6.2.2 Message definitions

36.3313GPPEvolved Universal Terrestrial Radio Access (E-UTRA)Protocol specificationRadio Resource Control (RRC)Release 15TS

CounterCheck

The CounterCheck message is used by the E-UTRAN to indicate the current COUNT MSB values associated to each DRB and to request the UE to compare these to its COUNT MSB values and to report the comparison results to E-UTRAN.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

CounterCheck message

— ASN1START

CounterCheck ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

counterCheck-r8 CounterCheck-r8-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

CounterCheck-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

drb-CountMSB-InfoList DRB-CountMSB-InfoList,

nonCriticalExtension CounterCheck-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

CounterCheck-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension CounterCheck-v1530-IEs OPTIONAL

}

CounterCheck-v1530-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

drb-CountMSB-InfoListExt-r15 DRB-CountMSB-InfoListExt-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

DRB-CountMSB-InfoList ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxDRB)) OF DRB-CountMSB-Info

DRB-CountMSB-InfoListExt-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxDRBExt-r15)) OF DRB-CountMSB-Info

DRB-CountMSB-Info ::= SEQUENCE {

drb-Identity DRB-Identity,

countMSB-Uplink INTEGER(0..33554431),

countMSB-Downlink INTEGER(0..33554431)

}

— ASN1STOP

CounterCheck field descriptions

count-MSB-Downlink

If configured with E-UTRA PDCP, it indicates the value of 25 MSBs from downlink COUNT associated to this DRB. If configured with NR PDCP, it indicates the value of 25 MSBs from RX_NEXT – 1 (specified in TS 38.323 [83]) associated to this DRB.

count-MSB-Uplink

If configured with E-UTRA PDCP, it indicates the value of 25 MSBs from uplink COUNT associated to this DRB. If configured with NR PDCP, it indicates the value of 25 MSBs from TX_NEXT – 1 (specified in TS 38.323 [83]) associated to this DRB.

drb-CountMSB-InfoList

Indicates the MSBs of the COUNT values of the DRBs.

CounterCheckResponse

The CounterCheckResponse message is used by the UE to respond to a CounterCheck message.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

CounterCheckResponse message

— ASN1START

CounterCheckResponse ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

counterCheckResponse-r8 CounterCheckResponse-r8-IEs,

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

CounterCheckResponse-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

drb-CountInfoList DRB-CountInfoList,

nonCriticalExtension CounterCheckResponse-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

CounterCheckResponse-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension CounterCheckResponse-v1530-IEs OPTIONAL

}

CounterCheckResponse-v1530-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

drb-CountInfoListExt-r15 DRB-CountInfoListExt-r15 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

DRB-CountInfoList ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (0..maxDRB)) OF DRB-CountInfo

DRB-CountInfoListExt-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxDRBExt-r15)) OF DRB-CountInfo

DRB-CountInfo ::= SEQUENCE {

drb-Identity DRB-Identity,

count-Uplink INTEGER(0..4294967295),

count-Downlink INTEGER(0..4294967295)

}

— ASN1STOP

CounterCheckResponse field descriptions

count-Downlink

If configured with E-UTRA PDCP, it indicates the value of downlink COUNT associated to this DRB. If configured with NR PDCP, it indicates the value of RX_NEXT – 1 (specified in TS 38.323 [83]) associated to this DRB.

count-Uplink

If configured with E-UTRA PDCP, it indicates the value of uplink COUNT associated to this DRB. If configured with NR PDCP, it indicates the value of TX_NEXT – 1 (specified in TS 38.323 [83]) associated to this DRB.

drb-CountInfoList

Indicates the COUNT values of the DRBs.

CSFBParametersRequestCDMA2000

The CSFBParametersRequestCDMA2000 message is used by the UE to obtain the CDMA2000 1xRTT Parameters from the network. The UE needs these parameters to generate the CDMA2000 1xRTT Registration message used to register with the CDMA2000 1xRTT Network which is required to support CSFB to CDMA2000 1xRTT.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

CSFBParametersRequestCDMA2000 message

— ASN1START

CSFBParametersRequestCDMA2000 ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

csfbParametersRequestCDMA2000-r8 CSFBParametersRequestCDMA2000-r8-IEs,

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

CSFBParametersRequestCDMA2000-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

nonCriticalExtension CSFBParametersRequestCDMA2000-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

CSFBParametersRequestCDMA2000-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

CSFBParametersResponseCDMA2000

The CSFBParametersResponseCDMA2000 message is used to provide the CDMA2000 1xRTT Parameters to the UE so the UE can register with the CDMA2000 1xRTT Network to support CSFB to CDMA2000 1xRTT.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

CSFBParametersResponseCDMA2000 message

— ASN1START

CSFBParametersResponseCDMA2000 ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

csfbParametersResponseCDMA2000-r8 CSFBParametersResponseCDMA2000-r8-IEs,

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

CSFBParametersResponseCDMA2000-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

rand RAND-CDMA2000,

mobilityParameters MobilityParametersCDMA2000,

nonCriticalExtension CSFBParametersResponseCDMA2000-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

CSFBParametersResponseCDMA2000-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

DLInformationTransfer

The DLInformationTransfer message is used for the downlink transfer of NAS, non-3GPP dedicated information or time reference information.

NOTE: The UE may use the time reference information provided in the timeReferenceInfo IE for numerous purposes, possibly involving upper layers e.g. to synchronise the UE clock.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB2 or SRB1. If only timeReferenceInfo is included in the message, SRB1 is used. Otherwise, SRB1 is used only if SRB2 not established yet, and if SRB2 is suspended, E-UTRAN does not send this message until SRB2 is resumed.

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

DLInformationTransfer message

— ASN1START

DLInformationTransfer ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

dlInformationTransfer-r8 DLInformationTransfer-r8-IEs,

dlInformationTransfer-r15 DLInformationTransfer-r15-IEs,

spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

DLInformationTransfer-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

dedicatedInfoType CHOICE {

dedicatedInfoNAS DedicatedInfoNAS,

dedicatedInfoCDMA2000-1XRTT DedicatedInfoCDMA2000,

dedicatedInfoCDMA2000-HRPD DedicatedInfoCDMA2000

},

nonCriticalExtension DLInformationTransfer-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

DLInformationTransfer-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

DLInformationTransfer-r15-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

dedicatedInfoType-r15 CHOICE {

dedicatedInfoNAS-r15 DedicatedInfoNAS,

dedicatedInfoCDMA2000-1XRTT-r15 DedicatedInfoCDMA2000,

dedicatedInfoCDMA2000-HRPD-r15 DedicatedInfoCDMA2000

} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

timeReferenceInfo-r15 TimeReferenceInfo-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension DLInformationTransfer-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

FailureInformation

The FailureInformation message is used to provide information regarding failures detected by the UE, e.g. radio link failure for one of the RLC entities configured with PDCP duplication.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

FailureInformation message

— ASN1START

FailureInformation-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

failedLogicalChannelInfo-r15 FailedLogicalChannelInfo-r15 OPTIONAL

— nonCriticalExtension is removed in this version as OPTIONAL was missing

}

FailedLogicalChannelInfo-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

failedLogicalChannelIdentity-r15 SEQUENCE {

cellGroupIndication-r15 ENUMERATED {mn, sn},

logicalChannelIdentity-r15 INTEGER (1..10) OPTIONAL,

logicalChannelIdentityExt-r15 INTEGER (32..38) OPTIONAL

},

failureType ENUMERATED {duplication, spare3, spare2, spare1}

}

— ASN1STOP

FailureInformation field descriptions

cellGroupIndication

This field indicates the cell group (MCG, SCG) of the RLC entity for which the PDCP duplication failure occurred.

failureType

This field indicates the type of failure reported. Value duplication indicates that a radio link failure for one of the RLC entities configured with PDCP duplication has been detected.

logicalChannelIdentity, logicalChannelIdentityExt

This field indicates the logical channel identity of the RLC entity for which the PDCP duplication failure occurred.

HandoverFromEUTRAPreparationRequest (CDMA2000)

The HandoverFromEUTRAPreparationRequest message is used to trigger the handover preparation procedure with a CDMA2000 RAT. This message is also used to trigger a tunneled preparation procedure with a CDMA2000 1xRTT RAT to obtain traffic channel resources for the enhanced CS fallback to CDMA2000 1xRTT, which may also involve a concurrent preparation for handover to CDMA2000 HRPD. Also, this message is used to trigger the dual Rx/Tx redirection procedure with a CDMA2000 1xRTT RAT.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

HandoverFromEUTRAPreparationRequest message

— ASN1START

HandoverFromEUTRAPreparationRequest ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

handoverFromEUTRAPreparationRequest-r8 HandoverFromEUTRAPreparationRequest-r8-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

HandoverFromEUTRAPreparationRequest-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

cdma2000-Type CDMA2000-Type,

rand RAND-CDMA2000 OPTIONAL, — Cond cdma2000-Type

mobilityParameters MobilityParametersCDMA2000 OPTIONAL, — Cond cdma2000-Type

nonCriticalExtension HandoverFromEUTRAPreparationRequest-v890-IEs OPTIONAL

}

HandoverFromEUTRAPreparationRequest-v890-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension HandoverFromEUTRAPreparationRequest-v920-IEs OPTIONAL

}

HandoverFromEUTRAPreparationRequest-v920-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

concurrPrepCDMA2000-HRPD-r9 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL, — Cond cdma2000-Type

nonCriticalExtension HandoverFromEUTRAPreparationRequest-v1020-IEs OPTIONAL

}

HandoverFromEUTRAPreparationRequest-v1020-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

dualRxTxRedirectIndicator-r10 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Cond cdma2000-1XRTT

redirectCarrierCDMA2000-1XRTT-r10 CarrierFreqCDMA2000 OPTIONAL, — Cond dualRxTxRedirect

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

HandoverFromEUTRAPreparationRequest field descriptions

concurrPrepCDMA2000-HRPD

Value TRUE indicates that upper layers should initiate concurrent preparation for handover to CDMA2000 HRPD in addition to preparation for enhanced CS fallback to CDMA2000 1xRTT.

dualRxTxRedirectIndicator

Value TRUE indicates that the second radio of the dual Rx/Tx UE is being redirected to CDMA2000 1xRTT, as specified in TS 23.272 [51].

redirectCarrierCDMA2000-1XRTT

Used to indicate the CDMA2000 1xRTT carrier frequency where the UE is being redirected to.

Conditional presence

Explanation

cdma2000-1XRTT

The field is optionally present, need ON, if the cdma2000-Type = type1XRTT; otherwise it is not present.

cdma2000-Type

The field is mandatory present if the cdma2000-Type = type1XRTT; otherwise it is not present.

dualRxTxRedirect

The field is optionally present, need ON, if dualRxTxRedirectIndicator is present; otherwise it is not present.

– InDeviceCoexIndication

The InDeviceCoexIndication message is used to inform E-UTRAN about IDC problems which can not be solved by the UE itself, as well as to provide information that may assist E-UTRAN when resolving these problems.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

InDeviceCoexIndication message

— ASN1START

InDeviceCoexIndication-r11 ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

inDeviceCoexIndication-r11 InDeviceCoexIndication-r11-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

InDeviceCoexIndication-r11-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

affectedCarrierFreqList-r11 AffectedCarrierFreqList-r11 OPTIONAL,

tdm-AssistanceInfo-r11 TDM-AssistanceInfo-r11 OPTIONAL,

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension InDeviceCoexIndication-v11d0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

InDeviceCoexIndication-v11d0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

ul-CA-AssistanceInfo-r11 SEQUENCE {

affectedCarrierFreqCombList-r11 AffectedCarrierFreqCombList-r11 OPTIONAL,

victimSystemType-r11 VictimSystemType-r11

} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension InDeviceCoexIndication-v1310-IEs OPTIONAL

}

InDeviceCoexIndication-v1310-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

affectedCarrierFreqList-v1310 AffectedCarrierFreqList-v1310 OPTIONAL,

affectedCarrierFreqCombList-r13 AffectedCarrierFreqCombList-r13 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension InDeviceCoexIndication-v1360-IEs OPTIONAL

}

InDeviceCoexIndication-v1360-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

hardwareSharingProblem-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension InDeviceCoexIndication-v1530-IEs OPTIONAL

}

InDeviceCoexIndication-v1530-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

mrdc-AssistanceInfo-r15 MRDC-AssistanceInfo-r15 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

AffectedCarrierFreqList-r11 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxFreqIDC-r11)) OF AffectedCarrierFreq-r11

AffectedCarrierFreqList-v1310 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxFreqIDC-r11)) OF AffectedCarrierFreq-v1310

AffectedCarrierFreq-r11 ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-r11 MeasObjectId,

interferenceDirection-r11 ENUMERATED {eutra, other, both, spare}

}

AffectedCarrierFreq-v1310 ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-v1310 MeasObjectId-v1310 OPTIONAL

}

AffectedCarrierFreqCombList-r11 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCombIDC-r11)) OF AffectedCarrierFreqComb-r11

AffectedCarrierFreqCombList-r13 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCombIDC-r11)) OF AffectedCarrierFreqComb-r13

AffectedCarrierFreqComb-r11 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (2..maxServCell-r10)) OF MeasObjectId

AffectedCarrierFreqComb-r13 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (2..maxServCell-r13)) OF MeasObjectId-r13

TDM-AssistanceInfo-r11 ::= CHOICE {

drx-AssistanceInfo-r11 SEQUENCE {

drx-CycleLength-r11 ENUMERATED {sf40, sf64, sf80, sf128, sf160,

sf256, spare2, spare1},

drx-Offset-r11 INTEGER (0..255) OPTIONAL,

drx-ActiveTime-r11 ENUMERATED {sf20, sf30, sf40, sf60, sf80,

sf100, spare2, spare1}

},

idc-SubframePatternList-r11 IDC-SubframePatternList-r11,

}

IDC-SubframePatternList-r11 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSubframePatternIDC-r11)) OF IDC-SubframePattern-r11

IDC-SubframePattern-r11 ::= CHOICE {

subframePatternFDD-r11 BIT STRING (SIZE (4)),

subframePatternTDD-r11 CHOICE {

subframeConfig0-r11 BIT STRING (SIZE (70)),

subframeConfig1-5-r11 BIT STRING (SIZE (10)),

subframeConfig6-r11 BIT STRING (SIZE (60))

},

}

VictimSystemType-r11 ::= SEQUENCE {

gps-r11 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

glonass-r11 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

bds-r11 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

galileo-r11 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

wlan-r11 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

bluetooth-r11 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL

}

MRDC-AssistanceInfo-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

affectedCarrierFreqCombInfoListMRDC-r15 SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCombIDC-r11)) OF AffectedCarrierFreqCombInfoMRDC-r15,

}

AffectedCarrierFreqCombInfoMRDC-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

victimSystemType-r15 VictimSystemType-r11,

interferenceDirectionMRDC-r15 ENUMERATED {eutra-nr, nr, other, eutra-nr-other,

nr-other, spare3, spare2, spare1},

affectedCarrierFreqCombMRDC-r15 SEQUENCE {

affectedCarrierFreqCombEUTRA-r15 AffectedCarrierFreqComb-r15 OPTIONAL,

affectedCarrierFreqCombNR-r15 AffectedCarrierFreqCombNR-r15

} OPTIONAL

}

AffectedCarrierFreqComb-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxServCell-r13)) OF MeasObjectId-r13

AffectedCarrierFreqCombNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxServCellNR-r15)) OF ARFCN-ValueNR-r15

— ASN1STOP

InDeviceCoexIndication field descriptions

AffectedCarrierFreq

If carrierFreq-v1310 is included, carrierFreq-r11 is ignored by eNB.

affectedCarrierFreqCombList

Indicates a list of E-UTRA carrier frequencies that are affected by IDC problems due to Inter-Modulation Distortion and harmonics from E-UTRA when configured with UL CA. affectedCarrierFreqCombList-r13 is used when more than 5 serving cells are configured or affected combinations contain MeasObjectId larger than 32. If affectedCarrierFreqCombList-r13 is included, affectedCarrierFreqCombList-r11 shall not be included.

affectedCarrierFreqCombMRDC

Indicates a set of at least one NR carrier frequency and optionally one or more E-UTRA carrier frequency that is affected by IDC problems due to Inter-Modulation Distortion and harmonics when configured with MR-DC.

affectedCarrierFreqList

List of E-UTRA carrier frequencies affected by IDC problems. If E-UTRAN includes affectedCarrierFreqList-v1310 it includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in affectedCarrierFreqList-r11.

drx-ActiveTime

Indicates the desired active time that the E-UTRAN is recommended to configure. Value in number of subframes. Value sf20 corresponds to 20 subframes, sf30 corresponds to 30 subframes and so on.

drx-CycleLength

Indicates the desired DRX cycle length that the E-UTRAN is recommended to configure. Value in number of subframes. Value sf40 corresponds to 40 subframes, sf64 corresponds to 64 subframes and so on.

drx-Offset

Indicates the desired DRX starting offset that the E-UTRAN is recommended to configure. The UE shall set the value of drx-Offset smaller than the value of drx-CycleLength. The starting frame and subframe satisfy the relation: [(SFN * 10) + subframe number] modulo (drx-CycleLength) = drx-Offset.

hardwareSharingProblem

Indicates whether the UE has hardware sharing problems that the UE cannot solve by itself. The field is present (i.e. value true), if the UE has such hardware sharing problems. Otherwise the field is absent.

idc-SubframePatternList

A list of one or more subframe patterns indicating which HARQ process E-UTRAN is requested to abstain from using. Value 0 indicates that E-UTRAN is requested to abstain from using the subframe. For FDD, the radio frame in which the pattern starts (i.e. the radio frame in which the first/leftmost bit of the subframePatternFDD corresponds to subframe #0) occurs when SFN mod 2 = 0. For TDD, the first/leftmost bit corresponds to the subframe #0 of the radio frame satisfying SFN mod x = 0, where x is the size of the bit string divided by 10. The UE shall indicate a subframe pattern that follows HARQ time line, as specified in TS 36.213 [23], i.e, if a subframe is set to 1 in the subframe pattern, also the corresponding subframes carrying the potential UL grant, as specified in TS 36.213 [23], clause 8.0, the UL HARQ retransmission, as specified in TS 36.213 [23], clause 8.0, and the DL/UL HARQ feedback, as specified in TS 36.213 [23], clauses 7.3, 8.3 and 9.1.2, shall be set to 1.

interferenceDirection

Indicates the direction of IDC interference. Value eutra indicates that only E-UTRA is victim of IDC interference, value other indicates that only another radio is victim of IDC interference and value both indicates that both E-UTRA and another radio are victims of IDC interference. The other radio refers to either the ISM radio or GNSS (see TR 36.816 [63]).

interferenceDirectionMRDC

Indicates the direction of IDC interference. Value eutra-nr indicates E-UTRA and NR is victim, value nr indicates NR, value other indicates other radio system and so on. The other radio refers to either the ISM radio or GNSS (see TR 36.816 [63]).

victimSystemType

Indicate the list of victim system types to which IDC interference is caused from E-UTRA when configured with UL CA or from E-UTRA and NR when configured with MR-DC. Value gps, glonass, bds and galileo indicates the type of GNSS. Value wlan indicates WLAN and value bluetooth indicates Bluetooth.

InterFreqRSTDMeasurementIndication

The InterFreqRSTDMeasurementIndication message is used to indicate that the UE is going to either start or stop OTDOA inter-frequency RSTD measurement which requires measurement gaps as specified in TS 36.133 [16], clause 8.1.2.6. The InterFreqRSTDMeasurementIndication message is also used to indicate to the network that the UE is going to start/stop OTDOA intra-frequency RSTD measurements which require measurement gaps. The InterFreqRSTDMeasurementIndication message is also used to indicate to the network the measurement gap that the category M1 or M2 UE prefers to perform RSTD measurements with dense PRS configuration, as specified in TS 36.133 [16], Table 8.1.2.1-3.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

InterFreqRSTDMeasurementIndication message

— ASN1START

InterFreqRSTDMeasurementIndication-r10 ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

interFreqRSTDMeasurementIndication-r10 InterFreqRSTDMeasurementIndication-r10-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

InterFreqRSTDMeasurementIndication-r10-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

rstd-InterFreqIndication-r10 CHOICE {

start SEQUENCE {

rstd-InterFreqInfoList-r10 RSTD-InterFreqInfoList-r10

},

stop NULL

},

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

RSTD-InterFreqInfoList-r10 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE(1..maxRSTD-Freq-r10)) OF RSTD-InterFreqInfo-r10

RSTD-InterFreqInfo-r10 ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-r10 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA,

measPRS-Offset-r10 INTEGER (0..39),

…,

[[ carrierFreq-v1090 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-v9e0 OPTIONAL

]],

[[ measPRS-Offset-r15 CHOICE {

rstd0-r15 INTEGER (0..79),

rstd1-r15 INTEGER (0..159),

rstd2-r15 INTEGER (0..319),

rstd3-r15 INTEGER (0..639),

rstd4-r15 INTEGER (0..1279),

rstd5-r15 INTEGER (0..159),

rstd6-r15 INTEGER (0..319),

rstd7-r15 INTEGER (0..639),

rstd8-r15 INTEGER (0..1279),

rstd9-r15 INTEGER (0..319),

rstd10-r15 INTEGER (0..639),

rstd11-r15 INTEGER (0..1279),

rstd12-r15 INTEGER (0..319),

rstd13-r15 INTEGER (0..639),

rstd14-r15 INTEGER (0..1279),

rstd15-r15 INTEGER (0..639),

rstd16-r15 INTEGER (0..1279),

rstd17-r15 INTEGER (0..639),

rstd18-r15 INTEGER (0..1279),

rstd19-r15 INTEGER (0..639),

rstd20-r15 INTEGER (0..1279)

} OPTIONAL

]]

}

— ASN1STOP

InterFreqRSTDMeasurementIndication field descriptions

carrierFreq

The EARFCN value of the carrier received from upper layers for which the UE needs to perform the inter-frequency RSTD measurements. If the UE includes carrierFreq-v1090, it shall set carrierFreq-r10 to maxEARFCN. In case the UE starts intra-frequency RSTD measurements the carrierFreq indicates the carrier frequency of the serving cell.

measPRS-Offset

Indicates the requested gap offset for performing inter-frequency or intra-frequency RSTD measurements. It is the smallest subframe offset from the beginning of subframe 0 of SFN=0 of the serving cell of the requested gap for measuring PRS positioning occasions in the carrier frequency carrierFreq for which the UE needs to perform the inter-frequency or intra-frequency RSTD measurements. The PRS positioning occasion information is received from upper layers. The value of measPRS-Offset-r10 is obtained by mapping the starting subframe of the PRS positioning occasion in the measured cell onto the corresponding subframe in the serving cell and is calculated as the serving cell’s number of subframes from SFN=0 mod 40.

If measPRS-Offset-r15 is included, the field further indicates the requested gap pattern that the category M1 or M2 UE prefers to perform RSTD measurements with dense PRS configuration, as specified in TS 36.133 [16], Table 8.1.2.1-3, where value rstd0 corresponds to Gap Pattern Id rstd0, value rstd1 corresponds to Gap Pattern Id rstd1 and so on. The value of measPRS-Offset-r15 is obtained by mapping the starting subframe of the PRS positioning occasion in the measured cell onto the corresponding subframe in the serving cell and is calculated as the serving cell’s number of subframes from SFN=0 mod MGRP corresponding to the requested Gap pattern Id. If measPRS-Offset-r15 is included, measPRS-Offset-r10 is ignored.

The UE shall take into account any additional time required by the UE to start PRS measurements on the other carrier when it does this mapping for determining the measPRS-Offset.

NOTE: Figure 6.2.2-1 illustrates the measPRS-Offset field.

rstd-InterFreqIndication

Indicates the inter-frequency or intra-frequency RSTD measurement action, i.e. the UE is going to start or stop inter-frequency or intra-frequency RSTD measurement.

Figure 6.2.2-1 (informative): Exemplary calculation of measPRS-Offset field.

LoggedMeasurementConfiguration

The LoggedMeasurementConfiguration message is used by E-UTRAN to configure the UE to perform logging of measurement results while in RRC_IDLE or to perform logging of measurement results for MBSFN while in both RRC_IDLE and RRC_CONNECTED. It is used to transfer the logged measurement configuration for network performance optimisation, see TS 37.320 [60].

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: E-UTRAN to UE

LoggedMeasurementConfiguration message

— ASN1START

LoggedMeasurementConfiguration-r10 ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

loggedMeasurementConfiguration-r10 LoggedMeasurementConfiguration-r10-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

LoggedMeasurementConfiguration-r10-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

traceReference-r10 TraceReference-r10,

traceRecordingSessionRef-r10 OCTET STRING (SIZE (2)),

tce-Id-r10 OCTET STRING (SIZE (1)),

absoluteTimeInfo-r10 AbsoluteTimeInfo-r10,

areaConfiguration-r10 AreaConfiguration-r10 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

loggingDuration-r10 LoggingDuration-r10,

loggingInterval-r10 LoggingInterval-r10,

nonCriticalExtension LoggedMeasurementConfiguration-v1080-IEs OPTIONAL

}

LoggedMeasurementConfiguration-v1080-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension-r10 OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension LoggedMeasurementConfiguration-v1130-IEs OPTIONAL

}

LoggedMeasurementConfiguration-v1130-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

plmn-IdentityList-r11 PLMN-IdentityList3-r11 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

areaConfiguration-v1130 AreaConfiguration-v1130 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

nonCriticalExtension LoggedMeasurementConfiguration-v1250-IEs OPTIONAL

}

LoggedMeasurementConfiguration-v1250-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

targetMBSFN-AreaList-r12 TargetMBSFN-AreaList-r12 OPTIONAL, — Need OP

nonCriticalExtension LoggedMeasurementConfiguration-v1530-IEs OPTIONAL

}

LoggedMeasurementConfiguration-v1530-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

bt-NameList-r15 BT-NameList-r15 OPTIONAL, –Need OR

wlan-NameList-r15 WLAN-NameList-r15 OPTIONAL, –Need OR

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

TargetMBSFN-AreaList-r12 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (0..maxMBSFN-Area)) OF TargetMBSFN-Area-r12

TargetMBSFN-Area-r12 ::= SEQUENCE {

mbsfn-AreaId-r12 MBSFN-AreaId-r12 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

carrierFreq-r12 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-r9,

}

— ASN1STOP

LoggedMeasurementConfiguration field descriptions

absoluteTimeInfo

Indicates the absolute time in the current cell.

areaConfiguration

Used to restrict the area in which the UE performs measurement logging to cells broadcasting either one of the included cell identities or one of the included tracking area codes/ identities.

plmn-IdentityList

Indicates a set of PLMNs defining when the UE performs measurement logging as well as the associated status indication and information retrieval i.e. the UE performs these actions when the RPLMN is part of this set of PLMNs.

targetMBSFN-AreaList

Used to indicate logging of MBSFN measurements and further restrict the area and frequencies for which the UE performs measurement logging for MBSFN. If both MBSFN area id and carrier frequency are present, a specific MBSFN area is indicated. If only carrier frequency is present, all MBSFN areas on that carrier frequency are indicated. If there is no entry in the list, any MBSFN area is indicated.

tce-Id

Parameter Trace Collection Entity Id: See TS 32.422 [58].

traceRecordingSessionRef

Parameter Trace Recording Session Reference: See TS 32.422 [58]

MasterInformationBlock

The MasterInformationBlock includes the system information transmitted on BCH.

Signalling radio bearer: N/A

RLC-SAP: TM

Logical channel: BCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

MasterInformationBlock

— ASN1START

MasterInformationBlock ::= SEQUENCE {

dl-Bandwidth ENUMERATED {

n6, n15, n25, n50, n75, n100},

phich-Config PHICH-Config,

systemFrameNumber BIT STRING (SIZE (8)),

schedulingInfoSIB1-BR-r13 INTEGER (0..31),

systemInfoUnchanged-BR-r15 BOOLEAN,

spare BIT STRING (SIZE (4))

}

— ASN1STOP

MasterInformationBlock field descriptions

dl-Bandwidth

Parameter: transmission bandwidth configuration, NRB in downlink, see TS 36.101 [42], table 5.6-1. n6 corresponds to 6 resource blocks, n15 to 15 resource blocks and so on.

phich-Config

Specifies the PHICH configuration. If the UE is a BL UE or UE in CE, it shall ignore this field.

schedulingInfoSIB1-BR

Indicates the index to the tables that define SystemInformationBlockType1-BR scheduling information. The tables are specified in TS 36.213 [23], Table 7.1.6-1 and Table 7.1.7.2.7-1. Value 0 means that SystemInformationBlockType1-BR is not scheduled.

systemFrameNumber

Defines the 8 most significant bits of the SFN. As indicated in TS 36.211 [21], 6.6.1, the 2 least significant bits of the SFN are acquired implicitly in the P-BCH decoding, i.e. timing of 40ms P-BCH TTI indicates 2 least significant bits (within 40ms P-BCH TTI, the first radio frame: 00, the second radio frame: 01, the third radio frame: 10, the last radio frame: 11). One value applies for all serving cells of a Cell Group (i.e. MCG or SCG). The associated functionality is common (i.e. not performed independently for each cell).

systemInfoUnchanged-BR

Value TRUE indicates that no change has occurred in the SIB1-BR and SI messages at least over the SI validity time.

MasterInformationBlock-MBMS

The MasterInformationBlock-MBMS includes the system information transmitted on BCH.

Signalling radio bearer: N/A

RLC-SAP: TM

Logical channel: BCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

MasterInformationBlock-MBMS

— ASN1START

MasterInformationBlock-MBMS-r14 ::= SEQUENCE {

dl-Bandwidth-MBMS-r14 ENUMERATED {

n6, n15, n25, n50, n75, n100},

systemFrameNumber-r14 BIT STRING (SIZE (6)),

additionalNonMBSFNSubframes-r14 INTEGER (0..3),

spare BIT STRING (SIZE (13))

}

— ASN1STOP

MasterInformationBlock-MBMS field descriptions

additionalNonMBSFNSubframes

Configures additional non-MBSFN subframes where SystemInformationBlockType1-MBMS and SystemInformation-MBMS may be transmitted. Value 0, 1, 2, 3 mean zero, one, two, three additional non-MBSFN subframes are configured after each subframe which has PBCH.

dl-Bandwidth-MBMS

Parameter: transmission bandwidth configuration, NRB in downlink, see TS 36.101 [42], table 5.6-1. n6 corresponds to 6 resource blocks, n15 to 15 resource blocks and so on.

systemFrameNumber

Defines the 6 most significant bits of the SFN of the MBMS-dedicated cell. As indicated in TS 36.211 [21], clause 6.6.1, the 4 least significant bits of the SFN are acquired implicitly in the P-BCH decoding, i.e. timing of 160ms P-BCH TTI indicates 4 least significant bits (within 40ms P-BCH TTI, the first radio frame: 00, the fourth radio frame: 01, the eighth radio frame: 10, the last radio frame: 11).

– MBMSCountingRequest

The MBMSCountingRequest message is used by E-UTRAN to count the UEs that are receiving or interested to receive specific MBMS services.

Signalling radio bearer: N/A

RLC-SAP: UM

Logical channel: MCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

MBMSCountingRequest message

— ASN1START

MBMSCountingRequest-r10 ::= SEQUENCE {

countingRequestList-r10 CountingRequestList-r10,

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

CountingRequestList-r10 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxServiceCount)) OF CountingRequestInfo-r10

CountingRequestInfo-r10 ::= SEQUENCE {

tmgi-r10 TMGI-r9,

}

— ASN1STOP

– MBMSCountingResponse

The MBMSCountingResponse message is used by the UE to respond to an MBMSCountingRequest message.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

MBMSCountingResponse message

— ASN1START

MBMSCountingResponse-r10 ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

countingResponse-r10 MBMSCountingResponse-r10-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

MBMSCountingResponse-r10-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

mbsfn-AreaIndex-r10 INTEGER (0..maxMBSFN-Area-1) OPTIONAL,

countingResponseList-r10 CountingResponseList-r10 OPTIONAL,

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

CountingResponseList-r10 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxServiceCount)) OF CountingResponseInfo-r10

CountingResponseInfo-r10 ::= SEQUENCE {

countingResponseService-r10 INTEGER (0..maxServiceCount-1),

}

— ASN1STOP

MBMSCountingResponse field descriptions

countingResponseList

List of MBMS services which the UE is receiving or interested to receive. Value 0 for field countingResponseService corresponds to the first entry in countingRequestList within MBMSCountingRequest, value 1 corresponds to the second entry in this list and so on.

mbsfn-AreaIndex

Index of the entry in field mbsfn-AreaInfoList within SystemInformationBlockType13. Value 0 corresponds to the first entry in mbsfn-AreaInfoList within SystemInformationBlockType13, value 1 corresponds to the second entry in this list and so on.

– MBMSInterestIndication

The MBMSInterestIndication message is used to inform E-UTRAN that the UE is receiving/ interested to receive or no longer receiving/ interested to receive MBMS via an MRB or SC-MRB including MBMS service(s) in receive only mode.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

MBMSInterestIndication message

— ASN1START

MBMSInterestIndication-r11 ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

interestIndication-r11 MBMSInterestIndication-r11-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

MBMSInterestIndication-r11-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

mbms-FreqList-r11 CarrierFreqListMBMS-r11 OPTIONAL,

mbms-Priority-r11 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension MBMSInterestIndication-v1310-IEs OPTIONAL

}

MBMSInterestIndication-v1310-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

mbms-Services-r13 MBMS-ServiceList-r13 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension MBMSInterestIndication-v1540-IEs OPTIONAL

}

MBMSInterestIndication-v1540-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

mbms-ROM-InfoList-r15 SEQUENCE (SIZE(1..maxMBMS-ServiceListPerUE-r13)) OF MBMS-ROM-Info-r15 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

MBMS-ROM-Info-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

mbms-ROM-Freq-r15 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-r9,

mbms-ROM-SubcarrierSpacing-r15 ENUMERATED {kHz15, kHz7dot5, kHz1dot25},

mbms-Bandwidth-r15 ENUMERATED {n6, n15, n25, n50, n75, n100}

}

— ASN1STOP

MBMSInterestIndication field descriptions

mbms-Bandwidth

Indicates the UE received MBMS service frequency bandwidth configuration, NRB in downlink, see TS 36.101 [42], table 5.6-1. n6 corresponds to 6 resource blocks, n15 to 15 resource blocks and so on.

mbms-FreqList

List of MBMS frequencies on which the UE is receiving or interested to receive MBMS via an MRB or SC-MRB.

mbms-Priority

Indicates whether the UE prioritises MBMS reception above unicast reception. The field is present (i.e. value true), if the UE prioritises reception of all listed MBMS frequencies above reception of any of the unicast bearers. Otherwise the field is absent.

mbms-ROM-Freq

The value indicates the carrier frequency used by the UE to receive MBMS service(s) in receive only mode.

mbms-ROM-InfoList

List of receive only mode MBMS service(s) related parameters which the UE is receiving or interested to receive.

mbms-ROM-SubcarrierSpacing

The value indicates subcarrier spacing for MBSFN subframes received by UE in receive only mode and kHz15 refers to 15kHz, kHz7dot5 refers to 7.5kHz subcarrier spacing and kHz1dot25 refers to 1.25 kHz subcarrier spacing as defined in TS 36.211 [21], clause 6.12.

MBSFNAreaConfiguration

The MBSFNAreaConfiguration message contains the MBMS control information applicable for an MBSFN area. For each MBSFN area included in SystemInformationBlockType13 E-UTRAN configures an MCCH (i.e. the MCCH identifies the MBSFN area) and signals the MBSFNAreaConfiguration message.

Signalling radio bearer: N/A

RLC-SAP: UM

Logical channel: MCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

MBSFNAreaConfiguration message

— ASN1START

MBSFNAreaConfiguration-r9 ::= SEQUENCE {

commonSF-Alloc-r9 CommonSF-AllocPatternList-r9,

commonSF-AllocPeriod-r9 ENUMERATED {

rf4, rf8, rf16, rf32, rf64, rf128, rf256},

pmch-InfoList-r9 PMCH-InfoList-r9,

nonCriticalExtension MBSFNAreaConfiguration-v930-IEs OPTIONAL

}

MBSFNAreaConfiguration-v930-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension MBSFNAreaConfiguration-v1250-IEs OPTIONAL

}

MBSFNAreaConfiguration-v1250-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

pmch-InfoListExt-r12 PMCH-InfoListExt-r12 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

nonCriticalExtension MBSFNAreaConfiguration-v1430-IEs OPTIONAL

}

MBSFNAreaConfiguration-v1430-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

commonSF-Alloc-r14 CommonSF-AllocPatternList-r14,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

CommonSF-AllocPatternList-r9 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxMBSFN-Allocations)) OF MBSFN-SubframeConfig

CommonSF-AllocPatternList-r14 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxMBSFN-Allocations)) OF MBSFN-SubframeConfig-v1430

— ASN1STOP

MBSFNAreaConfiguration field descriptions

commonSF-Alloc

Indicates the subframes allocated to the MBSFN area. E-UTRAN always sets this field to cover at least the subframes configured by SystemInformationBlockType13 for this MCCH, regardless of whether any MBMS sessions are ongoing.

commonSF-AllocPeriod

Indicates the period during which resources corresponding with field commonSF-Alloc are divided between the (P)MCH that are configured for this MBSFN area. The subframe allocation patterns, as defined by commonSF-Alloc, repeat continously during this period. Value rf4 corresponds to 4 radio frames, rf8 corresponds to 8 radio frames and so on. The commonSF-AllocPeriod starts in the radio frames for which: SFN mod commonSF-AllocPeriod = 0.

pmch-InfoList

EUTRAN may include pmch-InfoListExt even if pmch-InfoList does not include maxPMCH-PerMBSFN entries. EUTRAN configures at most maxPMCH-PerMBSFN entries i.e. across pmch-InfoList and pmch-InfoListExt.

– MeasReportAppLayer

The MeasReportAppLayer message is used for sending application layer measurement report.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB4

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

MeasReportAppLayer message

— ASN1START

MeasReportAppLayer-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

measReportAppLayer-r15 MeasReportAppLayer-r15-IEs,

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

MeasReportAppLayer-r15-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

measReportAppLayerContainer-r15 OCTET STRING (SIZE(1..8000)) OPTIONAL,

serviceType-r15 ENUMERATED {qoe, qoemtsi, spare6, spare5, spare4, spare3, spare2, spare1} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension MeasReportAppLayer-v1590-IEs OPTIONAL

}

MeasReportAppLayer-v1590-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

MeasReportAppLayer field descriptions

measReportAppLayerContainer

The field contains container of application layer measurements, see Annex L (normative) in TS 26.247 [90] and clause 16.5 in TS 26.114 [99].

serviceType

Indicates the type of application layer measurement. Value qoe indicates Quality of Experience Measurement Collection for streaming services, value qoemtsi indicates Quality of Experience Measurement Collection for MTSI.

MeasurementReport

The MeasurementReport message is used for the indication of measurement results.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

MeasurementReport message

— ASN1START

MeasurementReport ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE{

measurementReport-r8 MeasurementReport-r8-IEs,

spare7 NULL,

spare6 NULL, spare5 NULL, spare4 NULL,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

MeasurementReport-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

measResults MeasResults,

nonCriticalExtension MeasurementReport-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

MeasurementReport-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

MobilityFromEUTRACommand

The MobilityFromEUTRACommand message is used to command handover or a cell change from E‑UTRA to another RAT (3GPP or non-3GPP), or enhanced CS fallback to CDMA2000 1xRTT.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

MobilityFromEUTRACommand message

— ASN1START

MobilityFromEUTRACommand ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE{

mobilityFromEUTRACommand-r8 MobilityFromEUTRACommand-r8-IEs,

mobilityFromEUTRACommand-r9 MobilityFromEUTRACommand-r9-IEs,

spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

MobilityFromEUTRACommand-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

cs-FallbackIndicator BOOLEAN,

purpose CHOICE{

handover Handover,

cellChangeOrder CellChangeOrder

},

nonCriticalExtension MobilityFromEUTRACommand-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

MobilityFromEUTRACommand-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension MobilityFromEUTRACommand-v8d0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

MobilityFromEUTRACommand-v8d0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

bandIndicator BandIndicatorGERAN OPTIONAL, — Cond GERAN

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

MobilityFromEUTRACommand-r9-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

cs-FallbackIndicator BOOLEAN,

purpose CHOICE{

handover Handover,

cellChangeOrder CellChangeOrder,

e-CSFB-r9 E-CSFB-r9,

},

nonCriticalExtension MobilityFromEUTRACommand-v930-IEs OPTIONAL

}

MobilityFromEUTRACommand-v930-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension MobilityFromEUTRACommand-v960-IEs OPTIONAL

}

MobilityFromEUTRACommand-v960-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

bandIndicator BandIndicatorGERAN OPTIONAL, — Cond GERAN

nonCriticalExtension MobilityFromEUTRACommand-v1530-IEs OPTIONAL

}

MobilityFromEUTRACommand-v1530-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

smtc-r15 MTC-SSB-NR-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need OP

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

Handover ::= SEQUENCE {

targetRAT-Type ENUMERATED {

utra, geran, cdma2000-1XRTT, cdma2000-HRPD,

nr, eutra, spare2, spare1, …},

targetRAT-MessageContainer OCTET STRING,

nas-SecurityParamFromEUTRA OCTET STRING (SIZE (1)) OPTIONAL, — Cond UTRAGERANEPC

systemInformation SI-OrPSI-GERAN OPTIONAL — Cond PSHO

}

CellChangeOrder ::= SEQUENCE {

t304 ENUMERATED {

ms100, ms200, ms500, ms1000,

ms2000, ms4000, ms8000, ms10000-v1310},

targetRAT-Type CHOICE {

geran SEQUENCE {

physCellId PhysCellIdGERAN,

carrierFreq CarrierFreqGERAN,

networkControlOrder BIT STRING (SIZE (2)) OPTIONAL, — Need OP

systemInformation SI-OrPSI-GERAN OPTIONAL — Need OP

},

}

}

SI-OrPSI-GERAN ::= CHOICE {

si SystemInfoListGERAN,

psi SystemInfoListGERAN

}

E-CSFB-r9 ::= SEQUENCE {

messageContCDMA2000-1XRTT-r9 OCTET STRING OPTIONAL, — Need ON

mobilityCDMA2000-HRPD-r9 ENUMERATED {

handover, redirection

} OPTIONAL, — Need OP

messageContCDMA2000-HRPD-r9 OCTET STRING OPTIONAL, — Cond concHO

redirectCarrierCDMA2000-HRPD-r9 CarrierFreqCDMA2000 OPTIONAL — Cond concRedir

}

— ASN1STOP

MobilityFromEUTRACommand field descriptions

bandIndicator

Indicates how to interpret the ARFCN of the BCCH carrier.

carrierFreq

contains the carrier frequency of the target GERAN cell.

cs-FallbackIndicator

Value true indicates that the CS fallback procedure to UTRAN or GERAN is triggered.

messageContCDMA2000-1XRTT

This field contains a message specified in CDMA2000 1xRTT standard that either tells the UE to move to specific 1xRTT target cell(s) or indicates a failure to allocate resources for the enhanced CS fallback to CDMA2000 1xRTT.

messageContCDMA2000-HRPD

This field contains a message specified in CDMA2000 HRPD standard that either tells the UE to move to specific HRPD target cell(s) or indicates a failure to allocate resources for the handover to CDMA2000 HRPD.

mobilityCDMA2000-HRPD

This field indicates whether or not mobility to CDMA2000 HRPD is to be performed by the UE and it also indicates the type of mobility to CDMA2000 HRPD that is to be performed; If this field is not present the UE shall perform only the enhanced CS fallback to CDMA2000 1xRTT.

nas-SecurityParamFromEUTRA

If the targetRAT-Type is set to "eutra" and the source CN is 5GC, this field is used to deliver the key synchronisation and key freshness for the Key freshness for the 5GS to EPS handovers as specified in TS 33.501 [86] and the content of the parameter is defined in TS 24.501 [95]. Otherwise, this field is used to deliver the key synchronisation and Key freshness for the E-UTRAN to UTRAN handovers as specified in TS 33.401 [32] and the content of the parameter is defined in TS24.301 [35].

networkControlOrder

Parameter NETWORK_CONTROL_ORDER in TS 44.060 [36].

purpose

Indicates which type of mobility procedure the UE is requested to perform. EUTRAN always applies value e-CSFB in case of enhanced CS fallback to CDMA2000 (e.g. also when that procedure results in handover to CDMA2000 1XRTT only, in handover to CDMA2000 HRPD only or in redirection to CDMA2000 HRPD only),

redirectCarrierCDMA2000-HRPD

The redirectCarrierCDMA2000-HRPD indicates a CDMA2000 carrier frequency and is used to redirect the UE to a HRPD carrier frequency.

smtc

The SSB periodicity/offset/duration configuration of target cell for inter-RAT handover to NR. It is based on timing reference of EUTRA PCell. If the field is absent, the UE uses the SMTC in the measObjectNR having the same SSB frequency and subcarrier spacing, as configured before the reception of the RRC message.

SystemInfoListGERAN

If purpose = CellChangeOrder and if the field is not present, the UE has to acquire SI/PSI from the GERAN cell.

t304

Timer T304 as described in clause 7.3. Value ms100 corresponds with 100 ms, ms200 corresponds with 200 ms and so on. EUTRAN includes extended value ms10000-v1310 only when UE supports CE.

targetRAT-Type

Indicates the target RAT type.

targetRAT-MessageContainer

The field contains a message specified in another standard, as indicated by the targetRAT-Type, and carries information about the target cell identifier(s) and radio parameters relevant for the target radio access technology. NOTE 1.

A complete message is included, as specified in the other standard.

Conditional presence

Explanation

concHO

The field is mandatory present if the mobilityCDMA2000-HRPD is set to "handover"; otherwise the field is optional present, need ON.

concRedir

The field is mandatory present if the mobilityCDMA2000-HRPD is set to "redirection"; otherwise the field is not present.

GERAN

The field should be present if the purpose is set to "handover" and the targetRAT-Type is set to "geran"; otherwise the field is not present

PSHO

The field is mandatory present in case of PS handover toward GERAN; otherwise the field is optionally present, but not used by the UE

UTRAGERANEPC

The field is mandatory present if the targetRAT-Type is set to "utra" or "geran" or if the targetRAT-Type is set to "eutra" and the source CN is 5GC; otherwise the field is not present

NOTE 1: The correspondence between the value of the targetRAT-Type, the standard to apply and the message contained within the targetRAT-MessageContainer is shown in the table below:

targetRAT-Type

Standard to apply

targetRAT-MessageContainer

cdma2000-1XRTT

C.S0001 or later, C.S0007 or later, C.S0008 or later

cdma2000-HRPD

C.S0024 or later

eutra

TS 36.331 (clause 5.4.2)

RRCConnectionReconfiguration

geran

GSM TS 04.18, version 8.5.0 or later, or TS 44.018 (clause 9.1.15)

TS 44.060, version 6.13.0 or later (clause 11.2.43)

TS 44.060, version 7.6.0 or later (clause 11.2.46)

HANDOVER COMMAND

PS HANDOVER COMMAND

DTM HANDOVER COMMAND

nr

TS 38.331 (clause 6.2.2)

RRCReconfiguration

utra

TS 25.331 (clause 10.2.16a)

Handover TO UTRAN command

Paging

The Paging message is used for the notification of one or more UEs.

Signalling radio bearer: N/A

RLC-SAP: TM

Logical channel: PCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

Paging message

— ASN1START

Paging ::= SEQUENCE {

pagingRecordList PagingRecordList OPTIONAL, — Need ON

systemInfoModification ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

etws-Indication ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension Paging-v890-IEs OPTIONAL

}

Paging-v890-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension Paging-v920-IEs OPTIONAL

}

Paging-v920-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

cmas-Indication-r9 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension Paging-v1130-IEs OPTIONAL

}

Paging-v1130-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

eab-ParamModification-r11 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension Paging-v1310-IEs OPTIONAL

}

Paging-v1310-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

redistributionIndication-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

systemInfoModification-eDRX-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension Paging-v1530-IEs OPTIONAL

}

Paging-v1530-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

accessType ENUMERATED {non3GPP} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

PagingRecordList ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxPageRec)) OF PagingRecord

PagingRecord ::= SEQUENCE {

ue-Identity PagingUE-Identity,

cn-Domain ENUMERATED {ps, cs},

}

PagingUE-Identity ::= CHOICE {

s-TMSI S-TMSI,

imsi IMSI,

…,

ng-5G-S-TMSI-r15 NG-5G-S-TMSI-r15,

fullI-RNTI-r15 I-RNTI-r15

}

IMSI ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (6..21)) OF IMSI-Digit

IMSI-Digit ::= INTEGER (0..9)

— ASN1STOP

Paging field descriptions

accessType

It indicates whether Paging is originated due to the PDU sessions from the non-3GPP access when E-UTRA is connected to 5GC.

cmas-Indication

If present: indication of a CMAS notification.

cn-Domain

Indicates the origin of paging.

eab-ParamModification

If present: indication of an EAB parameters (SIB14) modification.

etws-Indication

If present: indication of an ETWS primary notification and/ or ETWS secondary notification.

imsi

The International Mobile Subscriber Identity, a globally unique permanent subscriber identity, see TS 23.003 [27]. The first element contains the first IMSI digit, the second element contains the second IMSI digit and so on.

redistributionIndication

If present: indication to trigger E-UTRAN inter-frequency redistribution procedure as specified in TS 36.304 [4], clause 5.2.4.10.

systemInfoModification

If present: indication of a BCCH modification other than SIB10, SIB11, SIB12 and SIB14. This indication does not apply to UEs using eDRX cycle longer than the BCCH modification period.

systemInfoModification-eDRX

If present: indication of a BCCH modification other than SIB10, SIB11, SIB12 and SIB14. This indication applies only to UEs using eDRX cycle longer than the BCCH modification period.

ue-Identity

Provides the NAS identity of the UE that is being paged. The IMSI is not applicable for E-UTRA/5GC.

ProximityIndication

The ProximityIndication message is used to indicate that the UE is entering or leaving the proximity of one or more CSG member cell(s).

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

ProximityIndication message

— ASN1START

ProximityIndication-r9 ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

proximityIndication-r9 ProximityIndication-r9-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

ProximityIndication-r9-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

type-r9 ENUMERATED {entering, leaving},

carrierFreq-r9 CHOICE {

eutra-r9 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA,

utra-r9 ARFCN-ValueUTRA,

…,

eutra2-v9e0 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-v9e0

},

nonCriticalExtension ProximityIndication-v930-IEs OPTIONAL

}

ProximityIndication-v930-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

ProximityIndication field descriptions

carrierFreq

Indicates the RAT and frequency of the CSG member cell(s), for which the proximity indication is sent. For E-UTRA and UTRA frequencies, the UE shall set the ARFCN according to a band it previously considered suitable for accessing (one of) the CSG member cell(s), for which the proximity indication is sent.

type

Used to indicate whether the UE is entering or leaving the proximity of CSG member cell(s).

– RNReconfiguration

The RNReconfiguration is a command to modify the RN subframe configuration and/or to convey changed system information.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to RN

RNReconfiguration message

— ASN1START

RNReconfiguration-r10 ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

rnReconfiguration-r10 RNReconfiguration-r10-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

RNReconfiguration-r10-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

rn-SystemInfo-r10 RN-SystemInfo-r10 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

rn-SubframeConfig-r10 RN-SubframeConfig-r10 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

RN-SystemInfo-r10 ::= SEQUENCE {

systemInformationBlockType1-r10 OCTET STRING (CONTAINING SystemInformationBlockType1) OPTIONAL, — Need ON

systemInformationBlockType2-r10 SystemInformationBlockType2 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

}

— ASN1STOP

– RNReconfigurationComplete

The RNReconfigurationComplete message is used to confirm the successful completion of an RN reconfiguration.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: RN to E-UTRAN

RNReconfigurationComplete message

— ASN1START

RNReconfigurationComplete-r10 ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE{

rnReconfigurationComplete-r10 RNReconfigurationComplete-r10-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

RNReconfigurationComplete-r10-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

RRCConnectionReconfiguration

The RRCConnectionReconfiguration message is the command to modify an RRC connection. It may convey information for measurement configuration, mobility control, radio resource configuration (including RBs, MAC main configuration and physical channel configuration) including any associated dedicated NAS information and security configuration.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

RRCConnectionReconfiguration message

— ASN1START

RRCConnectionReconfiguration ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE{

rrcConnectionReconfiguration-r8 RRCConnectionReconfiguration-r8-IEs,

spare7 NULL,

spare6 NULL, spare5 NULL, spare4 NULL,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

RRCConnectionReconfiguration-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

measConfig MeasConfig OPTIONAL, — Need ON

mobilityControlInfo MobilityControlInfo OPTIONAL, — Cond HO

dedicatedInfoNASList SEQUENCE (SIZE(1..maxDRB)) OF

DedicatedInfoNAS OPTIONAL, — Cond nonHO

radioResourceConfigDedicated RadioResourceConfigDedicated OPTIONAL, — Cond HO-toEUTRA

securityConfigHO SecurityConfigHO OPTIONAL, — Cond HO-toEPC

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v890-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v890-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING (CONTAINING RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v8m0-IEs) OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v920-IEs OPTIONAL

}

— Late non-critical extensions:

RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v8m0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

— Following field is only for pre REL-10 late non-critical extensions

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v10i0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v10i0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

antennaInfoDedicatedPCell-v10i0 AntennaInfoDedicated-v10i0 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v10l0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v10l0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

mobilityControlInfo-v10l0 MobilityControlInfo-v10l0 OPTIONAL,

sCellToAddModList-v10l0 SCellToAddModList-v10l0 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

— Following field is only for late non-critical extensions from REL-10 to REL-11

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v12f0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v12f0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

scg-Configuration-v12f0 SCG-Configuration-v12f0 OPTIONAL, — Cond nonFullConfig

— Following field is only for late non-critical extensions from REL-12

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v1370-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v1370-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

radioResourceConfigDedicated-v1370 RadioResourceConfigDedicated-v1370 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

sCellToAddModListExt-v1370 SCellToAddModListExt-v1370 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v13c0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v13c0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

radioResourceConfigDedicated-v13c0 RadioResourceConfigDedicated-v13c0 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

sCellToAddModList-v13c0 SCellToAddModList-v13c0 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

sCellToAddModListExt-v13c0 SCellToAddModListExt-v13c0 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

scg-Configuration-v13c0 SCG-Configuration-v13c0 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

— Following field is only for late non-critical extensions from REL-13 onwards

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— Regular non-critical extensions:

RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v920-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

otherConfig-r9 OtherConfig-r9 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

fullConfig-r9 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Cond HO-Reestab

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v1020-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v1020-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

sCellToReleaseList-r10 SCellToReleaseList-r10 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

sCellToAddModList-r10 SCellToAddModList-r10 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v1130-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v1130-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

systemInformationBlockType1Dedicated-r11 OCTET STRING (CONTAINING SystemInformationBlockType1) OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v1250-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v1250-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

wlan-OffloadInfo-r12 CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup SEQUENCE {

wlan-OffloadConfigDedicated-r12 WLAN-OffloadConfig-r12,

t350-r12 ENUMERATED {min5, min10, min20, min30, min60,

min120, min180, spare1} OPTIONAL — Need OR

}

} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

scg-Configuration-r12 SCG-Configuration-r12 OPTIONAL, — Cond nonFullConfig

sl-SyncTxControl-r12 SL-SyncTxControl-r12 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

sl-DiscConfig-r12 SL-DiscConfig-r12 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

sl-CommConfig-r12 SL-CommConfig-r12 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v1310-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v1310-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

sCellToReleaseListExt-r13 SCellToReleaseListExt-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

sCellToAddModListExt-r13 SCellToAddModListExt-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

lwa-Configuration-r13 LWA-Configuration-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

lwip-Configuration-r13 LWIP-Configuration-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

rclwi-Configuration-r13 RCLWI-Configuration-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v1430-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v1430-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

sl-V2X-ConfigDedicated-r14 SL-V2X-ConfigDedicated-r14 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

sCellToAddModListExt-v1430 SCellToAddModListExt-v1430 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

perCC-GapIndicationRequest-r14 ENUMERATED{true} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

systemInformationBlockType2Dedicated-r14 OCTET STRING (CONTAINING SystemInformationBlockType2) OPTIONAL, — Cond nonHO

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v1510-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v1510-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

nr-Config-r15 CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup SEQUENCE {

endc-ReleaseAndAdd-r15 BOOLEAN,

nr-SecondaryCellGroupConfig-r15 OCTET STRING OPTIONAL, — Need ON

p-MaxEUTRA-r15 P-Max OPTIONAL — Need ON

}

} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

sk-Counter-r15 INTEGER (0..65535) OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nr-RadioBearerConfig1-r15 OCTET STRING OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nr-RadioBearerConfig2-r15 OCTET STRING OPTIONAL, — Need ON

tdm-PatternConfig-r15 TDM-PatternConfig-r15 OPTIONAL, — Cond FDD-PCell

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v1530-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReconfiguration-v1530-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

securityConfigHO-v1530 SecurityConfigHO-v1530 OPTIONAL, — Cond HO-5GC

sCellGroupToReleaseList-r15 SCellGroupToReleaseList-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

sCellGroupToAddModList-r15 SCellGroupToAddModList-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

dedicatedInfoNASList-r15 SEQUENCE (SIZE(1..maxDRB-r15)) OF

DedicatedInfoNAS OPTIONAL, — Cond nonHO

p-MaxUE-FR1-r15 P-Max OPTIONAL, — Need OR

smtc-r15 MTC-SSB-NR-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need OP

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

SL-SyncTxControl-r12 ::= SEQUENCE {

networkControlledSyncTx-r12 ENUMERATED {on, off} OPTIONAL — Need OP

}

PSCellToAddMod-r12 ::= SEQUENCE {

sCellIndex-r12 SCellIndex-r10,

cellIdentification-r12 SEQUENCE {

physCellId-r12 PhysCellId,

dl-CarrierFreq-r12 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-r9

} OPTIONAL, — Cond SCellAdd

radioResourceConfigCommonPSCell-r12 RadioResourceConfigCommonPSCell-r12 OPTIONAL, — Cond SCellAdd

radioResourceConfigDedicatedPSCell-r12 RadioResourceConfigDedicatedPSCell-r12 OPTIONAL, — Cond SCellAdd2

…,

[[ antennaInfoDedicatedPSCell-v1280 AntennaInfoDedicated-v10i0 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ sCellIndex-r13 SCellIndex-r13 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ radioResourceConfigDedicatedPSCell-v1370 RadioResourceConfigDedicatedPSCell-v1370 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ radioResourceConfigDedicatedPSCell-v13c0 RadioResourceConfigDedicatedPSCell-v13c0 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]]

}

PSCellToAddMod-v12f0 ::= SEQUENCE {

radioResourceConfigCommonPSCell-r12 RadioResourceConfigCommonPSCell-v12f0 OPTIONAL

}

PSCellToAddMod-v1440 ::= SEQUENCE {

radioResourceConfigCommonPSCell-r14 RadioResourceConfigCommonPSCell-v1440 OPTIONAL

}

PowerCoordinationInfo-r12 ::= SEQUENCE {

p-MeNB-r12 INTEGER (1..16),

p-SeNB-r12 INTEGER (1..16),

powerControlMode-r12 INTEGER (1..2)

}

SCellToAddModList-r10 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSCell-r10)) OF SCellToAddMod-r10

SCellToAddModList-v10l0 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSCell-r10)) OF SCellToAddMod-v10l0

SCellToAddModList-v13c0 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSCell-r10)) OF SCellToAddMod-v13c0

SCellToAddModListExt-r13 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSCell-r13)) OF SCellToAddModExt-r13

SCellToAddModListExt-v1370 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSCell-r13)) OF SCellToAddModExt-v1370

SCellToAddModListExt-v13c0 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSCell-r13)) OF SCellToAddMod-v13c0

SCellToAddModListExt-v1430 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSCell-r13)) OF SCellToAddModExt-v1430

SCellGroupToAddModList-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSCellGroups-r15)) OF SCellGroupToAddMod-r15

SCellToAddMod-r10 ::= SEQUENCE {

sCellIndex-r10 SCellIndex-r10,

cellIdentification-r10 SEQUENCE {

physCellId-r10 PhysCellId,

dl-CarrierFreq-r10 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA

} OPTIONAL, — Cond SCellAdd

radioResourceConfigCommonSCell-r10 RadioResourceConfigCommonSCell-r10 OPTIONAL, — Cond SCellAdd

radioResourceConfigDedicatedSCell-r10 RadioResourceConfigDedicatedSCell-r10 OPTIONAL, — Cond SCellAdd2

…,

[[ dl-CarrierFreq-v1090 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-v9e0 OPTIONAL — Cond EARFCN-max

]],

[[ antennaInfoDedicatedSCell-v10i0 AntennaInfoDedicated-v10i0 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ srs-SwitchFromServCellIndex-r14 INTEGER (0..31) OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ sCellState-r15 ENUMERATED {activated, dormant} OPTIONAL — Need ON

]]

}

SCellToAddMod-v10l0 ::= SEQUENCE {

radioResourceConfigCommonSCell-v10l0 RadioResourceConfigCommonSCell-v10l0 OPTIONAL

}

SCellToAddMod-v13c0 ::= SEQUENCE {

radioResourceConfigDedicatedSCell-v13c0 RadioResourceConfigDedicatedSCell-v13c0 OPTIONAL

}

SCellToAddModExt-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

sCellIndex-r13 SCellIndex-r13,

cellIdentification-r13 SEQUENCE {

physCellId-r13 PhysCellId,

dl-CarrierFreq-r13 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-r9

} OPTIONAL, — Cond SCellAdd

radioResourceConfigCommonSCell-r13 RadioResourceConfigCommonSCell-r10 OPTIONAL, — Cond SCellAdd

radioResourceConfigDedicatedSCell-r13 RadioResourceConfigDedicatedSCell-r10 OPTIONAL, — Cond SCellAdd2

antennaInfoDedicatedSCell-r13 AntennaInfoDedicated-v10i0 OPTIONAL — Need ON

}

SCellToAddModExt-v1370 ::= SEQUENCE {

radioResourceConfigCommonSCell-v1370 RadioResourceConfigCommonSCell-v10l0 OPTIONAL

}

SCellToAddModExt-v1430 ::= SEQUENCE {

srs-SwitchFromServCellIndex-r14 INTEGER (0..31) OPTIONAL, — Need ON

…,

[[ sCellState-r15 ENUMERATED {activated, dormant} OPTIONAL — Need ON

]]

}

SCellGroupToAddMod-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

sCellGroupIndex-r15 SCellGroupIndex-r15,

sCellConfigCommon-r15 SCellConfigCommon-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

sCellToReleaseList-r15 SCellToReleaseListExt-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

sCellToAddModList-r15 SCellToAddModListExt-r13 OPTIONAL — Need ON

}

SCellToReleaseList-r10 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSCell-r10)) OF SCellIndex-r10

SCellToReleaseListExt-r13 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSCell-r13)) OF SCellIndex-r13

SCellGroupToReleaseList-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSCellGroups-r15)) OF SCellGroupIndex-r15

SCellGroupIndex-r15 ::= INTEGER (1..maxSCellGroups-r15)

SCellConfigCommon-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

radioResourceConfigCommonSCell-r15 RadioResourceConfigCommonSCell-r10 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

radioResourceConfigDedicatedSCell-r15 RadioResourceConfigDedicatedSCell-r10 OPTIONAL,– Need ON

antennaInfoDedicatedSCell-r15 AntennaInfoDedicated-v10i0 OPTIONAL — Need ON

}

SCG-Configuration-r12 ::= CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup SEQUENCE {

scg-ConfigPartMCG-r12 SEQUENCE {

scg-Counter-r12 INTEGER (0..65535) OPTIONAL, — Need ON

powerCoordinationInfo-r12 PowerCoordinationInfo-r12 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

scg-ConfigPartSCG-r12 SCG-ConfigPartSCG-r12 OPTIONAL — Need ON

}

}

SCG-Configuration-v12f0 ::= CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup SEQUENCE {

scg-ConfigPartSCG-v12f0 SCG-ConfigPartSCG-v12f0 OPTIONAL — Need ON

}

}

SCG-Configuration-v13c0 ::= CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup SEQUENCE {

scg-ConfigPartSCG-v13c0 SCG-ConfigPartSCG-v13c0 OPTIONAL — Need ON

}

}

SCG-ConfigPartSCG-r12 ::= SEQUENCE {

radioResourceConfigDedicatedSCG-r12 RadioResourceConfigDedicatedSCG-r12 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

sCellToReleaseListSCG-r12 SCellToReleaseList-r10 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

pSCellToAddMod-r12 PSCellToAddMod-r12 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

sCellToAddModListSCG-r12 SCellToAddModList-r10 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

mobilityControlInfoSCG-r12 MobilityControlInfoSCG-r12 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

…,

[[

sCellToReleaseListSCG-Ext-r13 SCellToReleaseListExt-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

sCellToAddModListSCG-Ext-r13 SCellToAddModListExt-r13 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[

sCellToAddModListSCG-Ext-v1370 SCellToAddModListExt-v1370 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[

pSCellToAddMod-v1440 PSCellToAddMod-v1440 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ sCellGroupToReleaseListSCG-r15 SCellGroupToReleaseList-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

sCellGroupToAddModListSCG-r15 SCellGroupToAddModList-r15 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ — NE-DC addition for setup/ modification and release SN configured measurements

measConfigSN-r15 MeasConfig OPTIONAL, — Need ON

— NE-DC additions concerning DRBs/ SRBs are within RadioResourceConfigDedicatedSCG

tdm-PatternConfigNE-DC-r15 TDM-PatternConfig-r15 OPTIONAL — Cond FDD-PSCell

]],

[[ p-MaxEUTRA-r15 P-Max OPTIONAL — Need ON

]]

}

SCG-ConfigPartSCG-v12f0 ::= SEQUENCE {

pSCellToAddMod-v12f0 PSCellToAddMod-v12f0 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

sCellToAddModListSCG-v12f0 SCellToAddModList-v10l0 OPTIONAL — Need ON

}

SCG-ConfigPartSCG-v13c0 ::= SEQUENCE {

sCellToAddModListSCG-v13c0 SCellToAddModList-v13c0 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

sCellToAddModListSCG-Ext-v13c0 SCellToAddModListExt-v13c0 OPTIONAL — Need ON

}

SecurityConfigHO ::= SEQUENCE {

handoverType CHOICE {

intraLTE SEQUENCE {

securityAlgorithmConfig SecurityAlgorithmConfig OPTIONAL, — Cond fullConfig

keyChangeIndicator BOOLEAN,

nextHopChainingCount NextHopChainingCount

},

interRAT SEQUENCE {

securityAlgorithmConfig SecurityAlgorithmConfig,

nas-SecurityParamToEUTRA OCTET STRING (SIZE(6))

}

},

}

SecurityConfigHO-v1530 ::= SEQUENCE {

handoverType-v1530 CHOICE {

intra5GC-r15 SEQUENCE {

securityAlgorithmConfig-r15 SecurityAlgorithmConfig OPTIONAL, — Cond HO-toEUTRA

keyChangeIndicator-r15 BOOLEAN,

nextHopChainingCount-r15 NextHopChainingCount,

nas-Container-r15 OCTET STRING OPTIONAL — Need ON

},

fivegc-ToEPC-r15 SEQUENCE {

securityAlgorithmConfig-r15 SecurityAlgorithmConfig,

nextHopChainingCount-r15 NextHopChainingCount

},

epc-To5GC-r15 SEQUENCE {

securityAlgorithmConfig-r15 SecurityAlgorithmConfig,

nas-Container-r15 OCTET STRING

}

},

}

TDM-PatternConfig-r15 ::= CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup SEQUENCE {

subframeAssignment-r15 SubframeAssignment-r15,

harq-Offset-r15 INTEGER (0..9)

}

}

— ASN1STOP

RRCConnectionReconfiguration field descriptions

dedicatedInfoNASList

This field is used to transfer UE specific NAS layer information between the network and the UE. The RRC layer is transparent for each PDU in the list. If dedicatedInfoNASList-r15 is present, UE shall ignore the dedicatedInfoNASList (without suffix).

endc-ReleaseAndAdd

A one-shot field indicating whether the UE simultaneously releases and adds all the NR SCG related configuration within nr-Config, i.e. the configuration set by the NR RRCReconfiguration message (e.g. secondaryCellGroup, SRB3 and measConfig).

fullConfig

Indicates the full configuration option is applicable for the RRC Connection Reconfiguration message for intra-system intra-RAT handover. For inter-RAT handover from NR to E-UTRA, fullConfig indicates whether or not delta signalling of SDAP/PDCP from source RAT is applicable. This field is absent when the RRCConnectionReconfiguration message is generated by the E-UTRA SCG.

harq-Offset

Indicates a HARQ subframe offset that is applied to the subframes designated as UL in the associated subrame assignment, see TS 36.213 [23].

keyChangeIndicator

If UE is connected to EPC, true is used only in an intra-cell handover when a KeNB key is derived from a KASME key taken into use through the latest successful NAS SMC procedure, as described in TS 33.401 [32] for KeNB re-keying. false is used in an intra-LTE handover when the new KeNB key is obtained from the current KeNB key or from the NH as described in TS 33.401 [32].

If UE is connected to 5GC, with keyChangeIndicator-r15, true is used in an intra-cell handover when a KeNB key is derived from a KAMF key taken into use through the latest successful NAS SMC procedure, as described in TS 33.501 [86] for KeNB re-keying.

False is used for intra-system handover when the new KeNB key is obtained from the current KeNB key or from the NH as described in TS 33.501 [86]. True is also used in NG based handover procedure with KAMF change, when a KeNB key is derived from the new KAMF key as described in TS 33.501 [86].

lwa-Configuration

This field is used to provide parameters for LWA configuration. E-UTRAN does not simultaneously configure LWA with DC, LWIP or RCLWI for a UE.

lwip-Configuration

This field is used to provide parameters for LWIP configuration. E-UTRAN does not simultaneously configure LWIP with DC, LWA or RCLWI for a UE.

measConfig

Measurements that E-UTRAN may configure when the UE is not configured with NE-DC.

measConfigSN

Measurements that E-UTRAN may configure when the UE is configured with NE-DC and for which reports are carried within an NR RRC message.

nas-Container

This field is used to transfer UE specific NAS layer information between the network and the UE. The RRC layer is transparent for this field, although, if included, it affects activation of AS- security after handover within E-UTRA/5GC. The content is defined in TS 24.501 [95]. In case of NG based handover, the content of nas-Container is. the Intra N1 mode NAS transparent container IE. In case of inter-system handover to from 5GS to EPS, the content of NAS-Container is. the S1 mode to N1 mode NAS transparent container IE.

nas-securityParamToEUTRA

This field is used to transfer UE specific NAS layer information between the network and the UE. The RRC layer is transparent for this field, although, if included, it affects activation of AS- security after inter-RAT handover to E-UTRA/EPC or inter-system handover to E-UTRA/EPC. The content is defined in TS 24.301 [35]. This field is not used for handover from 5GC.

networkControlledSyncTx

This field indicates whether the UE shall transmit synchronisation information (i.e. become synchronisation source). Value On indicates the UE to transmit synchronisation information while value Off indicates the UE to not transmit such information.

nextHopChainingCount

Parameter NCC: See TS 33.401 [32] if UE is connected to EPC, else see 33.501 [86] if UE is connected to 5GC.

nr-Config

Includes the NR related configurations. This field is used to configure (NG)EN-DC configuration, possibly in conjunction with fields sk-Counter and nr-RadioBearerConfig1/ 2. NOTE 1.

nr-RadioBearerConfig1, nr-RadioBearerConfig2

Includes the NR RadioBearerConfig IE as specified in TS 38.331 [82]. The field includes the configuration of RBs configured with NR PDCP.

nr-SecondaryCellGroupConfig

Includes the NR RRCReconfiguration message as specified in TS 38.331 [82]. In this version of the specification, the NR RRC message only includes fields secondaryCellGroup and/ or measConfig. If nr-SecondaryCellGroupConfig is configured, the network always includes this field upon MN handover to initiate an NR SCG reconfiguration with sync and key change.

perCC-GapIndicationRequest

Indicates that UE shall include perCC-GapIndicationList and numFreqEffective in the RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete message. numFreqEffectiveReduced may also be included if frequencies are configured for reduced measurement performance.

p-MaxEUTRA

Indicates the maximum power available for LTE.

p-MaxUE-FR1

The maximum total transmit power to be used by the UE across all serving cells in frequency range 1 (FR1) across all cell groups. The maximum transmit power that the UE may use may be additionally limited on cell- or cell-group level. The field is optionally present, if (NG)EN-DC (nr-Config-r15) has been configured. It is absent otherwise.

p-MeNB

Indicates the guaranteed power for the MeNB, as specified in TS 36.213 [23]. The value N corresponds to N-1 in TS 36.213 [23].

powerControlMode

Indicates the power control mode used in DC. Value 1 corresponds to DC power control mode 1 and value 2 indicates DC power control mode 2, as specified in TS 36.213 [23].

p-SeNB

Indicates the guaranteed power for the SeNB as specified in TS 36.213 [23], Table 5.1.4.2-1. The value N corresponds to N-1 in TS 36.213 [23].

rclwi-Configuration

WLAN traffic steering command as specified in 5.6.16.2. E-UTRAN does not simultaneously configure RCLWI with DC, LWA or LWIP for a UE.

sCellConfigCommon

Indicates the common configuration for the SCell group.

sCellGroupIndex

Indicates the identity of SCell groups for which a common configuration is provided.

sCellIndex

The sCellIndex is unique within the scope of the UE. In case of DC, an SCG cell can not use the same value as used for an MCG cell. For pSCellToAddMod, if sCellIndex-r13 is present the UE shall ignore sCellIndex-r12.

sCellGroupToAddModList, sCellGroupToAddModListSCG

Indicates the SCell group to be added or modified. E-UTRAN only configures at most 4 SCell groups per UE over all cell groups. SCell groups can only be configured for LTE SCells, and all SCells in an SCell group must belong to the same cell group.

sCellGroupToReleaseList

Indicates the SCell group to be released.

sCellState

A one-shot field that indicates whether the SCell shall be considered to be in activated or dormant state upon SCell configuration.

sCellToAddModList, sCellToAddModListExt

Indicates the SCell to be added or modified. E-UTRAN uses field sCellToAddModList-r10 to add or modify SCells (with sCellIndex-r10) for a UE that does not support carrier aggregation with more than 5 component carriers. If E-UTRAN includes sCellToAddModListExt-v1430 it includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in sCellToAddModListExt-r13. If E-UTRAN includes sCellToAddModList-v10l0 it includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in sCellToAddModList-r10. If E-UTRAN includes sCellToAddModListExt-v1370 it includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in sCellToAddModListExt-r13. If E-UTRAN includes sCellToAddModListExt-v13c0 it includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in sCellToAddModListExt-r13.

sCellToAddModListSCG, sCellToAddModListSCG-Ext

Indicates the SCG cell to be added or modified. The field is used for SCG cells other than the PSCell (which is added/ modified by field pSCellToAddMod). E-UTRAN uses field sCellToAddModListSCG-r12 to add or modify SCells (with sCellIndex-r10) for a UE that does not support carrier aggregation with more than 5 component carriers. If E-UTRAN includes sCellToAddModListSCG-v10l0 it includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in sCellToAddModListSCG-r12. If E-UTRAN includes sCellToAddModListSCG-Ext-v1370 it includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in sCellToAddModListSCG-Ext-r13. If E-UTRAN includes sCellToAddModListSCG-Ext-v13c0 it includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in sCellToAddModListSCG-Ext-r13.

sCellToReleaseList, sCellToReleaseListExt

Indicates the SCell to be released. E-UTRAN uses field sCellToReleaseList-r10 to release SCells for a UE that does not support carrier aggregation with more than 5 component carriers.

sCellToReleaseListSCG, sCellToReleaseListSCG-Ext

Indicates the SCG cell to be released. The field is also used to release the PSCell e.g. upon change of PSCell, upon system information change for the PSCell. E-UTRAN uses field sCellToReleaseListSCG-r12 to release SCells for a UE that does not support carrier aggregation with more than 5 component carriers.

scg-Configuration

Covers the SCG configuration as used in case of DC and NE-DC. When the UE is configured with NE-DC, E-UTRAN neither applies value release nor configures scg-ConfigPartMCG.

scg-Counter

A counter used upon initial configuration of SCG security as well as upon refresh of S-KeNB. E-UTRAN includes the field upon SCG change when one or more SCG DRBs are configured. Otherwise E-UTRAN does not include the field.

securityConfigHO

This field contains the parameters required to update the security keys at handover. If E-UTRAN includes the securityConfigHO (i.e., without suffix), the choice intraLTE is used for handover within E-UTRA/EPC while the choice interRAT is used for handover from GERAN or UTRAN to E-UTRA/EPC. If E-UTRAN includes the securityConfigHO-v1530 (i.e., with suffix), the choice intra5GC is used for handover from NR or E-UTRA/5GC to E-UTRA/5GC while the choice fivegc-ToEPC is used for inter-system handover from NR or E-UTRA/5GC to E-UTRA/EPC and the choice epc-To5GC is used for inter-system handover from E-UTRA/EPC to E-UTRA/5GC.

sk-Counter

A one-shot counter used upon initial configuration of S-KgNB as well as upon refresh of S-KgNB. E-UTRAN always provides this field either upon initial configuration of an NR SCG, or upon configuration of the first (SN terminated) RB using S-KgNB, whichever happens first.

sl-V2X-ConfigDedicated

Indicates sidelink configuration for non-P2X related V2X sidelink communication as well as P2X related V2X sidelink communication.

smtc

The SSB periodicity/offset/duration configuration of target cell for NR PSCell addition and SN change. It is based on timing reference of EUTRA PCell. NOTE 2.

If the field is absent, the UE uses the SMTC in the measObjectNR having the same SSB frequency and subcarrier spacing, as configured before the reception of the RRC message.

srs-SwitchFromServCellIndex

Indicates the serving cell whose UL transmission may be interrupted during SRS transmission on a PUSCH-less cell. During SRS transmission on a PUSCH-less cell, the UE may temporarily suspend the UL transmission on a serving cell with PUSCH in the same CG to allow the PUSCH-less cell to transmit SRS. The PUSCH-less cell is always a TDD cell but the serving cell with PUSCH may be either a FDD or TDD cell.

subframeAssignment

Indicates DL/UL subframe configuration where sa0 points to Configuration 0, sa1 to Configuration 1 etc. as specified in TS 36.211 [21], table 4.2-2.

systemInformationBlockType1Dedicated

This field is used to transfer SystemInformationBlockType1 or SystemInformationBlockType1-BR to the UE.

systemInformationBlockType2Dedicated

This field is used to transfer BR version of SystemInformationBlockType2 to BL UEs or UEs in CE or SystemInformationBlockType2 to non-BL UEs.

t350

Timer T350 as described in clause 7.3. Value minN corresponds to N minutes.

tdm-PatternConfig

UL/DL reference configuration indicating the time during which a UE configured with (NG)EN-DC is allowed to transmit. This field is used when power control or IMD issues require single UL transmission as specified in TS 38.101-3 [101] and TS 38.213 [88].

tdm-PatternConfigNE-DC

UL/DL reference configuration indicating the time during which a UE configured with NE-DC is allowed to transmit. This field is used when power control or IMD issues require single UL transmission as specified in TS 38.101-3 [101] and TS 38.213 [88].

Conditional presence

Explanation

EARFCN-max

The field is mandatory present if dl-CarrierFreq-r10 is included and set to maxEARFCN. Otherwise the field is not present.

FDD-PCell

This field is optionally present, need ON, for a FDD PCell if there is no SCell with configured uplink. Otherwise, the field is not present.

FDD-PSCell

This field is optionally present, need ON, for a FDD PSCell if there is no SCell with configured uplink. Otherwise, the field is not present.

fullConfig

This field is mandatory present for handover within E-UTRA when the fullConfig is included; otherwise it is optionally present, Need OP.

HO

The field is mandatory present in case of handover within E-UTRA or to E-UTRA; otherwise the field is not present.

HO-Reestab

The field is mandatory present in case of inter-system handover within E-UTRA or handover from NR to E-UTRA/EPC; it is optionally present, need ON, in case of intra-system handover within E-UTRA or upon the first reconfiguration after RRC connection re-establishment; or for intra-system handover from NR to E-UTRA, otherwise the field is not present.

HO-5GC

The field is mandatory present in case of handover within E-UTRA/5GC, handover to E-UTRA/5GC, handover from NR to E-UTRA/EPC, or handover from E-UTRA/5GC to E-UTRA/EPC, otherwise the field is not present.

HO-toEPC

The field is mandatory present in case of handover within E-UTRA/EPC or to E-UTRA/EPC, except handover from NR or E-UTRA/5GC, otherwise the field is not present.

HO-toEUTRA

The field is mandatory present in case of handover to E-UTRA or for reconfigurations when fullConfig is included; otherwise the field is optionally present, need ON.

nonFullConfig

The field is not present when the fullConfig is included or in case of handover to E-UTRA; otherwise it is optional present, need ON.

nonHO

The field is not present in case of handover within E-UTRA or to E-UTRA; otherwise it is optional present, need ON.

SCellAdd

The field is mandatory present upon SCell addition; otherwise it is not present.

SCellAdd2

The field is mandatory present upon SCell addition; otherwise it is optionally present, need ON.

NOTE 1: Fields sk-Counter and nr-RadioBearerConfig1/ 2 are placed outside nr-Config, as these may be configured while the UE is not configured with (NG)EN-DC.

NOTE 2: It is not specified whether the timing reference for the SMTC configuration is the source EUTRA PCell or the target EUTRA PCell in case the NR PSCell addition or SN change takes place simultaneously with handover. As a consequence, explicit SMTC configuration is only supported when the source EUTRA PCell and the target EUTRA PCell of the handover are SFN/subframe-synchronized.

RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete

The RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete message is used to confirm the successful completion of an RRC connection reconfiguration.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete message

— ASN1START

RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

rrcConnectionReconfigurationComplete-r8

RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete-r8-IEs,

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete-v1020-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete-v1020-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

rlf-InfoAvailable-r10 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

logMeasAvailable-r10 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete-v1130-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete-v1130-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

connEstFailInfoAvailable-r11 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete-v1250-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete-v1250-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

logMeasAvailableMBSFN-r12 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete-v1430-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete-v1430-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

perCC-GapIndicationList-r14 PerCC-GapIndicationList-r14 OPTIONAL,

numFreqEffective-r14 INTEGER (1..12) OPTIONAL,

numFreqEffectiveReduced-r14 INTEGER (1..12) OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete-v1510-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete-v1510-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

scg-ConfigResponseNR-r15 OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete-v1530-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete-v1530-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

logMeasAvailableBT-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

logMeasAvailableWLAN-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

flightPathInfoAvailable-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

RRCConnectionReconfigurationComplete field descriptions

numFreqEffective

This field is used to indicate the number of effective frequencies that a UE measures in series according to TS 36.133 [16]. Simultaneous measurement in parallel on multiple frequencies can be equivalent to a single effective frequency. The frequencies configured for reduced measurement performance should not be included.

numFreqEffectiveReduced

This field is used to indicate the number of effective frequencies that a UE measures in series according to TS 36.133 [16] for frequencies configured for reduced measurement performance. Simultaneous measurement in parallel on multiple frequencies can be equivalent to a single effective frequency.

perCC-GapIndicationList

This field is used to indicate per CC measurement gap preference by the UE.

scg-ConfigResponseNR

Includes the NR RRCReconfigurationComplete message as defined in TS 38.331 [82].

RRCConnectionReestablishment

The RRCConnectionReestablishment message is used to re-establish SRB1.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB0

RLC-SAP: TM

Logical channel: CCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

RRCConnectionReestablishment message

— ASN1START

RRCConnectionReestablishment ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE{

rrcConnectionReestablishment-r8 RRCConnectionReestablishment-r8-IEs,

spare7 NULL,

spare6 NULL, spare5 NULL, spare4 NULL,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

RRCConnectionReestablishment-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

radioResourceConfigDedicated RadioResourceConfigDedicated,

nextHopChainingCount NextHopChainingCount,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReestablishment-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReestablishment-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

RRCConnectionReestablishmentComplete

The RRCConnectionReestablishmentComplete message is used to confirm the successful completion of an RRC connection re-establishment.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

RRCConnectionReestablishmentComplete message

— ASN1START

RRCConnectionReestablishmentComplete ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

rrcConnectionReestablishmentComplete-r8

RRCConnectionReestablishmentComplete-r8-IEs,

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

RRCConnectionReestablishmentComplete-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReestablishmentComplete-v920-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReestablishmentComplete-v920-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

rlf-InfoAvailable-r9 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReestablishmentComplete-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReestablishmentComplete-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReestablishmentComplete-v1020-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReestablishmentComplete-v1020-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

logMeasAvailable-r10 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReestablishmentComplete-v1130-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReestablishmentComplete-v1130-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

connEstFailInfoAvailable-r11 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReestablishmentComplete-v1250-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReestablishmentComplete-v1250-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

logMeasAvailableMBSFN-r12 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReestablishmentComplete-v1530-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReestablishmentComplete-v1530-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

logMeasAvailableBT-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

logMeasAvailableWLAN-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

flightPathInfoAvailable-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

RRCConnectionReestablishmentComplete field descriptions

rlf-InfoAvailable

This field is used to indicate the availability of radio link failure or handover failure related measurements

RRCConnectionReestablishmentReject

The RRCConnectionReestablishmentReject message is used to indicate the rejection of an RRC connection re-establishment request.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB0

RLC-SAP: TM

Logical channel: CCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

RRCConnectionReestablishmentReject message

— ASN1START

RRCConnectionReestablishmentReject ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

rrcConnectionReestablishmentReject-r8

RRCConnectionReestablishmentReject-r8-IEs,

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

RRCConnectionReestablishmentReject-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReestablishmentReject-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReestablishmentReject-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

RRCConnectionReestablishmentRequest

The RRCConnectionReestablishmentRequest message is used to request the reestablishment of an RRC connection.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB0

RLC-SAP: TM

Logical channel: CCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

RRCConnectionReestablishmentRequest message

— ASN1START

RRCConnectionReestablishmentRequest ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

rrcConnectionReestablishmentRequest-r8

RRCConnectionReestablishmentRequest-r8-IEs,

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

RRCConnectionReestablishmentRequest-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

ue-Identity ReestabUE-Identity,

reestablishmentCause ReestablishmentCause,

spare BIT STRING (SIZE (2))

}

ReestabUE-Identity ::= SEQUENCE {

c-RNTI C-RNTI,

physCellId PhysCellId,

shortMAC-I ShortMAC-I

}

ReestablishmentCause ::= ENUMERATED {

reconfigurationFailure, handoverFailure,

otherFailure, spare1

}

— ASN1STOP

RRCConnectionReestablishmentRequest field descriptions

physCellId

The Physical Cell Identity of the PCell the UE was connected to prior to the failure.

reestablishmentCause

Indicates the failure cause that triggered the re-establishment procedure. eNB is not expected to reject a RRCConnectionReestablishmentRequest due to unknown cause value being used by the UE.

ue-Identity

UE identity included to retrieve UE context and to facilitate contention resolution by lower layers.

RRCConnectionReject

The RRCConnectionReject message is used to reject the RRC connection establishment or to reject the EDT procedure.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB0

RLC-SAP: TM

Logical channel: CCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

RRCConnectionReject message

— ASN1START

RRCConnectionReject ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

rrcConnectionReject-r8 RRCConnectionReject-r8-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

RRCConnectionReject-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

waitTime INTEGER (1..16),

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReject-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReject-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReject-v1020-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReject-v1020-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

extendedWaitTime-r10 INTEGER (1..1800) OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReject-v1130-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReject-v1130-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

deprioritisationReq-r11 SEQUENCE {

deprioritisationType-r11 ENUMERATED {frequency, e-utra},

deprioritisationTimer-r11 ENUMERATED {min5, min10, min15, min30}

} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionReject-v1320-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionReject-v1320-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-SuspendIndication-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

RRCConnectionReject field descriptions

deprioritisationReq

Indicates whether the current frequency or RAT is to be de-prioritised. The UE shall be able to store a depriotisation request for up to 8 frequencies (applicable when receiving another frequency specific deprioritisation request before T325 expiry).

deprioritisationTimer

Indicates the period for which either the current carrier frequency or E-UTRA is deprioritised. Value minN corresponds to N minutes.

extendedWaitTime

Value in seconds for the wait time for Delay Tolerant access requests.

rrc-SuspendIndication

If present, this field indicates that the UE should remain suspended and not release its stored context.

waitTime

Wait time value in seconds.

RRCConnectionRelease

The RRCConnectionRelease message is used to command the release of an RRC connection, or to complete an UP-EDT procedure.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

RRCConnectionRelease message

— ASN1START

RRCConnectionRelease ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

rrcConnectionRelease-r8 RRCConnectionRelease-r8-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

RRCConnectionRelease-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

releaseCause ReleaseCause,

redirectedCarrierInfo RedirectedCarrierInfo OPTIONAL, — Need ON

idleModeMobilityControlInfo IdleModeMobilityControlInfo OPTIONAL, — Need OP

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionRelease-v890-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionRelease-v890-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING (CONTAINING RRCConnectionRelease-v9e0-IEs) OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionRelease-v920-IEs OPTIONAL

}

— Late non critical extensions

RRCConnectionRelease-v9e0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

redirectedCarrierInfo-v9e0 RedirectedCarrierInfo-v9e0 OPTIONAL, — Cond NoRedirect-r8

idleModeMobilityControlInfo-v9e0 IdleModeMobilityControlInfo-v9e0 OPTIONAL, — Cond IdleInfoEUTRA

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— Regular non critical extensions

RRCConnectionRelease-v920-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

cellInfoList-r9 CHOICE {

geran-r9 CellInfoListGERAN-r9,

utra-FDD-r9 CellInfoListUTRA-FDD-r9,

utra-TDD-r9 CellInfoListUTRA-TDD-r9,

…,

utra-TDD-r10 CellInfoListUTRA-TDD-r10

} OPTIONAL, — Cond Redirection

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionRelease-v1020-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionRelease-v1020-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

extendedWaitTime-r10 INTEGER (1..1800) OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionRelease-v1320-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionRelease-v1320-IEs::= SEQUENCE {

resumeIdentity-r13 ResumeIdentity-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionRelease-v1530-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionRelease-v1530-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

drb-ContinueROHC-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Cond UP-EDT

nextHopChainingCount-r15 NextHopChainingCount OPTIONAL, — Cond UP-EDT

measIdleConfig-r15 MeasIdleConfigDedicated-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

rrc-InactiveConfig-r15 RRC-InactiveConfig-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

cn-Type-r15 ENUMERATED {epc,fivegc} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionRelease-v1540-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionRelease-v1540-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

waitTime INTEGER (1..16) OPTIONAL, — Cond 5GC

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionRelease-v15b0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionRelease-v15b0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

noLastCellUpdate-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need OP

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

ReleaseCause ::= ENUMERATED {loadBalancingTAUrequired,

other, cs-FallbackHighPriority-v1020, rrc-Suspend-v1320}

RedirectedCarrierInfo ::= CHOICE {

eutra ARFCN-ValueEUTRA,

geran CarrierFreqsGERAN,

utra-FDD ARFCN-ValueUTRA,

utra-TDD ARFCN-ValueUTRA,

cdma2000-HRPD CarrierFreqCDMA2000,

cdma2000-1xRTT CarrierFreqCDMA2000,

…,

utra-TDD-r10 CarrierFreqListUTRA-TDD-r10,

nr-r15 CarrierInfoNR-r15

}

RedirectedCarrierInfo-v9e0 ::= SEQUENCE {

eutra-v9e0 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-v9e0

}

RRC-InactiveConfig-r15::= SEQUENCE {

fullI-RNTI-r15 I-RNTI-r15,

shortI-RNTI-r15 ShortI-RNTI-r15,

ran-PagingCycle-r15 ENUMERATED { rf32, rf64, rf128, rf256} OPTIONAL, –Need OR

ran-NotificationAreaInfo-r15 RAN-NotificationAreaInfo-r15 OPTIONAL, –Need ON

periodic-RNAU-timer-r15 ENUMERATED {min5, min10, min20, min30, min60,

min120, min360, min720} OPTIONAL, –Need OR

nextHopChainingCount-r15 NextHopChainingCount OPTIONAL, –Cond INACTIVE

dummy SEQUENCE{} OPTIONAL

}

RAN-NotificationAreaInfo-r15 ::= CHOICE {

cellList-r15 PLMN-RAN-AreaCellList-r15,

ran-AreaConfigList-r15 PLMN-RAN-AreaConfigList-r15

}

PLMN-RAN-AreaCellList-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxPLMN-r15)) OF PLMN-RAN-AreaCell-r15

PLMN-RAN-AreaCell-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

plmn-Identity-r15 PLMN-Identity OPTIONAL,

ran-AreaCells-r15 SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..32)) OF CellIdentity

}

PLMN-RAN-AreaConfigList-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxPLMN-r15)) OF PLMN-RAN-AreaConfig-r15

PLMN-RAN-AreaConfig-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

plmn-Identity-r15 PLMN-Identity OPTIONAL,

ran-Area-r15 SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..16)) OF RAN-AreaConfig-r15

}

RAN-AreaConfig-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

trackingAreaCode-5GC-r15 TrackingAreaCode-5GC-r15,

ran-AreaCodeList-r15 SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..32)) OF RAN-AreaCode-r15 OPTIONAL –Need OR

}

CarrierFreqListUTRA-TDD-r10 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxFreqUTRA-TDD-r10)) OF ARFCN-ValueUTRA

IdleModeMobilityControlInfo ::= SEQUENCE {

freqPriorityListEUTRA FreqPriorityListEUTRA OPTIONAL, — Need ON

freqPriorityListGERAN FreqsPriorityListGERAN OPTIONAL, — Need ON

freqPriorityListUTRA-FDD FreqPriorityListUTRA-FDD OPTIONAL, — Need ON

freqPriorityListUTRA-TDD FreqPriorityListUTRA-TDD OPTIONAL, — Need ON

bandClassPriorityListHRPD BandClassPriorityListHRPD OPTIONAL, — Need ON

bandClassPriorityList1XRTT BandClassPriorityList1XRTT OPTIONAL, — Need ON

t320 ENUMERATED {

min5, min10, min20, min30, min60, min120, min180,

spare1} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

…,

[[ freqPriorityListExtEUTRA-r12 FreqPriorityListExtEUTRA-r12 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ freqPriorityListEUTRA-v1310 FreqPriorityListEUTRA-v1310 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

freqPriorityListExtEUTRA-v1310 FreqPriorityListExtEUTRA-v1310 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ freqPriorityListNR-r15 FreqPriorityListNR-r15 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]]

}

IdleModeMobilityControlInfo-v9e0 ::= SEQUENCE {

freqPriorityListEUTRA-v9e0 SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxFreq)) OF FreqPriorityEUTRA-v9e0

}

FreqPriorityListEUTRA ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxFreq)) OF FreqPriorityEUTRA

FreqPriorityListExtEUTRA-r12 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxFreq)) OF FreqPriorityEUTRA-r12

FreqPriorityListEUTRA-v1310 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxFreq)) OF FreqPriorityEUTRA-v1310

FreqPriorityListExtEUTRA-v1310 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxFreq)) OF FreqPriorityEUTRA-v1310

FreqPriorityEUTRA ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq ARFCN-ValueEUTRA,

cellReselectionPriority CellReselectionPriority

}

FreqPriorityEUTRA-v9e0 ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-v9e0 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-v9e0 OPTIONAL — Cond EARFCN-max

}

FreqPriorityEUTRA-r12 ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-r12 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-r9,

cellReselectionPriority-r12 CellReselectionPriority

}

FreqPriorityEUTRA-v1310 ::= SEQUENCE {

cellReselectionSubPriority-r13 CellReselectionSubPriority-r13 OPTIONAL — Need ON

}

FreqPriorityListNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxFreq)) OF FreqPriorityNR-r15

FreqPriorityNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-r15 ARFCN-ValueNR-r15,

cellReselectionPriority-r15 CellReselectionPriority,

cellReselectionSubPriority-r15 CellReselectionSubPriority-r13 OPTIONAL — Need OR

}

FreqsPriorityListGERAN ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxGNFG)) OF FreqsPriorityGERAN

FreqsPriorityGERAN ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreqs CarrierFreqsGERAN,

cellReselectionPriority CellReselectionPriority

}

FreqPriorityListUTRA-FDD ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxUTRA-FDD-Carrier)) OF FreqPriorityUTRA-FDD

FreqPriorityUTRA-FDD ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq ARFCN-ValueUTRA,

cellReselectionPriority CellReselectionPriority

}

FreqPriorityListUTRA-TDD ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxUTRA-TDD-Carrier)) OF FreqPriorityUTRA-TDD

FreqPriorityUTRA-TDD ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq ARFCN-ValueUTRA,

cellReselectionPriority CellReselectionPriority

}

BandClassPriorityListHRPD ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCDMA-BandClass)) OF BandClassPriorityHRPD

BandClassPriorityHRPD ::= SEQUENCE {

bandClass BandclassCDMA2000,

cellReselectionPriority CellReselectionPriority

}

BandClassPriorityList1XRTT ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCDMA-BandClass)) OF BandClassPriority1XRTT

BandClassPriority1XRTT ::= SEQUENCE {

bandClass BandclassCDMA2000,

cellReselectionPriority CellReselectionPriority

}

CellInfoListGERAN-r9 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellInfoGERAN-r9)) OF CellInfoGERAN-r9

CellInfoGERAN-r9 ::= SEQUENCE {

physCellId-r9 PhysCellIdGERAN,

carrierFreq-r9 CarrierFreqGERAN,

systemInformation-r9 SystemInfoListGERAN

}

CarrierInfoNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-r15 ARFCN-ValueNR-r15,

subcarrierSpacingSSB-r15 ENUMERATED {kHz15, kHz30, kHz120, kHz240},

smtc-r15 MTC-SSB-NR-r15 OPTIONAL — Need OP

}

CellInfoListUTRA-FDD-r9 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellInfoUTRA-r9)) OF CellInfoUTRA-FDD-r9

CellInfoUTRA-FDD-r9 ::= SEQUENCE {

physCellId-r9 PhysCellIdUTRA-FDD,

utra-BCCH-Container-r9 OCTET STRING

}

CellInfoListUTRA-TDD-r9 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellInfoUTRA-r9)) OF CellInfoUTRA-TDD-r9

CellInfoUTRA-TDD-r9 ::= SEQUENCE {

physCellId-r9 PhysCellIdUTRA-TDD,

utra-BCCH-Container-r9 OCTET STRING

}

CellInfoListUTRA-TDD-r10 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellInfoUTRA-r9)) OF CellInfoUTRA-TDD-r10

CellInfoUTRA-TDD-r10 ::= SEQUENCE {

physCellId-r10 PhysCellIdUTRA-TDD,

carrierFreq-r10 ARFCN-ValueUTRA,

utra-BCCH-Container-r10 OCTET STRING

}

— ASN1STOP

RRCConnectionRelease field descriptions

carrierFreq or bandClass

The carrier frequency (UTRA, E-UTRA, and NR) and band class (HRPD and 1xRTT) for which the associated cellReselectionPriority is applied. For NR, the ARFCN-ValueNR corresponds to a GSCN value as specified in TS 38.101 [85].

carrierFreqs

The list of GERAN carrier frequencies organised into one group of GERAN carrier frequencies.

cellInfoList

Used to provide system information of one or more cells on the redirected inter-RAT carrier frequency. The system information can be used if, upon redirection, the UE selects an inter-RAT cell indicated by the physCellId and carrierFreq (GERAN and UTRA TDD) or by the physCellId (other RATs). The choice shall match the redirectedCarrierInfo. In particular, E-UTRAN only applies value utra-TDD-r10 in case redirectedCarrierInfo is set to utra-TDD-r10.

cellList

Indicates a list of cells configured as RAN area. For each element, in the absence of plmn-Identity the UE considers the registered PLMN. Total number of cells across all PLMNs does not exceed 32.

cn-Type

The cn-Type is used to indicate that the UE is redirected from 5GC to EPC or 5GC when redirectedCarrierInfo indicates E-UTRA frequency.

drb-ContinueROHC

This field indicates whether to continue or reset the header compression protocol context for the DRBs configured with the header compression protocol. Presence of the field indicates that the header compression protocol context continues when UE initiates UP-EDT in the same cell, while absence indicates that the header compression protocol context is reset.

dummy

This field is not used in the specification. If received it shall be ignored by the UE.

extendedWaitTime

Value in seconds for the wait time for Delay Tolerant access requests.

freqPriorityListX

Provides a cell reselection priority for each frequency, by means of separate lists for each RAT (including E-UTRA). The UE shall be able to store at least 3 occurrences of FreqsPriorityGERAN. If E-UTRAN includes freqPriorityListEUTRA-v9e0 and/or freqPriorityListEUTRA-v1310 it includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in freqPriorityListEUTRA (i.e. without suffix). Field freqPriorityListExt includes additional neighbouring inter-frequencies, i.e. extending the size of the inter-frequency carrier list using the general principles specified in 5.1.2. EUTRAN only includes freqPriorityListExtEUTRA if freqPriorityListEUTRA (i.e without suffix) includes maxFreq entries. If E-UTRAN includes freqPriorityListExtEUTRA-v1310 it includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in freqPriorityListExtEUTRA-r12.

idleModeMobilityControlInfo

Provides dedicated cell reselection priorities. Used for cell reselection as specified in TS 36.304 [4]. For E-UTRA and UTRA frequencies, a UE that supports multi-band cells for the concerned RAT considers the dedicated priorities to be common for all overlapping bands (i.e. regardless of the ARFCN that is used).

measIdleConfig

Indicates a one-shot measurement configuration to be stored and used by the UE while in RRC_IDLE or RRC_INACTIVE.

noLastCellUpdate

Presence of the field indicates that the last used cell for WUS shall not be updated.

periodic-RNAU-timer

Refers to the timer that triggers the periodic RNAU procedure in UE. Value min5 corresponds to 5 minutes, value min10 corresponds to 10 minutes and so on.

ran-Area

Indicates whether TA code(s) or RAN area code(s) are used for the RAN notification area. The network uses only TA code(s) or RAN area code(s) to configure a UE. Total number of TACs across all PLMNs does not exceed 16. Total number of RAN-AreaCode across all PLMNs does not exceed 32.

ran-NotificationAreaInfo

Network ensures that the UE in RRC_INACTIVE always has a valid ran-NotificationAreaInfo.

ranAreaConfigList

Indicates a list of RAN area codes or RA code(s) as RAN area. For each element, in the absence of plmn-Identity the UE considers the registered PLMN.

ran-pagingCycle

Refers to the UE specific cycle for RAN-initiated paging. Value rf32 corresponds to 32 radio frames, rf64 corresponds to 64 radio frames and so on.

redirectedCarrierInfo

The redirectedCarrierInfo indicates a carrier frequency (downlink for FDD) and is used to redirect the UE to an E‑UTRA or an inter-RAT carrier frequency, by means of the cell selection upon leaving RRC_CONNECTED as specified in TS 36.304 [4]. The value geran can only be included after successful security activation when UE is connected to 5GC.

releaseCause

The releaseCause is used to indicate the reason for releasing the RRC Connection. The cause value cs-FallbackHighPriority is only applicable when redirectedCarrierInfo is present with the value set to utra-FDD, utra-TDD or utra-TDD-r10. E-UTRAN should not set the releaseCause to loadBalancingTAURequired or to cs-FallbackHighPriority if the extendedWaitTime is present. The network should not set the releaseCause to loadBalancingTAURequired if the UE is connected to 5GC.

rrc-InactiveConfig

Indicates configuration for the RRC_INACTIVE state. The network does not configure this field when the UE is redirected to an inter-RAT carrier frequency.

smtc

The SSB periodicity/offset/duration configuration of the redirected target NR frequency. It is based on the timing reference of EUTRAN PCell. If the field is absent, the UE uses the SMTC configured in the measObjectNR having the same SSB frequency and subcarrier spacing

subcarrierSpacingSSB

Indicate subcarrier spacing of SSB of redirected target NR frequency. Only the values 15 or 30 (<6GHz), 120 kHz or 240 kHz (>6GHz) are applicable.

systemInformation

Container for system information of the GERAN cell i.e. one or more System Information (SI) messages as defined in TS 44.018 [45], table 9.1.1.

t320

Timer T320 as described in clause 7.3. Value minN corresponds to N minutes.

utra-BCCH-Container

Contains System Information Container message as defined in TS 25.331 [19].

waitTime

Wait time value in seconds.

Conditional presence

Explanation

5GC

The field is optionally present, Need ON, if the UE is connected to 5GC; otherwise the field is not present.

EARFCN-max

The field is mandatory present if the corresponding carrierFreq (i.e. without suffix) is set to maxEARFCN. Otherwise the field is not present.

IdleInfoEUTRA

The field is optionally present, Need OP, if the IdleModeMobilityControlInfo (i.e. without suffix) is included and includes freqPriorityListEUTRA; otherwise the field is not present.

INACTIVE

The field is mandatory present in this release.

NoRedirect-r8

The field is optionally present, Need OP, if the redirectedCarrierInfo (i.e. without suffix) is not included; otherwise the field is not present.

Redirection

The field is optionally present, Need ON, if the redirectedCarrierInfo is included and set to geran, utra-FDD, utra-TDD or utra-TDD-r10; otherwise the field is not present.

UP-EDT

The field is optionally present, Need ON, if the UE supports UP-EDT and releaseCause is set to rrc-Suspend; otherwise the field is not present.

RRCConnectionRequest

The RRCConnectionRequest message is used to request the establishment of an RRC connection.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB0

RLC-SAP: TM

Logical channel: CCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

RRCConnectionRequest message

— ASN1START

RRCConnectionRequest ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

rrcConnectionRequest-r8 RRCConnectionRequest-r8-IEs,

rrcConnectionRequest-r15 RRCConnectionRequest-5GC-r15-IEs

}

}

RRCConnectionRequest-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

ue-Identity InitialUE-Identity,

establishmentCause EstablishmentCause,

spare BIT STRING (SIZE (1))

}

RRCConnectionRequest-5GC-r15-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

ue-Identity InitialUE-Identity-5GC,

establishmentCause EstablishmentCause-5GC,

spare BIT STRING (SIZE (1))

}

InitialUE-Identity ::= CHOICE {

s-TMSI S-TMSI,

randomValue BIT STRING (SIZE (40))

}

InitialUE-Identity-5GC ::= CHOICE {

ng-5G-S-TMSI-Part1 BIT STRING (SIZE (40)),

randomValue BIT STRING (SIZE (40))

}

EstablishmentCause ::= ENUMERATED {

emergency, highPriorityAccess, mt-Access, mo-Signalling,

mo-Data, delayTolerantAccess-v1020, mo-VoiceCall-v1280, spare1}

EstablishmentCause-5GC ::= ENUMERATED {

emergency, highPriorityAccess, mt-Access, mo-Signalling,

mo-Data, mo-VoiceCall, spare2, spare1}

— ASN1STOP

RRCConnectionRequest field descriptions

establishmentCause

Provides the establishment cause for the RRC connection request as provided by the upper layers. W.r.t. the cause value names: highPriorityAccess concerns AC11..AC15, ‘mt’ stands for ‘Mobile Terminating’ and ‘mo’ for ‘Mobile Originating. eNB is not expected to reject a RRCConnectionRequest due to unknown cause value being used by the UE. The cause value of delayTolerantAccess is not used for E-UTRA/5GC in this release.

randomValue

Integer value in the range 0 to 240 1.

ng-5G-S-TMSI-Part1

The rightmost 40 bits of 5G-S-TMSI.

ue-Identity

UE identity included to facilitate contention resolution by lower layers.

RRCConnectionResume

The RRCConnectionResume message is used to resume the suspended RRC connection.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

RRCConnectionResume message

— ASN1START

RRCConnectionResume-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

rrcConnectionResume-r13 RRCConnectionResume-r13-IEs,

spare3 NULL,

spare2 NULL,

spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

RRCConnectionResume-r13-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

radioResourceConfigDedicated-r13 RadioResourceConfigDedicated OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nextHopChainingCount-r13 NextHopChainingCount,

measConfig-r13 MeasConfig OPTIONAL, — Need ON

antennaInfoDedicatedPCell-r13 AntennaInfoDedicated-v10i0 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

drb-ContinueROHC-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need OP

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

rrcConnectionResume-v1430-IEs RRCConnectionResume-v1430-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionResume-v1430-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

otherConfig-r14 OtherConfig-r9 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

rrcConnectionResume-v1510-IEs RRCConnectionResume-v1510-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionResume-v1510-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

sk-Counter-r15 INTEGER (0..65535) OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nr-RadioBearerConfig1-r15 OCTET STRING OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nr-RadioBearerConfig2-r15 OCTET STRING OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionResume-v1530-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionResume-v1530-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

fullConfig-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

RRCConnectionResume field descriptions

drb-ContinueROHC

This field indicates whether to continue or reset the header compression protocol context for the DRBs configured with EUTRA PDCP and the header compression protocol. Presence of the field indicates that the header compression protocol context continues while absence indicates that the header compression protocol context is reset.

fullConfig

Indicates that the full configuration option is applicable for the RRCConnectionResume message.

nr-RadioBearerConfig1, nr-RadioBearerConfig2

Includes the NR RadioBearerConfig IE as specified in TS 38.331 [82]. The field includes the configuration of RBs configured with NR PDCP.

sk-Counter

A one-shot counter used upon initial configuration of S-KgNB as well as upon refresh of S-KgNB. E-UTRAN provides this field when the UE is configured with an (SN-terminated) RB using S-KgNB.

RRCConnectionResumeComplete

The RRCConnectionResumeComplete message is used to confirm the successful completion of an RRC connection resumption.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

RRCConnectionResumeComplete message

— ASN1START

RRCConnectionResumeComplete-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

rrcConnectionResumeComplete-r13 RRCConnectionResumeComplete-r13-IEs,

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

RRCConnectionResumeComplete-r13-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

selectedPLMN-Identity-r13 INTEGER (1..maxPLMN-r11) OPTIONAL,

dedicatedInfoNAS-r13 DedicatedInfoNAS OPTIONAL,

rlf-InfoAvailable-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

logMeasAvailable-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

connEstFailInfoAvailable-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

mobilityState-r13 ENUMERATED {normal, medium, high, spare} OPTIONAL,

mobilityHistoryAvail-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

logMeasAvailableMBSFN-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionResumeComplete-v1530-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionResumeComplete-v1530-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

logMeasAvailableBT-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

logMeasAvailableWLAN-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

idleMeasAvailable-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

flightPathInfoAvailable-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

RRCConnectionResumeComplete field descriptions

idleMeasAvailable

Indication that the UE has idle mode measurement report available.

selectedPLMN-Identity

Index of the PLMN selected by the UE from the plmn-IdentityList fields included in SIB1. 1 if the 1st PLMN is selected from the 1st plmn-IdentityList included in SIB1, 2 if the 2nd PLMN is selected from the same plmn-IdentityList, or when no more PLMN are present within the same plmn-IdentityList, then the PLMN listed 1st in the subsequent plmn-IdentityList within the same SIB1 and so on. The selectedPLMN-Identity is referred to the PLMN list for 5GC if the UE is in RRC_INACTIVE state.

RRCConnectionResumeRequest

The RRCConnectionResumeRequest message is used to request the resumption of a suspended RRC connection or to perform UP-EDT.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB0

RLC-SAP: TM

Logical channel: CCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

RRCConnectionResumeRequest message

— ASN1START

RRCConnectionResumeRequest-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

rrcConnectionResumeRequest-r13 RRCConnectionResumeRequest-r13-IEs,

rrcConnectionResumeRequest-r15 RRCConnectionResumeRequest-5GC-r15-IEs

}

}

RRCConnectionResumeRequest-r13-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

resumeIdentity-r13 CHOICE {

resumeID-r13 ResumeIdentity-r13,

truncatedResumeID-r13 BIT STRING (SIZE (24))

},

shortResumeMAC-I-r13 BIT STRING (SIZE (16)),

resumeCause-r13 ResumeCause,

spare BIT STRING (SIZE (1))

}

RRCConnectionResumeRequest-5GC-r15-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

resumeIdentity-r15 CHOICE {

fullI-RNTI-r15 I-RNTI-r15,

shortI-RNTI-r15 ShortI-RNTI-r15

},

shortResumeMAC-I-r15 BIT STRING (SIZE (16)),

resumeCause-r15 ResumeCause-r15,

spare BIT STRING (SIZE (1))

}

ResumeCause ::= ENUMERATED {

emergency, highPriorityAccess, mt-Access, mo-Signalling,

mo-Data, delayTolerantAccess-v1020, mo-VoiceCall-v1280, spare1

}

ResumeCause-r15 ::= ENUMERATED {

emergency, highPriorityAccess, mt-Access, mo-Signalling,

mo-Data, rna-Update, mo-VoiceCall, spare1

}

— ASN1STOP

RRCConnectionResumeRequest field descriptions

resumeCause

Provides the resume cause for the RRC connection resume request as provided by the upper layers. The network is not expected to reject a RRCConnectionResumeRequest due to unknown cause value being used by the UE.

resumeIdentity

UE identity to facilitate UE context retrieval at eNB

shortResumeMAC-I

Authentication token to facilitate UE authentication at eNB

RRCConnectionSetup

The RRCConnectionSetup message is used to establish SRB1.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB0

RLC-SAP: TM

Logical channel: CCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

RRCConnectionSetup message

— ASN1START

RRCConnectionSetup ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

rrcConnectionSetup-r8 RRCConnectionSetup-r8-IEs,

spare7 NULL,

spare6 NULL, spare5 NULL, spare4 NULL,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

RRCConnectionSetup-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

radioResourceConfigDedicated RadioResourceConfigDedicated,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionSetup-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionSetup-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

RRCConnectionSetupComplete

The RRCConnectionSetupComplete message is used to confirm the successful completion of an RRC connection establishment.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

RRCConnectionSetupComplete message

— ASN1START

RRCConnectionSetupComplete ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE{

rrcConnectionSetupComplete-r8 RRCConnectionSetupComplete-r8-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

RRCConnectionSetupComplete-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

selectedPLMN-Identity INTEGER (1..maxPLMN-r11),

registeredMME RegisteredMME OPTIONAL,

dedicatedInfoNAS DedicatedInfoNAS,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionSetupComplete-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionSetupComplete-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionSetupComplete-v1020-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionSetupComplete-v1020-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

gummei-Type-r10 ENUMERATED {native, mapped} OPTIONAL,

rlf-InfoAvailable-r10 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

logMeasAvailable-r10 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

rn-SubframeConfigReq-r10 ENUMERATED {required, notRequired} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionSetupComplete-v1130-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionSetupComplete-v1130-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

connEstFailInfoAvailable-r11 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionSetupComplete-v1250-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionSetupComplete-v1250-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

mobilityState-r12 ENUMERATED {normal, medium, high, spare} OPTIONAL,

mobilityHistoryAvail-r12 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

logMeasAvailableMBSFN-r12 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionSetupComplete-v1320-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionSetupComplete-v1320-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

ce-ModeB-r13 ENUMERATED {supported} OPTIONAL,

s-TMSI-r13 S-TMSI OPTIONAL,

attachWithoutPDN-Connectivity-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

up-CIoT-EPS-Optimisation-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

cp-CIoT-EPS-Optimisation-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionSetupComplete-v1330-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionSetupComplete-v1330-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

ue-CE-NeedULGaps-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionSetupComplete-v1430-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionSetupComplete-v1430-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

dcn-ID-r14 INTEGER (0..65535) OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionSetupComplete-v1530-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionSetupComplete-v1530-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

logMeasAvailableBT-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

logMeasAvailableWLAN-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

idleMeasAvailable-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

flightPathInfoAvailable-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

connectTo5GC-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

registeredAMF-r15 RegisteredAMF-r15 OPTIONAL,

s-NSSAI-list-r15 SEQUENCE(SIZE (1..maxNrofS-NSSAI-r15)) OF S-NSSAI-r15 OPTIONAL,

ng-5G-S-TMSI-Bits-r15 CHOICE {

ng-5G-S-TMSI-r15 NG-5G-S-TMSI-r15,

ng-5G-S-TMSI-Part2-r15 BIT STRING (SIZE (8))

} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension RRCConnectionSetupComplete-v1540-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCConnectionSetupComplete-v1540-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

gummei-Type-v1540 ENUMERATED {mappedFrom5G-v1540} OPTIONAL,

guami-Type-r15 ENUMERATED {native, mapped} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

RegisteredMME ::= SEQUENCE {

plmn-Identity PLMN-Identity OPTIONAL,

mmegi BIT STRING (SIZE (16)),

mmec MMEC

}

RegisteredAMF-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

plmn-Identity-r15 PLMN-Identity OPTIONAL,

amf-Identifier-r15 AMF-Identifier-r15

}

— ASN1STOP

RRCConnectionSetupComplete field descriptions

attachWithoutPDN-Connectivity

This field is used to indicate that the UE performs an Attach without PDN connectivity procedure, as indicated by the upper layers and specified in TS 24.301 [35].

cp-CIoT-EPS-Optimisation

This field is included when the UE supports the Control plane CIoT EPS Optimisation, as indicated by the upper layers, see TS 24.301 [35].

ce-ModeB

Indicates whether the UE supports operation in CE mode B, as specified in TS 36.306 [5].

connectTo5GC

This field is not used in the specification. It shall not be sent by the UE.

dcn-ID

The Dedicated Core Network Identity, see TS 23.401 [41].

guami-Type

This field is used to indicate whether the GUAMI included is native (derived from native 5G-GUTI) or mapped (from EPS, derived from EPS GUTI) as specified in TS 24.501 [95].

gummei-Type

This field is used to indicate whether the GUMMEI included is native (assigned by EPC) or mapped. The value native indicates the GUMMEI is native, mapped indicates the GUMMEI is mapped from 2G/3G identifiers, and mappedFrom5G indicates the GUMMEI is mapped from 5G identifiers. A UE that sets gummei-Type-v1540 to mappedFrom5G shall also include gummei-Type-r10 and set it to native.

idleMeasAvailable

Indication that the UE has idle mode measurement report available.

mmegi

Provides the Group Identity of the registered MME within the PLMN, as provided by upper layers, see TS 23.003 [27].

mobilityState

This field indicates the UE mobility state (as defined in TS 36.304 [4], clause 5.2.4.3) just prior to UE going into RRC_CONNECTED state. The UE indicates the value of medium and high when being in Medium-mobility and High-mobility states respectively. Otherwise the UE indicates the value normal.

ng-5G-S-TMSI-Part2
The leftmost 8 bits of 5G-S-TMSI.

registeredAMF

This field is used to transfer the GUAMI of the AMF where the UE is registered, as provided by upper layers, see TS 23.003 [27].

registeredMME

This field is used to transfer the GUMMEI of the MME where the UE is registered, as provided by upper layers.

rn-SubframeConfigReq

If present, this field indicates that the connection establishment is for an RN and whether a subframe configuration is requested or not.

selectedPLMN-Identity

Index of the PLMN selected by the UE from the plmn-IdentityList fields included in SIB1. 1 if the 1st PLMN is selected from the 1st plmn-IdentityList included in SIB1, 2 if the 2nd PLMN is selected from the same plmn-IdentityList, or when no more PLMN are present within the same plmn-IdentityList, then the PLMN listed 1st in the subsequent plmn-IdentityList within the same SIB1 and so on.

s-NSSAI-List

This field is a list of S-NSSAI as indicated by the upper layers. The UE can report up to eight S-NSSAI per NSSAI, see TS 23.003 [27].

ue-CE-NeedULGaps

Indicates whether the UE needs uplink gaps during continuous uplink transmission in FDD as specified in TS 36.211 [21] and TS 36.306 [5].

up-CIoT-EPS-Optimisation

This field is included when the UE supports the User plane CIoT EPS Optimisation, as indicated by the upper layers, see TS 24.301 [35].

RRCEarlyDataComplete

The RRCEarlyDataComplete message is used to confirm the successful completion of the CP-EDT procedure.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB0

RLC-SAP: TM

Logical channel: CCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

RRCEarlyDataComplete message

— ASN1START

RRCEarlyDataComplete-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

rrcEarlyDataComplete-r15 RRCEarlyDataComplete-r15-IEs,

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

RRCEarlyDataComplete-r15-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

dedicatedInfoNAS-r15 DedicatedInfoNAS OPTIONAL, — Need ON

extendedWaitTime-r15 INTEGER (1..1800) OPTIONAL, — Need ON

idleModeMobilityControlInfo-r15 IdleModeMobilityControlInfo OPTIONAL, — Need OP

idleModeMobilityControlInfoExt-r15 IdleModeMobilityControlInfo-v9e0 OPTIONAL, — Cond IdleInfoEUTRA

redirectedCarrierInfo-r15 RedirectedCarrierInfo-r15-IEs OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension RRCEarlyDataComplete-v1590-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCEarlyDataComplete-v1590-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

RedirectedCarrierInfo-r15-IEs ::= CHOICE {

eutra-r15 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-r9,

geran-r15 CarrierFreqsGERAN,

utra-FDD-r15 ARFCN-ValueUTRA,

cdma2000-HRPD-r15 CarrierFreqCDMA2000,

cdma2000-1xRTT-r15 CarrierFreqCDMA2000,

utra-TDD-r15 CarrierFreqListUTRA-TDD-r10

}

— ASN1STOP

RRCEarlyDataComplete field descriptions

extendedWaitTime

Value in seconds for the wait time for Delay Tolerant access requests.

Conditional presence

Explanation

IdleInfoEUTRA

The field is optionally present, Need OP, if the IdleModeMobilityControlInfo-r15 is included and includes freqPriorityListEUTRA; otherwise the field is not present.

RRCEarlyDataRequest

The RRCEarlyDataRequest message is used to initiate CP-EDT.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB0

RLC-SAP: TM

Logical channel: CCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

RRCEarlyDataRequest message

— ASN1START

RRCEarlyDataRequest-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

rrcEarlyDataRequest-r15 RRCEarlyDataRequest-r15-IEs,

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

RRCEarlyDataRequest-r15-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

s-TMSI-r15 S-TMSI,

establishmentCause-r15 ENUMERATED {mo-Data, delayTolerantAccess},

dedicatedInfoNAS-r15 DedicatedInfoNAS,

nonCriticalExtension RRCEarlyDataRequest-v1590-IEs OPTIONAL

}

RRCEarlyDataRequest-v1590-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

RRCEarlyDataRequest field descriptions

establishmentCause

Provides the establishment cause for the RRC Early Data Request as provided by the upper layers. W.r.t. the cause value names: ‘mo’ stands for ‘Mobile Originating’. eNB is not expected to reject a RRCEarlyDataRequest due to unknown cause value being used by the UE.

SCGFailureInformation

The SCGFailureInformation message is used to provide information regarding E-UTRA SCG failures detected by the UE.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

SCGFailureInformation message

— ASN1START

SCGFailureInformation-r12 ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

scgFailureInformation-r12 SCGFailureInformation-r12-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

SCGFailureInformation-r12-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

failureReportSCG-r12 FailureReportSCG-r12 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SCGFailureInformation-v12d0a-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SCGFailureInformation-v12d0a-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING (CONTAINING SCGFailureInformation-v12d0b-IEs) OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— Late non-critical extensions:

SCGFailureInformation-v12d0b-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

failureReportSCG-v12d0 FailureReportSCG-v12d0 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— Regular non-critical extensions:

FailureReportSCG-r12 ::= SEQUENCE {

failureType-r12 ENUMERATED {t313-Expiry, randomAccessProblem,

rlc-MaxNumRetx, scg-ChangeFailure },

measResultServFreqList-r12 MeasResultServFreqList-r10 OPTIONAL,

measResultNeighCells-r12 MeasResultList2EUTRA-r9 OPTIONAL,

…,

[[ failureType-v1290 ENUMERATED {maxUL-TimingDiff-v1290} OPTIONAL

]],

[[ measResultServFreqListExt-r13 MeasResultServFreqListExt-r13 OPTIONAL

]]

}

FailureReportSCG-v12d0 ::= SEQUENCE {

measResultNeighCells-v12d0 MeasResultList2EUTRA-v9e0 OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

SCGFailureInformationNR

The SCGFailureInformationNR message is used to provide information regarding NR SCG failures detected by the UE.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

SCGFailureInformationNR message

— ASN1START

SCGFailureInformationNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

scgFailureInformationNR-r15 SCGFailureInformationNR-r15-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

SCGFailureInformationNR-r15-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

failureReportSCG-NR-r15 FailureReportSCG-NR-r15 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SCGFailureInformationNR-v1590-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SCGFailureInformationNR-v1590-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

FailureReportSCG-NR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

failureType-r15 ENUMERATED {

t310-Expiry, randomAccessProblem,

rlc-MaxNumRetx,

synchReconfigFailureSCG, scg-reconfigFailure,

srb3-IntegrityFailure},

measResultFreqListNR-r15 MeasResultFreqListFailNR-r15 OPTIONAL,

measResultSCG-r15 OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

}

MeasResultFreqListFailNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxFreqNR-r15)) OF MeasResultFreqFailNR-r15

MeasResultFreqFailNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-r15 ARFCN-ValueNR-r15,

measResultCellList-r15 MeasResultCellListNR-r15 OPTIONAL,

}

— ASN1STOP

SCGFailureInformationNR field descriptions

measResultFreqListNR

The field contains available results of measurements on NR frequencies the UE is configured to measure by measConfig.

measResultSCG

Includes the NR MeasResultSCG-Failure IE as specified in TS 38.331 [82]. The field contains available results of measurements on NR frequencies the UE is configured to measure by the NR RRCConfiguration message.

SCPTMConfiguration

The SCPTMConfiguration message contains the control information applicable for MBMS services transmitted via SC-MRB.

Signalling radio bearer: N/A

RLC-SAP: UM

Logical channel: SC-MCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

SCPTMConfiguration message

— ASN1START

SCPTMConfiguration-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

sc-mtch-InfoList-r13 SC-MTCH-InfoList-r13,

scptm-NeighbourCellList-r13 SCPTM-NeighbourCellList-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need OP

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SCPTMConfiguration-v1340 OPTIONAL

}

SCPTMConfiguration-v1340 ::= SEQUENCE {

p-b-r13 INTEGER (0..3) OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

SCPTMConfiguration field descriptions

sc-mtch-InfoList

Provides the configuration of each SC-MTCH in the current cell.

scptm-NeighbourCellList

List of neighbour cells providing MBMS services via SC-MRB. When absent, the UE shall assume that MBMS services listed in the SCPTMConfiguration message are not provided via SC-MRB in any neighbour cell.

p-b

Parameter: for the PDSCH scrambled by G-RNTI, see TS 36.213 [23], Table 5.2-1.

SCPTMConfiguration-BR

The SCPTMConfiguration-BR message contains the control information applicable for MBMS services transmitted via SC-MRB for BL UEs or UEs in CE.

Signalling radio bearer: N/A

RLC-SAP: UM

Logical channel: SC-MCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

SCPTMConfiguration-BR message

— ASN1START

SCPTMConfiguration-BR-r14 ::= SEQUENCE {

sc-mtch-InfoList-r14 SC-MTCH-InfoList-BR-r14,

scptm-NeighbourCellList-r14 SCPTM-NeighbourCellList-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need OP

p-b-r14 INTEGER (0..3) OPTIONAL, — Need OR

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

SCPTMConfiguration-BR field descriptions

p-b

Parameter: for the PDSCH scrambled by G-RNTI, see TS 36.213 [23], Table 5.2-1.

sc-mtch-InfoList

Provides the configuration of each SC-MTCH in the current cell for BL UEs or UEs in CE.

scptm-NeighbourCellList

List of neighbour cells providing MBMS services via SC-MRB. When absent, the BL UE or UE in CE shall assume that MBMS services listed in the SCPTMConfiguration-BR message are not provided via SC-MRB in any neighbour cell.

SecurityModeCommand

The SecurityModeCommand message is used to command the activation of AS security.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

SecurityModeCommand message

— ASN1START

SecurityModeCommand ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE{

securityModeCommand-r8 SecurityModeCommand-r8-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

SecurityModeCommand-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

securityConfigSMC SecurityConfigSMC,

nonCriticalExtension SecurityModeCommand-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SecurityModeCommand-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

SecurityConfigSMC ::= SEQUENCE {

securityAlgorithmConfig SecurityAlgorithmConfig,

}

— ASN1STOP

SecurityModeComplete

The SecurityModeComplete message is used to confirm the successful completion of a security mode command.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

SecurityModeComplete message

— ASN1START

SecurityModeComplete ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

securityModeComplete-r8 SecurityModeComplete-r8-IEs,

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

SecurityModeComplete-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

nonCriticalExtension SecurityModeComplete-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SecurityModeComplete-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

SecurityModeFailure

The SecurityModeFailure message is used to indicate an unsuccessful completion of a security mode command.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

SecurityModeFailure message

— ASN1START

SecurityModeFailure ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

securityModeFailure-r8 SecurityModeFailure-r8-IEs,

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

SecurityModeFailure-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

nonCriticalExtension SecurityModeFailure-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SecurityModeFailure-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

SidelinkUEInformation

The SidelinkUEInformation message is used for the indication of sidelink information to the eNB.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

SidelinkUEInformation message

— ASN1START

SidelinkUEInformation-r12 ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

sidelinkUEInformation-r12 SidelinkUEInformation-r12-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

SidelinkUEInformation-r12-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

commRxInterestedFreq-r12 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-r9 OPTIONAL,

commTxResourceReq-r12 SL-CommTxResourceReq-r12 OPTIONAL,

discRxInterest-r12 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

discTxResourceReq-r12 INTEGER (1..63) OPTIONAL,

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SidelinkUEInformation-v1310-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SidelinkUEInformation-v1310-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

commTxResourceReqUC-r13 SL-CommTxResourceReq-r12 OPTIONAL,

commTxResourceInfoReqRelay-r13 SEQUENCE {

commTxResourceReqRelay-r13 SL-CommTxResourceReq-r12 OPTIONAL,

commTxResourceReqRelayUC-r13 SL-CommTxResourceReq-r12 OPTIONAL,

ue-Type-r13 ENUMERATED {relayUE, remoteUE}

} OPTIONAL,

discTxResourceReq-v1310 SEQUENCE {

carrierFreqDiscTx-r13 INTEGER (1..maxFreq) OPTIONAL,

discTxResourceReqAddFreq-r13 SL-DiscTxResourceReqPerFreqList-r13 OPTIONAL

} OPTIONAL,

discTxResourceReqPS-r13 SL-DiscTxResourceReq-r13 OPTIONAL,

discRxGapReq-r13 SL-GapRequest-r13 OPTIONAL,

discTxGapReq-r13 SL-GapRequest-r13 OPTIONAL,

discSysInfoReportFreqList-r13 SL-DiscSysInfoReportFreqList-r13 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SidelinkUEInformation-v1430-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SidelinkUEInformation-v1430-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

v2x-CommRxInterestedFreqList-r14 SL-V2X-CommFreqList-r14 OPTIONAL,

p2x-CommTxType-r14 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

v2x-CommTxResourceReq-r14 SL-V2X-CommTxFreqList-r14 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SidelinkUEInformation-v1530-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SidelinkUEInformation-v1530-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

reliabilityInfoListSL-r15 SL-ReliabilityList-r15 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

SL-CommTxResourceReq-r12 ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-r12 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-r9 OPTIONAL,

destinationInfoList-r12 SL-DestinationInfoList-r12

}

SL-DiscTxResourceReqPerFreqList-r13 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxFreq)) OF SL-DiscTxResourceReq-r13

SL-DiscTxResourceReq-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreqDiscTx-r13 INTEGER (1..maxFreq) OPTIONAL,

discTxResourceReq-r13 INTEGER (1..63)

}

SL-DestinationInfoList-r12 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSL-Dest-r12)) OF SL-DestinationIdentity-r12

SL-DestinationIdentity-r12 ::= BIT STRING (SIZE (24))

SL-DiscSysInfoReportFreqList-r13 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSL-DiscSysInfoReportFreq-r13)) OF SL-DiscSysInfoReport-r13

SL-V2X-CommFreqList-r14 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxFreqV2X-r14)) OF INTEGER (0..maxFreqV2X-1-r14)

SL-V2X-CommTxFreqList-r14 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxFreqV2X-r14)) OF SL-V2X-CommTxResourceReq-r14

SL-V2X-CommTxResourceReq-r14 ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreqCommTx-r14 INTEGER (0..maxFreqV2X-1-r14) OPTIONAL,

v2x-TypeTxSync-r14 SL-TypeTxSync-r14 OPTIONAL,

v2x-DestinationInfoList-r14 SL-DestinationInfoList-r12 OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

SidelinkUEInformation field descriptions

carrierFreqCommTx

Indicates the index of the frequency on which the UE is interested to transmit V2X sidelink communication. The value 1 corresponds to the frequency of first entry in v2x-InterFreqInfoList broadcast in SIB21, the value 2 corresponds to the frequency of second entry in v2x-InterFreqInfoList broadcast in SIB21 and so on. If SIB26 is broadcast and the number of entries included in v2x-InterFreqInfoList of SIB21 is N, the value N+1 corresponds to the frequency of the first entry which is included in v2x-InterFreqInfoList broadcast in SIB26 and has a frequency not included in SIB21, the value N+2 corresponds to the frequency of the second entry which is included in v2x-InterFreqInfoList broadcast in SIB26 and has a frequency not included in SIB21, and so on. The value 0 corresponds the PCell’s frequency.

carrierFreqDiscTx

Indicates the frequency by the index of the entry in field discInterFreqList within SystemInformationBlockType19. Value 1 corresponds to the first entry in discInterFreqList within SystemInformationBlockType19, value 2 corresponds to the second entry in this list and so on.

commRxInterestedFreq

Indicates the frequency on which the UE is interested to receive sidelink communication.

commTxResourceReq

Indicates the frequency on which the UE is interested to transmit non-relay related sidelink communication as well as the one-to-many sidelink communication transmission destination(s) for which the UE requests E-UTRAN to assign dedicated resources. NOTE 1.

commTxResourceReqRelay

Indicates the relay related one-to-many sidelink communication transmission destination(s) for which the sidelink relay UE requests E-UTRAN to assign dedicated resources.

commTxResourceReqRelayUC

Indicates the relay related one-to-one sidelink communication transmission destination(s) for which the sidelink relay UE or sidelink remote UE requests E-UTRAN to assign dedicated resources i.e. either contains the unicast destination identity of the sidelink relay UE or of the sidelink remote UE.

commTxResourceReqUC

Indicates the frequency on which the UE is interested to transmit non-relay related one-to-one sidelink communication as well as the sidelink communication transmission destination(s) for which the UE requests E-UTRAN to assign dedicated resources. NOTE 1.

destinationInfoList

Indicates the destination(s) for relay or non-relay related one-to-one or one-to-many sidelink communication. For one-to-one sidelink communication the destination is identified by the ProSe UE ID for unicast communication, while for one-to-many the destination it is identified by the ProSe Layer-2 Group ID as specified in TS 23.303 [68].

discRxInterest

Indicates that the UE is interested to monitor sidelink discovery announcements.

discSysInfoReportFreqList

Indicates, for one or more frequencies, a list of sidelink discovery related parameters acquired from system Information of cells on configured inter-frequency carriers.

discTxResourceReq

Indicates the number of separate discovery message(s) the UE wants to transmit every discovery period. This field concerns the resources the UE requires every discovery period for transmitting sidelink discovery announcement(s).

discTxResourceReqAddFreq

Indicates, for any frequencies in addition to the one covered by discTxResourceReq, the number of separate discovery message(s) the UE wants to transmit every discovery period. This field concerns the resources the UE requires every discovery period for transmitting sidelink discovery announcement(s).

discTxResourceReqPS

Indicates the number of separate PS related discovery message(s) the UE wants to transmit every discovery period. This field concerns the resources the UE requires every discovery period for transmitting PS related sidelink discovery announcement(s).

p2x-CommTxType

Indicates that the requested transmission resource pool is for P2X related V2X sidelink communication.

reliabilityInfoListSL

Indicates the reliability(ies) (i.e., PPPRs as specified in TS 36.300 [9]), associated with the reported traffic to be transmitted for V2X sidelink communication.

v2x-CommRxInterestedFreqList

Indicates the index(es) of the frequency(ies) on which the UE is interested to receive V2X sidelink communication. The value 1 corresponds to the frequency of first entry in v2x-InterFreqInfoList broadcast in SIB21, the value 2 corresponds to the frequency of second entry in v2x-InterFreqInfoList broadcast in SIB21 and so on. If SIB26 is broadcast and the number of entries included in v2x-InterFreqInfoList of SIB21 is N, the value N+1 corresponds to the frequency of the first entry which is included in v2x-InterFreqInfoList broadcast in SIB26 and has a frequency not included in SIB21, the value N+2 corresponds to the frequency of the second entry which is included in v2x-InterFreqInfoList broadcast in SIB26 and has a frequency not included in SIB21, and so on. The value 0 corresponds the PCell’s frequency.

v2x-DestinationInfoList

Indicates the destination(s) for V2X sidelink communication.

v2x-TypeTxSync

Indicates the synchronization reference used by the UE.

NOTE 1: When configuring commTxResourceReq, commTxResourceReqUC, commTxResourceReqRelay and commTxResourceReqRelayUC, E-UTRAN configures at most maxSL-Dest-r12 destinations in total (i.e. as included in the four fields together).

SystemInformation

The SystemInformation message is used to convey one or more System Information Blocks or Positioning System Information Blocks. All the SIBs or posSIBs included are transmitted with the same periodicity. SystemInformation-BR and SystemInformation-MBMS use the same structure as SystemInformation.

Signalling radio bearer: N/A

RLC-SAP: TM

Logical channels: BCCH and BR-BCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

SystemInformation message

— ASN1START

SystemInformation-BR-r13 ::= SystemInformation

SystemInformation-MBMS-r14 ::= SystemInformation

SystemInformation ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

systemInformation-r8 SystemInformation-r8-IEs,

criticalExtensionsFuture-r15 CHOICE {

posSystemInformation-r15 PosSystemInformation-r15-IEs,

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

}

SystemInformation-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

sib-TypeAndInfo SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSIB)) OF CHOICE {

sib2 SystemInformationBlockType2,

sib3 SystemInformationBlockType3,

sib4 SystemInformationBlockType4,

sib5 SystemInformationBlockType5,

sib6 SystemInformationBlockType6,

sib7 SystemInformationBlockType7,

sib8 SystemInformationBlockType8,

sib9 SystemInformationBlockType9,

sib10 SystemInformationBlockType10,

sib11 SystemInformationBlockType11,

…,

sib12-v920 SystemInformationBlockType12-r9,

sib13-v920 SystemInformationBlockType13-r9,

sib14-v1130 SystemInformationBlockType14-r11,

sib15-v1130 SystemInformationBlockType15-r11,

sib16-v1130 SystemInformationBlockType16-r11,

sib17-v1250 SystemInformationBlockType17-r12,

sib18-v1250 SystemInformationBlockType18-r12,

sib19-v1250 SystemInformationBlockType19-r12,

sib20-v1310 SystemInformationBlockType20-r13,

sib21-v1430 SystemInformationBlockType21-r14,

sib24-v1530 SystemInformationBlockType24-r15,

sib25-v1530 SystemInformationBlockType25-r15,

sib26-v1530 SystemInformationBlockType26-r15

},

nonCriticalExtension SystemInformation-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SystemInformation-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

PosSystemInformation-r15-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

posSIB-TypeAndInfo-r15 SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSIB)) OF CHOICE {

posSib1-1-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib1-2-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib1-3-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib1-4-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib1-5-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib1-6-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib1-7-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib2-1-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib2-2-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib2-3-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib2-4-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib2-5-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib2-6-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib2-7-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib2-8-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib2-9-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib2-10-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib2-11-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib2-12-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib2-13-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib2-14-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib2-15-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib2-16-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib2-17-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib2-18-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib2-19-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

posSib3-1-r15 SystemInformationBlockPos-r15,

},

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

SystemInformationBlockType1

SystemInformationBlockType1 contains information relevant when evaluating if a UE is allowed to access a cell and defines the scheduling of other system information. SystemInformationBlockType1-BR uses the same structure as SystemInformationBlockType1.

Signalling radio bearer: N/A

RLC-SAP: TM

Logical channels: BCCH and BR-BCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

SystemInformationBlockType1 message

— ASN1START

SystemInformationBlockType1-BR-r13 ::= SystemInformationBlockType1

SystemInformationBlockType1 ::= SEQUENCE {

cellAccessRelatedInfo SEQUENCE {

plmn-IdentityList PLMN-IdentityList,

trackingAreaCode TrackingAreaCode,

cellIdentity CellIdentity,

cellBarred ENUMERATED {barred, notBarred},

intraFreqReselection ENUMERATED {allowed, notAllowed},

csg-Indication BOOLEAN,

csg-Identity CSG-Identity OPTIONAL — Need OR

},

cellSelectionInfo SEQUENCE {

q-RxLevMin Q-RxLevMin,

q-RxLevMinOffset INTEGER (1..8) OPTIONAL — Need OP

},

p-Max P-Max OPTIONAL, — Need OP

freqBandIndicator FreqBandIndicator,

schedulingInfoList SchedulingInfoList,

tdd-Config TDD-Config OPTIONAL, — Cond TDD

si-WindowLength ENUMERATED {

ms1, ms2, ms5, ms10, ms15, ms20,

ms40},

systemInfoValueTag INTEGER (0..31),

nonCriticalExtension SystemInformationBlockType1-v890-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SystemInformationBlockType1-v890-IEs::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING (CONTAINING SystemInformationBlockType1-v8h0-IEs) OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SystemInformationBlockType1-v920-IEs OPTIONAL

}

— Late non critical extensions

SystemInformationBlockType1-v8h0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

multiBandInfoList MultiBandInfoList OPTIONAL, — Need OR

nonCriticalExtension SystemInformationBlockType1-v9e0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SystemInformationBlockType1-v9e0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

freqBandIndicator-v9e0 FreqBandIndicator-v9e0 OPTIONAL, — Cond FBI-max

multiBandInfoList-v9e0 MultiBandInfoList-v9e0 OPTIONAL, — Cond mFBI-max

nonCriticalExtension SystemInformationBlockType1-v10j0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SystemInformationBlockType1-v10j0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

freqBandInfo-r10 NS-PmaxList-r10 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

multiBandInfoList-v10j0 MultiBandInfoList-v10j0 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

nonCriticalExtension SystemInformationBlockType1-v10l0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SystemInformationBlockType1-v10l0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

freqBandInfo-v10l0 NS-PmaxList-v10l0 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

multiBandInfoList-v10l0 MultiBandInfoList-v10l0 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

nonCriticalExtension SystemInformationBlockType1-v10x0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SystemInformationBlockType1-v10x0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

— This field is only for late non-critical extensions from Rel-10 or Rel-11 onwards

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SystemInformationBlockType1-v12j0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SystemInformationBlockType1-v12j0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

schedulingInfoList-v12j0 SchedulingInfoList-v12j0 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

schedulingInfoListExt-r12 SchedulingInfoListExt-r12 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— Regular non critical extensions

SystemInformationBlockType1-v920-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

ims-EmergencySupport-r9 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

cellSelectionInfo-v920 CellSelectionInfo-v920 OPTIONAL, — Cond RSRQ

nonCriticalExtension SystemInformationBlockType1-v1130-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SystemInformationBlockType1-v1130-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

tdd-Config-v1130 TDD-Config-v1130 OPTIONAL, — Cond TDD-OR

cellSelectionInfo-v1130 CellSelectionInfo-v1130 OPTIONAL, — Cond WB-RSRQ

nonCriticalExtension SystemInformationBlockType1-v1250-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SystemInformationBlockType1-v1250-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

cellAccessRelatedInfo-v1250 SEQUENCE {

category0Allowed-r12 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL — Need OP

},

cellSelectionInfo-v1250 CellSelectionInfo-v1250 OPTIONAL, — Cond RSRQ2

freqBandIndicatorPriority-r12 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Cond mFBI

nonCriticalExtension SystemInformationBlockType1-v1310-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SystemInformationBlockType1-v1310-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

hyperSFN-r13 BIT STRING (SIZE (10)) OPTIONAL, — Need OR

eDRX-Allowed-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

cellSelectionInfoCE-r13 CellSelectionInfoCE-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need OP

bandwidthReducedAccessRelatedInfo-r13 SEQUENCE {

si-WindowLength-BR-r13 ENUMERATED {

ms20, ms40, ms60, ms80, ms120,

ms160, ms200, spare},

si-RepetitionPattern-r13 ENUMERATED {everyRF, every2ndRF, every4thRF,

every8thRF},

schedulingInfoList-BR-r13 SchedulingInfoList-BR-r13 OPTIONAL, — Cond SI-BR

fdd-DownlinkOrTddSubframeBitmapBR-r13 CHOICE {

subframePattern10-r13 BIT STRING (SIZE (10)),

subframePattern40-r13 BIT STRING (SIZE (40))

} OPTIONAL, — Need OP

fdd-UplinkSubframeBitmapBR-r13 BIT STRING (SIZE (10)) OPTIONAL, — Need OP

startSymbolBR-r13 INTEGER (1..4),

si-HoppingConfigCommon-r13 ENUMERATED {on,off},

si-ValidityTime-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need OP

systemInfoValueTagList-r13 SystemInfoValueTagList-r13 OPTIONAL — Need OR

} OPTIONAL, — Cond BW-reduced

nonCriticalExtension SystemInformationBlockType1-v1320-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SystemInformationBlockType1-v1320-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

freqHoppingParametersDL-r13 SEQUENCE {

mpdcch-pdsch-HoppingNB-r13 ENUMERATED {nb2, nb4} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

interval-DLHoppingConfigCommonModeA-r13 CHOICE {

interval-FDD-r13 ENUMERATED {int1, int2, int4, int8},

interval-TDD-r13 ENUMERATED {int1, int5, int10, int20}

} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

interval-DLHoppingConfigCommonModeB-r13 CHOICE {

interval-FDD-r13 ENUMERATED {int2, int4, int8, int16},

interval-TDD-r13 ENUMERATED { int5, int10, int20, int40}

} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

mpdcch-pdsch-HoppingOffset-r13 INTEGER (1..maxAvailNarrowBands-r13) OPTIONAL — Need OR

} OPTIONAL, — Cond Hopping

nonCriticalExtension SystemInformationBlockType1-v1350-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SystemInformationBlockType1-v1350-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

cellSelectionInfoCE1-r13 CellSelectionInfoCE1-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need OP

nonCriticalExtension SystemInformationBlockType1-v1360-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SystemInformationBlockType1-v1360-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

cellSelectionInfoCE1-v1360 CellSelectionInfoCE1-v1360 OPTIONAL, — Cond QrxlevminCE1

nonCriticalExtension SystemInformationBlockType1-v1430-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SystemInformationBlockType1-v1430-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

eCallOverIMS-Support-r14 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

tdd-Config-v1430 TDD-Config-v1430 OPTIONAL, — Cond TDD-OR

cellAccessRelatedInfoList-r14 SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxPLMN-1-r14)) OF

CellAccessRelatedInfo-r14 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

nonCriticalExtension SystemInformationBlockType1-v1450-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SystemInformationBlockType1-v1450-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

tdd-Config-v1450 TDD-Config-v1450 OPTIONAL, — Cond TDD-OR

nonCriticalExtension SystemInformationBlockType1-v1530-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SystemInformationBlockType1-v1530-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

hsdn-Cell-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

cellSelectionInfoCE-v1530 CellSelectionInfoCE-v1530 OPTIONAL, — Need OP

crs-IntfMitigConfig-r15 CHOICE {

crs-IntfMitigEnabled NULL,

crs-IntfMitigNumPRBs ENUMERATED {n6, n24}

} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

cellBarred-CRS-r15 ENUMERATED {barred, notBarred},

plmn-IdentityList-v1530 PLMN-IdentityList-v1530 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

posSchedulingInfoList-r15 PosSchedulingInfoList-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

cellAccessRelatedInfo-5GC-r15 SEQUENCE {

cellBarred-5GC-r15 ENUMERATED {barred, notBarred},

cellBarred-5GC-CRS-r15 ENUMERATED {barred, notBarred},

cellAccessRelatedInfoList-5GC-r15 SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxPLMN-r11)) OF

CellAccessRelatedInfo-5GC-r15

} OPTIONAL, — Need OP

ims-EmergencySupport5GC-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

eCallOverIMS-Support5GC-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

nonCriticalExtension SystemInformationBlockType1-v1540-IEs OPTIONAL

}

SystemInformationBlockType1-v1540-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

si-posOffset-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

PLMN-IdentityList ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxPLMN-r11)) OF PLMN-IdentityInfo

PLMN-IdentityInfo ::= SEQUENCE {

plmn-Identity PLMN-Identity,

cellReservedForOperatorUse ENUMERATED {reserved, notReserved}

}

PLMN-IdentityList-v1530 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxPLMN-r11)) OF PLMN-IdentityInfo-v1530

PLMN-IdentityInfo-v1530 ::= SEQUENCE {

cellReservedForOperatorUse-CRS-r15 ENUMERATED {reserved, notReserved}

}

PLMN-IdentityList-r15::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxPLMN-r11)) OF PLMN-IdentityInfo-r15

PLMN-IdentityInfo-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

plmn-Identity-5GC-r15 CHOICE{

plmn-Identity-r15 PLMN-Identity,

plmn-Index-r15 INTEGER (1..maxPLMN-r11)

},

cellReservedForOperatorUse-r15 ENUMERATED {reserved, notReserved},

cellReservedForOperatorUse-CRS-r15 ENUMERATED {reserved, notReserved}

}

SchedulingInfoList ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSI-Message)) OF SchedulingInfo

SchedulingInfoList-v12j0 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSI-Message)) OF SchedulingInfo-v12j0

SchedulingInfoListExt-r12 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSI-Message)) OF SchedulingInfoExt-r12

SchedulingInfo ::= SEQUENCE {

si-Periodicity SI-Periodicity-r12,

sib-MappingInfo SIB-MappingInfo

}

SchedulingInfo-v12j0 ::= SEQUENCE {

sib-MappingInfo-v12j0 SIB-MappingInfo-v12j0 OPTIONAL — Need OR

}

SchedulingInfoExt-r12 ::= SEQUENCE {

si-Periodicity-r12 SI-Periodicity-r12,

sib-MappingInfo-r12 SIB-MappingInfo-v12j0

}

SchedulingInfoList-BR-r13 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSI-Message)) OF SchedulingInfo-BR-r13

SchedulingInfo-BR-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

si-Narrowband-r13 INTEGER (1..maxAvailNarrowBands-r13),

si-TBS-r13 ENUMERATED {b152, b208, b256, b328, b408, b504, b600, b712, b808, b936}

}

SIB-MappingInfo ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (0..maxSIB-1)) OF SIB-Type

SIB-MappingInfo-v12j0 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSIB-1)) OF SIB-Type-v12j0

SIB-Type ::= ENUMERATED {

sibType3, sibType4, sibType5, sibType6,

sibType7, sibType8, sibType9, sibType10,

sibType11, sibType12-v920, sibType13-v920,

sibType14-v1130, sibType15-v1130,

sibType16-v1130, sibType17-v1250, sibType18-v1250,

…, sibType19-v1250, sibType20-v1310, sibType21-v1430,

sibType24-v1530, sibType25-v1530, sibType26-v1530}

SIB-Type-v12j0 ::= ENUMERATED {

sibType19-v1250, sibType20-v1310, sibType21-v1430,

sibType24-v1530, sibType25-v1530, sibType26-v1530,

spare10, spare9, spare8, spare7, spare6,

spare5, spare4, spare3, spare2, spare1, …}

SI-Periodicity-r12 ::= ENUMERATED {rf8, rf16, rf32, rf64, rf128, rf256, rf512}

SystemInfoValueTagList-r13 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSI-Message)) OF SystemInfoValueTagSI-r13

SystemInfoValueTagSI-r13 ::= INTEGER (0..3)

CellSelectionInfo-v920 ::= SEQUENCE {

q-QualMin-r9 Q-QualMin-r9,

q-QualMinOffset-r9 INTEGER (1..8) OPTIONAL — Need OP

}

CellSelectionInfo-v1130 ::= SEQUENCE {

q-QualMinWB-r11 Q-QualMin-r9

}

CellSelectionInfo-v1250 ::= SEQUENCE {

q-QualMinRSRQ-OnAllSymbols-r12 Q-QualMin-r9

}

CellAccessRelatedInfo-r14 ::= SEQUENCE {

plmn-IdentityList-r14 PLMN-IdentityList,

trackingAreaCode-r14 TrackingAreaCode,

cellIdentity-r14 CellIdentity

}

CellAccessRelatedInfo-5GC-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

plmn-IdentityList-r15 PLMN-IdentityList-r15,

ran-AreaCode-r15 RAN-AreaCode-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

trackingAreaCode-5GC-r15 TrackingAreaCode-5GC-r15,

cellIdentity-5GC-r15 CellIdentity-5GC-r15

}

CellIdentity-5GC-r15 ::= CHOICE{

cellIdentity-r15 CellIdentity,

cellId-Index-r15 INTEGER (1..maxPLMN-r11)

}

PosSchedulingInfoList-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSI-Message)) OF PosSchedulingInfo-r15

PosSchedulingInfo-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

posSI-Periodicity-r15 ENUMERATED {rf8, rf16, rf32, rf64, rf128, rf256, rf512},

posSIB-MappingInfo-r15 PosSIB-MappingInfo-r15

}

PosSIB-MappingInfo-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSIB)) OF PosSIB-Type-r15

PosSIB-Type-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

encrypted-r15 ENUMERATED { true } OPTIONAL, — Need OP

gnss-id-r15 GNSS-ID-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need OP

sbas-id-r15 SBAS-ID-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need OP

posSibType-r15 ENUMERATED { posSibType1-1,

posSibType1-2,

posSibType1-3,

posSibType1-4,

posSibType1-5,

posSibType1-6,

posSibType1-7,

posSibType2-1,

posSibType2-2,

posSibType2-3,

posSibType2-4,

posSibType2-5,

posSibType2-6,

posSibType2-7,

posSibType2-8,

posSibType2-9,

posSibType2-10,

posSibType2-11,

posSibType2-12,

posSibType2-13,

posSibType2-14,

posSibType2-15,

posSibType2-16,

posSibType2-17,

posSibType2-18,

posSibType2-19,

posSibType3-1,

…},

}

— ASN1STOP

SystemInformationBlockType1 field descriptions

bandwithReducedAccessRelatedInfo

Access related information for BL UEs and UEs in CE. NOTE 3.

category0Allowed

The presence of this field indicates category 0 UEs are allowed to access the cell.

cellAccessRelatedInfoList

This field contains a list allowing signalling of access related information per PLMN. One PLMN can be included in only one entry of this list. NOTE 4.

cellAccessRelatedInfoList-5GC

This field contains a PLMN list and a list allowing signalling of access related information per PLMN for PLMNs that provides connectivity to 5GC. One PLMN can be included in only one entry of this list. NOTE4

cellBarred, cellBarred-CRS

barred means the cell is barred, as defined in TS 36.304 [4].

cellBarred-5GC, cellBarred-5GC-CRS

barred means the cell is barred for connectivity to 5GC, as defined in TS 36.304 [4].

cellIdentity

Indicates the cell identity. NOTE 2.

cellId-Index

The index of the cell ID in the PLMN lists for EPC, indicates UE the corresponding cell ID is used for 5GC. Value 1 indicates the cell ID of the 1st PLMN list for EPC in the SIB1. Value 2 indicates the cell ID of the 2nd PLMN list for EPC, and so on.

cellReservedForOperatorUse, cellReservedForOperatorUse-CRS

As defined in TS 36.304 [4].

cellSelectionInfoCE

Cell selection information for BL UEs and UEs in CE. If absent, coverage enhancement S criteria is not applicable. NOTE 3.

cellSelectionInfoCE1

Cell selection information for BL UEs and UEs in CE supporting CE Mode B. E-UTRAN includes this IE only if cellSelectionInfoCE is present in SystemInformationBlockType1-BR. NOTE 3.

crs-IntfMitigConfig

crs-IntfMitigEnabled indicates CRS interference mitigation is enabled for the cell, as specified in TS 36.133 [16], clause 3.6.1.1. For BL UEs supporting ce-CRS-IntfMitig, presence of crs-IntfMitigNumPRBs indicates CRS interference mitigation is enabled in the cell, as specified in TS 36.133 [16], clauses 3.6.1.2 and 3.6.1.3, and the value of crs-IntfMitigNumPRBs indicates number of PRBs, i.e. 6 or 24 PRBs, for CRS transmission in the central cell BW when CRS interference mitigation is enabled. For UEs not supporting this feature, the behaviour is undefined if this field is configured and the field cellBarred in SystemInformationBlockType1 (SystemInformationBlockType1-BR for BL UEs or UEs in CE) is set to notbarred.

csg-Identity

Identity of the Closed Subscriber Group the cell belongs to.

csg-Indication

If set to TRUE the UE is only allowed to access the cell if it is a CSG member cell, if selected during manual CSG selection or to obtain limited service, see TS 36.304 [4].

eCallOverIMS-Support

Indicates whether the cell supports eCall over IMS services via EPC for UEs as defined in TS 23.401 [41]. If absent, eCall over IMS via EPC is not supported by the network in the cell. NOTE 2.

eCallOverIMS-Support5GC

Indicates whether the cell supports eCall over IMS services via 5GC as defined in TS 23.401 [41]. If absent, eCall over IMS via 5GC is not supported by the network in the cell. NOTE 2.

eDRX-Allowed

The presence of this field indicates if idle mode extended DRX is allowed in the cell. The UE shall stop using extended DRX in idle mode if eDRX-Allowed is not present.

encrypted

The presence of this field indicates that the posSibType is encrypted as specified in TS 36.355 [54].

fdd-DownlinkOrTddSubframeBitmapBR

The set of valid subframes for FDD downlink or TDD transmissions, see TS 36.213 [23].

If this field is present, SystemInformationBlockType1-BR-r13 is transmitted in RRCConnectionReconfiguration, and if RRCConnectionReconfiguration does not include systemInformationBlockType2Dedicated, UE may assume the valid subframes in fdd-DownlinkOrTddSubframeBitmapBR are not indicated as MBSFN subframes. If this field is not present, the set of valid subframes is the set of non-MBSFN subframes as indicated by mbsfn-SubframeConfigList. If neither this field nor mbsfn-SubframeConfigList is present, all subframes are considered as valid subframes for FDD downlink transmission, all DL subframes according to the uplink-downlink configuration (see TS 36.211 [21]) are considered as valid subframes for TDD DL transmission, and all UL subframes according to the uplink-downlink configuration (see TS 36.211 [21]) are considered as valid subframes for TDD UL transmission.

The first/leftmost bit corresponds to the subframe #0 of the radio frame satisfying SFN mod x = 0, where x is the size of the bit string divided by 10. Value 0 in the bitmap indicates that the corresponding subframe is invalid for transmission. Value 1 in the bitmap indicates that the corresponding subframe is valid for transmission.

fdd-UplinkSubframeBitmapBR

The set of valid subframes for FDD uplink transmissions for BL UEs, see TS 36.213 [23].

If the field is not present, then UE considers all uplink subframes as valid subframes for FDD uplink transmissions.

The first/leftmost bit corresponds to the subframe #0 of the radio frame satisfying SFN mod x = 0, where x is the size of the bit string divided by 10. Value 0 in the bitmap indicates that the corresponding subframe is invalid for transmission. Value 1 in the bitmap indicates that the corresponding subframe is valid for transmission.

freqBandIndicatorPriority

If the field is present and supported by the UE, the UE shall prioritize the frequency bands in the multiBandInfoList field in decreasing priority order. Only if the UE does not support any of the frequency band in multiBandInfoList, the UE shall use the value in freqBandIndicator field. Otherwise, the UE applies frequency band according to the rules defined in multiBandInfoList. NOTE 2.

freqBandInfo

A list of additionalPmax and additionalSpectrumEmission values, as defined in TS 36.101 [42], table 6.2.4-1, for UEs neither in CE nor BL UEs and TS 36.101 [42], table 6.2.4E-1, for UEs in CE or BL UEs, for the frequency band in freqBandIndicator. If E-UTRAN includes freqBandInfo-v10l0 it includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in freqBandInfo-r10.

freqHoppingParametersDL

Downlink frequency hopping parameters for BR versions of SI messages, MPDCCH/PDSCH of paging, MPDCCH/PDSCH of RAR/Msg4 and unicast MPDCCH/PDSCH. If not present, the UE is not configured downlink frequency hopping.

gnss-ID

The presence of this field indicates that the posSibType is for a specific GNSS.

hsdn-Cell

This field indicates this is a HSDN cell as specified in TS 36.304 [4].

hyperSFN

Indicates hyper SFN which increments by one when the SFN wraps around.

ims-EmergencySupport

Indicates whether the cell supports IMS emergency bearer services via EPC for UEs in limited service mode. If absent, IMS emergency call via EPC is not supported by the network in the cell for UEs in limited service mode. NOTE 2.

ims-EmergencySupport5GC

Indicates whether the cell supports IMS emergency bearer services for UEs in limited service mode via 5GC. If absent, IMS emergency call via 5GC is not supported by the network in the cell for UEs in limited service mode. NOTE 2.

intraFreqReselection

Used to control cell reselection to intra-frequency cells when the highest ranked cell is barred, or treated as barred by the UE, as specified in TS 36.304 [4]. NOTE 2.

multiBandInfoList

A list of additional frequency band indicators, as defined in TS 36.101 [42], table 5.5-1, that the cell belongs to. If the UE supports the frequency band in the freqBandIndicator field it shall apply that frequency band. Otherwise, the UE shall apply the first listed band which it supports in the multiBandInfoList field. If E-UTRAN includes multiBandInfoList-v9e0 it includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in multiBandInfoList (i.e. without suffix). See Annex D for more descriptions. The UE shall ignore the rule defined in this field description if freqBandIndicatorPriority is present and supported by the UE.

multiBandInfoList-v10j0

A list of additionalPmax and additionalSpectrumEmission values, as defined in TS 36.101 [42], table 6.2.4-1, for UEs neither in CE nor BL UEs and TS 36.101 [42], table 6.2.4E-1, for UEs in CE or BL UEs, for the frequency bands in multiBandInfoList (i.e. without suffix) and multiBandInfoList-v9e0. If E-UTRAN includes multiBandInfoList-v10j0, it includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in multiBandInfoList (i.e. without suffix). If E-UTRAN includes multiBandInfoList-v10l0 it includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in multiBandInfoList-v10j0.

plmn-IdentityList

List of PLMN identities. The first listed PLMN-Identity is the primary PLMN. If plmn-IdentityList-v1530 is included, E-UTRAN includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in plmn-IdentityList (without suffix). NOTE 2.

plmn-Index

Index of the PLMN in the plmn-IdentityList fields included in SIB1 for EPC, indicating the same PLMN ID is connected to 5GC. Value 1 indicates the 1st PLMN in the 1st plmn-IdentityList included in SIB1, value 2 indicates the 2nd PLMN in the same plmn-IdentityList, or when no more PLMNs are present within the same plmn-IdentityList, then the PLMN listed 1st in the subsequent plmn-IdentityList within the same SIB1 and so on. NOTE 6.

p-Max

Value applicable for the cell. If absent the UE applies the maximum power according to its capability as specified in TS 36.101 [42], clause 6.2.2. NOTE 2.

posSIB-MappingInfo

List of the posSIBs mapped to this SystemInformation message.

posSibType

The positioning SIB type is defined in TS 36.355 [54].

q-QualMin

Parameter "Qqualmin" in TS 36.304 [4]. If cellSelectionInfo-v920 is not present, the UE applies the (default) value of negative infinity for Qqualmin. NOTE 1.

q-QualMinRSRQ-OnAllSymbols

If this field is present and supported by the UE, the UE shall, when performing RSRQ measurements, perform RSRQ measurement on all OFDM symbols in accordance with TS 36.214 [48]. NOTE 1.

q-QualMinOffset

Parameter "Qqualminoffset" in TS 36.304 [4]. Actual value Qqualminoffset = field value [dB]. If cellSelectionInfo-v920 is not present or the field is not present, the UE applies the (default) value of 0 dB for Qqualminoffset. Affects the minimum required quality level in the cell.

q-QualMinWB

If this field is present and supported by the UE, the UE shall, when performing RSRQ measurements, use a wider bandwidth in accordance with TS 36.133 [16]. NOTE 1.

q-RxLevMinOffset

Parameter Qrxlevminoffset in TS 36.304 [4]. Actual value Qrxlevminoffset = field value * 2 [dB]. If absent, the UE applies the (default) value of 0 dB for Qrxlevminoffset. Affects the minimum required Rx level in the cell.

sbas-ID

The presence of this field indicates that the posSibType is for a specific SBAS.

schedulingInfoList

Indicates scheduling information of SI messages. The schedulingInfoList-v12j0 (if present) provides additional SIBs mapped into the SI message scheduled via schedulingInfoList (without suffix). If E-UTRAN includes schedulingInfoList-v12j0, it includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in schedulingInfoList (without suffix).

schedulingInfoListExt

Indicates scheduling information of additional SI messages. The UE concatenates the entries of schedulingInfoListExt to the entries in schedulingInfoList, according to the general concatenation principles for list extension as defined in 5.1.2. If the schedulingInfoListExt is present, E-UTRAN ensures that the total number of entries of this field plus schedulingInfoList (without suffix) shall not exceed the value of maxSI-Message.

sib-MappingInfo

List of the SIBs mapped to this SystemInformation message. There is no mapping information of SIB2; it is always present in the first SystemInformation message listed in the schedulingInfoList (without suffix) list. If present, sib-MappingInfo-v12j0 indicates one or more additional SIBs mapped to the concerned SI message listed in the schedulingInfoList (without suffix) list. If schedulingInfoList-v12j0 or schedulingInfoListExt-r12 is present, E-UTRAN does not include any value indicating SIB of type 19 or higher in sib-MappingInfo (without suffix). If schedulingInfoList-v12j0 is present, E-UTRAN ensures that the total number of entries of this field plus sib-MappingInfo (without suffix) shall not exceed the value of maxSIB-1.

si-HoppingConfigCommon

Frequency hopping activation/deactivation for BR versions of SI messages and MPDCCH/PDSCH of paging.

si-Narrowband

This field indicates the index of a narrowband used to broadcast the SI message towards BL UEs and UEs in CE, see TS 36.211 [21], clause 6.4.1 and TS 36.213 [23], clause 7.1.6. Field values (1..maxAvailNarrowBands-r13) correspond to narrowband indices (0..[maxAvailNarrowBands-r13-1]) as specified in TS 36.211 [21].

si-RepetitionPattern

Indicates the radio frames within the SI window used for SI message transmission. Value everyRF corresponds to every radio frame, value every2ndRF corresponds to every 2 radio frames, and so on. The first transmission of the SI message is transmitted from the first radio frame of the SI window.

si-Periodicity, posSI-Periodicity

Periodicity of the SI-message in radio frames, such that rf8 denotes 8 radio frames, rf16 denotes 16 radio frames, and so on. If the si-posOffset is configured, the posSI-Periodicity of rf8 cannot be used.

si-posOffset

This field, if present and set to true indicates that the SI messages in PosSchedulingInfoList are scheduled with an offset of 8 radio frames compared to SI messages in SchedulingInfoList. si-posOffset may be present only if the shortest configured SI message periodicity for SI messages in SchedulingInfoList is 80ms.

si-TBS

This field indicates the transport block size information used to broadcast the SI message towards BL UEs and UEs in CE, see TS 36.213 [23], Table 7.1.7.2.1-1, for a 6 PRB bandwidth and a QPSK modulation.

schedulingInfoList-BR

Indicates additional scheduling information of SI messages for BL UEs and UEs in CE. It includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in schedulingInfoList (without suffix).

si-ValidityTime

Indicates system information validity timer. If set to TRUE, the timer is set to 3h, otherwise the timer is set to 24h.

si-WindowLength, si-WindowLength-BR

Common SI scheduling window for all SIs. Unit in milliseconds, where ms1 denotes 1 millisecond, ms2 denotes 2 milliseconds and so on. In case si-WindowLength-BR-r13 is present and the UE is a BL UE or a UE in CE, the UE shall use si-WindowLength-BR-r13 and ignore the original field si-WindowLength (without suffix). UEs other than BL UEs or UEs in CE shall ignore the extension field si-WindowLength-BR-r13.

startSymbolBR

For BL UEs and UEs in CE, indicates the OFDM starting symbol for any MPDCCH, PDSCH scheduled on the same cell except the PDSCH carrying SystemInformationBlockType1-BR, see TS 36.213 [23]. Values 1, 2, and 3 are applicable for dl-Bandwidth greater than 10 resource blocks. Values 2, 3, and 4 are applicable otherwise.

systemInfoValueTagList

Indicates SI message specific value tags for BL UEs and UEs in CE. It includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in schedulingInfoList (without suffix).

systemInfoValueTagSI

SI message specific value tag as specified in clause 5.2.1.3. Common for all SIBs within the SI message other than MIB, SIB1, SIB10, SIB11, SIB12 and SIB14.

systemInfoValueTag

Common for all SIBs other than MIB, MIB-MBMS, SIB1, SIB1-MBMS, SIB10, SIB11, SIB12 and SIB14. Change of MIB, MIB-MBMS, SIB1 and SIB1-MBMS is detected by acquisition of the corresponding message.

tdd-Config

Specifies the TDD specific physical channel configurations. NOTE 2.

trackingAreaCode/trackingAreaCode-5GC

A trackingAreaCode that is common for all the PLMNs listed. NOTE2. NOTE 5.

NOTE 1: The value the UE applies for parameter "Qqualmin" in TS 36.304 [4] depends on the q-QualMin fields signalled by E-UTRAN and supported by the UE. In case multiple candidate options are available, the UE shall select the highest priority candidate option according to the priority order indicated by the following table (top row is highest priority).

q-QualMinRSRQ-OnAllSymbols

q-QualMinWB

Value of parameter "Qqualmin" in TS 36.304 [4]

Included

Included

q-QualMinRSRQ-OnAllSymbols – (q-QualMinq-QualMinWB)

Included

Not included

q-QualMinRSRQ-OnAllSymbols

Not included

Included

q-QualMinWB

Not included

Not included

q-QualMin

NOTE 2: E-UTRAN sets this field to the same value for all instances of SIB1 message that are broadcasted within the same cell.

NOTE 3: E-UTRAN configures this field only in the BR version of SIB1 message.

NOTE 4: E-UTRAN configures at most 6 EPC PLMNs in total (i.e. across all the PLMN lists except for PLMN lists in cellAccessRelatedInfoList-5GC in SIB1). E-UTRAN configures at most 6 5GC PLMNs in total (i.e. across all the PLMN lists in cellAccessRelatedInfoList-5GC in SIB1).

NOTE 5: E-UTRAN configures only one value for this parameter per PLMN.

NOTE 6: E-UTRAN configures plmn-Index only if the cellBarred is set to notBarred.

Conditional presence

Explanation

BW-reduced

The field is optional present, Need OR, if schedulingInfoSIB1-BR in MIB is set to a value greater than 0. Otherwise the field is not present.

FBI-max

The field is mandatory present if freqBandIndicator (i.e. without suffix) is set to maxFBI. Otherwise the field is not present.

mFBI

The field is optional present, Need OR, if multiBandInfoList is present. Otherwise the field is not present.

mFBI-max

The field is mandatory present if one or more entries in multiBandInfoList (i.e. without suffix, introduced in -v8h0) is set to maxFBI. Otherwise the field is not present.

RSRQ

The field is mandatory present if SIB3 is being broadcast and threshServingLowQ is present in SIB3; otherwise optionally present, Need OP.

RSRQ2

The field is mandatory present if q-QualMinRSRQ-OnAllSymbols is present in SIB3; otherwise it is not present and the UE shall delete any existing value for this field.

Hopping

The field is mandatory present if si-HoppingConfigCommon field is broadcasted and set to on. Otherwise the field is optionally present, need OP.

QrxlevminCE1

The field is optionally present, Need OR, if q-RxLevMinCE1-r13 is set below -140 dBm. Otherwise the field is not present.

TDD

This field is mandatory present for TDD; it is not present for FDD and the UE shall delete any existing value for this field.

TDD-OR

The field is optional present for TDD, need OR; it is not present for FDD.

WB-RSRQ

The field is optionally present, need OP if the measurement bandwidth indicated by allowedMeasBandwidth in systemInformationBlockType3 is 50 resource blocks or larger; otherwise it is not present.

SI-BR

The field is mandatory present if schedulingInfoSIB1-BR is included in MIB with a value greater than 0. Otherwise the field is not present.

SystemInformationBlockType1-MBMS

SystemInformationBlockType1-MBMS contains information relevant for receiving service from MBMS-dedicated cell and defines the scheduling of other system information.

Signalling radio bearer: N/A

RLC-SAP: TM

Logical channels: BCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

SystemInformationBlockType1-MBMS message

— ASN1START

SystemInformationBlockType1-MBMS-r14 ::= SEQUENCE {

cellAccessRelatedInfo-r14 SEQUENCE {

plmn-IdentityList-r14 PLMN-IdentityList-MBMS-r14,

trackingAreaCode-r14 TrackingAreaCode,

cellIdentity-r14 CellIdentity

},

freqBandIndicator-r14 FreqBandIndicator-r11,

multiBandInfoList-r14 MultiBandInfoList-r11 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

schedulingInfoList-MBMS-r14 SchedulingInfoList-MBMS-r14,

si-WindowLength-r14 ENUMERATED {

ms1, ms2, ms5, ms10, ms15, ms20,ms40, ms80},

systemInfoValueTag-r14 INTEGER (0..31),

nonMBSFN-SubframeConfig-r14 NonMBSFN-SubframeConfig-r14 OPTIONAL, –Need OR

pdsch-ConfigCommon-r14 PDSCH-ConfigCommon,

systemInformationBlockType13-r14 SystemInformationBlockType13-r9 OPTIONAL, –Need OR

cellAccessRelatedInfoList-r14 SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxPLMN-1-r14)) OF

CellAccessRelatedInfo-r14 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

PLMN-IdentityList-MBMS-r14 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxPLMN-r11)) OF PLMN-Identity

SchedulingInfoList-MBMS-r14 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSI-Message)) OF SchedulingInfo-MBMS-r14

SchedulingInfo-MBMS-r14 ::= SEQUENCE {

si-Periodicity-r14 ENUMERATED {

rf16, rf32, rf64, rf128, rf256, rf512},

sib-MappingInfo-r14 SIB-MappingInfo-MBMS-r14

}

SIB-MappingInfo-MBMS-r14 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (0..maxSIB-1)) OF SIB-Type-MBMS-r14

SIB-Type-MBMS-r14 ::= ENUMERATED {

sibType10, sibType11, sibType12-v920, sibType13-v920,

sibType15-v1130, sibType16-v1130, …}

NonMBSFN-SubframeConfig-r14 ::= SEQUENCE {

radioFrameAllocationPeriod-r14 ENUMERATED {rf4, rf8, rf16, rf32, rf64, rf128, rf512},

radioFrameAllocationOffset-r14 INTEGER (0..7),

subframeAllocation-r14 BIT STRING (SIZE(9))

}

— ASN1STOP

SystemInformationBlockType1-MBMS field descriptions

cellAccessRelatedInfoList

This field contains a list allowing signalling of access related information per PLMN. One PLMN can be included in only one entry of this list. NOTE 2.

cellIdentity

Indicates the cell identity. NOTE 1.

freqBandIndicator

A list of as defined in TS 36.101 [42], table 6.2.4-1, for the frequency band in freqBandIndicator.

multiBandInfoList

A list of additional frequency band indicators, as defined in TS 36.101 [42], table 5.5-1, that the cell belongs to. If the UE supports the frequency band in the freqBandIndicator field it shall apply that frequency band. Otherwise, the UE shall apply the first listed band which it supports in the multiBandInfoList field.

nonMBSFN-SubframeConfig

Defines the non-MBSFN subframes within the radio frame allocation period defined by the radioFrameAllocationPeriod and the radioFrameAllocationOffset.

plmn-IdentityList

List of PLMN identities. The first listed PLMN-Identity is the primary PLMN. NOTE 1.

radioFrameAllocationPeriod, radioFrameAllocationOffset

Radio-frames that contain non-MBSFN subframes occur when equation SFN mod radioFrameAllocationPeriod = radioFrameAllocationOffset is satisfied. Value rf4 for radioframeAllocationPeriod denotes 4 radio frames, rf8 detones 8 radion frames, and so on.

schedulingInfoList-MBMS

Indicates additional scheduling information of SI messages on MBMS-dedicated cell.

sib-MappingInfo

List of the SIBs mapped to this SystemInformation message.

si-Periodicity

Periodicity of the SI-message in radio frames, such that rf16 denotes 16 radio frames, rf32 denotes 32 radio frames, and so on.

si-WindowLength

Common SI scheduling window for all SIs. Unit in milliseconds, where ms1 denotes 1 millisecond, ms2 denotes 2 milliseconds and so on.

subframeAllocation

Defines the subframes that are allocated for non-MBSFN within the radio frame allocation period defined by the radioFrameAllocationPeriod and the radioFrameAllocationOffset. "0" denotes that the corresponding subframe is a MBSFN subframe. "1" denotes that the corresponding subframe is a non-MBSFN subframe. If E-UTRAN configures a value other than "0" for additionalNonMBSFNSubframes within MasterInformationBlock-MBMS, subframeAllocation configuration should also indicate subframes pointed out by additionalNonMBSFNSubframes as non-MBSFN subframes.

systemInformationBlockType13

E-UTRAN does not configure this field if schedulingInfoList–MBMS indicates that SystemInformationBlockType13 is present.

systemInfoValueTag

Common for all SIBs other than MIB, SIB1, SIB10, SIB11, SIB12 and SIB14. Change of MIB and SIB1 is detected by acquisition of the corresponding message.

trackingAreaCode

A trackingAreaCode that is common for all the PLMNs listed. NOTE1.

NOTE 1: E-UTRAN sets this field to the same value for all instances of SIB1-MBMS message that are broadcasted within the same cell.

UEAssistanceInformation

The UEAssistanceInformation message is used for the indication of UE assistance information to the eNB.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

UEAssistanceInformation message

— ASN1START

UEAssistanceInformation-r11 ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

ueAssistanceInformation-r11 UEAssistanceInformation-r11-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

UEAssistanceInformation-r11-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

powerPrefIndication-r11 ENUMERATED {normal, lowPowerConsumption} OPTIONAL,

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension UEAssistanceInformation-v1430-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UEAssistanceInformation-v1430-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

bw-Preference-r14 BW-Preference-r14 OPTIONAL,

sps-AssistanceInformation-r14 SEQUENCE {

trafficPatternInfoListSL-r14 TrafficPatternInfoList-r14 OPTIONAL,

trafficPatternInfoListUL-r14 TrafficPatternInfoList-r14 OPTIONAL

} OPTIONAL,

rlm-Report-r14 SEQUENCE {

rlm-Event-r14 ENUMERATED {earlyOutOfSync, earlyInSync},

excessRep-MPDCCH-r14 ENUMERATED {excessRep1, excessRep2} OPTIONAL

} OPTIONAL,

delayBudgetReport-r14 DelayBudgetReport-r14 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension UEAssistanceInformation-v1450-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UEAssistanceInformation-v1450-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

overheatingAssistance-r14 OverheatingAssistance-r14 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension UEAssistanceInformation-v1530-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UEAssistanceInformation-v1530-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

sps-AssistanceInformation-v1530 SEQUENCE {

trafficPatternInfoListSL-v1530 TrafficPatternInfoList-v1530

} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

BW-Preference-r14 ::= SEQUENCE {

dl-Preference-r14 ENUMERATED {mhz1dot4, mhz5, mhz20 } OPTIONAL,

ul-Preference-r14 ENUMERATED {mhz1dot4, mhz5} OPTIONAL

}

TrafficPatternInfoList-r14 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxTrafficPattern-r14)) OF TrafficPatternInfo-r14

TrafficPatternInfo-r14 ::= SEQUENCE {

trafficPeriodicity-r14 ENUMERATED {

sf20, sf50, sf100, sf200, sf300, sf400, sf500,

sf600, sf700, sf800, sf900, sf1000},

timingOffset-r14 INTEGER (0..10239),

priorityInfoSL-r14 SL-Priority-r13 OPTIONAL,

logicalChannelIdentityUL-r14 INTEGER (3..10) OPTIONAL,

messageSize-r14 BIT STRING (SIZE (6))

}

TrafficPatternInfoList-v1530 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxTrafficPattern-r14)) OF TrafficPatternInfo-v1530

TrafficPatternInfo-v1530 ::= SEQUENCE {

trafficDestination-r15 SL-DestinationIdentity-r12 OPTIONAL,

reliabilityInfoSL-r15 SL-Reliability-r15 OPTIONAL

}

DelayBudgetReport-r14::= CHOICE {

type1 ENUMERATED {

msMinus1280, msMinus640, msMinus320, msMinus160,

msMinus80, msMinus60, msMinus40, msMinus20, ms0, ms20,

ms40, ms60, ms80, ms160, ms320, ms640, ms1280},

type2 ENUMERATED {

msMinus192, msMinus168,msMinus144, msMinus120,

msMinus96, msMinus72, msMinus48, msMinus24, ms0, ms24,

ms48, ms72, ms96, ms120, ms144, ms168, ms192}

}

OverheatingAssistance-r14 ::= SEQUENCE {

reducedUE-Category SEQUENCE {

reducedUE-CategoryDL INTEGER (0..19),

reducedUE-CategoryUL INTEGER (0..21)

} OPTIONAL,

reducedMaxCCs SEQUENCE {

reducedCCsDL INTEGER (0..31),

reducedCCsUL INTEGER (0..31)

} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

UEAssistanceInformation field descriptions

delayBudgetReport

Indicates the UE-preferred adjustment to connected mode DRX or coverage enhancement configuration.

dl-Preference

Indicates UE’s preference on configuration of maximum PDSCH bandwidth. The value mhz1dot4 corresponds to CE mode usage in 1.4MHz bandwidth, mhz5 corresponds to CE mode usage in 5MHz bandwidth, and mhz20 corresponds to CE mode usage in 20MHz bandwidth or normal coverage.

excessRep-MPDCCH

Indicates the excess number of repetitions on MPDCCH. Value excessRep1 and excessRep2 indicate the excess number of repetitions defined in TS 36.133 [16].

logicalChannelIdentityUL

Indicates the logical channel identity associated with the reported traffic pattern in the uplink logical channel.

messageSize

Indicates the maximum TB size based on the observed traffic pattern. The value refers to the index of TS 36.321 [6], table 6.1.3.1-1.

powerPrefIndication

Value lowPowerConsumption indicates the UE prefers a configuration that is primarily optimised for power saving. Otherwise the value is set to normal.

priorityInfoSL

Indicates the traffic priority (i.e., PPPP) associated with the reported traffic pattern for V2X sidelink communication.

reducedCCsDL

Indicates the UE’s preference on reduced configuration corresponding to the maximum number of downlink SCells indicated by the field, to address overheating. This maximum number includes both SCells of E-UTRA and PSCell/SCells of NR in (NG)EN-DC.

reducedCCsUL

Indicates the UE’s preference on reduced configuration corresponding to the maximum number of uplink SCells indicated by the field, to address overheating. This maximum number includes both SCells of E-UTRA and PSCell/SCells of NR in (NG)EN-DC.

reducedUE-CategoryDL, reducedUE-CategoryUL

Indicates that UE prefers a configuration corresponding to the reduced UE category, to address overheating. The reduced UE DL category and reduced UE UL category should be indicated according to supported combinations for UE UL and DL Categories, see TS 36.306 [5], Table 4.1A-6.

reliabilityInfoSL

Indicates the traffic reliability (i.e., PPPR) associated with the reported traffic pattern for V2X sidelink communication.

rlm-Event

This field provides the RLM event ("early-out-of-sync" or "early-in-sync").

rlm-Report

This field provides the RLM report for BL UEs and UEs in CE.

sps-AssistanceInformation

Indicates the UE assistance information to assist E-UTRAN to configure SPS.

timingOffset

This field indicates the estimated timing for a packet arrival in a SL/UL logical channel. Specifically, the value indicates the timing offset with respect to subframe#0 of SFN#0 in milliseconds.

trafficDestination

Indicates the destination associated with the reported traffic pattern for V2X sidelink communication.

trafficPatternInfoListSL

This field provides the traffic characteristics of sidelink logical channel(s) that are setup for V2X sidelink communication. If trafficPatternInfoListSL-v1530 is included, it includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in trafficPatternInfoListSL-r14.

trafficPatternInfoListUL

This field provides the traffic characteristics of uplink logical channel(s).

trafficPeriodicity

This field indicates the estimated data arrival periodicity in a SL/UL logical channel. Value sf20 corresponds to 20 ms, sf50 corresponds to 50 ms and so on.

type1

Indicates the preferred amount of increment/decrement to the connected mode DRX cycle length with respect to the current configuration. Value in number of milliseconds. Value ms40 corresponds to 40 milliseconds, msMinus40 corresponds to -40 milliseconds and so on.

type2

Indicates the preferred amount of increment/decrement to the coverage enhancement configuration with respect to the current configuration so that the Uu air interface delay changes by the indicated amount. Value in number of milliseconds. Value ms24 corresponds to 24 milliseconds, msMinus24 corresponds to -24 milliseconds and so on.

ul-Preference

Indicates UE’s preference on configuration of maximum PUSCH bandwidth. The value mhz1dot4 corresponds to CE mode usage in 1.4MHz bandwidth, and mhz5 corresponds to CE mode usage in 5MHz bandwidth.

UECapabilityEnquiry

The UECapabilityEnquiry message is used to request the transfer of UE radio access capabilities for E‑UTRA as well as for other RATs.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

UECapabilityEnquiry message

— ASN1START

UECapabilityEnquiry ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

ueCapabilityEnquiry-r8 UECapabilityEnquiry-r8-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

UECapabilityEnquiry-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

ue-CapabilityRequest UE-CapabilityRequest,

nonCriticalExtension UECapabilityEnquiry-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UECapabilityEnquiry-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension UECapabilityEnquiry-v1180-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UECapabilityEnquiry-v1180-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

requestedFrequencyBands-r11 SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..16)) OF FreqBandIndicator-r11 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension UECapabilityEnquiry-v1310-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UECapabilityEnquiry-v1310-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

requestReducedFormat-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

requestSkipFallbackComb-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

requestedMaxCCsDL-r13 INTEGER (2..32) OPTIONAL, — Need ON

requestedMaxCCsUL-r13 INTEGER (2..32) OPTIONAL, — Need ON

requestReducedIntNonContComb-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension UECapabilityEnquiry-v1430-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UECapabilityEnquiry-v1430-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

requestDiffFallbackCombList-r14 BandCombinationList-r14 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension UECapabilityEnquiry-v1510-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UECapabilityEnquiry-v1510-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

requestedFreqBandsNR-MRDC-r15 OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension UECapabilityEnquiry-v1530-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UECapabilityEnquiry-v1530-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

requestSTTI-SPT-Capability-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

eutra-nr-only-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension UECapabilityEnquiry-v1550-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UECapabilityEnquiry-v1550-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

requestedCapabilityNR-r15 OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension UECapabilityEnquiry-v1560-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UECapabilityEnquiry-v1560-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

requestedCapabilityCommon-r15 OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

UE-CapabilityRequest ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxRAT-Capabilities)) OF RAT-Type

— ASN1STOP

UECapabilityEnquiry field descriptions

eutra-nr-only

Indicates that the UE is requested to provide UE capabilities related to (NG)EN-DC only as specified in TS38.331 [82].

requestDiffFallbackCombList

List of CA band combinations for which the UE is requested to provide different capabilities for their fallback band combinations in conjunction with the capabilities supported for the CA band combinations in this list. The UE shall exclude fallback band combinations for which their supported UE capabilities are the same as the CA band combination indicated in this list.

requestReducedFormat

Indicates that the UE is requested to provide supported CA band combinations in the supportedBandCombinationReduced-r13 instead of the supportedBandCombination-r10. The E-UTRAN includes this field if requestSkipFallbackComb or requestDiffFallbackCombList is included in the message.

requestSkipFallbackComb

Indicates that the UE shall explicitly exclude fallback CA band combinations in capability signalling.

ue-CapabilityRequest

List of the RATs for which the UE is requested to transfer the UE radio access capabilities i.e. E-UTRA, UTRA, GERAN-CS, GERAN-PS, CDMA2000. A separate RAT-Type value applies for some EUTRA-NR capabilities that are transferred by a separate UE capability container, used in case of MRDC.

requestedFrequencyBands

List of frequency bands for which the UE is requested to provide supported CA band combinations and non CA bands.

requestedFreqBandsNR-MRDC

Interpreted as FreqBandList IE as specified in TS 38.331 [82]. It concerns a list of NR and/ or E-UTRA frequency bands for which the UE is requested to provide its supported NR CA and/or MR-DC band combinations (i.e. within the UE capability containers for NR and MR-DC, as requested by E-UTRAN) and feature sets corresponding to the MR-DC band combinations (i.e. within the UE capability containers for LTE and NR, as requested by E-UTRAN).

requestedCapabilityCommon

Contains the filter common for all requested MR-DC related capability containers as defined by UE-CapabilityRequestFilterCommon IE in TS 38.331 [82].

requestedCapabilityNR

Interpreted as UE-CapabilityRequestFilterNR IE as specified in TS 38.331 [82], in which the field frequencyBandListFilter is omitted.

requestedMaxCCsDL, requestedMaxCCsUL

Indicates the maximum number of CCs for which the UE is requested to provide supported CA band combinations and non-CA bands.

requestReducedIntNonContComb

Indicates that the UE shall explicitly exclude supported intra-band non-contiguous CA band combinations other than included in capability signalling as specified in TS 36.306 [5], clause 4.3.5.21.

requestSTTI-SPT-Capability

Indicates that the UE is requested to provide its supported short TTI and SPT capabilities in capability signalling.

UECapabilityInformation

The UECapabilityInformation message is used to transfer of UE radio access capabilities requested by the E‑UTRAN.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

UECapabilityInformation message

— ASN1START

UECapabilityInformation ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE{

ueCapabilityInformation-r8 UECapabilityInformation-r8-IEs,

spare7 NULL,

spare6 NULL, spare5 NULL, spare4 NULL,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

UECapabilityInformation-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

ue-CapabilityRAT-ContainerList UE-CapabilityRAT-ContainerList,

nonCriticalExtension UECapabilityInformation-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UECapabilityInformation-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension UECapabilityInformation-v1250-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UECapabilityInformation-v1250-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

ue-RadioPagingInfo-r12 UE-RadioPagingInfo-r12 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

UECapabilityInformation field descriptions

ue-RadioPagingInfo

This field contains UE capability information used for paging.

UEInformationRequest

The UEInformationRequest is the command used by E-UTRAN to retrieve information from the UE.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: E‑UTRAN to UE

UEInformationRequest message

— ASN1START

UEInformationRequest-r9 ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

ueInformationRequest-r9 UEInformationRequest-r9-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

UEInformationRequest-r9-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

rach-ReportReq-r9 BOOLEAN,

rlf-ReportReq-r9 BOOLEAN,

nonCriticalExtension UEInformationRequest-v930-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UEInformationRequest-v930-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension UEInformationRequest-v1020-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UEInformationRequest-v1020-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

logMeasReportReq-r10 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension UEInformationRequest-v1130-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UEInformationRequest-v1130-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

connEstFailReportReq-r11 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension UEInformationRequest-v1250-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UEInformationRequest-v1250-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

mobilityHistoryReportReq-r12 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension UEInformationRequest-v1530-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UEInformationRequest-v1530-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

idleModeMeasurementReq-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

flightPathInfoReq-r15 FlightPathInfoReportConfig-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

UEInformationRequest field descriptions

rach-ReportReq

This field is used to indicate whether the UE shall report information about the random access procedure.

UEInformationResponse

The UEInformationResponse message is used by the UE to transfer the information requested by the E-UTRAN.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1 or SRB2 (when logged measurement information is included)

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E-UTRAN

UEInformationResponse message

— ASN1START

UEInformationResponse-r9 ::= SEQUENCE {

rrc-TransactionIdentifier RRC-TransactionIdentifier,

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

ueInformationResponse-r9 UEInformationResponse-r9-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

UEInformationResponse-r9-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

rach-Report-r9 SEQUENCE {

numberOfPreamblesSent-r9 NumberOfPreamblesSent-r11,

contentionDetected-r9 BOOLEAN

} OPTIONAL,

rlf-Report-r9 RLF-Report-r9 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension UEInformationResponse-v930-IEs OPTIONAL

}

— Late non critical extensions

UEInformationResponse-v9e0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

rlf-Report-v9e0 RLF-Report-v9e0 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— Regular non critical extensions

UEInformationResponse-v930-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING (CONTAINING UEInformationResponse-v9e0-IEs) OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension UEInformationResponse-v1020-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UEInformationResponse-v1020-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

logMeasReport-r10 LogMeasReport-r10 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension UEInformationResponse-v1130-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UEInformationResponse-v1130-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

connEstFailReport-r11 ConnEstFailReport-r11 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension UEInformationResponse-v1250-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UEInformationResponse-v1250-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

mobilityHistoryReport-r12 MobilityHistoryReport-r12 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension UEInformationResponse-v1530-IEs OPTIONAL

}

UEInformationResponse-v1530-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

measResultListIdle-r15 MeasResultListIdle-r15 OPTIONAL,

flightPathInfoReport-r15 FlightPathInfoReport-r15 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

RLF-Report-r9 ::= SEQUENCE {

measResultLastServCell-r9 SEQUENCE {

rsrpResult-r9 RSRP-Range,

rsrqResult-r9 RSRQ-Range OPTIONAL

},

measResultNeighCells-r9 SEQUENCE {

measResultListEUTRA-r9 MeasResultList2EUTRA-r9 OPTIONAL,

measResultListUTRA-r9 MeasResultList2UTRA-r9 OPTIONAL,

measResultListGERAN-r9 MeasResultListGERAN OPTIONAL,

measResultsCDMA2000-r9 MeasResultList2CDMA2000-r9 OPTIONAL

} OPTIONAL,

…,

[[ locationInfo-r10 LocationInfo-r10 OPTIONAL,

failedPCellId-r10 CHOICE {

cellGlobalId-r10 CellGlobalIdEUTRA,

pci-arfcn-r10 SEQUENCE {

physCellId-r10 PhysCellId,

carrierFreq-r10 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA

}

} OPTIONAL,

reestablishmentCellId-r10 CellGlobalIdEUTRA OPTIONAL,

timeConnFailure-r10 INTEGER (0..1023) OPTIONAL,

connectionFailureType-r10 ENUMERATED {rlf, hof} OPTIONAL,

previousPCellId-r10 CellGlobalIdEUTRA OPTIONAL

]],

[[ failedPCellId-v1090 SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-v1090 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-v9e0

} OPTIONAL

]],

[[ basicFields-r11 SEQUENCE {

c-RNTI-r11 C-RNTI,

rlf-Cause-r11 ENUMERATED {

t310-Expiry, randomAccessProblem,

rlc-MaxNumRetx, t312-Expiry-r12},

timeSinceFailure-r11 TimeSinceFailure-r11

} OPTIONAL,

previousUTRA-CellId-r11 SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-r11 ARFCN-ValueUTRA,

physCellId-r11 CHOICE {

fdd-r11 PhysCellIdUTRA-FDD,

tdd-r11 PhysCellIdUTRA-TDD

},

cellGlobalId-r11 CellGlobalIdUTRA OPTIONAL

} OPTIONAL,

selectedUTRA-CellId-r11 SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-r11 ARFCN-ValueUTRA,

physCellId-r11 CHOICE {

fdd-r11 PhysCellIdUTRA-FDD,

tdd-r11 PhysCellIdUTRA-TDD

}

} OPTIONAL

]],

[[ failedPCellId-v1250 SEQUENCE {

tac-FailedPCell-r12 TrackingAreaCode

} OPTIONAL,

measResultLastServCell-v1250 RSRQ-Range-v1250 OPTIONAL,

lastServCellRSRQ-Type-r12 RSRQ-Type-r12 OPTIONAL,

measResultListEUTRA-v1250 MeasResultList2EUTRA-v1250 OPTIONAL

]],

[[ drb-EstablishedWithQCI-1-r13 ENUMERATED {qci1} OPTIONAL

]],

[[ measResultLastServCell-v1360 RSRP-Range-v1360 OPTIONAL

]],

[[ logMeasResultListBT-r15 LogMeasResultListBT-r15 OPTIONAL,

logMeasResultListWLAN-r15 LogMeasResultListWLAN-r15 OPTIONAL

]]

}

RLF-Report-v9e0 ::= SEQUENCE {

measResultListEUTRA-v9e0 MeasResultList2EUTRA-v9e0

}

MeasResultList2EUTRA-r9 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxFreq)) OF MeasResult2EUTRA-r9

MeasResultList2EUTRA-v9e0 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxFreq)) OF MeasResult2EUTRA-v9e0

MeasResultList2EUTRA-v1250 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxFreq)) OF MeasResult2EUTRA-v1250

MeasResult2EUTRA-r9 ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-r9 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA,

measResultList-r9 MeasResultListEUTRA

}

MeasResult2EUTRA-v9e0 ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-v9e0 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-v9e0 OPTIONAL

}

MeasResult2EUTRA-v1250 ::= SEQUENCE {

rsrq-Type-r12 RSRQ-Type-r12 OPTIONAL

}

MeasResultList2UTRA-r9 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxFreq)) OF MeasResult2UTRA-r9

MeasResult2UTRA-r9 ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-r9 ARFCN-ValueUTRA,

measResultList-r9 MeasResultListUTRA

}

MeasResultList2CDMA2000-r9 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxFreq)) OF MeasResult2CDMA2000-r9

MeasResult2CDMA2000-r9 ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-r9 CarrierFreqCDMA2000,

measResultList-r9 MeasResultsCDMA2000

}

LogMeasReport-r10 ::= SEQUENCE {

absoluteTimeStamp-r10 AbsoluteTimeInfo-r10,

traceReference-r10 TraceReference-r10,

traceRecordingSessionRef-r10 OCTET STRING (SIZE (2)),

tce-Id-r10 OCTET STRING (SIZE (1)),

logMeasInfoList-r10 LogMeasInfoList-r10,

logMeasAvailable-r10 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

…,

[[ logMeasAvailableBT-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

logMeasAvailableWLAN-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL

]]

}

LogMeasInfoList-r10 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxLogMeasReport-r10)) OF LogMeasInfo-r10

LogMeasInfo-r10 ::= SEQUENCE {

locationInfo-r10 LocationInfo-r10 OPTIONAL,

relativeTimeStamp-r10 INTEGER (0..7200),

servCellIdentity-r10 CellGlobalIdEUTRA,

measResultServCell-r10 SEQUENCE {

rsrpResult-r10 RSRP-Range,

rsrqResult-r10 RSRQ-Range

},

measResultNeighCells-r10 SEQUENCE {

measResultListEUTRA-r10 MeasResultList2EUTRA-r9 OPTIONAL,

measResultListUTRA-r10 MeasResultList2UTRA-r9 OPTIONAL,

measResultListGERAN-r10 MeasResultList2GERAN-r10 OPTIONAL,

measResultListCDMA2000-r10 MeasResultList2CDMA2000-r9 OPTIONAL

} OPTIONAL,

…,

[[ measResultListEUTRA-v1090 MeasResultList2EUTRA-v9e0 OPTIONAL

]],

[[ measResultListMBSFN-r12 MeasResultListMBSFN-r12 OPTIONAL,

measResultServCell-v1250 RSRQ-Range-v1250 OPTIONAL,

servCellRSRQ-Type-r12 RSRQ-Type-r12 OPTIONAL,

measResultListEUTRA-v1250 MeasResultList2EUTRA-v1250 OPTIONAL

]],

[[ inDeviceCoexDetected-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL

]],

[[ measResultServCell-v1360 RSRP-Range-v1360 OPTIONAL

]],

[[ logMeasResultListBT-r15 LogMeasResultListBT-r15 OPTIONAL,

logMeasResultListWLAN-r15 LogMeasResultListWLAN-r15 OPTIONAL

]],

[[ anyCellSelectionDetected-r15 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL

]]

}

MeasResultListMBSFN-r12 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxMBSFN-Area)) OF MeasResultMBSFN-r12

MeasResultMBSFN-r12 ::= SEQUENCE {

mbsfn-Area-r12 SEQUENCE {

mbsfn-AreaId-r12 MBSFN-AreaId-r12,

carrierFreq-r12 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-r9

},

rsrpResultMBSFN-r12 RSRP-Range,

rsrqResultMBSFN-r12 MBSFN-RSRQ-Range-r12,

signallingBLER-Result-r12 BLER-Result-r12 OPTIONAL,

dataBLER-MCH-ResultList-r12 DataBLER-MCH-ResultList-r12 OPTIONAL,

}

DataBLER-MCH-ResultList-r12 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxPMCH-PerMBSFN)) OF DataBLER-MCH-Result-r12

DataBLER-MCH-Result-r12 ::= SEQUENCE {

mch-Index-r12 INTEGER (1..maxPMCH-PerMBSFN),

dataBLER-Result-r12 BLER-Result-r12

}

BLER-Result-r12 ::= SEQUENCE {

bler-r12 BLER-Range-r12,

blocksReceived-r12 SEQUENCE {

n-r12 BIT STRING (SIZE (3)),

m-r12 BIT STRING (SIZE (8))

}

}

BLER-Range-r12 ::= INTEGER(0..31)

MeasResultList2GERAN-r10 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellListGERAN)) OF MeasResultListGERAN

ConnEstFailReport-r11 ::= SEQUENCE {

failedCellId-r11 CellGlobalIdEUTRA,

locationInfo-r11 LocationInfo-r10 OPTIONAL,

measResultFailedCell-r11 SEQUENCE {

rsrpResult-r11 RSRP-Range,

rsrqResult-r11 RSRQ-Range OPTIONAL

},

measResultNeighCells-r11 SEQUENCE {

measResultListEUTRA-r11 MeasResultList2EUTRA-r9 OPTIONAL,

measResultListUTRA-r11 MeasResultList2UTRA-r9 OPTIONAL,

measResultListGERAN-r11 MeasResultListGERAN OPTIONAL,

measResultsCDMA2000-r11 MeasResultList2CDMA2000-r9 OPTIONAL

} OPTIONAL,

numberOfPreamblesSent-r11 NumberOfPreamblesSent-r11,

contentionDetected-r11 BOOLEAN,

maxTxPowerReached-r11 BOOLEAN,

timeSinceFailure-r11 TimeSinceFailure-r11,

measResultListEUTRA-v1130 MeasResultList2EUTRA-v9e0 OPTIONAL,

…,

[[ measResultFailedCell-v1250 RSRQ-Range-v1250 OPTIONAL,

failedCellRSRQ-Type-r12 RSRQ-Type-r12 OPTIONAL,

measResultListEUTRA-v1250 MeasResultList2EUTRA-v1250 OPTIONAL

]],

[[ measResultFailedCell-v1360 RSRP-Range-v1360 OPTIONAL

]],

[[ logMeasResultListBT-r15 LogMeasResultListBT-r15 OPTIONAL,

logMeasResultListWLAN-r15 LogMeasResultListWLAN-r15 OPTIONAL

]]

}

NumberOfPreamblesSent-r11::= INTEGER (1..200)

TimeSinceFailure-r11 ::= INTEGER (0..172800)

MobilityHistoryReport-r12 ::= VisitedCellInfoList-r12

FlightPathInfoReport-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

flightPath-r15 SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxWayPoint-r15)) OF WayPointLocation-r15 OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

WayPointLocation-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

wayPointLocation-r15 LocationInfo-r10,

timeStamp-r15 AbsoluteTimeInfo-r10 OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

UEInformationResponse field descriptions

absoluteTimeStamp

Indicates the absolute time when the logged measurement configuration logging is provided, as indicated by E-UTRAN within absoluteTimeInfo.

anyCellSelectionDetected

This field is used to indicate the detection of any cell selection state, as defined in TS 36.304 [4]. The UE sets this field when performing the logging of measurement results in RRC_IDLE and there is no suitable cell or no acceptable cell.

bler

Indicates the measured BLER value. The coding of BLER value is defined in TS 36.133 [16].

blocksReceived

Indicates total number of MCH blocks, which were received by the UE and used for the corresponding BLER calculation, within the measurement period as defined in TS 36.133 [16].

carrierFreq

In case the UE includes carrierFreq-v9e0 and/ or carrierFreq-v1090, the UE shall set the corresponding entry of carrierFreq-r9 and/ or carrierFreq-r10 respectively to maxEARFCN. For E-UTRA and UTRA frequencies, the UE sets the ARFCN according to the band used when obtaining the concerned measurement results.

connectionFailureType

This field is used to indicate whether the connection failure is due to radio link failure or handover failure.

contentionDetected

This field is used to indicate that contention was detected for at least one of the transmitted preambles, see TS 36.321 [6].

c-RNTI

This field indicates the C-RNTI used in the PCell upon detecting radio link failure or the C-RNTI used in the source PCell upon handover failure.

dataBLER-MCH-ResultList

Includes a BLER result per MCH on subframes using dataMCS, with the applicable MCH(s) listed in the same order as in pmch-InfoList within MBSFNAreaConfiguration.

drb-EstablishedWithQCI-1

This field is used to indicate the radio link failure occurred while a bearer with QCI value equal to 1 was configured, see TS 24.301 [35].

failedCellId

This field is used to indicate the cell in which connection establishment failed.

failedPCellId

This field is used to indicate the PCell in which RLF is detected or the target PCell of the failed handover. The UE sets the EARFCN according to the band used for transmission/ reception when the failure occurred.

inDeviceCoexDetected

Indicates that measurement logging is suspended due to IDC problem detection.

logMeasResultListBT

This field refers to the Bluetooth measurement results.

logMeasResultListWLAN

This field refers to the WLAN measurement results.

maxTxPowerReached

This field is used to indicate whether or not the maximum power level was used for the last transmitted preamble, see TS 36.321 [6].

mch-Index

Indicates the MCH by referring to the entry as listed in pmch-InfoList within MBSFNAreaConfiguration.

measResultFailedCell

This field refers to the last measurement results taken in the cell, where connection establishment failure happened. For UE supporting CE Mode B, when CE mode B is not restricted by upper layers, measResultFailedCell-v1360 is reported if the measured RSRP is less than -140 dBm.

measResultLastServCell

This field refers to the last measurement results taken in the PCell, where radio link failure or handover failure happened. For BL UEs or UEs in CE, when operating in CE Mode B, measResultLastServCell-v1360 is reported if the measured RSRP is less than -140 dBm.

measResultListEUTRA

If measResultListEUTRA-v9e0, measResultListEUTRA-v1090 or measResultListEUTRA-v1130 is included, the UE shall include the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in measResultListEUTRA-r9, measResultListEUTRA-r10 and/ or measResultListEUTRA-r11 respectively.

measResultListEUTRA-v1250

If included in RLF-Report-r9 the UE shall include the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in measResultListEUTRA-r9;

If included in LogMeasInfo-r10 the UE shall include the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in measResultListEUTRA-r10;

If included in ConnEstFailReport-r11 the UE shall include the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in measResultListEUTRA-r11;

measResultListIdle

This field indicates the measurement results done during IDLE mode at network request.

measResultServCell

This field refers to the log measurement results taken in the Serving cell. For UE supporting CE Mode B, when CE mode B is not restricted by upper layers, measResultServCell-v1360 is reported if the measured RSRP is less than -140 dBm.

mobilityHistoryReport

This field is used to indicate the time of stay in 16 most recently visited E-UTRA cells or of stay out of E-UTRA.

numberOfPreamblesSent

This field is used to indicate the number of RACH preambles that were transmitted. Corresponds to parameter PREAMBLE_TRANSMISSION_COUNTER in TS 36.321 [6].

previousPCellId

This field is used to indicate the source PCell of the last handover (source PCell when the last RRCConnectionReconfiguration message including mobilityControlInfo was received).

previousUTRA-CellId

This field is used to indicate the source UTRA cell of the last successful handover to E-UTRAN, when RLF occurred at the target PCell. The UE sets the ARFCN according to the band used for transmission/ reception on the concerned cell.

reestablishmentCellId

This field is used to indicate the cell in which the re-establishment attempt was made after connection failure.

relativeTimeStamp

Indicates the time of logging measurement results, measured relative to the absoluteTimeStamp. Value in seconds.

rlf-Cause

This field is used to indicate the cause of the last radio link failure that was detected. In case of handover failure information reporting (i.e., the connectionFailureType is set to ‘hof‘), the UE is allowed to set this field to any value.

selectedUTRA-CellId

This field is used to indicate the UTRA cell that the UE selects after RLF is detected, while T311 is running. The UE sets the ARFCN according to the band selected for transmission/ reception on the concerned cell.

signallingBLER-Result

Includes a BLER result of MBSFN subframes using signallingMCS.

tac-FailedPCell

This field is used to indicate the Tracking Area Code of the PCell in which RLF is detected.

tce-Id

Parameter Trace Collection Entity Id: See TS 32.422 [58].

timeConnFailure

This field is used to indicate the time elapsed since the last HO initialization until connection failure. Actual value = field value * 100ms. The maximum value 1023 means 102.3s or longer.

timeSinceFailure

This field is used to indicate the time that elapsed since the connection (establishment) failure. Value in seconds. The maximum value 172800 means 172800s or longer.

timeStamp

Includes time stamps for the waypoints that describe planned locations for the UE.

traceRecordingSessionRef

Parameter Trace Recording Session Reference: See TS 32.422 [58].

wayPointLocation

Includes location coordinates for a UE for Aerial UE operation. The waypoints describe planned locations for the UE.

ULHandoverPreparationTransfer (CDMA2000)

The ULHandoverPreparationTransfer message is used for the uplink transfer of handover related CDMA2000 information when requested by the higher layers.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

ULHandoverPreparationTransfer message

— ASN1START

ULHandoverPreparationTransfer ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

ulHandoverPreparationTransfer-r8 ULHandoverPreparationTransfer-r8-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

ULHandoverPreparationTransfer-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

cdma2000-Type CDMA2000-Type,

meid BIT STRING (SIZE (56)) OPTIONAL,

dedicatedInfo DedicatedInfoCDMA2000,

nonCriticalExtension ULHandoverPreparationTransfer-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

ULHandoverPreparationTransfer-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

ULHandoverPreparationTransfer field descriptions

meid

The 56 bit mobile identification number provided by the CDMA2000 Upper layers.

ULInformationTransfer

The ULInformationTransfer message is used for the uplink transfer of NAS or non-3GPP dedicated information.

Signalling radio bearer: SRB2 or SRB1(only if SRB2 not established yet). If SRB2 is suspended, the UE does not send this message until SRB2 is resumed

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

ULInformationTransfer message

— ASN1START

ULInformationTransfer ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

ulInformationTransfer-r8 ULInformationTransfer-r8-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

ULInformationTransfer-r8-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

dedicatedInfoType CHOICE {

dedicatedInfoNAS DedicatedInfoNAS,

dedicatedInfoCDMA2000-1XRTT DedicatedInfoCDMA2000,

dedicatedInfoCDMA2000-HRPD DedicatedInfoCDMA2000

},

nonCriticalExtension ULInformationTransfer-v8a0-IEs OPTIONAL

}

ULInformationTransfer-v8a0-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

ULInformationTransferMRDC

The ULInformationTransferMRDC message is used for the uplink transfer of MR DC information (i.e. for the case the SCG employs another RAT e.g. for transferring the NR RRC Measurement Report message).

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E‑UTRAN

ULInformationTransferMRDC message

— ASN1START

ULInformationTransferMRDC-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

ulInformationTransferMRDC-r15 ULInformationTransferMRDC-r15-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

ULInformationTransferMRDC-r15-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

ul-DCCH-MessageNR-r15 OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

ULInformationTransferMRDC field descriptions

ul-DCCH-MessageNR

Includes the UL-DCCH-Message as defined in TS 38.331 [82]. In this version of the specification, the field is only used to transfer the NR RRC MeasurementReport and the NR RRC FailureInformation messages.

WLANConnectionStatusReport

The WLANConnectionStatusReport message is used to inform the successful connection to WLAN or failure of the WLAN connection or connection attempt(s).

Signalling radio bearer: SRB1

RLC-SAP: AM

Logical channel: DCCH

Direction: UE to E-UTRAN

WLANConnectionStatusReport message

— ASN1START

WLANConnectionStatusReport-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

criticalExtensions CHOICE {

c1 CHOICE {

wlanConnectionStatusReport-r13 WLANConnectionStatusReport-r13-IEs,

spare3 NULL, spare2 NULL, spare1 NULL

},

criticalExtensionsFuture SEQUENCE {}

}

}

WLANConnectionStatusReport-r13-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

wlan-Status-r13 WLAN-Status-r13,

lateNonCriticalExtension OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

nonCriticalExtension WLANConnectionStatusReport-v1430-IEs OPTIONAL

}

WLANConnectionStatusReport-v1430-IEs ::= SEQUENCE {

wlan-Status-v1430 WLAN-Status-v1430,

nonCriticalExtension SEQUENCE {} OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

WLANConnectionStatusReport field descriptions

wlan-Status

Indicates the connection status to WLAN and the cause of failures. If the wlan-Status-v1430 is included, E-UTRAN ignores the wlan-Status-r13.