6.3.4 Other information elements

38.3313GPPNRProtocol specificationRadio Resource Control (RRC)Release 15TS

EUTRA-AllowedMeasBandwidth

The IE EUTRA-AllowedMeasBandwidth is used to indicate the maximum allowed measurement bandwidth on a carrier frequency as defined by the parameter Transmission Bandwidth Configuration "NRB" in TS 36.104 [33]. The values mbw6, mbw15, mbw25, mbw50, mbw75, mbw100 indicate 6, 15, 25, 50, 75 and 100 resource blocks, respectively.

EUTRA-AllowedMeasBandwidth information element

— ASN1START

— TAG-EUTRA-ALLOWEDMEASBANDWIDTH-START

EUTRA-AllowedMeasBandwidth ::= ENUMERATED {mbw6, mbw15, mbw25, mbw50, mbw75, mbw100}

— TAG-EUTRA-ALLOWEDMEASBANDWIDTH-STOP

— ASN1STOP

EUTRA-MBSFN-SubframeConfigList

The IE EUTRA-MBSFN-SubframeConfigList is used to define an E-UTRA MBSFN subframe pattern (for the purpose of NR rate matching).

EUTRA-MBSFN-SubframeConfigList information element

— ASN1START

— TAG-EUTRA-MBSFN-SUBFRAMECONFIGLIST-START

EUTRA-MBSFN-SubframeConfigList ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxMBSFN-Allocations)) OF EUTRA-MBSFN-SubframeConfig

EUTRA-MBSFN-SubframeConfig ::= SEQUENCE {

radioframeAllocationPeriod ENUMERATED {n1, n2, n4, n8, n16, n32},

radioframeAllocationOffset INTEGER (0..7),

subframeAllocation1 CHOICE {

oneFrame BIT STRING (SIZE(6)),

fourFrames BIT STRING (SIZE(24))

},

subframeAllocation2 CHOICE {

oneFrame BIT STRING (SIZE(2)),

fourFrames BIT STRING (SIZE(8))

} OPTIONAL, — Need R

}

— TAG-EUTRA-MBSFN-SUBFRAMECONFIGLIST-STOP

— ASN1STOP

EUTRA-MBSFN-SubframeConfig field descriptions

radioframeAllocationOffset

Field as defined in MBSFN-SubframeConfig in TS 36.331 [10].

radioframeAllocationPeriod

Field as defined in MBSFN-SubframeConfig in TS 36.331 [10], where SFN refers to the SFN of the NR serving cell.

subframeAllocation1

Field as defined in MBSFN-SubframeConfig in TS 36.331 [10], where the UE assumes the duplex mode (FDD or TDD) of the NR cell for which the E-UTRA-MBSFN-SubframeConfig is provided.

subframeAllocation2

Field as defined in MBSFN-SubframeConfig-v1430 in TS 36.331 [10], where the UE assumes the duplex mode (FDD or TDD) of the NR cell for which the E-UTRA-MBSFN-SubframeConfig is provided.

EUTRA-MultiBandInfoList

The IE EUTRA-MultiBandInfoList indicates the list of frequency bands in addition to the band represented by CarrierFreq for which cell reselection parameters are common, and a list of additionalPmax and additionalSpectrumEmission.

EUTRA-MultiBandInfoList information element

— ASN1START

— TAG-EUTRA-MULTIBANDINFOLIST-START

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

EUTRA-MultiBandInfo ::= SEQUENCE {

eutra-FreqBandIndicator FreqBandIndicatorEUTRA,

eutra-NS-PmaxList EUTRA-NS-PmaxList OPTIONAL — Need R

}

— TAG-EUTRA-MULTIBANDINFOLIST-STOP

— ASN1STOP

EUTRA-NS-PmaxList

The IE EUTRA-NS-PmaxList concerns a list of additionalPmax and additionalSpectrumEmission, as defined in TS 36.101 [22], table 6.2.4-1 for UEs neither in CE nor BL UEs and TS 36.101 [22], table 6.2.4E-1 for UEs in CE or BL UEs, for a given frequency band.

EUTRA-NS-PmaxList information element

— ASN1START

— TAG-EUTRA-NS-PMAXLIST-START

EUTRA-NS-PmaxList ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxEUTRA-NS-Pmax)) OF EUTRA-NS-PmaxValue

EUTRA-NS-PmaxValue ::= SEQUENCE {

additionalPmax INTEGER (-30..33) OPTIONAL, — Need R

additionalSpectrumEmission INTEGER (1..288) OPTIONAL — Need R

}

— TAG-EUTRA-NS-PMAXLIST-STOP

— ASN1STOP

EUTRA-PhysCellId

The IE EUTRA-PhysCellId is used to indicate the physical layer identity of the cell, as defined in TS 36.211 [31].

EUTRA-PhysCellId information element

— ASN1START

— TAG-EUTRA-PHYSCELLID-START

EUTRA-PhysCellId ::= INTEGER (0..503)

— TAG-EUTRA-PHYSCELLID-STOP

— ASN1STOP

EUTRA-PhysCellIdRange

The IE EUTRA-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 EUTRA-PhysCellIdRange, NW may configure overlapping ranges of physical cell identities.

EUTRA-PhysCellIdRange information element

— ASN1START

— TAG-EUTRA-PHYSCELLIDRANGE-START

EUTRA-PhysCellIdRange ::= SEQUENCE {

start EUTRA-PhysCellId,

range ENUMERATED {n4, n8, n12, n16, n24, n32, n48, n64, n84, n96,

n128, n168, n252, n504, spare2, spare1} OPTIONAL — Need N

}

— TAG-EUTRA-PHYSCELLIDRANGE-STOP

— ASN1STOP

EUTRA-PresenceAntennaPort1

The IE EUTRA-PresenceAntennaPort1 is used to indicate whether all the neighbouring cells use Antenna Port 1. When set to true, the UE may assume that at least two cell-specific antenna ports are used in all neighbouring cells.

EUTRA-PresenceAntennaPort1 information element

— ASN1START

— TAG-EUTRA-PRESENCEANTENNAPORT1-START

EUTRA-PresenceAntennaPort1 ::= BOOLEAN

— TAG-EUTRA-PRESENCEANTENNAPORT1-STOP

— ASN1STOP

EUTRA-Q-OffsetRange

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

EUTRA-Q-OffsetRange information element

— ASN1START

— TAG-EUTRA-Q-OFFSETRANGE-START

EUTRA-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}

— TAG-EUTRA-Q-OFFSETRANGE-STOP

— ASN1STOP

OtherConfig

The IE OtherConfig contains configuration related to miscellaneous other configurations.

OtherConfig information element

— ASN1START

— TAG-OTHERCONFIG-START

OtherConfig ::= SEQUENCE {

delayBudgetReportingConfig CHOICE{

release NULL,

setup SEQUENCE{

delayBudgetReportingProhibitTimer ENUMERATED {s0, s0dot4, s0dot8, s1dot6, s3, s6, s12, s30}

}

} OPTIONAL — Need M

}

OtherConfig-v1540 ::= SEQUENCE {

overheatingAssistanceConfig SetupRelease {OverheatingAssistanceConfig} OPTIONAL, — Need M

}

OverheatingAssistanceConfig ::= SEQUENCE {

overheatingIndicationProhibitTimer ENUMERATED {s0, s0dot5, s1, s2, s5, s10, s20, s30,

s60, s90, s120, s300, s600, spare3, spare2, spare1}

}

— TAG-OTHERCONFIG-STOP

— ASN1STOP

OtherConfig field descriptions

delayBudgetReportingProhibitTimer

Prohibit timer for delay budget reporting. Value in seconds. Value s0 means prohibit timer is set to 0 seconds, value s0dot4 means prohibit timer is set to 0.4 seconds, and so on.

overheatingAssistanceConfig

Configuration for the UE to report assistance information to inform the gNB about UE detected internal overheating.

overheatingIndicationProhibitTimer

Prohibit timer for overheating assistance information reporting. Value in seconds. Value s0 means prohibit timer is set to 0 seconds, value s0dot5 means prohibit timer is set to 0.5 seconds, value s1 means prohibit timer is set to 1 second and so on.

RRC-TransactionIdentifier

The IE RRC-TransactionIdentifier is used, together with the message type, for the identification of an RRC procedure (transaction).

RRC-TransactionIdentifier information element

— ASN1START

— TAG-RRC-TRANSACTIONIDENTIFIER-START

RRC-TransactionIdentifier ::= INTEGER (0..3)

— TAG-RRC-TRANSACTIONIDENTIFIER-STOP

— ASN1STOP