifPackets_AF4

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_AF4 ifDroppedOctets_AF4

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_AF4 ifDroppedPackets_AF4


5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifOctets_AF3 ifOctets_AF3

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifPackets_AF3 ifPackets_AF3

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_AF3 ifDroppedOctets_AF3

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_AF3 ifDroppedPackets_AF3

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifOctets_AF2 ifOctets_AF2

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifPackets_AF2 ifPackets_AF2

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_AF2 ifDroppedOctets_AF2

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_AF2 ifDroppedPackets_AF2

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifOctets_AF1 ifOctets_AF1

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifPackets_AF1 ifPackets_AF1

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_AF1 ifDroppedOctets_AF1

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_AF1 ifDroppedPackets_AF1


5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifOctets_BE ifOctets_BE

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifPackets_BE ifPackets_BE

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_BE ifDroppedOctets_BE

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_BE ifDroppedPackets_BE

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_EF ifRxOctets_EF

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_EF ifRxPackets_EF

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_AF4 ifRxOctets_AF4

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_AF4 ifRxPackets_AF4

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_AF3 ifRxOctets_AF3

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_AF3 ifRxPackets_AF3

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_AF2 ifRxOctets_AF2

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_AF2 ifRxPackets_AF2


5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_AF1 ifRxOctets_AF1

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_AF1 ifRxPackets_AF1

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_BE ifRxOctets_BE

5118: FTM PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_BE ifRxPackets_BE

5119: FTM CES over PSN Interface CES_Packets_Tx CES_Packets_Tx

5119: FTM CES over PSN Interface CES_Packets_Rx CES_Packets_Rx

5120: FTM CES over PSN pseudowire CES_LostPackets CES_LostPackets


tunnel

5120: FTM CES over PSN pseudowire CES_EarlyPackets CES_EarlyPackets


tunnel

5120: FTM CES over PSN pseudowire CES_LatePackets CES_LatePackets


tunnel

5121: FTM CES over PSN Pseudowire CES_LostPackets_PW CES_LostPackets_PW

5121: FTM CES over PSN Pseudowire CES_LBit_Packets_PW CES_LBit_Packets_PW

5121: FTM CES over PSN Pseudowire CES_LatePackets_PW CES_LatePackets_PW


5121: FTM CES over PSN Pseudowire CES_EarlyPackets_PW CES_EarlyPackets_PW

5121: FTM CES over PSN Pseudowire CES_MinDelay_PW CES_MinDelay_PW

5121: FTM CES over PSN Pseudowire CES_MaxDelay_PW CES_MaxDelay_PW

5121: FTM CES over PSN Pseudowire CES_Avg_Delay_PW CES_Avg_Delay_PW

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifOctets_EF ifOctets_EF

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifPackets_EF ifPackets_EF

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_EF ifDroppedOctets_EF

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_EF ifDroppedPackets_EF

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifOctets_AF4 ifOctets_AF4

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifPackets_AF4 ifPackets_AF4

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_AF4 ifDroppedOctets_AF4

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_AF4 ifDroppedPackets_AF4


5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifOctets_AF3 ifOctets_AF3

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifPackets_AF3 ifPackets_AF3

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_AF3 ifDroppedOctets_AF3

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_AF3 ifDroppedPackets_AF3

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifPackets_AF2 ifPackets_AF2

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_AF2 ifDroppedOctets_AF2

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_AF2 ifDroppedPackets_AF2

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifOctets_AF1 ifOctets_AF1

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifPackets_AF1 ifPackets_AF1

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_AF1 ifDroppedOctets_AF1

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_AF1 ifDroppedPackets_AF1

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifOctets_BE ifOctets_BE


5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifPackets_BE ifPackets_BE

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_BE ifDroppedOctets_BE

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_BE ifDroppedPackets_BE

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_EF ifRxOctets_EF

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_EF ifRxPackets_EF

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_AF4 ifRxOctets_AF4

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_AF4 ifRxPackets_AF4

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_AF3 ifRxOctets_AF3

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_AF3 ifRxPackets_AF3

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_AF2 ifRxOctets_AF2

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_AF2 ifRxPackets_AF2

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_AF1 ifRxOctets_AF1


5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_AF1 ifRxPackets_AF1

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_BE ifRxOctets_BE

5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_BE ifRxPackets_BE

5124: FTM VLAN IP Statistics ifInPackets ifInPackets

5124: FTM VLAN IP Statistics ifInOctets ifInOctets

5124: FTM VLAN IP Statistics ifOutPackets ifOutPackets

5124: FTM VLAN IP Statistics ifOutOctets ifOutOctets

5124: FTM VLAN IP Statistics ifInErrors ifInErrors

5124: FTM VLAN IP Statistics cacMaxReservedBitRate cacMaxReservedBitRate

5124: FTM VLAN IP Statistics cacMinReservedBitRate cacMinReservedBitRate

5124: FTM VLAN IP Statistics cacAvgReservedBitRate cacAvgReservedBitRate

5124: FTM VLAN IP Statistics cacMaxCommittedBitRate cacMaxCommittedBitRate


5124: FTM VLAN IP Statistics ifIpOutDropPackets ifIpOutDropPackets

5124: FTM VLAN IP Statistics ifIpOutDropOctets ifIpOutDropOctets

5125: FTM VLAN Statistics rxEthernetPackets rxEthernetPackets

5125: FTM VLAN Statistics rxEthernetOctets rxEthernetOctets

5125: FTM VLAN Statistics txEthernetPackets txEthernetPackets

5125: FTM VLAN Statistics txEthernetOctets txEthernetOctets

5126: FTM TWAMP Statistics avgRTT_15Min avgRTT_15Min

5126: FTM TWAMP Statistics maxRTT_15Min maxRTT_15Min

5126: FTM TWAMP Statistics minRTT_15Min minRTT_15Min

5126: FTM TWAMP Statistics txTwampMessages txTwampMessages

5126: FTM TWAMP Statistics lostTwampMessages lostTwampMessages

5127: PPP Multi Link Statistics pppTxOctets pppTxOctets


5127: PPP Multi Link Statistics pppRxOctets pppRxOctets

5127: PPP Multi Link Statistics pppTxPackets pppTxPackets

5127: PPP Multi Link Statistics pppRxPackets pppRxPackets

5127: PPP Multi Link Statistics pppDiscardedPackets pppDiscardedPackets

5128: PPP Single Link Statistics pppTxOctets pppTxOctets

5128: PPP Single Link Statistics pppRxOctets pppRxOctets

5128: PPP Single Link Statistics pppTxPackets pppTxPackets

5128: PPP Single Link Statistics pppRxPackets pppRxPackets

5128: PPP Single Link Statistics pppDiscardedPackets pppDiscardedPackets

5129: FTM L2 Switch Statistics ethIfOutDiscShaping ethIfOutDiscShaping

5130: FTM STP Statistics txRstpBpdus txRstpBpdus

5130: FTM STP Statistics rxRstpBpdus rxRstpBpdus


5130: FTM STP Statistics portStateTransitions portStateTransitions

5131: FTM TOP FreqSync Statistics topFreqSynchSLS topFreqSynchSLS

5131: FTM TOP FreqSync Statistics topMinFreqSynchError topMinFreqSynchError

5131: FTM TOP FreqSync Statistics topAvgsFreqSynchError topAvgsFreqSynchError

5131: FTM TOP FreqSync Statistics topMaxFreqSynchError topMaxFreqSynchError

5131: FTM TOP FreqSync Statistics topRxFreqSyncMsg topRxFreqSyncMsg

5133: FTM IP Filtering ifIpDroppedPacketsRateLimiting ifIpDroppedPacketsRateLimiting

5133: FTM IP Filtering ifIpDroppedPacketsFiltering ifIpDroppedPacketsFiltering

5134: PPP Multi Link IP Statistics ifInPackets15 ifInPackets15

5134: PPP Multi Link IP Statistics ifInOctets15 ifInOctets15

5134: PPP Multi Link IP Statistics ifOutPackets15 ifOutPackets15

5134: PPP Multi Link IP Statistics ifOutOctets15 ifOutOctets15


5134: PPP Multi Link IP Statistics ifInErrors15 ifInErrors15

5134: PPP Multi Link IP Statistics cacMaxReservedBitRate cacMaxReservedBitRate

5134: PPP Multi Link IP Statistics cacMinReservedBitRate cacMinReservedBitRate

5134: PPP Multi Link IP Statistics cacAvgReservedBitRate cacAvgReservedBitRate

5134: PPP Multi Link IP Statistics cacMaxCommittedBitRate cacMaxCommittedBitRate

5134: PPP Multi Link IP Statistics ifIpOutDropPackets ifIpOutDropPackets

5134: PPP Multi Link IP Statistics ifIpOutDropOctets ifIpOutDropOctets

5135: PPP Single Link IP Statistics ifInPackets15 ifInPackets15

5135: PPP Single Link IP Statistics ifInOctets15 ifInOctets15

5135: PPP Single Link IP Statistics ifOutPackets15 ifOutPackets15

5135: PPP Single Link IP Statistics ifOutOctets15 ifOutOctets15

5135: PPP Single Link IP Statistics ifInErrors15 ifInErrors15


5135: PPP Single Link IP Statistics cacMaxReservedBitRate cacMaxReservedBitRate

5135: PPP Single Link IP Statistics cacMinReservedBitRate cacMinReservedBitRate

5135: PPP Single Link IP Statistics cacAvgReservedBitRate cacAvgReservedBitRate

5135: PPP Single Link IP Statistics cacMaxCommittedBitRate cacMaxCommittedBitRate

5135: PPP Single Link IP Statistics ifIpOutDropPackets ifIpOutDropPackets

5135: PPP Single Link IP Statistics ifIpOutDropOctets ifIpOutDropOctets

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifOctets_EF ifOctets_EF

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifPackets_EF ifPackets_EF

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_EF ifDroppedOctets_EF

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_EF ifDroppedPackets_EF

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifOctets_AF4 ifOctets_AF4

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifPackets_AF4 ifPackets_AF4


5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_AF4 ifDroppedOctets_AF4

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_AF4 ifDroppedPackets_AF4

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifOctets_AF3 ifOctets_AF3

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifPackets_AF3 ifPackets_AF3

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_AF3 ifDroppedOctets_AF3

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_AF3 ifDroppedPackets_AF3

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifOctets_AF2 ifOctets_AF2

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifPackets_AF2 ifPackets_AF2

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_AF2 ifDroppedOctets_AF2

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_AF2 ifDroppedPackets_AF2

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifOctets_AF1 ifOctets_AF1

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifPackets_AF1 ifPackets_AF1


5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_AF1 ifDroppedOctets_AF1

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_AF1 ifDroppedPackets_AF1

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifOctets_BE ifOctets_BE

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifPackets_BE ifPackets_BE

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_BE ifDroppedOctets_BE

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_BE ifDroppedPackets_BE

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_EF ifRxOctets_EF

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_EF ifRxPackets_EF

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_AF4 ifRxOctets_AF4

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_AF4 ifRxPackets_AF4

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_AF3 ifRxOctets_AF3

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_AF3 ifRxPackets_AF3


5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_AF2 ifRxOctets_AF2

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_AF2 ifRxPackets_AF2

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_AF1 ifRxOctets_AF1

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_AF1 ifRxPackets_AF1

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_BE ifRxOctets_BE

5136: PPP Multi Link PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_BE ifRxPackets_BE

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifOctets_EF ifOctets_EF

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifPackets_EF ifPackets_EF

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_EF ifDroppedOctets_EF

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_EF ifDroppedPackets_EF

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifOctets_AF4 ifOctets_AF4

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifPackets_AF4 ifPackets_AF4


5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_AF4 ifDroppedOctets_AF4

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_AF4 ifDroppedPackets_AF4

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifOctets_AF3 ifOctets_AF3

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifPackets_AF3 ifPackets_AF3

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_AF3 ifDroppedOctets_AF3

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_AF3 ifDroppedPackets_AF3

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifOctets_AF2 ifOctets_AF2

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifPackets_AF2 ifPackets_AF2

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_AF2 ifDroppedOctets_AF2

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_AF2 ifDroppedPackets_AF2

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifOctets_AF1 ifOctets_AF1

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifPackets_AF1 ifPackets_AF1


5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_AF1 ifDroppedOctets_AF1

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_AF1 ifDroppedPackets_AF1

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifOctets_BE ifOctets_BE

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifPackets_BE ifPackets_BE

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedOctets_BE ifDroppedOctets_BE

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifDroppedPackets_BE ifDroppedPackets_BE

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_EF ifRxOctets_EF

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_EF ifRxPackets_EF

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_AF4 ifRxOctets_AF4

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_AF4 ifRxPackets_AF4

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_AF3 ifRxOctets_AF3

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_AF3 ifRxPackets_AF3


5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_AF2 ifRxOctets_AF2

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_AF2 ifRxPackets_AF2

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_AF1 ifRxOctets_AF1

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_AF1 ifRxPackets_AF1

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifRxOctets_BE ifRxOctets_BE

5137: PPP Single Link PHB Statistics ifRxPackets_BE ifRxPackets_BE

5138: FTM IP Security ipsecSaNotFound ipsecSaNotFound

5138: FTM IP Security receivedPacketMatchDefPol receivedPacketMatchDefPol

5138: FTM IP Security receivedPacketMatchBypassPol receivedPacketMatchBypassPol

5138: FTM IP Security receivedPacketMatchDiscPol receivedPacketMatchDiscPol

5138: FTM IP Security recvUnprotPacketMatchProtPol recvUnprotPacketMatchProtPol

5138: FTM IP Security sentPacketMatchDefPol sentPacketMatchDefPol


5138: FTM IP Security sentPacketBypassPol sentPacketBypassPol

5138: FTM IP Security sentPacketMatchDiscPol sentPacketMatchDiscPol

5138: FTM IP Security failedSAEstablishments failedSAEstablishments

5140: FTM Security Policy Statistics receivedESPpackets receivedESPpackets

5140: FTM Security Policy Statistics antiReplayErrors antiReplayErrors

5140: FTM Security Policy Statistics espCryptographicErrors espCryptographicErrors

5140: FTM Security Policy Statistics trafficSelectorMismatch trafficSelectorMismatch

5140: FTM Security Policy Statistics sentESPPackets sentESPPackets

5141: Soam Frame Loss statistics soamIngressFramesLost soamIngressFramesLost

5141: Soam Frame Loss statistics soamIngressTotalFrames soamIngressTotalFrames

5141: Soam Frame Loss statistics soamNearEndFrameLossRatio soamNearEndFrameLossRatio

5141: Soam Frame Loss statistics soamEgressFramesLost soamEgressFramesLost


5141: Soam Frame Loss statistics soamEgressTotalFrames soamEgressTotalFrames

5141: Soam Frame Loss statistics soamFarEndFrameLossRatio soamFarEndFrameLossRatio

5142: Soam Two Way Delay Statistics soamTwowayAverageDelay soamTwowayAverageDelay

5142: Soam Two Way Delay Statistics soamTwowayMaxDelay soamTwowayMaxDelay

5142: Soam Two Way Delay Statistics soamTwowayMinDelay soamTwowayMinDelay

5143: Soam One Way Delay Variation soamOnewayNearEnDelayVariati soamOnewayNearEnDelayVaria


Statistics on tion

5143: Soam One Way Delay Variation soamOnewayFarEndDelayVariati soamOnewayFarEndDelayVaria


Statistics on tion

5144: FTM Ethernet Interface rxEthernetPackets rxEthernetPackets

5144: FTM Ethernet Interface rxEthernetOctets rxEthernetOctets

5144: FTM Ethernet Interface txEthernetPackets txEthernetPackets

5144: FTM Ethernet Interface txEthernetOctets txEthernetOctets

5144: FTM Ethernet Interface EthIfInUnknownVLAN_15 EthIfInUnknownVLAN_15


5123: FTM VLAN PHB Statistics ifOctets_AF2 ifOctets_AF2

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 0 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_0_1_IN_CELL


CELL 1 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 0 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_0_2_IN_CELL


CELL 2 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 0 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_0_3_IN_CELL


CELL 3 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 1 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_1_0_IN_CELL


CELL 0 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 1 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_1_1_IN_CELL


CELL 1 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 1 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_1_2_IN_CELL


CELL 2 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 2 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_2_0_IN_CELL


CELL 0 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 2 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_2_1_IN_CELL


CELL 1 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 3 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_3_0_IN_CELL


CELL 0 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 0 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_0_4_IN_CELL


CELL 4 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 0 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_0_5_IN_CELL


CELL 5 IN OTHER CELL S
5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 0 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_0_6_IN_CELL
CELL 6 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 1 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_1_3_IN_CELL


CELL 3 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 1 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_1_4_IN_CELL


CELL 4 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 1 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_1_5_IN_CELL


CELL 5 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 1 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_1_6_IN_CELL


CELL 6 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 2 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_2_2_IN_CELL


CELL 2 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 2 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_2_3_IN_CELL


CELL 3 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 2 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_2_4_IN_CELL


CELL 4 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 2 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_2_5_IN_CELL


CELL 5 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 2 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_2_6_IN_CELL


CELL 6 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 3 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_3_1_IN_CELL


CELL 1 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 3 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_3_2_IN_CELL


CELL 2 IN OTHER CELL S
5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 3 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_3_3_IN_CELL
CELL 3 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 3 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_3_4_IN_CELL


CELL 4 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 3 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_3_5_IN_CELL


CELL 5 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 3 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_3_6_IN_CELL


CELL 6 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 0 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_0_7_IN_CELL


CELL 7 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 0 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_0_8_IN_CELL


CELL 8 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 1 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_1_7_IN_CELL


CELL 7 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 1 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_1_8_IN_CELL


CELL 8 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 2 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_2_7_IN_CELL


CELL 7 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 4 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_4_0_IN_CELL


CELL 0 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 4 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_4_1_IN_CELL


CELL 1 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 4 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_4_2_IN_CELL


CELL 2 IN OTHER CELL S
5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 4 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_4_3_IN_CELL
CELL 3 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 4 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_4_4_IN_CELL


CELL 4 IN OTHER CELL S

5000: HSPA in WBTS HSDPA USERS 4 IN TARGET HSDPA_USERS_4_5_IN_CELL


CELL 5 IN OTHER CELL S
Product Description
Type

Flexi Lite The number of MAC-hs PDUs or MAC-ehs PDUs


BTS,FSM- correctly delivered without retransmissions.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of MAC-hs PDUs or MAC-ehs PDUs
BTS,FSM- correctly delivered with 1 retransmission.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of MAC-hs PDUs or MAC-ehs PDUs
BTS,FSM- correctly delivered with 2 retransmissions.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of MAC-hs PDUs or MAC-ehs PDUs
BTS,FSM- correctly delivered with 3 retransmissions.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of MAC-hs PDUs or MAC-ehs PDUs
BTS,FSM- correctly delivered with 4 retransmissions.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of MAC-hs PDUs or MAC-ehs PDUs
BTS,FSM- correctly delivered with more than 4
r2,FSM- retransmissions.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of dropped MAC-d PDUs due to BTS
BTS,FSM- buffer overflow. This counter includes only legacy
r2,FSM- single carrier MAC-d PDUs.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total number of received MAC-d PDUs. This
BTS,FSM- counter includes only legacy single carrier MAC-d
r2,FSM- PDUs.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 0.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 1.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 2.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 3.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 4.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 5.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 6.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 7.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 8.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 9.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 10.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 11.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 12.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 13.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 14.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 15.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 16.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 17.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 18.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 19.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 20.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 21.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 22.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 23.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 24.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 25.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 26.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 27.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 28.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 29.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of reported Channel Quality Indicator
BTS,FSM- (CQI) values 30.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of Channel Quality Indicator (CQI)
BTS,FSM- decoding failures.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of MAC-D PDUs size of 656.
BTS,FSM-
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Average MAC-D PDU buffer delay.
BTS,FSM-
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Minimum MAC-D PDU buffer delay.
BTS,FSM- Note: If delay is less than 10 ms, the counters
r2,FSM- shows 0.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Maximum MAC-D PDU buffer delay.
BTS,FSM-
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of unscheduled TTIs (HSDPA idle
BTS,FSM- time) when there is no data for any
r2,FSM- users in the cell to schedule.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of unscheduled TTIs when there is data
BTS,FSM- in at least one of the user buffers but the user is
r2,FSM- banned from scheduling i.e., the user cannot be
r3,Flexi SBTS scheduled in that TTI due to no valid CQI or
HARQ restrictions etc.
Flexi Lite Number of discarded MAC-hs PDUs due to T1
BTS,FSM- timer.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of discarded MAC-hs PDUs due to
BTS,FSM- maximum number of retransmissions.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of discarded MAC-hs PDUs due to some
BTS,FSM- other reason than T1 timer or maximum number
r2,FSM- of retransmissions.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 1 code by QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 2 code by QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 3 code by QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 4 code by QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 5 code by QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 1 code by 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 2 code by 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 3 code by 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 4 code by 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 5 code by 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 1
BTS,FSM- code by QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 2
BTS,FSM- code by QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 3
BTS,FSM- code by QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 4
BTS,FSM- code by QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 5
BTS,FSM- code by QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 1
BTS,FSM- code by 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 2
BTS,FSM- code by 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 3
BTS,FSM- code by 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 4
BTS,FSM- code by 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 5
BTS,FSM- code by 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The HS-SCCH transmit power measurement.
BTS,FSM- Number of TTIs matching to power limit of class 0
r2,FSM- (lower than 0.1 W).
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The HS-SCCH transmit power measurement.
BTS,FSM- Number of TTIs matching to power limits of class
r2,FSM- 1 (range 0.1 ... <0.2 W).
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The HS-SCCH transmit power measurement.
BTS,FSM- Number of TTIs matching to power limits of class
r2,FSM- 2 (range 0.2 ... <0.4 W).
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The HS-SCCH transmit power measurement.
BTS,FSM- Number of TTIs matching to power limits of class
r2,FSM- 3 (range 0.4 ... <0.8 W).
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The HS-SCCH transmit power measurement.
BTS,FSM- Number of TTIs matching to power limits of class
r2,FSM- 4 (range 0.8 ... <1.6 W).
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The HS-SCCH transmit power measurement.
BTS,FSM- Number of TTIs matching to power limits of class
r2,FSM- 5 (range 1.6 W or more).
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The HS-SCCH transmit power measurement.
BTS,FSM- The sum of Watts in active TTIs.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of user buffers with data in the buffer for
BTS,FSM- each TTI.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 6 codes using QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 7 codes using QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 8 codes using QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 9 codes using QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 10 codes using QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 11 codes using QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 12 codes using QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 13 codes using QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 14 codes using QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 15 codes using QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 6 codes using 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 7 codes using 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 8 codes using 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 9 codes using 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 10 codes using 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 11 codes using 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 12 codes using 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 13 codes using 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 14 codes using 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of original MAC-hs PDU transmissions
BTS,FSM- with 15 codes using 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 6
BTS,FSM- codes using QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 7
BTS,FSM- codes using QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 8
BTS,FSM- codes using QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 9
BTS,FSM- codes using QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 10
BTS,FSM- codes using QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 11
BTS,FSM- codes using QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 12
BTS,FSM- codes using QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 13
BTS,FSM- codes using QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 14
BTS,FSM- codes using QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 15
BTS,FSM- codes using QPSK modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 6
BTS,FSM- codes using 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 7
BTS,FSM- codes using 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 8
BTS,FSM- codes using 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 9
BTS,FSM- codes using 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 10
BTS,FSM- codes using 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 11
BTS,FSM- codes using 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 12
BTS,FSM- codes using 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 13
BTS,FSM- codes using 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 14
BTS,FSM- codes using 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-hs PDUs with 15
BTS,FSM- codes using 16QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Amount of data received from the RNC in MAC-d
BTS,FSM- PDUs. This counter includes only legacy single
r2,FSM- carrier MAC-d PDUs data.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Amount of data in MAC-d PDUs discarded due to
BTS,FSM- flow control buffer overflow. This counter includes
r2,FSM- only legacy single carrier MAC-d PDUs data.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of MAC-e PDUs that are received
BTS,FSM- correctly without retransmissions in E-DCH
r2,FSM- Serving Cell. This counter is also applicable for
r3,Flexi SBTS MAC-i.
Flexi Lite Number of MAC-e PDUs that are received
BTS,FSM- correctly with one retransmission in E-DCH
r2,FSM- Serving Cell.This counter is also applicable for
r3,Flexi SBTS MAC-i.
Flexi Lite Number of MAC-e PDUs that are received
BTS,FSM- correctly with two retransmissions in E-DCH
r2,FSM- Serving Cell.This counter is also applicable for
r3,Flexi SBTS MAC-i.
Flexi Lite Number of MAC-e PDUs that are received
BTS,FSM- correctly with three retransmissions in E-DCH
r2,FSM- Serving Cell.This counter is also applicable for
r3,Flexi SBTS MAC-i.
Flexi Lite Number of MAC-e PDUs that are received
BTS,FSM- correctly with four retransmissions in E-DCH
r2,FSM- Serving Cell.This counter is also applicable for
r3,Flexi SBTS MAC-i.
Flexi Lite Number of MAC-e PDUs that are received
BTS,FSM- correctly with five retransmissions in E-DCH
r2,FSM- Serving Cell.This counter is also applicable for
r3,Flexi SBTS MAC-i.
Flexi Lite Number of MAC-e PDUs that are received
BTS,FSM- correctly with six retransmissions in E-DCH
r2,FSM- Serving Cell.This counter is also applicable for
r3,Flexi SBTS MAC-i.
Flexi Lite Number of MAC-e PDUs that are received
BTS,FSM- correctly with seven retransmissions in E-DCH
r2,FSM- Serving Cell.This counter is also applicable for
r3,Flexi SBTS MAC-i.
Flexi Lite Number of MAC-e PDUs that are received
BTS,FSM- correctly with eight retransmissions in E-DCH
r2,FSM- Serving Cell.This counter is also applicable for
r3,Flexi SBTS MAC-i.
Flexi Lite Number of MAC-e PDUs that are received
BTS,FSM- correctly with nine retransmissions in E-DCH
r2,FSM- Serving Cell.This counter is also applicable for
r3,Flexi SBTS MAC-i.
Flexi Lite Number of MAC-e PDUs that are received
BTS,FSM- correctly with ten retransmissions in E-DCH
r2,FSM- Serving Cell.This counter is also applicable for
r3,Flexi SBTS MAC-i.
Flexi Lite Number of MAC-e PDUs that are received
BTS,FSM- correctly with eleven retransmissions in E-DCH
r2,FSM- Serving Cell.This counter is also applicable for
r3,Flexi SBTS MAC-i.
Flexi Lite Number of MAC-e PDUs that are received
BTS,FSM- correctly with twelve retransmissions in E-DCH
r2,FSM- Serving Cell. This counter is also applicable for
r3,Flexi SBTS MAC-i.
Flexi Lite Number of DTXs (no transmission) detected in E-
BTS,FSM- DCH Serving Cell.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of MAC-e PDUs that are not received
BTS,FSM- correctly despite retransmission in E-DCH
r2,FSM- Serving Cell. This counter is also applicable for
r3,Flexi SBTS MAC-i.
Flexi Lite Number of MAC-e PDUs that are received
BTS,FSM- correctly but the number of retransmissions is
r2,FSM- unknown. This counter is also applicable for
r3,Flexi SBTS MAC-i.
Flexi Lite Number of measurement periods whose average
BTS,FSM- power matches the power limits of class 1 (power
r2,FSM- < 0.1W)
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of measurement periods whose average
BTS,FSM- power matches the power limits of class 2
r2,FSM- (0.1W<= power < 0.2W)
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of measurement periods whose average
BTS,FSM- power matches the power limits of class 3
r2,FSM- (0.2W<= power < 0.4W)
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of measurement periods whose average
BTS,FSM- power matches the power limits of class 4
r2,FSM- (0.4W<= power < 0.8W)
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of measurement periods whose average
BTS,FSM- power matches the power limits of class 5
r2,FSM- (0.8W<= power < 1.6W)
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of measurement periods whose average
BTS,FSM- power matches the power limits of class 6 (power
r2,FSM- >= 1.6W)
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Minimum HSUPA MAC-d throughput [kilobits/s]
BTS,FSM- using the average over the measurement period.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Maximum HSUPA MAC-d throughput [kilobits/s]
BTS,FSM- using the average over the measurement period.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Average HSUPA MAC-d throughput [kilobits/s]
BTS,FSM- using the average over the measurement period
r2,FSM- samples.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Minimum received HSUPA power using the
BTS,FSM- average over the measurement period.
r2,FSM- Note: In case when E-DCH load factor is zero (no
r3,Flexi SBTS users in the cell), then HSUPA Power is set to
minimum (Max=Min=Avg = -112 dbm).
Flexi Lite Maximum received HSUPA power using the
BTS,FSM- average over the measurement period.
r2,FSM- Note: In case when E-DCH load factor is zero (no
r3,Flexi SBTS users in the cell), then HSUPA Power is set to
minimum (Max=Min=Avg = -112 dbm).
Flexi Lite Average received HSUPA power using the
BTS,FSM- average over the measurement period samples.
r2,FSM- Note: In case when E-DCH load factor is zero (no
r3,Flexi SBTS users in the cell), then HSUPA Power is set to
minimum (Max=Min=Avg = -112 dbm).
Flexi Lite Number of 10ms congestion control iterations in
BTS,FSM- which the Iub throughput of connections
r2,FSM- originating from CRNC was controlled by
r3,Flexi SBTS Congestion Control based on trigger "the
measured average delay build-up was over
Flexi Lite Number of 10ms congestion control iterations in
minimum delay threshold but below middle delay
BTS,FSM- which the Iub throughput of connections
threshold". Conservatively, the value contains
r2,FSM- originating from CRNC was controlled by
also the iterations directly following the initial total
r3,Flexi SBTS Congestion Control based on trigger "the
credit reduction until total credits granted to RNC
measured average delay build-up was over
Flexi Lite Number of 10ms
recover and exceedcongestion
the measured controlIubiterations in
throughput
middle delay threshold". Conservatively, the
BTS,FSM- which the Iub
at the time throughput
of previous of connections
congestion detection by
value contains also the iterations directly
r2,FSM- originating
half or untilfrom
a new CRNC was controlled
throughput reductionbyis applied
following the initial total credit reduction until total
r3,Flexi SBTS Congestion
with differentControl
cause.based
All cellsoncontrolled
trigger "frameby same
credits granted to RNC recover and exceed the
losses detected
congestion based
control ondisplay
entity sequence number
identical values
Flexi Lite UE Power Iub
measured Headroom value
throughput at reported
the time by the UE in
of previous
discontinuity
in this counter orbecause
CRC check".the Conservatively,
Iub resource the
shared
BTS,FSM- the serving detection
congestion radio link set is 0.or until a new
by half
value contains control
by congestion also theisiterations
common directly
for them. Note
r2,FSM- throughput reduction is applied with different
following the initial
that only one of thetotal credit reduction until
M5000C176...C178 or total
r3,Flexi SBTS cause. All cells controlled by same congestion
credits
M5000C453grantedmayto increment
RNC recover by 2and exceed the
in 20ms
Flexi Lite control
UE entity
Power display identical
Headroom value values in this
measured
iteration. Iub throughput at reported
the time by the UE in
of previous
BTS,FSM- counter
the because the
serving detection Iub
radio link set resource
is 1.or until shared by
congestion by half a new
r2,FSM- congestion control is common for them. Note that
throughput reduction is applied with different
r3,Flexi SBTS only one of the M5000C176...C178 or
cause. All cells controlled by same congestion
M5000C453 may increment by 2 in 20ms
Flexi Lite control
UE Power entity display identical
Headroom values by
value reported in this
the UE in
iteration.
BTS,FSM- counter because the Iub
the serving radio link set is 2.resource shared by
r2,FSM- congestion control is common for them. Note that
r3,Flexi SBTS only one of the M5000C176...C178 or
M5000C453 may increment by 2 in 20ms
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
iteration.
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 3.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 4.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 5.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 6.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 7.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 8.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 9.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 10.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 11.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 12.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 13.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 14.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 15.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 16.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 17.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 18.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 19.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 20.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 21.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 22.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 23.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 24.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 25.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 26.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 27.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 28.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 29.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 30.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the serving radio link set is 31.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 0.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 1.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 2.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 3.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 4.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 5.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 6.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 7.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 8.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 9.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 10.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 11.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 12.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 13.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 14.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 15.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 16.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 17.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 18.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 19.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 20.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 21.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 22.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 23.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 24.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 25.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 26.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 27.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 28.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 29.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 30.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UE Power Headroom value reported by the UE in
BTS,FSM- the non-serving radio link set is 31.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of non-serving E-RGCH commands sent
BTS,FSM- due to power overload.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Rise Over Thermal in Fractional load:L = 1 -
BTS,FSM- (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The fractional
r2,FSM- load is calculated in the normal scheduling
r3,Flexi SBTS operation matches to limits defined for class 0 (L
= 0).
Flexi Lite Rise Over Thermal in Fractional load:L = 1 -
BTS,FSM- (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The fractional
r2,FSM- load is calculated in the normal scheduling
r3,Flexi SBTS operation matches to limits defined for class 1 (0
< L <= 0.05).
Flexi Lite Rise Over Thermal in Fractional load:L = 1 -
BTS,FSM- (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The fractional
r2,FSM- load is calculated in the normal scheduling
r3,Flexi SBTS operation matches to limits defined for class 2
(0.05 < L <= 0.1).
Flexi Lite Rise Over Thermal in Fractional load:L = 1 -
BTS,FSM- (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The fractional
r2,FSM- load is calculated in the normal scheduling
r3,Flexi SBTS operation matches to limits defined for class 3
(0.1 < L <= 0.15).
Flexi Lite Rise Over Thermal in Fractional load:L = 1 -
BTS,FSM- (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The fractional
r2,FSM- load is calculated in the normal scheduling
r3,Flexi SBTS operation matches to limits defined for class 4
(0.15 < L <= 0.2).
Flexi Lite Rise Over Thermal in Fractional load:L = 1 -
BTS,FSM- (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The fractional
r2,FSM- load is calculated in the normal scheduling
r3,Flexi SBTS operation matches to limits defined for class 5
(0.2 < L <= 0.25).
Flexi Lite Rise Over Thermal in Fractional load:L = 1 -
BTS,FSM- (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The fractional
r2,FSM- load is calculated in the normal scheduling
r3,Flexi SBTS operation matches to limits defined for class 6
(0.25 < L <= 0.3).
Flexi Lite Rise Over Thermal in Fractional load:L = 1 -
BTS,FSM- (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The fractional
r2,FSM- load is calculated in the normal scheduling
r3,Flexi SBTS operation matches to limits defined for class 7
(0.3 < L <= 0.35).
Flexi Lite Rise Over Thermal in Fractional load:L = 1 -
BTS,FSM- (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The fractional
r2,FSM- load is calculated in the normal scheduling
r3,Flexi SBTS operation matches to limits defined for class 8
(0.35 < L <= 0.4).
Flexi Lite Rise Over Thermal in Fractional load:L = 1 -
BTS,FSM- (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The fractional
r2,FSM- load is calculated in the normal scheduling
r3,Flexi SBTS operation matches to limits defined for class 9
(0.4 < L <= 0.45).
Flexi Lite Rise Over Thermal in Fractional load:L = 1 -
BTS,FSM- (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The fractional
r2,FSM- load is calculated in the normal scheduling
r3,Flexi SBTS operation matches to limits defined for class 10
(0.45 < L <= 0.5).
Flexi Lite Rise Over Thermal in Fractional load:L = 1 -
BTS,FSM- (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The fractional
r2,FSM- load is calculated in the normal scheduling
r3,Flexi SBTS operation matches to limits defined for class 11
(0.5 < L <= 0.55).
Flexi Lite Rise Over Thermal in Fractional load:L = 1 -
BTS,FSM- (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The fractional
r2,FSM- load is calculated in the normal scheduling
r3,Flexi SBTS operation matches to limits defined for class 12
(0.55 < L <= 0.6).
Flexi Lite Rise Over Thermal in Fractional load:L = 1 -
BTS,FSM- (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The fractional
r2,FSM- load is calculated in the normal scheduling
r3,Flexi SBTS operation matches to limits defined for class 13
(0.6 < L <= 0.65).
Flexi Lite Rise Over Thermal in Fractional load:L = 1 -
BTS,FSM- (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The fractional
r2,FSM- load is calculated in the normal scheduling
r3,Flexi SBTS operation matches to limits defined for class 14
(0.65 < L <= 0.7).
Flexi Lite Rise Over Thermal in Fractional load:L = 1 -
BTS,FSM- (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The fractional
r2,FSM- load is calculated in the normal scheduling
r3,Flexi SBTS operation matches to limits defined for class 15
(0.7 < L <= 0.75).
Flexi Lite Rise Over Thermal in Fractional load:L = 1 -
BTS,FSM- (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The fractional
r2,FSM- load is calculated in the normal scheduling
r3,Flexi SBTS operation matches to limits defined for class 16
(0.75 < L <= 0.8).
Flexi Lite Rise Over Thermal in Fractional load:L = 1 -
BTS,FSM- (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The fractional
r2,FSM- load is calculated in the normal scheduling
r3,Flexi SBTS operation matches to limits defined for class 17
(0.8 < L <= 0.85).
Flexi Lite Rise Over Thermal in Fractional load:L = 1 -
BTS,FSM- (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The fractional
r2,FSM- load is calculated in the normal scheduling
r3,Flexi SBTS operation matches to limits defined for class 18
(0.85 < L <= 0.9).
Flexi Lite Rise Over Thermal in Fractional load:L = 1 -
BTS,FSM- (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The fractional
r2,FSM- load is calculated in the normal scheduling
r3,Flexi SBTS operation matches to limits defined for class 19
(0.9 < L <= 0.95).
Flexi Lite Rise Over Thermal in Fractional load:L = 1 -
BTS,FSM- (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The fractional
r2,FSM- load is calculated in the normal scheduling
r3,Flexi SBTS operation matches to limits defined for class 20
(0.95 < L <= 1).
Flexi Lite Number of TTIs that the UE has indicated with
BTS,FSM- the Happy Bit in E-DPCCH that it is happy for the
r2,FSM- current allocation.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of TTIs that the UE has indicated with
BTS,FSM- the Happy Bit in E-DPCCH that it is unhappy for
r2,FSM- the current allocation.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of samples in HS-PDSCH within the
BTS,FSM- limits of class 01 (HS-PDSCH trx pwr <= 10 %).
r2,FSM- The sampled HS-DSCH power value is
r3,Flexi SBTS compared to the maximum HW trx power of the
cell.
Flexi Lite Number of samples in HS-PDSCH within the
BTS,FSM- limits of class 02 (10 % < HS-PDSCH trx pwr <=
r2,FSM- 20 %). The sampled HS-DSCH power value is
r3,Flexi SBTS compared to the maximum HW trx power of the
cell.
Flexi Lite Number of samples in HS-PDSCH within the
BTS,FSM- limits of class 03 (20 % < HS-PDSCH trx pwr <=
r2,FSM- 30 %).The sampled HS-DSCH power value is
r3,Flexi SBTS compared to the maximum HW trx power of the
cell.
Flexi Lite Number of samples in HS-PDSCH within the
BTS,FSM- limits of class 04 (30 % < HS-PDSCH trx pwr <=
r2,FSM- 40 %). The sampled HS-DSCH power value is
r3,Flexi SBTS compared to the maximum HW trx power of the
cell.
Flexi Lite Number of samples in HS-PDSCH within the
BTS,FSM- limits of class 05 (40 % < HS-PDSCH trx pwr <=
r2,FSM- 50 %). The sampled HS-DSCH power value is
r3,Flexi SBTS compared to the maximum HW trx power of the
cell.
Flexi Lite Number of samples in HS-PDSCH within the
BTS,FSM- limits of class 06 (50 % < HS-PDSCH trx pwr <=
r2,FSM- 60 %). The sampled HS-DSCH power value is
r3,Flexi SBTS compared to the maximum HW trx power of the
cell.
Flexi Lite Number of samples in HS-PDSCH within the
BTS,FSM- limits of class 07 (60 % < HS-PDSCH trx pwr <=
r2,FSM- 70 %). The sampled HS-DSCH power value is
r3,Flexi SBTS compared to the maximum HW trx power of the
cell.
Flexi Lite Number of samples in HS-PDSCH within the
BTS,FSM- limits of class 08 (70 % < HS-PDSCH trx pwr <=
r2,FSM- 80 %).The sampled HS-DSCH power value is
r3,Flexi SBTS compared to the maximum HW trx power of the
cell.
Flexi Lite Number of samples in HS-PDSCH within the
BTS,FSM- limits of class 09 (80 % < HS-PDSCH trx pwr <=
r2,FSM- 90 %).The sampled HS-DSCH power value is
r3,Flexi SBTS compared to the maximum HW trx power of the
cell.
Flexi Lite Number of samples in HS-PDSCH within the
BTS,FSM- limits of class 10 (90 % < HS-PDSCH trx pwr <=
r2,FSM- 100 %).The sampled HS-DSCH power value is
r3,Flexi SBTS compared to the maximum HW trx power of the
cell.
Flexi Lite Number of dropped 656 bit MAC-d PDUs due to
BTS,FSM- BTS buffer overflow.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of dropped MAC-d PDUs due to
BTS,FSM- maximum number of retransmissions. This
r2,FSM- counter includes PDUs of all sizes.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of dropped 656 bit MAC-d PDUs due to
BTS,FSM- maximum number of retransmissions.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of dropped MAC-d PDUs due to other
BTS,FSM- reason. This counter includes PDUs of all sizes.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of dropped 656 bit MAC-d PDUs due to
BTS,FSM- other reason.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of transmitted MAC-ehs PDUs using
BTS,FSM- 64QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of retransmitted MAC-ehs PDUs using
BTS,FSM- 64QAM modulation.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of sampled values for the number of
BTS,FSM- active CPC users. This counter, divided by the
r2,FSM- denominator M5000C327, provides the average
r3,Flexi SBTS user amount during the measurement interval.
Flexi Lite The highest number of active CPC users in a
BTS,FSM- sampling period.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of sampled values for the number of
BTS,FSM- configured CPC users. This counter, divided by
r2,FSM- the denominator M5000C327, provides the
r3,Flexi SBTS average user amount during the measurement
interval.
Flexi Lite The highest number of CPC configured users in a
BTS,FSM- sampling period.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of received non-DTX DPCCH slots.
BTS,FSM- Indicates the time slots that included DPCCH
r2,FSM- transmission, sum over all serving Ues.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total number of DPCCH slots. Indicates all time
BTS,FSM- slots, includes also DTX slots, sum over all
r2,FSM- serving Ues.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of samples where average transmission
BTS,FSM- power compared to reference power matches the
r2,FSM- power limits of class 1 (0% <= power <20%). The
r3,Flexi SBTS reference power is cell primary CPICH power.
Flexi Lite Number of samples where average transmission
BTS,FSM- power compared to reference power matches the
r2,FSM- power limits of class 2 (20% <= power < 40%).
r3,Flexi SBTS The reference power is cell primary CPICH
power.
Flexi Lite Number of samples where average transmission
BTS,FSM- power compared to reference power matches the
r2,FSM- power limits of class 3 (40% <= power < 60%).
r3,Flexi SBTS The reference power is cell primary CPICH
power.
Flexi Lite Number of samples where average transmission
BTS,FSM- power compared to reference power matches the
r2,FSM- power limits of class 4 (60% <= power < 80%).
r3,Flexi SBTS The reference power is cell primary CPICH
power.
Flexi Lite Number of samples where average transmission
BTS,FSM- power compared to reference power matches the
r2,FSM- power limits of class 5 (80% <= power). The
r3,Flexi SBTS reference power is cell primary CPICH power.
Flexi Lite Average HSUPA DL control channel transmission
BTS,FSM- power during reporting period. Calculated as sum
r2,FSM- of average power of measuring periods divided
r3,Flexi SBTS by the number of measuring periods.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Fractional Load has been in class 0 limits and
r2,FSM- there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The class limit is
Flexi Lite Number of scheduling periods where the
L = 0.
BTS,FSM- Fractional Load has been in class 1 limits and
r2,FSM- there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The class limit is
Flexi Lite Number of scheduling periods where the
0 < L <= 0.05.
BTS,FSM- Fractional Load has been in class 2 limits and
r2,FSM- there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The class limit is
Flexi Lite Number of scheduling periods where the
0.05 < L <= 0.10.
BTS,FSM- Fractional Load has been in class 3 limits and
r2,FSM- there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The class limit is
Flexi Lite Number of scheduling periods where the
0.10 < L <= 0.15.
BTS,FSM- Fractional Load has been in class 4 limits and
r2,FSM- there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The class limit is
Flexi Lite Number of scheduling periods where the
0.15 < L <= 0.20.
BTS,FSM- Fractional Load has been in class 5 limits and
r2,FSM- there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The class limit is
Flexi Lite Number of scheduling periods where the
0.20 < L <= 0.25.
BTS,FSM- Fractional Load has been in class 6 limits and
r2,FSM- there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The class limit is
0.25 < L <= 0.30.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Fractional Load has been in class 7 limits and
r2,FSM- there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The class limit is
Flexi Lite Number of scheduling periods where the
0.30 < L <= 0.35.
BTS,FSM- Fractional Load has been in class 8 limits and
r2,FSM- there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The class limit is
Flexi Lite Number of scheduling periods where the
0.35 < L <= 0.40.
BTS,FSM- Fractional Load has been in class 9 limits and
r2,FSM- there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The class limit is
Flexi Lite Number of scheduling periods where the
0.40 < L <= 0.45.
BTS,FSM- Fractional Load has been in class 10 limits and
r2,FSM- there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The class limit is
Flexi Lite Number of scheduling periods where the
0.45 < L <= 0.50.
BTS,FSM- Fractional Load has been in class 11 limits and
r2,FSM- there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The class limit is
Flexi Lite Number of scheduling periods where the
0.50 < L <= 0.55.
BTS,FSM- Fractional Load has been in class 12 limits and
r2,FSM- there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The class limit is
Flexi Lite Number of scheduling periods where the
0.55 < L <= 0.60.
BTS,FSM- Fractional Load has been in class 13 limits and
r2,FSM- there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The class limit is
Flexi Lite Number of scheduling periods where the
0.60 < L <= 0.65.
BTS,FSM- Fractional Load has been in class 14 limits and
r2,FSM- there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The class limit is
Flexi Lite Number of scheduling periods where the
0.65 < L <= 0.70.
BTS,FSM- Fractional Load has been in class 15 limits and
r2,FSM- there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The class limit is
Flexi Lite Number of scheduling periods where the
0.70 < L <= 0.75.
BTS,FSM- Fractional Load has been in class 16 limits and
r2,FSM- there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The class limit is
Flexi Lite Number of scheduling periods where the
0.75 < L <= 0.80.
BTS,FSM- Fractional Load has been in class 17 limits and
r2,FSM- there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The class limit is
Flexi Lite Number of scheduling periods where the
0.80 < L <= 0.85.
BTS,FSM- Fractional Load has been in class 18 limits and
r2,FSM- there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The class limit is
0.85 < L <= 0.90.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Fractional Load has been in class 19 limits and
r2,FSM- there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The class limit is
Flexi Lite Number of scheduling periods where the
0.90 < L <= 0.95.
BTS,FSM- Fractional Load has been in class 20 limits and
r2,FSM- there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise. The class limit is
Flexi Lite The number of 2 ms TTI MAC-e / MAC-i PDUs
0.95 < L <= 1.00.
BTS,FSM- received by BTS. The calculation is done only for
r2,FSM- the serving cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of 10 ms TTI MAC-e / MAC-i PDUs
BTS,FSM- received by BTS. The calculation is done only for
r2,FSM- the serving cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The total volume of MAC-e / MAC-i data received
BTS,FSM- with 2 ms TTI by BTS. The calculation is done
r2,FSM- only for the serving cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The total volume of MAC-e / MAC-i data received
BTS,FSM- with 10 ms TTI by BTS. The calculation is done
r2,FSM- only for the serving cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of configured HSUPA users with 2 ms
BTS,FSM- TTI. This counter, divided by the denominator
r2,FSM- M5000C477 , provides the average user amount
r3,Flexi SBTS during the measurement interval.
Flexi Lite The sum of configured HSUPA users with 10 ms
BTS,FSM- TTI. This counter, divided by the denominator
r2,FSM- M5000C478, provides the average user amount
r3,Flexi SBTS during the measurement interval.
Flexi Lite This is a general denominator for cell specific
BTS,FSM- user calculations. The counter is needed for the
r2,FSM- user amount average calculation.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite This counter indicates the sum of sampled values
BTS,FSM- for the number of active DC-HSDPA users. Active
r2,FSM- DC-HSDPA users use both carriers for
r3,Flexi SBTS transmission.
Flexi Lite This counter indicates the sum of sampled values
BTS,FSM- for the number of active DC-HSDPA users. Active
r2,FSM- DC-HSDPA users use only one carrier for
r3,Flexi SBTS transmission.
Flexi Lite This counter indicates the sum of sampled values
BTS,FSM- for the number of capable DC-HSDPA users.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of TTIs for scheduled DC-HSDPA users
BTS,FSM- only, from primary carrier when one carrier is
r2,FSM- used.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of TTIs for scheduled DC-HSDPA users
BTS,FSM- only, from secondary carrier when one carrier is
r2,FSM- used.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of TTIs for scheduled DC-HSDPA users
BTS,FSM- only, from primary carrier when two carriers are
r2,FSM- used.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of TTIs for scheduled DC-HSDPA users
BTS,FSM- only, from secondary carrier when two carriers
r2,FSM- are used.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs scheduled for users with
BTS,FSM- single stream MIMO.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs scheduled for users with
BTS,FSM- dual stream MIMO.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of MAC-ehs PDUs original
BTS,FSM- transmitted with MIMO dual stream.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of MAC-ehs PDUs retransmitted
BTS,FSM- with MIMO dual stream.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Distribution of the correlated values of CQI1 and
BTS,FSM- CQI2 of the two MIMO data streams. The sum of
r2,FSM- the two CQI values correlates into class 0.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Distribution of the correlated values of CQI1 and
BTS,FSM- CQI2 of the two MIMO data streams. The sum of
r2,FSM- the two CQI values correlates into class 1.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Distribution of the correlated values of CQI1 and
BTS,FSM- CQI2 of the two MIMO data streams. The sum of
r2,FSM- the two CQI values correlates into class 2.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Distribution of the correlated values of CQI1 and
BTS,FSM- CQI2 of the two MIMO data streams. The sum of
r2,FSM- the two CQI values correlates into class 3.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Distribution of the correlated values of CQI1 and
BTS,FSM- CQI2 of the two MIMO data streams. The sum of
r2,FSM- the two CQI values and their difference correlate
r3,Flexi SBTS into class 4.
Flexi Lite Distribution of the correlated values of CQI1 and
BTS,FSM- CQI2 of the two MIMO data streams. The sum of
r2,FSM- the two CQI values and their difference correlate
r3,Flexi SBTS into class 5.
Flexi Lite Distribution of the correlated values of CQI1 and
BTS,FSM- CQI2 of the two MIMO data streams. The sum of
r2,FSM- the two CQI values and their difference correlate
r3,Flexi SBTS into class 6.
Flexi Lite Distribution of the correlated values of CQI1 and
BTS,FSM- CQI2 of the two MIMO data streams. The sum of
r2,FSM- the two CQI values and their difference correlate
r3,Flexi SBTS into class 7.
Flexi Lite Distribution of the correlated values of CQI1 and
BTS,FSM- CQI2 of the two MIMO data streams. The sum of
r2,FSM- the two CQI values and their difference correlate
r3,Flexi SBTS into class 8.
Flexi Lite Distribution of the correlated values of CQI1 and
BTS,FSM- CQI2 of the two MIMO data streams. The sum of
r2,FSM- the two CQI values and their difference correlate
r3,Flexi SBTS into class 9.
Flexi Lite Distribution of the correlated values of CQI1 and
BTS,FSM- CQI2 of the two MIMO data streams. The sum of
r2,FSM- the two CQI values and their difference correlate
r3,Flexi SBTS into class 10.
Flexi Lite Distribution of the correlated values of CQI1 and
BTS,FSM- CQI2 of the two MIMO data streams. The sum of
r2,FSM- the two CQI values and their difference correlate
r3,Flexi SBTS into class 11.
Flexi Lite Distribution of the correlated values of CQI1 and
BTS,FSM- CQI2 of the two MIMO data streams. The sum of
r2,FSM- the two CQI values and their difference correlate
r3,Flexi SBTS into class 12.
Flexi Lite Distribution of the correlated values of CQI1 and
BTS,FSM- CQI2 of the two MIMO data streams. The sum of
r2,FSM- the two CQI values and their difference correlate
r3,Flexi SBTS into class 13.
Flexi Lite Distribution of the correlated values of CQI1 and
BTS,FSM- CQI2 of the two MIMO data streams. The sum of
r2,FSM- the two CQI values and their difference correlate
r3,Flexi SBTS into class 14.
Flexi Lite Distribution of the correlated values of CQI1 and
BTS,FSM- CQI2 of the two MIMO data streams. The sum of
r2,FSM- the two CQI values correlates into class 15.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Distribution of the correlated values of CQI1 and
BTS,FSM- CQI2 of the two MIMO data streams. The sum of
r2,FSM- the two CQI values correlates into class 16.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Distribution of the correlated values of CQI1 and
BTS,FSM- CQI2 of the two MIMO data streams. The sum of
r2,FSM- the two CQI values correlates into class 17.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Distribution of the correlated values of CQI1 and
BTS,FSM- CQI2 of the two MIMO data streams. The sum of
r2,FSM- the two CQI values correlates into class 18.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of sampled number of users having
BTS,FSM- MIMO dual stream mode active. This counter,
r2,FSM- divided by the denominator M5000C327,
r3,Flexi SBTS provides the average user amount during the
measurement interval.
Flexi Lite The sum of sampled number of active 16QAM UL
BTS,FSM- users (user configured with 16QAM and 16QAM
r2,FSM- is currently in use). Applicable only for a serving
r3,Flexi SBTS cell. This counter, divided by the denominator
M5000C327, provides the average user amount
Flexi Lite The number of correctly received MAC-e / MAC-i
during the measurement interval.
BTS,FSM- PDUs sent by 16QAM modulation in uplink.
r2,FSM- Applicable only for a serving cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of incorrectly received MAC-e /
BTS,FSM- MAC-i PDUs sent by 16QAM modulation in
r2,FSM- uplink. Applicable only for a serving cell.This
r3,Flexi SBTS counter is also applicable for MAC-i.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 0 limits (L = 0).
r3,Flexi SBTS Residual Stream Fractional load is defined as L =
1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 1 limits (0 < L <= 0.05).
r3,Flexi SBTS Residual Stream Fractional load is defined as L =
1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 2 limits (0.05 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.10). Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 3 limits (0.10 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.15). Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 4 limits (0.15 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.20). Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 5 limits (0.20 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.25). Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 6 limits (0.25 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.30). Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 7 limits (0.30 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.35). Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 8 limits (0.35 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.40). Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 9 limits (0.40 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.45). Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 10 limits (0.45 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.50). Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 11 limits (0.50 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.55). Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 12 limits (0.55 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.60). Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 13 limits (0.60 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.65). Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 14 limits (0.65 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.70). Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 15 limits (0.70 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.75). Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 16 limits (0.75 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.80). Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 17 limits (0.80 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.85). Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 18 limits (0.85 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.90). Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 19 limits (0.90 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.95). Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 20 limits (0.95 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 1). Residual Stream Fractional load is defined as
L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- Load (L) has been in class 0 limits (L = 0) and
r3,Flexi SBTS there has been UnHappy UE in the cell. Residual
Stream Fractional load is defined as L = 1 -
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
(Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- Load (L) has been in class 1 limits (0 < L <= 0.05)
r3,Flexi SBTS and there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
Residual Stream Fractional load is defined as L =
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 2 limits (0.05 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.10) and there has been UnHappy UE in the
cell. Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 3 limits (0.10 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.15) and there has been UnHappy UE in the
cell. Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 4 limits (0.15 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.20) and there has been UnHappy UE in the
cell. Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 5 limits (0.20 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.25) and there has been UnHappy UE in the
cell. Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 6 limits (0.25 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.30) and there has been UnHappy UE in the
cell. Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 7 limits (0.30 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.35) and there has been UnHappy UE in the
cell. Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 8 limits (0.35 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.40) and there has been UnHappy UE in the
cell. Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 9 limits (0.40 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.45) and there has been UnHappy UE in the
cell. Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 10 limits (0.45 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.50) and there has been UnHappy UE in the
cell. Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 11 limits (0.50 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.55) and there has been UnHappy UE in the
cell. Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 12 limits (0.55 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.60) and there has been UnHappy UE in the
cell. Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 13 limits (0.60 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.65) and there has been UnHappy UE in the
cell. Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 14 limits (0.65 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.70) and there has been UnHappy UE in the
cell. Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 15 limits (0.70 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.75) and there has been UnHappy UE in the
cell. Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 16 limits (0.75 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.80) and there has been UnHappy UE in the
cell. Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 17 limits (0.80 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.85) and there has been UnHappy UE in the
cell. Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 18 limits (0.85 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.90) and there has been UnHappy UE in the
cell. Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 19 limits (0.90 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 0.95) and there has been UnHappy UE in the
cell. Residual Stream Fractional load is defined
as L = 1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
Flexi Lite The number of scheduling periods where the
BTS,FSM- Rise Over Thermal in Residual Stream Fractional
r2,FSM- load (L) has been in class 20 limits (0.95 < L <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 1) and there has been UnHappy UE in the cell.
Residual Stream Fractional load is defined as L =
Flexi Lite The number of one HSDPA user scheduled per
1 - (Pnoise/Ptotal), Ptotal>=Pnoise.
BTS,FSM- TTI in WCELL.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of two simultaneously scheduled
BTS,FSM- HSDPA users per TTI in WCELL.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of three simultaneously scheduled
BTS,FSM- HSDPA users per TTI in WCELL.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of four simultaneously scheduled
BTS,FSM- HSDPA users per TTI in WCELL.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Duration of UE in HSFACH RX (Reception) state.
BTS,FSM- Granularity of the counter is 10 ms.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Duration of UE in HSFACH DRX (Discontinuous
BTS,FSM- Reception) state.
r2,FSM- Granularity of the counter is 10 ms.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of sampled values for the number of
BTS,FSM- active DC-HSDPA MIMO users. Active DC-
r2,FSM- HSDPA MIMO users use both carriers for
r3,Flexi SBTS transmission. This counter, divided by the
denominator M5000C327, provides the average
Flexi Lite The sum of sampled values for the number of
number of active DC-HSDPA MIMO users with
BTS,FSM- active DC-HSDPA MIMO users. Active DC-
two carriers. When this counter is updated the
r2,FSM- HSDPA MIMO users use only one carrier for
counter M5000C328 is updated as well.
r3,Flexi SBTS transmission. This counter, divided by the
denominator M5000C327, provides the average
Flexi Lite The sum of sampled values for the number of
number of active DC-HSDPA MIMO users with
BTS,FSM- capable DC-HSDPA MIMO users. When this
one carrier. When this counter is updated the
r2,FSM- counter is updated the counter M5000C330 is
counter M5000C329 is updated as well.
r3,Flexi SBTS updated as well.
Flexi Lite Scheduled DC-HSDPA + MIMO users only from
BTS,FSM- primary carrier when one carrier and MIMO Dual
r2,FSM- Stream is used. When this counter is updated the
r3,Flexi SBTS counters M5000C331 and M5000C336 are
updated as well.
Flexi Lite Scheduled DC-HSDPA + MIMO users only from
BTS,FSM- primary carrier when one carrier and MIMO
r2,FSM- Single Stream is used. When this counter is
r3,Flexi SBTS updated the counters M5000C331 and
M5000C335 are updated as well.
Flexi Lite Scheduled DC-HSDPA + MIMO users only from
BTS,FSM- secondary carrier when one carrier and MIMO
r2,FSM- Dual Stream is used. When this counter is
r3,Flexi SBTS updated the counters M5000C332 and
M5000C336 are updated as well.
Flexi Lite Scheduled DC-HSDPA + MIMO users only from
BTS,FSM- secondary carrier when one carrier and MIMO
r2,FSM- Single Stream is used. When this counter is
r3,Flexi SBTS updated the counters M5000C332 and
M5000C335 are updated as well.
Flexi Lite Scheduled DC-HSDPA + MIMO users when both
BTS,FSM- carriers are used and MIMO Dual Stream is used
r2,FSM- in both primary and secondary cells. When this
r3,Flexi SBTS counter is updated the counters M5000C333,
M5000C334 and M5000C336 are updated as
Flexi Lite Scheduled DC-HSDPA + MIMO users when both
well.
BTS,FSM- carriers are used and MIMO Dual Stream and
r2,FSM- Single Stream is used in primary and secondary
r3,Flexi SBTS cell respectively. When this counter is updated
the counters M5000C333,
Flexi Lite Scheduled DC-HSDPA + MIMO users when both
M5000C334,M5000C335 and M5000C336 are
BTS,FSM- carriers are used and MIMO Single Stream and
updated as well.
r2,FSM- Dual Stream is used in primary and secondary
r3,Flexi SBTS cell respectively. When this counter is updated
the counters M5000C333,
Flexi Lite Scheduled DC-HSDPA + MIMO users when both
M5000C334,M5000C335 and M5000C336 are
BTS,FSM- carriers are used and MIMO Single Stream is
updated as well.
r2,FSM- used in both primary and secondary cell. When
r3,Flexi SBTS this counter is updated the counters M5000C333,
M5000C334 and M5000C335 are updated as
Flexi Lite Total amount of received MC HSDPA data in
well.
BTS,FSM- MAC-d PDUs. The combined MC data of primary
r2,FSM- and all secondary cells is updated to the primary
r3,Flexi SBTS cell.
Flexi Lite Total amount of discarded MC HSDPA data in
BTS,FSM- MAC-d PDUs. The combined MC data of primary
r2,FSM- and all secondary cells is updated to the primary
r3,Flexi SBTS cell.
Flexi Lite Number of DL user data frames processed in
BTS,FSM- order to transmit to the UE in Enhanced Cell
r2,FSM- FACH state. Sampling period is 100 ms for this
r3,Flexi SBTS counter.
Flexi Lite Number of DL control data frames processed in
BTS,FSM- order to transmit to the UE in Enhanced Cell
r2,FSM- FACH state. Sampling period is 100 ms for this
r3,Flexi SBTS counter.
Flexi Lite The sum of sampled values for the number of
BTS,FSM- active MC HSDPA users, which use only one
r2,FSM- carrier for transmission.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of sampled values for the number of
BTS,FSM- active MC HSDPA users, which use two carriers
r2,FSM- for transmission.
r3,Flexi SBTS
FSM-r2,FSM- The sum of sampled values for the number of
r3,Flexi SBTS allocated MC HSDPA users having data in buffer,
which are allocated for transmission on two
carriers.
FSM-r2,FSM- The sum of sampled values for the number of all
r3,Flexi SBTS allocated MC HSDPA users, which use two
carriers for transmission.

FSM-r2,FSM- The sum of sampled values for the data volume


r3,Flexi SBTS of active MC HSDPA users scheduled only on
one carrier.

FSM-r2,FSM- The sum of sampled values for the data volume


r3,Flexi SBTS of active MC HSDPA users scheduled on two
carriers.

Flexi Lite The number of 10ms congestion control iterations


BTS,FSM- in which the Iub throughput of connections
r2,FSM- originating from CRNC was controlled by
r3,Flexi SBTS Congestion Control. It is based on the trigger
"Total shared memory buffer occupancy
Flexi Lite Number of signatures configured for R99 RACH.
exceeding maximum allowed value" (FSM
BTS,FSM-
release 2 only) or "overload protection of frame
r2,FSM-
protocol processing CPU" (FSM release 2/3
r3,Flexi SBTS
onwards). The counter counts the number of
Flexi Lite Sum of successfully
iterations, acknowledged
in which the R99reduction
initial total credit RACH
BTS,FSM- preambles
is directly followed. The counter counts the
r2,FSM- number of iterations, in which the initial total
r3,Flexi SBTS credit reduction is directly followed. And counting
Flexi Lite continues until the acknowledged
Sum of negatively total credits granted to RNC
R99 RACH
BTS,FSM- recover
preambles and exceed the measured Iub throughput
r2,FSM- at the time of previous congestion detection by
r3,Flexi SBTS half or until a new throughput reduction is applied
with different cause. Note that only one of the
Flexi Lite Sum of successfully or
M5000C176...C178 decoded
M5000C453 R99 RACH
might
BTS,FSM- messages
increment by 2 in 20ms iteration.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Sum of unsuccessfully decoded R99 RACH
BTS,FSM- messages
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of signatures configured for HS-RACH
BTS,FSM-
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Sum of successfully acknowledged HS-RACH
BTS,FSM- preambles
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Sum of negatively acknowledged HS-RACH
BTS,FSM- preambles
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Sum of successfully decoded Mac-i PDU related
BTS,FSM- to HS-RACH
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Sum of unsuccessfully decoded Mac-i PDU
BTS,FSM- related to HS-RACH
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The counter show how many utilization rate
BTS,FSM- samples have been detected within the 0% class
r2,FSM- for R99 RACH signatures
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The counter show how many utilization rate
BTS,FSM- samples have been detected within the (0<R99
r2,FSM- RACH utilization<=5)% class for R99 RACH
r3,Flexi SBTS signatures
Flexi Lite The counter show how many utilization rate
BTS,FSM- samples have been detected within the (5<R99
r2,FSM- RACH utilization<=10)% class for R99 RACH
r3,Flexi SBTS signatures
Flexi Lite The counter show how many utilization rate
BTS,FSM- samples have been detected within the (10<R99
r2,FSM- RACH utilization<=20)% class for R99 RACH
r3,Flexi SBTS signatures
Flexi Lite The counter show how many utilization rate
BTS,FSM- samples have been detected within the (20<R99
r2,FSM- RACH utilization<=40)% class for R99 RACH
r3,Flexi SBTS signatures
Flexi Lite The counter show how many utilization rate
BTS,FSM- samples have been detected within the (40<R99
r2,FSM- RACH utilization<=100)% class for R99 RACH
r3,Flexi SBTS signatures
Flexi Lite The counter show how many utilization rate
BTS,FSM- samples have been detected within the 0% class
r2,FSM- for HS-RACH signatures.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The counter show how many utilization rate
BTS,FSM- samples have been detected within the (0<HS-
r2,FSM- RACH utilization<=5)% class for HS-RACH
r3,Flexi SBTS signatures
Flexi Lite The counter show how many utilization rate
BTS,FSM- samples have been detected within the (5<HS-
r2,FSM- RACH utilization<=10)% class for HS-RACH
r3,Flexi SBTS signatures
Flexi Lite The counter show how many utilization rate
BTS,FSM- samples have been detected within the (10<HS-
r2,FSM- RACH utilization<=20)% class for HS-RACH
r3,Flexi SBTS signatures
Flexi Lite The counter show how many utilization rate
BTS,FSM- samples have been detected within the (20<HS-
r2,FSM- RACH utilization<=40)% class for HS-RACH
r3,Flexi SBTS signatures
Flexi Lite The counter show how many utilization rate
BTS,FSM- samples have been detected within the (40<HS-
r2,FSM- RACH utilization<=100)% class for HS-RACH
r3,Flexi SBTS signatures
Flexi Lite This counter provides the number of samples
BTS,FSM- taken for counter M5000C324 SUM OF HSUPA
r2,FSM- USERS WITH 2MS TTI, which is needed for the
r3,Flexi SBTS average calculation.
Flexi Lite This counter provides the number of samples
BTS,FSM- taken for counter M5000C325 SUM OF HSUPA
r2,FSM- USERS WITH 10MS TTI, which is needed for the
r3,Flexi SBTS average calculation.
Flexi Lite This counter provides the number of users
BTS,FSM- scheduled using Advanced HSUPA Time Division
r2,FSM- Scheduling for each TTI. The calculation is done
r3,Flexi SBTS only for the serving cell.
Flexi Lite Number of 2ms TTI samples, needed to calculate
BTS,FSM- the average utilization of Advanced HSUPA Time
r2,FSM- Division scheduling along with M5000C479
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of sampled number of users in High
BTS,FSM- Speed Cell FACH state, having allocated HS-
r2,FSM- RACH in uplink and HS-FACH in downlink (Note:
r3,Flexi SBTS This does not capture CCCH transmissions on
HS-RACH).
Flexi Lite The maximum number of users in High Speed
BTS,FSM- Cell FACH state, having allocated HS-RACH in
r2,FSM- uplink and HS-FACH in downlink (Note: This
r3,Flexi SBTS does not capture CCCH transmissions on HS-
RACH).
Flexi Lite The sum of sampled total number of users in
BTS,FSM- High Speed Cell FACH state having allocated
r2,FSM- only DL HS-FACH (Rel7 and Rel8 UEs are
r3,Flexi SBTS counted).
Flexi Lite The maximum of total number of active users in
BTS,FSM- High Speed Cell FACH state having allocated
r2,FSM- only DL HS-FACH (Rel7 and Rel8 UEs are
r3,Flexi SBTS counted).
Flexi Lite Number of samples for average number of
BTS,FSM- allocated users in High Speed Cell FACH state
r2,FSM- having allocated only HS-FACH in downlink.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The minimum E-DCH load, caused by all HS-
BTS,FSM- RACH users with scheduling grant, calculated as
r2,FSM- the minimum out of all E-DCH load samples
r3,Flexi SBTS during the measurement period.
Flexi Lite The average E-DCH load, caused by all HS-
BTS,FSM- RACH users with scheduling grant, sampled and
r2,FSM- summed over the measurement period and
r3,Flexi SBTS divided by number of samples at measurement
period end.
Flexi Lite The maximum E-DCH load, caused by all HS-
BTS,FSM- RACH users with scheduling grant, calculated as
r2,FSM- the maximum out of all E-DCH load samples
r3,Flexi SBTS during the measurement period.
Flexi Lite The average number of common E-DCH
BTS,FSM- resources used by High Speed RACH users,
r2,FSM- calculated as the sum of the used common E-
r3,Flexi SBTS DCH resources during the measurement period
divided by number of samples at measurement
Flexi Lite The maximum number of common E-DCH
period end.
BTS,FSM- resources used by High Speed RACH users,
r2,FSM- calculated as the maximum out of all common E-
r3,Flexi SBTS DCH usage samples during the measurement
period.
Flexi Lite The number of available common E-DCH
BTS,FSM- resources.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of samples for average number of
BTS,FSM- allocated users in High Speed Cell FACH state
r2,FSM- having allocated HS-RACH in uplink and HS-
r3,Flexi SBTS FACH in downlink.
Flexi Lite Amount of data transferred in RACH in the uplink
BTS,FSM- direction during the measurement interval.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Amount of data transferred in PCH and FACH in
BTS,FSM- the downlink direction during the measurement
r2,FSM- interval.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Amount of MAC-e PDU data transferred in the E-
BTS,FSM- DCH serving cell in the uplink direction during the
r2,FSM- measurement interval. The MAC-e header
r3,Flexi SBTS includes to the MAC-e PDU data calculation.
This counter is also used for MAC-i PDU data
Flexi Lite Amount of MAC-e PDU data transferred in the E-
amount calculation.The MAC-i header includes to
BTS,FSM- DCH non-serving cell in the serving radiolink set
the MAC-i PDU data calculation.
r2,FSM- in the uplink direction during the measurement
r3,Flexi SBTS interval. The MAC-e header includes to the MAC-
e PDU data calculation.
Flexi Lite Amount of MAC-e PDU data transferred in the E-
This counter is also used for MAC-i PDU data
BTS,FSM- DCH non-serving cell in the non-serving radiolink
amount calculation.The MAC-i header includes to
r2,FSM- set in the uplink direction during the
the MAC-i PDU data calculation.
r3,Flexi SBTS measurement interval. The MAC-e header
includes to the MAC-e PDU data calculation.
This counter is also used for MAC-i PDU data
amount calculation.The MAC-i header includes to
the MAC-i PDU data calculation.
Flexi Lite Total data amount sent on MAC-hs PDUs
BTS,FSM- positively acknowledged for SPI class 0.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data amount sent on MAC-hs PDUs
BTS,FSM- positively acknowledged for SPI class 1.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data amount sent on MAC-hs PDUs
BTS,FSM- positively acknowledged for SPI class 2.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data amount sent on MAC-hs PDUs
BTS,FSM- positively acknowledged for SPI class 3.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data amount sent on MAC-hs PDUs
BTS,FSM- positively acknowledged for SPI class 4.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data amount sent on MAC-hs PDUs
BTS,FSM- positively acknowledged for SPI class 5.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data amount sent on MAC-hs PDUs
BTS,FSM- positively acknowledged for SPI class 6.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data amount sent on MAC-hs PDUs
BTS,FSM- positively acknowledged for SPI class 7.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data amount sent on MAC-hs PDUs
BTS,FSM- positively acknowledged for SPI class 8.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data amount sent on MAC-hs PDUs
BTS,FSM- positively acknowledged for SPI class 9.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data amount sent on MAC-hs PDUs
BTS,FSM- positively acknowledged for SPI class 10.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data amount sent on MAC-hs PDUs
BTS,FSM- positively acknowledged for SPI class 11.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data amount sent on MAC-hs PDUs
BTS,FSM- positively acknowledged for SPI class 12.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data amount sent on MAC-hs PDUs
BTS,FSM- positively acknowledged for SPI class 13.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data amount sent on MAC-hs PDUs
BTS,FSM- positively acknowledged for SPI class 14.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data amount sent on MAC-hs PDUs
BTS,FSM- positively acknowledged for SPI class 15.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data amount sent on MAC-hs/ehs PDUs
BTS,FSM- including both first transmissions and
r2,FSM- retransmissions.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data volume successfully received in MAC-
BTS,FSM- e / MAC-i PDUs in bytes for SPI class 0.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data volume successfully received in MAC-
BTS,FSM- e / MAC-i PDUs in bytes for SPI class 1.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data volume successfully received in MAC-
BTS,FSM- e / MAC-i PDUs in bytes for SPI class 2.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data volume successfully received in MAC-
BTS,FSM- e / MAC-i PDUs in bytes for SPI class 3.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data volume successfully received in MAC-
BTS,FSM- e / MAC-i PDUs in bytes for SPI class 4.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data volume successfully received in MAC-
BTS,FSM- e / MAC-i PDUs in bytes for SPI class 5.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data volume successfully received in MAC-
BTS,FSM- e / MAC-i PDUs in bytes for SPI class 6.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data volume successfully received in MAC-
BTS,FSM- e / MAC-i PDUs in bytes for SPI class 7.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data volume successfully received in MAC-
BTS,FSM- e / MAC-i PDUs in bytes for SPI class 8.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data volume successfully received in MAC-
BTS,FSM- e / MAC-i PDUs in bytes for SPI class 9.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data volume successfully received in MAC-
BTS,FSM- e / MAC-i PDUs in bytes for SPI class 10.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data volume successfully received in MAC-
BTS,FSM- e / MAC-i PDUs in bytes for SPI class 11.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data volume successfully received in MAC-
BTS,FSM- e / MAC-i PDUs in bytes for SPI class 12.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data volume successfully received in MAC-
BTS,FSM- e / MAC-i PDUs in bytes for SPI class 13
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data volume successfully received in MAC-
BTS,FSM- e / MAC-i PDUs in bytes for SPI class 14
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total data volume successfully received in MAC-
BTS,FSM- e / MAC-i PDUs in bytes for SPI class 15.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The average Layer 1 HSUPA throughput from the
BTS,FSM- time HSUPA transport channel was created
r2,FSM- within the limits of class 0 (TP <= 32 kbps).
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The average Layer 1 HSUPA throughput from the
BTS,FSM- time HSUPA transport channel was created
r2,FSM- within the limits of class 1 (32 kbps < TP <= 64
r3,Flexi SBTS kbps).
Flexi Lite The average Layer 1 HSUPA throughput from the
BTS,FSM- time HSUPA transport channel was created
r2,FSM- within the limits of class 2 (64 kbps < TP <= 128
r3,Flexi SBTS kbps).
Flexi Lite The average Layer 1 HSUPA throughput from the
BTS,FSM- time HSUPA transport channel was created
r2,FSM- within the limits of class 3 (128 kbps < TP <= 256
r3,Flexi SBTS kbps).
Flexi Lite The average Layer 1 HSUPA throughput from the
BTS,FSM- time HSUPA transport channel was created
r2,FSM- within the limits of class 4 (256 kbps < TP <= 384
r3,Flexi SBTS kbps).
Flexi Lite The average Layer 1 HSUPA throughput from the
BTS,FSM- time HSUPA transport channel was created
r2,FSM- within the limits of class 5 (384 kbps < TP <= 512
r3,Flexi SBTS kbps).
Flexi Lite The average Layer 1 HSUPA throughput from the
BTS,FSM- time HSUPA transport channel was created was
r2,FSM- within the limits of class 6 (512 kbps < TP <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 1024 kbps).
Flexi Lite The average Layer 1 HSUPA throughput from the
BTS,FSM- time HSUPA transport channel was created
r2,FSM- within the limits of class 7 (1024 kbps < TP <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 1536 kbps).
Flexi Lite The average Layer 1 HSUPA throughput from the
BTS,FSM- time HSUPA transport channel was created
r2,FSM- within the limits of class 8 (1536 kbps < TP <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 2048 kbps).
Flexi Lite The average Layer 1 HSUPA throughput from the
BTS,FSM- time HSUPA transport channel was created
r2,FSM- within the limits of class 9 (2048 kbps < TP <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 3072 kbps).
Flexi Lite The average Layer 1 HSUPA throughput from the
BTS,FSM- time HSUPA transport channel was created
r2,FSM- within the limits of class 10 (3072 kbps < TP <=
r3,Flexi SBTS 4096 kbps).
Flexi Lite The average Layer 1 HSUPA throughput from the
BTS,FSM- time HSUPA transport channel was created
r2,FSM- within the limits of class 11 (TP > 4096 kbps).
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite DL User Data volume in Enhanced Cell FACH
BTS,FSM- state.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite DL Control Data volume in Enhanced Cell FACH
BTS,FSM- state.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Time need to transmit DL User Data in Enhanced
BTS,FSM- Cell FACH state.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Time need to transmit DL Control Data in
BTS,FSM- Enhanced Cell FACH state.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UL User Data volume in Enhanced Cell FACH
BTS,FSM- state.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite UL Control Data volume in Enhanced Cell FACH
BTS,FSM- state.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Time need to transmit UL User Data in Enhanced
BTS,FSM- Cell FACH state.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Time need to transmit UL Control Data in
BTS,FSM- Enhanced Cell FACH state.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of active HSDPA users in SPI 0 class.
BTS,FSM- The active user means a user who has data in
r2,FSM- the BTS buffer and the data is sent to the user.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of active HSDPA users in SPI 1 class.
BTS,FSM- The active user means a user who has data in
r2,FSM- the BTS buffer and the data is sent to the user.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of active HSDPA users in SPI 2 class.
BTS,FSM- The active user means a user who has data in
r2,FSM- the BTS buffer and the data is sent to the user.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of active HSDPA users in SPI 3 class.
BTS,FSM- The active user means a user who has data in
r2,FSM- the BTS buffer and the data is sent to the user.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of active HSDPA users in SPI 4 class.
BTS,FSM- The active user means a user who has data in
r2,FSM- the BTS buffer and the data is sent to the user.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of active HSDPA users in SPI 5 class.
BTS,FSM- The active user means a user who has data in
r2,FSM- the BTS buffer and the data is sent to the user.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of active HSDPA users in SPI 6 class.
BTS,FSM- The active user means a user who has data in
r2,FSM- the BTS buffer and the data is sent to the user.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of active HSDPA users in SPI 7 class.
BTS,FSM- The active user means a user who has data in
r2,FSM- the BTS buffer and the data is sent to the user.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of active HSDPA users in SPI 8 class.
BTS,FSM- The active user means a user who has data in
r2,FSM- the BTS buffer and the data is sent to the user.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of active HSDPA users in SPI 9 class.
BTS,FSM- The active user means a user who has data in
r2,FSM- the BTS buffer and the data is sent to the user.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of active HSDPA users in SPI 10 class.
BTS,FSM- The active user means a user who has data in
r2,FSM- the BTS buffer and the data is sent to the user.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of active HSDPA users in SPI 11 class.
BTS,FSM- The active user means a user who has data in
r2,FSM- the BTS buffer and the data is sent to the user.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of active HSDPA users in SPI 12 class.
BTS,FSM- The active user means a user who has data in
r2,FSM- the BTS buffer and the data is sent to the user.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of active HSDPA users in SPI 13 class.
BTS,FSM- The active user means a user who has data in
r2,FSM- the BTS buffer and the data is sent to the user.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of active HSDPA users in SPI 14 class.
BTS,FSM- The active user means a user who has data in
r2,FSM- the BTS buffer and the data is sent to the user.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of active HSDPA users in SPI 15 class.
BTS,FSM- The active user means a user who has data in
r2,FSM- the BTS buffer and the data is sent to the user.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of all active HSDPA users. The active
BTS,FSM- user means a user who has data in the BTS
r2,FSM- buffer and the data is sent to the user.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 0.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 1.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 2.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 3.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 4.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 5.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 6.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 7.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 8.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 9.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 10.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 11.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 12.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 13.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 14.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 15.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of all active HSDPA users.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of allocated HSDPA users in SPI 0
BTS,FSM- class. The allocated user is a user receiving or
r2,FSM- waiting for data whether or not it is scheduled for
r3,Flexi SBTS him.
Flexi Lite The sum of allocated HSDPA users in SPI 1
BTS,FSM- class. The allocated user is a user receiving or
r2,FSM- waiting for data whether or not it is scheduled for
r3,Flexi SBTS him
Flexi Lite The sum of allocated HSDPA users in SPI 2
BTS,FSM- class. The allocated user is a user receiving or
r2,FSM- waiting for data whether or not it is scheduled for
r3,Flexi SBTS him
Flexi Lite The sum of allocated HSDPA users in SPI 3
BTS,FSM- class. The allocated user is a user receiving or
r2,FSM- waiting for data whether or not it is scheduled for
r3,Flexi SBTS him
Flexi Lite The sum of allocated HSDPA users in SPI 4
BTS,FSM- class. The allocated user is a user receiving or
r2,FSM- waiting for data whether or not it is scheduled for
r3,Flexi SBTS him
Flexi Lite The sum of allocated HSDPA users in SPI 5
BTS,FSM- class. The allocated user is a user receiving or
r2,FSM- waiting for data whether or not it is scheduled for
r3,Flexi SBTS him
Flexi Lite The sum of allocated HSDPA users in SPI 6
BTS,FSM- class. The allocated user is a user receiving or
r2,FSM- waiting for data whether or not it is scheduled for
r3,Flexi SBTS him.
Flexi Lite The sum of allocated HSDPA users in SPI 7
BTS,FSM- class. The allocated user is a user receiving or
r2,FSM- waiting for data whether or not it is scheduled for
r3,Flexi SBTS him
Flexi Lite The sum of allocated HSDPA users in SPI 8
BTS,FSM- class. The allocated user is a user receiving or
r2,FSM- waiting for data whether or not it is scheduled for
r3,Flexi SBTS him
Flexi Lite The sum of allocated HSDPA users in SPI 9
BTS,FSM- class. The allocated user is a user receiving or
r2,FSM- waiting for data whether or not it is scheduled for
r3,Flexi SBTS him
Flexi Lite The sum of allocated HSDPA users in SPI 10
BTS,FSM- class. The allocated user is a user receiving or
r2,FSM- waiting for data whether or not it is scheduled for
r3,Flexi SBTS him
Flexi Lite The sum of allocated HSDPA users in SPI 11
BTS,FSM- class. The allocated user is a user receiving or
r2,FSM- waiting for data whether or not it is scheduled for
r3,Flexi SBTS him.
Flexi Lite The sum of allocated HSDPA users in SPI 12
BTS,FSM- class. The allocated user is a user receiving or
r2,FSM- waiting for data whether or not it is scheduled for
r3,Flexi SBTS him
Flexi Lite The sum of allocated HSDPA users in SPI 13
BTS,FSM- class. The allocated user is a user receiving or
r2,FSM- waiting for data whether or not it is scheduled for
r3,Flexi SBTS him
Flexi Lite The sum of allocated HSDPA users in SPI 14
BTS,FSM- class. The allocated user is a user receiving or
r2,FSM- waiting for data whether or not it is scheduled for
r3,Flexi SBTS him
Flexi Lite The sum of allocated HSDPA users in SPI 15
BTS,FSM- class. The allocated user is a user receiving or
r2,FSM- waiting for data whether or not it is scheduled for
r3,Flexi SBTS him
Flexi Lite The sum of all allocated HSDPA users. The
BTS,FSM- allocated user is a user receiving or waiting for
r2,FSM- data whether or not it is scheduled for him
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class 0.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class 1.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class 2.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class 3.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class 4.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class 5.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class 6.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class 7.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class 8.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class 9.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class
r2,FSM- 10.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class
r2,FSM- 11.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class
r2,FSM- 12.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class
r2,FSM- 13.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class
r2,FSM- 14.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class
r2,FSM- 15.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring average
BTS,FSM- number of all allocated HSDPA users.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total amount of positively acknowledged MC
BTS,FSM- HSDPA data sent on MAC-ehs PDUs in the
r2,FSM- primary cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total amount of positively acknowledged MC
BTS,FSM- HSDPA data sent on MAC-ehs PDUs in the
r2,FSM- secondary cells.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total amount of MC HSDPA original data (first
BTS,FSM- transmissions) sent on MAC-ehs PDUs in the
r2,FSM- primary cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total amount of MC HSDPA original data (first
BTS,FSM- transmissions) sent on MAC-ehs PDUs in the
r2,FSM- secondary cells.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Total amount of HSDPA original data (first
BTS,FSM- transmissions) sent on MAC-hs/ehs PDUs. This
r2,FSM- counter includes legacy single carrier data and
r3,Flexi SBTS MIMO HSDPA data.
Flexi Lite Amount of data transmitted in the downlink
BTS,FSM- direction with default SPI. Default SPI is the one
r2,FSM- that is received from the RNC in NBAP RL
r3,Flexi SBTS Setup/Reconfiguration message. The counter
considers all cases of single PS NRT MAC-d
Flexi Lite Amount of data transmitted in the downlink
queues per UE and multiple PS NRT MAC-d
BTS,FSM- direction with promoted SPI, that is, any SPI
queues per UE in the cell.
r2,FSM- value that is higher than the default SPI. The
r3,Flexi SBTS counter considers all cases of single PS NRT
MAC-d queues per UE and multiple PS NRT
Flexi Lite Amount of data transmitted in the downlink
MAC-d queues per UE in the cell.
BTS,FSM- direction with demoted SPI, that is, any SPI value
r2,FSM- that is lower than the default SPI. The counter
r3,Flexi SBTS considers all cases of single PS NRT MAC-d
queues per UE and multiple PS NRT MAC-d
Flexi Lite Amount of data transmitted in the uplink direction
queues per UE in the cell.
BTS,FSM- with default SPI. Default SPI is the one that is
r2,FSM- received from RNC in NBAP RL
r3,Flexi SBTS Setup/Reconfiguration message. The counter
considers all cases of single PS NRT MAC-d
Flexi Lite Amount of data transmitted in the uplink direction
queues per UE in the cell and not the cases of
BTS,FSM- with promoted SPI, that is, any SPI value that is
multiple PS NRT MAC-d queues per UE.
r2,FSM- higher than the default SPI. The counter
r3,Flexi SBTS considers all cases of single PS NRT MAC-d
queues per UE in the cell and not the cases of
Flexi Lite Amount of data transmitted in the uplink direction
multiple PS NRT MAC-d queues per UE.
BTS,FSM- with demoted SPI, that is, any SPI value that is
r2,FSM- lower than the default SPI. The counter considers
r3,Flexi SBTS all cases of single PS NRT MAC-d queues per
UE in the cell and not the cases of multiple PS
NRT MAC-d queues per UE.
Flexi Lite Payload data of FP common channels sent to the
BTS,FSM- Iub interface in the Local Cell Group.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Payload data of FP common channels received
BTS,FSM- from the Iub interface to the Local Cell Group.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Payload data of FP dedicated channels sent to
BTS,FSM- the Iub interface in the Local Cell Group.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Payload data of FP dedicated channels received
BTS,FSM- from the Iub interface to the Local Cell Group.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Payload data of FP enhanced dedicated
BTS,FSM- channels sent to the Iub interface in the Local
r2,FSM- Cell Group.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of successfully received FP data frames
BTS,FSM- from common channels.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of received FP data frames with CRC
BTS,FSM- error from common channels.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of received FP data frames with too high
BTS,FSM- delay from common channels.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of received FP data frames with other
BTS,FSM- error reasons from common channels.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of successfully received FP data frames
BTS,FSM- from dedicated channels.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of received FP data frames with CRC
BTS,FSM- error from dedicated channels.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of received FP data frames with too high
BTS,FSM- delay from dedicated channels.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of received FP data frames with other
BTS,FSM- error reasons from dedicated channels.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of successfully received FP data frames
BTS,FSM- from high speed downlink shared channels.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of received FP data frames with CRC
BTS,FSM- error from high speed downlink shared channels.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of received FP data frames with other
BTS,FSM- error reasons from high speed downlink shared
r2,FSM- channels.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of MAC-e PDUs that are received
BTS,FSM- correctly but lost for an unknown reason, such as
r2,FSM- buffer overflow. This counter is also applicable for
r3,Flexi SBTS MAC-i.
Flexi Lite Payload data of FP high-speed downlink shared
BTS,FSM- channels received from the Iub interface to the
r2,FSM- Local Cell Group.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of rejected radio link setup requests
BTS,FSM- because of congestion on MCU (signaling load
r2,FSM- too high)
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Peak radio link setup messages handled per
BTS,FSM- second, where handled means setups that are
r2,FSM- not rejected because of congestion.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Peak radio link operations handled per second,
BTS,FSM- where handled means operations that are not
r2,FSM- rejected because of congestion.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Average radio link setup request message
BTS,FSM- queuing time before taken into handling in ms.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 0.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 1.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 2.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 3.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 4.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 5.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 6.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 7.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 8
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 9.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 10.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 11.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 12.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 13.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 14.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 15.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 16.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 17.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 18.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 19.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 20.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 21.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 22.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 23.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 24.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 25.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 26.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 27.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 28.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 29.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 30.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 31.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 32.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 33.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 34.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of compensated Channel Quality
BTS,FSM- Indicator (CQI) values 35.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of all allocated DC-HSUPA users during
BTS,FSM- the measurement period.
r2,FSM- The combined amount of DC-HSUPA users of the
r3,Flexi SBTS primary + secondary cell is updated to the
primary cell.
Flexi Lite The maximum number of allocated DC-HSUPA
BTS,FSM- users during the measurement period.
r2,FSM- The combined amount of DC users of the primary
r3,Flexi SBTS + secondary cell is updated to the primary cell.
Flexi Lite The number of active DC-HSUPA users, which
BTS,FSM- use both carriers for transmission during the
r2,FSM- measurement period.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of active DC-HSUPA users, which
BTS,FSM- use only one carrier (primary or secondary) for
r2,FSM- transmission during the measurement period.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring relative
BTS,FSM- time of PIC active state.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of samples for monitoring relative
BTS,FSM- time of PIC inactive state.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of SPI promotions in the downlink
BTS,FSM- direction. Any SPI change where new SPI is
r2,FSM- higher than the default SPI received from the
r3,Flexi SBTS RNC in the NBAP RL Setup/Reconfiguration
message is considered as promotion. The
Flexi Lite Number of SPI demotions in the downlink
counter considers all cases of single PS NRT
BTS,FSM- direction. Any SPI change where new SPI is
MAC-d queues per UE and multiple PS NRT
r2,FSM- lower than the default SPI received from the RNC
MAC-d queues per UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS in the NBAP RL Setup/Reconfiguration message
is considered as demotion. The counter
Flexi Lite Number of times the SPI is returned to its default
considers all cases of single PS NRT MAC-d
BTS,FSM- value in the downlink direction. Any SPI change
queues per UE and multiple PS NRT MAC-d
r2,FSM- where new SPI is equal to the default SPI
queues per UE in the cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS received from the RNC in the NBAP RL
Setup/Reconfiguration message is considered by
Flexi Lite Number of SPI promotions in the uplink direction.
this counter. The counter considers all cases of
BTS,FSM- Any SPI change where new SPI is higher than
single PS NRT MAC-d queues per UE and
r2,FSM- the default SPI received from the RNC in the
multiple PS NRT MAC-d queues per UE in the
r3,Flexi SBTS NBAP RL Setup/Reconfiguration message is
cell.
considered as promotion. The counter considers
Flexi Lite Number of SPI demotions in the uplink direction.
all cases of single PS NRT MAC-d queues per
BTS,FSM- Any SPI change where new SPI is lower than the
UE in the cell and not the cases of multiple PS
r2,FSM- default SPI received from the RNC in the NBAP
NRT MAC-d queues per UE.
r3,Flexi SBTS RL Setup/Reconfiguration message is considered
as demotion. The counter considers all cases of
Flexi Lite Number of times the SPI is returned to its default
single PS NRT MAC-d queues per UE in the cell
BTS,FSM- value in the uplink direction. Any SPI change
and not the cases of multiple PS NRT MAC-d
r2,FSM- where new SPI is equal to the default SPI
queues per UE.
r3,Flexi SBTS received from the RNC in the NBAP RL
Setup/Reconfiguration message is considered by
Flexi Lite The number of samples of M5005C36 (SUM OF
this counter. The counter considers all cases of
BTS,FSM- DC HSUPA USERS) needed for monitoring the
single PS NRT MAC-d queues per UE in the cell
r2,FSM- average number of allocated DC-HSUPA users.
and not the cases of multiple PS NRT MAC-d
r3,Flexi SBTS
queues per UE.
Flexi Lite The sum of data volume of active DC-HSUPA
BTS,FSM- user scheduled in two carriers (the primary
r2,FSM- and/or the secondary).
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of data volume of active DC-HSUPA
BTS,FSM- users scheduled in the primary carrier.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of data volume of active DC-HSUPA
BTS,FSM- users scheduled in the secondary carrier.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of 2 ms TTI MAC-i PDUs (received
BTS,FSM- by BTS) sent by DC-HSUPA users on the primary
r2,FSM- and/or the secondary carrier.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of 2 ms TTI MAC-i PDUs (received
BTS,FSM- by BTS) sent by DC-HSUPA users on the primary
r2,FSM- carrier.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of 2 ms TTI MAC-i PDUs (received
BTS,FSM- by BTS) sent by DC-HSUPA users on the
r2,FSM- secondary carrier.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Sum of IRC processed users in a cell, obtained
BTS,FSM- by sampling with predefined sampling period the
r2,FSM- current number of IRC processed users in a cell,
r3,Flexi SBTS and summing all the samples together.
Flexi Lite Sum of all users in a cell, obtained by sampling
BTS,FSM- with predefined sampling period the current
r2,FSM- number HSUPA and R99 users in a cell, and
r3,Flexi SBTS summing all the samples together.
Flexi Lite Number of samples taken to calculate M5005C55
BTS,FSM- and M5005C56.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of R99 users in a cell, obtained by
BTS,FSM- sampling with predefined sampling period and
r2,FSM- summed up all together.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The sum of R99 users using ABPC algorithm in a
BTS,FSM- cell, obtained by sampling with predefined
r2,FSM- sampling period and summed up all together.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of samples taken for M5005C58
BTS,FSM- SUM_NUM_R99_USERS and M5005C59
r2,FSM- SUM_NUM_ABPC_USERS.
r3,Flexi SBTS
FSM-r2,FSM- Sum of users in UL Coordinated Multipoint,
r3,Flexi SBTS obtained by sampling with predefined sampling
period the current number users utilizing
Coordinated Multipoint in a cell, and summing all
the samples together.
FSM-r2,FSM- Number of Virtual Radio Links in a cell.
r3,Flexi SBTS

FSM-r2,FSM- The number of successful forecasts for virtual


r3,Flexi SBTS radio links. The successful forecast is the
scenario that RL-from-RL addition message is
already an existing virtual radio link.
FSM-r2,FSM- This counter is used to calculate the average
r3,Flexi SBTS value of users in the UL Coordinated Multipoint.

FSM-r2,FSM- The average number of users scheduled by


r3,Flexi SBTS virtual radio link SIR, obtained by sampling with a
predefined sampling period the current number of
users scheduled by virtual radio link SIR in a cell,
summing all the samples together, and dividing
FSM-r2,FSM- The average throughput from all Virtual Radio
the sum by the number of all the sampling
r3,Flexi SBTS Links in a cell. This is obtained by sampling the
periods at the end of the measurement period.
data transferred over the virtual radio links with a
predefined sampling period, summing all the
samples together, and dividing them by the
Flexi Lite The maximum number of available R99 CEs.
length of the sampling period and the number of
BTS,FSM-
samples at the end of the measurement period.
r2,FSM- In Flexi Rel. 2 HW and Flexi Rel. 3 HW WCDMA
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counter is the sum of:
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BTS,FSM- direction. The counter includes:
r2,FSM- - R99 CEs
r3,Flexi SBTS - hybrid HSUPA resource steps used by R99
users
Flexi Lite The minimum number of used R99 CEs in UL
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The number sampling
visible
of used
in counters.
with CEs
in counters.
R99 a predefined
can
The counter includes:
r3,Flexi SBTS sampling
temporarily period
exceed during
the measurement
licensed capacity period.
-Note2:
CE resources
The number usedoffor DCHs.
used R99 CEs can
The
when counter
PS radio includes:
bearer bit rate is upgraded.
Flexi Lite The
- CEsminimum foramount
used exceed
temporarily CCCHs. ofCCCHs
CE used for R99
don't utilizeusers
R99
- CE resources usedthe forlicensed
DCHs. capacity
BTS,FSM- and
CEs
when common
ifPS
BTS channels
includes
radio bearer in rate
Flexi
bit UL,
Rel3obtained
isHW.
upgraded. by
- CEs used for CCCHs. CCCHs don't utilize R99
r2,FSM- sampling with a predefined sampling period
CEs if BTS includes Flexi Rel3 HW.
r3,Flexi SBTS during
Note1: measurement
Only additionalperiod. CCCHs are calculated;
The
that counter
is, CCCH includes:
capacity included
Flexi Lite The average
Note1: amount ofCCCHs
Only additional CE used areforcalculated;
R99 users
-inCEHW resources
price is used
not for DCHs.
visible in counters.
BTS,FSM- and is,
that common
CCCHchannels
capacity included
-Note2:
CEs used for CCCHs.
The number CCCHs
of the used CEs don'tcan utilize R99
r2,FSM- in UL
HWduring
price is the
notwhole
visible measurement
in counters. period,
CEs if BTS includes
temporarily exceed Flexi
the Rel3 HW.
licensed capacity when
r3,Flexi SBTS obtained
Note2: Theby number
sampling ofwith a predefined
the used CEs cansampling
PS radio bearer
period, summing bit rate
all the is upgraded.
the licensed
samples,capacityand dividing by
Flexi Lite temporarily
The exceed for R99when
Note:maximum amount
Only additional of CE used
CCCHs are calculated; users
that
the
PS number
radio of samples
bearer bit rate forupgraded.
is the measurement
BTS,FSM- and common
is, CCCH channels
capacity included
period.
r2,FSM- in UL,
HW obtained
price is not by visible
sampling with a predefined
in counters.
The counter includes:
r3,Flexi SBTS sampling period during measurement period.
- CE resources used for DCHs.
The counter includes:
- CEs used for CCCHs. CCCHs don't utilize R99
- CE resources used for DCHs.
CEs if BTS includes Flexi Rel3 HW.
- CEs used for CCCHs. CCCHs don't utilize R99
CEs if BTS includes Flexi Rel3 HW.
Note1: Only additional CCCHs are calculated;
that is, CCCH capacity included
Note1: Only additional CCCHs are calculated;
in HW price is not visible in counters.
that is, CCCH capacity included
Note2: The number of the used CEs can
in HW price is not visible in counters.
temporarily exceed the licensed capacity when
Note2: The number of the used CEs can
PS radio bearer bit rate is upgraded.
temporarily exceed the licensed capacity when
PS radio bearer bit rate is upgraded.
Flexi Lite The minimum number of HSUPA users, obtained
BTS,FSM- by sampling with a predefined sampling period
r2,FSM- during measurement period.
r3,Flexi SBTS Note: In case of Flexi Rel1 HW, this counter is
not produced at all.
Flexi Lite The average number of HSUPA users, obtained
BTS,FSM- by sampling with a predefined sampling period
r2,FSM- during measurement period.
r3,Flexi SBTS Note1: In case of Flexi Rel1 HW, this counter is
not produced at all.
Flexi Lite The maximum number of HSUPA users, obtained
Note2: The number of HSUPA users can
BTS,FSM- by sampling with a predefined sampling period
temporarily exceed the licensed value.
r2,FSM- during measurement period.
r3,Flexi SBTS Note1: In case of Flexi Rel1 HW, this counter is
not produced at all.
Flexi Lite The minimum number of HSDPA users, obtained
Note2: The number of HSUPA users can
BTS,FSM- by sampling with a predefined sampling period
temporarily exceed the licensed value.
r2,FSM- during measurement period.
r3,Flexi SBTS Note: In case of Flexi Rel1 HW, this counter is
not produced at all.
Flexi Lite The average number of HSDPA users, obtained
BTS,FSM- by sampling with a predefined sampling period
r2,FSM- during measurement period.
r3,Flexi SBTS Note1: In case of Flexi Rel1 HW, this counter is
not produced at all.
Flexi Lite The maximum number of HSDPA users, obtained
Note2: The number of HSDPA users can
BTS,FSM- by sampling with a predefined sampling period
temporarily exceed the licensed value.
r2,FSM- during measurement period.
r3,Flexi SBTS Note1: In case of Flexi Rel1 HW, this counter is
not produced at all.
Flexi Lite The minimum HSDPA Processing Sets Utilization
Note2: The number of HSDPA users can
BTS,FSM- ratio calculated as the percentage of the used PS
temporarily exceed the licensed value.
r2,FSM- from the Licensed PS, obtained by sampling with
r3,Flexi SBTS a predefined sampling period during the
measurement period. Retransmissions are
Flexi Lite The average HSDPA Processing Sets Utilization
included.
BTS,FSM- ratio over the whole measurement period
Processing Set Utilization ratio is based on two
r2,FSM- duration, obtained by sampling with a predefined
conditions: 1) throughput utilization and 2)
r3,Flexi SBTS sampling period, summing all the samples, and
number of users. For the purpose of this counter,
dividing by the number of samples during
Flexi Lite The maximum
in each sample,HSDPA Processing
both conditions needSetsto be
measurement period. Retransmissions are
BTS,FSM- Utilization
calculated.ratio
The calculated as the
average value of percentage
both conditionsof
included.
r2,FSM- the used PS from the Licensed PS, obtained by
is used.
Processing Set Utilization ratio is based on two
r3,Flexi SBTS sampling with a predefined sampling period
conditions: 1) throughput utilization and 2)
during measurement period. Retransmissions are
Flexi Lite The
numberminimum HSUPA
of users. Processing
For the purpose Sets
of thisUtilization
counter,
included.
BTS,FSM- ratio calculated
in each sample,as theconditions
both percentage of the
need used PS
to be
Processing Set Utilization ratio is based on two
r2,FSM- from the Licensed
calculated. PS, obtained
The average value ofby sampling with
conditions: 1) throughput utilization and 2)
r3,Flexi SBTS a predefined
both sampling
conditions is used.period during
number of users. For the purpose of this counter,
measurement period.
Flexi Lite The average
in each HSUPA
sample, both Processing Sets to
conditions need Utilization
be
Processing Set Utilization ratio is based on three
BTS,FSM- ratio over the
calculated. Thewhole measurement
average value of period
conditions: throughput utilization, number of
r2,FSM- duration, obtained
both conditions by sampling with a predefined
is used.
users and HW utilization for HSUPA. For the
r3,Flexi SBTS sampling period, summing all the samples, and
purpose of this counter in each sample period all
dividing by the number of samples during
Flexi Lite The maximum
conditions HSUPA Processing
are calculated. Sets value of
The average
measurement period.
BTS,FSM- Utilization ratio calculated
both conditions is used. as the percentage of
Processing Set Utilization ratio is based on three
r2,FSM- the used PS from the Licensed PS, obtained by
conditions: 1) throughput utilization, 2) number of
r3,Flexi SBTS sampling with a predefined sampling period
users, and 3) HW utilization for HSUPA. For the
during measurement period.
purpose of this counter, in each sample period,
Processing Set Utilization ratio is based on three
all conditions are calculated. The average value
conditions: 1) throughput utilization, 2) number of
of both conditions is used.
users, and 3) HW utilization for HSUPA. For the
purpose of this counter, in each sample period,
all conditions are calculated. The average value
of both conditions is used.
Flexi Lite The percentage of BTS HW capacity utilization
BTS,FSM- calculated as the licensed capacity (HSUPA +
r2,FSM- HSDPA + R99 CE licensed capacity) related to
r3,Flexi SBTS the HW capacity available for licensing during
measurement period.
Flexi Lite The maximum available (licensed) HSDPA BTS
BTS,FSM- level throughput.
Note: CCCH capacity included in HW price, PIC,
r2,FSM- Note: In case of Flexi Rel1 HW, this counter is
and HS-FACH resources are not included in the
r3,Flexi SBTS not produced at all.
subunits amount available for licensing.
Flexi Lite The maximum available licensed HSUPA BTS
BTS,FSM- level throughput.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of available licensed HSDPA users.
BTS,FSM-
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite Number of available licensed HSUPA users.
BTS,FSM-
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The minimum number of subunits used for
BTS,FSM- HSUPA, obtained by sampling with a predefined
r2,FSM- sampling period during the measurement period.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Note1: Subunits has the different resource
Flexi Lite The average number of subunits used for HSUPA
amount on FSM-rel3/FlexiLite and on FSM-rel2,
BTS,FSM- during the measurement period, obtained by
so the counter is not reported for FSM-rel3+FSM-
r2,FSM- sampling with a predefined sampling period,
rel2 configuration.
r3,Flexi SBTS summing up all the samples, and dividing by the
number of samples collected during the
Flexi Lite The maximum
Note2: number
The counter doesof not
subunits used
contain PICfor
pool
measurement period.
BTS,FSM- HSUPA,
resources. obtained by sampling with a predefined
r2,FSM- sampling period during the measurement period.
Note1: Subunits has the different resource
r3,Flexi SBTS
amount on FSM-rel3/FlexiLite and on FSM-rel2,
Note1: Subunits has the different resource
Flexi Lite The sample
so the counter with
is the
not minimum
reported fornumber of used
FSM-rel3+FSM-
amount on FSM-rel3/FlexiLite and on FSM-rel2,
BTS,FSM- baseband subunit, obtained by sampling with a
rel2 configuration.
so the counter is not reported for FSM-rel3+FSM-
r2,FSM- predefined sampling period during measurement
rel2 configuration.
r3,Flexi SBTS period.
Note2: The counter does not contain PIC pool
Flexi Lite resources.
The average numberdoes of used baseband
Note2: The counter not contain PICsubunits
pool
Note1: Subunits has the different resource
BTS,FSM- during the measurement period, obtained by
resources.
amount on FSM-rel3/FlexiLite and on FSM-rel2,
r2,FSM- sampling with a predefined sampling period,
so the counter is not reported for FSM-rel3+FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS summing up all the samples, and dividing by the
rel2 configuration.
number of samples during the measurement
Flexi Lite The sample with the maximum number of used
period.
BTS,FSM- baseband
Note2: Thesubunit,
counterobtained
does notby sampling
contain freewith
CCCHa
r2,FSM- predefined samplinginperiod
resources included during the
HW price.
Note1: Subunits has the different resource
r3,Flexi SBTS measurement period.
amount on FSM-rel3/FlexiLite and on FSM-rel2,
Flexi Lite The BTS
so the level baseband
counter HW capacity
is not reported expressed
for FSM-rel3+FSM-
Note1: Subunits has the different resource
BTS,FSM- in subunits.
rel2 configuration.
amount on FSM-rel3/FlexiLite and on FSM-rel2,
r2,FSM-
so the counter is not reported for FSM-rel3+FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS Note1: Subunits
Note2: The hasdoes
counter the different resource
not contain free CCCH
rel2 configuration.
amount
resources onincluded
FSM-rel3/FlexiLite
in HW price. and on FSM-rel2,
so the counter is not reported for FSM-rel3+FSM-
Note2: The counter does not contain free CCCH
rel2 configuration.
resources included in HW price.
Note2: The counter does not contain free CCH
resources included in HW price and TX
resources.
Flexi Lite Number of configured HSDPA users.
BTS,FSM- Counter is calculated based on the capacity of
r2,FSM- the commissioned HSDPA Processing Sets.
r3,Flexi SBTS Note: If HW capacity available for HSUPA is less
than commissioned capacity then HW capacity is
Flexi Lite Number of configured HSUPA users.
indicated in the counter.
BTS,FSM- Counter is calculated based on the capacity of
r2,FSM- the commissioned HSUPA Processing Sets.
r3,Flexi SBTS Note: If HW capacity available for HSUPA is less
than commissioned capacity then HW capacity is
Flexi Lite The configured HSDPA BTS level throughput.
indicated in the counter.
BTS,FSM- Counter is calculated based on the capacity of
r2,FSM- the commissioned HSDPA Processing Sets.
r3,Flexi SBTS Note: If HW capacity available for HSUPA is less
than commissioned capacity then HW capacity is
Flexi Lite The configured HSUPA BTS level throughput.
indicated in the counter.
BTS,FSM- Counter is calculated based on the capacity of
r2,FSM- the commissioned HSUPA Processing Sets.
r3,Flexi SBTS Note: If HW capacity available for HSUPA is less
than commissioned capacity
FSM-r3,Flexi The number of used CCCH PS during the
then HW capacity is indicated in the counter.
SBTS measurement period.
Note: This counter is produced only for BTSs
having Flexi Rel3 HW.
FSM-r3,Flexi The number of configured CCCH PS during the
SBTS measurement period.
Note: This counter is produced only for BTSs
having Flexi Rel3 HW.
FSM-r3,Flexi The number of licensed CCCH PS during the
SBTS measurement period.
Note: This counter is produced only for BTSs
having Flexi Rel3 HW.
Flexi Lite The total number of subunits allocated for
BTS,FSM- HSDPA processing in BTS.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS Note: Subunits has the different resource amount
on FSM-rel3/FlexiLite and on FSM-rel2, so the
Flexi Lite The licensed number of R99 CE in BTS.
counter is not reported for FSM-rel3+FSM-rel2
BTS,FSM-
configuration.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The amount of subunits configured for PIC pools
BTS,FSM- in BTS.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The amount of subunits configured for EFACH in
BTS,FSM- uplink in BTS.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
FSM-r2,FSM- This is the energy consumption in all system
r3,Flexi SBTS modules in the BTS over the whole measurement
period duration. This is obtained by sampling with
a predefined sampling period and summing the
samples.
Note: Static values are used for all FSM-r3 and
FSM-r2 (in case of FSM-r3 + FSM-r2).
FSM-r2,FSM- This is the energy consumption in all radio
r3,Flexi SBTS modules (with RRH) with power meter on-board
in the BTS over the whole measurement period
duration. This is obtained by sampling with a
predefined sampling period and summing the
FSM-r2,FSM- This is the energy consumption in the entire BTS
samples.
r3,Flexi SBTS over the whole measurement period duration.
Note: In case of RF sharing, the RF value is
This is obtained by sampling with a predefined
calculated only for the master RAT.
sampling period and summing the samples.
Note: The energy consumption is calculated from
FSM-r2,FSM- The maximum HS-RACH MAC-i throughput
RFs with power meter on-board for which this
r3,Flexi SBTS (including retransmissions) over the
RAT is master. Static values are used for all
measurement period, obtained by sampling with
FSM-r3 and FSM-r2 (in case of FSM-r3 + FSM-
predefined sampling period for the measurement
r2).
period duration.
FSM-r2,FSM- The average HS-RACH MAC-i throughput
r3,Flexi SBTS (including retransmissions); the sum of the
sampled data is divided by the number of
sampling periods over the measurement period.
FSM-r2,FSM- The amount of transferred HSDPA MAC-hs/ehs
r3,Flexi SBTS data (including retransmissions) per OperID over
the measurement period.

FSM-r2,FSM- Amount of received HSUPA MAC-e/i data


r3,Flexi SBTS combining 10ms TTI and 2 ms TTI users
(including retransmissions) per OperID over the
measurement period.
FSM-r2,FSM- The average number of allocated HSDPA users
r3,Flexi SBTS per operator, obtained by sampling the current
number of HSDPA users per operator with a pre-
defined sampling period; summing all the
samples together, and dividing the sum by the
FSM-r2,FSM- The maximum number of allocated HSDPA users
number of samples at the end of the
r3,Flexi SBTS per operator, obtained by sampling with the
measurement period. This counter is counting
current number of HSDPA users per operator
irrespective if the MOCN CA threshold is reached
with a pre-defined sampling period, and picking
or not.The following is the formula used in the
the maximum value as the counter value. This
FSM-r2,FSM- The average number of allocated HSDPA users
computation:
counter is counting irrespective if the MOCN CA
r3,Flexi SBTS per operator, obtained by sampling the current
threshold is reached or not.
number
Averageof HSDPA
HSDPA users
users per
per operator
operator = with
sum aof
predefined
HSDPA users sampling
allocatedperiod; summingevery
per operator all the
TTI /
samples
total together,
number of and dividing
samples per the sum by the
operator.
FSM-r2,FSM- This counter denotes the maximum number of
number of samples at the end of the
r3,Flexi SBTS allocated HSDPA users per operator. This is
measurement
The counter period. This counter is counting
M5009C7:
obtained by sampling the current number of
only after the MOCN CA threshold
NUM_HSDPA_TTIS_OPR_CA isprovide
reachedthe
in
HSDPA users per operator withshall a pre-defined
the cell.following
total number of is the formula
samples per used in
operator.
sampling period, and picking the maximum value
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of allocated HSDPA TTIs per
the computation:
as the counter value. This counter is counting
r3,Flexi SBTS operator. This counter is counting only after the
only after the MOCN CA threshold is reached.
MOCN
AverageCA threshold
HSDPA usersis per
reached.
operator = sum of
HSDPA users allocated per operator every TTI /
FSM-r2,FSM- total number of
The number of allocated
samples per operator.
HSDPA TTIs per
r3,Flexi SBTS operator. This counter is counting irrespective if
The counterCAM5009C6:
the MOCN threshold is reached or not.
NUM_HSDPA_TTIS_OPR_CA_ACT shall
provide the total number of samples per operator.
Flexi Lite Average value of Voltage Standing Wave Ratio
BTS,FSM- over the whole measurement period.
r2,FSM-r3 Valid VSWR samples are converted to their RC
(reflection coefficient) equivalents. Converted
values are summed up and the sum is divided by
Flexi Lite The maximum number of HSDPA users in
the number of valid samples for the
BTS,FSM- HSDPA scheduler, obtained by sampling with a
measurement period. The average RC value is
r2,FSM- predefined sampling period for the measurement
converted back to average VSWR value.
r3,Flexi SBTS period duration.
Flexi Lite The average
counter isnumber
clearedofatHSDPA users inreset,
Radio Module HSDPA or
BTS,FSM- scheduler,
when unit isobtained
lost. by sampling with a
r2,FSM- predefined sampling period for the measurement
r3,Flexi SBTS period duration.
If the average could not be calculated (for
Flexi Lite example, there were nousers
The number of HSDPA valid readouts
available during
in HSDPAthe
BTS,FSM- measurement
scheduler. period) the counter for that period
r2,FSM- is not distributed.
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The maximum HSDPA throughput (including
BTS,FSM- retransmissions) in HSDPA scheduler, obtained
r2,FSM- by sampling with a predefined sampling period
r3,Flexi SBTS for the measurement period duration.
Flexi Lite The average HSDPA throughput (including
BTS,FSM- retransmissions) in HSDPA scheduler, obtained
r2,FSM- by sampling with a predefined sampling period
r3,Flexi SBTS for the measurement period duration.
Flexi Lite The available HSDPA throughput in HSDPA
BTS,FSM- scheduler.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The maximum number of HSUPA users in
BTS,FSM- HSUPA scheduler, obtained by sampling with a
r2,FSM- predefined sampling period for the measurement
r3,Flexi SBTS period duration.
Flexi Lite The average number of HSUPA users in HSUPA
BTS,FSM- scheduler, obtained by sampling with a
r2,FSM- predefined sampling period for the measurement
r3,Flexi SBTS period duration.
Flexi Lite The number of HSUPA users available in HSUPA
BTS,FSM- scheduler.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The maximum HSUPA throughput (including
BTS,FSM- retransmissions) in HSUPA scheduler, obtained
r2,FSM- by sampling with a predefined sampling period
r3,Flexi SBTS for the measurement period duration.
Flexi Lite The average HSUPA throughput (including
BTS,FSM- retransmissions) in HSUPA scheduler, obtained
r2,FSM- by sampling with a predefined sampling period
r3,Flexi SBTS for the measurement period duration.
Flexi Lite The available HSUPA throughput in HSUPA
BTS,FSM- scheduler.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when there were no HSDPA
BTS,FSM- users scheduled in the specific scheduler.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 1 HSDPA users was
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 2 HSDPA users were
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 3 HSDPA users were
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 4 HSDPA users were
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 5 HSDPA users were
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 6 HSDPA users were
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 7 HSDPA users were
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 8 HSDPA users were
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 9 HSDPA users were
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 10 HSDPA users were
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 11 HSDPA users were
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 12 HSDPA users were
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 13 HSDPA users are
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 14 HSDPA users are
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 15 HSDPA users are
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 16 HSDPA users are
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 17 HSDPA users are
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 18 HSDPA users are
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 19 HSDPA users are
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 20 HSDPA users are
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 21 HSDPA users are
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 22 HSDPA users are
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 23 HSDPA users are
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
Flexi Lite The number of TTIs when 24 HSDPA users are
BTS,FSM- scheduled.
r2,FSM-
r3,Flexi SBTS
FSM-r2,Flexi The maximum usage of subunits for R99 CEs in
SBTS the FSM, obtained by sampling with a predefined
sampling period during the measurement period.
The counter includes:
- CE resources used for DCHs.
FSM-r2,Flexi The maximum usage of subunits for HSUPA in
- CEs used for CCCHs. CCCHs don't utilize R99
SBTS the FSM, obtained by sampling with a predefined
CEs if BTS includes Flexi Rel3 HW.
sampling period during the measurement period.
Note1: Only additional CCCHs consuming R99
FSM-r2,Flexi The
CEs number of the available
are calculated; subunits
that is, CCCH for R99
capacity
SBTS Channel
included Elements
in HW price in is
thenotFSM.
visible in counters.
The
Note2:counter indicates
The number of the
the minimum
used CEsvaluecan of HW
capacity
temporarilyandexceed
licensed thecapacity
licensedavailable
capacityfor R99
when
CE
PS in thebearer
radio FSM. The bit licensed
rate is capacity considered
upgraded.
FSM-r2,Flexi The number of the available subunits for HSUPA
in this counter is the sum of:
SBTS processing in the FSM.
- number of dedicated R99 CE licenses from all
The counter indicates the minimum value of HW
LCGs present in FSM,
capacity and licensed capacity available for
- R99 CE capacity of hybrid HSUPA resource
HSUPA in the FSM. The licensed capacity
FSM-r2,Flexi The
stepstotal number
which of configured
is allocated subunits for
to the HSUPA
considered in this counter is the sum of HSUPA
SBTS HSDPA
schedulersprocessing
present in the FSM, FSM
resource steps which can be allocated for
- total number of licensed R99 CEs in the
HSUPA processing due to HSUPA Processing
common baseband pool. Current usage of the
Set licenses allocated to schedulers of the FSM.
FSM-r2,Flexi common
The number poolofisconfigured
not considered. subunits for PIC
SBTS processing in the FSM.

FSM-r2,Flexi The number of configured subunits for HS-FACH


SBTS processing in the FSM.

FSM-r2,Flexi The number of used subunits for CCCH


SBTS processing in the FSM.
Note: Only additional CCCHs consuming R99
CEs or CCCH processing sets are calculated;
that is, CCCH capacity included in HW price is
FSM-r2,Flexi Average number of used subunits in Flexi
not visible in counters.
SBTS System Module, obtained by sampling with
predefined sampling period for the measurement
period duration.
FSM-r2,Flexi Maximum number of used subunits in Flexi
SBTS System Module, obtained by sampling with
predefined sampling period for the measurement
period duration.
FSM-r2,Flexi Number of all available subunits in Flexi System
SBTS Module.

Flexi The maximum number of HSUPA users in SBTS,


SBTS,AirScal obtained by sampling with a predefined sampling
e SBTS period during measurement period.

Note: The number of HSUPA users in SBTS can


Flexi The maximum number of HSDPA users in SBTS,
temporarily exceed the licensed value.
SBTS,AirScal obtained by sampling with a predefined sampling
e SBTS period during measurement period.

Note: The number of HSDPA users in SBTS can


Flexi Number of configured HSUPA users. Counter is
temporarily exceed the licensed value.
SBTS,AirScal calculated based on:
e SBTS a) HW capacity of hsupaUsers CAPLIM
parameter is not set
b) Minimum from HW Capacity and CAPLIM
Flexi Number of configured HSDPA users. Counter is
parameter hsupaUsers if it is set.
SBTS,AirScal calculated based on:
e SBTS a) HW capacity of hsdpaUsers CAPLIM
Note: If HW capacity available for HSUPA is less
parameter is not set
than commissioned capacity then HW capacity is
b) Minimum from HW Capacity and CAPLIM
FSM-r2,FSM- Unavailable
indicated in theSeconds (UAS): Counts the number
counter.
parameter hsdpaUsers if it is set.
r3 of seconds for which the interface is unavailable.
The interface is defined to be unavailable from
Note: If HW capacity available for HSDPA is less
either the beginning of 10 contiguous SES,
than commissioned capacity then HW capacity is
and/or a defect.
FSM-r2,FSM- Errored
indicatedSeconds (ES): Counts the number of
in the counter.
An interface is available again after a 10-second
r3 seconds with one or more errored blocks or at
absence of all defects and SES.
least one defect. Errored block is a block in which
While the interface is unavailable, the only count
one or more bits are corrupted.
that is incremented is UAS.
Defect: LOS, LOF, AIS.
FSM-r2,FSM- Severely
Defect: LOS,Errored
LOF,Seconds
AIS. (SES): Counts the
ES are not incremented during Unavailable
r3 number of seconds which contain at least 30%
Seconds (UAS).
errored blocks or one or more defects. Errored
block is a block in which one or more bits are
corrupted.
FSM-r2,FSM- Background Block Errors (BBE): counts the
Defect: LOS, LOF, AIS.
r3 number of errored blocks. Errored block is a
SES is a subset of ES. SES are not incremented
block in which one or more bits are corrupted.
during Unavailable Seconds (UAS).
Corruption is detected by inspecting the CRC
information and/or the Frame Alignment Signal
FSM-r2 Unavailable Seconds (UAS) on the SDH Path
(FAS).
(B3):
Counts the number of seconds for which the SDH
Does not count during during SES or UAS.
Path on the interface is unavailable.
The interface is defined unavailable from either
FSM-r2 Errored Seconds (ES) on the SDH Path (B3):
the beginning of 10 contiguous SES B3, or from
Counts the number of seconds with one or more
the beginning of a defect.
errored blocks or at least one defect.
An interface is available again after a 10-second
Defect: LOS, LOF, AIS-MS, AIS-AU, LOP-AU,
absence of all defects and SES.
UNEQ-HP, PLM-HP.
FSM-r2 Severely
While theErrored Seconds
interface (SES) on
is unavailable, thethe SDH
only count
Errored block: A block in which one or more bits
Path
that is(B3):
incremented is UAS.
are corrupted.
Counts the number
Defect: LOS, of seconds
LOF, AIS-MS, whichLOP-AU,
AIS-AU, contain
ES are not incremented during Unavailable
30% erroredPLM-HP.
UNEQ-HP, blocks or at least one defect.
Seconds (UAS)
Defect:
Standard: LOS, LOF, AIS-MS, AIS-AU, LOP-AU,
[G.826]
Standard: [G.826]
UNEQ-HP, PLM-HP.
SES is a subset of ES.
Errored block: A block in which one or more bits
are corrupted. Detected by inspecting the bit
interleaved parity (BIP) information.
SES are not incremented during Unavailable
Seconds (UAS).
Standard: [G.826]
FSM-r2 Background Block Errors (BBE) on the SDH Path
(B3):
Counts the number of errored blocks not
occurring during SES or UAS.
Errored block: A block in which one or more bits
FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of cells received on an ATM
are corrupted. Detected by inspecting the bit
r3 interface.
interleaved parity (BIP) information.
Standard: [G.826]

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of cells transmitted on an ATM


r3 interface.

FSM-r2,FSM- This counter counts the number of seconds


r3 during which the ATM interface is unavailable.

FSM-r2,FSM- Count of incoming ATM cells discarded because


r3 of a Header Error Check (HEC) violation. Only
PDH and SDH interfaces are covered. For the
FTOA (the SDH/SONET transport submodule)
this counter counts both non-correctable and
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of incoming ATM cells that have
correctable HEC errors together.
r3 been discarded due to protocol errors (for
example, illegal VPI/VCI value).
Note: This counter is not supported in case of
IMA on PDH interfaces.
FSM-r2,FSM- Total number"0"
FTM returns of cells
valuewith
andthe service
hence category
BTSSM does
r3 CBR received
not display HEConcounters
the ATM for
interface.
IMA.

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of cells with Service Category CBR


r3 transmitted on the ATM interface.

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of cells with the service category


r3 UBR received on the ATM interface.

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of cells with the service category


r3 UBR transmitted on the ATM interface.

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of ATM cells received (CLP0 and 1)


r3 at an ATM Virtual Channel (VC).

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of ATM cells transmitted (CLP0 and


r3 1) at an ATM Virtual Channel (VC).
FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of ATM cells received (CLP0 and 1)
r3 at an ATM Virtual Path (VP).

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of cells transmitted (CLP0 and 1) at


r3 an ATM Virtual Path (VP).

Flexi Lite Number of kilo-bytes in valid frames received on


BTS,FSM- the interface.
r2,FSM-r3 NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
1000 x bytes.
Flexi Lite Number of kilo-bytes in valid frames transmitted
BTS,FSM- on the interface.
r2,FSM-r3 NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
1000 x bytes.
Flexi Lite Number of Ethernet frames received on the
BTS,FSM- interface (errored and non-errored).
r2,FSM-r3

Flexi Lite Number of transmitted Ethernet frames on the


BTS,FSM- interface.
r2,FSM-r3

Flexi Lite Number of received errored Ethernet frames -


BTS,FSM- FCS errors, undersized packets, oversized
r2,FSM-r3 frames, jabber frames, frames with errors
indicated by the PHY.
Flexi Lite The number of Ethernet frames received whose
BTS,FSM- PSN header is not configured or has a reserved
r2,FSM-r3 value.

Flexi Lite Unavailable Seconds (UAS):


BTS,FSM- Counts the number of seconds for which the
r2,FSM-r3 interface is unavailable.
The interface is defined unavailable from either
the beginning of 10 contiguous SES and/or a
Flexi Lite Severely Errored Seconds (SES):
defect.
BTS,FSM- Counts the number of seconds which contain a
An interface is available again after a 10-second
r2,FSM-r3 defect.
absence of all defects and SES.
Defect: LOS on Ethernet interface
While the interface is unavailable, the only count
SES are not incremented during Unavailable
Flexi Lite The number
that is of ingress
incremented Ethernet frames
is UAS.
Seconds (UAS)
BTS,FSM- discarded
Defect: LOS due
ontoEthernet
rate limiting.
interface only
Standard: [G.826]
r2,FSM-r3 Standard: [G.826]

Flexi Lite Number of Ethernet discarded received packets


BTS,FSM- not matching the VLAN membership
r2,FSM-r3 configuration for that switch-port.
Flexi Lite Number of Ethernet TX packets discarded in
BTS,FSM- Queue 5 due to overflow for
r2,FSM-r3 egress shaping or exceeding speed and duplex
of the interface.
Flexi Lite Number of Ethernet TX packets discarded in
BTS,FSM- Queue 4 due to overflow for
r2,FSM-r3 egress shaping or exceeding speed and duplex
of the interface.
Flexi Lite Number of Ethernet TX packets discarded in
BTS,FSM- Queue 3 due to overflow for
r2,FSM-r3 egress shaping or exceeding speed and duplex
of the interface.
Flexi Lite Number of Ethernet TX packets discarded in
BTS,FSM- Queue 2 due to overflow for
r2,FSM-r3 egress shaping or exceeding speed and duplex
of the interface.
Flexi Lite Number of Ethernet TX packets discarded in
BTS,FSM- Queue 1 due to overflow for
r2,FSM-r3 egress shaping or exceeding speed and duplex
of the interface.
Flexi Lite Number of Ethernet TX packets discarded in
BTS,FSM- Queue 6 due to overflow for
r2,FSM-r3 egress shaping or exceeding speed and duplex
of the interface.
Flexi Lite The number of ingress Ethernet 64-byte blocks
BTS,FSM-r2 discarded due to rate limiting. There is a chance
of counter overflow at higher load conditions.

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of samples transmitted during


r3 which the bandwidth utilization was within 0-25%
of the configured bandwidth.

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of samples transmitted during


r3 which the bandwidth utilization was within 26-
50% of the configured bandwidth.

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of samples transmitted during


r3 which the bandwidth utilization was within 51-
75% of the configured bandwidth.

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of samples transmitted during


r3 which the bandwidth utilization was within 76-
87% of the configured bandwidth.

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of samples transmitted during


r3 which the bandwidth utilization was greater than
87% of the configured bandwidth.
FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of samples received during which
r3 the bandwidth utilization was within 0-25% of the
configured bandwidth.

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of samples received during which


r3 the bandwidth utilization was within 26-50% of
the configured bandwidth.

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of samples received during which


r3 the bandwidth utilization was within 51-75% of
the configured bandwidth.

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of samples received during which


r3 the bandwidth utilization was within 76-87% of
the configured bandwidth.

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of samples received during which


r3 the bandwidth utilization was greater than 87% of
the configured bandwidth.

FSM-r2,FSM- The configured maximum bandwidth of the VC in


r3 egress direction.

FSM-r2,FSM- The configured maximum bandwidth of the VC in


r3 ingress direction.

FSM-r2,FSM- The peak egress throughput of the VC.


r3

FSM-r2,FSM- The peak ingress throughput of the VC.


r3

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of samples transmitted during


r3 which the bandwidth utilization was within 0-25%
of the configured bandwidth.

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of samples transmitted during


r3 which the bandwidth utilization was within 26-
50% of the configured bandwidth.

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of samples transmitted during


r3 which the bandwidth utilization was within 51-
75% of the configured bandwidth.
FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of samples transmitted during
r3 which the bandwidth utilization was within 76-
87% of the configured bandwidth.

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of samples transmitted during


r3 which the bandwidth utilization was greater than
87% of the configured bandwidth.

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of samples received during which


r3 the bandwidth utilization was within 0-25% of the
configured bandwidth.

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of samples received during which


r3 the bandwidth utilization was within 26-50% of
the configured bandwidth.

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of samples received during which


r3 the bandwidth utilization was within 51-75% of
the configured bandwidth.

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of samples received during which


r3 the bandwidth utilization was within 76-87% of
the configured bandwidth.

FSM-r2,FSM- Total number of samples received during which


r3 the bandwidth utilization was greater than 87% of
the configured bandwidth.

FSM-r2,FSM- The configured maximum bandwidth of the VCC


r3 bundle.

FSM-r2,FSM- The peak egress throughput of the VCC.


r3

FSM-r2,FSM- The peak ingress throughput of the VCC.


r3

FSM-r2,FSM- Unavailable Seconds (UAS):


r3 Counts the number of seconds for which the
interface is unavailable.
The interface is defined unavailable from either
the beginning of 10 contiguous SES and/or a
FSM-r2,FSM- Severely Errored Seconds (SES):
defect.
r3 Counts the number of seconds that contain a
An interface is available again after a 10-second
defect.
absence of all defects and SES.
Defect: BFD down in the ingress or egress
While the interface is unavailable, the only count
direction.
that is incremented is UAS.
SES are not incremented during Unavailable
Defect: BFD down in the ingress or egress
Seconds (UAS).
direction only.
Standard: [G.826]
Standard: [G.826]
FSM-r2,FSM- Based on pseudowire sequence numbers, an
r3 estimation of the number of lost packets will be
provided guided by RFC 4717.

FSM-r2,FSM- The number of received Ethernet frames whose


r3 pseudowire header is not configured or has a
reserved value.

FSM-r2,FSM- Number of received packets on a tunnel.


r3

FSM-r2,FSM- Number of transmitted packets on a tunnel.


r3

FSM-r2,FSM- Number of lost Ethernet frames carrying PWE


r3 frames. Note! This counter is not supported.
Instead, the packet loss is measured by
M5113C2.
FSM-r2,FSM- Number of bytes in dropped UDP packets due to
r3 uplink AAL2 prioritisation queue buffer overflow
inside VCC.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- Number of bytes in dropped UDP packets due to
1000 x bytes.
r3 uplink AAL2 prioritisation queue buffer overflow
inside VCC.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- Number of bytes in dropped UDP packets due to
1000 x bytes.
r3 uplink AAL2 prioritisation queue buffer overflow
inside VCC.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- Number of bytes in dropped UDP packets due to
1000 x bytes.
r3 uplink AAL2 prioritisation queue buffer overflow
inside VCC.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- Average buffering delay per AAL2 prioritisation
1000 x bytes.
r3 queue.

FSM-r2,FSM- Average buffering delay per AAL2 prioritisation


r3 queue.

FSM-r2,FSM- Average buffering delay per AAL2 prioritisation


r3 queue.
FSM-r2,FSM- Average buffering delay per AAL2 prioritisation
r3 queue.

FSM-r2,FSM- Maximum buffering delay per AAL2 prioritisation


r3 queue.

FSM-r2,FSM- Maximum buffering delay per AAL2 prioritisation


r3 queue.

FSM-r2,FSM- Maximum buffering delay per AAL2 prioritisation


r3 queue.

FSM-r2,FSM- Maximum buffering delay per AAL2 prioritisation


r3 queue.

Flexi Lite The number of inbound packets that were


BTS,FSM- delivered to higher-layer protocols.
r2,FSM-r3

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes received by the


BTS,FSM- interface, including framing characters.
r2,FSM-r3 NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
1000 x bytes.
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets that were
BTS,FSM- successfully transmitted.
r2,FSM-r3

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted by the


BTS,FSM- interface, including framing characters.
r2,FSM-r3 NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
1000 x bytes.
Flexi Lite The number of received IP packets or fragments
BTS,FSM- that are discarded for one or more of the
r2,FSM-r3 following reasons shall be counted for each IP
transport interface:
- Time-To-Live exceeded
Flexi Lite This is the maximum value of the reserved bit
- IP version number invalid
BTS,FSM- rate for CAC utilization (in kbps) measured during
- IP header checksum failure
r2,FSM-r3 the measurement interval.
- ICMPv4 checksum failure
- Unsupported IPv4 header options present
Flexi Lite This is the minimum value of reserved bit rate for
BTS,FSM- CAC utilization
Fragments shall(in
bekbps) measured
counted duringIP
as individual the
r2,FSM-r3 measurement
packets. interval.

Note: Implementation restriction for FSM-r2:


"ICMPv4 checksum failure" counter shall show
discarded RX packets due to ICMPv4 checksum
failure as one cumulative value for all IP
Transport interfaces in BTS and not per interface
as interface level counters are not provided by
FTM's linux kernel.
Flexi Lite This is the average value of reserved bit rate for
BTS,FSM- CAC utilization (in kbps) measured during the
r2,FSM-r3 measurement interval.

Flexi Lite This is the maximum bit rate (kbps) which can be
BTS,FSM- allocated by the CAC which is specified by the
r2,FSM-r3 following configuration parameters:-
If traffic shaping type is "OFF" or "WFQ", it is the
subtraction of DCNCommittedBitRate and
Flexi Lite The total number of packets that could not be
SignallingCommittedBitRate
BTS,FSM- transmitted over the interface due to congestion.
cacCommittedBitRate - DCNCommittedBitRate
r2,FSM-r3
- SignallingCommittedBitRate
If traffic shaping type is "PATH", committed bit
Flexi Lite The total number
rate (CIR) is used.ofOtherwise
kilo-bytes that could not be
BTS,FSM- transmitted over the interface
DCNCommittedBitRate and/ordue to congestion.
r2,FSM-r3 NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated
SignallingCommittedBitRate as 1bekilobyte
shall and if
subtracted
thus the following
management equation
plane applies:plane
and/or control 1 kilobyte =
use the
1000
same xinterface
bytes.
Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted by the
BTS,FSM- In case of including
interface, Hybrid backhaul
framing (Eth/VLAN
characters,+using
ML-
r2,FSM-r3 PPP)
Expedited Forwarding PHB class.
If traffic
NOTE: shaping
1000 bytes type is "PATH".
are treated as 1 kilobyte and
Ethernet/VLAN interfaces:
thus the following equation applies: Committed
1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The numberRate
Information of outbound
(CIR) of packets
the CAC that were
instance.
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- successfully
ML-PPPtransmitted within the Expedited
interface: cacCommittedBitRate
r2,FSM-r3 Forwarding PHB class.
DCNCommittedBitRate and/or
SignallingCommittedBitRate shall be subtracted if
Flexi Lite management
The number ofplane and/orkilo-bytes
outbound control plane
withinuse
thethe
BTS,FSM- same interface.
Expedited Forwarding PHB class that were
r2,FSM-r3 dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets within the
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- Expedited Forwarding PHB class that were
r2,FSM-r3 dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted out of


BTS,FSM- the interface, including framing characters, using
r2,FSM-r3 the Assured Forwarding 4 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- successfully transmitted within the Assured
r2,FSM-r3 Forwarding 4 PHB class.

Flexi Lite The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the


BTS,FSM- Assured Forwarding 4 PHB class that were
r2,FSM-r3 dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets within the
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- Assured Forwarding 4 PHB class that were
r2,FSM-r3 dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted out of
BTS,FSM- the interface, including framing characters, using
r2,FSM-r3 the Assured Forwarding 3 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- successfully transmitted within the Assured
r2,FSM-r3 Forwarding 3 PHB class.

Flexi Lite The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the


BTS,FSM- Assured Forwarding 3 PHB class that were
r2,FSM-r3 dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets within the
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- Assured Forwarding 3 PHB class that were
r2,FSM-r3 dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted out of


BTS,FSM- the interface, including framing characters, using
r2,FSM-r3 the Assured Forwarding 2 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- successfully transmitted within the Assured
r2,FSM-r3 Forwarding 2 PHB class.

Flexi Lite The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the


BTS,FSM- Assured Forwarding 2 PHB class that were
r2,FSM-r3 dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets within the
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- Assured Forwarding 2 PHB class that were
r2,FSM-r3 dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted out of


BTS,FSM- the interface, including framing characters, using
r2,FSM-r3 the Assured Forwarding 1 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- successfully transmitted within the Assured
r2,FSM-r3 Forwarding 1 PHB class.

Flexi Lite The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the


BTS,FSM- Assured Forwarding 1 PHB class that were
r2,FSM-r3 dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets within the
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- Assured Forwarding 1 PHB class that were
r2,FSM-r3 dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted out of
BTS,FSM- the interface, including framing characters, using
r2,FSM-r3 the Best Effort PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- successfully transmitted within the Best Effort
r2,FSM-r3 PHB class.

Flexi Lite The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the


BTS,FSM- Best Effort PHB class that were dropped in the IP
r2,FSM-r3 scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets within the Best
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- Effort PHB class that were dropped in the IP
r2,FSM-r3 scheduler due to congestion.

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes received by the


BTS,FSM- interface, including framing characters, using
r2,FSM-r3 Expedited Forwarding PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- successfully received within the Expedited
r2,FSM-r3 Forwarding PHB class.

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes received out of the


BTS,FSM- interface, including framing characters, using the
r2,FSM-r3 Assured Forwarding 4 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- successfully received within the Assured
r2,FSM-r3 Forwarding 4 PHB class.

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes received out of the


BTS,FSM- interface, including framing characters, using the
r2,FSM-r3 Assured Forwarding 3 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- successfully received within the Assured
r2,FSM-r3 Forwarding 3 PHB class.

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes received out of the


BTS,FSM- interface, including framing characters, using the
r2,FSM-r3 Assured Forwarding 2 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- successfully received within the Assured
r2,FSM-r3 Forwarding 2 PHB class.
Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes received out of the
BTS,FSM- interface, including framing characters, using the
r2,FSM-r3 Assured Forwarding 1 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- successfully received within the Assured
r2,FSM-r3 Forwarding 1 PHB class.

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes received out of the


BTS,FSM- interface, including framing characters, using the
r2,FSM-r3 Best Effort PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- successfully received within the Best Effort PHB
r2,FSM-r3 class.

FSM-r2,FSM- The number of frames sent over the interface


r3 using CES over PSN.

FSM-r2,FSM- The number of frames received over the CES


r3 interface.

FSM-r2,FSM- The CES pseudowire function shall be capable to


r3 detect lost and misordered packets. The
sequence number in the control word of each
packet is used for these purposes. The
pseudowire function shall reorder misordered
FSM-r2,FSM- This counter counts all packets of the pseudowire
packets. Misordered packets that cannot be
r3 tunnel that arrive too early in relation to the jitter
reordered shall be discarded and treated as lost.
buffer.
This counter counts the number of lost packets
over this pseudowire tunnel.
FSM-r2,FSM- The counter counts all packets for this
r3 pseudowire tunnel that arrived too late in relation
to the jitter buffer.

FSM-r2,FSM- The CES pseudowire function shall be capable to


r3 detect lost and misordered packets. The
sequence number in the control word of each
packet is used for these purposes. The
pseudowire function shall reorder misordered
FSM-r2,FSM- This counter counts the packets with the L-bit set
packets. Misordered packets that cannot be
r3 to '1' over the pseudowire.
reordered shall be discarded and treated as lost.
This counter counts the number of lost packets
over a CES pseudowire.
FSM-r2,FSM- The counter counts all packets for the CES
r3 pseudowire that arrived too late in relation to the
jitter buffer.
FSM-r2,FSM- The counter counts all packets that arrived too
r3 late in relation to the jitter buffer of the CES
pseudowire.

FSM-r2,FSM- This counter collects statistics for the minimum


r3 packet delay variation of CES packets for the
pseudowire. The counter value is the minimum
delay measured over all packets within the
sampling period of 15 minutes.
FSM-r2,FSM- This counter collects statistics for the maximum
r3 packet delay variation of CES packets for the
pseudowire. The counter value is the minimum
delay measured over all packets within the
sampling period of 15 minutes.
FSM-r2,FSM- This counter collects statistics for packet delay
r3 variation average per pseudowire. The counter
value is the average delay measured over all
packets within the sampling period of 15 minutes.
Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted by the
BTS,FSM- interface, including framing characters, using
r2,FSM-r3 Expedited Forwarding PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- successfully transmitted within the Expedited
r2,FSM-r3 Forwarding PHB class.

Flexi Lite The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the


BTS,FSM- Expedited Forwarding PHB class that were
r2,FSM-r3 dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets within the
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- Expedited Forwarding PHB class that were
r2,FSM-r3 dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted out of


BTS,FSM- the interface, including framing characters, using
r2,FSM-r3 the Assured Forwarding 4 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- successfully transmitted within the Assured
r2,FSM-r3 Forwarding 4 PHB class.

Flexi Lite The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the


BTS,FSM- Assured Forwarding 4 PHB class that were
r2,FSM-r3 dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets within the
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- Assured Forwarding 4 PHB class that were
r2,FSM-r3 dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted out of
BTS,FSM- the interface, including framing characters, using
r2,FSM-r3 the Assured Forwarding 3 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- successfully transmitted within the Assured
r2,FSM-r3 Forwarding 3 PHB class.

Flexi Lite The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the


BTS,FSM- Assured Forwarding 3 PHB class that were
r2,FSM-r3 dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets within the
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- Assured Forwarding 3 PHB class that were
r2,FSM-r3 dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.

Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets that were


BTS,FSM- successfully transmitted within the Assured
r2,FSM-r3 Forwarding 2 PHB class.

Flexi Lite The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the


BTS,FSM- Assured Forwarding 2 PHB class that were
r2,FSM-r3 dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets within the
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- Assured Forwarding 2 PHB class that were
r2,FSM-r3 dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted out of


BTS,FSM- the interface, including framing characters, using
r2,FSM-r3 the Assured Forwarding 1 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- successfully transmitted within the Assured
r2,FSM-r3 Forwarding 1 PHB class.

Flexi Lite The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the


BTS,FSM- Assured Forwarding 1 PHB class that were
r2,FSM-r3 dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets within the
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- Assured Forwarding 1 PHB class that were
r2,FSM-r3 dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted out of


BTS,FSM- the interface, including framing characters, using
r2,FSM-r3 the Best Effort PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
1000 x bytes.
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets that were
BTS,FSM- successfully transmitted within the Best Effort
r2,FSM-r3 PHB class.

Flexi Lite The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the


BTS,FSM- Best Effort PHB class that were dropped in the IP
r2,FSM-r3 scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets within the Best
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- Effort PHB class that were dropped in the IP
r2,FSM-r3 scheduler due to congestion.

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes received by the


BTS,FSM- interface, including framing characters, using
r2,FSM-r3 Expedited Forwarding PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- successfully received within the Expedited
r2,FSM-r3 Forwarding PHB class.

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes received out of the


BTS,FSM- interface, including framing characters, using the
r2,FSM-r3 Assured Forwarding 4 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- successfully received within the Assured
r2,FSM-r3 Forwarding 4 PHB class.

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes received out of the


BTS,FSM- interface, including framing characters, using the
r2,FSM-r3 Assured Forwarding 3 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- successfully received within the Assured
r2,FSM-r3 Forwarding 3 PHB class.

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes received out of the


BTS,FSM- interface, including framing characters, using the
r2,FSM-r3 Assured Forwarding 2 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- successfully received within the Assured
r2,FSM-r3 Forwarding 2 PHB class.

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes received out of the


BTS,FSM- interface, including framing characters, using the
r2,FSM-r3 Assured Forwarding 1 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
1000 x bytes.
Flexi Lite The number of inbound packets that were
BTS,FSM- successfully received within the Assured
r2,FSM-r3 Forwarding 1 PHB class.

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes received out of the


BTS,FSM- interface, including framing characters, using the
r2,FSM-r3 Best Effort PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- successfully received within the Best Effort PHB
r2,FSM-r3 class.

Flexi Lite The number of inbound packets that were


BTS,FSM- delivered to higher-layer protocols.
r2,FSM-r3

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes received by the


BTS,FSM- interface, including framing characters.
r2,FSM-r3 NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
1000 x bytes.
Flexi Lite The number of outbound packets that were
BTS,FSM- successfully transmitted.
r2,FSM-r3

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted by the


BTS,FSM- interface, including framing characters.
r2,FSM-r3 NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
1000 x bytes.
Flexi Lite The number of received IP packets or fragments
BTS,FSM- that are discarded for one or more of the
r2,FSM-r3 following reasons shall be counted for each IP
transport interface:
- Unknown protocol (see WBTS_TRS_10816 for
Flexi Lite This is the maximum value of the reserved bit
supported protocols)
BTS,FSM- rate for CAC utilization (in kbps) measured during
- IP version number mismatch
r2,FSM-r3 the measurement interval.
- Time-To-Live exceeded (TTL=0 or TTL=1 for
routed SSE traffic (LTE only)) (Note 2)
Flexi Lite This is the minimum
- IP header checksum value of reserved bit rate for
failure
BTS,FSM- CAC utilization
- fragment (in kbps) measured
identification unknown (forduring
non the
first
r2,FSM-r3 measurement
fragments thatinterval.
get discarded as the identification
hasn't been setup yet) / dropped fragments due
Flexi Lite to
Thisre-assembly timevalue
is the average out. of reserved bit rate for
BTS,FSM- CAC utilization (in kbps) measured during the
r2,FSM-r3 Fragments
measurementshall be counted as individual IP
interval.
packets.

Flexi Lite This


Note:isImplementation
the maximum bit rate (kbps)
restriction for which
FSM-r2: can be
BTS,FSM- allocated by the CACfailure"
"ICMPv4 checksum which counter shall show
r2,FSM-r3 is specifiedRX
discarded bypackets
the following
due toconfiguration
ICMPv4 checksum
parameters:-
failure as one cumulative value for all IP
If traffic shaping
Transport typeinisBTS
interfaces "OFF"andornot
"WFQ", it is the
per interface
subtraction
as interfaceof DCNCommittedBitRate
level counters are not providedand by
SignallingCommittedBitRate
FTM's linux kernel.
This cacCommittedBitRate
counter value will be- shown
DCNCommittedBitRate
0 for FSMR2.
-ICMPv4
SignallingCommittedBitRate
checksum failures are counted as one
If traffic shaping
cumulative valuetype is IP
for all "PATH", committed
Transport interfacesbit in
rate
BTS (CIR)
and displayed as part of M5117C4 counter.
is used. Otherwise DCNCommittedBitRate and/or
SignallingCommittedBitRate
shall be subtracted if management plane and/or
control plane use the same
Flexi Lite The total number of packets that could not be
BTS,FSM- transmitted over the interface due to congestion.
r2,FSM-r3

Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes that could not be


BTS,FSM- transmitted over the interface due to congestion.
r2,FSM-r3 NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
1000 x bytes.
Flexi Lite The number of ethernet packets received on the
BTS,FSM- interface.
r2,FSM-r3

Flexi Lite The number of ethernet bytes received on the


BTS,FSM- interface.
r2,FSM-r3 NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
1000 x bytes.
Flexi Lite The number of ethernet packets transmitted on
BTS,FSM- the interface.
r2,FSM-r3

Flexi Lite The number of ethernet bytes transmitted on the


BTS,FSM- interface.
r2,FSM-r3 NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
1000 x bytes.
Flexi Lite This is the calculated average Round trip time
BTS,FSM- (RTT) for TWAMP messages that the BTS has
r2,FSM-r3 sent to its remote peer during the last 15 minutes
for this TWAMP session.
Flexi Lite This is the maximum detected Round trip time
BTS,FSM- (RTT) for TWAMP messages that the BTS has
r2,FSM-r3 sent to its remote peer during the last 15
minutes.
Flexi Lite This is the minimum detected Round trip time
BTS,FSM- (RTT) for TWAMP messages that the BTS has
r2,FSM-r3 sent to its remote peer during the last 15
minutes.
Flexi Lite This is the number of transmitted TWAMP
BTS,FSM- messages for the TWAMP session.
r2,FSM-r3

Flexi Lite This the number of lost TWAMP messages for


BTS,FSM- the TWAMP session.
r2,FSM-r3

FSM-r2,FSM- The number of kilo-bytes transmitted over the


r3 PPP Multi Link interface.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
1000 x bytes.
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of kilo-bytes received over the PPP
r3 Multi Link interface.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
1000 x bytes.
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of packets that are transmitted over
r3 the PPP Multi Link interface.

FSM-r2,FSM- The number of packets that are received over the


r3 PPP Multi Link interface.

FSM-r2,FSM- The number of PPP packets that are discarded


r3 on the PPP Multi Link interface. This includes
packets could not be re-assembled due to
missing MP fragments.
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of kilo-bytes transmitted over the
r3 PPP Single Link interface.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
1000 x bytes.
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of kilo-bytes received over the PPP
r3 Single Link interface.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
1000 x bytes.
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of packets that are transmitted over
r3 the PPP Single Link interface.

FSM-r2,FSM- The number of packets that are received over the


r3 PPP Single Link interface.

FSM-r2,FSM- The number of PPP packets that are discarded


r3 on the PPP Single Link interface. This includes
packets could not be re-assembled due to
missing MP fragments.
Flexi Lite Number of transport frames/packets discarded
BTS,FSM-r2 due to egress shaping (Buffer
overflow).

FSM-r2,FSM- The BTS shall count the number of transmitted


r3 RSTP BPDUs for each RSTP-enabled port.

Note: When Link OAM loopback is activated the


RSTP BPDUs are created and counted although
FSM-r2,FSM- The BTS shall count the number of received
they are not transmitted.
r3 RSTP BPDUs for each RSTP-enabled port.

Note: When Link OAM loopback is activated the


RSTP BPDUs are created and counted although
they are not transmitted.
FSM-r2,FSM- The BTS shall count the number of port state
r3 transitions for each RSTP-enabled port and for
each configured spanning tree.

Flexi Lite The number of seconds during this interval while


BTS,FSM- the timing over packet service was in
r2,FSM-r3 synchronous state.

Flexi Zone The minimum value of the timing over packet


Micro service phase error in ppb during the interval.
BTS,Flexi Lite The unit applicable to FSMr2 is microsecond and
BTS,FSM- for FSMr3 is ppb/1000.
r2,FSM-r3
Flexi Zone The average value of the timing over packet
Micro service phase error in ppb during the interval.
BTS,Flexi Lite
BTS,FSM- The unit applicable to FSMr2 is microsecond and
r2,FSM-r3 for FSMr3 is ppb/1000.
Flexi Zone The maximum value of the timing over packet
Micro service phase error in ppb during the interval.
BTS,Flexi Lite
BTS,FSM- The unit applicable to FSMr2 is microsecond and
r2,FSM-r3 for FSMr3 is ppb/1000.
Flexi Lite BTS The number of received ToP event messages.
Event messages are time stamped and used for
clock recovery.

Flexi Lite The number of dropped packets due to rate


BTS,FSM- limiting.
r2,FSM-r3

Flexi Lite The number of packets discarded due filter


BTS,FSM- violations.
r2,FSM-r3

FSM-r2,FSM- The number of inbound packets that were


r3 delivered to higher-layer protocols.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes received by the


r3 interface, including framing characters.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
1000 x bytes.
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets that were
r3 successfully transmitted.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted by the


r3 interface, including framing characters.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
1000 x bytes.
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of inbound packets that contained
r3 errors preventing them from being deliverable to
a higher-layer protocol.

FSM-r2,FSM- This is the maximum value of the reserved bit


r3 rate for CAC utilization (in kbps) measured during
the measurement interval.

FSM-r2,FSM- This is the minimum value of reserved bit rate for


r3 CAC utilization (in kbps) measured during the
measurement interval.

FSM-r2,FSM- This is the average value of reserved bit rate for


r3 CAC utilization (in kbps) measured during the
measurement interval.

FSM-r2,FSM- This is the maximum bit rate (kbps) which can be


r3 allocated by the CAC which
is specified by the following configuration
parameters:-
If traffic shaping type is "OFF" or "WFQ", it is the
FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of packets that could not be
subtraction of DCNCommittedBitRate and
r3 transmitted over the interface due to congestion.
SignallingCommittedBitRate
cacCommittedBitRate - DCNCommittedBitRate
- SignallingCommittedBitRate
FSM-r2,FSM- The totalshaping
If traffic numbertypeof kilo-bytes
is "PATH",that could notbitbe
committed
r3 transmitted
rate (CIR) over the interface due to congestion.
NOTE:
is used.1000 bytes DCNCommittedBitRate
Otherwise are treated as 1 kilobyteand/or
and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
SignallingCommittedBitRate
1000 be x bytes.
FSM-r2,FSM- shall
The number subtracted if management
of inbound packets thatplane
wereand/or
r3 control plane use the same
delivered to higher-layer protocols.
interface
In case of Hybrid backhaul (Eth/VLAN + ML-
PPP)
FSM-r2,FSM- The total number
If traffic shapingoftype
kilo-bytes received by the
is "PATH".
r3 interface, including framing characters.
Ethernet/VLAN interfaces: Committed
NOTE:
Information 1000Rate
bytes are treated
(CIR) of the as 1 kilobyte and
thus
CAC the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
instance.
1000 x bytes.interface: cacCommittedBitRate
FSM-r2,FSM- The ML-PPP
number of outbound packets that were
r3 DCNCommittedBitRate
successfully transmitted. and/or
SignallingCommittedBitRate shall be
subtracted if management plane and/or control
plane use the same interface.
FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted by the
r3 interface, including framing characters.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
1000 x bytes.
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of received IP packets or fragments
r3 that are discarded for one or more of the
following reasons shall be counted for each IP
transport interface:
- Unknown protocol (see WBTS_TRS_10816 for
supported protocols)
- IP version number mismatch
- Time-To-Live exceeded (TTL=0 or TTL=1 for
routed SSE traffic (LTE only)) (Note 2)
- IP header checksum failure
- fragment identification unknown (for non first
fragments that get discarded as the identification
hasn't been setup yet) / dropped fragments due
to re-assembly time out.
FSM-r2,FSM- This is the maximum value of the reserved bit
r3 rate for CAC utilization (in kbps) measured during
the measurement interval.

FSM-r2,FSM- This is the minimum value of reserved bit rate for


r3 CAC utilization (in kbps) measured during the
measurement interval.

FSM-r2,FSM- This is the average value of reserved bit rate for


r3 CAC utilization (in kbps) measured during the
measurement interval.

FSM-r2,FSM- This is the maximum bit rate (kbps) which can be


r3 allocated by the CAC which
is specified by the following configuration
parameters:-
If traffic shaping type is "OFF" or "WFQ", it is the
FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of packets that could not be
subtraction of DCNCommittedBitRate and
r3 transmitted over the interface due to congestion.
SignallingCommittedBitRate
cacCommittedBitRate - DCNCommittedBitRate -
SignallingCommittedBitRate
FSM-r2,FSM- The totalshaping
If traffic numbertype
of kilo-bytes
is "PATH", that could notbitbe
committed
r3 transmitted
rate (CIR) over the interface due to congestion.
NOTE:
is used.1000 bytes DCNCommittedBitRate
Otherwise are treated as 1 kilobyteand/or
and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
SignallingCommittedBitRate
1000 be x bytes.
FSM-r2,FSM- shall
The totalsubtracted
number ofifkilo-bytes
management plane and/or
transmitted by the
r3 control plane use the same
interface, including framing characters, using
interface
Expedited Forwarding PHB class.
In case 1000
NOTE: of Hybrid
bytesbackhaul (Eth/VLAN
are treated + ML-and
as 1 kilobyte
PPP)
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The
If number
traffic of outbound
shaping packets that were
type is "PATH".
1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully
Ethernet/VLAN transmitted
interfaces:within the Expedited
Committed Information
Forwarding
Rate (CIR) of PHBthe class.
CAC instance.
FSM-r2,FSM- ML-PPP
The number interface: cacCommittedBitRate
of outbound kilo-bytes within the
r3 DCNCommittedBitRate
Expedited Forwarding PHB and/or
class that were
SignallingCommittedBitRate
dropped in the IP scheduler due shalltobe subtracted if
congestion.
management plane and/or control
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte plane useandthe
same interface.
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets within the
1000 x bytes.
r3 Expedited Forwarding PHB class that were
dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted out of


r3 the interface, including framing characters, using
the Assured Forwarding 4 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully transmitted within the Assured
Forwarding 4 PHB class.
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the
r3 Assured Forwarding 4 PHB class that were
dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets within the
1000 x bytes.
r3 Assured Forwarding 4 PHB class that were
dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted out of


r3 the interface, including framing characters, using
the Assured Forwarding 3 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully transmitted within the Assured
Forwarding 3 PHB class.

FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the


r3 Assured Forwarding 3 PHB class that were
dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets within the
1000 x bytes.
r3 Assured Forwarding 3 PHB class that were
dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted out of


r3 the interface, including framing characters, using
the Assured Forwarding 2 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully transmitted within the Assured
Forwarding 2 PHB class.

FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the


r3 Assured Forwarding 2 PHB class that were
dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets within the
1000 x bytes.
r3 Assured Forwarding 2 PHB class that were
dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted out of


r3 the interface, including framing characters, using
the Assured Forwarding 1 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully transmitted within the Assured
Forwarding 1 PHB class.
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the
r3 Assured Forwarding 1 PHB class that were
dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets within the
1000 x bytes.
r3 Assured Forwarding 1 PHB class that were
dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted out of


r3 the interface, including framing characters, using
the Best Effort PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully transmitted within the Best Effort
PHB class.

FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the


r3 Best Effort PHB class that were dropped in the IP
scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets within the Best
1000 x bytes.
r3 Effort PHB class that were dropped in the IP
scheduler due to congestion.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes received by the


r3 interface, including framing characters, using
Expedited Forwarding PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully received within the Expedited
Forwarding PHB class.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes received out of the


r3 interface, including framing characters, using the
Assured Forwarding 4 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully received within the Assured
Forwarding 4 PHB class.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes received out of the


r3 interface, including framing characters, using the
Assured Forwarding 3 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully received within the Assured
Forwarding 3 PHB class.
FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes received out of the
r3 interface, including framing characters, using the
Assured Forwarding 2 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully received within the Assured
Forwarding 2 PHB class.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes received out of the


r3 interface, including framing characters, using the
Assured Forwarding 1 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully received within the Assured
Forwarding 1 PHB class.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes received out of the


r3 interface, including framing characters, using the
Best Effort PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of inbound packets that were
applies: 1 kilobyte = 1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully received within the Best Effort PHB
class.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted by the


r3 interface, including framing characters, using
Expedited Forwarding PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets that were
applies: 1 kilobyte = 1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully transmitted within the Expedited
Forwarding PHB class.

FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the


r3 Expedited Forwarding PHB class that were
dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets within the
applies: 1 kilobyte = 1000 x bytes.
r3 Expedited Forwarding PHB class that were
dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted out of


r3 the interface, including framing characters, using
the Assured Forwarding 4 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets that were
applies: 1 kilobyte = 1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully transmitted within the Assured
Forwarding 4 PHB class.
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the
r3 Assured Forwarding 4 PHB class that were
dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets within the
applies: 1 kilobyte = 1000 x bytes.
r3 Assured Forwarding 4 PHB class that were
dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted out of


r3 the interface, including framing characters, using
the Assured Forwarding 3 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets that were
applies: 1 kilobyte = 1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully transmitted within the Assured
Forwarding 3 PHB class.

FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the


r3 Assured Forwarding 3 PHB class that were
dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets within the
1000 x bytes.
r3 Assured Forwarding 3 PHB class that were
dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted out of


r3 the interface, including framing characters, using
the Assured Forwarding 2 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully transmitted within the Assured
Forwarding 2 PHB class.

FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the


r3 Assured Forwarding 2 PHB class that were
dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets within the
1000 x bytes.
r3 Assured Forwarding 2 PHB class that were
dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted out of


r3 the interface, including framing characters, using
the Assured Forwarding 1 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully transmitted within the Assured
Forwarding 1 PHB class.
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the
r3 Assured Forwarding 1 PHB class that were
dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets within the
1000 x bytes.
r3 Assured Forwarding 1 PHB class that were
dropped in the IP scheduler due to congestion.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted out of


r3 the interface, including framing characters, using
the Best Effort PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully transmitted within the Best Effort
PHB class.

FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound kilo-bytes within the


r3 Best Effort PHB class that were dropped in the IP
scheduler due to congestion.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of outbound packets within the Best
1000 x bytes.
r3 Effort PHB class that were dropped in the IP
scheduler due to congestion.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes received by the


r3 interface, including framing characters, using
Expedited Forwarding PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully received within the Expedited
Forwarding PHB class.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes received out of


r3 the interface, including framing characters, using
the Assured Forwarding 4 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully received within the Assured
Forwarding 4 PHB class.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes received out of


r3 the interface, including framing characters, using
the Assured Forwarding 3 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully received within the Assured
Forwarding 3 PHB class.
FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes received out of
r3 the interface, including framing characters, using
the Assured Forwarding 2 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully received within the Assured
Forwarding 2 PHB class.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes received out of


r3 the interface, including framing characters, using
the Assured Forwarding 1 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully received within the Assured
Forwarding 1 PHB class.

FSM-r2,FSM- The total number of kilo-bytes received out of


r3 the interface, including framing characters, using
the Best Effort PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
FSM-r2,FSM- The number of inbound packets that were
1000 x bytes.
r3 successfully received within the Best Effort PHB
class.

Flexi Lite The number of received ESP or AH packets


BTS,FSM- addressed to a local tunnel endpoint with a SPI
r2,FSM-r3 which is not related to any existing IPsec SA.

Note: AH packets are not supported by the


Flexi Lite The number of received packets, either not
system but should be included in this counter as
BTS,FSM- addressed to a local tunnel endpoint or
by design an AH SA can not be found for this
r2,FSM-r3 addressed to a local tunnel endpoint but not ESP
packets
or AH, that match the default policy but not
matching any user defined policy.
Flexi Lite The number of received packets, either not
BTS,FSM- addressed to a local tunnel endpoint or
r2,FSM-r3 addressed to a local tunnel endpoint but not ESP
or AH, that match a bypass policy.
Flexi Lite The number of received packets, either not
BTS,FSM- addressed to a local tunnel endpoint or
r2,FSM-r3 addressed to a local tunnel endpoint but not ESP
or AH, that match a discard policy.
Flexi Lite The number of received unprotected packets (i.e
Note: Discarded packets matching the default
BTS,FSM- not ESP or AH), either not addressed to a local
policy are not counted with this counter.
r2,FSM-r3 tunnel endpoint or addressed to a local tunnel
endpoint, that match a protect policy.
Flexi Lite Number of outgoing packets matching the default
BTS,FSM- policy.
r2,FSM-r3
Flexi Lite Number of outgoing packets matching a bypass
BTS,FSM- policy.
r2,FSM-r3

Flexi Lite Number of outgoing packets matching a discard


BTS,FSM- policy.
r2,FSM-r3
Note: Discarded packets matching the default
policy are not counted with this counter.
Flexi Lite The number of failed SA establishments.
BTS,FSM-r3

Flexi Lite The number of received ESP packets addressed


BTS,FSM- to a local tunnel endpoint which are received with
r2,FSM-r3 a SPI of an existing IPsec SA.

Note: this counter includes both successfully and


Flexi Lite The number of received ESP packets addressed
unsuccessfully received packets as long as the
BTS,FSM- to a local tunnel endpoint which are received with
SPI exists
r2,FSM-r3 a SPI of an existing IPsec SA but the packets are
discarded because the sequence number of the
packets are outside the anti replay window.
Flexi Lite The number of received ESP packets addressed
BTS,FSM- to a local tunnel endpoint which are received with
r2,FSM-r3 a SPI of an existing IPsec SA, the packets fit into
the anti replay window but the packets could not
be decrypted or authenticated correctly.
Flexi Lite The number of received ESP packets addressed
BTS,FSM- to a local tunnel endpoint with a SPI of an
Note: Packets with other errors than decryption
r2,FSM-r3 existing IPsec SA, the packets fit into the anti
or authentication are not counted here.
replay window, the packets could be decrypted
and authenticated but the packets do not match
Flexi Lite The number of transmitted ESP packets.
the traffic selectors configured for the associated
BTS,FSM-
policy.
r2,FSM-r3
Note: IPsec protect policies can be referenced by
Flexi Lite Frame lossorder
the policy statistics
numberfor RX lost frames.This
BTS,FSM- helps to detect and analyze network problems
r2,FSM-r3 caused by frame loss between two peers.

FrameLossCurrentInterval[near-end] =
Flexi Lite Number of received frames when the past 15
accumulated lost RX frames during the past
BTS,FSM- minute interval has started.
interval.
r2,FSM-r3

Flexi Lite The near end frame loss ratio.


BTS,FSM-
r2,FSM-r3 The formula used is:
Frame loss ratio[near-end]= (Lost RX frames
from peer / (RX frames from peer + Lost RX
Flexi Lite Frame loss statistics for TX lost frames.This
frames from peer)) * 100
BTS,FSM- helps to detect and analyze network problems
r2,FSM-r3 caused by frame loss between two peers.

FrameLossCurrentInterval[far-end] =
accumulated lost TX frames during the past
interval.
Flexi Lite Number of transmitted Soam frames.
BTS,FSM-
r2,FSM-r3

Flexi Lite Far end frame loss ratio.


BTS,FSM-
r2,FSM-r3 The formula used is:
Frame loss ratio[far-end]=(Lost TX frames to peer
/ TX frames to peer) * 100
Flexi Lite The two-way average delay statistics for 15
BTS,FSM- minute intervals per local delay measurement.
r2,FSM-r3
Average frame delay(two-way) = (Total frame
delay(two-way) / number of samples))
Flexi Lite The maximum two-way delay statistics for 15
BTS,FSM- minute intervals per local delay measurement.
r2,FSM-r3

Flexi Lite The minimum two-way delay statistics for 15


BTS,FSM- minute intervals per local delay measurement.
r2,FSM-r3

Flexi Lite Soam one way near-end delay variation statistics


BTS,FSM- per local delay measurement.
r2,FSM-r3 This is the difference of minimum and maximum
one-way near-end frame delay.
Flexi Lite Soam one way far-end delay variation statistics
One-way delay variation(near)= (Maximum frame
BTS,FSM- per local delay measurement.
delay(one-way_near) - Minimum frame
r2,FSM-r3 This is the difference of minimum and maximum
delay(one-way_near))
one-way frame delay.
Flexi Lite The number of ethernet frames received on the
Formula used:
BTS,FSM- interface. This includes those that may be
One-way delay variation(far)=(Maximum frame
r2,FSM-r3 subsequently discarded due to errors.
delay(one-way_far) - Minimum frame delay(one-
way_far))
Flexi Lite Number of octets in valid frames received on the
BTS,FSM- Ethernet interface layer.
r2,FSM-r3 NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
1000 x bytes.
Flexi Lite The number of ethernet frames transmitted on
BTS,FSM- the interface.
r2,FSM-r3

Flexi Lite The number of ethernet bytes transmitted on the


BTS,FSM- interface.
r2,FSM-r3 NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
1000 x bytes.
Flexi Lite Number of Ethernet frames received at the Data
BTS,FSM- Link Layer demultiplexer of an internal or external
r2,FSM-r3 Ethernet Interface, but discarded due to unknown
VLAN ID.

NOTE: _15 is just a string and has no special


relevance in counter name.
Flexi Lite The total number of kilo-bytes transmitted out of
BTS,FSM- the interface, including framing characters, using
r2,FSM-r3 the Assured Forwarding 2 PHB class.
NOTE: 1000 bytes are treated as 1 kilobyte and
thus the following equation applies: 1 kilobyte =
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
1000 x bytes.
BTS,FSM- there are no HSDPA users in the target cell and
r2,FSM- one HSDPA user in the other cell (0-1).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are no HSDPA users in the target cell and
r2,FSM- two HSDPA users in the other cell (0-2).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are no HSDPA users in the target cell and
r2,FSM- three HSDPA users in the other cell (0-3).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there is one HSDPA user in the target cell and no
r2,FSM- HSDPA users in the other cell (1-0).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there is one HSDPA user in the target cell and
r2,FSM- one HSDPA user in the other cell (1-1).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there is one HSDPA user in the target cell and
r2,FSM- two HSDPA users in the other cell (1-2).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are two HSDPA users in the target cell and
r2,FSM- no HSDPA users in the other cell (2-0).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are two HSDPA users in the target cell and
r2,FSM- one HSDPA user in the other cell (2-1).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are three HSDPA users in the target cell
r2,FSM- and no HSDPA users in the other cell (3-0).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are no HSDPA users in the target cell and
r2,FSM- four HSDPA users in the other cell (0-4).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are no HSDPA users in the target cell and
r2,FSM- five HSDPA users in the other cell (0-5).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are no HSDPA users in the target cell and
r2,FSM- six HSDPA users in the other cell (0-6).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there is one HSDPA user in the target cell and
r2,FSM- three HSDPA users in the other cell (1-3).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there is one HSDPA user in the target cell and
r2,FSM- four HSDPA users in the other cell (1-4).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there is one HSDPA user in the target cell and
r2,FSM- five HSDPA users in the other cell (1-5).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there is one HSDPA user in the target cell and six
r2,FSM- HSDPA users in the other cell (1-6).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are two HSDPA users in the target cell and
r2,FSM- two HSDPA users in the other cell (2-2).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are two HSDPA users in the target cell and
r2,FSM- three HSDPA users in the other cell (2-3).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are two HSDPA users in the target cell and
r2,FSM- four HSDPA users in the other cell (2-4).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are two HSDPA users in the target cell and
r2,FSM- five HSDPA users in the other cell (2-5).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are two HSDPA users in the target cell and
r2,FSM- six HSDPA users in the other cell (2-6).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are three HSDPA users in the target cell
r2,FSM- and one HSDPA user in the other cell (3-1).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are three HSDPA users in the target cell
r2,FSM- and two HSDPA users in the other cell (3-2).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are three HSDPA users in the target cell
r2,FSM- and three HSDPA users in the other cell (3-3).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are three HSDPA users in the target cell
r2,FSM- and four HSDPA users in the other cell (3-4).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are three HSDPA users in the target cell
r2,FSM- and five HSDPA users in the other cell (3-5).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are three HSDPA users in the target cell
r2,FSM- and six HSDPA users in the other cell (3-6).
r3,Flexi Zone Note: The counter shows information from one
Pico,SBTS Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are no HSDPA user in the target cell and
r2,FSM- seven HSDPA users in the other cell.
r3,SBTS Note: The counter shows information from one
Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are no HSDPA user in the target cell and
r2,FSM- eight HSDPA users in the other cell.
r3,SBTS Note: The counter shows information from one
Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are one HSDPA user in the target cell and
r2,FSM- seven HSDPA users in the other cell.
r3,SBTS Note: The counter shows information from one
Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are one HSDPA user in the target cell and
r2,FSM- eight HSDPA users in the other cell.
r3,SBTS Note: The counter shows information from one
Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are two HSDPA users in the target cell and
r2,FSM- seven HSDPA users in the other cell.
r3,SBTS Note: The counter shows information from one
Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are four HSDPA user in the target cell and
r2,FSM- no HSDPA user in the other cell.
r3,SBTS Note: The counter shows information from one
Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are four HSDPA users in the target cell and
r2,FSM- one HSDPA user in the other cell.
r3,SBTS Note: The counter shows information from one
Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are four HSDPA users in the target cell and
r2,FSM- two HSDPA users in the other cell.
r3,SBTS Note: The counter shows information from one
Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are four HSDPA users in the target cell and
r2,FSM- three HSDPA users in the other cell.
r3,SBTS Note: The counter shows information from one
Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are four HSDPA users in the target cell and
r2,FSM- four HSDPA users in the other cell.
r3,SBTS Note: The counter shows information from one
Tcell group.
Flexi Lite Number of scheduled HSDPA users per TTI when
BTS,FSM- there are four HSDPA users in the target cell and
r2,FSM- five HSDPA users in the other cell.
r3,SBTS Note: The counter shows information from one
Tcell group.
Updated Logical Type

When one MAC-hs PDU or MAC-ehs PDU is Cumulative


correctly delivered without retransmission and the
ack has been received the counter is incremented
by one.
When one MAC-hs PDU or MAC-ehs PDU is Cumulative
retransmitted once and the ack has been received,
the counter is incremented by one.

When one MAC-hs PDU or MAC-ehs PDU is Cumulative


retransmitted twice and the ack has been received,
the counter is incremented by one.

When one MAC-hs PDU or MAC-ehs PDU is Cumulative


retransmitted three times and the ack has been
received, the counter is incremented by one.

When one MAC-hs PDU or MAC-ehs PDU is Cumulative


retransmitted four times and the ack has been
received, the counter is incremented by one.

When one MAC-hs PDU or MAC-ehs PDU is Cumulative


retransmitted more than four times and the ack has
been received, the counter is incremented by one.

The counter is incremented by the BTS when Cumulative


MAC-d PDU is dropped from BTS buffer due to
overflow of the buffer.

The BTS counts the total number of received MAC- Cumulative


d PDUs.

The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative


depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
secondary cell.
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
secondary cell.
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
secondary cell.
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the classified counter Cumulative
secondary cell.
depending on the CQI value. In the multi carrier
case the value of primary cell CQI is updated to
cell which is this user's primary cell and the value
of secondary cell CQI to the cell which is this user's
The BTS increments the counter when the failed Cumulative
secondary cell.
CQI decoding occurs. In the multi carrier case the
counter is updated to cell which is this user's
primary cell and to the cell which is this user's
secondary cell.
When the BTS received MAC-D PDUs from RNC. Cumulative

The delay time starts when the MAC-D PDU is Average


received from the RNC to the BTS buffer and stops
when the MAC-hs PDU, including the received
MAC-D PDU(s), is transmitted to the UE.
The delay time starts when the MAC-D PDU is Min
received from the RNC to the BTS buffer and stops
when the MAC-hs PDU, including the received
MAC-D PDU(s), is transmitted to the UE.
The delay time starts when the MAC-D PDU is Max
received from the RNC to the BTS buffer and stops
when the MAC-hs PDU, including the received
MAC-D PDU(s), is transmitted to the UE.
The counter is incremented by one for each empty Cumulative
TTIs.

When there is data to be sent in the buffers but it is Cumulative


not sent, the counter is incremented by one for
each unscheduled TTI.
When the MAC-hs PDU is discarded due to T1 Cumulative
timer.

When the MAC-hs PDU is discarded due to Cumulative


maximum number of retransmissions.

When the MAC-hs PDU is discarded due to some Cumulative


other reason.

When the original MAC-hs PDU transmission with Cumulative


1 code by QPSK modulation is done in the BTS.

When the original MAC-hs PDU transmission with Cumulative


2 code by QPSK modulation is done in the BTS.

When the original MAC-hs PDU transmission with Cumulative


3 code by QPSK modulation is done in the BTS.

When the original MAC-hs PDU transmission with Cumulative


4 code by QPSK modulation is done in the BTS.

When the original MAC-hs PDU transmission with Cumulative


5 code by QPSK modulation is done in the BTS.

When the original MAC-hs PDU transmission with Cumulative


1 code by 16QAM modulation is done in the BTS.

When the original MAC-hs PDU transmission with Cumulative


2 code by 16QAM modulation is done in the BTS.

When the original MAC-hs PDU transmission with Cumulative


3 code by 16QAM modulation is done in the BTS.

When the original MAC-hs PDU transmission with Cumulative


4 code by 16QAM modulation is done in the BTS.
When the original MAC-hs PDU transmission with Cumulative
5 code by 16QAM modulation is done in BTS.

When the MAC-hs PDU retransmission with 1 code Cumulative


by QPSK modulation is done in the BTS.

When the MAC-hs PDU retransmission with 2 code Cumulative


by QPSK modulation is done in the BTS.

When the MAC-hs PDU retransmission with 3 code Cumulative


by QPSK modulation is done in the BTS.

When the MAC-hs PDU retransmission with 4 code Cumulative


by QPSK modulation is done in the BTS.

When the MAC-hs PDU retransmission with 5 code Cumulative


by QPSK modulation is done in the BTS.

When the MAC-hs PDU retransmission with 1 code Cumulative


by 16QAM modulation is done in the BTS.

When the MAC-hs PDU retransmission with 2 code Cumulative


by 16QAM modulation is done in the BTS.

When the MAC-hs PDU retransmission with 3 code Cumulative


by 16QAM modulation is done in the BTS.

When the MAC-hs PDU retransmission with 4 code Cumulative


by 16QAM modulation is done in the BTS.

When the MAC-hs PDU retransmission with 5 code Cumulative


by 16QAM modulation is done in the BTS.

The HS-SCCH transmit power is measured by Cumulative


each active TTI (when sending data) in BTS. Each
active TTI increments the correct class of the HS-
SCCH power distribution. I.e. the number of TTIs (2
ms) in a different class indicate the amount of time
spent.
The HS-SCCH transmit power is measured by Cumulative
each active TTI (when sending data) in BTS. Each
active TTI increments the correct class of the HS-
SCCH power distribution. I.e. the number of TTIs (2
ms) in a different class indicate the amount of time
The HS-SCCH transmit power is measured by Cumulative
spent.
each active TTI (when sending data) in BTS. Each
active TTI increments the correct class of the HS-
SCCH power distribution. I.e. the number of TTIs (2
ms) in a different class indicate the amount of time
The HS-SCCH transmit power is measured by Cumulative
spent.
each active TTI (when sending data) in BTS. Each
active TTI increments the correct class of the HS-
SCCH power distribution. I.e. the number of TTIs (2
ms) in a different class indicate the amount of time
The HS-SCCH transmit power is measured by Cumulative
spent.
each active TTI (when sending data) in BTS. Each
active TTI increments the correct class of the HS-
SCCH power distribution. I.e. the number of TTIs (2
ms) in a different class indicate the amount of time
The HS-SCCH transmit power is measured by Cumulative
spent.
each active TTI (when sending data) in BTS. Each
active TTI increments the correct class of the HS-
SCCH power distribution. I.e. the number of TTIs (2
ms) in a different class indicate the amount of time
The HS-SCCH transmit power is measured by Sum
spent.
each active TTI (when sending data) in BTS. The
sum of HS-DSCH power is updated to all TTIs.

Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative


the user buffer.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
When the BTS transmits the original MAC-hs PDU Cumulative
with 6 codes using QPSK modulation.

When the BTS transmits the original MAC-hs PDU Cumulative


with 7 codes using QPSK modulation.

When the BTS transmits the original MAC-hs PDU Cumulative


with 8 codes using QPSK modulation.

When the BTS transmits the original MAC-hs PDU Cumulative


with 9 codes using QPSK modulation.

When the BTS transmits the original MAC-hs PDU Cumulative


with 10 codes using QPSK modulation.
When the BTS transmits the original MAC-hs PDU Cumulative
with 11 codes using QPSK modulation.

When the BTS transmits the original MAC-hs PDU Cumulative


with 12 codes using QPSK modulation.

When the BTS transmits the original MAC-hs PDU Cumulative


with 13 codes using QPSK modulation.

When the BTS transmits the original MAC-hs PDU Cumulative


with 14 codes using QPSK modulation.

When the BTS transmits the original MAC-hs PDU Cumulative


with 15 codes using QPSK modulation.

When the BTS transmits the original MAC-hs PDU Cumulative


with 6 codes using 16QAM modulation.

When the BTS transmits the original MAC-hs PDU Cumulative


with 7 codes using 16QAM modulation.

When the BTS transmits the original MAC-hs PDU Cumulative


with 8 codes using 16QAM modulation.

When the BTS transmits the original MAC-hs PDU Cumulative


with 9 codes using 16QAM modulation.

When the BTS transmits the original MAC-hs PDU Cumulative


with 10 codes using 16QAM modulation.

When the BTS transmits the original MAC-hs PDU Cumulative


with 11 codes using 16QAM modulation.

When the BTS transmits the original MAC-hs PDU Cumulative


with 12 codes using 16QAM modulation.
When the BTS transmits the original MAC-hs PDU Cumulative
with 13 codes using 16QAM modulation.

When the BTS transmits the original MAC-hs PDU Cumulative


with 14 codes using 16QAM modulation.

When the BTS transmits the original MAC-hs PDU Cumulative


with 15 codes using 16QAM modulation.

When the BTS retransmits the original MAC-hs Cumulative


PDU with 6 codes using QPSK modulation.

When the BTS retransmits the original MAC-hs Cumulative


PDU with 7 codes using QPSK modulation.

When the BTS retransmits the original MAC-hs Cumulative


PDU with 8 codes using QPSK modulation.

When the BTS retransmits the original MAC-hs Cumulative


PDU with 9 codes using QPSK modulation.

When the BTS retransmits the original MAC-hs Cumulative


PDU with 10 codes using QPSK modulation.

When the BTS retransmits the original MAC-hs Cumulative


PDU with 11 codes using QPSK modulation.

When the BTS retransmits the original MAC-hs Cumulative


PDU with 12 codes using QPSK modulation.

When the BTS retransmits the original MAC-hs Cumulative


PDU with 13 codes using QPSK modulation.

When the BTS retransmits the original MAC-hs Cumulative


PDU with 14 codes using QPSK modulation.
When the BTS retransmits the original MAC-hs Cumulative
PDU with 15 codes using QPSK modulation.

When the BTS retransmits the original MAC-hs Cumulative


PDU with 6 codes using 16QAM modulation.

When the BTS retransmits the original MAC-hs Cumulative


PDU with 7 codes using 16QAM modulation.

When the BTS retransmits the original MAC-hs Cumulative


PDU with 8 codes using 16QAM modulation.

When the BTS retransmits the original MAC-hs Cumulative


PDU with 9 codes using 16QAM modulation.

When the BTS retransmits the original MAC-hs Cumulative


PDU with 10 codes using 16QAM modulation.

When the BTS retransmits the original MAC-hs Cumulative


PDU with 11 codes using 16QAM modulation.

When the BTS retransmits the original MAC-hs Cumulative


PDU with 12 codes using 16QAM modulation.

When the BTS retransmits the original MAC-hs Cumulative


PDU with 13 codes using 16QAM modulation.

When the BTS retransmits the original MAC-hs Cumulative


PDU with 14 codes using 16QAM modulation.

When the BTS retransmits the original MAC-hs Cumulative


PDU with 15 codes using 16QAM modulation.

When a MAC-d PDU is received by the BTS. Sum


When a MAC-d PDU is dropped from the BTS Sum
buffer due to overflow.

When a MAC-e PDU is received correctly with the Cumulative


number of retransmissions indicated in the counter
name. This counter is also applicable for MAC-i.
Counter updated only for serving cell.
When a MAC-e PDU is received correctly with the Cumulative
number of retransmissions indicated in the counter
name. This counter is also applicable for MAC-i.
Counter updated only for serving cell.
When a MAC-e PDU is received correctly with the Cumulative
number of retransmissions indicated in the counter
name. This counter is also applicable for MAC-i.
Counter updated only for serving cell.
When a MAC-e PDU is received correctly with the Cumulative
number of retransmissions indicated in the counter
name. This counter is also applicable for MAC-i.
Counter updated only for serving cell.
When a MAC-e PDU is received correctly with the Cumulative
number of retransmissions indicated in the counter
name. This counter is also applicable for MAC-i.
Counter updated only for serving cell.
When a MAC-e PDU is received correctly with the Cumulative
number of retransmissions indicated in the counter
name. This counter is also applicable for MAC-i.
Counter updated only for serving cell.
When a MAC-e PDU is received correctly with the Cumulative
number of retransmissions indicated in the counter
name. This counter is also applicable for MAC-i.
Counter updated only for serving cell.
When a MAC-e PDU is received correctly with the Cumulative
number of retransmissions indicated in the counter
name. This counter is also applicable for MAC-i.
Counter updated only for serving cell.
When a MAC-e PDU is received correctly with the Cumulative
number of retransmissions indicated in the counter
name. This counter is also applicable for MAC-i.
Counter updated only for serving cell.
When a MAC-e PDU is received correctly with the Cumulative
number of retransmissions indicated in the counter
name. This counter is also applicable for MAC-i.
Counter updated only for serving cell.
When a MAC-e PDU is received correctly with the Cumulative
number of retransmissions indicated in the counter
name. This counter is also applicable for MAC-i.
Counter updated only for serving cell.
When a MAC-e PDU is received correctly with the Cumulative
number of retransmissions indicated in the counter
name. This counter is also applicable for MAC-i.
Counter updated only for serving cell.
When a MAC-e PDU is received correctly with the Cumulative
number of retransmissions indicated in the counter
name. This counter is also applicable for MAC-i.
Counter updated only for serving cell.
When a DTX is detected. Cumulative

When a new MAC-e PDU transmission is received Cumulative


and DTX detected but the previous MAC-e PDU
was not succesfully received. This counter is also
applicable for MAC-i. Counter updated only for
serving cell.
When a MAC-e PDU is correctly received but the Cumulative
number of retransmissions is not known. This
counter is also applicable for MAC-i. Counter
updated only for serving cell.
Updated in 100 ms periods. Cumulative

Updated in 100 ms periods. Cumulative

Updated in 100 ms periods. Cumulative

Updated in 100 ms periods. Cumulative

Updated in 100 ms periods. Cumulative

Updated in 100 ms periods. Cumulative

Updated in 100 ms periods. Min


Updated in 100 ms periods. Max

Updated in 100 ms periods. Average

Updated in 100 ms periods. Min

Updated in 100 ms periods. Max

Updated in 100 ms periods. Average

Congestion Control entity remembers the Cumulative


congestion type of previous total credit reduction.
In each 20ms iteration, in case the type was "delay
build-up" and "total credits" granted to RNC have
not yet recovered from the reduction (with
Congestion Control entity remembers the Cumulative
conservative safety margin to account for longer
congestion type of previous total credit reduction.
RTTs) it increments M5000C176 by two.
In each 20ms iteration, in case the type was
"severe delay build-up" and "total credits" granted
to RNC have not yet recovered from the reduction
Congestion Control entity remembers the Cumulative
(with conservative safety margin to account for
congestion type of previous total credit reduction.
longer RTTs) it increments M5000C177 by two.
In each 20ms iteration, in case the type was "frame
loss detected via sequence number discontinuity or
CRC error" and "total credits" granted to RNC have
When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative
not yet recovered from the reduction (with
in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
conservative safety margin to account for longer
Power Headroom has value 0.
RTTs) it increments M5000C178 by two.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 1.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 2.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 3.
When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative
in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 4.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 5.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 6.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 7.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 8.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 9.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 10.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 11.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 12.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 13.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 14.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 15.
When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative
in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 16.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 17.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 18.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 19.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 20.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 21.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 22.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 23.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 24.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 25.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 26.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 27.
When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative
in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 28.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 29.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 30.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the serving radio link set and the parameter UE
Power Headroom has value 31.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 0.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 1.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 2.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 3.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 4.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 5.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 6.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 7.
When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative
in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 8.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 9.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 10.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 11.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 12.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 13.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 14.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 15.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 16.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 17.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 18.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 19.
When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative
in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 20.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 21.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 22.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 23.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 24.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 25.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 26.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 27.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 28.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 29.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 30.

When BTS receives a Scheduling Information PDU Cumulative


in the non-serving radio link set and the parameter
UE Power Headroom has value 31.
When BTS sends E-RGCH down command to non- Cumulative
serving UEs due to a power overload situation.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Cumulative


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Cumulative


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Cumulative


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Cumulative


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Cumulative


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Cumulative


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Cumulative


run

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Cumulative


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Cumulative


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Cumulative


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Cumulative


run.
When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Cumulative
run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Cumulative


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Cumulative


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Cumulative


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Cumulative


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Cumulative


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Cumulative


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Cumulative


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Cumulative


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Cumulative


run.

Each time E-DPCCH from HSUPA UE is reliably Cumulative


received.

Each time E-DPCCH from HSUPA UE is reliably Cumulative


received.
When the measured HS-PDSCH transmission Cumulative
power is within class ranges.

When the measured HS-PDSCH transmission Cumulative


power is within class ranges.

When the measured HS-PDSCH transmission Cumulative


power is within class ranges.

When the measured HS-PDSCH transmission Cumulative


power is within class ranges.

When the measured HS-PDSCH transmission Cumulative


power is within class ranges.

When the measured HS-PDSCH transmission Cumulative


power is within class ranges.

When the measured HS-PDSCH transmission Cumulative


power is within class ranges.

When the measured HS-PDSCH transmission Cumulative


power is within class ranges.

When the measured HS-PDSCH transmission Cumulative


power is within class ranges.

When the measured HS-PDSCH transmission Cumulative


power is within class ranges.

When a 656 bit MAC-d PDU is dropped due to BTS Cumulative


buffer overflow.

When a MAC-d PDU is dropped due to maximum Cumulative


number of retransmissions.
When a 656 bit MAC-d PDU is dropped due to Cumulative
maximum number of retransmissions.

When a MAC-d PDU is dropped because of other Cumulative


reason than maximum number of retransmissions
or BTS buffer overflow.

When a 656 bit MAC-d PDU is dropped because of Cumulative


other reason than maximum number of
retransmissions or BTS buffer overflow.

This counter is incremented whenever a MAC-ehs Cumulative


PDU is transmitted the first time using 64QAM
modulation.

This counter is incremented whenever a MAC-ehs Cumulative


PDU is re-transmitted using 64QAM modulation.

The number of users is sampled with 2 ms period Sum


and summed to this counter.

Periodically Max

The number of users is sampled with 2 ms period Sum


and summed to this counter.

Periodically Max

Updated after every slot. Sum

Updated after every slot. Sum

Periodically Sum
Periodically Sum

Periodically Sum

Periodically Sum

Periodically Sum

Periodically Average

Periodically, when BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler Sum


algorithm is running.

Periodically, when BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler Sum


algorithm is running.

Periodically, when BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler Sum


algorithm is running.

Periodically, when BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler Sum


algorithm is running.

Periodically, when BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler Sum


algorithm is running.

Periodically, when BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler Sum


algorithm is running.

Periodically, when BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler Sum


algorithm is running.
Periodically, when BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler Sum
algorithm is running.

Periodically, when BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler Sum


algorithm is running.

Periodically, when BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler Sum


algorithm is running.

Periodically, when BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler Sum


algorithm is running.

Periodically, when BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler Sum


algorithm is running.

Periodically, when BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler Sum


algorithm is running.

Periodically, when BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler Sum


algorithm is running.

Periodically, when BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler Sum


algorithm is running.

Periodically, when BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler Sum


algorithm is running.

Periodically, when BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler Sum


algorithm is running.

Periodically, when BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler Sum


algorithm is running.

Periodically, when BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler Sum


algorithm is running.
Periodically, when BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler Sum
algorithm is running.

Periodically, when BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler Sum


algorithm is running.

The counter is updated when BTS receives a Cumulative


MAC-e / MAC-i PDU with 2 ms TTI (Transmission
Time Interval).

The counter is updated when BTS receives a Cumulative


MAC-e / MAC-i PDU with 10 ms TTI (Transmission
Time Interval).

The counter is updated when BTS receives a Cumulative


MAC-e / MAC-i PDU with 2 ms TTI (Transmission
Time Interval).

The counter is updated when BTS receives a Cumulative


MAC-e / MAC-i PDU with 10 ms TTI (Transmission
Time Interval).

Sampled with every TTI (with accuracy of 2 ms Sum


TTI) and summed to the counter.

Sampled with every TTI (with accuracy of 10 ms Sum


TTI) and summed to the counter.

The counter is updated by value 1 when the Sum


number of users is sampled periodically.

The sampled number of users is added to this Sum


counter. The number of DC-HSDPA users is
counted during each 2 ms period and the counter
is increased with this value. Only DC-HSDPA users
that use both carriers for transmission within one
The sampled number of users is added to this Sum
TTI are counted. The counter is updated for both
counter. The number of DC-HSDPA users is
(primary and secondary) cells.
counted during each 2 ms period and the counter
is increased with this value. Only DC-HSDPA users
that use only one carrier for transmission within
The sampled number of users is added to this Sum
one TTI are counted. The counter is updated only
counter when sampled value is for capable DC-
for the cell in which user data is transmitted.
HSDPA user. The number of DC HSDPA capable
users is counted during each 2 ms period and the
counter is increased with this value. For this
counter, only those DC-HSDPA users with data in
at least one of their priority queues are considered.
The counter is updated by 1 if TTI was scheduled Sum
from primary carrier when only one carrier was
used.

The counter is updated by 1 if TTI was scheduled Sum


from secondary carrier when only one carrier was
used.

The counter is updated by 1 if TTI was scheduled Sum


from primary carrier when only two carriers were
used.

The counter is updated by 1 if TTI was scheduled Sum


from secondary carrier when only two carriers were
used.

The counter is updated by 1 if a TTI was scheduled Cumulative


for a user with active MIMO single stream.

The counter is updated by 1 if a TTI was scheduled Cumulative


for a user with active MIMO dual stream.

The counter is updated when the BTS transmits Sum


the original MAC-ehs PDU for the first time using
MIMO dual stream.

The counter is updated when the BTS retransmits Sum


the original MAC-ehs PDU using MIMO dual
stream.

The counter is updated by 1 because of the Cumulative


following class criteria:
class0: sum(CQI1+CQI2)=0 or 1

The counter is updated by 1 because of the Cumulative


following class criteria:
class1: sum(CQI1+CQI2)=2 or 3

The counter is updated by 1 because of the Cumulative


following class criteria:
class2: sum(CQI1+CQI2)=4 or 5

The counter is updated by 1 because of the Cumulative


following class criteria:
class3: sum(CQI1+CQI2)=6 or 7
The counter is updated by 1 because of the Cumulative
following class criteria:
class4: sum(CQI1+CQI2)= 8 or 9 and (Diff<5)

The counter is updated by 1 because of the Cumulative


following class criteria:
class5: sum(CQI1+CQI2)= 8 or 9 and (Diff=5)

The counter is updated by 1 because of the Cumulative


following class criteria:
class6: sum(CQI1+CQI2)= 10 or 11 and (Diff<3)

The counter is updated by 1 because of the Cumulative


following class criteria:
class7: sum(CQI1+CQI2)= 10 or 11 and (Diff=3)

The counter is updated by 1 because of the Cumulative


following class criteria:
class8: sum(CQI1+CQI2)= 2 or 13

The counter is updated by 1 because of the Cumulative


following class criteria:
class9: sum(CQI1+CQI2)= (14 or 15 or 16) and
(Diff>=3)
The counter is updated by 1 because of the Cumulative
following class criteria:
class10: sum(CQI1+CQI2)= (14 or 15 or 16) and
(Diff<3)
The counter is updated by 1 because of the Cumulative
following class criteria:
class11: sum(CQI1+CQI2)= (17 or 18) and (Diff<5)

The counter is updated by 1 because of the Cumulative


following class criteria:
class12: sum(CQI1+CQI2)= (17 or 18) and
(Diff>=5)
The counter is updated by 1 because of the Cumulative
following class criteria:
class13: sum(CQI1+CQI2)= (19 or 20) and
(Diff>=5)
The counter is updated by 1 because of the Cumulative
following class criteria:
class14: sum(CQI1+CQI2)= (19 or 20) and (Diff<5)

The counter is updated by 1 because of the Cumulative


following class criteria:
class15: sum(CQI1+CQI2)= 21 or 22
The counter is updated by 1 because of the Cumulative
following class criteria:
class16: sum(CQI1+CQI2)= 23 or 24

The counter is updated by 1 because of the Cumulative


following class criteria:
class17: sum(CQI1+CQI2)= 25 or 26

The counter is updated by 1 because of the Cumulative


following class criteria:
class18: sum(CQI1+CQI2)= 27 or 28

Every 2ms the number of users is sampled and Cumulative


summed to this counter.

The counter is updated periodically and the Sum


updated value is a snapshot of the current
situation. The 16QAM modulation usage is
checked from last Narq HARQ processes. Narq
equals to the total number of HARQ processes.
The counter is updated whenever a MAC-e / MAC-i Sum
PDU is correctly received (CRC ok) and the PDU
was sent using 16QAM modulation

The counter is updated whenever a MAC-e / MAC-i Sum


PDU is incorrectly received (CRC failure) and the
PDU was sent using 16QAM modulation

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.
When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum
run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.
When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum
run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.
When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum
run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.

When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum


run.
When BTS HSUPA Packet Scheduler algorithm is Sum
run.

Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative


the HSDPA user buffers and the data (MAC-hs
PDU) is scheduled to be sent to one user.

Note: Counter is incremented for retransmissions


Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
without considering the data in user buffers.
the HSDPA user buffers and the data (MAC-hs
PDU) is scheduled to be sent to two users.

Note: Counter is incremented for retransmissions


Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
without considering the data
the HSDPA user buffers and the data (MAC-hs
in user buffers.
PDU) is scheduled to be sent to three users.

Note: Counter is incremented for retransmissions


Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
without considering the data in user buffers.
the HSDPA user buffers and the data (MAC-hs
PDU) is scheduled to be sent to four users.

Note: Counter is incremented for retransmissions


This counter is updated when the UE state is Sum
without considering the data in user buffers.
changing to the DRX state.

This counter is updated when the UE state is Sum


changing to the RX state.

The number of DC-HSDPA MIMO users is Sum


sampled with 2 ms period and summed to this
counter. Only users which use both carriers for
transmission within one TTI are counted. The
counter is updated for both (primary and
The number of DC-HSDPA MIMO users is sampled Sum
secondary) cells.
with 2 ms period and summed to this counter. Only
users which use only one carrier for transmission
are counted. The counter is updated only if users
receive data in measured cell.
The number of DC-HSDPA MIMO capable users is Sum
sampled with 2 ms period and summed to this
counter. The counter is updated regardless of the
fact whether users receive data or not.
The counter is updated by 1 if TTI was scheduled Sum
from primary carrier to DC+MIMO user when only
one carrier and Dual Stream was used.

The counter is updated by 1 if TTI was scheduled Sum


from primary carrier to DC+MIMO user when only
one carrier and Single Stream was used.
The counter is updated by 1 if TTI was scheduled Sum
from secondary carrier to DC+MIMO user when
only one carrier and Dual Stream was used.

The counter is updated by 1 if TTI was scheduled Sum


from secondary carrier to DC+MIMO user when
only one carrier and Single Stream was used.

The counter is updated by 1 if TTI was scheduled Sum


to DC+MIMO user on both carriers and Dual
Stream is used in both cells.

The counter is updated by 1 if TTI was scheduled Sum


to DC+MIMO user on both carriers and Dual
Stream and Single Stream is used in primary and
secondary cell respectively.
The counter is updated by 1 if TTI was scheduled Sum
to DC+MIMO user on both carriers and Single
Stream and Dual Stream is used in primary and
secondary cell respectively.
The counter is updated by 1 if TTI was scheduled Sum
to DC+MIMO user on both carriers and Single
Stream is used in both cell.

When a MAC-d PDU for MC traffic is received by Sum


the BTS.

When a MAC-d PDU for MC traffic is dropped from Sum


the BTS buffer because of overflow.

The counter is updated when the DL user data Sum


frame is processed by MAC-ehs to construct the
transport block.

The counter is updated when the DL control data Sum


frame is processed by MAC-ehs to construct the
transport block.

The number of MC users is counted at each TTI Sum


(2ms) and the counter is increased with this value.
Only MC users that use only one carrier for
transmission in that TTI are counted.
The counter is updated only for the cell in which
The number of MC users is counted at each TTI Sum
user data is transmitted.
(2ms) and the counter is increased with this value.
Only MC users that use two carriers for
transmission in that TTI are counted.
The counter is updated only in the primary cell.
The number of MC users is counted at each TTI Sum
(2ms) and the counter is increased with this value.
Only MC users that are allocated to use two
carriers for transmission in that TTI are counted.
Only those MC users are considered that have
The number of MC users is counted at each TTI Sum
data in at least one of their priority queues.
(2ms) and the counter is increased with this value.
The counter is updated only in the primary cell.
Only MC users that are allocated to use two
carriers for transmission in that TTI are counted.
The counter is updated only for the primary cell.
The data volume of MC users is counted at each Sum
TTI (2ms) and the counter is increased with this
value.
Only data volume of MC users that use one carrier
for transmission are counted and the value is
The data volume of MC users is counted at each Sum
increased every TTI.
TTI (2ms) and the counter is increased with this
The counter is updated only for the cell in which
value.
user data is transmitted.
Only data volume of MC users that use two carriers
The aggregated data volume is updated only to the
for transmission are counted and the value is
Congestion Control
primary carrier entity remembers the
counter. Cumulative
increased every TTI.
congestion type of previous total credit reduction.
Each TTI the MAC-hs data volume is summed up
In each 20ms iteration, in case the type was "Total
from the carriers in use and updated to the primary
shared memory buffer occupancy exceeding
carrier counter
maximum allowed value" (FSM release 2 only) or
The counter is updated when the
only for BTS
the receives
primary cell. Current
"Overload protection of frame protocol processing
R99 RACH Setup/Reconfig
The aggregated data volumemessage
is updated only to the
CPU" (FSM release 2/3 onwards) and "Total
primary carrier counter.
credits" granted to RNC have not yet recovered
from the reduction (with conservative safety margin
The counterforislonger
to account incremented
RTTs) itbyincrements
one when the Sum
DSP/RAKE
M5000C453acknowledges successfully
by two. This counter received
no longer
R99 RACH by
increments preamble
the number of queues for which
credits were reduced to zero because of
connection
The counterspecific buffer exceeding
is incremented the maximum
by one when the Sum
value.
DSP/RAKE negatively acknowledges successfully
received R99 RACH preamble

The counter is incremented by one when the Sum


DSP/Codec successfully decodes R99 RACH
message

The counter is incremented by one when the Sum


DSP/Codec unsuccessfully decodes R99 RACH
message

The counter is updated when the DSP/RAKE Current


receives HS-RACH preamble configuration
message

The counter is incremented by one when the Sum


DSP/RAKE acknowledges successfully received
HS-RACH preamble
The counter is incremented by one when the Sum
DSP/RAKE negatively acknowledges successfully
received HS-RACH preamble

The counter is incremented by one when the Sum


HSUPA L2 successfully decoded a Mac-i PDU
related to HS-RACH

The counter is incremented by one when the Sum


HSUPA L2 unsuccessfully decoded a Mac-i PDU
related to HS-RACH

The counter is incremented by one when the Sum


utilization rate sample is within the 0% class for
detected R99 RACH signatures during the
sampling period.
The counter is incremented by one when the Sum
utilization rate sample is within the
(0<utilization<=5)% class for detected R99 RACH
signatures during the sampling period.
The counter is incremented by one when the Sum
utilization rate sample is within the
(5<utilization<=10)% class for detected R99 RACH
signatures during the sampling period.
The counter is incremented by one when the Sum
utilization rate sample is within the
(10<utilization<=20)% class for detected R99
RACH signatures during the sampling period.
The counter is incremented by one when the Sum
utilization rate sample is within the
(20<utilization<=40)% class for detected R99
RACH signatures during the sampling period.
The counter is incremented by one when the Sum
utilization rate sample is within the
(40<utilization<=100)% class for detected R99
RACH signatures during the sampling period.
The counter is incremented by one when the Sum
utilization rate sample is within the 0% class for
detected HS-RACH signatures during the sampling
period.
The counter is incremented by one when the Sum
utilization rate sample is within the
(0<utilization<=5)% class for detected HS-RACH
signatures during the sampling period.
The counter is incremented by one when the Sum
utilization rate sample is within the
(5<utilization<=10)% class for detected HS-RACH
signatures during the sampling period.
The counter is incremented by one when the Sum
utilization rate sample is within the
(10<utilization<=20)% class for detected HS-RACH
signatures during the sampling period.
The counter is incremented by one when the Sum
utilization rate sample is within the
(20<utilization<=40)% class for detected HS-RACH
signatures during the sampling period.
The counter is incremented by one when the Sum
utilization rate sample is within the
(40<utilization<=100)% class for detected HS-
RACH signatures during the sampling period.
This counter is updated by value 1 when the Sum
number of users for M5000C324 is sampled
periodically.

This counter is updated by value 1 when the Sum


number of users for M5000C325 is sampled
periodically.

This counter is updated for every TTI (updated Sum


every scheduling period, but counted per TTI) in
which there is a user that is using an advanced
HSUPA scheduling.
Updated for every TTI (updated every scheduling Sum
period, but counted per TTI).

Every TTI the number of active users in High Sum


Speed CELL_FACH having allocated HS-RACH in
uplink and HS-FACH in downlink is sampled and
summed to this counter.
The counter is updated over the measurement Max
period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples for the number of active users
in High Speed CELL_FACH state, having allocated
HS-RACH in uplink and HS-FACH in downlink .
Every TTI the total number of active users in High Sum
Speed CELL_FACH (Rel7 and Rel8 UEs are
counted) is sampled and summed to this counter.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples for the total number of active
users in High Speed CELL_FACH state (Rel7 and
Rel8 UEs are counted).
The counter is incremented every time active High Sum
Speed CELL_FACH users having allocated only
HS-FACH in downlink are sampled.
The counter is updated over the measurement Min
period. The value of the counter is the minimum
value of all samples for the E-DCH load caused by
HS-FACH users.
The E-DCH load caused by HS-FACH users is Average
sampled with defined sampling period. The result is
the summed to this counter, and divided by number
of samples at measurement period end.
The counter is updated over the measurement Max
period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples for the E-DCH load caused by
HS-FACH users.
The number used common EDCH resources is Average
sampled with defined sampling period and
summed to this counter. The sum is then divided
by number of samples at measurement end.
The counter is updated over measurement period. Max
The value of the counter is the maximum value of
all samples for the number of used common EDCH
resources.
When number of common E-DCH resources Current
changes.

The counter is incremented every time active users Sum


in High Speed CELL_FACH having allocated HS-
RACH in uplink and HS-FACH in downlink are
sampled.
The counter is updated when the connection is Sum
released or the measurement interval ends.

The counter is updated when the connection is Sum


released or the measurement interval ends.

The counter is updated when the connection is Sum


released or the measurement interval ends.

The counter is updated when the connection is Sum


released or the measurement interval ends.

The counter is updated when the connection is Sum


released or the measurement interval ends.
When a MAC-d PDU is positively acknowledged for Cumulative
this SPI class.

When a MAC-d PDU is positively acknowledged for Cumulative


this SPI class.

When a MAC-d PDU is positively acknowledged for Cumulative


this SPI class.

When a MAC-d PDU is positively acknowledged for Cumulative


this SPI class.

When a MAC-d PDU is positively acknowledged for Cumulative


this SPI class.

When a MAC-d PDU is positively acknowledged for Cumulative


this SPI class.

When a MAC-d PDU is positively acknowledged for Cumulative


this SPI class.

When a MAC-d PDU is positively acknowledged for Cumulative


this SPI class.

When a MAC-d PDU is positively acknowledged for Cumulative


this SPI class.

When a MAC-d PDU is positively acknowledged for Cumulative


this SPI class.

When a MAC-d PDU is positively acknowledged for Cumulative


this SPI class.

When a MAC-d PDU is positively acknowledged for Cumulative


this SPI class.
When a MAC-d PDU is positively acknowledged for Cumulative
this SPI class.

When a MAC-d PDU is positively acknowledged for Cumulative


this SPI class.

When a MAC-d PDU is positively acknowledged for Cumulative


this SPI class.

When a MAC-d PDU is positively acknowledged for Cumulative


this SPI class.

Updated for all transmitted/retransmitted MAC- Cumulative


hs/ehs PDUs.

When a MAC-e / MAC-i PDU is correctly received Sum


and containing data for this SPI class.

When a MAC-e / MAC-i PDU is correctly received, Sum


containing data for this SPI class.

When a MAC-e / MAC-i PDU is correctly received, Sum


containing data for this SPI class.

When a MAC-e / MAC-i PDU is correctly received, Sum


containing data for this SPI class.

When a MAC-e / MAC-i PDU is correctly received, Sum


containing data for this SPI class.

When s MAC-e / MAC-i PDU is correctly received, Sum


containing data for this SPI class.

When a MAC-e / MAC-i PDU is correctly received, Sum


containing data for this SPI class.
When a MAC-e / MAC-i PDU is correctly received, Sum
containing data for this SPI class.

When a MAC-e / MAC-i PDU is correctly received, Sum


containing data for this SPI class.

When a MAC-e / MAC-i PDU is correctly received, Sum


containing data for this SPI class.

When a MAC-e / MAC-i PDU is correctly received, Sum


containing data for this SPI class.

When a MAC-e / MAC-i PDU is correctly received, Sum


containing data for this SPI class.

When a MAC-e / MAC-i PDU is correctly received, Sum


containing data for this SPI class.

When a MAC-e / MAC-i PDU is correctly received, Sum


containing data for this SPI class.

When a MAC-e / MAC-i PDU is correctly received, Sum


containing data for this SPI class.

When a MAC-e / MAC-i PDU is correctly received, Sum


containing data for this SPI class.

The counter is updated when HSUPA transport Cumulative


channel is deleted from the user and the average
L1 throughput was within class ranges.

The counter is updated when HSUPA transport Cumulative


channel is deleted from the user and the average
L1 throughput was within class ranges.

The counter is updated when HSUPA transport Cumulative


channel is deleted by the user and the average L1
throughput is within class ranges.
The counter is updated when HSUPA transport Cumulative
channel is deleted by the user and the average L1
throughput is within class ranges.

The counter is updated when HSUPA transport Cumulative


channel is deleted by the user and the average L1
throughput is within class ranges.

The counter is updated when HSUPA transport Cumulative


channel is deleted by the user and the average L1
throughput is within class ranges.

The counter is updated when HSUPA transport Cumulative


channel is deleted by the user and the average L1
throughput is within class ranges.

The counter is updated when HSUPA transport Cumulative


channel is deleted by the user and the average L1
throughput is within class ranges.

The counter is updated when HSUPA transport Cumulative


channel is deleted by the user and the average L1
throughput is within class ranges.

The counter is updated when HSUPA transport Cumulative


channel is deleted by the user and the average L1
throughput is within class ranges.

The counter is updated when HSUPA transport Cumulative


channel is deleted by the user and the average L1
throughput is within class ranges.

The counter is updated when HSUPA transport Cumulative


channel is deleted by the user and the average L1
throughput is within class ranges.

The counter is updated when the DL User Plane Sum


data is sent by the MAC-ehs scheduler to the UE
which is in Enhanced CELL_FACH state.

The counter is updated when the DL Control Plane Sum


data is sent by the MAC-ehs scheduler to the UE
which is in Enhanced CELL_FACH state.

The counter is updated by the value of Sum


transmission time when the DL User Plane data is
sent by the MAC-ehs scheduler to the UE which is
in Enhanced CELL_FACH state.
The counter is updated by the value of Sum
transmission time when the DL Control Plane data
is sent by the MAC-ehs scheduler to the UE which
is in Enhanced CELL_FACH state.
The counter is updated when the UL User Plane Sum
data is received to the MAC-i scheduler from the
UE which is in Enhanced CELL_FACH state.

The counter is updated when the UL Control Plane Sum


data is received to the MAC-i scheduler from the
UE which is in Enhanced CELL_FACH state.

The counter is updated by the value of receiving Sum


time when the UL User Plane data is received to
the MAC-i scheduler from the UE which is in
Enhanced CELL_FACH state.
The counter is updated by the value of receiving Sum
time when the UL Control Plane data is received to
the MAC-i scheduler from the UE which is in
Enhanced CELL_FACH state.
The number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 0 Sum
is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated to
this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 1 Sum
is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated to
this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 2 Sum
is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated to
this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 3 Sum
is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated to
this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 4 Sum
is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated to
this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 5 Sum
is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated to
this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 6 Sum
is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated to
this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 7 Sum
is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated to
this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 8 Sum
is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated to
this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 9 Sum
is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated to
this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 10 Sum
is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated to
this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 11 Sum
is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated to
this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 12 Sum
is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated to
this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 13 Sum
is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated to
this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 14 Sum
is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated to
this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of active HSDPA users in SPI class 15 Sum
is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated to
this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of all active HSDPA users is sampled Sum
each 2ms and the value is cumulated to this
counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is active in SPI class 0.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is active in SPI class 1.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is active in SPI class 2.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is active in SPI class 3.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is active in SPI class 4.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is active in SPI class 5.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is active in SPI class 6.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is active in SPI class 7.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is active in SPI class 8.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is active in SPI class 9.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is active in SPI class 10.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is active in SPI class 11.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is active in SPI class 12.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is active in SPI class 13.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is active in SPI class 14.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is active in SPI class 15.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is active.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class Sum
0 is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated
to this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class Sum
1 is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated
to this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class Sum
2 is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated
to this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class Sum
3 is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated
to this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class Sum
4 is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated
to this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class Sum
5 is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated
to this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class Sum
6 is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated
to this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class Sum
7 is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated
to this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class Sum
8 is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated
to this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class Sum
9 is sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated
to this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class Sum
10 is sampled each 2ms and the value is
cumulated to this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class Sum
11 is sampled each 2ms and the value is
cumulated to this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class Sum
12 is sampled each 2ms and the value is
cumulated to this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class Sum
13 is sampled each 2ms and the value is
cumulated to this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class Sum
14 is sampled each 2ms and the value is
cumulated to this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of allocated HSDPA users in SPI class Sum
15 is sampled each 2ms and the value is
cumulated to this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The number of all allocated HSDPA users is Sum
sampled each 2ms and the value is cumulated to
this counter.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is allocated in SPI class
0.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is allocated in SPI class
1.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is allocated in SPI class
2.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is allocated in SPI class
3.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is allocated in SPI class
4.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is allocated in SPI class
5.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is allocated in SPI class
6.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is allocated in SPI class
7.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is allocated in SPI class
8.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is allocated in SPI class
9.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is allocated in SPI class
10.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is allocated in SPI class
11.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is allocated in SPI class
12.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is allocated in SPI class
13.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is allocated in SPI class
14.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is allocated in SPI class
15.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is incremented by one on each 2ms if Sum
at least one HSDPA user is allocated.
MC users shall be considered only in their primary
cell.
The counter is updated when the MAC-ehs PDU is Sum
positively acknowledged in the primary cell.

The counter is updated when the MAC-ehs PDU is Sum


positively acknowledged in the secondary cells.
The counter is updated only in the secondary cell.

The counter is updated when the MAC-ehs PDU is Sum


sent to the air in the primary cell (first transmission
of the PDU only).

The counter is updated when the MAC-ehs PDU is Sum


sent to the air in the secondary cells (first
transmission of the PDU only).
The counter is updated only in the secondary cell.
The counter is updated when the MAC-hs/ehs PDU Sum
is sent to the air (first transmission of the PDU
only).
In case of MC, the counter is updated only in the
primary cell.
The counter is incremented when data is Sum
transmitted with default SPI. The counter is pegged
even if the feature "Application aware RAN" is
disabled for the cell.
The counter is incremented when data is Sum
transmitted with higher SPI than default.

The counter is incremented when data is Sum


transmitted with lower SPI than default.

The counter is incremented when data is Sum


transmitted with default SPI. The counter is pegged
even if the feature "Application aware RAN" is
disabled for the cell.
The counter is incremented when data is Sum
transmitted with higher SPI than default.

The counter is incremented when data is Sum


transmitted with lower SPI than default.
The counter is updated when the connection is Sum
released or the measurement interval ends.

The counter is updated when the connection is Sum


released or the measurement interval ends.

The counter is updated when the connection is Sum


released or the measurement interval ends.

The counter is updated when the connection is Sum


released or the measurement interval ends.

The counter is updated when the connection is Sum


released or the measurement interval ends.

The counter is updated when the connection is Sum


released or the measurement interval ends.

The counter is updated when the connection is Sum


released or the measurement interval ends.

The counter is updated when the connection is Sum


released or the measurement interval ends.

The counter is updated when the connection is Sum


released or the measurement interval ends.

The counter is updated when the connection is Sum


released or the measurement interval ends.

The counter is updated when the connection is Sum


released or the measurement interval ends.

The counter is updated when the connection is Sum


released or the measurement interval ends.
The counter is updated when the connection is Sum
released or the measurement interval ends.

The counter is updated when the connection is Sum


released or the measurement interval ends.

The counter is updated when the connection is Sum


released or the measurement interval ends.

The counter is updated when the connection is Sum


released or the measurement interval ends.

When a MAC-e PDU is correctly received but lost Cumulative


for an unknown reason. This counter is also
applicable for MAC-i.

The counter is updated when the connection is Sum


released or the measurement interval ends.

The counter is updated over the measurement Sum


period.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the peak value
from all the samples during the measurement
period.
The counter is updated over the measurement Max
period. The value of the counter is the peak value
from all the samples during the measurement
period.
The counter is updated over the measurement Average
period. The value of the counter is the average
value from all the samples during the measurement
period.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 0.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 1.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 2.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 3.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 4.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 5.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 6.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 7.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 8.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 9.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 10.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 11.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 12.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 13.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 14.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 15.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 16.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 17.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 18.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 19.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 20.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 21.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 22.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 23.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 24.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 25.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 26.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 27.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 28.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 29.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 30.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 31.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 32.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 33.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 34.
CQI report from UE is compensated by current Sum
available HSDPA transmission power in the cell
and Outer Loop Link Adaptation correction.
Counter is updated with resulting value 35.
The number of allocated DC-HSUPA users is Sum
sampled with 40 ms periods and all the samples
are summed to the counter.
The counter is updated only in the primary serving
cell.
The number of allocated DC-HSUPA users is Max
sampled with 40 ms period and the maximum
value of all samples during the measurement
period are updated to the counter.
The counter is updated only in the primary serving
cell.
The number of active DC-HSUPA users using both Sum
carriers (primary and secondary) sampled within 40
ms period and all the samples are summed to the
counters.
The counter is updated only in the primary serving
The number of active DC-HSUPA users using only Sum
cell.
one carrier (primary or secondary) are sampled
with 40 ms period and all the samples are summed
to the counters.
The counter is updated only in the primary serving
The counter is incremented by one on each 100ms Cumulative
cell.
if cell PIC state is active.

The counter is incremented by one on each 100ms Cumulative


if cell PIC state is inactive.

The counter is incremented by one when SPI Sum


change results in promotion of SPI.

The counter incremented by one when SPI change Sum


results in demotion of SPI.

The counter is incremented when SPI change Sum


results in SPI returning to its default value.

The counter is incremented by one when SPI Sum


change results in promotion of SPI.

The counter is incremented by one when SPI Sum


change results in demotion of SPI.

The counter is incremented when SPI change Sum


results in SPI returning to its default value.

The counter is updated by value 1 when the Sum


number of users is sampled periodically.
The counter is updated only in the primary serving
cell.
The counter is updated when BTS receives a Sum
MAC-i PDU with 2 ms TTI from UE, when the
primary is active or the secondary is active or both
carriers are active at the sampling moment.
The counter is updated in the primary serving cell
only.
The counter is updated when BTS receives a Sum
MAC-i PDU with 2 ms TTI from UE, when primary
carrier is active at the sampling moment.
The counter is updated to the primary serving cell
only.
The counter is updated when BTS receives a Sum
MAC-i PDU with 2 ms TTI from UE, when the
secondary carrier is active at the sampling
moment.
The counter is updated to the secondary serving
The counter is updated when BTS receives a Sum
cell only.
MAC-i PDU with 2 ms TTI from UE and both
carriers are used or the primary carrier is used or
the secondary carrier is used for data transmission
at the sampling moment.
The counter is updated when BTS receives a Sum
The counter is incremented only when real UL
MAC-i PDU with 2 ms TTI from UE and the primary
transmission occurs.
carrier is used for data transmission at the
The counter is updated in the primary serving cell
sampling moment.
only.
The counter is incremented only when real UL
The counter is updated when BTS receives a Sum
transmission occurs.
MAC-i PDU with 2 ms TTI from UE and the
The counter is updated in the primary serving cell
secondary carrier is used for data transmission at
only.
the sampling moment.
The counter is incremented only when real UL
The counter is updated over the measurement Sum
transmission occurs.
period. The value of the counter is the sum value of
The counter is updated in the secondary serving
all samples.
cell only.

The counter is updated over the measurement Sum


period. The value of the counter is the sum value of
all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Sum


period. The number is incremented when the
sample with the number of IRC processed users or
allocated users is taken.
The counter is updated over the measurement Sum
period. The value of the counter is the sum value of
all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Sum


period. The value of the counter is the sum value of
all samples.

The number is incremented when the sample with Sum


the number of R99 and ABPC users is taken.

The users in the UL Coordinated Multipoint are Sum


sampled with a predefined sampling period. This
counter is the summation of all these samples.
This counter is updated every time a virtual radio Sum
link is created in a cell.

This counter is updated every time when a radio Sum


link from the RL addition message is already an
existing virtual radio link in a cell.

This counter is incremented by one every time Sum


when users in the UL Coordinated Multipoint are
sampled.

The number of users scheduled by the virtual radio Average


link is sampled with a predefined sampling period.
This counter is the average value of the samples,
and is computed at the end of the measurement
period.
This counter is updated only when a VRL exists for Average
the UE in that cell. The data volume transferred
through the virtual radio links (with retransmissions)
is sampled during the predefined sampling period,
and is divided at end of the sampling period by the
The counter is updated when the HW or the Max
length of the sampling period, thus, producing the
licensed capacity changes in the BTS.
sample of a data throughput. The average of the
samples is computed at the end of the
measurement period.
The counter is updated over the measurement Average
period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all the samples during the measurement
period.
The counter is updated when the HW or the Min
licensed capacity changes in the BTS.

This counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is calculated every
5.12 seconds. Samples are based on the
maximum used R99 channel elements in the DL
direction.
The counter is updated over the measurement Average
period. The value of the counter is the average
value from of all the samples during the
measurement period.
This counter is updated over the measurement Min
period. The value of the counter is calculated every
5.12 seconds. Samples are based on the minimum
used channel elements in the DL direction.
This counter is updated over the measurement Max
period. The value of the counter is calculated every
5.12 seconds. Samples are based on the
maximum used R99 channel elements in the UL
direction.
The counter is updated over the measurement Average
period. The value of the counter is the average
value from of all the samples during the
measurement period.
This counter is updated over the measurement Min
period. The value of the counter is calculated every
5.12 seconds. Samples are based on the minimum
used channel elements in the UL direction.
The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative
utilization rate is within (0 - 50)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is within (50 - <70)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is within (70 - <80)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is within (80 - <90)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is within (90 - <100)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is (100 or more)%

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is within (0 - 50)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is within (50 - <70)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is within (70 - <80)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is within (80 - <90)% class.
The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative
utilization rate is within (90 - <100)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is (100 or more)%

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is within (0 - 50)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is within (50 - <70)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is within (70 - <80)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is within (80 - <90)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is within (90 - <100)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is 100% or more

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is within (0 - 50)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is within (50 - <70)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is within (70 - <80)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is within (80 - <90)% class.
The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative
utilization rate is within (90 - <100)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is 100% or more

The counter is updated at the start of each Average


predefined sampling period. The counter values
are calculated on the cycle of 5.12 second
samples. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples.
The counter is updated at the start of each Max
predefined sampling period. The counter values
are calculated on the cycle of 5.12 second
samples. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.
The counter is updated when BTS HW capacity or Current
LCG configuration is changed.

The counter is updated at the start of each Average


predefined sampling period. The counter values
are calculated on the cycle of 5.12 seconds
samples. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples.
The counter is updated at the start of each Max
predefined sampling period. The counter values
are calculated on the cycle of 5.12 seconds
samples. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.
The counter is updated when BTS HW capacity, Current
LCG configuration, HS-FACH allocation or PIC
allocation is changed.

The counter is updated, when HSDPA is allocated Current


in BTS (system module start-up), BTS HW
capacity, LCG configuration has changed or
HSDPA cell is allocated/deleted (PSCR).
The counter is updated when BTS HW capacity, Current
commissioning or R99 CE / HSUPA PS licenses
amount is changed.

The counter is updated at the start of each Average


predefined sampling period. The counter values
are calculated on the cycle of 5.12 second
samples. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples.
The counter is updated at the start of each Average
predefined sampling period. The counter values
are calculated on the cycle of 5.12 second
samples. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples.
The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative
utilization rate is within (0 - 50)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is within (50 - <70)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is within (70 - <80)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is within (80 - <90)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is within (90 - <100)% class.

The counter is incremented when the sample of the Cumulative


utilization rate is 100% or more

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples.

The counter is updated when LCG HW capacity, Current


LCG configuration or HSDPA PS licenses amount
is changed.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples in the measurement period.

The counter is updated when LCG HW capacity, Current


LCG configuration or HSUPA PS licenses amount
is changed.
The counter is updated over the measurement Max
period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples in the measurement period.

The counter is updated when LCG HW capacity, Current


LCG configuration, HSDPA cell amount in LCG or
HSDPA PS licenses amount is changed.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples in the measurement period.

The counter is updated when LCG HW capacity, Current


LCG configuration or HSUPA PS licenses amount
is changed.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples.

The number of active users in High Speed FACH is Average


sampled, summed up, and divided by number of
samples at measurement period end.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples for the number of active users
in High Speed CELL_FACH having only HS in
uplink in LCG.
The number of users in High Speed CELL_FACH Average
in LCG is sampled, summed, and divided by
number of samples at measurement period end.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples for the number of active users
in High Speed CELL_FACH state in LCG.
If available number of High Speed CELL_FACH Current
users having HS-RACH change.

The counter is updated over the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is obtained by
sampling the subunits reserved for High Speed
Cell FACH UL / High Speed RACH users in LCG
with a predefined sampling period, summing all the
The counter is updated over the measurement Max
samples together and dividing the sum by number
period. The value of the counter is the maximum
of samples at the end of the measurement period.
value of all samples.

The counter is updated when the configuration of Current


maximum number of subunits reserved for High
Speed Cell FACH UL / High Speed RACH users in
LCG changes.
This counter is updated over the measurement Max
period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

This counter is updated over the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples in the measurement period.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Average


period.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Average


period.
The counter is updated over the measurement Min
period. The value of the counter is the minimum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Min


period. The value of the counter is the minimum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Min


period. The value of the counter is the minimum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Min


period. The value of the counter is the minimum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.
The counter is updated over the measurement Min
period. The value of the counter is the minimum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples in the measurement period.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Min


period. The value of the counter is the minimum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples in the measurement period.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Min


period. The value of the counter is the minimum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter
is the average value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Min


period. The value of the counter is the minimum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.
The counter is updated when the HW or the Current
licensed capacity changes in the BTS.

The counter is updated when HSDPA license Current


capacity changes.

The counter is updated when HSUPA licensed Current


capacity changes.

The counter is updated when HSDPA licensed Current


capacity changes.

The counter is updated when HSUPA licensed Current


capacity changes.

The counter is updated during the measurement Min


period. The value of the counter is the minimum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated during the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples.

The counter is updated during the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated during the measurement Min


period. The value of the counter is the minimum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated during the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples.

The counter is updated during the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated when BTS HW capacity is Current


changed.
The counter is updated when configured Current
(commissioned) number of HSDPA processing sets
is changed or when HW capacity available for
HSUPA is changed.
The counter is updated when configured Current
(commissioned) number of HSUPA processing sets
is changed or when HW capacity available for
HSUPA is changed.
The counter is updated when configured Current
(commissioned) number of HSDPA processing sets
is changed or when HW capacity available for
HSUPA is changed.
The counter is updated when configured Current
(commissioned) number of HSUPA processing sets
is changed or when HW capacity available for
HSUPA is changed.
The counter is updated when the used number of Current
CCCH PS changes (cell setup, deletion or
reallocation).

The counter is updated when the configured Current


number of CCCH PS changes (BTSOM informs
TCOM about change in commissioning parameter
numberOfCcchSet).
The counter is updated when the licensed number Current
of CCCH PS changes (BTSOM informs TCOM
about changed number of CCCH processing set
licenses existing in BTS).
When HSDPA is allocated in BTS (system module Current
start-up).

When the HW or the licensed capacity changes in Current


BTS.

The counter is updated when PIC pools Current


configuration is changing.

The counter is updated when HS-FACH Current


reservation/allocation changes in BTS.

The counter is updated over the measurement Sum


period. The value of the counter is the sum value of
all the samples from this period.
The counter is updated over the measurement Sum
period. The value of the counter is the sum value of
all the samples from this period.

The counter is updated over the measurement Sum


period. The value of the counter is the sum value of
all the samples from this period.

This counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples over the measurement period.

This counter is updated over the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples over the measurement period.

The counter is updated over the measurement Sum


period. This counter is also updated for DC users
when RAN2825 MOCN CA feature is active. The
counter is updated when a DC user is scheduled
either in the primary cell or the secondary cell or
The counter is updated over the measurement Sum
both. The counter is reported only thru the primary
period.
cell.
Note: The counter shall be incremented by 2 when
a DC user is scheduled on both carriers.
The numerator is updated in every TTI, and the Average
average value is calculated at the end of the
measurement period.DC-HSDPA users are
counted only in the primary serving cell.
This counter is updated during the sampling period Max
and reported at the end of the measurement
period.DC-HSDPA users are counted only in the
primary serving cell.
The numerator is updated in every TTI, and the Average
average value is calculated at the end of the
measurement period.DC-HSDPA users are
counted only in the primary serving cell.
This counter is updated during the sampling period Max
and reported at the end of the measurement
period.DC-HSDPA users are counted only in the
primary serving cell.
This counter is incremented by 1 for each HSDPA Sum
TTI that is allocated per operator while the MOCN
CA is active.DC-HSDPA users are counted only in
the primary serving cell.
This counter is incremented by 1 for each HSDPA Sum
TTI that is allocated per operator regardless if the
MOCN CA is active or not.DC-HSDPA users are
counted only in the primary serving cell.
The counter is updated over the measurement Average
period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples.

The counter is updated when BTS HW capacity, Current


HSDPA configuration or HSDPA licensed capacity
is changed.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples.

The counter is updated when BTS HW capacity, Current


HSDPA configuration or HSDPA licensed capacity
is changed.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples.

The counter is updated when BTS HW capacity, Current


HSUPA configuration or HSUPA licensed capacity
is changed.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Average


period. The value of the counter is the average
value of all samples.
The counter is updated when BTS HW capacity, Current
HSUPA configuration or HSUPA licensed capacity
is changed.

Incremented each TTI when there are no users Cumulative


scheduled.

Incremented each TTI when there is 1 HSDPA user Cumulative


scheduled.

Incremented each TTI when there are 2 HSDPA Cumulative


users scheduled.

Incremented each TTI when there are 3 HSDPA Cumulative


users scheduled.

Incremented each TTI when there are 4 HSDPA Cumulative


users scheduled.

Incremented each TTI when there are 5 HSDPA Cumulative


users scheduled.

Incremented each TTI when there are 6 HSDPA Cumulative


users scheduled.

Incremented each TTI when there are 7 HSDPA Cumulative


users scheduled.

Incremented each TTI when there are 8 HSDPA Cumulative


users scheduled.

Incremented each TTI when there are 9 HSDPA Cumulative


users scheduled.

Incremented each TTI when there are 10 HSDPA Cumulative


users scheduled.
Incremented each TTI when there are 11 HSDPA Cumulative
users scheduled.

Incremented each TTI when there are 12 HSDPA Cumulative


users scheduled.

This counter is incremented in each TTI when Cumulative


there are 13 HSDPA users scheduled.

This counter is incremented in each TTI when Cumulative


there are 14 HSDPA users scheduled.

This counter is incremented in each TTI when Cumulative


there are 15 HSDPA users scheduled.

This counter is incremented in each TTI when Cumulative


there are 16 HSDPA users scheduled.

This counter is incremented in each TTI when Cumulative


there are 17 HSDPA users scheduled.

This counter is incremented in each TTI when Cumulative


there are 18 HSDPA users scheduled.

This counter is incremented in each TTI when Cumulative


there are 19 HSDPA users scheduled.

This counter is incremented in each TTI when Cumulative


there are 20 HSDPA users scheduled.

This counter is incremented in each TTI when Cumulative


there are 21 HSDPA users scheduled.

This counter is incremented in each TTI when Cumulative


there are 22 HSDPA users scheduled.
This counter is incremented in each TTI when Cumulative
there are 23 HSDPA users scheduled.

This counter is incremented in each TTI when Cumulative


there are 24 HSDPA users scheduled.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated when FSM configuration, Current


HW capacity or licensed capacity is changed.

The counter is updated when FSM configuration, Current


HW capacity or licensed capacity is changed.

The counter is updated when HSDPA is allocated Current


in FSM (at system module start-up)

The counter is updated when PIC configuration is Current


changed in the FSM.

The counter is updated when HS-FACH Current


configuration is changed in the FSM.

The counter is updated when usage of CCH Current


subunits is changed in the FSM.

The counter is updated at each predefined Average


sampling period. The counter values are calculated
on the cycle of 5.12 second samples. The value of
the counter is the average values of all the
samples.
The counter is updated at each predefined Max
sampling period. The counter values are calculated
on the cycle of 5.12 second samples. The value of
the counter is the maximum value of all the
samples.
The counter is updated when FSM capacity is Current
changed.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated over the measurement Max


period. The value of the counter is the maximum
value of all samples.

The counter is updated when CAPLIM parameter Current


hsupaUsers is changed or when HW capacity
available for HSUPA is changed.

The counter is updated when CAPLIM parameter Current


hsdpaUsers is changed or when HW capacity
available for HSDPA is changed.

The counter is incremented for every second when Cumulative


the interface is in a period of unavailable time.
Unavailable time starts when either a defect is
active or at the beginning of 10 contiguous
severely errored seconds (SES).
The counter is incremented when a second Cumulative
Unavailable time ends at the beginning of 10
contains errored blocks or at least one defect.
contiguous not severely errored seconds and the
The counter is not incremented during periods of
absence of all defects.
unavailable time (UAS).
The value of the counter is updated every second.
The value of the counter is updated every second.
The counter is incremented when a second Cumulative
contains at least 30% errored blocks or at least one
defect.
The counter is not incremented during periods of
unavailable time (UAS).
The counter is updated every second by the Cumulative
The value of the counter is updated every second.
number of errored blocks received during that
second.
The value is incremented only if the interface is
available and not severely errored.
The counter is incremented for every second when Cumulative
the interface is in a period of unavailable time.
Unavailable time starts when either a defect is
active or at the beginning of 10 contiguous
severely errored seconds (SES).
The counter is incremented when a second Cumulative
Unavailable time ends at the beginning of 10
contains errored blocks or at least one defect.
contiguous not severely errored seconds and the
The counter is not incremented during periods of
absence of all defects.
unavailable time (UAS).
The value of the counter is updated every second.
The value of the counter is updated every second.
The counter is incremented when a second Cumulative
contains at least 30% errored blocks or at least one
defect.
The counter is not incremented during periods of
unavailable time (UAS).
The value of the counter is updated every second.
The counter is updated every second by the Cumulative
number of errored blocks received during that
second. The value is incremented only if the
interface is available and not severely errored.
When an ATM cell is received in the ingress Cumulative
direction.

When an ATM cell is transmitted in the egress Cumulative


direction.

The counter is incremented for every second that Cumulative


the ATM interface is unavailable. Note that
interruptions below 10 seconds are not counted.
This reflects the recommendations of ITU-T G.826.
The counter is updated when an incoming ATM cell Cumulative
is discarded due to HEC.

When an ATM cell is discarded due to a protocol Cumulative


error.

When an ATM cell with the Service Category CBR Cumulative


is received on the ATM interface.

When an ATM cell of a CBR connection is Cumulative


transmitted on the ATM interface.

When an ATM cell with the service category UBR is Cumulative


received on the ATM interface.

When an ATM cell with the service category UBR is Cumulative


transmitted on the ATM interface.

When an ATM cell is received in the ingress Cumulative


direction for an ATM VC connection.

When an ATM cell is transmitted in the egress Cumulative


direction for an ATM VC connection.
When an ATM cell is received in the ingress Cumulative
direction for an ATM VP connection.

When an ATM cell is transmitted in the egress Cumulative


direction for an ATM VP connection.

The counter is incremented every second by the Cumulative


number of kilo-bytes received in valid Ethernet
frames by the interface.

The counter is incremented every second by the Cumulative


number of kilo-bytes transmitted in valid Ethernet
frames by the interface.

The counter is incremented every second by the Cumulative


number of Ethernet frames received by the
interface.

The counter is incremented every second by the Cumulative


number of Ethernet frames transmitted by the
interface.

The counter is incremented every second by the Cumulative


number of errored Ethernet frames received by the
interface.

The counter is incremented every second by the Cumulative


number of Ethernet frames received by the
interface that were discarded as they contain an
invalid pseudowire tunnel header (IP address).
The counter is incremented for every second when Cumulative
the interface is in a period of unavailable time.
Unavailable time starts when either a defect is
active or at the beginning of 10 contiguous
severely errored seconds (SES).
The counter is incremented when a second Cumulative
Unavailable time ends at the beginning of 10
contains a defect.
contiguous not severely errored seconds and the
The counter is not incremented during periods of
absence of all defects.
unavailable time (UAS).
The value of the counter is updated every second.
The value of the counter is updated every second.
The counter is incremented for every ingress Cumulative
Ethernet frames that is discarded due to rate
limiting.

The counter is incremented every second by the Sum


number of Ethernet packets to be received that
were discarded due to frame's VID is not matching
the VLAN membership configuration of that switch-
port.
The counter is incremented every second by the Sum
number of Ethernet frames to be transmitted that
were discarded due to egress shaping per queue
per interface.
The counter is incremented every second by the Sum
number of Ethernet frames to be transmitted that
were discarded due to egress shaping per queue
per interface.
The counter is incremented every second by the Sum
number of Ethernet frames to be transmitted that
were discarded due to egress shaping per queue
per interface.
The counter is incremented every second by the Sum
number of Ethernet frames to be transmitted that
were discarded due to egress shaping per queue
per interface.
The counter is incremented every second by the Sum
number of Ethernet frames to be transmitted that
were discarded due to egress shaping per queue
per interface.
The counter is incremented every second by the Sum
number of Ethernet frames to be transmitted that
were discarded due to egress shaping per queue
per interface.
The counter is incremented for every ingress Cumulative
Ethernet 64-byte block that is discarded due to rate
limiting.

The counter is updated when a sample is Sum


transmitted when bandwidth utilization is within 0-
25% of the configured bandwidth.

The counter is updated when a sample is Sum


transmitted when bandwidth utilization is within 26-
50% of the configured bandwidth.

The counter is updated when a sample is Sum


transmitted when bandwidth utilization is within 51-
75% of the configured bandwidth.

The counter is updated when a sample is Sum


transmitted when bandwidth utilization is within 76-
87% of the configured bandwidth.

The counter is updated when a sample is Sum


transmitted when bandwidth utilization is greater
than 87% of the configured bandwidth.
The counter is updated when a sample is received Sum
when bandwidth utilization is within 0-25% of the
configured bandwidth.

The counter is updated when a sample is received Sum


when bandwidth utilization is within 26-50% of the
configured bandwidth.

The counter is updated when a sample is received Sum


when bandwidth utilization is within 51-75% of the
configured bandwidth.

The counter is updated when a sample is received Sum


when bandwidth utilization is within 76-87% of the
configured bandwidth.

The counter is updated when a sample is received Sum


when bandwidth utilization is greater than 87% of
the configured bandwidth.

The value is sampled in the end of the Current


measurement period.

The value is sampled in the end of the Current


measurement period.

The throughput is sampled with 60 second interval. Max

The throughput is sampled with 60 second interval. Max

The counter is updated when a sample is Sum


transmitted when bandwidth utilization is within 0-
25% of the configured bandwidth.

The counter is updated when a sample is Sum


transmitted when bandwidth utilization is within 26-
50% of the configured bandwidth.

The counter is updated when a sample is Sum


transmitted when bandwidth utilization is within 51-
75% of the configured bandwidth.
The counter is updated when a sample is Sum
transmitted when bandwidth utilization is within 76-
87% of the configured bandwidth.

The counter is updated when a sample is Sum


transmitted when bandwidth utilization is greater
than 87% of the configured bandwidth.

The counter is updated when a sample is received Sum


when bandwidth utilization is within 0-25% of the
configured bandwidth.

The counter is updated when a sample is received Sum


when bandwidth utilization is within 26-50% of the
configured bandwidth.

The counter is updated when a sample is received Sum


when bandwidth utilization is within 51-75% of the
configured bandwidth.

The counter is updated when a sample is received Sum


when bandwidth utilization is within 76-87% of the
configured bandwidth.

The counter is updated when a sample is received Sum


when bandwidth utilization is greater than 87% of
the configured bandwidth.

The value is sampled in the end of the Current


measurement period.

The throughput is sampled with 60 second interval. Max

The throughput is sampled with 60 second interval. Max

The counter is incremented for every second when Cumulative


the interface is in a period of unavailable time.
Unavailable time starts when either a defect is
active or at the beginning of 10 contiguous
severely errored seconds (SES).
The counter is incremented when a second Cumulative
Unavailable time ends at the beginning of 10
contains a defect.
contiguous not severely errored seconds and the
The counter is not incremented during periods of
absence of all defects.
unavailable time (UAS).
The value of the counter is updated every second.
The value of the counter is updated every second.
The counter is updated every second following the Sum
rules of RFC 4717.

The counter is incremented every second by the Cumulative


number of Ethernet frames received by the
interface that were discarded as they contain an
invalid pseudowire header (MPLS shim).
The counter is incremented every second by the Cumulative
number of packets received via the pseudowire
tunnel.

The counter is incremented every second by the Cumulative


number of packets transmitted via the pseudowire
tunnel.

The counter is updated every time there is a gap Cumulative


between the expected and the received PW
sequence number.

The counter is updated at sampling intervals. Sum

The counter is updated at sampling intervals. Sum

The counter is updated at sampling intervals. Sum

The counter is updated at sampling intervals. Sum

The counter is updated at sampling intervals. Average

The counter is updated at sampling intervals. Average

The counter is updated at sampling intervals. Average


The counter is updated at sampling intervals. Average

The counter is updated at sampling intervals. Max

The counter is updated at sampling intervals. Max

The counter is updated at sampling intervals. Max

The counter is updated at sampling intervals. Max

The counter is updated when an inbound packet Sum


has been delivered to higher-layer protocols.

The counter is updated when kilo-bytes are Sum


received.

The counter is updated when packets have been Sum


transmitted successfully.

The counter is updated when kilo-bytes are Sum


transmitted.

The counter is updated when erroneous packets Sum


are received.

The counter is updated when the maximum value Max


of the reserved bit rate changes.

The counter is updated when the minimum value of Min


the reserved bit rate changes.
The counter is updated when the average value of Average
the reserved bit rate changes.

The counter is updated when the value of the Current


allocated bit rate changes.

The counter is updated for every packet that Sum


cannot be transmitted over the interface due to
congestion.

The counter is updated for every kilo-byte that Sum


cannot be transmitted over the interface due to
congestion.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum


be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum


be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.
The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum
transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum


be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum


be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum


be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.
The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum
transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum


be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.
The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum
received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.

The counter is updated for every packet that is sent Sum


over the CES interface.

The counter is updated for every packet that is Sum


received over the CES interface.

The counter is updated for every packet that is Sum


declared to be lost over the pseudowire tunnel.

The counter is incremented for each packets of the Cumulative


pseudowire tunnel that arrived too early in relation
to the jitter buffer.

The counter is updated for very packet that arrived Sum


too late in relation to the jitter buffer.

The counter is updated for every packet that is Sum


declared to be lost over the pseudowire.

The counter is updated for every packet that has Sum


the L-bit set to '1'.

The counter is updated for very packet that arrived Sum


too late in relation to the jitter buffer.
The counter is updated for very packet that arrived Sum
too early in relation to the jitter buffer.

The counter is updated with the minimum delay Min


value of all packets processed in the sampling
period.

The counter is updated with the maximum delay Max


value of all packets processed in the sampling
period.

The counter is updated with the average delay of Average, time


the packets processed in the sampling period.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum


be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum


be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.
The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum
transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum


be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum


be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum


be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.
The counter is updated when a packet is Sum
transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum


be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


received within the PHB class.
The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum
within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when an inbound packet Sum


has been delivered to higher-layer protocols.

The counter is updated whenever a kilo-byte is Sum


received on the interface.

The counter is updated for every packet that is Sum


transmitted successfully on the interface.

The counter is updated for every kilo-byte that is Sum


transmitted successfully on the interface.

The counter is updated whenever an erroneous Sum


packet is received on the interface.

The counter is updated when the maximum value Max


of the reserved bit rate changes.

The counter is updated when the minimum value of Min


the reserved bit rate changes.

The counter is updated when the average value of Average


the reserved bit rate changes.

The counter is updated when the value of the Current


allocated bit rate changes.
The counter is updated for every packet that Sum
cannot be transmitted over the interface due to
congestion.

The counter is updated for every kilo-byte that Sum


cannot be transmitted over the interface due to
congestion.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


on the VLAN interface.

The counter is updated when an octet is received Sum


on the VLAN interface.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted over the VLAN interface.

The counter is updated when a byte is transmitted Sum


over the VLAN interface.

The counter is updated for every reply message to Average, time


a TWAMP initiator message that the BTS has sent
over this TWAMP session.

The counter is updated for every reply message to Max


a TWAMP initiator message that the BTS has sent
over this TWAMP session, for which a new
maximum round trip time is detected.
The counter is updated for every reply message to Min
a TWAMP initiator message that the BTS has sent
over this TWAMP session, for which a new
minimum round trip time is detected.
The counter is updated for every transmitted Sum
TWAMP message for the session.

The counter is updated for every lost TWAMP Sum


message for the session.
The response packet needs to be received until the
next TWAMP message is about to be sent.
Consequently the timeout is either 100 ms or 1 s,
The counter is updated for every kilo-byte that is Sum
depending on the chosen transmit interval.
transmitted over the PPP Multi Link interface.
If the packet has not arrived in time the lost packet
counter is incremented and packets arriving too
late are discarded.
The counter is updated for every kilo-byte that is Sum
received over the PPP Multi Link interface.

The counter is updated for every packet that is Sum


transmitted over the PPP Multi Link interface.

The counter is updated for every packet that is Sum


received over the PPP Multi Link interface.

The counter is updated for every packet that is Sum


discarded on the PPP Multi Link interface.

The counter is updated for every kilo-byte that is Sum


transmitted over the PPP Single Link interface.

The counter is updated for every kilo-byte that is Sum


received over the PPP Single Link interface.

The counter is updated for every packet that is Sum


transmitted over the PPP Single Link interface.

The counter is updated for every packet that is Sum


received over the PPP Single Link interface.

The counter is updated for every packet that is Sum


discarded on the PPP Single Link interface.

The counter is incremented every second by the Sum


number of Ethernet packets
to be transmitted that were discarded due to
egress shaping (Buffer overflow).
The counter is incremented whenever a RSTP Sum
BPDU is transmitted.

The counter is incremented whenever a RSTP Sum


BPDU is received.
A transition from Discarding to Forwarding and vice Sum
versa always goes via the state Learning. Hence
the counter will increment by 2 for such a
transition.
Transitions to state Learning and temporary
The counter is incremented every second when the Sum
transitions to Discarding during proposal-
timing over packet service is in synchronous state.
agreement signaling shall not be counted.

The value is updated every minute using the Min


following formula:
minValue = min (minValue, actualValue)

The value is updated every minute using the Average


following formula:
aveValueNew = (aveValueOld *
(actualIntervalLength - 1) + actualValue) /
actualIntervalLength
The value is updated every minute using the Max
following formula:
maxValue = max (maxValue, actualValue)

The counter is incremented every second by the Cumulative


number of received synchronisation messages.

The counter is updated every second. Sum

The counter is updated every second. Sum

The counter is updated when an inbound packet Sum


has been delivered to higher-layer protocols.

The counter is updated when kilo-bytes are Sum


received.

The counter is updated when packets have been Sum


transmitted successfully.

The counter is updated when kilo-bytes are Sum


transmitted.
The counter is updated when erroneous packets Sum
are received.

The counter is updated when the maximum value Max


of the reserved bit rate changes.

The counter is updated when the minimum value of Min


the reserved bit rate changes.

The counter is updated when the average value of Average


the reserved bit rate changes.

The counter is updated when the value of the Current


allocated bit rate changes.

The counter is updated for every packet that Sum


cannot be transmitted over the interface due to
congestion.

The counter is updated for every kilo-byte that Sum


cannot be transmitted over the interface due to
congestion.

The counter is updated when an inbound packet Sum


has been delivered to higher-layer protocols.

The counter is updated when kilo-bytes are Sum


received.

The counter is updated when packets have been Sum


transmitted successfully.

The counter is updated when kilo-bytes are Sum


transmitted.

The counter is updated when erroneous packets Sum


are received.
The counter is updated when the maximum value Max
of the reserved bit rate changes.

The counter is updated when the minimum value of Min


the reserved bit rate changes.

The counter is updated when the average value of Average


the reserved bit rate changes.

The counter is updated when the value of the Current


allocated bit rate changes.

The counter is updated for every packet that Sum


cannot be transmitted over the interface due to
congestion.

The counter is updated for every kilo-byte that Sum


cannot be transmitted over the interface due to
congestion.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum


be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.
The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum
be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum


be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum


be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.
The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum
be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum


be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.
The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum
received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum


be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.
The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum
be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum


be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum


be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.
The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum
be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is Sum


transmitted within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte needs to Sum


be dropped due to congestion within the PHB
class.

The counter is updated when a packet needs to be Sum


dropped due to congestion within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.
The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum
received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum


received within the PHB class.

The counter is updated when a packet is received Sum


within the PHB class.

The counter is updated in case an ESP or AH Sum


packet addressed to a local tunnel endpoint with a
SPI which is not related to any existing IPsec SA is
received.
The counter is updated in case a packet, either not Sum
addressed to a local tunnel endpoint or addressed
to a local tunnel endpoint but not ESP or AH, that
matches the default policy is received.
The counter is updated in case a packet, either not Sum
addressed to a local tunnel endpoint or addressed
to a local tunnel endpoint but not ESP or AH, that
matches a bypass policy is received.
The counter is updated in case a packet, either not Sum
addressed to a local tunnel endpoint or addressed
to a local tunnel endpoint but not ESP or AH, that
matches a discard policy (but not the default policy)
is received.
The counter is updated in case a packet, either not Sum
addressed to a local tunnel endpoint or addressed
to a local tunnel endpoint but not ESP or AH, that
matches a protect policy is received.
The counter is updated in case a packet which Sum
matches the default policy is transmitted.
The counter is updated in case a packet which Sum
matches the bypass policy is transmitted.

The counter is updated in case a packet is dropped Sum


because it matches the discard policy (but not the
default policy)

The counter is updated in case of a failed SA Sum


establishment.

The counter is updated in case an ESP packet Sum


addressed to a local tunnel endpoint with a SPI of
an existing IPsec SA, is received.

The counter is updated in case an ESP packet Sum


addressed to a local tunnel endpoint with a SPI of
an existing IPsec SA is received but the packet is
discarded because the sequence number of the
packet is outside the anti replay window.
The counter is updated in case an ESP packet Sum
addressed to a local tunnel endpoint with a SPI of
an existing IPsec SA and fits into the anti replay
window is received but could not be decrypted or
authenticated correctly.
The counter is updated in case an ESP packet Sum
addressed to a local tunnel endpoint with a SPI of
an existing IPsec SA, fitting into the anti replay
window and can be decrypted and authenticated,
is received but does not match the traffic selectors
The counter is updated in case an ESP packet is Sum
configured for the associated policy.
transmitted.

It is updated in case the RX packet is lost in transit. Sum

For every received Frame from remote peer. Sum

Updated every 15 mins. Average

Updated in case the TX packet is lost in transit. Sum


Updated for every Transmitted Frame to the Sum
remote peer.

Updated every 15mins. Average

Updated every 15 minutes. Average

Updated every 15 minutes. Max

Updated every 15 minutes. Min

Updated for each received ETH-DMR frame. Average

Updated for each received ETH-DMR frame. Average

The counter is updated when a frame is received Sum


on the interface.

The counter is updated when an octet is received Sum


on the interface.

The counter is updated when a frame is Sum


transmitted over the interface.

The counter is updated when an octet is Sum


transmitted over the interface.

The counter is incremented every second by the Sum


number of Ethernet frames received by the
interface that were discarded as they contain an
unknown VLAN ID.
The counter is in hardware implemented as 16 bit
counter, therefore it is possible that it rolls over
within 15 minutes. An indication of a possible
misconfiguration can be derived anyway.
The counter is updated when a kilo-byte is Sum
transmitted within the PHB class.

Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative


the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user, and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user, and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user, and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user, and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user, and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user, and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user, and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user, and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user, and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user, and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user, and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user, and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user, and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user, and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user, and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user, and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user, and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Cumulative
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user, and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Sum
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Sum
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Sum
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Sum
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Sum
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Sum
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Sum
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Sum
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Sum
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Sum
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
Incremented for every TTI for which there is data in Sum
the HSDPA user buffers, the data (MAC-hs PDU) is
scheduled to be sent to the user and the cell
combination matches the counter description.
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Integer number

Integer number
dBm

dBm

dBm

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte
kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte
kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte
kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

Integer number 0-2^32

Integer number 0-2^32

Integer number 0-2^32


Integer number 0-2^32

Integer number 0-2^32

Integer number 0-2^32

Integer number 0-2^32

Integer number 0-2^32

Integer number 0-2^32

Integer number 0-2^32

Integer number 0-2^32

Integer number 0-2^32

Kilobyte

Kilobyte

ms
ms

Kilobyte

Kilobyte

ms

ms

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number
Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number
Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number
Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number
Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number
Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number
Integer number

kilobytes

kilobytes

kilobytes

kilobytes

kilobytes

Kilobyte

Kilobyte

Kilobyte

Kilobyte

Kilobyte

Kilobyte
kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

kbyte

FP frames

FP frames

FP frames

FP frames

FP frames

FP frames

FP frames
FP frames

FP frames

FP frames

FP frames

Integer number 0-2^32

kbyte

Integer number

Events/s

Events/s

Milliseconds

Integer number

Integer number
Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number
Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number
Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number
Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Kilobyte
Kilobyte

Kilobyte

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number
Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

kbit/s

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number
Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number
Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number
Integer number

Integer number

subunit

subunit

subunit

subunit

subunit

subunit

subunit

subunit

subunit

subunit
Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number
Mbit/s

Mbit/s

Mbit/s

Mbit/s

Mbit/s

Mbit/s

Integer number

Integer number
Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

subunit

subunit

subunit

Mbit/s

Mbit/s

Mbit/s

Mbit/s

Mbit/s

Mbit/s
Channel Element

Channel Element

Channel Element

Channel Element

Channel Element

Channel Element

Channel Element

Channel Element

Channel Element

Channel Element

Channel Element

Channel Element
Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

%
%

Mbit/s

Mbit/s

Integer number

Integer number

subunit

subunit

subunit

subunit

subunit

subunit

subunit
Integer number

Integer number

Mbit/s

Mbit/s

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

subunit

Channel Element

subunit

subunit

kWh
kWh

kWh

Mbit/s

Mbit/s

kilobytes

kilobytes

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number
Decimal number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Mbit/s

Mbit/s

Mbit/s

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Mbit/s

Mbit/s
Mbit/s

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number
Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number
Integer number

Integer number

subunit

subunit

subunit

subunit

subunit

subunit

subunit

subunit

subunit

subunit
subunit

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Seconds

Seconds

Seconds

Integer number

Seconds

Seconds

Seconds
Integer number

cell

cell

Seconds

cell

cell

cell

cell

cell

cell

cell

cell
cell

cell

kilobytes

kilobytes

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Seconds

Seconds

Integer number

packets 32 bits
packets 32 bits

packets 32 bits

packets 32 bits

packets 32 bits

packets 32 bits

packets 32 bits

Bytes

Integer number 32bit

Integer number 32bit

Integer number 32bit

Integer number 32bit

Integer number 32bit


Integer number 32bit

Integer number 32bit

Integer number 32bit

Integer number 32bit

Integer number 32bit

cell/s 32bit

cell/s 32bit

cell/s 32bit

cell/s 32bit

Integer number 32bit

Integer number 32bit

Integer number 32bit


Integer number 32bit

Integer number 32bit

Integer number 32bit

Integer number 32bit

Integer number 32bit

Integer number 32bit

Integer number 32bit

cell/s 32bit

cell/s 32bit

cell/s 32bit

Seconds

Seconds
Packets

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Kilobyte

Kilobyte

Kilobyte

Kilobyte

microseconds

microseconds

microseconds
microseconds

microseconds

microseconds

microseconds

microseconds

Packets 32bit

Kilobyte 32bit

Packets 32bit

Kilobyte 32bit

Packets 32bit

kbit/s 32bit

kbit/s 32bit
kbit/s 32bit

kbit/s 32bit

Packets 32bit

Kilobyte 32bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit
Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit
Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit
Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

packets 32 bit

packets 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

packets 32 bit

packets 32 bit

Packets 32 bit
Packets 32 bit

microseconds 32 bit

microseconds 32 bit

microseconds 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit
Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit
Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit
Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

kbit/s 32 bit

kbit/s 32 bit

kbit/s 32 bit

kbit/s 32 bit
Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Microseconds 32 bit

Microseconds 32 bit

Microseconds 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit value


Kilobyte 32 bit value

Packets 32 bit value

Packets 32 bit value

Packets 32 bit value

Kilobyte 31 bit value

Kilobyte 31 bit value

Packets 32 bit value

Packets 32 bit value

Packets 32 bit value

packets 32 bits

packets 32 bits

packets 32 bits
Integer number 32 bits

Seconds

ppb

ppb

ppb

microseconds

packets 32bit

packets 32bit

Packets 32bit

Kilobyte 32bit

Packets 32bit

Kilobyte 32bit
Packets 32bit

kbit/s 32bit

kbit/s 32bit

kbit/s 32bit

kbit/s 32bit

Packets 32bit

Kilobyte 32bit

Packets 32bit

Kilobyte 32bit

Packets 32bit

Kilobyte 32bit

Packets 32bit
kbit/s 32bit

kbit/s 32bit

kbit/s 32bit

kbit/s 32bit

Packets 32bit

Kilobyte 32bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit
Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit
Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit
Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit
Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit
Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit
Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

packets 32bit

packets 32bit

packets 32bit

packets 32bit

packets 32bit

packets 32bit
packets 32bit

packets 32bit

packets 32bit

packets 32bit

packets 32bit

packets 32bit

packets 32bit

packets 32bit

Eth frames 32bits

Eth frames 32bits

% 32bits

Eth frames 32bits


Eth frames 32bits

% 32bits

Microseconds 32bits

Microseconds 32bits

Microseconds 32bits

Microseconds 32bits

Microseconds 32bits

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit

Kilobyte 32 bit

Packets 32 bit
Kilobyte 32 bit

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number
Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number
Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number

Integer number
Integer number

Integer number

Integer number
Dependencies with Other Operability Class Related to Feature
Counters

• RAN763: Basic HSDPA


with QPSK and 5 Codes

• RAN763: Basic HSDPA


with QPSK and 5 Codes

• RAN763: Basic HSDPA


with QPSK and 5 Codes

• RAN763: Basic HSDPA


with QPSK and 5 Codes

• RAN763: Basic HSDPA


with QPSK and 5 Codes

• RAN763: Basic HSDPA


with QPSK and 5 Codes

• RAN1447: HSDPA 3GPP


TS32.405 Required
Counters
• RAN245: HSDPA Flow
Control
• RAN245: HSDPA Flow
Control

• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN245: HSDPA Flow
Control

• RAN245: HSDPA Flow


Control

• RAN245: HSDPA Flow


Control

• RAN245: HSDPA Flow


Control

• RAN245: HSDPA Flow


Control

• RAN245: HSDPA Flow


Control
• RAN849: HSDPA
Proportional Fair Packet
Scheduler
• RAN245: HSDPA Flow
Control
• RAN849: HSDPA
Proportional Fair Packet
Scheduler
• RAN245: HSDPA Flow
Control
• RAN245: HSDPA Flow
Control

• RAN849: HSDPA
Proportional Fair Packet
Scheduler
• RAN869: HSDPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN849: HSDPA
Proportional Fair Packet
Scheduler
• RAN869: HSDPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN849: HSDPA
Proportional Fair Packet
Scheduler
• RAN869: HSDPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN849: HSDPA
Proportional Fair Packet
Scheduler
• RAN869: HSDPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN849: HSDPA
Proportional Fair Packet
Scheduler
• RAN869: HSDPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support

• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM


support

• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM


support

• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM


support
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support

• RAN763: Basic HSDPA


with QPSK and 5 Codes
• RAN849: HSDPA
Proportional Fair Packet
Scheduler
• RAN763: Basic HSDPA
with QPSK and 5 Codes
• RAN849: HSDPA
Proportional Fair Packet
Scheduler
• RAN763: Basic HSDPA
with QPSK and 5 Codes
• RAN849: HSDPA
Proportional Fair Packet
Scheduler
• RAN763: Basic HSDPA
with QPSK and 5 Codes
• RAN849: HSDPA
Proportional Fair Packet
Scheduler
• RAN763: Basic HSDPA
with QPSK and 5 Codes
• RAN849: HSDPA
Proportional Fair Packet
Scheduler
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support

• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM


support

• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM


support

• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM


support

• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM


support

• RAN766: HSDPA Shared


Control Channel Power
Control
• RAN766: HSDPA Shared
Control Channel Power
Control

• RAN766: HSDPA Shared


Control Channel Power
Control

• RAN766: HSDPA Shared


Control Channel Power
Control

• RAN766: HSDPA Shared


Control Channel Power
Control

• RAN766: HSDPA Shared


Control Channel Power
Control

• RAN766: HSDPA Shared


Control Channel Power
Control

• RAN853: HSDPA Code


Multiplexing

• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN869: HSDPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN869: HSDPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN869: HSDPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN869: HSDPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN869: HSDPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN869: HSDPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN869: HSDPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN869: HSDPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN869: HSDPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN869: HSDPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support
support
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support
support
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support
support
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support
support
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
support
Codes
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes

• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes

• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes

• RAN991: HSDPA 10
Codes

• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes

• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes

• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes

• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes

• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes

• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM


support
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support
support
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support
support
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support
support
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support
support
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
support
Codes
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support
• RAN852: HSDPA 15
Codes
• RAN764: HSDPA 16 QAM
support
• RAN853: HSDPA Code
Multiplexing
• RAN853: HSDPA Code
Multiplexing

• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in


UL
• RAN968: HSUPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN968: HSUPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN968: HSUPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN968: HSUPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN968: HSUPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN968: HSUPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN968: HSUPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN968: HSUPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN968: HSUPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN968: HSUPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN968: HSUPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN968: HSUPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN968: HSUPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN968: HSUPA BTS
Packet Scheduler

• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in


UL
• RAN968: HSUPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN968: HSUPA BTS
Packet Scheduler
• RAN971: HSUPA
Downlink Physical Channel
Power Control
• RAN826: Basic HSUPA
• RAN971: HSUPA
Downlink Physical Channel
Power Control
• RAN826: Basic HSUPA
• RAN971: HSUPA
Downlink Physical Channel
Power Control
• RAN826: Basic HSUPA
• RAN971: HSUPA
Downlink Physical Channel
Power Control
• RAN826: Basic HSUPA
• RAN971: HSUPA
Downlink Physical Channel
Power Control
• RAN826: Basic HSUPA
• RAN971: HSUPA
Downlink Physical Channel
Power Control
• RAN826: Basic HSUPA
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN826: Basic HSUPA
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN826: Basic HSUPA

• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in


UL
• RAN826: Basic HSUPA

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA

• RAN1110: HSDPA
Congestion Control

• RAN1110: HSDPA
Congestion Control

• RAN1110: HSDPA
Congestion Control

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN826: Basic HSUPA
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN826: Basic HSUPA
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN826: Basic HSUPA
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN826: Basic HSUPA
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN826: Basic HSUPA
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN826: Basic HSUPA
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN1.027: Admission
Control Algorithm
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1.027: Admission
Control Algorithm
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1.027: Admission
Control Algorithm
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1.027: Admission
Control Algorithm
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1.027: Admission
Control Algorithm
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1.027: Admission
Control Algorithm
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1.027: Admission
Control Algorithm
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1.027: Admission
Control Algorithm
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1.027: Admission
Control Algorithm
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1.027: Admission
Control Algorithm
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1.027: Admission
Control Algorithm
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1.027: Admission
Control Algorithm
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1.027: Admission
Control Algorithm
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1.027: Admission
Control Algorithm
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1.027: Admission
Control Algorithm
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1.027: Admission
Control Algorithm
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1.027: Admission
Control Algorithm
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1.027: Admission
Control Algorithm
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1.027: Admission
Control Algorithm
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1.027: Admission
Control Algorithm
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1.027: Admission
Control Algorithm
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN826: Basic HSUPA
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN826: Basic HSUPA


• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN763: Basic HSDPA
with QPSK and 5 Codes
• RAN1244: Spectral
Efficient Link Adaptation for
HSDPA
• RAN763: Basic HSDPA
with QPSK and 5 Codes
• RAN1244: Spectral
Efficient Link Adaptation for
HSDPA
• RAN763: Basic HSDPA
with QPSK and 5 Codes
• RAN1244: Spectral
Efficient Link Adaptation for
HSDPA
• RAN763: Basic HSDPA
with QPSK and 5 Codes
• RAN1244: Spectral
Efficient Link Adaptation for
HSDPA
• RAN763: Basic HSDPA
with QPSK and 5 Codes
• RAN1244: Spectral
Efficient Link Adaptation for
HSDPA
• RAN763: Basic HSDPA
with QPSK and 5 Codes
• RAN1244: Spectral
Efficient Link Adaptation for
HSDPA
• RAN763: Basic HSDPA
with QPSK and 5 Codes
• RAN1244: Spectral
Efficient Link Adaptation for
HSDPA
• RAN763: Basic HSDPA
with QPSK and 5 Codes
• RAN1244: Spectral
Efficient Link Adaptation for
HSDPA
• RAN763: Basic HSDPA
with QPSK and 5 Codes
• RAN1244: Spectral
Efficient Link Adaptation for
HSDPA
• RAN763: Basic HSDPA
with QPSK and 5 Codes
• RAN1244: Spectral
Efficient Link Adaptation for
HSDPA
M5000C279 • RAN1244: Spectral
Efficient Link Adaptation for
HSDPA
• RAN245: HSDPA Flow
Control
• RAN1244: Spectral
Efficient Link Adaptation for
HSDPA
• RAN245: HSDPA Flow
Control
M5000C279 • RAN1244: Spectral
Efficient Link Adaptation for
HSDPA
• RAN245: HSDPA Flow
Control
• RAN1244: Spectral
Efficient Link Adaptation for
HSDPA
• RAN245: HSDPA Flow
Control
M5000C281 • RAN1244: Spectral
Efficient Link Adaptation for
HSDPA
• RAN245: HSDPA Flow
Control
• RAN1643: HSDPA
64QAM

• RAN1643: HSDPA
64QAM

• RAN1644: Continuous
Packet Connectivity

• RAN1644: Continuous
Packet Connectivity

• RAN1644: Continuous
Packet Connectivity

• RAN1644: Continuous
Packet Connectivity

• RAN1644: Continuous
Packet Connectivity

• RAN1644: Continuous
Packet Connectivity

• RAN971: HSUPA
Downlink Physical Channel
Power Control
• RAN1644: Continuous
Packet Connectivity
• RAN971: HSUPA
Downlink Physical Channel
Power Control
• RAN1644: Continuous
Packet Connectivity
• RAN971: HSUPA
Downlink Physical Channel
Power Control
• RAN1644: Continuous
Packet Connectivity
• RAN971: HSUPA
Downlink Physical Channel
Power Control
• RAN1644: Continuous
Packet Connectivity
• RAN971: HSUPA
Downlink Physical Channel
Power Control
• RAN1644: Continuous
Packet Connectivity
• RAN971: HSUPA
Downlink Physical Channel
Power Control
• RAN1644: Continuous
Packet Connectivity
• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI

• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI

• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI

• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI

• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI

• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI

• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI
• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI

• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI

• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI

• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI

• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI

• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI

• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI

• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI

• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI

• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI

• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI

• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI
• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI

• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI

• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
M5000C477 • RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI
• RAN3043: Advanced
HSUPA Time Division
Scheduling
M5000C478 • RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI
• RAN3043: Advanced
HSUPA Time Division
Scheduling
• RAN1644: Continuous
Packet Connectivity

• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps

• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps

• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps

• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps

• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps

• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps

• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps


• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps


• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

• RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

M5000C327 • RAN1642: MIMO 28 Mbps

M5000C327 • RAN1645: HSUPA


16QAM

• RAN1645: HSUPA
16QAM
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1645: HSUPA
16QAM
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver
• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver
• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver
• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver
• RAN1308: HSUPA
Interference Cancellation
Receiver

• RAN2124: HSPA 128


users per cell

• RAN2124: HSPA 128


users per cell

• RAN2124: HSPA 128


users per cell

• RAN2124: HSPA 128


users per cell

M5000C327, M5000C328 • RAN1907: DC-HSDPA


with MIMO 84Mbps

M5000C327, M5000C329 • RAN1907: DC-HSDPA


with MIMO 84Mbps

M5000C330 • RAN1907: DC-HSDPA


with MIMO 84Mbps

M5000C331, M5000C336 • RAN1907: DC-HSDPA


with MIMO 84Mbps

M5000C331, M5000C335 • RAN1907: DC-HSDPA


with MIMO 84Mbps
M5000C332, M5000C336 • RAN1907: DC-HSDPA
with MIMO 84Mbps

M5000C332, M5000C335 • RAN1907: DC-HSDPA


with MIMO 84Mbps

M5000C333, M5000C334, • RAN1907: DC-HSDPA


M5000C336 with MIMO 84Mbps

M5000C333, M5000C334, • RAN1907: DC-HSDPA


M5000C335, M5000C336 with MIMO 84Mbps

M5000C333, M5000C334, • RAN1907: DC-HSDPA


M5000C335, M5000C336 with MIMO 84Mbps

M5000C333, M5000C334, • RAN1907: DC-HSDPA


M5000C335 with MIMO 84Mbps

• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN2211: Multi-Cell
HSDPA
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN2211: Multi-Cell
HSDPA
• RAN1637: High Speed
Cell_FACH DL
• RAN1913: High Speed
Cell_FACH
• RAN1637: High Speed
Cell_FACH DL
• RAN1913: High Speed
Cell_FACH
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN2211: Multi-Cell
HSDPA
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN2211: Multi-Cell
HSDPA
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN2211: Multi-Cell
HSDPA
• RAN1906: Dual-Cell
HSDPA 42Mbps
• RAN2211: Multi-Cell
HSDPA
• RAN2211: Multi-Cell
HSDPA

• RAN2211: Multi-Cell
HSDPA

• RAN1110: HSDPA
Congestion Control

• RAN2902: RACH capacity


increase

• RAN2902: RACH capacity


increase

• RAN2902: RACH capacity


increase

• RAN2902: RACH capacity


increase

• RAN2902: RACH capacity


increase

• RAN2902: RACH capacity


increase

• RAN2902: RACH capacity


increase
• RAN2902: RACH capacity
increase

• RAN2902: RACH capacity


increase

• RAN2902: RACH capacity


increase

• RAN2902: RACH capacity


increase

• RAN2902: RACH capacity


increase

• RAN2902: RACH capacity


increase

• RAN2902: RACH capacity


increase

• RAN2902: RACH capacity


increase

• RAN2902: RACH capacity


increase

• RAN2902: RACH capacity


increase

• RAN2902: RACH capacity


increase

• RAN2902: RACH capacity


increase
• RAN2902: RACH capacity
increase

• RAN2902: RACH capacity


increase

• RAN2902: RACH capacity


increase

• RAN3043: Advanced
HSUPA Time Division
Scheduling

• RAN3043: Advanced
HSUPA Time Division
Scheduling

• RAN3043: Advanced
HSUPA Time Division
Scheduling

• RAN3043: Advanced
HSUPA Time Division
Scheduling

• RAN2518: High Speed


Cell_FACH Enhanced

• RAN2518: High Speed


Cell_FACH Enhanced

• RAN2518: High Speed


Cell_FACH Enhanced

• RAN2518: High Speed


Cell_FACH Enhanced

• RAN2518: High Speed


Cell_FACH Enhanced
• RAN2518: High Speed
Cell_FACH Enhanced

• RAN2518: High Speed


Cell_FACH Enhanced

• RAN2518: High Speed


Cell_FACH Enhanced

• RAN2518: High Speed


Cell_FACH Enhanced

• RAN2518: High Speed


Cell_FACH Enhanced

• RAN2518: High Speed


Cell_FACH Enhanced

• RAN2518: High Speed


Cell_FACH Enhanced

• RAN1.013: Layer 2 for the


Real-Time Radio Access
Bearers
• RAN1.016: Layer 2 for the
Non-Real-Time Radio
• RAN1.013: Layer 2 for the
Access Bearers
Real-Time Radio Access
• RAN1101: Cell
Bearers
Throughput Measurements
• RAN1.016: Layer 2 for the
in BTS
Non-Real-Time Radio
• RAN1.013: Layer 2 for the
Access Bearers
Real-Time Radio Access
• RAN1101: Cell
Bearers
Throughput Measurements
• RAN1.016: Layer 2 for the
in BTS
Non-Real-Time Radio
• RAN1.013: Layer 2 for the
Access Bearers
Real-Time Radio Access
• RAN1101: Cell
Bearers
Throughput Measurements
• RAN1.016: Layer 2 for the
in BTS
Non-Real-Time Radio
• RAN1.013: Layer 2 RLC
RAN1910: Flexible for the
in
Access Bearers
Real-Time
UL Radio Access
• RAN1101: Cell
Bearers
Throughput Measurements
• RAN1.016: Layer 2 for the
in BTS
Non-Real-Time Radio
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
Access Bearers
UL
• RAN1101: Cell
Throughput Measurements
in BTS
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN1262: QoS Aware


HSPA Scheduling

• RAN1262: QoS Aware


HSPA Scheduling

• RAN1262: QoS Aware


HSPA Scheduling

• RAN1262: QoS Aware


HSPA Scheduling

• RAN1262: QoS Aware


HSPA Scheduling

• RAN1262: QoS Aware


HSPA Scheduling

• RAN1262: QoS Aware


HSPA Scheduling

• RAN1262: QoS Aware


HSPA Scheduling

• RAN1262: QoS Aware


HSPA Scheduling

• RAN1262: QoS Aware


HSPA Scheduling

• RAN1262: QoS Aware


HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling

• RAN1262: QoS Aware


HSPA Scheduling

• RAN1262: QoS Aware


HSPA Scheduling

• RAN1262: QoS Aware


HSPA Scheduling

• RAN763: Basic HSDPA


with QPSK and 5 Codes
• RAN1244: Spectral
Efficient Link Adaptation for
HSDPA
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1262: QoS Aware
HSPA Scheduling
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1470: HSUPA 2 ms
TTI
• RAN1910: Flexible RLC in
UL
• RAN1637: High Speed
Cell_FACH DL
• RAN1913: High Speed
Cell_FACH
• RAN1637: High Speed
Cell_FACH DL
• RAN1913: High Speed
Cell_FACH
M5002C50 • RAN1637: High Speed
Cell_FACH DL
• RAN1913: High Speed
Cell_FACH
M5002C51 • RAN1637: High Speed
Cell_FACH DL
• RAN1913: High Speed
Cell_FACH
• RAN1913: High Speed
Cell_FACH

• RAN1913: High Speed


Cell_FACH

M5002C54 • RAN1913: High Speed


Cell_FACH

M5002C55 • RAN1913: High Speed


Cell_FACH

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput
• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

M5002C58 • RAN1877: End-user


experienced DL Throughput

M5002C58 • RAN1877: End-user


experienced DL Throughput
M5002C58 • RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

M5002C58 • RAN1877: End-user


experienced DL Throughput

M5002C58 • RAN1877: End-user


experienced DL Throughput

M5002C58 • RAN1877: End-user


experienced DL Throughput

M5002C58 • RAN1877: End-user


experienced DL Throughput

M5002C58 • RAN1877: End-user


experienced DL Throughput

M5002C58 • RAN1877: End-user


experienced DL Throughput

M5002C58 • RAN1877: End-user


experienced DL Throughput

M5002C58 • RAN1877: End-user


experienced DL Throughput

M5002C58 • RAN1877: End-user


experienced DL Throughput

M5002C58 • RAN1877: End-user


experienced DL Throughput

M5002C58 • RAN1877: End-user


experienced DL Throughput
M5002C58 • RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

M5002C58 • RAN1877: End-user


experienced DL Throughput

M5002C74 • RAN1877: End-user


experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput
• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput

• RAN1877: End-user
experienced DL Throughput<