6.3.4 Mobility control information elements

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

AdditionalSpectrumEmission

If an extension is signalled using the extended value range (as defined by IE AdditionalSpectrumEmission-v10l0), the corresponding original field, using the value range as defined by IE AdditionalSpectrumEmission i.e. without suffix) shall be set to value 32, if signalled. UE supporting an LTE band assigned NS values larger than 32 as defined in TS 36.101 [42], clause 6.2.4, needs to support extension signaling (as defined by IE AdditionalSpectrumEmission-v10l0).

AdditionalSpectrumEmission information element

— ASN1START

AdditionalSpectrumEmission ::= INTEGER (1..32)

AdditionalSpectrumEmission-v10l0 ::= INTEGER (33..288)

— ASN1STOP

AdditionalSpectrumEmissionNR

The IE AdditionalSpectrumEmissionNR is used to indicate NR emission requirements to be fulfilled by the UE (see TS 38.101-1 [85], clause 6.5.3.3, and TS 38.101-2 [100], clause 6.5.3.2 and TS 38.101-3 [101], clause 6.5B.2)

AdditionalSpectrumEmissionNR information element

— ASN1START

AdditionalSpectrumEmissionNR-r15 ::= INTEGER (0..7)

— ASN1STOP

ARFCN-ValueCDMA2000

The IE ARFCN-ValueCDMA2000 used to indicate the CDMA2000 carrier frequency within a CDMA2000 band, see C.S0002 [12].

ARFCN-ValueCDMA2000 information element

— ASN1START

ARFCN-ValueCDMA2000 ::= INTEGER (0..2047)

— ASN1STOP

ARFCN-ValueEUTRA

The IE ARFCN-ValueEUTRA is used to indicate the ARFCN applicable for a downlink, uplink or bi-directional (TDD) E-UTRA carrier frequency, as defined in TS 36.101 [42]. If an extension is signalled using the extended value range (as defined by IE ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-v9e0), the UE shall only consider this extension (and hence ignore the corresponding original field, using the value range as defined by IE ARFCN-ValueEUTRA i.e. without suffix, if signalled). In dedicated signalling, E-UTRAN only provides an EARFCN corresponding to an E-UTRA band supported by the UE.

ARFCN-ValueEUTRA information element

— ASN1START

ARFCN-ValueEUTRA ::= INTEGER (0..maxEARFCN)

ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-v9e0 ::= INTEGER (maxEARFCN-Plus1..maxEARFCN2)

ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-r9 ::= INTEGER (0..maxEARFCN2)

— ASN1STOP

NOTE: For fields using the original value range, as defined by IE ARFCN-ValueEUTRA i.e. without suffix, value maxEARFCN indicates that the E-UTRA carrier frequency is indicated by means of an extension. In such a case, UEs not supporting the extension consider the field to be set to a not supported value.

ARFCN-ValueGERAN

The IE ARFCN-ValueGERAN is used to specify the ARFCN value applicable for a GERAN BCCH carrier frequency, see TS 45.005 [20].

ARFCN-ValueGERAN information element

— ASN1START

ARFCN-ValueGERAN ::= INTEGER (0..1023)

— ASN1STOP

ARFCN-ValueNR

The IE ARFCN-ValueNR is used to indicate the ARFCN applicable for a downlink, uplink or bi-directional (TDD) NR carrier frequency, as defined in TS 38.101 [85].

ARFCN-ValueNR information element

— ASN1START

ARFCN-ValueNR-r15 ::= INTEGER (0..3279165)

— ASN1STOP

ARFCN-ValueUTRA

The IE ARFCN-ValueUTRA is used to indicate the ARFCN applicable for a downlink (Nd, FDD) or bi-directional (Nt, TDD) UTRA carrier frequency, as defined in TS 25.331 [19].

ARFCN-ValueUTRA information element

— ASN1START

ARFCN-ValueUTRA ::= INTEGER (0..16383)

— ASN1STOP

BandclassCDMA2000

The IE BandclassCDMA2000 is used to define the CDMA2000 band in which the CDMA2000 carrier frequency can be found, as defined in C.S0057 [24], table 1.5-1.

BandclassCDMA2000 information element

— ASN1START

BandclassCDMA2000 ::= ENUMERATED {

bc0, bc1, bc2, bc3, bc4, bc5, bc6, bc7, bc8,

bc9, bc10, bc11, bc12, bc13, bc14, bc15, bc16,

bc17, bc18-v9a0, bc19-v9a0, bc20-v9a0, bc21-v9a0,

spare10, spare9, spare8, spare7, spare6, spare5, spare4,

spare3, spare2, spare1, …}

— ASN1STOP

BandIndicatorGERAN

The IE BandIndicatorGERAN indicates how to interpret an associated GERAN carrier ARFCN, see TS 45.005 [20]. More specifically, the IE indicates the GERAN frequency band in case the ARFCN value can concern either a DCS 1800 or a PCS 1900 carrier frequency. For ARFCN values not associated with one of these bands, the indicator has no meaning.

BandIndicatorGERAN information element

— ASN1START

BandIndicatorGERAN ::= ENUMERATED {dcs1800, pcs1900}

— ASN1STOP

CarrierFreqCDMA2000

The IE CarrierFreqCDMA2000 used to provide the CDMA2000 carrier information.

CarrierFreqCDMA2000 information element

— ASN1START

CarrierFreqCDMA2000 ::= SEQUENCE {

bandClass BandclassCDMA2000,

arfcn ARFCN-ValueCDMA2000

}

— ASN1STOP

CarrierFreqGERAN

The IE CarrierFreqGERAN is used to provide an unambiguous carrier frequency description of a GERAN cell.

CarrierFreqGERAN information element

— ASN1START

CarrierFreqGERAN ::= SEQUENCE {

arfcn ARFCN-ValueGERAN,

bandIndicator BandIndicatorGERAN

}

— ASN1STOP

CarrierFreqGERAN field descriptions

arfcn

GERAN ARFCN of BCCH carrier.

bandIndicator

Indicates how to interpret the ARFCN of the BCCH carrier.

CarrierFreqsGERAN

The IE CarrierFreqListGERAN is used to provide one or more GERAN ARFCN values, as defined in TS 45.005 [43], which represents a list of GERAN BCCH carrier frequencies.

CarrierFreqsGERAN information element

— ASN1START

CarrierFreqsGERAN ::= SEQUENCE {

startingARFCN ARFCN-ValueGERAN,

bandIndicator BandIndicatorGERAN,

followingARFCNs CHOICE {

explicitListOfARFCNs ExplicitListOfARFCNs,

equallySpacedARFCNs SEQUENCE {

arfcn-Spacing INTEGER (1..8),

numberOfFollowingARFCNs INTEGER (0..31)

},

variableBitMapOfARFCNs OCTET STRING (SIZE (1..16))

}

}

ExplicitListOfARFCNs ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (0..31)) OF ARFCN-ValueGERAN

— ASN1STOP

CarrierFreqsGERAN field descriptions

arfcn-Spacing

Space, d, between a set of equally spaced ARFCN values.

bandIndicator

Indicates how to interpret the ARFCN of the BCCH carrier.

explicitListOfARFCNs

The remaining ARFCN values in the set are explicitly listed one by one.

followingARFCNs

Field containing a representation of the remaining ARFCN values in the set.

numberOfFollowingARFCNs

The number, n, of the remaining equally spaced ARFCN values in the set. The complete set of (n+1) ARFCN values is defined as: {s, ((s + d) mod 1024), ((s + 2*d) mod 1024) … ((s + n*d) mod 1024)}.

startingARFCN

The first ARFCN value, s, in the set.

variableBitMapOfARFCNs

Bitmap field representing the remaining ARFCN values in the set. The leading bit of the first octet in the bitmap corresponds to the ARFCN = ((s + 1) mod 1024), the next bit to the ARFCN = ((s + 2) mod 1024), and so on. If the bitmap consists of N octets, the trailing bit of octet N corresponds to ARFCN = ((s + 8*N) mod 1024). The complete set of ARFCN values consists of ARFCN = s and the ARFCN values, where the corresponding bit in the bitmap is set to "1".

CarrierFreqListMBMS

The IE CarrierFreqListMBMS is used to indicate the E-UTRA ARFCN values of the one or more MBMS frequencies the UE is interested to receive.

CarrierFreqListMBMS information element

— ASN1START

CarrierFreqListMBMS-r11 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxFreqMBMS-r11)) OF ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-r9

— ASN1STOP

CDMA2000-Type

The IE CDMA2000-Type is used to describe the type of CDMA2000 network.

CDMA2000-Type information element

— ASN1START

CDMA2000-Type ::= ENUMERATED {type1XRTT, typeHRPD}

— ASN1STOP

CellIdentity

The IE CellIdentity is used to unambiguously identify a cell within a PLMN.

CellIdentity information element

— ASN1START

CellIdentity ::= BIT STRING (SIZE (28))

— ASN1STOP

CellIndexList

The IE CellIndexList concerns a list of cell indices, which may be used for different purposes.

CellIndexList information element

— ASN1START

CellIndexList ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellMeas)) OF CellIndex

CellIndex ::= INTEGER (1..maxCellMeas)

— ASN1STOP

CellReselectionPriority

The IE CellReselectionPriority concerns the absolute priority of the concerned carrier frequency/ set of frequencies (GERAN)/ bandclass (CDMA2000), as used by the cell reselection procedure. Corresponds with parameter "priority" in TS 36.304 [4]. Value 0 means: lowest priority. The UE behaviour for the case the field is absent, if applicable, is specified in TS 36.304 [4].

CellReselectionPriority information element

— ASN1START

CellReselectionPriority ::= INTEGER (0..7)

— ASN1STOP

CellSelectionInfoCE

The IE CellSelectionInfoCE contains cell selection information for CE. The q-RxLevMinCE corresponds to parameter Qrxlevmin_CE in TS 36.304 [4]. The q-QualMinRSRQ-CE corresponds to parameter Qqualmin_CE in TS 36.304 [4]. If q-QualMinRSRQ-CE is not present, the UE applies the (default) value of negative infinity for Qqualmin.

CellSelectionInfoCE information element

— ASN1START

CellSelectionInfoCE-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

q-RxLevMinCE-r13 Q-RxLevMin,

q-QualMinRSRQ-CE-r13 Q-QualMin-r9 OPTIONAL — Need OR

}

CellSelectionInfoCE-v1530 ::= SEQUENCE {

powerClass14dBm-Offset-r15 ENUMERATED {dB-6, dB-3, dB3, dB6, dB9, dB12}

}

— ASN1STOP

CellSelectionInfoCE field descriptions

powerClass14dBm-Offset

Parameter "Poffset" in TS 36.304 [4], only applicable for UE supporting powerClass-14dBm. Value in dB. Value dB-6 corresponds to -6 dB, dB-3 corresponds to -3 dB and so on. E-UTRAN configures this field only if cellSelectionInfoCE-r13 is configured. If the field is absent, the UE applies the (default) value of 0 dB for "Poffset" in TS 36.304 [4].

CellSelectionInfoCE1

The IE CellSelectionInfoCE1 contains cell selection information for BL UEs or UEs in CE supporting CE Mode B. The q-RxLevMinCE1 corresponds to parameter Qrxlevmin_CE1 in TS 36.304 [4]. If delta-RxLevMinCE1 is not included, actual value Qrxlevmin_CE1 = q-RxLevMinCE1 * 2 [dBm]. If delta-RxLevMinCE1 is included, the actual value Qrxlevmin_CE1 = (q-RxLevMinCE1 + delta-RxLevMinCE1) * 2 [dBm]. The q-QualMinRSRQ-CE1 corresponds to parameter Qqualmin_CE1 in TS 36.304 [4]. If q-QualMinRSRQ-CE1 is not present, the UE applies the (default) value of negative infinity for Qqualmin.

CellSelectionInfoCE1 information element

— ASN1START

CellSelectionInfoCE1-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

q-RxLevMinCE1-r13 Q-RxLevMin,

q-QualMinRSRQ-CE1-r13 Q-QualMin-r9 OPTIONAL — Need OR

}

CellSelectionInfoCE1-v1360 ::= SEQUENCE {

delta-RxLevMinCE1-v1360 INTEGER (-8..-1)

}

— ASN1STOP

CellReselectionSubPriority

The IE CellReselectionSubPriority indicates a fractional value to be added to the value of cellReselectionPriority to obtain the absolute priority of the concerned carrier frequency for E-UTRA and NR. Value oDot2 corresponds to 0.2, oDot4 corresponds to 0.4 and so on.

CellReselectionSubPriority information element

— ASN1START

CellReselectionSubPriority-r13 ::= ENUMERATED {oDot2, oDot4, oDot6, oDot8}

— ASN1STOP

CSFB-RegistrationParam1XRTT

The IE CSFB-RegistrationParam1XRTT is used to indicate whether or not the UE shall perform a CDMA2000 1xRTT pre-registration if the UE does not have a valid / current pre-registration.

— ASN1START

CSFB-RegistrationParam1XRTT ::= SEQUENCE {

sid BIT STRING (SIZE (15)),

nid BIT STRING (SIZE (16)),

multipleSID BOOLEAN,

multipleNID BOOLEAN,

homeReg BOOLEAN,

foreignSIDReg BOOLEAN,

foreignNIDReg BOOLEAN,

parameterReg BOOLEAN,

powerUpReg BOOLEAN,

registrationPeriod BIT STRING (SIZE (7)),

registrationZone BIT STRING (SIZE (12)),

totalZone BIT STRING (SIZE (3)),

zoneTimer BIT STRING (SIZE (3))

}

CSFB-RegistrationParam1XRTT-v920 ::= SEQUENCE {

powerDownReg-r9 ENUMERATED {true}

}

— ASN1STOP

CSFB-RegistrationParam1XRTT field descriptions

foreignNIDReg

The CDMA2000 1xRTT NID roamer registration indicator.

foreignSIDReg

The CDMA2000 1xRTT SID roamer registration indicator.

homeReg

The CDMA2000 1xRTT Home registration indicator.

multipleNID

The CDMA2000 1xRTT Multiple NID storage indicator.

multipleSID

The CDMA2000 1xRTT Multiple SID storage indicator.

nid

Used along with the sid as a pair to control when the UE should Register or Re-Register with the CDMA2000 1xRTT network.

parameterReg

The CDMA2000 1xRTT Parameter-change registration indicator.

powerDownReg

The CDMA2000 1xRTT Power-down registration indicator. If set to TRUE, the UE that has a valid / current CDMA2000 1xRTT pre-registration will perform a CDMA2000 1xRTT power down registration when it is switched off.

powerUpReg

The CDMA2000 1xRTT Power-up registration indicator.

registrationPeriod

The CDMA2000 1xRTT Registration period.

registrationZone

The CDMA2000 1xRTT Registration zone.

sid

Used along with the nid as a pair to control when the UE should Register or Re-Register with the CDMA2000 1xRTT network.

totalZone

The CDMA2000 1xRTT Number of registration zones to be retained.

zoneTimer

The CDMA2000 1xRTT Zone timer length.

CellGlobalIdEUTRA

The IE CellGlobalIdEUTRA specifies the Evolved Cell Global Identifier (ECGI), the globally unique identity of a cell in E-UTRA.

CellGlobalIdEUTRA information element

— ASN1START

CellGlobalIdEUTRA ::= SEQUENCE {

plmn-Identity PLMN-Identity,

cellIdentity CellIdentity

}

— ASN1STOP

CellGlobalIdEUTRA field descriptions

cellIdentity

Identity of the cell within the context of the PLMN.

plmn-Identity

Identifies the PLMN of the cell as given by the first PLMN entry in the plmn-IdentityList in SystemInformationBlockType1.

CellGlobalIdUTRA

The IE CellGlobalIdUTRA specifies the global UTRAN Cell Identifier, the globally unique identity of a cell in UTRA.

CellGlobalIdUTRA information element

— ASN1START

CellGlobalIdUTRA ::= SEQUENCE {

plmn-Identity PLMN-Identity,

cellIdentity BIT STRING (SIZE (28))

}

— ASN1STOP

CellGlobalIdUTRA field descriptions

cellIdentity

UTRA Cell Identifier which is unique within the context of the identified PLMN as defined in TS 25.331 [19].

plmn-Identity

Identifies the PLMN of the cell as given by the common PLMN broadcast in the MIB, as defined in TS 25.331 [19].

CellGlobalIdGERAN

The IE CellGlobalIdGERAN specifies the Cell Global Identification (CGI), the globally unique identity of a cell in GERAN.

CellGlobalIdGERAN information element

— ASN1START

CellGlobalIdGERAN ::= SEQUENCE {

plmn-Identity PLMN-Identity,

locationAreaCode BIT STRING (SIZE (16)),

cellIdentity BIT STRING (SIZE (16))

}

— ASN1STOP

CellGlobalIdGERAN field descriptions

cellIdentity

Cell Identifier which is unique within the context of the GERAN location area as defined in TS 23.003 [27].

locationAreaCode

A fixed length code identifying the location area within a PLMN as defined in TS 23.003 [27].

plmn-Identity

Identifies the PLMN of the cell, as defined in TS 23.003 [27]..

CellGlobalIdCDMA2000

The IE CellGlobalIdCDMA2000 specifies the Cell Global Identification (CGI), the globally unique identity of a cell in CDMA2000.

CellGlobalIdCDMA2000 information element

— ASN1START

CellGlobalIdCDMA2000 ::= CHOICE {

cellGlobalId1XRTT BIT STRING (SIZE (47)),

cellGlobalIdHRPD BIT STRING (SIZE (128))

}

— ASN1STOP

CellGlobalIdCDMA2000 field descriptions

cellGlobalId1XRTT

Unique identifier for a CDMA2000 1xRTT cell, corresponds to BASEID, SID and NID parameters (in that order) defined in C.S0005 [25].

cellGlobalIdHRPD

Unique identifier for a CDMA2000 HRPD cell, corresponds to SECTOR ID parameter defined in C.S0024 [26], clause 14.9.

CellSelectionInfoNFreq

The IE CellSelectionInfoNFreq includes the parameters used for cell selection on a neighbouring frequency, see TS 36.304 [4].

CellSelectionInfoNFreq information element

— ASN1START

CellSelectionInfoNFreq-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

— Cell selection information as in SIB1

q-RxLevMin-r13 Q-RxLevMin,

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

— Cell re-selection information as in SIB3

q-Hyst-r13 ENUMERATED {

dB0, dB1, dB2, dB3, dB4, dB5, dB6, dB8, dB10,

dB12, dB14, dB16, dB18, dB20, dB22, dB24},

q-RxLevMinReselection-r13 Q-RxLevMin,

t-ReselectionEUTRA-r13 T-Reselection

}

— ASN1STOP

CSG-Identity

The IE CSG-Identity is used to identify a Closed Subscriber Group.

CSG-Identity information element

— ASN1START

CSG-Identity ::= BIT STRING (SIZE (27))

— ASN1STOP

FreqBandIndicator

The IE FreqBandIndicator indicates the E-UTRA operating band as defined in TS 36.101 [42], table 5.5-1. If an extension is signalled using the extended value range (as defined by IE FreqBandIndicator-v9e0), the UE shall only consider this extension (and hence ignore the corresponding original field, using the value range as defined by IE FreqBandIndicator i.e. without suffix, if signalled).

FreqBandIndicator information element

— ASN1START

FreqBandIndicator ::= INTEGER (1..maxFBI)

FreqBandIndicator-v9e0 ::= INTEGER (maxFBI-Plus1..maxFBI2)

FreqBandIndicator-r11 ::= INTEGER (1..maxFBI2)

— ASN1STOP

NOTE: For fields using the original value range, as defined by IE FreqBandIndicator i.e. without suffix, value maxFBI indicates that the frequency band is indicated by means of an extension. In such a case, UEs not supporting the extension consider the field to be set to a not supported value.

FreqBandIndicatorNR

The IE FreqBandIndicatorNR indicates the NR operating band as defined in TS 38.101 [85].

FreqBandIndicatorNR information element

— ASN1START

FreqBandIndicatorNR-r15 ::= INTEGER (1..maxFBI-NR-r15)

— ASN1STOP

MobilityControlInfo

The IE MobilityControlInfo includes parameters relevant for network controlled mobility to/within E‑UTRA.

MobilityControlInfo information element

— ASN1START

MobilityControlInfo ::= SEQUENCE {

targetPhysCellId PhysCellId,

carrierFreq CarrierFreqEUTRA OPTIONAL, — Cond HO-toEUTRA2

carrierBandwidth CarrierBandwidthEUTRA OPTIONAL, — Cond HO-toEUTRA

additionalSpectrumEmission AdditionalSpectrumEmission OPTIONAL, — Cond HO-toEUTRA

t304 ENUMERATED {

ms50, ms100, ms150, ms200, ms500, ms1000,

ms2000, ms10000-v1310},

newUE-Identity C-RNTI,

radioResourceConfigCommon RadioResourceConfigCommon,

rach-ConfigDedicated RACH-ConfigDedicated OPTIONAL, — Need OP

…,

[[ carrierFreq-v9e0 CarrierFreqEUTRA-v9e0 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ drb-ContinueROHC-r11 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL — Cond HO

]],

[[ mobilityControlInfoV2X-r14 MobilityControlInfoV2X-r14 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

handoverWithoutWT-Change-r14 ENUMERATED {keepLWA-Config, sendEndMarker} OPTIONAL, — Cond HO

makeBeforeBreak-r14 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

rach-Skip-r14 RACH-Skip-r14 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

sameSFN-Indication-r14 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL — Cond HO-SFNsynced

]],

[[

mib-RepetitionStatus-r14 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL, — Need OR

schedulingInfoSIB1-BR-r14 INTEGER (0..31) OPTIONAL — Cond HO-SFNsynced

]]

}

MobilityControlInfo-v10l0 ::= SEQUENCE {

additionalSpectrumEmission-v10l0 AdditionalSpectrumEmission-v10l0 OPTIONAL — Need ON

}

MobilityControlInfoSCG-r12 ::= SEQUENCE {

t307-r12 ENUMERATED {

ms50, ms100, ms150, ms200, ms500, ms1000,

ms2000, spare1},

ue-IdentitySCG-r12 C-RNTI OPTIONAL, — Cond SCGEst,

rach-ConfigDedicated-r12 RACH-ConfigDedicated OPTIONAL, — Need OP

cipheringAlgorithmSCG-r12 CipheringAlgorithm-r12 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

…,

[[ makeBeforeBreakSCG-r14 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

rach-SkipSCG-r14 RACH-Skip-r14 OPTIONAL — Need OR

]]

}

MobilityControlInfoV2X-r14 ::= SEQUENCE {

v2x-CommTxPoolExceptional-r14 SL-CommResourcePoolV2X-r14 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

v2x-CommRxPool-r14 SL-CommRxPoolListV2X-r14 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

v2x-CommSyncConfig-r14 SL-SyncConfigListV2X-r14 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

cbr-MobilityTxConfigList-r14 SL-CBR-CommonTxConfigList-r14 OPTIONAL — Need OR

}

CarrierBandwidthEUTRA ::= SEQUENCE {

dl-Bandwidth ENUMERATED {

n6, n15, n25, n50, n75, n100, spare10,

spare9, spare8, spare7, spare6, spare5,

spare4, spare3, spare2, spare1},

ul-Bandwidth ENUMERATED {

n6, n15, n25, n50, n75, n100, spare10,

spare9, spare8, spare7, spare6, spare5,

spare4, spare3, spare2, spare1} OPTIONAL — Need OP

}

CarrierFreqEUTRA ::= SEQUENCE {

dl-CarrierFreq ARFCN-ValueEUTRA,

ul-CarrierFreq ARFCN-ValueEUTRA OPTIONAL — Cond FDD

}

CarrierFreqEUTRA-v9e0 ::= SEQUENCE {

dl-CarrierFreq-v9e0 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-r9,

ul-CarrierFreq-v9e0 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-r9 OPTIONAL — Cond FDD

}

RACH-Skip-r14 ::= SEQUENCE {

targetTA-r14 CHOICE {

ta0-r14 NULL,

mcg-PTAG-r14 NULL,

scg-PTAG-r14 NULL,

mcg-STAG-r14 STAG-Id-r11,

scg-STAG-r14 STAG-Id-r11

},

ul-ConfigInfo-r14 SEQUENCE {

numberOfConfUL-Processes-r14 INTEGER (1..8),

ul-SchedInterval-r14 ENUMERATED {sf2, sf5, sf10},

ul-StartSubframe-r14 INTEGER (0..9),

ul-Grant-r14 BIT STRING (SIZE (16))

} OPTIONAL — Need OR

}

— ASN1STOP

MobilityControlInfo field descriptions

additionalSpectrumEmission

For a UE with no SCells configured for UL in the same band as the PCell, the UE shall apply the value for the PCell instead of the corresponding value from SystemInformationBlockType2 or SystemInformationBlockType1. For a UE with SCell(s) configured for UL in the same band as the PCell, the UE shall, in case all SCells configured for UL in that band are released after handover completion, apply the value for the PCell instead of the corresponding value from SystemInformationBlockType2 or SystemInformationBlockType1. The UE requirements related to IE AdditionalSpectrumEmission are 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.

carrierBandwidth

Provides the parameters Downlink bandwidth, and Uplink bandwidth, see TS 36.101 [42].

carrierFreq

Provides the EARFCN to be used by the UE in the target cell.

cbr-MobilityTxConfigList

Indicates the list of CBR ranges and the list of PSSCH transmission parameter configurations available to configure congestion control to the UE for V2X sidelink communication during handover.

cipheringAlgorithmSCG

Indicates the ciphering algorithm to be used for SCG DRBs. E-UTRAN includes the field upon SCG change when one or more SCG DRBs are configured. Otherwise E-UTRAN does not include the field.

dl-Bandwidth

Parameter: Downlink bandwidth, see TS 36.101 [42].

drb-ContinueROHC

This field indicates whether to continue or reset, for this handover, the header compression protocol context for the RLC UM bearers configured with 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. E-UTRAN includes the field only in case of a handover within the same eNB.

handoverWithoutWT-Change

Indicates whether UE performs handover where LWA configuration is retained with the same WT If sendEndMarker is configured, the LWA end-marker for PDCP key change indication is used as defined in [8]. If value keepLWA-Config is configured, LWA end marker is not used and UE shall only retain the LWA configuration.

makeBeforeBreak

Indicates that the UE shall continue uplink transmission/ downlink reception with the source cell(s) before performing the first transmission through PRACH to the target intra-frequency PCell, or performing initial PUSCH transmission to the target intra-frequency PCell while rach-Skip is configured.

makeBeforeBreakSCG

Indicates that the UE shall continue uplink transmission/ downlink reception with the source cell(s) before performing the first transmission through PRACH to the target intra-frequency PSCell, or performing initial PUSCH transmission to the target intra-frequency PSCell while rach-SkipSCG is configured.

mib-RepetitionStatus

Indicates whether additional MIB repetition is enabled in the target cell or not. Value TRUE indicates additional MIB repetition is enabled in the target cell. Value FALSE indicates additional MIB repetition is not enabled in the target cell. The absence of this field indicates additional MIB repetition may or may not be enabled in the target cell. See 5.2.1.2 and TS 36.211 [21], clause 6.4.1. This field is applicable to BL UE or UE in CE.

mobilityControlInfoV2X

Indicates the sidelink configurations of the target cell for V2X sidelink communication during handover.

numberOfConfUL-Processes

The number of configured HARQ processes for preallocated uplink grant, see TS 36.321 [6], clause 5.20. This field is applicable if a UE is configured with asynchronous HARQ, otherwise it shall be ignored.

rach-ConfigDedicated

The dedicated random access parameters. If absent the UE applies contention based random access as specified in TS 36.321 [6].

rach-Skip

This field indicates whether random access procedure for the target PCell is skipped.

rach-SkipSCG

This field indicates whether random access procedure for the target PSCell is skipped.

sameSFN-Indication

This field indicates that the target cell has the same SFN as the source cell and that the BL UE or UE in CE is not required to acquire MasterInformationBlock in the target PCell during handover to obtain the SFN of the target cell, as specified in clause 5.3.5.4.

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 SystemInformationBlockType1-BR is not scheduled. If absent when sameSFN-Indication is present, UE assumes that SystemInformationBlockType1-BR scheduling information in target cell may be different from source cell.

t304

Timer T304 as described in clause 7.3. ms50 corresponds with 50 ms, ms100 corresponds with 100 ms and so on. EUTRAN includes extended value ms10000-v1310 only when UE supports CE.

t307

Timer T307 as described in clause 7.3. ms50 corresponds with 50 ms, ms100 corresponds with 100 ms and so on.

targetTA

This field refers to the timing adjustment indication, see TS 36.213 [23], indicating the NTA value which the UE shall use for the target PTAG of handover or the target PSTAG of SCG change. ta0 corresponds to NTA=0. mcg-PTAG corresponds to the latest NTA value of the PTAG associated with MCG. scg-PTAG corresponds to the latest NTA value of the PTAG associated with SCG. mcg-STAG corresponds to the latest NTA value of a MCG STAG indicated by the STAG-Id. scg-STAG corresponds to the latest NTA value of a SCG STAG indicated by the STAG-Id.

ul-Bandwidth

Parameter: Uplink bandwidth, see TS 36.101 [42], table 5.6-1. For TDD, the parameter is absent and it is equal to downlink bandwidth. If absent for FDD, apply the same value as applies for the downlink bandwidth.

ul-Grant

Indicates the resources of the target PCell/PSCell to be used for the uplink transmission of PUSCH [23], clause 8.8.

ul-SchedInterval

Indicates the scheduling interval in uplink, see TS 36.321 [6], clause 5.20. Value in number of sub-frames. Value sf2 corresponds to 2 subframes, sf5 corresponds to 5 subframes and so on.

ul-StartSubframe

Indicates the subframe in which the UE may initiate the uplink transmission, see TS 36.321 [6], clause 5.20. Value 0 corresponds to subframe number 0, 1 correponds to subframe number 1 and so on. The subframe indicating a valid uplink grant according to the calculation of UL grant configured by ul-StartSubframe and ul-SchedInterval, see TS 36.321 [6], clause 5.20, is the same across all radio frames.

v2x-CommRxPool

Indicates reception pools for receiving V2X sidelink communication during handover.

v2x-CommSyncConfig

Indicates synchronization configurations for performing V2X sidelink communication during handover.

v2x-CommTxPoolExceptional

Indicates the transmission resources by which the UE is allowed to transmit V2X sidelink communication during handover.

Conditional presence

Explanation

FDD

The field is mandatory with default value (the default duplex distance defined for the concerned band, as specified in TS 36.101 [42]) in case of "FDD"; otherwise the field is not present.

HO

This field is optionally present, need OP, in case of handover within E-UTRA when the fullConfig is not included; otherwise the field is not present.

HO-SFNsynced

This field is optionally present, need OP, in case of source E-UTRA and target E-UTRA cells are SFN synchronised.

HO-toEUTRA

The field is mandatory present in case of inter-RAT handover to E-UTRA; otherwise the field is optionally present, need ON.

HO-toEUTRA2

The field is absent if carrierFreq-v9e0 is present. Otherwise it is mandatory present in case of inter-RAT handover to E-UTRA and optionally present, need ON, in all other cases.

SCGEst

This field is mandatory present in case of SCG establishment; otherwise the field is optionally present, need ON.

MobilityParametersCDMA2000 (1xRTT)

The MobilityParametersCDMA2000 contains the parameters provided to the UE for handover and (enhanced) CSFB to 1xRTT support, as defined in C.S0097 [53].

MobilityParametersCDMA2000 information element

— ASN1START

MobilityParametersCDMA2000 ::= OCTET STRING

— ASN1STOP

MobilityStateParameters

The IE MobilityStateParameters contains parameters to determine UE mobility state.

MobilityStateParameters information element

— ASN1START

MobilityStateParameters ::= SEQUENCE {

t-Evaluation ENUMERATED {

s30, s60, s120, s180, s240, spare3, spare2, spare1},

t-HystNormal ENUMERATED {

s30, s60, s120, s180, s240, spare3, spare2, spare1},

n-CellChangeMedium INTEGER (1..16),

n-CellChangeHigh INTEGER (1..16)

}

— ASN1STOP

MobilityStateParameters field descriptions

n-CellChangeHigh

The number of cell changes to enter high mobility state. Corresponds to NCR_H in TS 36.304 [4].

n-CellChangeMedium

The number of cell changes to enter medium mobility state. Corresponds to NCR_M in TS 36.304 [4].

t-Evaluation

The duration for evaluating criteria to enter mobility states. Corresponds to TCRmax in TS 36.304 [4]. Value in seconds, s30 corresponds to 30 s and so on.

t-HystNormal

The additional duration for evaluating criteria to enter normal mobility state. Corresponds to TCRmaxHyst in TS 36.304 [4]. Value in seconds, s30 corresponds to 30 s and so on.

MultiBandInfoList

MultiBandInfoList information element

— ASN1START

MultiBandInfoList ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxMultiBands)) OF FreqBandIndicator

MultiBandInfoList-v9e0 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxMultiBands)) OF MultiBandInfo-v9e0

MultiBandInfoList-v10j0 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxMultiBands)) OF NS-PmaxList-r10

MultiBandInfoList-v10l0 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxMultiBands)) OF NS-PmaxList-v10l0

MultiBandInfoList-r11 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxMultiBands)) OF FreqBandIndicator-r11

MultiBandInfo-v9e0 ::= SEQUENCE {

freqBandIndicator-v9e0 FreqBandIndicator-v9e0 OPTIONAL — Need OP

}

— ASN1STOP

MultiFrequencyBandListNR

The IE MultiFrequencyBandListNR is used to configure a list of one or multiple NR frequency bands.

MultiFrequencyBandListNR information element

— ASN1START

MultiFrequencyBandListNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxMultiBandsNR-r15)) OF FreqBandIndicatorNR-r15

— ASN1STOP

NS-PmaxList

The IE NS-PmaxList concerns a list of additionalPmax and additionalSpectrumEmission, 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 a given frequency band. E-UTRAN does not include the same value of additionalSpectrumEmission in SystemInformationBlockType2 within this list.

NS-PmaxList information element

— ASN1START

NS-PmaxList-r10 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxNS-Pmax-r10)) OF NS-PmaxValue-r10

NS-PmaxList-v10l0 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxNS-Pmax-r10)) OF NS-PmaxValue-v10l0

NS-PmaxValue-r10 ::= SEQUENCE {

additionalPmax-r10 P-Max OPTIONAL, — Need OP

additionalSpectrumEmission AdditionalSpectrumEmission

}

NS-PmaxValue-v10l0 ::= SEQUENCE {

additionalSpectrumEmission-v10l0 AdditionalSpectrumEmission-v10l0 OPTIONAL — Need OP

}

— ASN1STOP

– NS-PmaxListNR

The IE NS-PmaxListNR concerns a list of additionalPmax and additionalSpectrumEmission, as defined in TS 38.101 [85], table 6.2.3-1 for a given frequency band.

NS-PmaxListNR information element

— ASN1START

NS-PmaxListNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..8)) OF NS-PmaxValueNR-r15

NS-PmaxValueNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

additionalPmaxNR-r15 P-MaxNR-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

additionalSpectrumEmissionNR-r15 AdditionalSpectrumEmissionNR-r15

}

— ASN1STOP

PhysCellId

The IE PhysCellId is used to indicate the physical layer identity of the cell, as defined in TS 36.211 [21].

PhysCellId information element

— ASN1START

PhysCellId ::= INTEGER (0..503)

— ASN1STOP

PhysCellIdRange

The IE PhysCellIdRange is used to encode either a single or a range of physical cell identities. The range is encoded by using a start value and by indicating the number of consecutive physical cell identities (including start) in the range. For fields comprising multiple occurrences of PhysCellIdRange, E-UTRAN may configure overlapping ranges of physical cell identities.

PhysCellIdRange information element

— ASN1START

PhysCellIdRange ::= SEQUENCE {

start PhysCellId,

range ENUMERATED {

n4, n8, n12, n16, n24, n32, n48, n64, n84,

n96, n128, n168, n252, n504, spare2,

spare1} OPTIONAL — Need OP

}

— ASN1STOP

PhysCellIdRange field descriptions

range

Indicates the number of physical cell identities in the range (including start). Value n4 corresponds with 4, n8 corresponds with 8 and so on. The UE shall apply value 1 in case the field is absent, in which case only the physical cell identity value indicated by start applies.

start

Indicates the lowest physical cell identity in the range.

PhysCellIdRangeUTRA-FDDList

The IE PhysCellIdRangeUTRA-FDDList is used to encode one or more of PhysCellIdRangeUTRA-FDD. While the IE PhysCellIdRangeUTRA-FDD is used to encode either a single physical layer identity or a range of physical layer identities, i.e. primary scrambling codes. Each range is encoded by using a start value and by indicating the number of consecutive physical cell identities (including start) in the range.

PhysCellIdRangeUTRA-FDDList information element

— ASN1START

PhysCellIdRangeUTRA-FDDList-r9::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxPhysCellIdRange-r9)) OF PhysCellIdRangeUTRA-FDD-r9

PhysCellIdRangeUTRA-FDD-r9 ::= SEQUENCE {

start-r9 PhysCellIdUTRA-FDD,

range-r9 INTEGER (2..512) OPTIONAL — Need OP

}

— ASN1STOP

PhysCellIdRangeUTRA-FDDList field descriptions

range

Indicates the number of primary scrambling codes in the range (including start). The UE shall apply value 1 in case the field is absent, in which case only the primary scrambling code value indicated by start applies.

start

Indicates the lowest primary scrambling code in the range.

PhysCellIdCDMA2000

The IE PhysCellIdCDMA2000 identifies the PNOffset that represents the "Physical cell identity" in CDMA2000.

PhysCellIdCDMA2000 information element

— ASN1START

PhysCellIdCDMA2000 ::= INTEGER (0..maxPNOffset)

— ASN1STOP

PhysCellIdGERAN

The IE PhysCellIdGERAN contains the Base Station Identity Code (BSIC).

PhysCellIdGERAN information element

— ASN1START

PhysCellIdGERAN ::= SEQUENCE {

networkColourCode BIT STRING (SIZE (3)),

baseStationColourCode BIT STRING (SIZE (3))

}

— ASN1STOP

PhysCellIdGERAN field descriptions

baseStationColourCode

Base station Colour Code as defined in TS 23.003 [27].

networkColourCode

Network Colour Code as defined in TS 23.003 [27].

PhysCellIdNR

The IE PhysCellIdNR indicates the physical layer identity (PCI) of an NR cell.

PhysCellIdNR information element

— ASN1START

PhysCellIdNR-r15 ::= INTEGER (0..1007)

— ASN1STOP

PhysCellIdUTRA-FDD

The IE PhysCellIdUTRA-FDD is used to indicate the physical layer identity of the cell, i.e. the primary scrambling code, as defined in TS 25.331 [19].

PhysCellIdUTRA-FDD information element

— ASN1START

PhysCellIdUTRA-FDD ::= INTEGER (0..511)

— ASN1STOP

PhysCellIdUTRA-TDD

The IE PhysCellIdUTRA-TDD is used to indicate the physical layer identity of the cell, i.e. the cell parameters ID (TDD), as specified in TS 25.331 [19]. Also corresponds to the Initial Cell Parameter Assignment in TS 25.223 [46].

PhysCellIdUTRA-TDD information element

— ASN1START

PhysCellIdUTRA-TDD ::= INTEGER (0..127)

— ASN1STOP

PLMN-Identity

The IE PLMN-Identity identifies a Public Land Mobile Network. Further information regarding how to set the IE are specified in TS 23.003 [27].

PLMN-Identity information element

— ASN1START

PLMN-Identity ::= SEQUENCE {

mcc MCC OPTIONAL, — Cond MCC

mnc MNC

}

MCC ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (3)) OF

MCC-MNC-Digit

MNC ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (2..3)) OF

MCC-MNC-Digit

MCC-MNC-Digit ::= INTEGER (0..9)

— ASN1STOP

PLMN-Identity field descriptions

mcc

The first element contains the first MCC digit, the second element the second MCC digit and so on. If the field is absent, it takes the same value as the mcc of the immediately preceding IE PLMN-Identity. See TS 23.003 [27].

mnc

The first element contains the first MNC digit, the second element the second MNC digit and so on. See TS 23.003 [27].

Conditional presence

Explanation

MCC

This IE is mandatory when PLMN-Identity is included in CellGlobalIdEUTRA, in CellGlobalIdUTRA, in CellGlobalIdGERAN or in RegisteredMME. This IE is also mandatory in the first occurrence of the IE PLMN-Identity within the IE PLMN-IdentityList. Otherwise it is optional, need OP.

PLMN-IdentityList3

Includes a list of PLMN identities.

PLMN-IdentityList3 information element

— ASN1START

PLMN-IdentityList3-r11 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..16)) OF PLMN-Identity

— ASN1STOP

– PmaxNR

The IE PmaxNR concerns a list of additionalPmax and additionalSpectrumEmission, as defined in TS 38.101 [85], table 6.2.3-1 for a given frequency band.

PmaxNR information element

— ASN1START

P-MaxNR-r15 ::= INTEGER (-30..33)

— ASN1STOP

PreRegistrationInfoHRPD

— ASN1START

PreRegistrationInfoHRPD ::= SEQUENCE {

preRegistrationAllowed BOOLEAN,

preRegistrationZoneId PreRegistrationZoneIdHRPD OPTIONAL, — cond PreRegAllowed

secondaryPreRegistrationZoneIdList SecondaryPreRegistrationZoneIdListHRPD OPTIONAL — Need OR

}

SecondaryPreRegistrationZoneIdListHRPD ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..2)) OF PreRegistrationZoneIdHRPD

PreRegistrationZoneIdHRPD ::= INTEGER (0..255)

— ASN1STOP

PreRegistrationInfoHRPD field descriptions

preRegistrationAllowed

TRUE indicates that a UE shall perform a CDMA2000 HRPD pre-registration if the UE does not have a valid / current pre-registration. FALSE indicates that the UE is not allowed to perform CDMA2000 HRPD pre-registration in the current cell.

preRegistrationZoneID

ColorCode (see C.S0024 [26], C.S0087 [44]) of the CDMA2000 Reference Cell corresponding to the HRPD sector under the HRPD AN that is configured for this LTE cell. It is used to control when the UE should register or re-register.

secondaryPreRegistrationZoneIdList

List of SecondaryColorCodes (see C.S0024 [26], C.S0087 [44]) of the CDMA2000 Reference Cell corresponding to the HRPD sector under the HRPD AN that is configured for this LTE cell. They are used to control when the UE should re-register.

Conditional presence

Explanation

PreRegAllowed

The field is mandatory in case the preRegistrationAllowed is set to true. Otherwise the field is not present and the UE shall delete any existing value for this field.

Q-QualMin

The IE Q-QualMin is used to indicate for cell selection/ re-selection the required minimum received RSRQ level in the (E-UTRA) cell. Corresponds to parameter Qqualmin in TS 36.304 [4]. Actual value Qqualmin = field value [dB].

Q-QualMin information element

— ASN1START

Q-QualMin-r9 ::= INTEGER (-34..-3)

— ASN1STOP

Q-RxLevMin

The IE Q-RxLevMin is used to indicate for cell selection/ re-selection the required minimum received RSRP level in the (E-UTRA) cell. Corresponds to parameter Qrxlevmin in TS 36.304 [4]. Actual value Qrxlevmin = field value * 2 [dBm].

Q-RxLevMin information element

— ASN1START

Q-RxLevMin ::= INTEGER (-70..-22)

— ASN1STOP

Q-OffsetRange

The IE Q-OffsetRange is used to indicate a cell, CSI-RS resource or frequency specific offset to be applied when evaluating candidates for cell re-selection or when evaluating triggering conditions for measurement reporting. The value in dB. Value dB-24 corresponds to -24 dB, dB-22 corresponds to -22 dB and so on.

Q-OffsetRange information element

— ASN1START

Q-OffsetRange ::= ENUMERATED {

dB-24, dB-22, dB-20, dB-18, dB-16, dB-14,

dB-12, dB-10, dB-8, dB-6, dB-5, dB-4, dB-3,

dB-2, dB-1, dB0, dB1, dB2, dB3, dB4, dB5,

dB6, dB8, dB10, dB12, dB14, dB16, dB18,

dB20, dB22, dB24}

— ASN1STOP

Q-OffsetRangeInterRAT

The IE Q-OffsetRangeInterRAT is used to indicate a frequency specific offset to be applied when evaluating triggering conditions for measurement reporting. The value in dB.

Q-OffsetRangeInterRAT information element

— ASN1START

Q-OffsetRangeInterRAT ::= INTEGER (-15..15)

— ASN1STOP

ReselectionThreshold

The IE ReselectionThreshold is used to indicate an Rx level threshold for cell reselection. Actual value of threshold = field value * 2 [dB].

ReselectionThreshold information element

— ASN1START

ReselectionThreshold ::= INTEGER (0..31)

— ASN1STOP

ReselectionThresholdQ

The IE ReselectionThresholdQ is used to indicate a quality level threshold for cell reselection. Actual value of threshold = field value [dB].

ReselectionThresholdQ information element

— ASN1START

ReselectionThresholdQ-r9 ::= INTEGER (0..31)

— ASN1STOP

SCellIndex

The IE SCellIndex concerns a short identity, used to identify an SCell.

SCellIndex information element

— ASN1START

SCellIndex-r10 ::= INTEGER (1..7)

SCellIndex-r13 ::= INTEGER (1..31)

— ASN1STOP

ServCellIndex

The IE ServCellIndex concerns a short identity, used to identify a serving cell (i.e. the PCell or an SCell). Value 0 applies for the PCell, while the SCellIndex that has previously been assigned applies for SCells.

ServCellIndex information element

— ASN1START

ServCellIndex-r10 ::= INTEGER (0..7)

ServCellIndex-r13 ::= INTEGER (0..31)

— ASN1STOP

SpeedStateScaleFactors

The IE SpeedStateScaleFactors concerns factors, to be applied when the UE is in medium or high speed state, used for scaling a mobility control related parameter.

SpeedStateScaleFactors information element

— ASN1START

SpeedStateScaleFactors ::= SEQUENCE {

sf-Medium ENUMERATED {oDot25, oDot5, oDot75, lDot0},

sf-High ENUMERATED {oDot25, oDot5, oDot75, lDot0}

}

— ASN1STOP

SpeedStateScaleFactors field descriptions

sf-High

The concerned mobility control related parameter is multiplied with this factor if the UE is in High Mobility state as defined in TS 36.304 [4]. Value oDot25 corresponds to 0.25, oDot5 corresponds to 0.5, oDot75 corresponds to 0.75 and so on.

sf-Medium

The concerned mobility control related parameter is multiplied with this factor if the UE is in Medium Mobility state as defined in TS 36.304 [4]. Value oDot25 corresponds to 0.25, oDot5 corresponds to 0.5, oDot75 corresponds to 0.75 and so on.

SystemInfoListGERAN

The IE SystemInfoListGERAN contains system information of a GERAN cell.

SystemInfoListGERAN information element

— ASN1START

SystemInfoListGERAN ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxGERAN-SI)) OF

OCTET STRING (SIZE (1..23))

— ASN1STOP

SystemInfoListGERAN field descriptions

SystemInfoListGERAN

Each OCTET STRING contains one System Information (SI) message as defined in TS 44.018 [45], table 9.1.1, excluding the L2 Pseudo Length, the RR management Protocol Discriminator and the Skip Indicator or a complete Packet System Information (PSI) message as defined in TS 44.060 [36], table 11.2.1.

SystemTimeInfoCDMA2000

The IE SystemTimeInfoCDMA2000 informs the UE about the absolute time in the current cell. The UE uses this absolute time knowledge to derive the CDMA2000 Physical cell identity, expressed as PNOffset, of neighbour CDMA2000 cells.

NOTE: The UE needs the CDMA2000 system time with a certain level of accuracy for performing measurements as well as for communicating with the CDMA2000 network (HRPD or 1xRTT).

SystemTimeInfoCDMA2000 information element

— ASN1START

SystemTimeInfoCDMA2000 ::= SEQUENCE {

cdma-EUTRA-Synchronisation BOOLEAN,

cdma-SystemTime CHOICE {

synchronousSystemTime BIT STRING (SIZE (39)),

asynchronousSystemTime BIT STRING (SIZE (49))

}

}

— ASN1STOP

SystemTimeInfoCDMA2000 field descriptions

asynchronousSystemTime

The CDMA2000 system time corresponding to the SFN boundary at or after the ending boundary of the SI-Window in which SystemInformationBlockType8 is transmitted. E-UTRAN includes this field if the E-UTRA frame boundary is not aligned to the start of CDMA2000 system time. This field size is 49 bits and the unit is 8 CDMA chips based on 1.2288 Mcps.

cdma-EUTRA-Synchronisation

TRUE indicates that there is no drift in the timing between E‑UTRA and CDMA2000. FALSE indicates that the timing between E-UTRA and CDMA2000 can drift. NOTE 1

synchronousSystemTime

CDMA2000 system time corresponding to the SFN boundary at or after the ending boundary of the SI-window in which SystemInformationBlockType8 is transmitted. E-UTRAN includes this field if the E-UTRA frame boundary is aligned to the start of CDMA2000 system time. This field size is 39 bits and the unit is 10 ms based on a 1.2288 Mcps chip rate.

NOTE 1: The following table shows the recommended combinations of the cdma-EUTRA-Synchronisation field and the choice of cdma-SystemTime included by E-UTRAN for FDD and TDD:

FDD/TDD

cdma-EUTRA-Synchronisation

synchronousSystemTime

asynchronousSystemTime

FDD

FALSE

Not Recommended

Recommended

FDD

TRUE

Recommended

Recommended

TDD

FALSE

Not Recommended

Recommended

TDD

TRUE

Recommended

Recommended

ThresholdNR

The IE ThresholdNR and IE ThresholdListNR contain thresholds for NR related inter-RAT measurements.

ThresholdNR information element

— ASN1START

ThresholdNR-r15 ::= CHOICE{

nr-RSRP-r15 RSRP-RangeNR-r15,

nr-RSRQ-r15 RSRQ-RangeNR-r15,

nr-SINR-r15 RS-SINR-RangeNR-r15

}

ThresholdListNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE{

nr-RSRP-r15 RSRP-RangeNR-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

nr-RSRQ-r15 RSRQ-RangeNR-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

nr-SINR-r15 RS-SINR-RangeNR-r15 OPTIONAL — Need OR

}

— ASN1STOP

TrackingAreaCode

The IE TrackingAreaCode is used to identify a tracking area within the scope of a PLMN, see TS 24.301 [35].

TrackingAreaCode information element

— ASN1START

TrackingAreaCode ::= BIT STRING (SIZE (16))

TrackingAreaCode-5GC-r15 ::= BIT STRING (SIZE (24))

— ASN1STOP

T-Reselection

The IE T-Reselection concerns the cell reselection timer TreselectionRAT for E-UTRA, UTRA, GERAN or CDMA2000. Value in seconds. For value 0, behaviour as specified in 7.3.2 applies.

T-Reselection information element

— ASN1START

T-Reselection ::= INTEGER (0..7)

— ASN1STOP

T-ReselectionEUTRA-CE

The IE T-ReselectionEUTRA-CE concerns the cell reselection timer TreselectionEUTRA_CE as specified in TS 36.304 [4]. Value in seconds. For value 0, behaviour as specified in 7.3.2 applies.

T-ReselectionEUTRA-CE information element

— ASN1START

T-ReselectionEUTRA-CE-r13 ::= INTEGER (0..15)

— ASN1STOP