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Contents
1 About This Document..................................................................................................................1
1.1 Scope..............................................................................................................................................................................1
1.2 Intended Audience..........................................................................................................................................................1
1.3 Change History...............................................................................................................................................................1
1.4 Differences Between Base Station Types.......................................................................................................................2

2 Overview.........................................................................................................................................3
2.1 Introduction....................................................................................................................................................................3
2.2 Benefits...........................................................................................................................................................................4

3 Resource Group Management....................................................................................................5


4 Limitations on HSDPA Power Consumption for Users in Resource Groups...................8
5 Related Features.............................................................................................................................9
5.1 Prerequisite Features.......................................................................................................................................................9
5.2 Mutually Exclusive Features..........................................................................................................................................9
5.3 Impacted Features...........................................................................................................................................................9

6 Network Impact...........................................................................................................................11
6.1 System Capacity...........................................................................................................................................................11
6.2 Network Performance...................................................................................................................................................11

7 Engineering Guidelines.............................................................................................................12
7.1 When to Use WRFD-150233 Differentiated Service Based on Resource Reservation...............................................12
7.2 Required Information...................................................................................................................................................12
7.3 Planning........................................................................................................................................................................13
7.4 Deployment..................................................................................................................................................................13
7.4.1 Requirements.............................................................................................................................................................13
7.4.2 Data Preparation........................................................................................................................................................14
7.4.3 Activation (Using MML Commands).......................................................................................................................15
7.4.4 MML Command Examples.......................................................................................................................................16
7.4.5 Activation (Using the CME)......................................................................................................................................17
7.4.6 Activation Observation..............................................................................................................................................20
7.4.7 Reconfiguration.........................................................................................................................................................20
7.4.8 Deactivation (Using MML Commands)....................................................................................................................21
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7.4.9 MML Command Examples.......................................................................................................................................21


7.4.10 Deactivation (Using the CME)................................................................................................................................22
7.5 Performance Monitoring...............................................................................................................................................23
7.6 Parameter Optimization................................................................................................................................................24
7.7 Troubleshooting............................................................................................................................................................24

8 Parameters.....................................................................................................................................25
9 Counters........................................................................................................................................43
10 Glossary.......................................................................................................................................45
11 Reference Documents...............................................................................................................46

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1 About This Document

About This Document

1.1 Scope
This document describes WRFD-150233 Differentiated Service Based on Resource
Reservation, including its technical principles, related features, network impact, and engineering
guidelines.

1.2 Intended Audience


This document is intended for personnel who:
l

Need to understand the features described herein

Work with Huawei products

1.3 Change History


This section provides information about the changes in different document versions. There are
two types of changes, which are defined as follows:
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Feature change
Changes in features of a specific product version

Editorial change
Changes in wording or addition of information that was not described in the earlier version

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This issue does not include any changes.

RAN15.0 Draft A (2013-01-30)


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1.4 Differences Between Base Station Types


This document applies to the following types of base stations.
Base Station

Model

Macro

l 3900 series base stations


l DBS3800
l BTS3812E
l BTS3812AE

Micro

l BTS3803E
l BTS3902E

LampSite

DBS3900

The features described in this document are implemented in the same way on macro, micro, and
LampSite base stations.

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Overview

2.1 Introduction
Insufficient downlink power resources affect user experience on highly loaded networks. When
downlink power resources become insufficient on networks, the Differentiated Service Based
on Resource Reservation feature limits the amount of downlink resources consumed by lowpriority users to reserve more power for high-priority users. In this way, high-priority users
experience improved service.
The Differentiated Service Based on Resource Reservation feature prioritizes users by the
Scheduling Priority Indicator (SPI). This feature also defines resource groups to manage multiple
users in a cell and sorts users into different resource groups based on the SPI. In applications,
each cell supports four resource groups.
Operators can configure the maximum HSDPA power ratio for each resource group. Figure
2-1 illustrates how power resources are reserved.
Figure 2-1 Power resource reservation

In the packet switched (PS) service setup procedure, the SPI helps determine the specified
resource group that an HSDPA user belongs to. Also it is assumed that the maximum HSDPA
power ratio for each resource group has been configured. During air interface scheduling, the
NodeB periodically calculates the total downlink power consumption of each resource group in
a cell. This is then compared to the configured power ratio.
In a cell where power resources are insufficient, if the total downlink power consumption of a
resource group exceeds the configured power ratio for the resource group, the amount of
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downlink power resources is limited. In a cell where power resources are sufficient, if the total
downlink power consumption of a resource group exceeds the configured power ratio for the
resource group, users in the resource group can still use the remaining downlink power resources
(if any). This fully utilizes the downlink power resources.

2.2 Benefits
The Differentiated Service Based on Resource Reservation feature limits the downlink HSDPA
power resources consumed by low-priority users and reserves more downlink resources for highpriority users, thereby improving the experience of high-priority users. At the same time,
however, this feature prevents high-priority users from totally monopolizing resources so a basic
quality of service (QoS) to other users is ensured.

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Resource Group Management

A resource group contains specific users. The users in a resource group share part of radio
resources on a radio access network.
This feature prioritizes users based on the SPI(BSC6900,BSC6910). The SPI
(BSC6900,BSC6910) can be determined based on the mapping relationships with the traffic
class, allocation retention priority (ARP), and traffic handling priority (THP).
Figure 3-1 lists the mapping between the SPI(BSC6900,BSC6910) and the traffic class, ARP,
and THP. The mapping can be configured by running RNC MML commands.
Figure 3-1 Mapping between the SPI and the traffic class, ARP, and THP

If the WRFD-020806 Differentiated Service Based on SPI Weight feature has been activated,
SPIs are already configured.
If the WRFD-020806 Differentiated Service Based on SPI Weight feature has not been activated,
SPIs are determined based on the mapping relationships with the traffic class, ARP, and THP.
For descriptions of the traffic class, ARP, and THP, see Differentiated HSPA Service Feature
Parameter Description.
Run the RNC MML command ADD UUSERGRPSPIMAP to define the resource group that
users belong to when the user priorities are identified by SPIs. Table 3-1 provides a configuration
example of the mapping between SPIs and resource groups. In the example,
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ResGroupId(BSC6900,BSC6910) for users identified by SPI 2 and SPI 3 is set to


ResG0.
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ResGroupId(BSC6900,BSC6910) for users identified by SPI 5 and SPI 6 is set to


ResG1.

ResGroupId(BSC6900,BSC6910) for users identified by SPI 10 and SPI 11 is set to


ResG2.
NOTE

Recourse group management in this document is applicable only to PS interactive services and PS
background services of HSDPA users.

With the WRFD-150204 Platinum User Prioritizing feature, platinum users are not grouped into
any resource groups based on SPIs, and therefore platinum users can consume resources beyond
the limitations set by the maximum HSDPA power ratio.
Table 3-1 Configuration example of the mapping between SPIs and resource groups
Scheduling Priority Indicator (SPI
(BSC6900,BSC6910))

Resource Group ID (ResGroupId


(BSC6900,BSC6910))

ResG0

ResG0

ResG1

ResG1

10

ResG2

11

ResG2

Run the RNC MML command ADD UCELLRESGRP to configure the maximum HSDPA
power ratio for each resource group in a cell.
Table 3-2 describes an example for configuring the maximum HSDPA power ratio for resource
groups on the BSC6900. When the Differentiated Service Based on Resource Reservation
feature is activated, ResGMatchSwitch(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to SPI.
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If the maximum HSDPA power ratio for resource group 0 needs to be equal to or lower
than 20% of the total maximum downlink power for the cell during power congestion,
ResG0DpaMaxPwrRatio(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to 20.

If the maximum HSDPA power ratio for resource group 1 and that for resource group 2
need to be equal to or lower than 60% of the total maximum downlink power for the cell
during power congestion, ResG1DpaMaxPwrRatio(BSC6900,BSC6910) and
ResG2DpaMaxPwrRatio(BSC6900,BSC6910) are set to 60.

If the maximum power consumption limitation does not apply to users in resource group
3, ResG3DpaMaxPwrRatio(BSC6900,BSC6910) is set to 100.

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Table 3-2 Maximum HSDPA power ratio for resource groups (using the BSC6900 as an
example)
Cell ID
(CellId
(BSC6900,
BSC6910))

1234

Resource
Group
Matching
Algorithm
Switch
(
ResGMatc
hSwitch
(BSC6900,
BSC6910))

Max.
HSDPA
Power
Ratio for
Resource
Group 0
(
ResG0Dpa
MaxPwrRa
tio
(BSC6900,
BSC6910))

Max.
HSDPA
Power
Ratio for
Resource
Group 1
(
ResG1Dpa
MaxPwrRa
tio
(BSC6900,
BSC6910))

Max.
HSDPA
Power
Ratio for
Resource
Group 2
(
ResG2Dpa
MaxPwrRa
tio
(BSC6900,
BSC6910))

Max.
HSDPA
Power
Ratio for
Resource
Group 3
(
ResG3Dpa
MaxPwrRa
tio
(BSC6900,
BSC6910))

SPI

20

60

60

100

NOTE

The maximum HSDPA power ratio for a resource group indicates the percentage of the HSDPA transmit
power consumed by all users in the resource group on the HS-SCCH and HS-PDSCH to the maximum cell
transmit power. Non-HSDPA channels such as pilot channels also consume a part of downlink transmit
power resources. Therefore, the power resources available to HSDPA channels account for 75% or less of
the maximum cell transmit power. If the maximum HSDPA power ratio for a resource group is greater
than 75%, the parameter settings do not take effect.

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Resource Groups

Limitations on HSDPA Power Consumption


for Users in Resource Groups
During HSDPA air interface scheduling, the NodeB periodically calculates the downlink power
consumption of users in resource groups in a cell over the HS-SCCH and HS-PDSCH.
If the total amount of power resources consumed over the HS-SCCH and HS-PDSCH exceeds
the configured maximum HSDPA power ratio for the resource group, the RNC lowers the
scheduling priorities of users in the resource group. This allows users in other resource groups
or not in resource groups to preferentially use these power resources. If there are remaining
power resources after users in other resource groups or not in resource groups are scheduled,
users in the resource group can use the remaining power even though consumption reaches the
configured maximum.
In highly loaded cells, the amount of power for a resource group is limited to the configured
maximum HSDPA power ratio. In slightly loaded cells, the users in the resource group can use
the remaining power even though the total power consumption exceeds the maximum. This fully
utilizes the downlink power resources.

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5 Related Features

Related Features

5.1 Prerequisite Features


WRFD-010611 HSDPA Enhanced Package

5.2 Mutually Exclusive Features


None

5.3 Impacted Features


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WRFD-140223 MOCN Cell Resource Demarcation


Differentiated Service Based on Resource Reservation cannot take effect in cells where
MOCN Cell Resource Demarcation has been activated.

WRFD-020806 Differentiated Service Based on SPI Weight


Differentiated Service Based on SPI Weight provides differentiated services by adjusting
SPI weights based on user priorities. However, Differentiated Service Based on Resource
Reservation limits the amount of power resources available to users based on user priorities
during busy hours. If Differentiated Service Based on Resource Reservation is used with
Differentiated Service Based on SPI Weight, the maximum HSDPA power ratio configured
in the former feature affects user differences in the latter feature when downlink power
resources are insufficient.

WRFD-020128 Quality Improvement for Subscribed Service

WRFD-020132 Web Browsing Acceleration

WRFD-020133 P2P Downloading Rate Control during Busy Hour


The above three features introduce the differentiated service management function. If these
features are used with the Differentiated Service Based on Resource Reservation feature,
service differentiation becomes less obvious.

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Platinum users are not grouped into any resource group based on SPIs, and therefore
limitations on HSDPA power consumption do not apply to them. The Differentiated Service
Based on Resource Reservation feature is also not applicable to platinum users.

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Network Impact

6.1 System Capacity


Cell capacity changes if the following conditions are met:
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When users in both resource groups A and B need to transmit data and users in A have
better signal quality than users in B, the amount of downlink power resources available to
group A is limited if the downlink power consumed by A reaches the configured ratio. Then
downlink power resources are allocated to users in resource group B, decreasing the cell
throughput.

When users in both resource groups A and B need to transmit data and users in B have
better signal quality than users in A, the amount of downlink power resources available to
group A is limited if the downlink power consumed by A reaches the configured ratio. Then
downlink power resources are allocated to users in resource group B, increasing the cell
throughput.

6.2 Network Performance


In the scenarios of insufficient downlink power resources, the data rates of users in a resource
group may be lower than the guaranteed bit rate (GBR) if the resource group contains excessive
users or the configured maximum HSDPA power ratio for the resource group is low. In severe
conditions, low-priority users in the resource group may experience call drops because they are
not scheduled for a long period of time.

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Engineering Guidelines

7.1 When to Use WRFD-150233 Differentiated Service Based


on Resource Reservation
It is recommended that Differentiated Service Based on Resource Reservation be deployed if
operators expect to provide differentiated power resource services for users of different priorities
when downlink power resources are insufficient.

7.2 Required Information


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Insufficiency of downlink power resources in a cell

Information about downlink power resource insufficiency helps determine whether this feature
can yield expected gains.
Obtain values of the RNC counters VS.MeanTCP.NonHS and VS.MeanTCP, and the maximum
transmit power (MaxTxPower(BSC6900,BSC6910)) of a cell based on RNC data
configurations.
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VS.MeanTCP.NonHS, mean downlink Transmitted Carrier Power (TCP) for non-HSDPA


services in a cell during busy hours, is indicated as VS.MeanTCP.NonHS(W) in the unit
of W.

VS.MeanTCP, mean TCP in a cell during busy hours, is indicated as VS.MeanTCP(W) in


the unit of W.

MaxTxPower(BSC6900,BSC6910), maximum transmit power of a cell, is indicated as


Configured PA Capacity (W) in the unit of W.

Based on the above information, non-HSDPA TCP usage and total TCP usage are calculated by
using the following formulas:
Non-HSDPA TCP usage = VS.MeanTCP.NonHS(W)/Configured PA Capacity (W) 100%
Total TCP usage = VS.MeanTCP(W)/Configured PA Capacity (W) 100%
where
VS.MeanTCP.NonHS(W) = 10^(VS.MeanTCP.NonHS/10-3)
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Configured PA Capacity (W) = 10^(MaxTxPower/100-3)


VS.MeanTCP(W) = 10^(VS.MeanTCP/10-3)
If non-HSDPA TCP usage exceeds 70% or total TCP usage exceeds 80% during busy hours,
downlink power resources are considered to be insufficient. In this case, this feature can yield
expected gains.
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Differentiated configurations of users


Collect license data and data configurations of the RNC. Check whether the WRFD-020806
Differentiated Service Based on SPI Weight feature has been activated. Run the RNC MML
command LST USCHEDULEPRIOMAP or LST UOPERSCHEDULEPRIOMAP to
check SPI configurations, and run the RNC MML command LST
UUSERGRPSPIMAP to obtain the mapping between SPIs and user groups. All
information mentioned above provides a basis for feature activation.

7.3 Planning
None

7.4 Deployment
7.4.1 Requirements
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NodeB hardware
The BTS3812E, BTS3812A, and BTS3812AE must be configured with the EBBI,
EBOI, EDLP, EULP, or EULPd board.
The DBS3800 series base stations must be configured with the EBBC, EBBM, or
EBBCd board.
The 3900 series base stations including the BTS3900, DBS3900 and BTS3900C must
be configured with the WBBPb, WBBPd, or WBBPf board.

License
The operator has purchased and activated the license for the feature listed in the following
table. For details about how to activate a license, see License Management Feature
Parameter Description.

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Feature
Name

License
Control Item

NE

Sales Unit

WRFD-15023
3

Differentiated
Service Based
on Resource
Reservation

Differentiated
Service based
on Resource
Reservation
(per Mbps)

RNC

Mbps

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7.4.2 Data Preparation


Table 7-1 lists the data to prepare before activating the Differentiated Service Based on Resource
Reservation feature.
Table 7-1 Data to prepare before activating the Differentiated Service Based on Resource
Reservation feature

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Parameter Name

Parameter ID

Setting Notes

Data Source

Scheduling Priority
Indicator

SPI
(BSC6900,BSC6910
)

SPIs are used to


prioritize users.
Whether to add users
prioritized by SPIs to
a resource group
needs to be planned
before the feature is
deployed. You can
run the RNC MML
command ADD
UUSERGRPSPIM
AP to specify the
resource group that
SPI users belong to.

Radio network plan


(internal)

Resource Group ID

ResGroupId
(BSC6900,BSC6910
)

A maximum of four
resource groups can
be defined in a cell.
The mapping
between SPIs and
resource groups
needs to be planned
before the feature is
deployed.

Radio network plan


(internal)

Cell ID

CellId
(BSC6900,BSC6910
)

This parameter
specifies the cell in
which Differentiated
Service Based on
Resource
Reservation needs to
be activated.

Radio network plan


(internal)

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Parameter Name

Parameter ID

Setting Notes

Data Source

Max. HSDPA Power


Ratio for Resource
Group 0~Max.
HSDPA Power Ratio
for Resource Group 3

ResG0DpaMaxPwrRatio
(BSC6900,BSC6910
)
~
ResG3DpaMaxPwrRatio
(BSC6900,BSC6910
)

The value of this


parameter ranges
from 1 to 100. The
maximum HSDPA
power ratio for each
resource group needs
to be planned based
on user subscribed
services before the
feature is deployed.

Radio network plan


(internal)

Differentiated
Service based on
Resource
Reservation-kbps

DiffeServiceonResReserve

When RAN Sharing


or MOCN is enabled,
you need to
configure PS traffic
separately for the
primary and
secondary operators.
The sum of the PS
traffic configured for
all the operators
cannot exceed the
licensed PS traffic
for the Differentiated
Service Based on
Resource
Reservation feature.

Radio network plan


(internal)

When RAN Sharing


or MOCN is not
enabled, you do not
need to configure this
parameter.

7.4.3 Activation (Using MML Commands)


Step 1 (Optional) Configure SPIs for users.
l If the WRFD-020806 Differentiated Service Based on SPI Weight feature has been activated,
SPIs are already configured. Therefore, SPIs do not need to be configured again.
l If this feature has not been activated, perform the following steps to configure SPIs based on
mapping relationships with the traffic class, ARP, and THP:
1.

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Run the RNC MML command SET UUSERPRIORITY with User_priority of


Allocation/Retention priority 1 through User_priority of Allocation/Retention
priority 15 set to configure user priorities.

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2.

Run the RNC MML command SET UTHPCLASS with User Class of Traffic
Handling Priority 1 through User Class of Traffic Handling Priority 15 set to
configure the THP classes for PS interactive services.

3.

Run the RNC MML command SET USCHEDULEPRIOMAP with Traffic Class,
User Priority, Traffic Handling Priority Class, and Scheduling Priority Indicator
set.

Step 2 Specify the resource group that SPI users belong to.
Run the RNC MML command LST UUSERGRPSPIMAP to check whether the mapping
between SPIs and user groups exists.
l If the mapping between SPIs and user groups does not exist, QoS management based on
service awareness is not enabled. In this case, perform the following steps:
1.

Run the RNC MML command ADD UUSERGROUP with User Group ID and
Description set to create a user group.

2.

Run the RNC MML command ADD UUSERGRPSPIMAP with Scheduling Priority
Indicator, User Group ID, and Resource Group ID set to specify the resource group
that SPI users belong to.

l If the mapping between SPIs and user groups exists, QoS management based on service
awareness is enabled. In this case, perform the following steps:
Run the RNC MML command MOD UUSERGRPSPIMAP with Scheduling Priority
Indicator, User Group ID, and Resource Group ID set to specify the resource group that
SPI users belong to.
Step 3 Configure the maximum HSDPA power ratio for each resource group in a cell.
To activate Differentiated Service Based on Resource Reservation for a cell, run the RNC MML
command ADD UCELLRESGRP with Resource Group Matching Algorithm Switch set to
SPI to configure the maximum HSDPA power ratio for each resource group in the cell.
Step 4 (Optional) In RAN sharing or MOCN scenario, run the RNC MML command SET LICENSE
to configure PS traffic separately for the primary and secondary operators. In this step, set Set
Object License to UMTS(UMTS), Operator Type to PRIM(Primary Operator) or SEC
(Secondary Operator), and Differentiated Service based on Resource Reservation-kbps to
the licensed value.
----End
NOTE

Enabling this feature does not involve any RNC-level or cell-level switches.

7.4.4 MML Command Examples


//(Optional) Configuring SPIs for users
//Configuring user priorities
SET UUSERPRIORITY: ARP1Priority=Gold, ARP2Priority=Gold, ARP3Priority=Gold,
ARP4Priority=Gold, ARP5Priority=Gold, ARP6Priority=Silver, ARP7Priority=Silver,
ARP8Priority=Silver, ARP9Priority=Silver, ARP10Priority=Silver,
ARP11Priority=Copper, ARP12Priority=Copper, ARP13Priority=Copper,
ARP14Priority=Copper, ARP15Priority=Copper;
//Configuring the THP classes for PS interactive services
SET UTHPCLASS: THP1Class=High, THP2Class=High, THP3Class=High,
THP4Class=High,THP5Class=High, THP6Class=Medium, THP7Class=Medium,
THP8Class=Medium, THP9Class=Medium, THP10Class=Medium, THP11Class=Low,

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THP12Class=Low, THP13Class=Low, THP14Class=Low, THP15Class=Low;


//Configuring SPIs for PS BE services
SET USCHEDULEPRIOMAP: TrafficClass=INTERACTIVE, UserPriority=GOLD, THPClass=High,
SPI=10;
SET USCHEDULEPRIOMAP: TrafficClass=INTERACTIVE, UserPriority=GOLD,
THPClass=Medium, SPI=9;
SET USCHEDULEPRIOMAP: TrafficClass=INTERACTIVE, UserPriority=GOLD, THPClass=Low,
SPI=8;
SET USCHEDULEPRIOMAP: TrafficClass=INTERACTIVE, UserPriority=SILVER,
THPClass=High, SPI=7;
SET USCHEDULEPRIOMAP: TrafficClass=INTERACTIVE, UserPriority=SILVER,
THPClass=Medium, SPI=6;
SET USCHEDULEPRIOMAP: TrafficClass=INTERACTIVE, UserPriority=SILVER, THPClass=Low,
SPI=5;
SET USCHEDULEPRIOMAP: TrafficClass=INTERACTIVE, UserPriority=COPPER,
THPClass=High, SPI=4;
SET USCHEDULEPRIOMAP: TrafficClass=INTERACTIVE, UserPriority=COPPER,
THPClass=Medium, SPI=3;
SET USCHEDULEPRIOMAP: TrafficClass=INTERACTIVE, UserPriority=COPPER, THPClass=Low,
SPI=2;
SET USCHEDULEPRIOMAP: TrafficClass=BACKGROUND, UserPriority=GOLD, SPI=11;
SET USCHEDULEPRIOMAP: TrafficClass=BACKGROUND, UserPriority=SILVER, SPI=9;
SET USCHEDULEPRIOMAP: TrafficClass=BACKGROUND, UserPriority=COPPER, SPI=2;
//Specifying the resource group that SPI users belong to
//Checking whether the mapping between SPIs and user groups exists
LST UUSERGRPSPIMAP:;
//If User Classification Mode is not set to SPI(Schedule Priority Indication)
//Adding user groups for resource reservation
ADD UUSERGROUP: UserGroupID=0, Description="Low value user group";
ADD UUSERGROUP: UserGroupID=2, Description="Middle value user group";
ADD UUSERGROUP: UserGroupID=4, Description="High value user group";
//Specifying user groups and resource groups that users belong to
MOD UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=2, UserGroupID=0, ResGroupId=ResG0;
MOD UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=3, UserGroupID=0, ResGroupId=ResG0;
MOD UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=5, UserGroupID=2, ResGroupId=ResG1;
MOD UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=6, UserGroupID=2, ResGroupId=ResG1;
MOD UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=10, UserGroupID=4, ResGroupId=ResG2;
MOD UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=11, UserGroupID=4, ResGroupId=ResG2;
//If User Classification Mode is set to SPI(Schedule Priority Indication)
//Modifying resource groups as required
MOD UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=2, UserGroupID=0, ResGroupId=ResG0;
MOD UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=3, UserGroupID=1, ResGroupId=ResG0;
MOD UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=5, UserGroupID=2, ResGroupId=ResG1;
MOD UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=6, UserGroupID=3, ResGroupId=ResG1;
MOD UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=10, UserGroupID=4, ResGroupId=ResG2;
MOD UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=11, UserGroupID=5, ResGroupId=ResG2;
//Configuring the maximum HSDPA power ratio for each resource group in a cell
//Configuring the maximum HSDPA power ratio for resource groups 0, 1, and 2 in cell
1234 on the BSC6900
ADD UCELLRESGRP: CellId=1234,ResGMatchSwitch=SPI,ResG0DpaMaxPwrRatio=20,
ResG1DpaMaxPwrRatio=60,ResG2DpaMaxPwrRatio=60;
//(Optional) Configuring licensed PS traffic separately for the primary and
secondary operators in RAN sharing or MOCN scenarios
SET LICENSE: SETOBJECT=UMTS, OperatorType=PRIM, DiffeServiceonResReserve=2000000;
SET LICENSE: SETOBJECT=UMTS, OperatorType=SEC, DiffeServiceonResReserve=1000000;

7.4.5 Activation (Using the CME)


NOTE

When configuring the Differentiated Service Based on Resource Reservation feature on the CME, perform
a single configuration first, and then perform a batch modification if required.
Configure the parameters of a single object before a batch modification. Perform a batch modification
before logging out of the parameter setting interface.

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Step 1 Configure a single object (such as a cell) on the CME.


Set parameters on the CME according to the operation sequence in Table 7-2. For instructions
on how to perform the CME single configuration, see CME Single Configuration Operation
Guide.
Step 2 (Optional) Modify objects in batches on the CME. (CME batch modification center)
To modify objects in batches, click
on the CME to start the batch modification wizard. For
instructions on how to perform a batch modification through the CME batch modification center,
press F1 on the wizard interface to obtain online help.
----End
NOTE

In RAN Sharing or MOCN scenarios, the license cannot be configured on the CME. In this case, run the
RNC MML command SET LICENSE on the LMT and set the Differentiated Service based on Resource
Reservation-kbps parameter to configure PS traffic separately for the primary and secondary operators.

Table 7-2 Configuring the parameters on the CME


SN

MO

NE

Parameter
Name

Parameter
ID

Configura
ble in CME
Batch
Modificati
on Center

1 (Optional)

UUSERPRI
ORITY

RNC

User_priorit
y of
Allocation/
Retention
priority 1 ~
User_priorit
y of
Allocation/
Retention
priority 15

ARP1Priorit
y
(BSC6900,
BSC6910)~
ARP15Prior
ity
(BSC6900,
BSC6910)

Yes

UTHPCLAS
S

RNC

User Class of
Traffic
Handling
Priority
1~User Class
of Traffic
Handling
Priority 15

THP1Class
(BSC6900,
BSC6910)~
THP15Class
(BSC6900,
BSC6910)

Yes

USCHEDU
LEPRIOMA
P

RNC

Traffic Class

TrafficClass
(BSC6900,
BSC6910)

No

NOTE
If the
WRFD-020
806
Differentiate
d Service
Based on
SPI Weight
feature is not
activated,
configure
the MOs
UUSERPRI
ORITY,
UTHPCLA
SS, and
USCHEDU
LEPRIOM
AP.

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MO

UUSERGR
OUP
(Optional)

7 Engineering Guidelines

NE

RNC

NOTE
Check
whether
SPIs are
configured
for user
priorities
after
selecting the
MO
UUSERGR
PSPIMAP
on the CME.
If not,
configure
the MO.

USERGRPS
PIMAP

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Parameter
Name

Parameter
ID

User Priority

UserPriority
(BSC6900,
BSC6910)

Traffic
Handling
Priority
Class

THPClass
(BSC6900,
BSC6910)

Scheduling
Priority
Indicator

SPI
(BSC6900,
BSC6910)

User Group
ID

UserGroupI
D
(BSC6900,
BSC6910)

Description

Description
(BSC6900,
BSC6910)

Scheduling
Priority
Indicator

SPI
(BSC6900,
BSC6910)

User Group
ID

UserGroupI
D
(BSC6900,
BSC6910)

Resource
Group ID

ResGroupId
(BSC6900,
BSC6910)

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on Center

No

No

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SN

MO

NE

Parameter
Name

Parameter
ID

Configura
ble in CME
Batch
Modificati
on Center

UCELLRES
GRP

RNC

Resource
Group
Matching
Algorithm
Switch

ResGMatch
Switch
(BSC6900,
BSC6910)

Yes

The
parameter is
set to SPI.
Max.
HSDPA
Power Ratio
for Resource
Group
0~Max.
HSDPA
Power Ratio
for Resource
Group 3

ResG0Dpa
MaxPwrRat
io
(BSC6900,
BSC6910)
~
ResG3Dpa
MaxPwrRat
io
(BSC6900,
BSC6910)

7.4.6 Activation Observation


Observe the following counters after the Differentiated Service Based on Resource Reservation
feature is activated. If the value of any of the following counters is not 0, this feature has taken
effect.
l

VS.HSDPAPwrRatio.Mean.ResG0

VS.HSDPAPwrRatio.Mean.ResG1

VS.HSDPAPwrRatio.Mean.ResG2

VS.HSDPAPwrRatio.Mean.ResG3

The values of the previous counters are 0 for cells in which the WRFD-140223 MOCN Cell
Resource Demarcation feature has been activated. Therefore, deactivate MOCN Cell Resource
Demarcation so that the Differentiated Service Based on Resource Reservation feature can take
effect.

7.4.7 Reconfiguration
Reconfiguration includes the following:
l

Adjustment of the maximum HSDPA power ratio for a resource group


Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLRESGRP with Cell ID, Max. HSDPA
Power Ratio for Resource Group 0, Max. HSDPA Power Ratio for Resource Group

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1, Max. HSDPA Power Ratio for Resource Group 2, Max. HSDPA Power Ratio for
Resource Group 3 modified.
l

Adjustment of the mapping between SPIs and resource groups


Run the RNC MML command MOD UUSERGRPSPIMAP with Scheduling Priority
Indicator, and User Group ID set, and Resource Group ID modified as required.

7.4.8 Deactivation (Using MML Commands)


Temporary Deactivation
Run the RNC MML command MOD UCELLRESGRP with Cell ID specified, and Resource
Group Matching Algorithm Switch set to OFF to temporarily deactivate the resource
reservation function for a cell. After the resource reservation function is deactivated, the
Differentiated Service Based on Resource Reservation feature does not take effect in the cell.

Permanent Deactivation
To permanently deactivate the resource reservation function for a cell, perform the following
steps:
Step 1 Run the RNC MML command RMV UCELLRESGRP with Cell ID specified to delete
resource groups configured in a cell.
Step 2 Delete resource groups that SPI users belong to in the RNC.
Run the RNC MML command LST UIPSERVICEQOS to query user group configurations
before deleting resource groups that SPI users belong to in the RNC.
l If the command output does not contain user group information, the QoS user group
management function is not enabled.
In this case, run the RNC MML command RMV UUSERGRPSPIMAP with Scheduling
Priority Indicator set to delete resource groups that SPI users belong to.
l If the command output contains user group information, the QoS user group management
function is enabled.
In this case, run the RNC MML command MOD USERGRPSPIMAP with Scheduling
Priority Indicator, and User Group ID set, and with Resource Group ID changed to ResGNone
(ResGNone).
Step 3 Run the RNC MML command SET LICENSE to deactivate the license for the Differentiated
Service Based on Resource Reservation feature. In this step, set Set Object License to
UMTS, Operator Type to PRIM(Primary Operator) or SEC(Secondary Operator), and
Differentiated Service based on Resource Reservation-kbps to 0.
----End

7.4.9 MML Command Examples


Temporary Deactivation
//Temporarily deactivating the resource reservation function for cell 1234
MOD UCELLRESGRP:CellId=1234,ResGMatchSwitch=OFF;

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//Deleting resource groups configured in cell 1234
RMV UCELLRESGRP:CellId=1234;
//Querying user group configurations
LST UIPSERVICEQOS:;
//Deleting resource groups of user groups 0, 1, and 2 if the LST UIPSERVICEQOS
command output does not contain user group information
RMV UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=2;
RMV UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=3;
RMV UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=5;
RMV UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=6;
RMV UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=10;
RMV UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=11;
//Modifying the resource group setting if the LST UIPSERVICEQOS command output
contains user group information
MOD UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=2, UserGroupID=0, ResGroupId=ResGNone;
MOD UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=3, UserGroupID=0, ResGroupId=ResGNone;
MOD UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=5, UserGroupID=2, ResGroupId=ResGNone;
MOD UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=6, UserGroupID=2, ResGroupId=ResGNone;
MOD UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=10, UserGroupID=4, ResGroupId=ResGNone;
MOD UUSERGRPSPIMAP: SPI=11, UserGroupID=4, ResGroupId=ResGNone;
//Deactivating the license for this feature
SET LICENSE: SETOBJECT=UMTS, OperatorType=PRIM, DiffeServiceonResReserve=0;

7.4.10 Deactivation (Using the CME)


NOTE

When configuring the Differentiated Service Based on Resource Reservation feature on the CME, perform
a single configuration first, and then perform a batch modification if required.
Configure the parameters of a single object before a batch modification. Perform a batch modification
before logging out of the parameter setting interface.

Temporary Deactivation
Step 1 Configure a single object (such as a cell) on the CME.
Set the parameter described in Table 7-3 on the CME. For instructions on how to perform the
CME single configuration, see CME Single Configuration Operation Guide.
Step 2 (Optional) Modify objects in batches on the CME. (CME batch modification center)
on the CME to start the batch modification wizard. For
To modify objects in batches, click
instructions on how to perform a batch modification through the CME batch modification center,
press F1 on the wizard interface to obtain online help.
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Table 7-3 Configuring the parameter on the CME


SN

MO

NE

Parameter
Name

Parameter
ID

Configura
ble in CME
Batch
Modificati
on Center

UCELLRES
GRP

RNC

Resource
Group
Matching
Algorithm
Switch

ResGMatch
Switch
(BSC6900,
BSC6910)

Yes

NOTE
Check
whether
SPIs are
configured
for user
priorities
after
selecting the
MO
UUSERGR
PSPIMAP
on the CME.
If not,
configure
the MO.

The
parameter is
set to OFF.

Permanent Deactivation
Permanent deactivation cannot be performed using the CME.

7.5 Performance Monitoring


The Differentiated Service Based on Resource Reservation feature yields obvious gains only
when downlink resources are insufficient.
Table 7-4 describes the NodeB counters used to monitor the operating status of this feature.
Table 7-4 NodeB counters

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Counter Description

VS.HSDPAPwrRatio.Mean.ResG0

Average Transmit Power Ratio for HSDPA


Users In Resource Group 0

VS.HSDPAPwrRatio.Mean.ResG1

Average Transmit Power Ratio for HSDPA


Users In Resource Group 1

VS.HSDPAPwrRatio.Mean.ResG2

Average Transmit Power Ratio for HSDPA


Users In Resource Group 2

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Counter Name

Counter Description

VS.HSDPAPwrRatio.Mean.ResG3

Average Transmit Power Ratio for HSDPA


Users In Resource Group 3

If the average transmit power ratio for HSDPA users in a resource group exceeds the
configured maximum HSDPA power ratio for the cell, the possible causes are as follows:
Power resources are sufficient and all users in the cell can use power resources on
demand.
Power resources are insufficient but users in other resource groups use only a few power
resources.

If the average transmit power ratio for HSDPA users in a resource group is far lower than
the configured maximum HSDPA power ratio for the cell, the possible causes are as
follows:
users need to transmit a small amount of data or the number of users is small in the cell.
Power resources are insufficient but non-HSDPA R99 services and control channels
consume most of the power resources, causing available power for users in the resource
group to be lower than the configured ratio.

7.6 Parameter Optimization


Generally, the same resource group parameters are configured for cells in the RNC. The
maximum HSDPA power ratio for a resource group can be configured based on the proportions
of traffic volume of users, gains, and the number of users. Assume that the traffic volume of
users whose SPI is 2 accounts for about 80% of the total but the revenue yielded from these users
accounts for only 10% of the total. Therefore, the maximum HSDPA power ratio for the resource
group that these users belong to can be configured as 20% to balance power resource
consumption and revenue.

7.7 Troubleshooting
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Parameters

Table 8-1 Parameter description


Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

SPI

BSC690
0

SET
USCHE
DULEP
RIOMA
P

WRFD020806

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on SPI
Weight

Meaning: Relative priority when RAB data in the PS


domain is scheduled. The larger the value of this
parameter, the higher the scheduling priority. Values
2-11 indicate the scheduling priorities of background
and interactive services.Value 12 indicates the
scheduling priority of the streaming service. Value 13
indicates the scheduling priority of the conversational
service. Value 14 indicates the scheduling priority of the
IMS signaling. Value 15 indicates the scheduling
priority of the SRB service. Values 0 and 1 are reserved
for other services.
GUI Value Range: 2~11
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 2~11
Default Value: None

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

SPI

BSC691
0

SET
USCHE
DULEP
RIOMA
P

WRFD020806

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on SPI
Weight

Meaning: Relative priority when RAB data in the PS


domain is scheduled. The larger the value of this
parameter, the higher the scheduling priority. Values
2-11 indicate the scheduling priorities of background
and interactive services.Value 12 indicates the
scheduling priority of the streaming service. Value 13
indicates the scheduling priority of the conversational
service. Value 14 indicates the scheduling priority of the
IMS signaling. Value 15 indicates the scheduling
priority of the SRB service. Values 0 and 1 are reserved
for other services.
GUI Value Range: 2~11
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 2~11
Default Value: None

ResGrou
pId

BSC690
0

ADD
UUSER
GRPSPI
MAP

WRFD150233

MOD
UUSER
GRPSPI
MAP

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

Meaning: ID of the resource group corresponding to a


service protocol group.
GUI Value Range: ResG0(ResG0), ResG1(ResG1),
ResG2(ResG2), ResG3(ResG3), ResGNone
(ResGNone)
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: ResG0, ResG1, ResG2, ResG3,
ResGNone
Default Value: ResGNone(ResGNone)

ResGrou
pId

BSC691
0

ADD
UUSER
GRPSPI
MAP
MOD
UUSER
GRPSPI
MAP

WRFD150233

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

Meaning: ID of the resource group corresponding to a


service protocol group.
GUI Value Range: ResG0(ResG0), ResG1(ResG1),
ResG2(ResG2), ResG3(ResG3), ResGNone
(ResGNone)
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: ResG0, ResG1, ResG2, ResG3,
ResGNone
Default Value: ResGNone(ResGNone)

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

ResGMa
tchSwitc
h

BSC690
0

ADD
UCELL
RESGR
P

WRFD150233

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

Meaning: Method for matching UEs and HSDPA power


resource groups. Value OFF indicates that no matching
action is required. Value SPI indicates that the RNC
matches UEs to resource groups based on their SPI for
resource allocation. Value Service indicates that the
RNC matches UEs to the resource groups for resource
allocation based on service awareness. In this case, the
resource groups are configured by running "ADD
UIPSERVICEQOS".

MOD
UCELL
RESGR
P

GUI Value Range: OFF, SPI, Service


Unit: None
Actual Value Range: OFF, SPI, Service
Default Value: OFF
ResGMa
tchSwitc
h

BSC691
0

ADD
UCELL
RESGR
P

WRFD150233

MOD
UCELL
RESGR
P

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

Meaning: Method for matching UEs and HSDPA power


resource groups. Value OFF indicates that no matching
action is required. Value SPI indicates that the RNC
matches UEs to resource groups based on their SPI for
resource allocation. Value Service indicates that the
RNC matches UEs to the resource groups for resource
allocation based on service awareness. In this case, the
resource groups are configured by running "ADD
UIPSERVICEQOS".
GUI Value Range: OFF, SPI, Service
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: OFF, SPI, Service
Default Value: OFF

ResG0D
paMaxP
wrRatio

BSC690
0

ADD
UCELL
RESGR
P
MOD
UCELL
RESGR
P

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Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

Meaning: Maximum available HSDPA power of cell


resource group 0. The RNC sends the parameter value
to the NodeB, which then controls the admission of
HSDPA UEs for cell resource group 0 in busy hours.
GUI Value Range: 1~100
Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 1~100
Default Value: 100

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

ResG0D
paMaxP
wrRatio

BSC691
0

ADD
UCELL
RESGR
P

WRFD150233

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

Meaning: Maximum available HSDPA power of cell


resource group 0. The RNC sends the parameter value
to the NodeB, which then controls the admission of
HSDPA UEs for cell resource group 0 in busy hours.

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

Meaning: Maximum available HSDPA power of cell


resource group 1. The RNC sends the parameter value
to the NodeB, which then controls the admission of
HSDPA UEs for cell resource group 1 in busy hours.

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

Meaning: Maximum available HSDPA power of cell


resource group 1. The RNC sends the parameter value
to the NodeB, which then controls the admission of
HSDPA UEs for cell resource group 1 in busy hours.

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

Meaning: Maximum available HSDPA power of cell


resource group 2. The RNC sends the parameter value
to the NodeB, which then controls the admission of
HSDPA UEs for cell resource group 2 in busy hours.

MOD
UCELL
RESGR
P
ResG1D
paMaxP
wrRatio

BSC690
0

ADD
UCELL
RESGR
P

WRFD150233

MOD
UCELL
RESGR
P
ResG1D
paMaxP
wrRatio

BSC691
0

ADD
UCELL
RESGR
P

WRFD150233

MOD
UCELL
RESGR
P
ResG2D
paMaxP
wrRatio

BSC690
0

ADD
UCELL
RESGR
P
MOD
UCELL
RESGR
P

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GUI Value Range: 1~100


Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 1~100
Default Value: 100

GUI Value Range: 1~100


Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 1~100
Default Value: 100

GUI Value Range: 1~100


Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 1~100
Default Value: 100

GUI Value Range: 1~100


Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 1~100
Default Value: 100

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

ResG2D
paMaxP
wrRatio

BSC691
0

ADD
UCELL
RESGR
P

WRFD150233

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

Meaning: Maximum available HSDPA power of cell


resource group 2. The RNC sends the parameter value
to the NodeB, which then controls the admission of
HSDPA UEs for cell resource group 2 in busy hours.

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

Meaning: Maximum available HSDPA power of cell


resource group 3. The RNC sends the parameter value
to the NodeB, which then controls the admission of
HSDPA UEs for cell resource group 3 in busy hours.

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

Meaning: Maximum available HSDPA power of cell


resource group 3. The RNC sends the parameter value
to the NodeB, which then controls the admission of
HSDPA UEs for cell resource group 3 in busy hours.

MOD
UCELL
RESGR
P
ResG3D
paMaxP
wrRatio

BSC690
0

ADD
UCELL
RESGR
P

WRFD150233

MOD
UCELL
RESGR
P
ResG3D
paMaxP
wrRatio

BSC691
0

ADD
UCELL
RESGR
P
MOD
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RESGR
P

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GUI Value Range: 1~100


Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 1~100
Default Value: 100

GUI Value Range: 1~100


Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 1~100
Default Value: 100

GUI Value Range: 1~100


Unit: %
Actual Value Range: 1~100
Default Value: 100

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

CellId

BSC690
0

ADD
UCELL
RESGR
P

None

None

Meaning: The logical cell ID uniquely identifies a cell


in a radio network. The logical cell ID is configured at
the RNC. The RNC sends the cell ID to the base station
during a cell setup procedure. The mapping between
logical cell IDs and local cell IDs are configured at the
RNC. The RNC supports a maximum of 5100 logical
cells. Logical cells are uniquely but not necessarily
consecutively numbered within a RNC. For example,
you can set the ID of a logical cell to 0 and that of another
logical cell to 2. For clear and easy identification, adhere
to the following numbering principles: Specify different
number ranges for logical cells in different subracks.
For example, you can specify the range of 0 to 899 for
the logical cells in subrack 0 (MPS) and the range of
900 to 1799 for the logical cells in subrack 1 (EPS).For
detailed information about this parameter, see 3GPP TS
25.401.

MOD
UCELL
RESGR
P
RMV
UCELL
RESGR
P

GUI Value Range: 0~65535


Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~65535
Default Value: None
CellId

BSC691
0

ADD
UCELL
RESGR
P
MOD
UCELL
RESGR
P
RMV
UCELL
RESGR
P

None

None

Meaning: The logical cell ID uniquely identifies a cell


in a radio network. The logical cell ID is configured at
the RNC. The RNC sends the cell ID to the base station
during a cell setup procedure. The mapping between
logical cell IDs and local cell IDs are configured at the
RNC. The RNC supports a maximum of 20000 logical
cells. Logical cells are uniquely but not necessarily
consecutively numbered within a RNC. For example,
you can set the ID of a logical cell to 0 and that of another
logical cell to 2. For detailed information about this
parameter, see 3GPP TS 25.401.
GUI Value Range: 0~65535
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~65535
Default Value: None

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

MaxTxP
ower

BSC690
0

ADD
UCELL
SETUP

WRFD020501

Open
Loop
Power
Control

Meaning: Sum of the maximum transmit power of all


DL channels in a cell. For detailed information of this
parameter, see 3GPP TS 25.433.

MOD
UCELL

GUI Value Range: 0~500


Unit: 0.1dBm
Actual Value Range: 0~50
Default Value: 430

MaxTxP
ower

BSC691
0

ADD
UCELL
SETUP

WRFD020501

MOD
UCELL

Open
Loop
Power
Control

Meaning: Sum of the maximum transmit power of all


DL channels in a cell. For detailed information of this
parameter, see 3GPP TS 25.433.
GUI Value Range: 0~500
Unit: 0.1dBm
Actual Value Range: 0~50
Default Value: 430

ARP1Pr
iority

BSC690
0

SET
UUSER
PRIORI
TY

WRFD010505
WRFD150233
WRFD020106
WRFD020107
WRFD020806

Queuing
and PreEmption
Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

Meaning: User priority corresponding to ARP 1.


GUI Value Range: Gold, Silver, Copper
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: Gold, Silver, Copper
Default Value: Gold

Load
Reshuffl
ing
Overloa
d
Control
Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on SPI
Weight

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

ARP1Pr
iority

BSC691
0

SET
UUSER
PRIORI
TY

WRFD010505

Queuing
and PreEmption

Meaning: User priority corresponding to ARP 1.

WRFD150233
WRFD020106
WRFD020107
WRFD020806

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

GUI Value Range: Gold, Silver, Copper


Unit: None
Actual Value Range: Gold, Silver, Copper
Default Value: Gold

Load
Reshuffl
ing
Overloa
d
Control
Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on SPI
Weight

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

ARP15P
riority

BSC690
0

SET
UUSER
PRIORI
TY

WRFD010505

Queuing
and PreEmption

Meaning: User priority corresponding to ARP 15.

WRFD150233
WRFD020106
WRFD020107
WRFD020806

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

GUI Value Range: Gold, Silver, Copper


Unit: None
Actual Value Range: Gold, Silver, Copper
Default Value: Copper

Load
Reshuffl
ing
Overloa
d
Control
Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on SPI
Weight

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

ARP15P
riority

BSC691
0

SET
UUSER
PRIORI
TY

WRFD010505

Queuing
and PreEmption

Meaning: User priority corresponding to ARP 15.

WRFD150233
WRFD020106
WRFD020107
WRFD020806

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

GUI Value Range: Gold, Silver, Copper


Unit: None
Actual Value Range: Gold, Silver, Copper
Default Value: Copper

Load
Reshuffl
ing
Overloa
d
Control
Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on SPI
Weight

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

THP1Cl
ass

BSC690
0

SET
UTHPC
LASS

WRFD020806

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on SPI
Weight

Meaning: Traffic handling priority (THP) class of the


PS interactive service whose THP is 1. The THP class
includes High, Medium, and Low. The GBR, HBR, and
SPI of the PS interactive service can be configured
based on the THP class.

Traffic
Priority
Mappin
g onto
Transmi
ssion
Resourc
es

Unit: None

WRFD050424
WRFD150233

GUI Value Range: High, Medium, Low


Actual Value Range: High, Medium, Low
Default Value: High

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

THP1Cl
ass

BSC691
0

SET
UTHPC
LASS

WRFD020806

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on SPI
Weight

Meaning: Traffic handling priority (THP) class of the


PS interactive service whose THP is 1. The THP class
includes High, Medium, and Low. The GBR, HBR, and
SPI of the PS interactive service can be configured
based on the THP class.

Traffic
Priority
Mappin
g onto
Transmi
ssion
Resourc
es

Unit: None

WRFD050424
WRFD150233

GUI Value Range: High, Medium, Low


Actual Value Range: High, Medium, Low
Default Value: High

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

THP15C
lass

BSC690
0

SET
UTHPC
LASS

WRFD020806

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on SPI
Weight

Meaning: Traffic handling priority (THP) class of the


PS interactive service whose THP is 15. The THP class
includes High, Medium, and Low. The GBR, HBR, and
SPI of the PS interactive service can be configured
based on the THP class.

Traffic
Priority
Mappin
g onto
Transmi
ssion
Resourc
es

Unit: None

WRFD050424
WRFD150233

GUI Value Range: High, Medium, Low


Actual Value Range: High, Medium, Low
Default Value: Low

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

THP15C
lass

BSC691
0

SET
UTHPC
LASS

WRFD020806

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on SPI
Weight

Meaning: Traffic handling priority (THP) class of the


PS interactive service whose THP is 15. The THP class
includes High, Medium, and Low. The GBR, HBR, and
SPI of the PS interactive service can be configured
based on the THP class.

Traffic
Priority
Mappin
g onto
Transmi
ssion
Resourc
es

Unit: None

WRFD050424
WRFD150233

GUI Value Range: High, Medium, Low


Actual Value Range: High, Medium, Low
Default Value: Low

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion
TrafficC
lass

BSC690
0

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USCHE
DULEP
RIOMA
P

WRFD020806
WRFD050424

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on SPI
Weight

Meaning: Traffic handling priority (THP) class that the


THP priority for interactive services is mapped to. The
THP classes are High, Medium, and Low. The mapping
between the THPs and THP classes is configured by
running the "SET UTHPCLASS" command.

Traffic
Priority
Mappin
g onto
Transmi
ssion
Resourc
es

Unit: None

GUI Value Range: INTERACTIVE, BACKGROUND


Actual Value Range: INTERACTIVE,
BACKGROUND
Default Value: None

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

TrafficC
lass

BSC691
0

SET
USCHE
DULEP
RIOMA
P

WRFD020806

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on SPI
Weight

Meaning: Traffic handling priority (THP) class that the


THP priority for interactive services is mapped to. The
THP classes are High, Medium, and Low. The mapping
between the THPs and THP classes is configured by
running the "SET UTHPCLASS" command.

Traffic
Priority
Mappin
g onto
Transmi
ssion
Resourc
es

Unit: None

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on SPI
Weight

Meaning: User priority. The user classes in descending


order of priority are Gold, Silver, and Copper. The user
priority is defined according to the allocation/retention
priority (ARP) that is carried in the RAB assignment
message sent by the CN. The mapping between the
ARPs and user priorities is configured by running the
"SET UUSERPRIORITY" command.

UserPrio
rity

BSC690
0

SET
USCHE
DULEP
RIOMA
P

WRFD050424

WRFD020806
WRFD050424

Traffic
Priority
Mappin
g onto
Transmi
ssion
Resourc
es
UserPrio
rity

BSC691
0

SET
USCHE
DULEP
RIOMA
P

WRFD020806
WRFD050424

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on SPI
Weight
Traffic
Priority
Mappin
g onto
Transmi
ssion
Resourc
es

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Actual Value Range: INTERACTIVE,
BACKGROUND
Default Value: None

GUI Value Range: GOLD, SILVER, COPPER


Unit: None
Actual Value Range: GOLD, SILVER, COPPER
Default Value: None

Meaning: User priority. The user classes in descending


order of priority are Gold, Silver, and Copper. The user
priority is defined according to the allocation/retention
priority (ARP) that is carried in the RAB assignment
message sent by the CN. The mapping between the
ARPs and user priorities is configured by running the
"SET UUSERPRIORITY" command.
GUI Value Range: GOLD, SILVER, COPPER
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: GOLD, SILVER, COPPER
Default Value: None

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

THPCla
ss

BSC690
0

SET
USCHE
DULEP
RIOMA
P

WRFD020806

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on SPI
Weight

Meaning: Traffic Handling Priority (THP) class that the


THP priority is mapped to. This parameter is valid for
only interactive services. The mapping relationship
between the traffic handling priority value of
INTERACTIVE service and its corresponding class can
be set through command "SET UTHPCLASS".

Traffic
Priority
Mappin
g onto
Transmi
ssion
Resourc
es

GUI Value Range: High, Medium, Low

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on SPI
Weight

Meaning: Traffic Handling Priority (THP) class that the


THP priority is mapped to. This parameter is valid for
only interactive services. The mapping relationship
between the traffic handling priority value of
INTERACTIVE service and its corresponding class can
be set through command "SET UTHPCLASS".

Traffic
Priority
Mappin
g onto
Transmi
ssion
Resourc
es

GUI Value Range: High, Medium, Low

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

Meaning: ID of a user group. A user group consists of


users with different SPIs or terminal group IDs or of
users with different SPIs and terminal group IDs.

THPCla
ss

UserGro
upID

BSC691
0

BSC690
0

SET
USCHE
DULEP
RIOMA
P

ADD
UUSER
GROUP
MOD
UUSER
GROUP
RMV
UUSER
GROUP

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WRFD050424

WRFD020806
WRFD050424

WRFD150233

Unit: None
Actual Value Range: High, Medium, Low
Default Value: None

Unit: None
Actual Value Range: High, Medium, Low
Default Value: None

GUI Value Range: 0~63


Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~63
Default Value: None

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

UserGro
upID

BSC691
0

ADD
UUSER
GROUP

WRFD150233

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

Meaning: ID of a user group. A user group consists of


users with different SPIs or terminal group IDs or of
users with different SPIs and terminal group IDs.

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

Meaning: Supplementary information about a user


group.

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

Meaning: Supplementary information about a user


group.

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

Meaning: Scheduling priority of frames of PS services.


The larger the value of this parameter, the higher the
scheduling priority of a PS service. Values in the range
of 2 to 11 are for background and interactive services.
The value 12 is for streaming services. The value 13 is
for conversational services. The value 14 is for IMS
signaling messages. The value 15 is for SRB services.
The values 0 and 1 are reserved.

MOD
UUSER
GROUP
RMV
UUSER
GROUP
Descript
ion

BSC690
0

ADD
UUSER
GROUP

WRFD150233

MOD
UUSER
GROUP

Descript
ion

BSC691
0

ADD
UUSER
GROUP

WRFD150233

MOD
UUSER
GROUP

SPI

BSC690
0

ADD
UUSER
GRPSPI
MAP
MOD
UUSER
GRPSPI
MAP
RMV
UUSER
GRPSPI
MAP

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WRFD150233

GUI Value Range: 0~63


Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~63
Default Value: None

GUI Value Range: 1~64 length of byte


Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 1~64 length of byte
Default Value: None

GUI Value Range: 1~64 length of byte


Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 1~64 length of byte
Default Value: None

GUI Value Range: 0~15


Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~15
Default Value: None

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Parame
ter ID

NE

MML
Comma
nd

Feature
ID

Feature
Name

Description

SPI

BSC691
0

ADD
UUSER
GRPSPI
MAP

WRFD150233

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

Meaning: Scheduling priority of frames of PS services.


The larger the value of this parameter, the higher the
scheduling priority of a PS service. Values in the range
of 2 to 11 are for background and interactive services.
The value 12 is for streaming services. The value 13 is
for conversational services. The value 14 is for IMS
signaling messages. The value 15 is for SRB services.
The values 0 and 1 are reserved.

MOD
UUSER
GRPSPI
MAP
RMV
UUSER
GRPSPI
MAP
UserGro
upID

BSC690
0

ADD
UUSER
GRPSPI
MAP

GUI Value Range: 0~15


Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~15
Default Value: None

WRFD150233

MOD
UUSER
GRPSPI
MAP

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

Meaning: ID of a user group. A user group consists of


users with different SPIs or terminal group IDs or of
users with different SPIs and terminal group IDs. You
can run the "ADD UUSERGROUP" command to add a
user group.
GUI Value Range: 0~63
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~63
Default Value: None

UserGro
upID

BSC691
0

ADD
UUSER
GRPSPI
MAP
MOD
UUSER
GRPSPI
MAP

WRFD150233

Differen
tiated
Service
Based
on
Resourc
e
Reservat
ion

Meaning: ID of a user group. A user group consists of


users with different SPIs or terminal group IDs or of
users with different SPIs and terminal group IDs. You
can run the "ADD UUSERGROUP" command to add a
user group.
GUI Value Range: 0~63
Unit: None
Actual Value Range: 0~63
Default Value: None

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9 Counters

Counters

Table 9-1 Counter description


Counter ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Feature ID

Feature Name

50341714

VS.HSDPAPwr
Ratio.Mean.Res
G0

Average
permillage of
transmit power
for HSDPA
users in resource
group 0 to the
maximum cell
transmit power

NodeB

Multi-mode:
None

Differentiated
Service Based
on Resource
Reservation

Average
permillage of
transmit power
for HSDPA
users in resource
group 1 to the
maximum cell
transmit power

NodeB

Average
permillage of
transmit power
for HSDPA
users in resource
group 2 to the
maximum cell
transmit power

NodeB

50341715

50341716

VS.HSDPAPwr
Ratio.Mean.Res
G1

VS.HSDPAPwr
Ratio.Mean.Res
G2

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UMTS:
WRFD-150233
LTE: None
Multi-mode:
None
GSM: None
UMTS:
WRFD-150233

Differentiated
Service Based
on Resource
Reservation

LTE: None
Multi-mode:
None
GSM: None
UMTS:
WRFD-150233

Differentiated
Service Based
on Resource
Reservation

LTE: None

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Counter ID

Counter Name

Counter
Description

NE

Feature ID

Feature Name

50341717

VS.HSDPAPwr
Ratio.Mean.Res
G3

Average
permillage of
transmit power
for HSDPA
users in resource
group 3 to the
maximum cell
transmit power

NodeB

Multi-mode:
None

Differentiated
Service Based
on Resource
Reservation

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GSM: None
UMTS:
WRFD-150233
LTE: None

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10

Glossary

For the acronyms, abbreviations, terms, and definitions, see Glossary.

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11 Reference Documents

Reference Documents

Differentiated HSPA Service Feature Parameter Description

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