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3G OPTIMIZATION GUIDELINES

3G OPTIMIZATION OVERVIEW
Network Optimization Capacity Management

Netact OSS

Performance Monitoring

NETWORK OPTIMIZATION

OBJECTIVE

Poor Quality

Poor Coverage

Optimum Area

Poor Coverage

COVERAGE & DOMINANCE


Drive Test Measurement
Coverage problem area

No
Best servers CPICH RSCP> 95 dBm

Coverage area optimization

Yes No

B C
Dominance area optimization

Best servers Ec/No > -10 dB

Yes
4th Best servers Ec/No < 6 dB (ref to Best server)

No

Dominance area optimization

Yes

Dominance problem area (Low best server Ec/No)

Complete Measurement Analysis

Dominance problem area (High best server Ec/No)

BLOCK A
  Task  To identify area where RSCP is less than 95 dBm and to optimize the coverage of that affected area Reason  Area where RSCP is less than 95 dBm and poor Ec/No value would be consider coverage problematic area or has poor coverage  This would lead to call set up failure, HO failure, drop call and degradation to the PS throughput Items required for analysis  RSCP and Ec/No plots for best server on map  Plot of RSCP vs Ec/No to have quick understanding of the problem  Measurement log files Solution  Up-tilting, panning and height of antenna changes  Increase CPICH power  Antenna type changing to a higher gain  Check missing neighbors  Use NetAct to check coverage prediction by changing the inputs of the site  Use the MapInfo/UMTS tool for antenna tilting to estimate coverage improvement (optional)

BLOCK B
  Tasks  To identify area which RSCP > -95 dBm but Ec/No < -10 dB and to optimize the affected area Reasons  In this area problems are more on the dominance and pilot pollution  This would lead to call set up failure, HO failure, drop call and degradation to the PS throughput Items required for analysis  Plots of Ec/No and RSCP for best server on map  Plots of Ec/No of each scrambling in the affected area  Plots RSCP vs Ec/No  Measurement log files Solution  Down-tilting, panning and antenna height changes  Increase CPICH of serving cell, decrease CPICH of interfering cells  Check for missing neighbors  Check co-scrambling code  Change antenna type to lower gain

BLOCK C
 Task  To identify the 4th best server is < 6dB to the reference of best server and optimize the area  Reasons  To meet the KPI  Too many best servers would cause unnecessary HO  Wasting resources (hardware channels, Iub capacity etc)  Item required for analysis  Measurement log file  Solution  Down-tilting, panning and antenna height changed  Increase CPICH of serving cell, decrease CPICH of interfering cells  Use MapInfo/UMTS to generate the percentage  Antenna type change to lower gain

CAPACITY MANAGEMENT

BLOCKING POINTS IN 3G NETWORK

NODE B LOADING: UL/DL LOADING (1)


 Depends on the dimensioning, typically, UL Load = 50% & DL Load = 65%.  Counters & KPIs that needs to be monitored.

AVE _ PRXTOT _ CLASS _ k v PRXTOT _ DENOM _ k


RNC_101b ! Average UL Load (in dBm) !
k ! All _ Classes

PRXTOT _ DENOM _ k
k ! All _ Classes

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RNC_102b Average DL Load (in dBm)

k! All _ Classes

AVE _ PTXTOT _ CLASS _ k v PTXTOT _ DENOM _ k ?dBmA PTXTOT _ DENOM _ k


k ! All _ Classes

NODE B LOADING: UL/DL LOADING (2)


 Counters that will be triggered if there is a limitation on the Node B load/Power.  Solutions:  Upgrade
20W to 40W  Parameter Tuning.  Feature Dynamic Allocation such as Power WPA from

Call Setup Failure due to Radio Interface resource shortage would be triggered in RRC and RAB call setup failure cause AC

NODE B CAPACITY: CHANNEL ELEMENT (1)


WSPC 1 WSPC 2 L L L 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 1 1 1 1 10 5 6 7 2 2 2 2 11 3 3 3 3 12 4 4 4 4 13 5 5 5 5 14 6 6 6 6 15 7 7 7 7 16

Example baseband configuration with 2 W SPC cards Associated dedicated channels are required for HS PA users: 16 kbps L for uplink power control and SRB and 64384 kbps L channel for TCP ACKs and uplink user data and SRB HS PA and associated CHs effectively balance the baseband L/ L resource consumption even if the traffic is L oriented.

L 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

8 12 16 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2

9 10 11 8 8 13 14 15 9 9 10 10 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 12 12 1 1 1 16 16 1 1 1 14 14 2 2 2 15 15 2 2 2 16 16 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2

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8 9 10 11 12 16 14 15 16 1 2

Common channels (for 3 carriers) HS PA 5 codes HS PA associated CH (16 users, 16 kbps L, 128 kbps L) 384 / 64 kbps CH users (2 users)

NODE B CAPACITY: CHANNEL ELEMENT (2)


 Counters/KPI that needs to be monitored in case of lack of CEs  Solutions:  Upgrade WSPC or
add more CEs.  Parameter tuning.

CHANNELIZATION CODES (1)


Code Blocking Monitoring Code Occupancy Monitoring

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CHANNELIZATION CODES (2)


 Call Setup Failure due to Channelisation Code congestion would be triggered in RRC and RAB call setup failure cause BTS

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Possible Solution: The code tree is per cell per carrier. If available, go for a 2nd Carrier Add more sites (Macrosite, Microcell Site or In-building Site).

IuB INTERFACE(1)
AAL2 connections are allocated and released by ATM Resource Management which will check AAL2 reservation using CAC. M550 measurement reports RNC CAC resource usage for Iub AAL2 user plane traffic downlink

In RAS06, the new ATM Interface measurement (M532) gives indication of the ATM interface traffic load by reporting the traffic volumes and the bandwidth available for a specific interface. The measurement can also be used to detect interfaces that are congested and cause traffic loss. Congestion can be detected by following the number of ATM cells going in and coming out from the interface.

IuB INTERFACE(1)
Call Setup Failure due to Radio Interface resource shortage would be triggered in RRC and RAB call setup failure cause Transmission

WBTS

IuB 1E1 = 2Mbps 2E1 = 4Mbps

RNC

5 (PS384) users = 1920 Kbps If 1 E1 = 1920/2000 = 96% IuB Util.

PERFORMANCE MONITORING

OSS KPI PERFORMANCE MONITORING


CELL AVAILABILITY RRC SET-UP & ACCESS COMPLETE RATIO VOICE, VIDEO & PS RAB SET-UP SUCCESS & DROP RATE INTER SYSTEM HANDOVER SUCCESS RATE SOFT HANDOVER SUCCESS RATE SOFT HANDOVER OVERHEAD

CELL AVAILABILITY

Alarm in the cell


RNC_183c (Cell Avail)= 100*(cellres.avail_wcell_in_wo_state) / (cellres.avail_wcell_exists_in_rnw_db) RNC_727a (CellAvail, excl BLU)= 100*(cellres.avail_wcell_in_wo_state) / (cellres.avail_wcell_exists_in_rnw_db cellres.avail_wcell_blocked_by_user)
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RRC SETUP & ACCESS COMPLETE RATIO


 RNC_94e (RRC SACR, NW) = 100*(servlev.rrc_conn_acc_comp + servlev.rrc_con_setup_comp_directed) / (servlev.rrc_conn_stp_att + servlev.rrc_conn_setup_comp_aft_dir - servlev.rrc_conn_stp_rej_emerg_call))  Typical Value >99.00%

VOICE, VIDEO & PS RAB SET-UP SUCCESS RATE


Voice RAB Setup Success Rate (M1001C115 RAB Access Comp /M1001C66 RAB Setup Attempts)*100% Typical Value >99.00% Video RAB Setup Success Rate (M1001C116 RAB Acc Comp/M1001C67 RAN Setup Att)*100% Typical Value >99.00% PS Data RAB Setup Success Rate (M1001C120 RAB Acc Comp PS Inter+M1001C121 RAB Acc Comp PS Background)/(M1001C71 RAB Setup Att PS Inter+M1001C72 RAB Setup Att PS BackgM1001C113 RAB Setup Fail Anchor PS Back)*100% Typical Value >99.00% FAILURE BREAKDOWN RAB SETUP Fail AC PS Inter RAB SETUP Fail RNC PS Inter RAB SETUP Fail Frozen BTS PS Inter RAB SETUP Fail Frozen Iub PS Inter RAB ACC Fail UE PS Inter RAB ACC Fail RNC PS Inter RAB SETUP Fail AC PS Backg RAB SETUP Fail RNC PS Backg RAB SETUP Fail Frozen BTS PS Backg RAB SETUP Fail Frozen Iub PS Backg RAB ACC Fail UE PS Backg RAB ACC Fail RNC PS Backg

FAILURE BREAKDOWN RAB SETUP Fail AC RAB SETUP Fail BTS RAB SETUP Fail Transport RAB SETUP Fail RNC RAB SETUP Fail Frozen BTS RAB ACC Fail UE RAB ACC Fail RNC

FAILURE BREAKDOWN RAB SETUP Fail AC RAB SETUP Fail BTS RAB SETUP Fail Transport RAB SETUP Fail RNC RAB SETUP Fail Frozen BTS RAB ACC Fail UE RAB ACC Fail RNC

VOICE, VIDEO & PS RAB DROP CALL RATE


Voice RAB Drop Ratio (M1001C145 RAB Act Fail Iu+M1001C146 RAB Act Fail Radio+M1001C147 RAB Act Fail BTS+M1001C148 RAB Act Fail Iur+M1001C149 RAB Act Fail Integ Chk+M1001C150 RAB Act Fail RNC+M1001C392 RAB Act Fail UE)/(M1001C136 RAB Act Comp+M1001C143 RAB Act Rel to SRNC Reloc+M1001C144 RAB Act Rel to Pre-Emp+M1001C145 RAB Act Fail Iu+M1001C146 RAB Act Fail Radio+M1001C147 RAB Act Fail BTS+M1001C148 RAB Act Fail Iur+M1001C149 RAB Act Fail Integ Chk+M1001C150 RAB Act Fail RNC+M1001C392 RAB Act Fail UE)*100%

VOICE FAILURE BREAKDOWN


RAB Act Fail RAB Act Fail RAB Act Fail RAB Act Fail RAB Act Fail RAB Act Fail RAB Act Fail Iu Radio BTS Iur Integ Chk RNC UE

Typical Value <1.00%


Video RAB Drop Ratio (M1001C155 RAB Act Fail Iu+M1001C156 RAB Act Fail Radio+M1001C157 RAB Act Fail BTS+M1001C158 RAB Act Fail Iur+M1001C159 RAB Act Fail Integ Chk+M1001C160 RAB Act Fail RNC+M1001C393 RAB Act Fail UE)/(M1001C37 RAB Act Comp+M1001C151 RAB Act Rel to SRNC Reloc+M1001C152 RAB Act Rel to PreEmp+M1001C155 RAB Act Fail Iu+M1001C156 RAB Act Fail Radio+M1001C157 RAB Act Fail BTS+M1001C158 RAB Act Fail Iur+M1001C160 RAB Act Fail RNC+M1001C393 RAB Act Fail UE)*100%

VIDEO FAILURE BREAKDOWN


RAB Act Fail RAB Act Fail RAB Act Fail RAB Act Fail RAB Act Fail RAB Act Fail RAB Act Fail Iu Radio BTS Iur Integ Chk RNC UE

Typical Value <1.00%


PS Data RAB Drop Ratio (M1001C185 RAB Act Fail Iu PS Inter+M1001C186 RAB Act Fail Radio PS Inter+M1001C187 RAB Act Fail BTS PS Inter+M1001C188 RAB Act Fail Iur PS Inter+M1001C190 RAB Act Fail RNC PS Inter+M1001C191 RAB Act Fail Iu PS Backg+M1001C192 RAB Act Fail Radio PS Backg+M1001C193 RAB Act Fail BTS PS Backg+M1001C194 RAB Act Fail Iur PS Backg+M1001C196 RAB Act Fail RNC PS Backg)/(M1001C141 RAB Act Comp PS Inter+M1001C142 RAB Act Comp PS Backg+M100171 RAB Act Rel SRNC Reloc PS Inter+M1001C172 RAB Act Rel SRNC Reloc PS Backg+M1001C185 RAB Act Fail Iu PS Inter+M1001C186 RAB Act Fail Radio PS Inter+M1001C187 RAB Act Fail BTS PS Inter+M1001C188 RAB Act Fail Iur PS Inter+M1001C190 RAB Act Fail RNC PS Inter+M1001C191 RAB Act Fail Iu PS Backg+M1001C192 RAB Act Fail Radio PS Backg+M1001C193 RAB Act Fail BTS PS Backg+M1001C194 RAB Act Fail Iur PS Backg+M1001C196 RAB Act Fail RNC PS Backg+M1001C397 RAB Act Fail UE PS Inter+M1001C398 RAB Act Fail UE PS Back)*100%

PS DATA FAILURE BREAKDOWN


RAB Act Fail Iu PS Inter Act Fail Radio PS Inter RAB Act Fail BTS PS Inter RAB Act Fail Iur PS Inter RAB Act Fail Integ Chk PS Inter RAB Act Fail RNC PS Inter RAB Act Fail UE PS Inter RAB Act Fail Iu PS Backg RAB Act Fail Radio PS Backg RAB Act Fail BTS PS Backg RAB Act Fail Iur PS Backg RAB Act Fail Integ Chk PS Backg RAB Act Fail RNC PS Backg RAB Act Fail UE PS Back

Typical Value <1.00%

ISHO RT, ISHO NRT, SOFT HOSR & SHO OVERHEAD


ISHO RT SR
100 * sum( SUCC_IS_HHO_UL_DCH_Q_RT + SUCC_IS_HHO_UE_TRX_PWR_RT + SUCC_IS_HHO_DL_DPCH_PWR_RT + SUCC_IS_HHO_CPICH_RSCP_RT + SUCC_IS_HHO_CPICH_ECNO_RT + SUCC_IS_HHO_IM_IMS_RT + SUCC_IS_HHO_EMERG_CALL + SUCC_IS_HHO_LB_PRX_TOT_RT + SUCC_IS_HHO_LB_PTX_TOT_RT + SUCC_IS_HHO_LB_RES_LIM_RT + SUCC_IS_HHO_LB_RSVR_SC_RT + SUCC_IS_HHO_SB_RT) ---------------------------------------sum( IS_HHO_ATT_UL_DCH_Q_RT + IS_HHO_ATT_UE_TRX_PWR_RT + IS_HHO_ATT_DPCH_PWR_RT + IS_HHO_ATT_CPICH_RSCP_RT + IS_HHO_ATT_CPICH_ECNO_RT + IS_HHO_ATT_IM_IMS_RT + IS_HHO_ATT_EMERG_CALL + IS_HHO_ATT_LB_PRX_TOT_RT + IS_HHO_ATT_LB_PTX_TOT_RT + IS_HHO_ATT_LB_RES_LIM_RT + IS_HHO_ATT_LB_RSVR_SC_RT + IS_HHO_ATT_SB_RT )

ISHO NRT SR
100 * sum( SUCC_IS_HHO_UL_DCH_Q_NRT + SUCC_IS_HHO_UE_TRX_PWR_NRT + SUCC_IS_HHO_DL_DPCH_PWR_NRT + SUCC_IS_HHO_CPICH_RSCP_NRT + SUCC_IS_HHO_CPICH_ECNO_NRT + SUCC_IS_HHO_IM_IMS_NRT + SUCC_IS_HHO_EMERG_CALL + SUCC_IS_HHO_LB_PRX_TOT_NRT + SUCC_IS_HHO_LB_PTX_TOT_NRT + SUCC_IS_HHO_LB_RES_LIM_NRT + SUCC_IS_HHO_LB_RSVR_SC_NRT + SUCC_IS_HHO_SB_NRT) ---------------------------------------sum( IS_HHO_ATT_UL_DCH_Q_NRT + IS_HHO_ATT_UE_TRX_PWR_NRT + IS_HHO_ATT_DPCH_PWR_NRT + IS_HHO_ATT_CPICH_RSCP_NRT + IS_HHO_ATT_CPICH_ECNO_NRT + IS_HHO_ATT_IM_IMS_NRT + IS_HHO_ATT_EMERG_CALL + IS_HHO_ATT_LB_PRX_TOT_NRT + IS_HHO_ATT_LB_PTX_TOT_NRT + IS_HHO_ATT_LB_RES_LIM_NRT + IS_HHO_ATT_LB_RSVR_SC_NRT + IS_HHO_ATT_SB_NRT )

TYPICAL VALUE > 98% Soft Handover Success Rate


(M1007C15 Succ ASU on SHO RT+M1007C32 Succ ASU on SHO NRT)/(M1007C10 Cell Add Req on SHO RT+M1007C11 Cell Del Req on SHO RT+M1007C12 Cell Rep Req on SHO RT+ M1007C27 Cell Add Req on SHO NRT+M1007C28 Cell Del Req on SHO NRT+M1007C29 Cell Rep Req on SHO NRT)*100%

TYPICAL VALUE > 95% Soft Handover Overhead


((M1007C0 One Cell in AS RT+M1007C1 Two Cells in AS RT+M1007C2 Three Cells in AS RT+M1007C19 One Cell in AS NRT+M1007C20 Two Cells in AS NRT+M1007C21 Three Cells in AS NRT)/((M1007C0 One Cell in AS RT+M1007C19 One Cell in AS NRT)/1+(M1007C1 Two Cells in AS RT+M1007C20 Two Cells in AS NRT)/2+(M1007C2 Three Cells in AS RT+M1007C21 Three Cells in AS NRT)/3)1)*100%

TYPICAL VALUE <98%

TYPICAL VALUE <40%

Common Call Performance Issues


Behaviour Call set-up failure & Call drop Problem Poor coverage area Description If problem is poor coverage, this means poor RSCP (<-95 dBm) thus also the EcNo degrades very rapidly (< -12 dB) when the coverage border is reached. No main server in the area, too many cells with weak CPICH level. CPICH EcNo is usually very bad even the RSCP is good e.q. RSCP 80-90 dBm but EcNo about 10 dB Bad CPICH Ec/Io (<-12 dB) level although CPICH RSCP level is good. High site in the neighbourhood may cause interference. A good usable neighbour is present within cells coverage area, can cause DL interference if it is not in the active set. Swapped sectors in WBTS. Possible solutions Check Antenna line installation (antenna position and quality, cable length and quality). Check that CPICH powers are balanced between the studied cells. Check presence of shadowing obstacles. Add a site to the area.

Call set-up failure & Call drop

Poor dominance area.

Use buildings and other environmental structures to isolate cell(s) coverage. Down tilt antennas to make cells dominant and limit effects of interfering cell(s). Check antenna bearing. Add a site.

Call set-up failure & Call drop

Pilot Pollution

Find interfering cell from Scanner results. Adjust antenna bearing and down tilt or lower the antenna height (too much tilt will break the dominance). Add interfering cell to the neighbour of the serving cell. Check scanner data and look for missing neighbours. Check the cabling in antenna line.

Dropped call/SHO failure

Missing neighbour

Common Call Performance Issues


Behaviour Call set-up failure & Call drop Problem High PrxTotal due to UL External interference Description The PrxTotal level is significantly higher than expected in no/low load conditions. Possible solutions Try to figure the possible area/direction of the interference by checking PrxTotal level on neighbouring cells. Alternatively use spectrum analyser & directive antenna to locate interferer. Inform operator/regulator about the found conditions. In case of MHA is used in BTS check MHA and cables loss parameters, otherwise PrxTotal value will be too high. (If MHA parameter is set to ON, Cable loss parameter is used, Cable loss = Real MHA gain = Feeder loss parameter) Check the antenna installation as the last alternative in high PrxNoise case.

Call set-up failure & Call drop

High PrxTotal due to wrong MHA settings

The PrxTotal level is significantly higher than expected in no/low load conditions.

Call set-up failure & Call drop

High Prxtotal due to Installation problems Bad RRC connection set-up success rate due to slow Ue cell reselection Long time interval for sync between RNC and BTS before connection

The PrxTotal level is significantly higher than expected in no/low load conditions. RRC connection set-up complete message not heard by BTS.

Cell set-up failure

Set parameters so that reselection process will start earlier: Qqualmin, Sintrasearch and Qhyst2 as per latest recommendation

Long call set-up time

The value of Parameter N312 is too high: maximum number of in sync indications received from L1 during the establishment of a physical channel

Use smaller value N312 (2, recommendation is 4).Use call set-up time optimisation feature Dynamic setting of ActivationTimeOffset (possible in RAN1.5.2 ED2) enables 200 to 500ms reduction for set up delay.

Common Call Performance Issues


Behaviour Dropped call Problem Cell suffering from UL interference = DL (CPICH) coverage much bigger than UL coverage DL CPICH coverage < UL coverage Description As the UE Tx power is not enough for target cell synchronisation, the SHO fails which will cause call drop later. Cell with lower CPICH power than the surrounding is having too good UL performance, as this cells UL cannot be used efficiently due to SHO is decided upon DL (CPICH Ec/No). The call drops due to too rapid CPICH coverage degradation for Cell A, and therefore there is not enough time for SHO. In SHO area the number of combined neighbouring cells become more than 31. HO list is created using RNC algorithm in the final stage some of the neighbours will randomly be removed. Possible solutions Use cell individual offset (negative value) parameter to balance the DL and UL coverage.

Dropped call

Use cell individual offset (positive value) parameter to balance the DL and UL coverage.

Dropped call

Round the corner effect

Use cell individual offset (positive value) parameter to balance the DL and UL coverage.

Dropped call/SHO failure

Too many neighbours

Delete unnecessary neighbours. Improve dominance.

NetAct OSS

CM OPERATIONS MANAGER

Select CM Operations Manager under Configuration Categories

 CM

Operations Manager is for uploading managed objects, exporting actual configurations, import & export radio network plans, prepare & delete plans, pre-activate & activate planned configurations to network.

CM EDITOR

 CM

Editor is used to view actual radio network configuration, create, modify & delete plans, create templates, create managed objects, edit & mass edit parameter values of managed objects.

CM ANALYSER

 CM Analyser

can be used to perform checks or discrepancies on actual or planned radio network parameters to ensure parameters are defined according to consistency rules

REPORTING SUITES

 Reporting

Suites provide ready-made reports for analyzing the performance of the network. The reports are based on collected PM data and Nokia-defined KPIs and provide information on traffic, mobility, resources, signaling, security, subscriber, quality, charging, and Quality of Service.

REPORTING SUITES

2  Select needed RAN report

Reporting Suites Sample


Sample RAN report

R A N

R E P O R T S

REPORT BUILDER

 Report

Builder is a reporting tool for post-processing & visualization of data. It is used to for customized reporting & has been designed for creating and running a wide range of various reports on the performance data. The results are presented in graphical & excel format.

Report Builder Output


Reports are represented in both excel file and graphical views.

APPLICATION LAUNCHER

RNW MEASUREMENT MANAGEMENT

It means that measurement is activated

RNW ONLINE MONITORING


 RNW Online Monitoring is used to view Cell Load

Click Start to view counters on a cell

CALL FLOW

AMR MOC
MS RRC:RRC CONNECTION REQUEST NBAP:RADIO LINK SETUP REQUEST NBAP:RADIO LINK SETUP RESPONSE AAL2SIG: ERQ AAL2SIG: ECF RRC:RRC CONNECTION SETUP L1 synchronisation NBAP:SYNCHRONIZATION INDICATION RRC:CONNECTION SETUP COMPLETE RRC:INITIAL DIRECT TRANSFER (CM Service Request) RANAP:INITIAL UE MESSAGE (CM Service Request) RANAP: DIRECT TRANSFER (CM Service Accept) BTS RNC CS_CN

RRC: DOWNLINK DIRECT TRANSFER (CM Service Accept) RRC: UPLINK DIRECT TRANSFER (Setup)

RANAP: DIRECT TRANSFER (Setup) RANAP: DIRECT TRANSFER (Call Proceeding)

RRC: DOWNLINK DIRECT TRANSFER (Call Proceeding)

RANAP:RAB ASSIGNMENT REQUEST NBAP:RADIO LINK RECONFIGURATION PREPARE NBAP:RADIO LINK RECONFIGURATION READY AAL2SIG: ERQ AAL2SIG: ECF AAL2SIG: ERQ AAL2SIG: ECF NBAP:RADIO LINK RECONFIGURATION COMMIT RRC: RADIO BEARER SETUP RRC: RADIO BEARER SETUP COMPLETE RANAP:RAB ASSIGNMENT RESPONSE

RRC: DOWNLINK DIRECT TRANSFER (Alerting) RRC: UPLINK DIRECT TRANSFER (Connect)

RANAP: DIRECT TRANSFER (Alerting) RANAP: DIRECT TRANSFER (Connect) RANAP: DIRECT TRANSFER (Connect Acknowledge) Call established

RRC: DOWNLINK DIRECT TRANSFER (Connect Acknowledge)

AMR MTC
MS RRC:PAGING TYPE 1 RRC:RRC CONNECTION REQUEST NBAP:RADIO LINK SETUP REQUEST NBAP:RADIO LINK SETUP RESPONSE AAL2SIG: ERQ AAL2SIG: ECF RRC:RRC CONNECTION SETUP L1 synchronisation NBAP:SYNCHRONIZATION INDICATION RRC:CONNECTION SETUP COMPLETE RRC:INITIAL DIRECT TRANSFER (Paging response) RANAP:INITIAL UE MESSAGE (Paging response) RANAP: DIRECT TRANSFER (Setup) BTS RNC RANAP:PAGING CS_CN

RRC: DOWNLINK DIRECT TRANSFER (Setup) RRC: UPLINK DIRECT TRANSFER (Call confirmed)

RANAP: DIRECT TRANSFER (Call confirmed) RANAP:RAB ASSIGNMENT REQUEST NBAP:RADIO LINK RECONFIGURATION PREPARE NBAP:RADIO LINK RECONFIGURATION READY AAL2SIG: ERQ AAL2SIG: ECF AAL2SIG: ERQ AAL2SIG: ECF NBAP:RADIO LINK RECONFIGURATION COMMIT RRC: RADIO BEARER SETUP RRC: RADIO BEARER SETUP COMPLETE RANAP:RAB ASSIGNMENT RESPONSE RRC: UPLINK DIRECT TRANSFER (Alerting) RANAP: DIRECT TRANSFER (Alerting) RANAP: DIRECT TRANSFER (Connect)

RRC: DOWNLINK DIRECT TRANSFER (Connect) RRC: UPLINK DIRECT TRANSFER (Connect Acknowledge)

RANAP: DIRECT TRANSFER (Connect Acknowledge) Call established

PS DATA
MS RRC:RRC CONNECTION REQUEST NBAP:RADIO LINK SETUP REQUEST NBAP:RADIO LINK SETUP RESPONSE AAL2SIG: ERQ AAL2SIG: ECF RRC:RRC CONNECTION SETUP L1 synchronisation NBAP:SYNCHRONIZATION INDICATION RRC:CONNECTION SETUP COMPLETE RRC:INITIAL DIRECT TRANSFER (Attach Request) RANAP:INITIAL UE MESSAGE (Attach Request) RANAP: DIRECT TRANSFER RRC: DOWNLINK DIRECT TRANSFER (Attach Accept) RRC: DOWNLINK DIRECT TRANSFER (Attach Complete) RRC: UPLINK DIRECT TRANSFER (SM:Activate PDP Context request) RANAP: DIRECT TRANSFER (Attach Complete) RANAP: DIRECT TRANSFER (SM: Activate PDP Context request) RANAP:RAB ASSIGNMENT REQUEST RRC: RADIO BEARER SETUP RRC: RADIO BEARER SETUP COMPLETE RANAP:RAB ASSIGNMENT RESPONSE RANAP: DIRECT TRANSFER (SM: Activate PDP Context accept) (Attach Accept) BTS RNC PS_CN

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