11.2.9b Packet Measurement Order

04.603GPPGeneral Packet Radio Service (GPRS)Mobile Station (MS) - Base Station System (BSS) interfaceRadio Link Control / Medium Access Control (RLC/MAC) protocolRelease 1999TS

This message is sent on the PCCCH or PACCH by the network to a mobile station giving information for NC and EXT measurement reporting and network controlled cell reselection. If not all information fits into one message, the remaining information will be sent in other instances of the Packet Measurement Order message.

Message type: PACKET MEASUREMENT ORDER

Direction: network to mobile station

Classification: non-distribution message

Table 11.2.9b.1: Packet Measurement Order information elements

< Packet Measurement Order message content > ::=

< PAGE_MODE : bit (2) >

{ { 0 < Global TFI : < Global TFI IE > >

| 10 < TLLI : bit (32) > }

{ < PMO_INDEX : bit (3) >

< PMO_COUNT : bit (3) >

{ 0 | 1 < NC Measurement Parameters : < NC Measurement Parameters struct > > }

{ 0 | 1 < EXT Measurement Parameters : < EXT Measurement Parameters struct > > }

{ null | 0 bit** = < no string > — Receiver compatible with ealier release

| 1 — Additions in release 98 :

{ 0 | 1 < LSA Parameters : < LSA Parameters IE >> }

{ null | 0 bit** = < no string > — Receiver compatible with ealier release

| 1 — Additions in release 99 :

{ 0 | 1 < ENH Measurement Parameters : < ENH Measurement Parameters struct >> }

< padding bits > } }

! < Non-distribution part error : bit (*) = < no string > > }

! < Address information part error : bit (*) = < no string > > }

! < Distribution part error : bit (*) = < no string > > ;

< NC Measurement Parameters struct > ::=

< NETWORK_CONTROL_ORDER : bit (2) >

{ 0 | 1 < NC_ NON_DRX_PERIOD : bit (3) >

< NC_REPORTING_PERIOD_I : bit (3) >

< NC_REPORTING_PERIOD_T : bit (3) > }

{ 0 | 1 < NC_FREQUENCY_LIST : < NC Frequency list struct > > } ;

< NC Frequency list struct > ::=

{ 0 | 1 { < NR_OF_REMOVED_FREQ : bit (5) >

{ < REMOVED_FREQ_INDEX : bit (6) > } * (1 + val(NR_OF_REMOVED_FREQ)) } }

{ 1 < List of added Frequency struct : < Add Frequency list struct > >} ** 0;

< Add Frequency list struct > ::=

< START_FREQUENCY : bit (10) >

< BSIC : bit (6) >

{ 0 | 1 < Cell selection params : < Cell Selection struct > > }

< NR_OF_FREQUENCIES : bit (5) >

< FREQ_DIFF_LENGTH : bit (3) >

{ < FREQUENCY_DIFF : bit (1+val(FREQ_DIFF_LENGTH)) >

< BSIC : bit (6) >

{ 0 | 1 < Cell selection params : < Cell Selection struct > > } } * (val(NR_OF_FREQUENCIES));

< Cell Selection struct > ::=

< CELL_BAR_ACCESS_2 : bit (1) >

< EXC_ACC : bit >

< SAME_RA_AS_SERVING_CELL : bit (1) >

{ 0 | 1 < GPRS_RXLEV_ACCESS_MIN : bit (6) >

< GPRS_MS_TXPWR_MAX_CCH : bit (5) > }

{ 0 | 1 < GPRS_TEMPORARY_OFFSET : bit (3) >

< GPRS_PENALTY_TIME : bit (5) > }

{ 0 | 1 < GPRS_RESELECT_OFFSET : bit (5) > }

{ 0 | 1 < HCS params : < HCS struct > > }

{ 0 | 1 < SI13_PBCCH_LOCATION : < SI13_PBCCH_LOCATION struct > > } ;

< SI13_PBCCH_LOCATION struct > ::=

{ 0 < SI13_LOCATION : bit (1) >

| 1 < PBCCH_LOCATION : bit (2) >

< PSI1_REPEAT_PERIOD : bit (4) > } ;

< HCS struct > ::=

< PRIORITY_CLASS : bit (3) >

< HCS_THR : bit (5) > ;

< EXT Measurement Parameters struct > ::=

{ < EXT_MEASUREMENT_ORDER : bit (2) == 00 >

| < EXT_MEASUREMENT_ORDER : bit (2) == 01 > < EM1 struct >

| < EXT_MEASUREMENT_ORDER : bit (2) == 10 >

| < EXT_MEASUREMENT_ORDER : bit (2) == 11 > } ;

< EM1 struct > ::=

{ 0 | 1 { < EXT_REPORTING_TYPE: bit (2) == 00 >

| < EXT_REPORTING_TYPE: bit (2) == 01 > < NCC_PERMITTED : bit (8) >

| < EXT_REPORTING_TYPE: bit (2) == 10 > { 0 | 1 < INT_FREQUENCY : bit (5) > }

| < EXT_REPORTING_TYPE: bit (2) == 11 > } }

{ 0 | 1 < EXT_REPORTING_PERIOD : bit (3) >}

{ < EXT_FREQUENCY_LIST : < EXT Frequency list description struct > > } ;

< EXT Frequency list description struct > ::=

< EXT Frequency list struct > { 1 < EXT Frequency list struct > } ** 0 ;

< EXT Frequency list struct > ::=

< START_FREQUENCY : bit (10) >

< NR_OF_FREQUENCIES : bit (5) >

< FREQ_DIFF_LENGTH : bit (3) >

{ < FREQUENCY_DIFF : bit (1+val(FREQ_DIFF_LENGTH)) > } * (val(NR_OF_FREQUENCIES)) ;

< ENH Measurement parameters struct > ::=

{ 0 < BA_IND : bit > < 3G_BA_IND : bit > | 1 < PSI3_CHANGE_MARK : bit(2) > }

< PMO_IND : bit >
< REPORT_TYPE : bit >

< REPORTING_RATE : bit >
< INVALID_BSIC_REPORTING : bit >
{ 0 | 1 < 3G Neighbour Cell Description : < 3G Neighbour Cell Description struct >> }

{ 0 | 1 < GPRS REP PRIORITY Description : <GPRS REP PRIORITY Description struct >> }

{ 0 | 1 < GPRS MEASUREMENT Parameters Description : < GPRS MEASUREMENT PARAMETERS Description struct >> }

{ 0 | 1 < GPRS 3G MEASUREMENT Parameters Description : < GPRS 3G MEASUREMENT PARAMETERS Description struct >> } ;

< 3G Neighbour Cell Description struct> ::=

 0 | 1 < Index_Start_3G : bit (7)> }
 0 | 1 < Absolute_Index_Start_EMR : bit (7)> }
{ 0 | 1 < UTRAN FDD Description : < UTRAN FDD Description struct > }
{ 0 | 1 < UTRAN TDD Description : < UTRAN TDD Description struct > }
{ 0 | 1 < CDMA2000 Description : < CDMA2000 Description struct > }
{ 0 | 1 < REMOVED_3GCELL_Description : < REMOVED_3GCELL_Description struct >> } ;

< REMOVED_3GCELL_Description struct > ::=

< N1 : bit (2) >

{ < N2 : bit (5) >

{ < REMOVED_3GCELL_INDEX : bit (7) >
< 3G_CELL_DIFF_LENGTH : bit (3) >

< 3GCELL_DIFF : bit (val(3G_CELL_DIFF_LENGTH)) >

} * (1+val(N2))

} * (1+val(N1)) ;

< UTRAN FDD Description struct> ::=

{ 0 | 1 < Bandwidth_FDD : bit (3) > }
{ 1 < Repeated UTRAN FDD Neighbour Cells : Repeated UTRAN FDD Neighbour Cells struct >> } ** 0 ;

< Repeated UTRAN FDD Neighbour Cells struct > ::=
0 < FDD-ARFCN : bit (14) > — The value ‘1’ was used in an earlier

version of the protocol and shall not be used.
< FDD_Indic0 : bit >
< NR_OF_FDD_CELLS : bit (5) >
< FDD_CELL_INFORMATION Field : bit(p(NR_OF_FDD_CELLS)) > ; — p(x) defined in table 11.2.9b.2.a/3GPP TS 04.60

< UTRAN TDD Description struct > ::=

{ 0 | 1 < Bandwidth_TDD : bit (3) > }
{ 1 < Repeated UTRAN TDD Neighbour Cells : < Repeated UTRAN TDD Neighbour Cells struct >> } ** 0 ;

< Repeated UTRAN TDD Neighbour Cells struct > ::=
< TDD_Indic0 : bit >
0 < TDD-ARFCN : bit (14) > — The value ‘1’ was used in an earlier

version of the protocol and shall not be used.
< NR_OF_TDD_CELLS : bit (5) >
< TDD_CELL_INFORMATION Field : bit(q(NR_OF_TDD_CELLS)) > ; — q(x) defined in table 11.2.9b.2.b/3GPP TS 04.60.

< CDMA 2000 Description struct> ::=

< cdma2000 frequency band : bit (5) >

< cdma2000 frequency : bit (11) >

< number_cdma2000_cells : bit (5) >

{ < Pilot PN offset : bit (9) >

— this information is enough for 1X Common Pilot

{0 | 1{ 000 { <TD_MODE : bit (2) > <TD_POWER_LEVEL : bit (3) >}

— additional information for 1X Common Pilot with Transmit Diversity

| 001 { < QOF : bit (2) > <WALSH_LEN_A : bit (3) >

< AUX_PILOT_WALSH : bit(val(WALSH_LEN_A)+6)>}

— additional information for 1X Auxiliary Pilot

| 010 { < QOF : bit (2) > <WALSH_LEN_B : bit (3) >

< AUX_TD_WALSH : bit(val(WALSH_LEN_B)+6)>

< AUX_TD_POWER_LEVEL : bit (2) > <TD_MODE : bit (2) >}

— additional information for 1X Auxiliary Pilot with Transmit Diversity

| 011 { < SR3_PRIM_PILOT : bit (2) > <SR3_PILOT_POWER1 : bit (3) >

< SR3_PILOT_POWER2 : bit (3) >}

— additional information for 3X Common Pilot

| 110 { < SR3_PRIM_PILOT : bit (2) > <SR3_PILOT_POWER1 : bit (3) >

< SR3_PILOT_POWER2 : bit (3) > <QOF : bit (2) >

< WALSH_LEN_C : bit (3) >

< AUX_WALSH_LEN : bit(val(WALSH_LEN_C)+6)>

{ 0 | 1 < QOF1 : bit (2) > < WALSH_LENGTH1 : bit (3) >

< AUX_PILOT_WALSH1 : bit(val(WALSH_LENGTH1)+6)>}

{ 0 | 1 < QOF2 : bit (2) > <WALSH_LENGTH2 : bit (3) >

<AUX_PILOT_WALSH2 : bit(val(WALSH_LENGTH2)+6)>}}

— additional information for 3X Auxiliary Pilot

}

}

} * val(number_cdma2000_cells) ;

< GPRS REP PRIORITY Description struct> ::=

< Number_Cells : bit(7) >

{ < REP_PRIORITY : bit >} * (val(Number_Cells)) ;

< GPRS MEASUREMENT PARAMETERS Description struct > ::=

 0 | 1 < MULTIBAND_REPORTING : bit (2) > }
 0 | 1 < SERVING_BAND_REPORTING : bit (2) > }
< SCALE_ORD : bit(2) >

 0 | 1 < 900_REPORTING_OFFSET : bit (3) >
< 900_REPORTING_THRESHOLD : bit (3) > }

 0 | 1 < 1800_REPORTING_OFFSET : bit (3) >
< 1800_REPORTING_THRESHOLD : bit (3) > }

 0 | 1 < 400_REPORTING_OFFSET : bit (3) >
< 400_REPORTING_THRESHOLD : bit (3) > }

 0 | 1 < 1900_REPORTING_OFFSET : bit (3) >
< 1900_REPORTING_THRESHOLD : bit (3) > }

 0 | 1 < 850_REPORTING_OFFSET : bit (3) >
< 850_REPORTING_THRESHOLD : bit (3) > } ;

< GPRS 3G MEASUREMENT PARAMETERS Description struct > ::=

< Qsearch_P : bit (4) >
< 3G_SEARCH_PRIO : bit >
 0 | 1 < FDD_REP_QUANT : bit > — FDD Parameters

< FDD_MULTIRAT_REPORTING : bit (2) > }

 0 | 1 < FDD_REPORTING_OFFSET : bit (3) >
< FDD_REPORTING_THRESHOLD : bit (3) > }

 0 | 1 < TDD_MULTIRAT_REPORTING : bit (2) > } — TDD Parameters
 0 | 1 < TDD_REPORTING_OFFSET : bit (3) >
< TDD_REPORTING_THRESHOLD : bit (3) > }

 0 | 1 < CDMA2000_MULTIRAT_REPORTING : bit (2) > } — CDMA2000 Parameters

 0 | 1 < CDMA2000_REPORTING_OFFSET : bit (3) >
< CDMA2000_REPORTING_THRESHOLD : bit (3) > } ;

Table 11.2.9b.2 : Packet Measurement Order information element details

The Packet Measurement Order message contains measurement parameters either for Network Control (NC) measurements or for Extended (EXT) measurements or for both. If parameters for one of the measurement types are not included, a previous Packet Measurement Order message for that type shall still be valid.

The ‘NC measurement parameters struct’ contains the Network Control Order, the NC parameters and an NC Frequency List struct. If the value of the Network Control Order or any of the NC parameters differs between instances of the message, the value of the parameter in the instance with the highest PMO_INDEX shall be valid and all others shall be ignored.

If included the NC Frequency List struct is a deviation list which contains removed or added frequencies to the BA(GPRS) list (see 3GPP TS 05.08). The building of the resulting GSM Neighbour Cell list is defined in sub-clause 5.6.3.2.

The ‘EXT measurement parameters struct’ contains the EXT Measurement Order, the EXT parameters and one or more EXT Frequency List structs. If the value of the EXT Measurement Order or any of the EXT parameters differs between instances of the message, the value of the parameter in the instance with the highest index shall be valid and all others shall be ignored.
The EXT Frequency List struct is a frequency list that contains frequencies to be measured on (see 3GPP TS 05.08).

The ‘LSA parameters IE’ contains a list of LSA_ID(s) corresponding to the entries in the ‘Add Frequency list struct’. Some entries in ‘LSA parameters IE’ may be empty. The entries in the two structures are listed in the same order and the number of entries (nr_of_frequencies) should be the same. In case there are too few entries in the ‘LSA parameters IE’, empty entries shall be added at the end. In case there are too many entries in the ‘LSA parameters IE’, the last shall be discarded. The ‘LSA parameters IE’ is defined in sub-clause 12.28.

The ‘ENH Measurement parameters structure’ contains information for performing enhanced measurements and reporting the measurement with the PACKET MEASUREMENT REPORT or PACKET ENHANCED MEASUREMENT REPORT message. For a 3G multi-RAT mobile station it may also include information for reporting on 3G Cells.

PAGE_MODE (2 bit field)
This field is defined in sub-clause 12.20.

PMO_INDEX (3 bit field) and PMO_COUNT (3 bit field)
The purpose of the PMO_INDEX field and the PMO_COUNT field is to indicate the number of individual messages within the sequence of Packet Measurement Order messages and to assign an index to identify each one of them. The PMO_INDEX field is binary coded, range: 0 to 7, and provides an index to identify the individual Packet Measurement Order message. The PMO_COUNT field is binary coded, range: 0 to 7, and provides the PMO_INDEX value for the last (highest indexed) message in the sequence of Packet Measurement Order messages. A measurement order shall not be effected by the mobile station until all instances of a Packet Measurement Order message is received.

Global TFI
If present, this information element indicates the mobile station to which this message is addressed. This field is defined in sub-clause 12.10.

TLLI (32 bit field)
If present, this field indicates the mobile station to which this message is addressed. This field is defined in sub-clause 12.16.

The NC Measurement Parameters gives the parameters for the serving cell and may contain frequency list deviations (add/delete) to the BA(GPRS) either on PBCCH or on BCCH.

The EXT Measurement Parameters gives the EXT measurement parameters to be used in the serving cell and contains one or more frequency lists.

The NC_Measurement_Parameters struct contains the NETWORK_CONTROL_ORDER and the optional parameters NC_NON_DRX_PERIOD, NC_REPORTING_PERIOD_I, NC_REPORTING_PERIOD_T and the NC_FREQUENCY LIST.

NETWORK_CONTROL_ORDER (2 bit field)
The NETWORK_CONTROL_ORDER field is coded according to the following table (for definition of NCx see 3GPP TS 05.08):

Bit
2 1
0 0 NC0
0 1 NC1
1 0 NC2
1 1 RESET

NC_NON_DRX_PERIOD (3 bit field)
NC_REPORTING_PERIOD_I (3 bit field)
NC_REPORTING_PERIOD_T (3 bit field)
For detailed element definitions, see the PSI5 message.

NR_OF_REMOVED_FREQ (5 bit field)
1+val(NR_OF_REMOVED_FREQ) indicates the number of frequencies in the BA-list which shall not be used for NC-measurements and gives the number of instances of the parameter REMOVED_FREQ_INDEX.
Range of NR_OF_REMOVED_FREQ: 0 to 31.

REMOVED_FREQ_INDEX (6 bit field)
This field indicates the index to the frequency to be removed in the BA(GPRS) sent on PBCCH or on BCCH, see sub-clause 5.6.3.2.
Range: 0 to 63.

Add Frequency list struct and EXT Frequency list struct contains the frequency list for NC measurements and for EXT measurements respectively.

START_FREQUENCY (10 bit field)
FREQ_DIFF_LENGTH (3 bit field)
FREQUENCY_DIFF (1+val(FREQ_DIFF_LENGTH) bit field)
For detailed element definition of these parameters, see the PSI5 message.

BSIC (6 bit field)
This field is encoded as the ‘Base Station Identity Code’ defined in 3GPP TS 03.03.
Range 0 to 63

The Cell selection params in the Add Frequency list struct shall only be included when a frequency is added to the NC_FREQUENCY_LIST. For description of the cell selection parameters see Table: PSI3 information element details, except for the handling of neighbour cell parameter default values when PCCCH is not present in the serving cell. In this case, the following applies :

The whole Cell Selection struct may be missing for one or more of the first neighbour cells defined in Packet Measurement Order. In that case, the parameters will be undefined for those cells. For the first neighbour cell in the message where the struct exists, the following default values shall be used for missing parameters:

GPRS_RXLEV_ACCESS_MIN : Serving cell RXLEV_ACCESS_MIN
GPRS_MS_TXPWR_MAX_CCH : Serving cell MS_TXPWR_MAX_CCH
GPRS_TEMPORARY_OFFSET : Serving cell TEMPORARY_OFFSET
GPRS_PENALTY_TIME : Serving cell PENALTY_TIME
GPRS_RESELECT_OFFSET : 0
HCS_THR : infinity
PRIORITY_CLASS : undefined
SI13_PBCCH_LOCATION : undefined

The following neighbour cells use the parameter values of the previous neighbour cell as their default values.

EXT_MEASUREMENT_ORDER (2 bit field)
The EXT_MEASUREMENT_ORDER field indicates to the mobile station how to interpret the rest of the extended measurement parameters. This field is coded according to the following table (for definition of Emx see 05.08):

Bit
2 1
0 0 EM0
0 1 EM1
1 0 Reserved.
1 1 RESET

If the EXT_MEASUREMENT_ORDER parameter = EM1 the other optional parameters in the EXT Measurement parameters struct may be included in at least one instance of the message.

If the EXT_MEASUREMENT_ORDER parameter = RESETthe mobile station shall stop performing EXT Measurements and stop sending EXT measurement reports (if not ordered in the PSI5 message).

For description of the following Extended Measurement parameters see the PSI5 message

NCC_PERMITTED (8 bit field)

EXT_REPORTING_TYPE (2 bit field)

EXT_REPORTING_PERIOD (3 bit field)

INT_FREQUENCY (5 bit field)

ENH Measurement Parameters:

BA_IND (1 bit field)
3G_BA_IND (1 bit field)
PSI3_CHANGE_MARK (2 bit field)

These parameters are needed to allow the mobile station to associate the removed/added cells to the correct Neighbour Cell list. The values of this parameters are reflected in the PACKET ENHANCED MEASUREMENT REPORT message and in the PACKET MEASUREMENT REPORT message.

In case PBCCH exists, PSI3_CHANGE_MARK shall be used.
In case PBCCH does not exist, BA_IND and 3G_BA_IND shall be used.

PMO_IND (1 bit field)
This parameter is needed to allow the network to discriminate measurements results related to Neighbour Cell list modified by different Packet Cell Change Order or Packet Measurement Order messages sent to the MS. The value of this parameter is reflected in the PACKET ENHANCED MEASUREMENT REPORT message and in the PACKET MEASUREMENT REPORT message.

REPORT_TYPE (1 bit)
This parameter is used to indicate to the mobile station to use the PACKET MEASUREMENT REPORT or PACKET ENHANCED MEASUREMENT REPORT messages for (NC) reporting:

If the cell has a PBCCH allocated:
Bit
0 The mobile station shall use the PACKET ENHANCED MEASUREMENT REPORT message for (NC) reporting
1 The mobile station shall use the PACKET MEASUREMENT REPORT message for (NC) reporting

If the cell has no PBCCH allocated:
Bit
0 The mobile station shall use the PACKET ENHANCED MEASUREMENT REPORT message for (NC) reporting if at least one BSIC is allocated to each BA(GPRS) frequency. Otherwise, the PACKET MEASUREMENT REPORT shall be used.
1 The mobile station shall use the PACKET MEASUREMENT REPORT message for (NC) reporting

REPORTING_RATE (1 bit)
This parameter is used for measurements, see 3GPP TS 05.08.
bit
0 Normal rate reporting
1 Reduced reporting rate allowed

INVALID_BSIC_REPORTING (1 bit)
This field specifies if cells with invalid BSIC and allowed NCC part of BSIC are allowed to be reported or not, see 3GPP TS 05.08.
bit
0 Report on cells with invalid BSIC and allowed NCC part of BSIC is not allowed.
1 Report on cells with invalid BSIC and allowed NCC part of BSIC is allowed. In this case NCC_PERMITTED is required in PSI5.

3G Neighbour Cell Description:

The building of the 3G Neighbour Cell list and the ordering of indices within each Radio Access Technology is described in sub-clause 5.6.3.1 ("Deriving the 3G Neighbour Cell list from the 3G Neighbour Cell description").

Index_Start_3G (7 bit)
This optional information element indicates the value of the first index to use to build this instance of the 3G Neighbour Cell list. When missing, the value 0 is assumed. See sub-clause 5.6.3.1 ("Deriving the 3G Neighbour Cell list from the 3G Neighbour Cell description").

Absolute_Index_Start_EMR (7 bit)
This parameter indicates the value to be added to the indices of the 3G Neighbour Cell list for reporting 3G Cells with the PACKET ENHANCED MEASUREMENT REPORT message (see sub-clause 5.6.3.3). If present, it overrides the parameter value of the reference 3G Neighbour Cell list. If different values are received for this parameter in different instances of this message, the instance with the highest index shall be used.

NOTE: This parameter is not used for reporting 3G Cells with the PACKET MEASUREMENT REPORT message, see sub-clause 11.2.9.

UTRAN FDD Description:

Bandwidth_FDD (3 bit field)
This information element will be used for future releases of the protocol. When missing, this indicates the present FDD bandwidth. When present, this shall not be considered as an error; indices of the 3G Neighbour Cell list shall be incremented accordingly.

FDD_ARFCN (14 bit field)
This information element is defined as the UARFCN in 3GPP TS 25.101. Any non-supported frequency shall not be considered as an error; indices of the 3G Neighbour Cell list shall be incremented accordingly.

FDD_Indic0, information 0 indicator (1 bit):
This field indicates if the Scrambling Code/Diversity parameter value ‘0000000000’ is a member of the set.

Bit
0 parameter value ‘0000000000’ is not a member of the set
1 parameter value ‘0000000000’ is a member of the set

NOTE: This bit FDD_Indic0 is equivalent to the bit F0 bit in the frequency list information element (see 3GPP TS 04.18).

NR_OF_FDD_CELLS (5 bit field)
This field defines the number of FDD_CELL_INFORMATION parameters.

FDD_CELL_INFORMATION Field (p bit field)
This field allows to compute a set of 10-bit-long FDD_CELL_INFORMATION parameters, re-using the Range 1024 format compression algorithm, see 3GPP TS 04.18 Annex J: ‘Algorithm to encode frequency list information’. The formulas for decoding are given in 3GPP TS 04.18 sub-clause, 10.5.2.13.3: ‘Range 1024 format’. The consecutive parameters of this field are concatenated, starting with w1, and then w2, w3…

The total number of bits p of this field depends on the value of the parameter NR_OF_FDD_CELLS = n, as follows:

n p n p n p n p

0 0 5 44 10 81 15 116

1 10 6 52 11 88 16 122

2 19 7 60 12 95 17-31 0

3 28 8 67 13 102

4 36 9 74 14 109

Table 11.2.9b.2.a

If n=0 and FDD_Indic0 = 0, this indicates the 3G Neighbour Cell list index for report on RSSI, see 3GPP TS 05.08.

If n is equal or greater than 17, this shall not be considered as an error; the corresponding index in the 3G Neighbour Cell list shall be incremented by one.

For each (10-bit-long) decoded parameter, bits 1-9 are the Scrambling Code and bit 10 is the Diversity bit.

Scrambling Code (9 bit field)
This parameter indicates the Primary Scrambling Code as defined in 3GPP TS 25.213.

Diversity (1 bit field)
This parameter indicates if diversity is applied for the cell:
Bit
0 Diversity is not applied for this cell
1 Diversity is applied for this cell.

UTRAN TDD Description:

Bandwidth_TDD (3bit field)
This optional information element refers to 3GPP TS 25.331.

Bit
321
000 3.84Mcps
001 1.28Mcps
All other values shall not be interpreted as an error; indices of the 3G Neighbour Cell list shall be incremented accordingly (but no reporting can be performed). When missing, this indicates 3.84 Mcps.

TDD_ARFCN (14 bit field)
This optional information element is defined as the UARFCN in 3GPP TS 25.102. Any non supported frequency shall not be considered as an error; indices of the 3G Neighbour Cell list shall be incremented accordingly.

TDD_Indic0, information 0 indicator (1 bit):
This field indicates if the Cell_Parameter/Sync_Case/Diversity parameter value ‘0000000000’ is a member of the set.

Bit
0 parameter value ‘0000000000’ is not a member of the set
1 parameter value ‘0000000000’ is a member of the set

NR_OF_TDD_CELLS (5 bit field)
This field defines the decimal value of the number of TDD_CELL_INFORMATION parameters.

TDD_CELL_INFORMATION Field (q bit field)
This field allows to compute a set of 9-bit-long TDD_CELL_INFORMATION aprameters, re-using the Range 512
format
compression algorithm, see 3GPP TS 04.18 Annex J: ‘Algorithm to encode frequency list information’. The formulas for decoding are given in 3GPP TS 04.18 sub-clause 10.5.2.13.4: ‘Range 512 format’, with w0=0. The consecutive parameters of this field are concatenated, starting with w1, and then w2, w3…

The total number of bits q of this field depends on the value of the parameter NR_OF_TDD_CELLS = m, as follows:

m q m q m q m q m q
0 0 5 39 10 71 15 101 20 126
1 9 6 46 11 77 16 106 21-31 0 2 17 7 53 12 83 17 111
3 25 8 59 13 89 18 116
4 32 9 65 14 95 19 121

Table 11.2.9b.2.b

If m=0 and TDD_Indic0=0, or m is equal or greater than 21, this shall not be considered as an error; the corresponding index in the 3G Neighbour Cell list shall be incremented by one.

For each (9-bit-long) decoded parameter, bits 1-7 are the Cell Parameter, bit 8 is the Sync Case and bit 9 is the Diversity bit.

Cell Parameter (7 bit field)
This parameter is defined in 3GPP TS 25.223.

Sync Case (1 bit field)
This parameter is defined in 3GPP TS 25.223.
Bit
0 Sync Case 1
1 Sync Case 2

Diversity (1 bit field)
This parameter indicates if diversity is applied for the cell:
Bit
0 Diversity is not applied for this cell
1 Diversity is applied for this cell.

CDMA 2000 Description:

cdma2000 frequency band (5 bit field)
A binary representation of cdma2000 BAND_CLASS, as defined in TIA/EIA-IS-2000-5-A. The mobile station shall ignore all the information relative to a cdma2000 frequency band that it can not support.

cdma2000 frequency (11 bit field)
A binary representation of cdma2000 CDMA_FREQ, as defined in TIA/EIA-IS-2000-5-A. The mobile station shall ignore all the information relative to a cdma2000 frequency that it can not support.

number_cdma2000_cells (5 bit field)
This field indicates the number of CDMA 2000 neighbour cells.

Pilot PN offset (9 bit field)
A binary representation of the PN offset of the Pilot PN sequence (in units of 64 cdma2000 1x-chips), PILOT_PN, as defined in TIA/EIA-IS-2000-5-A.

TD_MODE (2 bit field)
An indication of transmit diversity mode is specified in TIA/EIA-IS-2000-5-A. The mobile station shall ignore TD_MODE if it does not support 1X Common Pilot with Transmit Diversity.

TD_POWER_LEVEL (3 bit field)
Power level of the Transmit Diversity Pilot relative to that of the Forward Pilot Channel as specified in TIA/EIA/IS-2000-5-A. The mobile station shall ignore TD_POWER_LEVEL if it does not support 1X Common Pilot with Transmit Diversity.

QOF (2 bit field)
Quasi-orthogonal function index is defined in TIA/EIA/IS-2000-5-A. The mobile station shall ignore QOF if it does not support the quasi-orthogonal function.

WALSH_LEN_A, WALSH_LEN_B and WALSH_LEN_C (3 bit field each)
A three bit field to indicate the length of the Walsh code for the pilot that is used in as the Auxiliary Pilot, and specified as WALSH_LEN in TIA/EIA/IS-2000-5-A. The mobile station shall ignore WALSH_LEN if it does not support 1X Auxiliary Pilot.

AUX_PILOT_WALSH (var.Length field)
Indicates the walsh code corresponding to the Auxiliary Pilot, as specified in TIA/EIA/IS-2000-5-A. The mobile station shall ignore AUX_PILOT_WALSH if it does not support 1X Auxiliary Pilot.

AUX_TD_WALSH (var.Length field)
Indicates the walsh code corresponding to the Auxiliary Transmit Diversity Pilot, as specified in TIA/EIA/IS-2000-5-A. The mobile station shall ignore AUX_TD_WALSH if it does not support 1X Auxiliary Pilot with Transmit Diversity.

AUX_TD_POWER_LEVEL (2 bit field)
Power level of the Auxiliary Transmit Diversity Pilot relative to that of the Forward Pilot Channel as specified in TIA/EIA/IS-2000-5-A. The mobile station shall ignore AUX_TD_POWER_LEVEL if it does not support 1X Auxiliry Pilot with Transmit Diversity.

SR3_PRIM_PILOT (3 bit field)
Position of the primary SR3 pilot as specified in TIA/EIA/IS-2000-5-A. The mobile station shall ignore SR3_PRIM_PILOT if it does not support 3X Common Pilot.

SR3_PILOT_POWER1 (3 bit field), relative power level between the primary SR3 pilot and the pilot on the lower frequency of the two remaining SR3 frequencies, as specified in TIA/EIA/IS-2000-5-A. The mobile station shall ignore SR3_PILOT_POWER1 if it does not support 3X Common Pilot.

SR3_PILOT_POWER2 (3 bit field), relative power level between the primary SR3 pilot and the pilot on the higher frequency of the two remaining SR3 frequencies, as specified in TIA/EIA/IS-2000-5-A. The mobile station shall ignore SR3_PILOT_POWER2 if it does not support 3X Common Pilot.

QOF1 (2 bit field), WALSH_LEN1 (3 bit field) and AUX_PILOT_WALSH1 (var. Length field)
The corresponding quantities for pilot on the lower frequency of the two remaining SR3 frequencies, as specified in TIA/EIA/IS-2000-5-A. The mobile station shall ignore QOF1, WALSH_LEN1 and AUX_PILOT_WALSH1 if it does not support 3X Auxiliary Pilot.

QOF2 (2 bit field), WALSH_LENGTH2 (3 bit field) and AUX_PILOT_WALSH2 (var Length field)
The corresponding quantities for pilot on the higher frequency of the two remaining SR3 frequencies, as specified in TIA/EIA/IS-2000-5-A. The mobile station shall ignore QOF2, WALSH_LEN2 and AUX_PILOT_WALSH2 if it does not support 3X Auxiliary Pilot.

REMOVED_3GCELL_Description
This struct contains a list of cells to be removed from the 3G Neighbour Cell list for measurements (see sub-clause 5.6.3.1). The cells are identified by their index. The struct consists of N1 sublists, each comprising the following three parameters:

REMOVED_3GCELL_INDEX (7 bit field)
This field indicates the index of the first cell in the sublist.

3G_CELL_DIFF_LENGTH (3 bit field)
This field indicates the number of bits used for the 3GCELL_DIFF field in the current sublist.

3GCELL_DIFF (variable size)
This field indicates the difference in index to the next cell in the sublist.

GPRS REP PRIORITY Description

REP_PRIORITY bit:
0 Normal reporting priority
1 High reporting priority
The use of these bits is defined in sub-clause 5.6.5 and 3GPP TS 05.08.

GPRS MEASUREMENT PARAMETERS Description
The fields of this Description are used for measurements, as defined in 3GPP TS 05.08.
Any parameter present overwrites any old data held by the mobile station for this parameter.

GPRS 3G MEASUREMENT PARAMETERS Description
The fields of this Description are used for measurements, as defined in 3GPP TS 05.08.
Any parameter present overwrites any old data held by the mobile station for this parameter.