6.3.5 Measurement information elements

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

AllowedMeasBandwidth

The IE AllowedMeasBandwidth is used to indicate the maximum allowed measurement bandwidth on a carrier frequency as defined by the parameter Transmission Bandwidth Configuration "NRB" TS 36.104 [47]. The values mbw6, mbw15, mbw25, mbw50, mbw75, mbw100 indicate 6, 15, 25, 50, 75 and 100 resource blocks respectively.

AllowedMeasBandwidth information element

— ASN1START

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

— ASN1STOP

BT-NameList

The IE BT-NameList is used to indicate the names of the Bluetooth beacon which the UE is configured to measure.

BT-NameList information element

— ASN1START

BT-NameListConfig-r15 ::= CHOICE{

release NULL,

setup BT-NameList-r15

}

BT-NameList-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxBT-Name-r15)) OF BT-Name-r15

BT-Name-r15 ::= OCTET STRING (SIZE (1..248))

— ASN1STOP

BT-NameList field descriptions

bt-Name

If configured, the UE only performs Bluetooth measurements according to the names identified. For each name, it refers to LOCAL NAME defined in Bluetooth specification [93].

CSI-RSRP-Range

The IE CSI-RSRP-Range specifies the value range used in CSI-RSRP measurements and thresholds. Integer value for CSI-RSRP measurements according to mapping table in TS 36.133 [16].

CSI-RSRP-Range information element

— ASN1START

CSI-RSRP-Range-r12 ::= INTEGER(0..97)

— ASN1STOP

Hysteresis

The IE Hysteresis is a parameter used within the entry and leave condition of an event triggered reporting condition. The actual value is field value * 0.5 dB, except if included in reportConfigEUTRA and associated to eventV1 or eventV2. If included in reportConfigEUTRA and associated to eventV1 or eventV2, the actual value is field value divided by 100.

Hysteresis information element

— ASN1START

Hysteresis ::= INTEGER (0..30)

— ASN1STOP

LocationInfo

The IE LocationInfo is used to transfer detailed location information available at the UE to correlate measurements and UE position information.

LocationInfo information element

— ASN1START

LocationInfo-r10 ::= SEQUENCE {

locationCoordinates-r10 CHOICE {

ellipsoid-Point-r10 OCTET STRING,

ellipsoidPointWithAltitude-r10 OCTET STRING,

…,

ellipsoidPointWithUncertaintyCircle-r11 OCTET STRING,

ellipsoidPointWithUncertaintyEllipse-r11 OCTET STRING,

ellipsoidPointWithAltitudeAndUncertaintyEllipsoid-r11 OCTET STRING,

ellipsoidArc-r11 OCTET STRING,

polygon-r11 OCTET STRING

},

horizontalVelocity-r10 OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

gnss-TOD-msec-r10 OCTET STRING OPTIONAL,

…,

[[ verticalVelocityInfo-r15 CHOICE {

verticalVelocity-r15 OCTET STRING,

verticalVelocityAndUncertainty-r15 OCTET STRING

} OPTIONAL

]]

}

— ASN1STOP

LocationInfo field descriptions

ellipsoidArc

Parameter EllipsoidArc defined in TS 36.355 [54]. The first/leftmost bit of the first octet contains the most significant bit.

ellipsoid-Point

Parameter Ellipsoid-Point defined in TS 36.355 [54]. The first/leftmost bit of the first octet contains the most significant bit.

ellipsoidPointWithAltitude

Parameter EllipsoidPointWithAltitude defined in TS 36.355 [54]. The first/leftmost bit of the first octet contains the most significant bit.

ellipsoidPointWithAltitudeAndUncertaintyEllipsoid

Parameter EllipsoidPointWithAltitudeAndUncertaintyEllipsoid defined in TS 36.355 [54]. The first/leftmost bit of the first octet contains the most significant bit.

ellipsoidPointWithUncertaintyCircle

Parameter Ellipsoid-PointWithUncertaintyCircle defined in TS 36.355 [54]. The first/leftmost bit of the first octet contains the most significant bit.

ellipsoidPointWithUncertaintyEllipse

Parameter EllipsoidPointWithUncertaintyEllipse defined in TS 36.355 [54]. The first/leftmost bit of the first octet contains the most significant bit.

gnss-TOD-msec

Parameter Gnss-TOD-msec defined in TS 36.355 [54]. The first/leftmost bit of the first octet contains the most significant bit.

horizontalVelocity

Parameter HorizontalVelocity defined in TS 36.355 [54]. The first/leftmost bit of the first octet contains the most significant bit.

polygon

Parameter Polygon defined in TS 36.355 [54]. The first/leftmost bit of the first octet contains the most significant bit.

verticalVelocityAndUncertainty

Parameter verticalVelocityAndUncertainty corresponds to horizontalWithVerticalVelocityAndUncertainty defined in TS 36.355 [54]. The first/leftmost bit of the first octet contains the most significant bit.

verticalVelocity

Parameter verticalVelocity corresponds to horizontalWithVerticalVelocity defined in TS 36.355 [54]. The first/leftmost bit of the first octet contains the most significant bit.

LogMeasResultListBT

The IE LogMeasResultListBT covers measured results for Bluetooth.

LogMeasResultListBT information element

— ASN1START

LogMeasResultListBT-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxBT-IdReport-r15)) OF LogMeasResultBT-r15

LogMeasResultBT-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

bt-Addr-r15 BIT STRING (SIZE (48)),

rssi-BT-r15 INTEGER (-128..127) OPTIONAL,

}

— ASN1STOP

LogMeasResultListBT field descriptions

bt-Addr

This field indicates the Bluetooth public address of the Bluetooth beacon as defined in TS 36.355 [54].

rssi-BT

This field provides the beacon received signal strength indicator (RSSI) in dBm as defined in TS 36.355 [54].

LogMeasResultListWLAN

The IE LogMeasResultListWLAN covers measured results for WLAN.

LogMeasResultListWLAN information element

— ASN1START

LogMeasResultListWLAN-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxWLAN-Id-Report-r14)) OF LogMeasResultWLAN-r15

LogMeasResultWLAN-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

wlan-Identifiers-r15 WLAN-Identifiers-r12,

rssiWLAN-r15 WLAN-RSSI-Range-r13 OPTIONAL,

rtt-WLAN-r15 WLAN-RTT-r15 OPTIONAL,

}

— ASN1STOP

LogMeasResultListWLAN field descriptions

rssiWLAN

Measured WLAN RSSI result in dBm.

rtt-WLAN

This field provides the measured round trip time between the target device and WLAN AP and optionally the accuracy expressed as the standard deviation of the delay. Units for each of these are 1000ns, 100ns, 10ns, 1ns, and 0.1ns as defined in TS 36.355 [54].

wlan-Identifiers

Indicates the WLAN parameters used for identification of the WLAN for which the measurement results are applicable.

MaxRS-IndexCellQualNR

The IE MaxRS-IndexCellQualNR indicates the maximum number of RS indices to be considered/ averaged to derive the cell quality for RRM.

MaxRS-IndexCellQualNR information element

— ASN1START

MaxRS-IndexCellQualNR-r15::= INTEGER (1..maxRS-IndexCellQual-r15)

— ASN1STOP

MBSFN-RSRQ-Range

The IE MBSFN-RSRQ-Range specifies the value range used in MBSFN RSRQ measurements. Integer value for MBSFN RSRQ measurements according to mapping table in TS 36.133 [16].

MBSFN-RSRQ-Range information element

— ASN1START

MBSFN-RSRQ-Range-r12 ::= INTEGER(0..31)

— ASN1STOP

MeasConfig

The IE MeasConfig specifies measurements to be performed by the UE, and covers intra-frequency, inter-frequency and inter-RAT mobility as well as configuration of measurement gaps.

MeasConfig information element

— ASN1START

MeasConfig ::= SEQUENCE {

— Measurement objects

measObjectToRemoveList MeasObjectToRemoveList OPTIONAL, — Need ON

measObjectToAddModList MeasObjectToAddModList OPTIONAL, — Need ON

— Reporting configurations

reportConfigToRemoveList ReportConfigToRemoveList OPTIONAL, — Need ON

reportConfigToAddModList ReportConfigToAddModList OPTIONAL, — Need ON

— Measurement identities

measIdToRemoveList MeasIdToRemoveList OPTIONAL, — Need ON

measIdToAddModList MeasIdToAddModList OPTIONAL, — Need ON

— Other parameters

quantityConfig QuantityConfig OPTIONAL, — Need ON

measGapConfig MeasGapConfig OPTIONAL, — Need ON

s-Measure RSRP-Range OPTIONAL, — Need ON

preRegistrationInfoHRPD PreRegistrationInfoHRPD OPTIONAL, — Need OP

speedStatePars CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup SEQUENCE {

mobilityStateParameters MobilityStateParameters,

timeToTrigger-SF SpeedStateScaleFactors

}

} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

…,

[[ measObjectToAddModList-v9e0 MeasObjectToAddModList-v9e0 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ allowInterruptions-r11 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ measScaleFactor-r12 CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup MeasScaleFactor-r12

} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

measIdToRemoveListExt-r12 MeasIdToRemoveListExt-r12 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

measIdToAddModListExt-r12 MeasIdToAddModListExt-r12 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

measRSRQ-OnAllSymbols-r12 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[

measObjectToRemoveListExt-r13 MeasObjectToRemoveListExt-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

measObjectToAddModListExt-r13 MeasObjectToAddModListExt-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

measIdToAddModList-v1310 MeasIdToAddModList-v1310 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

measIdToAddModListExt-v1310 MeasIdToAddModListExt-v1310 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ measGapConfigPerCC-List-r14 MeasGapConfigPerCC-List-r14 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

measGapSharingConfig-r14 MeasGapSharingConfig-r14 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ fr1-Gap-r15 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL, — Need ON

mgta-r15 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ measGapConfigDensePRS-r15 MeasGapConfigDensePRS-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

heightThreshRef-r15 CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup INTEGER (0..31)

} OPTIONAL –Need ON

]]

}

MeasIdToRemoveList ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxMeasId)) OF MeasId

MeasIdToRemoveListExt-r12 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxMeasId)) OF MeasId-v1250

MeasObjectToRemoveList ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxObjectId)) OF MeasObjectId

MeasObjectToRemoveListExt-r13 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxObjectId)) OF MeasObjectId-v1310

ReportConfigToRemoveList ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxReportConfigId)) OF ReportConfigId

— ASN1STOP

MeasConfig field descriptions

allowInterruptions

Value TRUE indicates that the UE is allowed to cause interruptions to serving cells when performing measurements of deactivated SCell carriers for measCycleSCell of less than 640ms, as specified in TS 36.133 [16]. E-UTRAN enables this field only when an SCell is configured.

fr1-Gap

Indicates whether the gap is only applicable for measurements on FR1. E-UTRAN only sets this field to TRUE when the UE is configured with (NG)EN-DC.

heightThreshRef

Reference height threshold for eventH1 and eventH2 in reportConfig. Value 0 refers to -420m, value 1 refers to –120m, and so on until value 30 refers to 8880m. The actual value is height in meters relative to sea level. Value 31 is reserved.

measGapConfig

Used to setup and release measurement gaps. E-UTRAN includes either measGapConfig or measGapConfigPerCC-List, if any.

measGapConfigDensePRS

Used to setup and release additional measurement gap pattern with dense PRS configuration as specified in TS 36.133 [16], Table 8.1.2.1-3. E-UTRAN configures this field only when UE indicates the preference of measurement gap configuration for dense PRS, i.e., measPRS-Offset-r15.

measGapConfigPerCC-List

Used to setup and release serving cell sepecific measurement gaps. E-UTRAN includes either measGapConfig or measGapConfigPerCC-List, if any.

measGapSharingConfig

Used to setup and release measurement gap sharing for intra- and inter-frequency measurement as specified in TS 36.133 [16].

measIdToAddModList

List of measurement identities. Field measIdToAddModListExt includes additional measurement identities i.e. extends the size of the measurement identity list using the general principles specified in 5.1.2. If E-UTRAN includes measIdToAddModList-v1310 it includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in measIdToAddModList (i.e. without suffix). If E-UTRAN includes measIdToAddModListExt-v1310, it includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in measIdToAddModListExt-r12.

measIdToRemoveList

List of measurement identities to remove. Field measIdToRemoveListExt includes additional measurement identities i.e. extends the size of the measurement identity list using the general principles specified in 5.1.2.

measObjectToAddModList

If E-UTRAN includes measObjectToAddModList-v9e0 it includes the same number of entries, and listed in the same order, as in measObjectToAddModList (i.e. without suffix). Field measObjectToAddModListExt includes additional measurement object identities i.e. extends the size of the measurement object identity list using the general principles specified in 5.1.2.

measObjectToRemoveList

List of measurement objects to remove. Field measObjectToRemoveListExt includes additional measurement object identities i.e. extends the size of the measurement object identity list using the general principles specified in 5.1.2.

measRSRQ-OnAllSymbols

Value TRUE indicates that the UE shall, when performing RSRQ measurements, perform RSRQ measurement on all OFDM symbols in accordance with TS 36.214 [48]. If widebandRSRQ-Meas is enabled for the frequency in MeasObjectEUTRA, the UE shall, when performing RSRQ measurements, perform RSRQ measurement on all OFDM symbols with wider bandwidth for concerned frequency in accordance with TS 36.214 [48].

measScaleFactor

Even if reducedMeasPerformance is not included in any measObjectEUTRA or measObjectUTRA, E-UTRAN may configure this field. The UE behavior is specified in TS 36.133 [16].

mgta

Indicates whether a timing advance value of 0.5 ms is applicable to the measurement gap configuration provided by E-UTRAN according to TS 38.133 [84]. E-UTRAN sets mgta to TRUE only when the UE is configured to perform NR measurements.

preRegistrationInfoHRPD

The CDMA2000 HRPD Pre-Registration Information tells the UE if it should pre-register with the CDMA2000 HRPD network and identifies the Pre-registration zone to the UE.

reportConfigToRemoveList

List of measurement reporting configurations to remove.

s-Measure

PCell (or PSCell, if the UE is in NE-DC) quality threshold controlling whether or not the UE is required to perform measurements of intra-frequency, inter-frequency and inter-RAT neighbouring cells. Value "0" indicates to disable s-Measure.

timeToTrigger-SF

The timeToTrigger in ReportConfigEUTRA and in ReportConfigInterRAT are multiplied with the scaling factor applicable for the UE’s speed state.

– MeasDS-Config

The IE MeasDS-Config specifies information applicable for discovery signals measurement.

MeasDS-Config information elements

— ASN1START

MeasDS-Config-r12 ::= CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup SEQUENCE {

dmtc-PeriodOffset-r12 CHOICE {

ms40-r12 INTEGER(0..39),

ms80-r12 INTEGER(0..79),

ms160-r12 INTEGER(0..159),

},

ds-OccasionDuration-r12 CHOICE {

durationFDD-r12 INTEGER(1..maxDS-Duration-r12),

durationTDD-r12 INTEGER(2..maxDS-Duration-r12)

},

measCSI-RS-ToRemoveList-r12 MeasCSI-RS-ToRemoveList-r12 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

measCSI-RS-ToAddModList-r12 MeasCSI-RS-ToAddModList-r12 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

}

}

MeasCSI-RS-ToRemoveList-r12 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCSI-RS-Meas-r12)) OF MeasCSI-RS-Id-r12

MeasCSI-RS-ToAddModList-r12 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCSI-RS-Meas-r12)) OF MeasCSI-RS-Config-r12

MeasCSI-RS-Id-r12 ::= INTEGER (1..maxCSI-RS-Meas-r12)

MeasCSI-RS-Config-r12 ::= SEQUENCE {

measCSI-RS-Id-r12 MeasCSI-RS-Id-r12,

physCellId-r12 INTEGER (0..503),

scramblingIdentity-r12 INTEGER (0..503),

resourceConfig-r12 INTEGER (0..31),

subframeOffset-r12 INTEGER (0..4),

csi-RS-IndividualOffset-r12 Q-OffsetRange,

}

— ASN1STOP

MeasDS-Config field descriptions

csi-RS-IndividualOffset

CSI-RS individual offset applicable to a specific CSI-RS resource. Value dB-24 corresponds to -24 dB, dB-22 corresponds to -22 dB and so on.

dmtc-PeriodOffset

Indicates the discovery signals measurement timing configuration (DMTC) periodicity (dmtc-Periodicity) and offset (dmtc-Offset) for this frequency. For DMTC periodicity, value ms40 corresponds to 40ms, ms80 corresponds to 80ms and so on. The value of DMTC offset is in number of subframe(s). The duration of a DMTC occasion is 6ms.

ds-OccasionDuration

Indicates the duration of discovery signal occasion for this frequency. Discovery signal occasion duration is common for all cells transmitting discovery signals on one frequency. If the carrierFreq in the measurement object is on an unlicensed band as specified in [42], the UE shall ignore the field ds-OccasionDuration for the carrier frequency and apply a value 1 instead.

measCSI-RS-ToAddModList

List of CSI-RS resources to add/ modify in the CSI-RS resource list for discovery signals measurement.

measCSI-RS-ToRemoveList

List of CSI-RS resources to remove from the CSI-RS resource list for discovery signals measurement.

physCellId

Indicates the physical cell identity where UE may assume that the CSI-RS and the PSS/SSS/CRS corresponding to the indicated physical cell identity are quasi co-located with respect to average delay and doppler shift.

resourceConfig

Parameter: CSI reference signal configuration, see TS 36.211 [21], tables 6.10.5.2-1 and 6.10.5.2-2. If the carrierFreq in the measurement object is on an unlicensed band as specified in TS 36.101 [42], E-UTRAN does not configure the values {0, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 18, 19}.

scramblingIdentity

Parameter: Pseudo-random sequence generator parameter, , see TS 36.213 [23], clause 7.2.5.

subframeOffset

Indicates the subframe offset between SSS of the cell indicated by physCellId and the CSI-RS resource in a discovery signal occasion. The field subframeOffset is set to values 0 if the carrierFreq in the measurement object is on an unlicensed band as specified in TS 36.101 [42].

MeasGapConfig

The IE MeasGapConfig specifies the measurement gap configuration and controls setup/ release of measurement gaps.

MeasGapConfig information element

— ASN1START

MeasGapConfig ::= CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup SEQUENCE {

gapOffset CHOICE {

gp0 INTEGER (0..39),

gp1 INTEGER (0..79),

…,

gp2-r14 INTEGER (0..39),

gp3-r14 INTEGER (0..79),

gp-ncsg0-r14 INTEGER (0..39),

gp-ncsg1-r14 INTEGER (0..79),

gp-ncsg2-r14 INTEGER (0..39),

gp-ncsg3-r14 INTEGER (0..79),

gp-nonUniform1-r14 INTEGER (0..1279),

gp-nonUniform2-r14 INTEGER (0..2559),

gp-nonUniform3-r14 INTEGER (0..5119),

gp-nonUniform4-r14 INTEGER (0..10239),

gp4-r15 INTEGER (0..19),

gp5-r15 INTEGER (0..159),

gp6-r15 INTEGER (0..19),

gp7-r15 INTEGER (0..39),

gp8-r15 INTEGER (0..79),

gp9-r15 INTEGER (0..159),

gp10-r15 INTEGER (0..19),

gp11-r15 INTEGER (0..159)

}

}

}

— ASN1STOP

MeasGapConfig field descriptions

gapOffset

Value gapOffset of gp0 corresponds to gap offset of Gap Pattern Id "0" with MGRP = 40ms, gapOffset of gp1 corresponds to gap offset of Gap Pattern Id "1" with MGRP = 80ms, gapOffset of gp2 corresponds to gap offset of Gap Pattern Id "2" with MGRP = 40ms and MGL = 3ms, gapOffset of gp3 Gap Pattern Id "3" with MGRP = 80ms and MGL = 3ms, gapOffset of gp-ncsg0 corresponds to gap offset of NCSG Pattern Id "0" with VIRP = 40ms and ML = 4ms, gapOffset of gp-ncsg1 corresponds to gap offset of of NCSG Pattern Id "1" with VIRP = 80ms and ML = 4ms, gapOffset of gp-ncsg2 corresponds to gap offset of NCSG Pattern Id "2" with VIRP = 40ms and ML = 3ms, gapOffset of gp-ncsg3 corresponds to gap offset of of NCSG Pattern Id "3" with VIRP = 80ms and ML =3ms. gapOffset of gp-nonUniform1 corresponds to gap offset of non uniform gap pattern Id "1" with LMGRP = 1280ms, gapOffset of gp-nonUniform2 corresponds to gap offset of non uniform gap pattern Id "2" with LMGRP = 2560ms, gapOffset of gp-nonUniform3 corresponds to gap offset of non uniform gap pattern Id "3" with LMGRP = 5120ms, gapOffset of gp-nonUniform4 corresponds to gap offset of non uniform gap pattern Id "4" with LMGRP = 10240ms. Also used to specify the measurement gap pattern to be applied, as defined in TS 36.133 [16]. For Gap Patterns (including non-uniform gap patterns, but excluding NCSG patterns), E-UTRAN includes the same gapOffset value (gap pattern id and gap offset) for all serving cells that are configured with a Gap Pattern. For NCSG Patterns, E-UTRAN includes gapOffset value indicating VIRP and gap offset consistent with the Gap Pattern configuration (MGRP and gap offset). Value gapOffset of gp4, gp5,…,gp11 are corresponding to gap pattern with Gap Pattern ID 4, 5,..11 respectively, see TS 38.133 [84], Table 9.1.2-1. Value gp4, gp5, …, gp11 can be applied for (NG)EN-DC, see TS 38.133 [84], Table 9.1.2-2.

servCellId

Identifies the serving cell for which measurement gap configuration is provided (setup) or deleted (release).

– MeasGapConfigDensePRS

The IE MeasGapConfigDensePRS specifies the additional measurement gap pattern configuration for RSTD measurements with dense PRS configuration, see TS 36.133 [16], Table 8.1.2.1-3. Measurement gaps are configured according to applicability rules specified in 36.133 [16], Table 8.1.2.1-3.

MeasGapConfigDensePRS information element

— ASN1START

MeasGapConfigDensePRS-r15 ::= CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup SEQUENCE {

gapOffsetDensePRS-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),

}

}

}

— ASN1STOP

MeasGapConfigDensePRS field descriptions

gapOffsetDensePRS

Indicates the gap offset for performing RSTD measurements with dense PRS configurations as specified in 5.5.2.9a corresponding to measurement gap pattern ID specified in TS 36.133 [16].

MeasGapConfigPerCC-List

The IE MeasGapConfigPerCC-List specifies the measurement gap configuration and controls setup/ release of measurement gaps.

MeasGapConfigPerCC-List information element

— ASN1START

MeasGapConfigPerCC-List-r14 ::= CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup SEQUENCE {

measGapConfigToRemoveList-r14 MeasGapConfigToRemoveList-r14 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

measGapConfigToAddModList-r14 MeasGapConfigToAddModList-r14 OPTIONAL — Need ON

}

}

MeasGapConfigToRemoveList-r14 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxServCell-r13)) OF ServCellIndex-r13

MeasGapConfigToAddModList-r14 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxServCell-r13)) OF MeasGapConfigPerCC-r14

MeasGapConfigPerCC-r14 ::= SEQUENCE {

servCellId-r14 ServCellIndex-r13,

measGapConfigCC-r14 MeasGapConfig

}

— ASN1STOP

MeasGapConfigPerCC-List field descriptions

measGapConfigToAddModList

List of serving cells and corresponding serving cell specific measurement gap configuration to add /modify.

measGapConfigToRemoveList

List of serving cells for which measurement gap configuration is removed.

MeasGapSharingConfig

The IE MeasGapSharingConfig specifies the measurement gap sharing scheme and controls setup/ release of measurement gap sharing.

MeasGapSharingConfig information element

— ASN1START

MeasGapSharingConfig-r14 ::= CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup SEQUENCE {

measGapSharingScheme-r14 ENUMERATED {scheme00, scheme01, scheme10, scheme11}

}

}

— ASN1STOP

MeasGapSharingConfig field descriptions

measGapSharingScheme

Indicates the measurement gaps sharing scheme for BL UEs in CE mode A and CE mode B and for (NG)EN-DC (for the measurement gap configured by E-UTRAN). For BL UEs, see TS 36.133 [16], Table 8.13.2.1.1.1-2 and Table 8.13.3.1.1.1-3. For (NG)EN-DC, see TS 36.133 [16], Table 8.17.1.1-1. Value scheme00 corresponds to "00", value scheme01 corresponds to "01", and so on.

MeasId

The IE MeasId is used to identify a measurement configuration, i.e., linking of a measurement object and a reporting configuration.

MeasId information element

— ASN1START

MeasId ::= INTEGER (1..maxMeasId)

MeasId-v1250 ::= INTEGER (maxMeasId-Plus1..maxMeasId-r12)

— ASN1STOP

MeasIdleConfig

The IE MeasIdleConfig is used to convey information to UE about measurements requested to be done while in RRC_IDLE or RRC_INACTIVE.

MeasIdleConfig information element

— ASN1START

MeasIdleConfigSIB-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

measIdleCarrierListEUTRA-r15 EUTRA-CarrierList-r15,

}

MeasIdleConfigDedicated-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

measIdleCarrierListEUTRA-r15 EUTRA-CarrierList-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

measIdleDuration-r15 ENUMERATED {sec10, sec30, sec60, sec120,

sec180, sec240, sec300, spare},

}

EUTRA-CarrierList-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxFreqIdle-r15)) OF MeasIdleCarrierEUTRA-r15

MeasIdleCarrierEUTRA-r15::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-r15 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-r9,

allowedMeasBandwidth-r15 AllowedMeasBandwidth,

validityArea-r15 CellList-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

measCellList-r15 CellList-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

reportQuantities ENUMERATED {rsrp, rsrq, both},

qualityThreshold-r15 SEQUENCE {

idleRSRP-Threshold-r15 RSRP-Range OPTIONAL, — Need OR

idleRSRQ-Threshold-r15 RSRQ-Range-r13 OPTIONAL — Need OR

} OPTIONAL, — Need OP

}

CellList-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellMeasIdle-r15)) OF PhysCellIdRange

— ASN1STOP

MeasIdleConfig field descriptions

allowedMeasBandwidth

If absent, the value corresponding to the downlink bandwidth indicated by the dl-Bandwidth included in MasterInformationBlock of serving cell applies.

carrierFreq

Indicates the E-UTRA carrier frequency to be used for measurements during RRC_IDLE or RRC_INACTIVE mode.

measIdleCarrierListEUTRA

Indicates the E-UTRA carriers to be measured during RRC_IDLE or RRC_INACTIVE mode.

measIdleDuration

Indicates the duration for performing measurements during RRC_IDLE or RRC_INACTIVE mode for measurements assigned via RRCConnectionRelease. Value sec10 correspond to 10 seconds, value sec30 to 30 seconds and so on.

qualityThreshold

Indicates the quality thresholds for reporting the measured cells for IDLE mode measurements. If absent, PCell and up to maxCellMeasIdle strongest identified cells are considered for idle mode measurement reporting.

reportQuantities

Indicates which measurement quantities UE is requested to report in the idle mode measurement report. In this version of the specification, E-UTRAN always configures the value ‘both‘.

measCellList

Indicates the list of cells which the UE is requested to measure and report for IDLE mode measurements.

validityArea

Indicates the list of cells within which UE is requested to do IDLE mode measurements. If the UE reselects to a cell whose physical cell identity does not match any entry in validityArea for the corresponding carrier frequency, the measurements are no longer required. E-UTRAN configures this field only in RRCConnectionRelease.

MeasIdToAddModList

The IE MeasIdToAddModList concerns a list of measurement identities to add or modify, with for each entry the measId, the associated measObjectId and the associated reportConfigId. Field measIdToAddModListExt includes additional measurement identities i.e. extends the size of the measurement identity list using the general principles specified in 5.1.2.

MeasIdToAddModList information element

— ASN1START

MeasIdToAddModList ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxMeasId)) OF MeasIdToAddMod

MeasIdToAddModList-v1310 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxMeasId)) OF MeasIdToAddMod-v1310

MeasIdToAddModListExt-r12 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxMeasId)) OF MeasIdToAddModExt-r12

MeasIdToAddModListExt-v1310 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxMeasId)) OF MeasIdToAddMod-v1310

MeasIdToAddMod ::= SEQUENCE {

measId MeasId,

measObjectId MeasObjectId,

reportConfigId ReportConfigId

}

MeasIdToAddModExt-r12 ::= SEQUENCE {

measId-v1250 MeasId-v1250,

measObjectId-r12 MeasObjectId,

reportConfigId-r12 ReportConfigId

}

MeasIdToAddMod-v1310 ::= SEQUENCE {

measObjectId-v1310 MeasObjectId-v1310 OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

MeasIdToAddModList field descriptions

measObjectId

If the measObjectId-v1310 is included, the measObjectId or measObjectId-r12 is ignored by the UE.

MeasObjectCDMA2000

The IE MeasObjectCDMA2000 specifies information applicable for inter-RAT CDMA2000 neighbouring cells.

MeasObjectCDMA2000 information element

— ASN1START

MeasObjectCDMA2000 ::= SEQUENCE {

cdma2000-Type CDMA2000-Type,

carrierFreq CarrierFreqCDMA2000,

searchWindowSize INTEGER (0..15) OPTIONAL, — Need ON

offsetFreq Q-OffsetRangeInterRAT DEFAULT 0,

cellsToRemoveList CellIndexList OPTIONAL, — Need ON

cellsToAddModList CellsToAddModListCDMA2000 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

cellForWhichToReportCGI PhysCellIdCDMA2000 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

}

CellsToAddModListCDMA2000 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellMeas)) OF CellsToAddModCDMA2000

CellsToAddModCDMA2000 ::= SEQUENCE {

cellIndex INTEGER (1..maxCellMeas),

physCellId PhysCellIdCDMA2000

}

— ASN1STOP

MeasObjectCDMA2000 field descriptions

carrierInfo

Identifies CDMA2000 carrier frequency for which this configuration is valid.

cdma2000-Type

The type of CDMA2000 network: CDMA2000 1xRTT or CDMA2000 HRPD.

cellIndex

Entry index in the neighbouring cell list.

cellsToAddModList

List of cells to add/ modify in the neighbouring cell list.

cellsToRemoveList

List of cells to remove from the neighbouring cell list.

physCellId

CDMA2000 Physical cell identity of a cell in neighbouring cell list expressed as PNOffset.

searchWindowSize

Provides the search window size to be used by the UE for the neighbouring pilot, see C.S0005 [25].

MeasObjectEUTRA

The IE MeasObjectEUTRA specifies information applicable for intra-frequency or inter-frequency E‑UTRA cells.

MeasObjectEUTRA information element

— ASN1START

MeasObjectEUTRA ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq ARFCN-ValueEUTRA,

allowedMeasBandwidth AllowedMeasBandwidth,

presenceAntennaPort1 PresenceAntennaPort1,

neighCellConfig NeighCellConfig,

offsetFreq Q-OffsetRange DEFAULT dB0,

— Cell list

cellsToRemoveList CellIndexList OPTIONAL, — Need ON

cellsToAddModList CellsToAddModList OPTIONAL, — Need ON

— Black list

blackCellsToRemoveList CellIndexList OPTIONAL, — Need ON

blackCellsToAddModList BlackCellsToAddModList OPTIONAL, — Need ON

cellForWhichToReportCGI PhysCellId OPTIONAL, — Need ON

…,

[[measCycleSCell-r10 MeasCycleSCell-r10 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

measSubframePatternConfigNeigh-r10 MeasSubframePatternConfigNeigh-r10 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[widebandRSRQ-Meas-r11 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL — Cond WB-RSRQ

]],

[[ altTTT-CellsToRemoveList-r12 CellIndexList OPTIONAL, — Need ON

altTTT-CellsToAddModList-r12 AltTTT-CellsToAddModList-r12 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

t312-r12 CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup ENUMERATED {ms0, ms50, ms100, ms200,

ms300, ms400, ms500, ms1000}

} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

reducedMeasPerformance-r12 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL, — Need ON

measDS-Config-r12 MeasDS-Config-r12 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[

whiteCellsToRemoveList-r13 CellIndexList OPTIONAL, — Need ON

whiteCellsToAddModList-r13 WhiteCellsToAddModList-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

rmtc-Config-r13 RMTC-Config-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

carrierFreq-r13 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-v9e0 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[

tx-ResourcePoolToRemoveList-r14 Tx-ResourcePoolMeasList-r14 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

tx-ResourcePoolToAddList-r14 Tx-ResourcePoolMeasList-r14 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

fembms-MixedCarrier-r14 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[

measSensing-Config-r15 MeasSensing-Config-r15 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]]

}

MeasObjectEUTRA-v9e0 ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-v9e0 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-v9e0

}

CellsToAddModList ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellMeas)) OF CellsToAddMod

CellsToAddMod ::= SEQUENCE {

cellIndex INTEGER (1..maxCellMeas),

physCellId PhysCellId,

cellIndividualOffset Q-OffsetRange

}

BlackCellsToAddModList ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellMeas)) OF BlackCellsToAddMod

BlackCellsToAddMod ::= SEQUENCE {

cellIndex INTEGER (1..maxCellMeas),

physCellIdRange PhysCellIdRange

}

MeasCycleSCell-r10 ::= ENUMERATED {sf160, sf256, sf320, sf512,

sf640, sf1024, sf1280, spare1}

MeasSubframePatternConfigNeigh-r10 ::= CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup SEQUENCE {

measSubframePatternNeigh-r10 MeasSubframePattern-r10,

measSubframeCellList-r10 MeasSubframeCellList-r10 OPTIONAL — Cond always

}

}

MeasSubframeCellList-r10 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellMeas)) OF PhysCellIdRange

AltTTT-CellsToAddModList-r12 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellMeas)) OF AltTTT-CellsToAddMod-r12

AltTTT-CellsToAddMod-r12 ::= SEQUENCE {

cellIndex-r12 INTEGER (1..maxCellMeas),

physCellIdRange-r12 PhysCellIdRange

}

WhiteCellsToAddModList-r13 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellMeas)) OF WhiteCellsToAddMod-r13

WhiteCellsToAddMod-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

cellIndex-r13 INTEGER (1..maxCellMeas),

physCellIdRange-r13 PhysCellIdRange

}

RMTC-Config-r13 ::= CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup SEQUENCE {

rmtc-Period-r13 ENUMERATED {ms40, ms80, ms160, ms320, ms640},

rmtc-SubframeOffset-r13 INTEGER(0..639) OPTIONAL, — Need ON

measDuration-r13 ENUMERATED {sym1, sym14, sym28, sym42, sym70},

}

}

Tx-ResourcePoolMeasList-r14 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxSL-PoolToMeasure-r14)) OF SL-V2X-TxPoolReportIdentity-r14

— ASN1STOP

MeasObjectEUTRA field descriptions

altTTT-CellsToAddModList

List of cells to add/ modify in the cell list for which the alternative time to trigger specified by alternativeTimeToTrigger in reportConfigEUTRA, if configured, applies.

altTTT-CellsToRemoveList

List of cells to remove from the list of cells for alternative time to trigger.

blackCellsToAddModList

List of cells to add/ modify in the black list of cells.

blackCellsToRemoveList

List of cells to remove from the black list of cells.

carrierFreq

Identifies E‑UTRA carrier frequency for which this configuration is valid. E-UTRAN does not configure more than one measurement object for the same physical frequency regardless of the E-ARFCN used to indicate this. CarrierFreq-r13 is included only when the extension list measObjectToAddModListExt-r13 is used. If carrierFreq-r13 is present, carrierFreq (i.e., without suffix) shall be set to value maxEARFCN.

cellIndex

Entry index in the cell list. An entry may concern a range of cells, in which case this value applies to the entire range.

cellIndividualOffset

Cell individual offset applicable to a specific cell. Value dB-24 corresponds to -24 dB, dB-22 corresponds to -22 dB and so on.

cellsToAddModList

List of cells to add/ modify in the cell list.

cellsToRemoveList

List of cells to remove from the cell list.

fembms-MixedCarrier

If this field is set to TRUE, the cells on the carrier frequency indicated by the measObject are FeMBMS/Unicast-mixed cells.

measCycleSCell

The parameter is used only when an SCell is configured on the frequency indicated by the measObject and is in deactivated state, see TS 36.133 [16], clause 8.3.3. E-UTRAN configures the parameter whenever an SCell is configured on the frequency indicated by the measObject, but the field may also be signalled when an SCell is not configured. Value sf160 corresponds to 160 sub-frames, sf256 corresponds to 256 sub-frames and so on.

measDS-Config

Parameters applicable to discovery signals measurement on the carrier frequency indicated by carrierFreq.

measDuration

Number of consecutive symbols for which the Physical Layer reports samples of RSSI, see TS 36.214 [48]. Value sym1 corresponds to one symbol, sym14 corresponds to 14 symbols, and so on.

measSubframeCellList

List of cells for which measSubframePatternNeigh is applied.

measSubframePatternNeigh

Time domain measurement resource restriction pattern applicable to neighbour cell RSRP and RSRQ measurements on the carrier frequency indicated by carrierFreq. For cells in measSubframeCellList the UE shall assume that the subframes indicated by measSubframePatternNeigh are non-MBSFN subframes, and have the same special subframe configuration as PCell.

offsetFreq

Offset value applicable to the carrier frequency. Value dB-24 corresponds to -24 dB, dB-22 corresponds to -22 dB and so on.

physCellId

Physical cell identity of a cell in the cell list.

physCellIdRange

Physical cell identity or a range of physical cell identities.

reducedMeasPerformance

If set to TRUE, the EUTRA carrier frequency is configured for reduced measurement performance, otherwise it is configured for normal measurement performance, see TS 36.133 [16].

rmtc-Config

Parameters applicable to RSSI and channel occupancy measurement on the carrier frequency indicated by carrierFreq.

rmtc-Period

Indicates the RSSI measurement timing configuration (RMTC) periodicity for this frequency. Value ms40 corresponds to 40 ms periodicity, ms80 corresponds to 80 ms periodicity and so on, see TS 36.214 [48].

rmtc-SubframeOffset

Indicates the RSSI measurement timing configuration (RMTC) subframe offset for this frequency. The value of rmtc-SubframeOffset should be smaller than the value of rmtc-Period, see TS 36.214 [48]. For inter-frequency measurements, this field is optional present and if it is not configured, the UE chooses a random value as rmtc-SubframeOffset for measDuration which shall be selected to be between 0 and the configured rmtc-Period with equal probability.

t312

The value of timer T312. Value ms0 represents 0 ms, ms50 represents 50 ms and so on.

tx-ResourcePoolToAddList

List of transmission pools identities to be added to the list of pools configured for CBR measurements and for which poolReportId is included in SL-V2X-ConfigDedicated, SystemInformationBlockType21 or SystemInformationBlockType26.

tx-ResourcePoolToRemoveList

List of transmission resource pools identities to be removed from the list of pools configured for CBR measurements and for which poolReportId is included in SL-V2X-ConfigDedicated, SystemInformationBlockType21 or SystemInformationBlockType26.

widebandRSRQ-Meas

If this field is set to TRUE, the UE shall, when performing RSRQ measurements, use a wider bandwidth in accordance with TS 36.133 [16].

whiteCellsToAddModList

List of cells to add/modify in the white list of cells.

whiteCellsToRemoveList

List of cells to remove from the white list of cells.

Conditional presence

Explanation

always

The field is mandatory present.

WB-RSRQ

The field is optionally present, need ON, if the measurement bandwidth indicated by allowedMeasBandwidth is 50 resource blocks or larger; otherwise it is not present and the UE shall delete any existing value for this field, if configured.

MeasObjectGERAN

The IE MeasObjectGERAN specifies information applicable for inter-RAT GERAN neighbouring frequencies.

MeasObjectGERAN information element

— ASN1START

MeasObjectGERAN ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreqs CarrierFreqsGERAN,

offsetFreq Q-OffsetRangeInterRAT DEFAULT 0,

ncc-Permitted BIT STRING(SIZE (8)) DEFAULT ‘11111111’B,

cellForWhichToReportCGI PhysCellIdGERAN OPTIONAL, — Need ON

}

— ASN1STOP

MeasObjectGERAN field descriptions

ncc-Permitted

Field encoded as a bit map, where bit N is set to "0" if a BCCH carrier with NCC = N-1 is not permitted for monitoring and set to "1" if a BCCH carrier with NCC = N-1 is permitted for monitoring; N = 1 to 8; bit 1 of the bitmap is the leading bit of the bit string.

carrierFreqs

If E-UTRAN includes cellForWhichToReportCGI, it includes only one GERAN ARFCN value in carrierFreqs.

MeasObjectId

The IE MeasObjectId used to identify a measurement object configuration.

MeasObjectId information element

— ASN1START

MeasObjectId ::= INTEGER (1..maxObjectId)

MeasObjectId-v1310 ::= INTEGER (maxObjectId-Plus1-r13..maxObjectId-r13)

MeasObjectId-r13 ::= INTEGER (1..maxObjectId-r13)

— ASN1STOP

MeasObjectNR

The IE MeasObjectNR specifies information applicable for inter-RAT NR neighbouring cells.

MeasObjectNR information element

— ASN1START

MeasObjectNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-r15 ARFCN-ValueNR-r15,

rs-ConfigSSB-r15 RS-ConfigSSB-NR-r15,

threshRS-Index-r15 ThresholdListNR-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

maxRS-IndexCellQual-r15 MaxRS-IndexCellQualNR-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

offsetFreq-r15 Q-OffsetRangeInterRAT DEFAULT 0,

blackCellsToRemoveList-r15 CellIndexList OPTIONAL, — Need ON

blackCellsToAddModList-r15 CellsToAddModListNR-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

quantityConfigSet-r15 INTEGER (1..maxQuantSetsNR-r15),

cellsForWhichToReportSFTD-r15 SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellSFTD)) OF PhysCellIdNR-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need OR

…,

[[ cellForWhichToReportCGI-r15 PhysCellIdNR-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

deriveSSB-IndexFromCell-r15 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL, — Need ON

ss-RSSI-Measurement-r15 SS-RSSI-Measurement-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

bandNR-r15 CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup FreqBandIndicatorNR-r15

} OPTIONAL — Need ON

]]

}

RS-ConfigSSB-NR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

measTimingConfig-r15 MTC-SSB-NR-r15,

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

…,

[[ ssb-ToMeasure-r15 CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup SSB-ToMeasure-r15

} OPTIONAL — Need ON

]]

}

CellsToAddModListNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellMeas)) OF CellsToAddModNR-r15

CellsToAddModNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

cellIndex-r15 INTEGER (1..maxCellMeas),

physCellId-r15 PhysCellIdNR-r15

}

— ASN1STOP

MeasObjectNR field descriptions

bandNR

Indicates the frequency band of the NR carrier frequency configured in this MeasObjectNR. This field is always set to setup when the network configures measurements with this MeasObjectNR.

carrierFreq

Identifies the SSB frequency to be measured. E-UTRAN does not configure more than one measurement object for the same SSB frequency.

deriveSSB-IndexFromCell

The field indicates whether the UE may use, to derive the SSB index of a cell on the indicated SSB frequency and subcarrier spacing, the timing of the NR serving cell with the same SSB frequency and subcarrier spacing if configured. Otherwise, the field indicates whether the UE may use the timing of any detected cell with the same SSB frequency and subcarrier spacing.

quantityConfigSet

Indicates the n-th element of quantityConfigNRList provided in MeasConfig.

rs-ConfigSSB

Indicates the SSB configuration for measuring the set of SS blocks within the SMTC measurement duration.

threshRS-Index

List of thresholds for consolidation of L1 measurements per RS index.

MeasObjectToAddModList

The IE MeasObjectToAddModList concerns a list of measurement objects to add or modify

MeasObjectToAddModList information element

— ASN1START

MeasObjectToAddModList ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxObjectId)) OF MeasObjectToAddMod

MeasObjectToAddModListExt-r13 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxObjectId)) OF MeasObjectToAddModExt-r13

MeasObjectToAddModList-v9e0 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxObjectId)) OF MeasObjectToAddMod-v9e0

MeasObjectToAddMod ::= SEQUENCE {

measObjectId MeasObjectId,

measObject CHOICE {

measObjectEUTRA MeasObjectEUTRA,

measObjectUTRA MeasObjectUTRA,

measObjectGERAN MeasObjectGERAN,

measObjectCDMA2000 MeasObjectCDMA2000,

…,

measObjectWLAN-r13 MeasObjectWLAN-r13,

measObjectNR-r15 MeasObjectNR-r15

}

}

MeasObjectToAddModExt-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

measObjectId-r13 MeasObjectId-v1310,

measObject-r13 CHOICE {

measObjectEUTRA-r13 MeasObjectEUTRA,

measObjectUTRA-r13 MeasObjectUTRA,

measObjectGERAN-r13 MeasObjectGERAN,

measObjectCDMA2000-r13 MeasObjectCDMA2000,

…,

measObjectWLAN-v1320 MeasObjectWLAN-r13,

measObjectNR-r15 MeasObjectNR-r15

}

}

MeasObjectToAddMod-v9e0 ::= SEQUENCE {

measObjectEUTRA-v9e0 MeasObjectEUTRA-v9e0 OPTIONAL — Cond eutra

}

— ASN1STOP

Conditional presence

Explanation

eutra

The field is optional present, need OR, if for the corresponding entry in MeasObjectToAddModList or MeasObjectToAddModListExt-r13 field measObject is set to measObjectEUTRA and its sub-field carrierFreq is set to maxEARFCN. Otherwise the field is not present and the UE shall delete any existing value for this field.

MeasObjectUTRA

The IE MeasObjectUTRA specifies information applicable for inter-RAT UTRA neighbouring cells.

MeasObjectUTRA information element

— ASN1START

MeasObjectUTRA ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq ARFCN-ValueUTRA,

offsetFreq Q-OffsetRangeInterRAT DEFAULT 0,

cellsToRemoveList CellIndexList OPTIONAL, — Need ON

cellsToAddModList CHOICE {

cellsToAddModListUTRA-FDD CellsToAddModListUTRA-FDD,

cellsToAddModListUTRA-TDD CellsToAddModListUTRA-TDD

} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

cellForWhichToReportCGI CHOICE {

utra-FDD PhysCellIdUTRA-FDD,

utra-TDD PhysCellIdUTRA-TDD

} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

…,

[[ csg-allowedReportingCells-v930 CSG-AllowedReportingCells-r9 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ reducedMeasPerformance-r12 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL — Need ON

]]

}

CellsToAddModListUTRA-FDD ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellMeas)) OF CellsToAddModUTRA-FDD

CellsToAddModUTRA-FDD ::= SEQUENCE {

cellIndex INTEGER (1..maxCellMeas),

physCellId PhysCellIdUTRA-FDD

}

CellsToAddModListUTRA-TDD ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellMeas)) OF CellsToAddModUTRA-TDD

CellsToAddModUTRA-TDD ::= SEQUENCE {

cellIndex INTEGER (1..maxCellMeas),

physCellId PhysCellIdUTRA-TDD

}

CSG-AllowedReportingCells-r9 ::= SEQUENCE {

physCellIdRangeUTRA-FDDList-r9 PhysCellIdRangeUTRA-FDDList-r9 OPTIONAL — Need OR

}

— ASN1STOP

MeasObjectUTRA field descriptions

carrierFreq

Identifies UTRA carrier frequency for which this configuration is valid. E-UTRAN does not configure more than one measurement object for the same physical frequency regardless of the ARFCN used to indicate this.

cellIndex

Entry index in the neighbouring cell list.

cellsToAddModListUTRA-FDD

List of UTRA FDD cells to add/ modify in the neighbouring cell list.

cellsToAddModListUTRA-TDD

List of UTRA TDD cells to add/modify in the neighbouring cell list.

cellsToRemoveList

List of cells to remove from the neighbouring cell list.

csg-allowedReportingCells

One or more ranges of physical cell identities for which UTRA-FDD reporting is allowed.

reducedMeasPerformance

If set to TRUE the UTRA carrier frequency is configured for reduced measurement performance, otherwise it is configured for normal measurement performance, see TS 36.133 [16].

MeasObjectWLAN

The IE MeasObjectWLAN specifies information applicable for inter-RAT WLAN measurements. E-UTRAN configures at least one WLAN identifier in the MeasObjectWLAN.

— ASN1START

MeasObjectWLAN-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-r13 CHOICE {

bandIndicatorListWLAN-r13 SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxWLAN-Bands-r13)) OF WLAN-BandIndicator-r13,

carrierInfoListWLAN-r13 SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxWLAN-CarrierInfo-r13)) OF WLAN-CarrierInfo-r13

} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

wlan-ToAddModList-r13 WLAN-Id-List-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

wlan-ToRemoveList-r13 WLAN-Id-List-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

}

WLAN-BandIndicator-r13 ::= ENUMERATED {band2dot4, band5, band60-v1430, spare5, spare4, spare3, spare2, spare1, …}

— ASN1STOP

MeasObjectWLAN field descriptions

bandIndicatorListWLAN

Includes the list of WLAN bands. Value band2dot4 indicates the 2.4GHz band, value band5 indicates the 5GHz band and value band60 indicates the 60GHz band.

carrierInfoListWLAN

Includes the list of WLAN carrier information for the measurement object.

wlan-ToAddModList

Includes the list of WLAN identifiers to be added to the measurement configuration.

wlan-ToRemoveList

Includes the list of WLAN identifiers to be removed from the measurement configuration.

MeasResults

The IE MeasResults covers measured results for intra-frequency, inter-frequency and inter- RAT mobility and for idle mode measurements in RRC_IDLE or RRC_INACTIVE.

MeasResults information element

— ASN1START

MeasResults ::= SEQUENCE {

measId MeasId,

measResultPCell SEQUENCE {

rsrpResult RSRP-Range,

rsrqResult RSRQ-Range

},

measResultNeighCells CHOICE {

measResultListEUTRA MeasResultListEUTRA,

measResultListUTRA MeasResultListUTRA,

measResultListGERAN MeasResultListGERAN,

measResultsCDMA2000 MeasResultsCDMA2000,

…,

measResultNeighCellListNR-r15 MeasResultCellListNR-r15

} OPTIONAL,

…,

[[ measResultForECID-r9 MeasResultForECID-r9 OPTIONAL

]],

[[ locationInfo-r10 LocationInfo-r10 OPTIONAL,

measResultServFreqList-r10 MeasResultServFreqList-r10 OPTIONAL

]],

[[ measId-v1250 MeasId-v1250 OPTIONAL,

measResultPCell-v1250 RSRQ-Range-v1250 OPTIONAL,

measResultCSI-RS-List-r12 MeasResultCSI-RS-List-r12 OPTIONAL

]],

[[ measResultForRSSI-r13 MeasResultForRSSI-r13 OPTIONAL,

measResultServFreqListExt-r13 MeasResultServFreqListExt-r13 OPTIONAL,

measResultSSTD-r13 MeasResultSSTD-r13 OPTIONAL,

measResultPCell-v1310 SEQUENCE {

rs-sinr-Result-r13 RS-SINR-Range-r13

} OPTIONAL,

ul-PDCP-DelayResultList-r13 UL-PDCP-DelayResultList-r13 OPTIONAL,

measResultListWLAN-r13 MeasResultListWLAN-r13 OPTIONAL

]],

[[ measResultPCell-v1360 RSRP-Range-v1360 OPTIONAL

]],

[[ measResultListCBR-r14 MeasResultListCBR-r14 OPTIONAL,

measResultListWLAN-r14 MeasResultListWLAN-r14 OPTIONAL

]],

[[ measResultServFreqListNR-r15 MeasResultServFreqListNR-r15 OPTIONAL,

measResultCellListSFTD-r15 MeasResultCellListSFTD-r15 OPTIONAL

]],

[[ logMeasResultListBT-r15 LogMeasResultListBT-r15 OPTIONAL,

logMeasResultListWLAN-r15 LogMeasResultListWLAN-r15 OPTIONAL,

measResultSensing-r15 MeasResultSensing-r15 OPTIONAL,

heightUE-r15 INTEGER (-400..8880) OPTIONAL

]]

}

MeasResultListEUTRA ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellReport)) OF MeasResultEUTRA

MeasResultEUTRA ::= SEQUENCE {

physCellId PhysCellId,

cgi-Info SEQUENCE {

cellGlobalId CellGlobalIdEUTRA,

trackingAreaCode TrackingAreaCode,

plmn-IdentityList PLMN-IdentityList2 OPTIONAL

} OPTIONAL,

measResult SEQUENCE {

rsrpResult RSRP-Range OPTIONAL,

rsrqResult RSRQ-Range OPTIONAL,

…,

[[ additionalSI-Info-r9 AdditionalSI-Info-r9 OPTIONAL

]],

[[ primaryPLMN-Suitable-r12 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

measResult-v1250 RSRQ-Range-v1250 OPTIONAL

]],

[[ rs-sinr-Result-r13 RS-SINR-Range-r13 OPTIONAL,

cgi-Info-v1310 SEQUENCE {

freqBandIndicator-r13 FreqBandIndicator-r11 OPTIONAL,

multiBandInfoList-r13 MultiBandInfoList-r11 OPTIONAL,

freqBandIndicatorPriority-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL

} OPTIONAL

]],

[[

measResult-v1360 RSRP-Range-v1360 OPTIONAL

]],

[[

cgi-Info-5GC-r15 SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxPLMN-r11)) OF CellAccessRelatedInfo-5GC-r15 OPTIONAL

]]

}

}

MeasResultListIdle-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxIdleMeasCarriers-r15)) OF MeasResultIdle-r15

MeasResultIdle-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

measResultServingCell-r15 SEQUENCE {

rsrpResult-r15 RSRP-Range,

rsrqResult-r15 RSRQ-Range-r13

},

measResultNeighCells-r15 CHOICE {

measResultIdleListEUTRA-r15 MeasResultIdleListEUTRA-r15,

} OPTIONAL,

}

MeasResultIdleListEUTRA-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellMeasIdle-r15)) OF MeasResultIdleEUTRA-r15

MeasResultIdleEUTRA-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-r15 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-r9,

physCellId-r15 PhysCellId,

measResult-r15 SEQUENCE {

rsrpResult-r15 RSRP-Range,

rsrqResult-r15 RSRQ-Range-r13

},

}

MeasResultServFreqListNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxServCell-r13)) OF MeasResultServFreqNR-r15

MeasResultServFreqNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-r15 ARFCN-ValueNR-r15,

measResultSCell-r15 MeasResultCellNR-r15 OPTIONAL,

measResultBestNeighCell-r15 MeasResultCellNR-r15 OPTIONAL,

}

MeasResultCellListNR-r15::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellReport)) OF MeasResultCellNR-r15

MeasResultCellNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

pci-r15 PhysCellIdNR-r15,

measResultCell-r15 MeasResultNR-r15,

measResultRS-IndexList-r15 MeasResultSSB-IndexList-r15 OPTIONAL,

…,

[[ cgi-Info-r15 CGI-InfoNR-r15 OPTIONAL

]]

}

MeasResultNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

rsrpResult-r15 RSRP-RangeNR-r15 OPTIONAL,

rsrqResult-r15 RSRQ-RangeNR-r15 OPTIONAL,

rs-sinr-Result-r15 RS-SINR-RangeNR-r15 OPTIONAL,

}

MeasResultSSB-IndexList-r15::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxRS-IndexReport-r15)) OF MeasResultSSB-Index-r15

MeasResultSSB-Index-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

ssb-Index-r15 RS-IndexNR-r15,

measResultSSB-Index-r15 MeasResultNR-r15 OPTIONAL,

}

MeasResultServFreqList-r10 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxServCell-r10)) OF MeasResultServFreq-r10

MeasResultServFreqListExt-r13 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxServCell-r13)) OF MeasResultServFreq-r13

MeasResultServFreq-r10 ::= SEQUENCE {

servFreqId-r10 ServCellIndex-r10,

measResultSCell-r10 SEQUENCE {

rsrpResultSCell-r10 RSRP-Range,

rsrqResultSCell-r10 RSRQ-Range

} OPTIONAL,

measResultBestNeighCell-r10 SEQUENCE {

physCellId-r10 PhysCellId,

rsrpResultNCell-r10 RSRP-Range,

rsrqResultNCell-r10 RSRQ-Range

} OPTIONAL,

…,

[[ measResultSCell-v1250 RSRQ-Range-v1250 OPTIONAL,

measResultBestNeighCell-v1250 RSRQ-Range-v1250 OPTIONAL

]],

[[ measResultSCell-v1310 SEQUENCE {

rs-sinr-Result-r13 RS-SINR-Range-r13

} OPTIONAL,

measResultBestNeighCell-v1310 SEQUENCE {

rs-sinr-Result-r13 RS-SINR-Range-r13

} OPTIONAL

]]

}

MeasResultServFreq-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

servFreqId-r13 ServCellIndex-r13,

measResultSCell-r13 SEQUENCE {

rsrpResultSCell-r13 RSRP-Range,

rsrqResultSCell-r13 RSRQ-Range-r13,

rs-sinr-Result-r13 RS-SINR-Range-r13 OPTIONAL

} OPTIONAL,

measResultBestNeighCell-r13 SEQUENCE {

physCellId-r13 PhysCellId,

rsrpResultNCell-r13 RSRP-Range,

rsrqResultNCell-r13 RSRQ-Range-r13,

rs-sinr-Result-r13 RS-SINR-Range-r13 OPTIONAL

} OPTIONAL,

…,

[[ measResultBestNeighCell-v1360 SEQUENCE {

rsrpResultNCell-v1360 RSRP-Range-v1360

} OPTIONAL

]]

}

MeasResultCSI-RS-List-r12 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellReport)) OF MeasResultCSI-RS-r12

MeasResultCSI-RS-r12 ::= SEQUENCE {

measCSI-RS-Id-r12 MeasCSI-RS-Id-r12,

csi-RSRP-Result-r12 CSI-RSRP-Range-r12,

}

MeasResultListUTRA ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellReport)) OF MeasResultUTRA

MeasResultUTRA ::= SEQUENCE {

physCellId CHOICE {

fdd PhysCellIdUTRA-FDD,

tdd PhysCellIdUTRA-TDD

},

cgi-Info SEQUENCE {

cellGlobalId CellGlobalIdUTRA,

locationAreaCode BIT STRING (SIZE (16)) OPTIONAL,

routingAreaCode BIT STRING (SIZE (8)) OPTIONAL,

plmn-IdentityList PLMN-IdentityList2 OPTIONAL

} OPTIONAL,

measResult SEQUENCE {

utra-RSCP INTEGER (-5..91) OPTIONAL,

utra-EcN0 INTEGER (0..49) OPTIONAL,

…,

[[ additionalSI-Info-r9 AdditionalSI-Info-r9 OPTIONAL

]],

[[ primaryPLMN-Suitable-r12 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL

]]

}

}

MeasResultListGERAN ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellReport)) OF MeasResultGERAN

MeasResultGERAN ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq CarrierFreqGERAN,

physCellId PhysCellIdGERAN,

cgi-Info SEQUENCE {

cellGlobalId CellGlobalIdGERAN,

routingAreaCode BIT STRING (SIZE (8)) OPTIONAL

} OPTIONAL,

measResult SEQUENCE {

rssi INTEGER (0..63),

}

}

MeasResultsCDMA2000 ::= SEQUENCE {

preRegistrationStatusHRPD BOOLEAN,

measResultListCDMA2000 MeasResultListCDMA2000

}

MeasResultListCDMA2000 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellReport)) OF MeasResultCDMA2000

MeasResultCDMA2000 ::= SEQUENCE {

physCellId PhysCellIdCDMA2000,

cgi-Info CellGlobalIdCDMA2000 OPTIONAL,

measResult SEQUENCE {

pilotPnPhase INTEGER (0..32767) OPTIONAL,

pilotStrength INTEGER (0..63),

}

}

MeasResultListWLAN-r13 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellReport)) OF MeasResultWLAN-r13

MeasResultListWLAN-r14 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxWLAN-Id-Report-r14)) OF MeasResultWLAN-r13

MeasResultWLAN-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

wlan-Identifiers-r13 WLAN-Identifiers-r12,

carrierInfoWLAN-r13 WLAN-CarrierInfo-r13 OPTIONAL,

bandWLAN-r13 WLAN-BandIndicator-r13 OPTIONAL,

rssiWLAN-r13 WLAN-RSSI-Range-r13,

availableAdmissionCapacityWLAN-r13 INTEGER (0..31250) OPTIONAL,

backhaulDL-BandwidthWLAN-r13 WLAN-backhaulRate-r12 OPTIONAL,

backhaulUL-BandwidthWLAN-r13 WLAN-backhaulRate-r12 OPTIONAL,

channelUtilizationWLAN-r13 INTEGER (0..255) OPTIONAL,

stationCountWLAN-r13 INTEGER (0..65535) OPTIONAL,

connectedWLAN-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL,

}

MeasResultListCBR-r14 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCBR-Report-r14)) OF MeasResultCBR-r14

MeasResultCBR-r14 ::= SEQUENCE {

poolIdentity-r14 SL-V2X-TxPoolReportIdentity-r14,

cbr-PSSCH-r14 SL-CBR-r14,

cbr-PSCCH-r14 SL-CBR-r14 OPTIONAL

}

MeasResultSensing-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

sl-SubframeRef-r15 INTEGER (0..10239),

sensingResult-r15 SEQUENCE (SIZE (0..400)) OF SensingResult-r15

}

SensingResult-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

resourceIndex-r15 INTEGER (1..2000)

}

MeasResultForECID-r9 ::= SEQUENCE {

ue-RxTxTimeDiffResult-r9 INTEGER (0..4095),

currentSFN-r9 BIT STRING (SIZE (10))

}

PLMN-IdentityList2 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..5)) OF PLMN-Identity

AdditionalSI-Info-r9 ::= SEQUENCE {

csg-MemberStatus-r9 ENUMERATED {member} OPTIONAL,

csg-Identity-r9 CSG-Identity OPTIONAL

}

MeasResultForRSSI-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

rssi-Result-r13 RSSI-Range-r13,

channelOccupancy-r13 INTEGER (0..100),

}

UL-PDCP-DelayResultList-r13 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxQCI-r13)) OF UL-PDCP-DelayResult-r13

UL-PDCP-DelayResult-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

qci-Id-r13 ENUMERATED {qci1, qci2, qci3, qci4, spare4, spare3, spare2, spare1},

excessDelay-r13 INTEGER (0..31),

}

CGI-InfoNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

plmn-IdentityInfoList-r15 PLMN-IdentityInfoListNR-r15 OPTIONAL,

frequencyBandList-r15 MultiFrequencyBandListNR-r15 OPTIONAL,

noSIB1-r15 SEQUENCE {

ssb-SubcarrierOffset-r15 INTEGER (0..15),

pdcch-ConfigSIB1-r15 INTEGER (0..255)

} OPTIONAL,

}

CellIdentityNR-r15 ::= BIT STRING (SIZE (36))

PLMN-IdentityListNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxPLMN-NR-r15)) OF PLMN-Identity

PLMN-IdentityInfoListNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxPLMN-NR-r15)) OF PLMN-IdentityInfoNR-r15

PLMN-IdentityInfoNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

plmn-IdentityList-r15 PLMN-IdentityListNR-r15,

trackingAreaCode-r15 TrackingAreaCodeNR-r15 OPTIONAL,

ran-AreaCode-r15 RAN-AreaCode-r15 OPTIONAL,

cellIdentity-r15 CellIdentityNR-r15

}

TrackingAreaCodeNR-r15 ::= BIT STRING (SIZE (24))

— ASN1STOP

MeasResults field descriptions

availableAdmissionCapacityWLAN

Indicates the available admission capacity of WLAN as defined in IEEE 802.11-2012 [67].

backhaulDL-BandwidthWLAN

Indicates the backhaul available downlink bandwidth of WLAN, equal to Downlink Speed times Downlink Load defined in Wi-Fi Alliance Hotspot 2.0 [76].

backhaulUL-BandwidthWLAN

Indicates the backhaul available uplink bandwidth of WLAN, equal to Uplink Speed times Uplink Load defined in Wi-Fi Alliance Hotspot 2.0 [76].

bandWLAN

Indicates the WLAN band.

carrierFreq

Indicates the carrier frequency. Within MeasResultIdleListEUTRA-r15, UE only includes measurements with the same carrier frequency.

carrierInfoWLAN

Indicates the WLAN channel information.

cbr-PSSCH

Indicates the CBR measurement results on the PSSCH of the pool indicated by poolIdentity. If adjacencyPSCCH-PSSCH is set to TRUE for the pool indicated by pooIIdentity, this field indicates the CBR measurement of both the PSSCH and PSCCH resources which are measured together.

cbr-PSCCH

Indicates the CBR measurement results on the PSCCH of the pool indicated by poolIdentity. This field is only included if adjacencyPSCCH-PSSCH is set to FALSE for the pool indicated by pooIIdentity.

channelOccupancy

Indicates the percentage of samples when the RSSI was above the configured channelOccupancyThreshold for the associated reportConfig.

channelUtilizationWLAN

Indicates WLAN channel utilization as defined in IEEE 802.11-2012 [67].

connectedWLAN

Indicates whether the UE is connected to the WLAN for which the measurement results are applicable.

csg-MemberStatus

Indicates whether or not the UE is a member of the CSG of the neighbour cell.

currentSFN

Indicates the current system frame number when receiving the UE Rx-Tx time difference measurement results from lower layer.

excessDelay

Indicates excess queueing delay ratio in UL, according to excess delay ratio measurement report mapping table, as defined in TS 36.314 [71], Table 4.2.1.1.1-1.

heightUE

Indicates height of the UE in meters relative to the sea level. Value 0 corresponds to sea level (i.e., negative value indicates depth of the UE below sea level). Value -400 corresponds to -400 m, value -399 corresponds to -399 m and so on.

locationAreaCode

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

measId

Identifies the measurement identity for which the reporting is being performed. If the measId-v1250 is included, the measId (i.e. without a suffix) is ignored by eNB.

measResult

Measured result of an E‑UTRA cell;

Measured result of a UTRA cell;

Measured result of a GERAN cell or frequency;

Measured result of a CDMA2000 cell;

Measured result of a WLAN;

Measured result of UE Rx–Tx time difference;

Measured result of UE SFN, radio frame and subframe timing difference; or

Measured result of RSSI and channel occupancy.

measResultCSI-RS-List

Measured results of the CSI-RS resources in discovery signals measurement.

measResultListCDMA2000

List of measured results for the maximum number of reported best cells for a CDMA2000 measurement identity.

measResultListEUTRA

List of measured results for the maximum number of reported best cells for an E‑UTRA measurement identity. For UE supporting CE Mode B, when CE mode B is not restricted by upper layers, measResult-v1360 is reported if the measured RSRP is less than -140 dBm.

measResultListGERAN

List of measured results for the maximum number of reported best cells or frequencies for a GERAN measurement identity.

measResultListSFTD

List of measured SFTD results for the reported cells for a NR measurement identity.

measResultListUTRA

List of measured results for the maximum number of reported best cells for a UTRA measurement identity.

measResultListWLAN

List of measured results for the maximum number of reported best WLAN outside the WLAN mobility set and connected WLAN, if any, for a WLAN measurement identity.

measResultPCell

Measured result of the PCell. For BL UEs or UEs in CE, when operating in CE Mode B, measResultPCell-v1360 is reported if the measured RSRP is less than -140 dBm.

measResultsCDMA2000

Contains the CDMA2000 HRPD pre-registration status and the list of CDMA2000 measurements.

MeasResultServFreqList

Measured results of the serving frequencies: the measurement result of each SCell, if any, and of the best neighbouring cell on each serving frequency. For UE supporting CE Mode B, when CE mode B is not restricted by upper layers, measResultBestNeighCell-v1360 is reported if the measured RSRP is less than -140 dBm.

measResultServingCell

Measured results of the serving cell (i.e., PCell) from IDLE mode measurements.

noSIB1

Contains ssb-SubcarrierOffset and pdcch-ConfigSIB1 fields acquired by the UE from MIB of the cell for which report CGI procedure was requested by the network in case SIB1 was not broadcast by the cell.

pilotPnPhase

Indicates the arrival time of a CDMA2000 pilot, measured relative to the UE’s time reference in units of PN chips, see C.S0005 [25]. This information is used in either SRVCC handover or enhanced 1xRTT CS fallback procedure to CDMA2000 1xRTT.

pilotStrength

CDMA2000 Pilot Strength, the ratio of pilot power to total power in the signal bandwidth of a CDMA2000 Forward Channel. See C.S0005 [25] for CDMA2000 1xRTT and C.S0024 [26] for CDMA2000 HRPD.

poolIdentity

The identity of the transmission resource pool which is corresponding to the poolReportId configured in a resource pool for V2X sidelink communication.

plmn-IdentityList

The list of PLMN Identity read from broadcast information when the multiple PLMN Identities are broadcast.

preRegistrationStatusHRPD

Set to TRUE if the UE is currently pre-registered with CDMA2000 HRPD. Otherwise set to FALSE. This can be ignored by the eNB for CDMA2000 1xRTT.

qci-Id

Indicates QCI value for which excessDelay is provided, according to TS 36.314 [71].

resourceIndex

Indicates the available resource candidates within the [T1, T2] window as specified in TS 36.213 [23]. clause 14.1.1.6. Value 1 indicates the resource candidate on the subframe indicated by sl-SubframeRef, from subchannel 0 to sensingSubchannelNumber-1. Value 2 indicates the resource candidate on the first subframe following the subframe indicated by sl-SubframeRef, from subchannel 0 to sensingSubchannelNumber-1 (Value 101 indicates the resource candidate on the subframe indicated by sl-SubframeRef, from subchannel 1 to sensingSubchannelNumber, if the numSubchannel of the resource pool is larger than sensingSubchannelNumber) and so on.

routingAreaCode

The RAC identity read from broadcast information, as defined in TS 23.003 [27].

rsrpResult

Measured RSRP result of an E‑UTRA cell.

The rsrpResult is only reported if configured by the eNB.

rsrqResult

Measured RSRQ result of an E‑UTRA cell.

The rsrqResult is only reported if configured by the eNB.

rssi

GERAN Carrier RSSI. RXLEV is mapped to a value between 0 and 63, TS 45.008 [28]. When mapping the RXLEV value to the RSSI bit string, the first/leftmost bit of the bit string contains the most significant bit.

rssi-Result

Measured RSSI result in dBm.

rs-sinr-Result

Measured RS-SINR result of an E‑UTRA or NR cell. The rs-sinr-Result is only reported if configured by the eNB.

rssiWLAN

Measured WLAN RSSI result in dBm.

sl-SubframeRef

Indicates the subframe corresponding to n+T1 used to obtain the sensing measurement results (see TS 36.213 [23]). Specifically, the value indicates the timing offset with respect to subframe#0 of DFN#0 in milliseconds.

stationCountWLAN

Indicates the total number stations currently associated with this WLAN as defined in IEEE 802.11-2012 [67].

ue-RxTxTimeDiffResult

UE Rx-Tx time difference measurement result of the PCell, provided by lower layers. If ue-RxTxTimeDiffPeriodicalTDD-r13 is set to TRUE, the measurement mapping is according to EUTRAN TDD UE Rx-Tx time difference report mapping in TS 36.133 [16] and measurement result includes NTAoffset, else the measurement mapping is according to EUTRAN FDD UE Rx-Tx time difference report mapping in TS 36.133 [16].

utra-EcN0

According to CPICH_Ec/No in TS 25.133 [29] for FDD. Fourteen spare values. The field is not present for TDD.

utra-RSCP

According to CPICH_RSCP in TS 25.133 [29] for FDD and P-CCPCH_RSCP in TS 25.123 [30] for TDD. Thirty-one spare values.

wlan-Identifiers

Indicates the WLAN parameters used for identification of the WLAN for which the measurement results are applicable.

– MeasResultCellSFTD

The IE MeasResultCellSFTD consists of SFN and radio frame boundary difference between the PCell and an NR cell as specified in TS 38.215 [89] and TS 38.133 [84].

MeasResultCellSFTD information element

— ASN1START

MeasResultCellListSFTD-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxCellSFTD)) OF MeasResultCellSFTD-r15

MeasResultCellSFTD-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

physCellId-r15 PhysCellIdNR-r15,

sfn-OffsetResult-r15 INTEGER (0..1023),

frameBoundaryOffsetResult-r15 INTEGER (-30720..30719),

rsrpResult-r15 RSRP-RangeNR-r15 OPTIONAL

}

— ASN1STOP

MeasResultCellSFTD field descriptions

physCellId

Indicates the physical layer identity (PCI) of an NR cell.

sfn-OffsetResult

Indicates the SFN difference between the PCell and the NR cell as an integer value according to TS 38.215 [89].

frameBoundaryOffsetResult

Indicates the frame boundary difference between the PCell and the NR cell as an integer value according to TS 38.215 [89].

rsrpResult

Measured RSRP result of an NR cell.

MeasResultSCG-FailureMRDC

The IE MeasResultSCG-FailureMRDC is used to provide measurement information concerning E-UTRA measurements upon SCG failure detected by a UE configured with NE-DC.

MeasResultSCG-FailureMRDC information element

— ASN1START

MeasResultSCG-FailureMRDC-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

measResultFreqListEUTRA-r15 MeasResultList3EUTRA-r15,

}

MeasResultList3EUTRA-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxFreq)) OF MeasResult3EUTRA-r15

MeasResult3EUTRA-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

carrierFreq-r15 ARFCN-ValueEUTRA-r9,

measResultServingCell-r15 MeasResultEUTRA OPTIONAL,

measResultNeighCellList-r15 MeasResultListEUTRA OPTIONAL,

}

— ASN1STOP

– MeasResultSSTD

The IE MeasResultSSTD consists of SFN, radio frame and subframe boundary difference between the PCell and the PSCell as specified in TS 36.214 [48] and TS 36.133 [16].

MeasResultSSTD information element

— ASN1START

MeasResultSSTD-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

sfn-OffsetResult-r13 INTEGER (0..1023),

frameBoundaryOffsetResult-r13 INTEGER (-5..4),

subframeBoundaryOffsetResult-r13 INTEGER (0..127)

}

— ASN1STOP

MeasResultSSTD field descriptions

sfn-OffsetResult

Indicates the SFN difference between the PCell and the PSCell as an integer value according to TS 36.214 [48].

frameBoundaryOffsetResult

Indicates the frame boundary difference between the PCell and the PSCell as an integer value according to TS 36.214 [48].

subframeBoundaryOffsetResult

Indicates the subframe boundary difference between the PCell and the PSCell as an integer value according to the mapping table in TS 36.133 [16].

MeasScaleFactor

The IE MeasScaleFactor specifies the factor for scaling the measurement performance requirements in TS 36.133 [16].

MeasScaleFactor information element

— ASN1START

MeasScaleFactor-r12 ::= ENUMERATED {sf-EUTRA-cf1, sf-EUTRA-cf2}

— ASN1STOP

NOTE: If the reducedMeasPerformance is not included in any measObjectEUTRA or measObjectUTRA and the measScaleFactor is included in the measConfig, E-UTRAN can configure any of the values for the measScaleFactor as specified in TS 36.133 [16].

MeasSensing-Config

The IE MeasSensing-Config specifies the input factors for sensing measurement as specified in TS 36.213 [23].

MeasSensing-Config information element

— ASN1START

MeasSensing-Config-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

sensingSubchannelNumber-r15 INTEGER (1..20),

sensingPeriodicity-r15 ENUMERATED {ms20, ms50, ms100, ms200,

ms300, ms400, ms500, ms600,

ms700, ms800, ms900, ms1000},

sensingReselectionCounter-r15 INTEGER (5..75),

sensingPriority-r15 INTEGER (1..8)

}

— ASN1STOP

MeasSensing-Config field descriptions

sensingReselectionCounter

Indicate the value of SL_RESOURCE_RESELECTION_COUNTER, which is used to derive, as specified in TS 36.213 [23], clause 14.1.1.6.

sensingSubchannelNumber

Indicate the number of sub-channels, i.e., parameter, as specified in TS 36.213 [23], clause 14.1.1.6.

sensingPeriodicity

Indicate the resource reservation interval, i.e., parameter, as specified in TS 36.213 [23], clause 14.1.1.6.

sensingPriority

Indicate the priority, i.e., parameter as specified in TS 36.213 [23], clause 14.1.1.6.

– MTC-SSB-NR

The IE MTC-SSB-NR specifies the SS/PBCH block measurement timing configuration (SMTC) applicable for SSB based NR measurements i.e. the time occasions for performing these measurements, see 5.5.2.13.

MTC-SSB-NR information elements

— ASN1START

MTC-SSB-NR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

periodicityAndOffset-r15 CHOICE {

sf5-r15 INTEGER (0..4),

sf10-r15 INTEGER (0..9),

sf20-r15 INTEGER (0..19),

sf40-r15 INTEGER (0..39),

sf80-r15 INTEGER (0..79),

sf160-r15 INTEGER (0..159)

},

ssb-Duration-r15 ENUMERATED {sf1, sf2, sf3, sf4, sf5 }

}

— ASN1STOP

QuantityConfig

The IE QuantityConfig specifies the measurement quantities and layer 3 filtering coefficients for E-UTRA and inter-RAT measurements.

QuantityConfig information element

— ASN1START

QuantityConfig ::= SEQUENCE {

quantityConfigEUTRA QuantityConfigEUTRA OPTIONAL, — Need ON

quantityConfigUTRA QuantityConfigUTRA OPTIONAL, — Need ON

quantityConfigGERAN QuantityConfigGERAN OPTIONAL, — Need ON

quantityConfigCDMA2000 QuantityConfigCDMA2000 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

…,

[[ quantityConfigUTRA-v1020 QuantityConfigUTRA-v1020 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ quantityConfigEUTRA-v1250 QuantityConfigEUTRA-v1250 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ quantityConfigEUTRA-v1310 QuantityConfigEUTRA-v1310 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

quantityConfigWLAN-r13 QuantityConfigWLAN-r13 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ quantityConfigNRList-r15 QuantityConfigNRList-r15 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]]

}

QuantityConfigEUTRA ::= SEQUENCE {

filterCoefficientRSRP FilterCoefficient DEFAULT fc4,

filterCoefficientRSRQ FilterCoefficient DEFAULT fc4

}

QuantityConfigEUTRA-v1250 ::= SEQUENCE {

filterCoefficientCSI-RSRP-r12 FilterCoefficient OPTIONAL — Need OR

}

QuantityConfigEUTRA-v1310 ::= SEQUENCE {

filterCoefficientRS-SINR-r13 FilterCoefficient DEFAULT fc4

}

QuantityConfigUTRA ::= SEQUENCE {

measQuantityUTRA-FDD ENUMERATED {cpich-RSCP, cpich-EcN0},

measQuantityUTRA-TDD ENUMERATED {pccpch-RSCP},

filterCoefficient FilterCoefficient DEFAULT fc4

}

QuantityConfigUTRA-v1020 ::= SEQUENCE {

filterCoefficient2-FDD-r10 FilterCoefficient DEFAULT fc4

}

QuantityConfigGERAN ::= SEQUENCE {

measQuantityGERAN ENUMERATED {rssi},

filterCoefficient FilterCoefficient DEFAULT fc2

}

QuantityConfigCDMA2000 ::= SEQUENCE {

measQuantityCDMA2000 ENUMERATED {pilotStrength, pilotPnPhaseAndPilotStrength}

}

QuantityConfigNRList-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxQuantSetsNR-r15)) OF QuantityConfigNR-r15

QuantityConfigNR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

measQuantityCellNR-r15 QuantityConfigRS-NR-r15,

measQuantityRS-IndexNR-r15 QuantityConfigRS-NR-r15 OPTIONAL

}

QuantityConfigRS-NR-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

filterCoeff-RSRP-r15 FilterCoefficient DEFAULT fc4,

filterCoeff-RSRQ-r15 FilterCoefficient DEFAULT fc4,

filterCoefficient-SINR-r13 FilterCoefficient DEFAULT fc4

}

QuantityConfigWLAN-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

measQuantityWLAN-r13 ENUMERATED {rssiWLAN},

filterCoefficient-r13 FilterCoefficient DEFAULT fc4

}

— ASN1STOP

QuantityConfig field descriptions

filterCoefficient2-FDD

Specifies the filtering coefficient used for the UTRAN FDD measurement quantity, which is not included in measQuantityUTRA-FDD, when reportQuantityUTRA-FDD is present in ReportConfigInterRAT.

filterCoefficientCSI-RSRP

Specifies the filtering coefficient used for CSI-RSRP.

filterCoefficientRSRP

Specifies the filtering coefficient used for RSRP.

filterCoefficientRSRQ

Specifies the filtering coefficient used for RSRQ.

filterCoefficientRS-SINR

Specifies the filtering coefficient used for RS-SINR.

measQuantityCDMA2000

Measurement quantity used for CDMA2000 measurements. pilotPnPhaseAndPilotStrength is only applicable for MeasObjectCDMA2000 of cdma2000-Type = type1XRTT.

measQuantityRS-IndexNR

Specifies L3 filter configurations for measurement results of an NR RS index for a particular RS Type (e.g. SS/PBCH block) and the configurable measurement quantities (e.g. RSRP, RSRQ and SINR).

measQuantityGERAN

Measurement quantity used for GERAN measurements.

measQuantityCellINR

Specifies L3 filter configurations for measurement results of an NR cell for a particular RS Type (e.g. SS/PBCH block) and the configurable measurement quantities (e.g. RSRP, RSRQ and SINR).

measQuantityUTRA

Measurement quantity used for UTRA measurements.

measQuantityWLAN

Measurement quantity used for WLAN measurements.

quantityConfigCDMA2000

Specifies quantity configurations for CDMA2000 measurements.

quantityConfigEUTRA

Specifies filter configurations for E‑UTRA measurements.

quantityConfigGERAN

Specifies quantity and filter configurations for GERAN measurements.

quantityConfigUTRA

Specifies quantity and filter configurations for UTRA measurements. Field quantityConfigUTRA-v1020 is applicable only when reportQuantityUTRA-FDD is configured.

quantityConfigWLAN

Specifies quantity and filter configurations for WLAN measurements.

ReportConfigEUTRA

The IE ReportConfigEUTRA specifies criteria for triggering of an E‑UTRA measurement reporting event. The E‑UTRA measurement reporting events concerning CRS are labelled AN with N equal to 1, 2 and so on.

Event A1: Serving becomes better than absolute threshold;

Event A2: Serving becomes worse than absolute threshold;

Event A3: Neighbour becomes amount of offset better than PCell/ PSCell;

Event A4: Neighbour becomes better than absolute threshold;

Event A5: PCell/ PSCell becomes worse than absolute threshold1 AND Neighbour becomes better than another absolute threshold2;

Event A6: Neighbour becomes amount of offset better than SCell.

The E‑UTRA measurement reporting events concerning CSI-RS are labelled CN with N equal to 1 and 2.

Event C1: CSI-RS resource becomes better than absolute threshold;

Event C2: CSI-RS resource becomes amount of offset better than reference CSI-RS resource.

The E-UTRA measurement reporting events concerning CBR are labelled VN with N equal to 1 and 2.

Event V1: CBR becomes larger than absolute threshold;

Event V2: CBR becomes smaller than absolute threshold.

The E-UTRA reporting events concerning Aerial UE height are labelled HN with N equal to 1 and 2.

Event H1: Aerial UE height becomes higher than absolute threshold;

Event H2: Aerial UE height becomes lower than absolute threshold.

ReportConfigEUTRA information element

— ASN1START

ReportConfigEUTRA ::= SEQUENCE {

triggerType CHOICE {

event SEQUENCE {

eventId CHOICE {

eventA1 SEQUENCE {

a1-Threshold ThresholdEUTRA

},

eventA2 SEQUENCE {

a2-Threshold ThresholdEUTRA

},

eventA3 SEQUENCE {

a3-Offset INTEGER (-30..30),

reportOnLeave BOOLEAN

},

eventA4 SEQUENCE {

a4-Threshold ThresholdEUTRA

},

eventA5 SEQUENCE {

a5-Threshold1 ThresholdEUTRA,

a5-Threshold2 ThresholdEUTRA

},

…,

eventA6-r10 SEQUENCE {

a6-Offset-r10 INTEGER (-30..30),

a6-ReportOnLeave-r10 BOOLEAN

},

eventC1-r12 SEQUENCE {

c1-Threshold-r12 ThresholdEUTRA-v1250,

c1-ReportOnLeave-r12 BOOLEAN

},

eventC2-r12 SEQUENCE {

c2-RefCSI-RS-r12 MeasCSI-RS-Id-r12,

c2-Offset-r12 INTEGER (-30..30),

c2-ReportOnLeave-r12 BOOLEAN

},

eventV1-r14 SEQUENCE {

v1-Threshold-r14 SL-CBR-r14

},

eventV2-r14 SEQUENCE {

v2-Threshold-r14 SL-CBR-r14

},

eventH1-r15 SEQUENCE {

h1-ThresholdOffset-r15 INTEGER (0..300),

h1-Hysteresis-r15 INTEGER (1..16)

},

eventH2-r15 SEQUENCE {

h2-ThresholdOffset-r15 INTEGER (0..300),

h2-Hysteresis-r15 INTEGER (1..16)

}

},

hysteresis Hysteresis,

timeToTrigger TimeToTrigger

},

periodical SEQUENCE {

purpose ENUMERATED {

reportStrongestCells, reportCGI}

}

},

triggerQuantity ENUMERATED {rsrp, rsrq},

reportQuantity ENUMERATED {sameAsTriggerQuantity, both},

maxReportCells INTEGER (1..maxCellReport),

reportInterval ReportInterval,

reportAmount ENUMERATED {r1, r2, r4, r8, r16, r32, r64, infinity},

…,

[[ si-RequestForHO-r9 ENUMERATED {setup} OPTIONAL, — Cond reportCGI

ue-RxTxTimeDiffPeriodical-r9 ENUMERATED {setup} OPTIONAL — Need OR

]],

[[ includeLocationInfo-r10 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

reportAddNeighMeas-r10 ENUMERATED {setup} OPTIONAL — Need OR

]],

[[ alternativeTimeToTrigger-r12 CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup TimeToTrigger

} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

useT312-r12 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL, — Need ON

usePSCell-r12 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL, — Need ON

aN-Threshold1-v1250 RSRQ-RangeConfig-r12 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

a5-Threshold2-v1250 RSRQ-RangeConfig-r12 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

reportStrongestCSI-RSs-r12 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL, — Need ON

reportCRS-Meas-r12 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL, — Need ON

triggerQuantityCSI-RS-r12 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ reportSSTD-Meas-r13 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL, — Need ON

rs-sinr-Config-r13 CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup SEQUENCE {

triggerQuantity-v1310 ENUMERATED {sinr} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

aN-Threshold1-r13 RS-SINR-Range-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

a5-Threshold2-r13 RS-SINR-Range-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

reportQuantity-v1310 ENUMERATED {rsrpANDsinr, rsrqANDsinr, all}

}

} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

useWhiteCellList-r13 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL, — Need ON

measRSSI-ReportConfig-r13 MeasRSSI-ReportConfig-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

includeMultiBandInfo-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Cond reportCGI

ul-DelayConfig-r13 UL-DelayConfig-r13 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ ue-RxTxTimeDiffPeriodicalTDD-r13 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[

purpose-v1430 ENUMERATED {reportLocation, sidelink, spare2, spare1}

OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[

maxReportRS-Index-r15 INTEGER (0..maxRS-IndexReport-r15) OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ includeBT-Meas-r15 BT-NameListConfig-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

includeWLAN-Meas-r15 WLAN-NameListConfig-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

purpose-r15 ENUMERATED {sensing} OPTIONAL, — Need ON

numberOfTriggeringCells-r15 INTEGER (2..maxCellReport) OPTIONAL, — Cond a3a4a5

a4-a5-ReportOnLeave-r15 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL — Cond a4a5

]]

}

RSRQ-RangeConfig-r12 ::= CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup RSRQ-Range-v1250

}

ThresholdEUTRA ::= CHOICE{

threshold-RSRP RSRP-Range,

threshold-RSRQ RSRQ-Range

}

ThresholdEUTRA-v1250 ::= CSI-RSRP-Range-r12

MeasRSSI-ReportConfig-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

channelOccupancyThreshold-r13 RSSI-Range-r13 OPTIONAL — Need OR

}

— ASN1STOP

ReportConfigEUTRA field descriptions

a3-Offset/ a6-Offset/ c2-Offset

Offset value to be used in EUTRA measurement report triggering condition for event a3/ a6/ c2. The actual value is field value * 0.5 dB.

alternativeTimeToTrigger

Indicates the time to trigger applicable for cells specified in altTTT-CellsToAddModList of the associated measurement object, if configured

aN-ThresholdM/ cN-ThresholdM

Threshold to be used in EUTRA measurement report triggering condition for event number aN/ cN. If multiple thresholds are defined for event number aN/ cN, the thresholds are differentiated by M. E-UTRAN configures aN-Threshold1 only for events A1, A2, A4, A5 and a5-Threshold2 only for event A5.

c1-ReportOnLeave/ c2-ReportOnLeave

Indicates whether or not the UE shall initiate the measurement reporting procedure when the leaving condition is met for a CSI-RS resource in csi-RS-TriggeredList, as specified in 5.5.4.1.

c2-RefCSI-RS

Identity of the CSI-RS resource from the measCSI-RS-ToAddModList of the associated measObject, to be used as the reference CSI-RS resource in EUTRA measurement report triggering condition for event c2.

channelOccupancyThreshold

RSSI threshold which is used for channel occupancy evaluation.

eventId

Choice of E‑UTRA event triggered reporting criteria. EUTRAN may set this field to eventC1 or eventC2 only if measDS-Config is configured in the associated measObject with one or more CSI-RS resources. The eventC1 and eventC2 are not applicable for the eventId if RS-SINR is configured as triggerQuantity or reportQuantity.

h1-Hysteresis, h2-Hysteresis

This parameter is used within the entry and leave condition of an event triggered reporting condition for event H1 and event H2. The actual value is field value. If this field is configured UE shall ignore parameter hysteresis.

h1-ThresholdOffset, h2-ThresholdOffset

An offset value to heightThreshRef to obtain the threshold to be used in EUTRA height report triggering condition for event H1 and event H2. The value for h1-ThresholdOffset and h2-ThresholdOffset is expressed in meters such that granularity is 2meters. Value 0 corresponds to offset value 0m, value 1 corresponds to offset value 2m, value 2 correspond to offset value 4m, and so on.

includeMultiBandInfo

If this field is present, the UE shall acquire and include multi band information in the measurement report.

maxReportCells

Max number of cells, excluding the serving cell, to include in the measurement report concerning CRS, and max number of CSI-RS resources to include in the measurement report concerning CSI-RS.

measRSSI-ReportConfig

If this field is present, the UE shall perform measurement reporting for RSSI and channel occupancy and ignore the triggerQuantity, reportQuantity and maxReportCells fields. E-UTRAN only sets this field to true when setting triggerType to periodical and purpose to reportStrongestCells.

numberOfTriggeringCells

Indicates the number of cells detected that are required to fulfill an event for a measurement report to be triggered. This field is set only for the events concerning neighbor cells, i.e. eventA3, eventA4, eventA5.

reportAmount

Number of measurement reports applicable for triggerType event as well as for triggerType periodical. In case purpose is set to reportCGI or reportSSTD-Meas is set to true, only value 1 applies.

reportCRS-Meas

If this field is set to TRUE the UE shall include rsrp, rsrq together with csi-rsrp in the measurement report, if possible.

reportOnLeave/ a6-ReportOnLeave/ a4-a5-ReportOnLeave

Indicates whether or not the UE shall initiate the measurement reporting procedure when the leaving condition is met for a cell in cellsTriggeredList, as specified in 5.5.4.1.

reportQuantity

The quantities to be included in the measurement report. The value both means that both the rsrp and rsrq quantities are to be included in the measurement report. The value rsrpANDsinr and rsrqANDsinr mean that both rsrp and rs-sinr quantities, and both rsrq and rs-sinr quantities are to be included respectively in the measurement report. The value all means that rsrp, rsrq and rs-sinr are to be included in the measurement report. In case triggerQuantityCSI-RS is set to TRUE, only value sameAsTriggerQuantity applies. If reportQuantity-v1310 is configured, the UE only considers this extension (and ignores reportQuantity i.e. without suffix).

reportSSTD-Meas

If this field is set to true, the UE shall measure SSTD between the PCell and the PSCell as specified in TS 36.214 [48] and ignore the triggerQuantity, reportQuantity and maxReportCells fields. E-UTRAN only sets this field to true when setting triggerType to periodical and purpose to reportStrongestCells.

reportStrongestCSI-RSs

Indicates that periodical CSI-RS measurement report is performed. EUTRAN configures value TRUE only if measDS-Config is configured in the associated measObject with one or more CSI-RS resources.

si-RequestForHO

The field applies to the reportCGI functionality, and when the field is included, the UE is allowed to use autonomous gaps in acquiring system information from the neighbour cell, applies a different value for T321, and includes different fields in the measurement report.

ThresholdEUTRA

For RSRP: RSRP based threshold for event evaluation. The actual value is field value – 140 dBm.

For RSRQ: RSRQ based threshold for event evaluation. The actual value is (field value – 40)/2 dB.

For RS-SINR: RS-SINR based threshold for event evaluation. The actual value is (field value -46)/2 dB.

For CSI-RSRP: CSI-RSRP based threshold for event evaluation. The actual value is field value – 140 dBm.

EUTRAN configures the same threshold quantity for all the thresholds of an event.

timeToTrigger

Time during which specific criteria for the event needs to be met in order to trigger a measurement report.

triggerQuantity

The quantity used to evaluate the triggering condition for the event concerning CRS. EUTRAN sets the value according to the quantity of the ThresholdEUTRA for this event. The values rsrp, rsrq and sinr correspond to Reference Signal Received Power (RSRP), Reference Signal Received Quality (RSRQ) and Reference Signal Signal to Noise and Interference Ratio (RS-SINR), see TS 36.214 [48]. If triggerQuantity-v1310 is configured, the UE only considers this extension (and ignores triggerQuantity i.e. without suffix).

triggerQuantityCSI-RS

The quantity used to evaluate the triggering condition for the event concerning CSI-RS. The value TRUE corresponds to CSI Reference Signal Received Power (CSI-RSRP), see TS 36.214 [48]. E-UTRAN configures value TRUE if and only if the measurement reporting event concerns CSI-RS.

ue-RxTxTimeDiffPeriodical

If this field is present, the UE shall perform UE Rx-Tx time difference measurement reporting and ignore the fields triggerQuantity, reportQuantity and maxReportCells. If the field is present, the only applicable values for the corresponding triggerType and purpose are periodical and reportStrongestCells respectively.

ue-RxTxTimeDiffPeriodicalTDD

If this field is set to TRUE, the UE shall perform UE Rx-Tx time difference measurement reporting according to EUTRAN TDD UE Rx-Tx time difference report mapping in TS 36.133 [16]. If the field is configured, the ue-RxTxTimeDiffPeriodical shall be configured. The field is applicable for TDD only.

usePSCell

If this field is set to TRUE the UE shall use the PSCell instead of the PCell. E-UTRAN configures value TRUE only for events A3 and A5, see 5.5.4.4 and 5.5.4.6.

useT312

If value TRUE is configured, the UE shall use the timer T312 with the value t312 as specified in the corresponding measObject. If the corresponding measObject does not include the timer T312 then the timer T312 is considered as not configured. E-UTRAN configures value TRUE only if triggerType is set to event.

useWhiteCellList

Indicates whether only the cells included in the white-list of the associated measObject are applicable as specified in 5.5.4.1. E-UTRAN does not configure the field for events A1, A2, C1 and C2.

ul-DelayConfig

If the field is present, E-UTRAN configures UL PDCP Packet Delay per QCI measurement and the UE shall ignore the fields triggerQuantity and maxReportCells. The applicable values for the corresponding triggerType and reportInterval are periodical and (one of the) ms1024, ms2048, ms5120 or ms10240 respectively.The reportInterval indicates the periodicity for performing and reporting of UL PDCP Delay per QCI measurement as specified in TS 36.314 [71].

Conditional presence

Explanation

reportCGI

The field is optional, need OR, in case purpose is included and set to reportCGI; otherwise the field is not present and the UE shall delete any existing value for this field.

a3a4a5

This field is optional, need OR, in case eventId is set to eventA3 or eventA4 or eventA5; otherwise, this field is not present and the UE shall delete any existing value of this field.

a4a5

This field is optional, need OR, in case eventId is set to eventA4 or eventA5; otherwise, this field is not present and the UE shall delete any existing value of this field.

ReportConfigId

The IE ReportConfigId is used to identify a measurement reporting configuration.

ReportConfigId information element

— ASN1START

ReportConfigId ::= INTEGER (1..maxReportConfigId)

— ASN1STOP

ReportConfigInterRAT

The IE ReportConfigInterRAT specifies criteria for triggering of an inter-RAT measurement reporting event. The inter-RAT measurement reporting events for NR, UTRAN, GERAN and CDMA2000 are labelled BN with N equal to 1, 2 and so on. The inter-RAT measurement reporting events for WLAN are labelled WN with N equal to 1, 2 and so on.

Event B1: Neighbour becomes better than absolute threshold;

Event B2: PCell becomes worse than absolute threshold1 AND Neighbour becomes better than another absolute threshold2.

Event W1: WLAN becomes better than a threshold;

Event W2: All WLAN inside WLAN mobility set become worse than a threshold1 and a WLAN outside WLAN mobility set becomes better than a threshold2;

Event W3: All WLAN inside WLAN mobility set become worse than a threshold.

The b1 and b2 event thresholds for CDMA2000 are the CDMA2000 pilot detection thresholds are expressed as an unsigned binary number equal to [-2 x 10 log 10 Ec/Io] in units of 0.5dB, see C.S0005 [25] for details.

ReportConfigInterRAT information element

— ASN1START

ReportConfigInterRAT ::= SEQUENCE {

triggerType CHOICE {

event SEQUENCE {

eventId CHOICE {

eventB1 SEQUENCE {

b1-Threshold CHOICE {

b1-ThresholdUTRA ThresholdUTRA,

b1-ThresholdGERAN ThresholdGERAN,

b1-ThresholdCDMA2000 ThresholdCDMA2000

}

},

eventB2 SEQUENCE {

b2-Threshold1 ThresholdEUTRA,

b2-Threshold2 CHOICE {

b2-Threshold2UTRA ThresholdUTRA,

b2-Threshold2GERAN ThresholdGERAN,

b2-Threshold2CDMA2000 ThresholdCDMA2000

}

},

…,

eventW1-r13 SEQUENCE {

w1-Threshold-r13 WLAN-RSSI-Range-r13

},

eventW2-r13 SEQUENCE {

w2-Threshold1-r13 WLAN-RSSI-Range-r13,

w2-Threshold2-r13 WLAN-RSSI-Range-r13

},

eventW3-r13 SEQUENCE {

w3-Threshold-r13 WLAN-RSSI-Range-r13

},

eventB1-NR-r15 SEQUENCE {

b1-ThresholdNR-r15 ThresholdNR-r15,

reportOnLeave-r15 BOOLEAN

},

eventB2-NR-r15 SEQUENCE {

b2-Threshold1-r15 ThresholdEUTRA,

b2-Threshold2NR-r15 ThresholdNR-r15,

reportOnLeave-r15 BOOLEAN

}

},

hysteresis Hysteresis,

timeToTrigger TimeToTrigger

},

periodical SEQUENCE {

purpose ENUMERATED {

reportStrongestCells,

reportStrongestCellsForSON,

reportCGI}

}

},

maxReportCells INTEGER (1..maxCellReport),

reportInterval ReportInterval,

reportAmount ENUMERATED {r1, r2, r4, r8, r16, r32, r64, infinity},

…,

[[ si-RequestForHO-r9 ENUMERATED {setup} OPTIONAL — Cond reportCGI

]],

[[ reportQuantityUTRA-FDD-r10 ENUMERATED {both} OPTIONAL — Need OR

]],

[[ includeLocationInfo-r11 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ b2-Threshold1-v1250 CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup RSRQ-Range-v1250

} OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ reportQuantityWLAN-r13 ReportQuantityWLAN-r13 OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ reportAnyWLAN-r14 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL — Need ON

]],

[[ reportQuantityCellNR-r15 ReportQuantityNR-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

maxReportRS-Index-r15 INTEGER (0..maxRS-IndexReport-r15) OPTIONAL, — Need ON

reportQuantityRS-IndexNR-r15 ReportQuantityNR-r15 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

reportRS-IndexResultsNR BOOLEAN OPTIONAL, — Need ON

reportSFTD-Meas-r15 ENUMERATED {pSCell, neighborCells } OPTIONAL — Need ON

]]

}

ThresholdUTRA ::= CHOICE{

utra-RSCP INTEGER (-5..91),

utra-EcN0 INTEGER (0..49)

}

ThresholdGERAN ::= INTEGER (0..63)

ThresholdCDMA2000 ::= INTEGER (0..63)

ReportQuantityNR-r15::= SEQUENCE {

ss-rsrp BOOLEAN,

ss-rsrq BOOLEAN,

ss-sinr BOOLEAN

}

ReportQuantityWLAN-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

bandRequestWLAN-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

carrierInfoRequestWLAN-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

availableAdmissionCapacityRequestWLAN-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

backhaulDL-BandwidthRequestWLAN-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

backhaulUL-BandwidthRequestWLAN-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

channelUtilizationRequestWLAN-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

stationCountRequestWLAN-r13 ENUMERATED {true} OPTIONAL, — Need OR

}

— ASN1STOP

ReportConfigInterRAT field descriptions

availableAdmissionCapacityRequestWLAN

The value true indicates that the UE shall include, if available, WLAN Available Admission Capacity in measurement reports.

backhaulDL-BandwidthRequestWLAN

The value true indicates that the UE shall include, if available, WLAN Backhaul Downlink Bandwidth in measurement reports.

backhaulUL-BandwidthRequestWLAN

The value true indicates that the UE shall include, if available, WLAN Backhaul Uplink Bandwidth in measurement reports.

bandRequestWLAN

The value true indicates that the UE shall include WLAN band in measurement reports.

bN-ThresholdM

Threshold to be used in inter RAT measurement report triggering condition for event number bN. If multiple thresholds are defined for event number bN, the thresholds are differentiated by M.

carrierInfoRequestWLAN

The value true indicates that the UE shall include, if available, WLAN Carrier Information in measurement reports.

channelUtilizationRequest-WLAN

The value true indicates that the UE shall include, if available, WLAN Channel Utilization in measurement reports.

eventId

Choice of inter-RAT event triggered reporting criteria.

maxReportCells

Max number of cells, excluding the serving cell, to include in the measurement report. In case purpose is set to reportStrongestCellsForSON only value 1 applies. For inter-RAT WLAN, it is the maximum number of WLANs to include in the measurement report.

maxReportRS-Index

Max number of RS indices to include in the measurement report. E-UTRAN configures value 0 only if it sets reportRS-IndexResultsNR to FALSE.

Purpose

reportStrongestCellsForSON applies only in case reportConfig is linked to a measObject set to measObjectUTRA or measObjectCDMA2000.

reportAmount

Number of measurement reports applicable for triggerType event as well as for triggerType periodical. In case purpose is set to reportCGI or reportStrongestCellsForSON only value 1 applies. In case reportSFTD-Meas is configured, only value 1 applies.

reportAnyWLAN

Indicates UE to report any WLAN AP meeting the triggering requirements, even if it is not included in the corresponding MeasObjectWLAN.

reportOnLeave

Indicates whether or not the UE shall initiate the measurement reporting procedure when the leaving condition is met for a cell in cellsTriggeredList, as specified in 5.5.4.1.

reportQuantityUTRA-FDD

The quantities to be included in the UTRA measurement report. The value both means that both the cpich RSCP and cpich EcN0 quantities are to be included in the measurement report.

reportRS-IndexResultsNR

Indicates whether or not the UE shall report beam measurement result of NR in the measurement report.

reportSFTD-Meas

If this field is set to pSCell, the UE shall measure SFTD between the PCell and the PSCell as specified in TS 38.215 [89], in this case, the frequency of PSCell is configured in the corresponding measObjectNR. If the field is set to neighborCells, the UE shall measure SFTD between the PCell and the NR cells included in cellsForWhichToReportSFTD (if configured in the corresponding measObjectNR) or between the PCell and up to 3 strongest detected NR cells (if cellsForWhichToReportSFTD is not configured in the corresponding measObjectNR), as specified in TS 38.215 [89]. E-UTRAN only includes this field when setting triggerType to periodical and purpose to reportStrongestCells. If included, the UE shall ignore the maxReportCells field.

si-RequestForHO

The field applies to the reportCGI functionality, and when the field is included, the UE is allowed to use autonomous gaps in acquiring system information from the neighbour cell, applies a different value for T321, and includes different fields in the measurement report. EUTRAN does not configure the field if reportConfig is linked to a measObject set to measObjectNR.

ss-rsrp

Indicates whether or not the UE shall report SS-RSRP quantity of NR.

ss-rsrq

Indicates whether or not the UE shall report SS-RSRQ quantity of NR.

ss-sinr

Indicates whether or not the UE shall report SS-SINR quantity of NR.

stationCountRequestWLAN

The value true indicates that the UE shall include, if available, WLAN Station Count in measurement reports.

b1-ThresholdGERAN, b2-Threshold2GERAN

The actual value is field value – 110 dBm.

b1-ThresholdUTRA, b2-Threshold2UTRA

utra-RSCP corresponds to CPICH_RSCP in TS 25.133 [29] for FDD and P-CCPCH_RSCP in TS 25.123 [30] for TDD. utra-EcN0 corresponds to CPICH_Ec/No in TS 25.133 [29] for FDD, and is not applicable for TDD.

For utra-RSCP: The actual value is field value – 115 dBm.

For utra-EcN0: The actual value is (field value – 49)/2 dB.

timeToTrigger

Time during which specific criteria for the event needs to be met in order to trigger a measurement report.

triggerType

E-UTRAN does not configure the value periodical in case reportConfig is linked to a measObject set to measObjectWLAN.

Conditional presence

Explanation

reportCGI

The field is optional, need OR, in case purpose is included and set to reportCGI; otherwise the field is not present and the UE shall delete any existing value for this field.

ReportConfigToAddModList

The IE ReportConfigToAddModList concerns a list of reporting configurations to add or modify

ReportConfigToAddModList information element

— ASN1START

ReportConfigToAddModList ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxReportConfigId)) OF ReportConfigToAddMod

ReportConfigToAddMod ::= SEQUENCE {

reportConfigId ReportConfigId,

reportConfig CHOICE {

reportConfigEUTRA ReportConfigEUTRA,

reportConfigInterRAT ReportConfigInterRAT

}

}

— ASN1STOP

ReportInterval

The ReportInterval indicates the interval between periodical reports. The ReportInterval is applicable if the UE performs periodical reporting (i.e. when reportAmount exceeds 1), for triggerType event as well as for triggerType periodical. Value ms120 corresponds with 120 ms, ms240 corresponds with 240 ms and so on, while value min1 corresponds with 1 min, min6 corresponds with 6 min and so on.

ReportInterval information element

— ASN1START

ReportInterval ::= ENUMERATED {

ms120, ms240, ms480, ms640, ms1024, ms2048, ms5120, ms10240,

min1, min6, min12, min30, min60, spare3, spare2, spare1}

— ASN1STOP

RS-IndexNR

The IE RS-IndexNR is used to identify an NR Reference Signal.

RS-IndexNR information element

— ASN1START

RS-IndexNR-r15 ::= INTEGER (0..maxRS-Index-1-r15)

— ASN1STOP

RSRP-Range

The IE RSRP-Range specifies the value range used in RSRP measurements and thresholds. Integer value for RSRP measurements according to mapping table in TS 36.133 [16]. A given field using RSRP-Range-v1360 shall only be signalled if the corresponding original field (using RSRP-Range i.e. without suffix) is set to value 0.

RSRP-Range information element

— ASN1START

RSRP-Range ::= INTEGER(0..97)

RSRP-Range-v1360 ::= INTEGER(-17..-1)

RSRP-RangeSL-r12 ::= INTEGER(0..13)

RSRP-RangeSL2-r12 ::= INTEGER(0..7)

RSRP-RangeSL3-r12 ::= INTEGER(0..11)

RSRP-RangeSL4-r13 ::= INTEGER(0..49)

— ASN1STOP

RSRP-Range field descriptions

RSRP-Range

For UE supporting CE Mode B, when CE mode B is not restricted by upper layers, RSRP-Range-v1360 (i.e., with suffix) is reported if the measured RSRP is less than -140 dBm.

RSRP-RangeSL

Value 0 corresponds to -infinity, value 1 to -115dBm, value 2 to -110dBm, and so on (i.e. in steps of 5dBm) until value 12, which corresponds to -60dBm, while value 13 corresponds to +infinity.

RSRP-RangeSL2

Value 0 corresponds to -infinity, value 1 to -110dBm, value 2 to -100dBm, and so on (i.e. in steps of 10dBm) until value 6, which corresponds to -60dBm, while value 7 corresponds to +infinity.

RSRP-RangeSL3

Value 0 corresponds to -110dBm, value 1 to -105dBm, value 2 to -100dBm, and so on (i.e. in steps of 5dBm) until value 10, which corresponds to -60dBm, while value 11 corresponds to +infinity.

RSRP-RangeSL4

Indicates the range for SD-RSRP. Value 0 corresponds to -130dBm, value 1 to -128dBm, value 2 to -126dBm, and so on (i.e. in steps of 2dBm) until value 48, which corresponds to -34dBm, while value 49 corresponds to +infinity.

RSRP-RangeNR

The IE RSRP-RangeNR specifies the value range used in RSRP measurements and thresholds. For RSRP measurements, integer value is according to mapping table in TS 38.133 [84]. For thresholds, the actual value is (field value – 156) dBm, except for field value 127, in which case the actual value is infinity.

RSRP-RangeNR information element

— ASN1START

RSRP-RangeNR-r15 ::= INTEGER (0..127)

— ASN1STOP

RSRQ-Range

The IE RSRQ-Range specifies the value range used in RSRQ measurements and thresholds. Integer value for RSRQ measurements is according to mapping table in TS 36.133 [16]. A given field using RSRQ-Range-v1250 shall only be signalled if the corresponding original field (using RSRQ-Range i.e. without suffix) is set to value 0 or 34. Only a UE indicating support of extendedRSRQ-LowerRange-r12 or rsrq-OnAllSymbols-r12 may report RSRQ-Range-v1250, and this may be done without explicit configuration from the E-UTRAN. If received, the UE shall use the value indicated by the RSRQ-Range-v1250 and ignore the value signalled by RSRQ-Range (without the suffix). RSRQ-Range-r13 covers the original range and extended RSRQ-Range-v1250. RSRQ-Range-r13 may be signalled without the corresponding original field and without any requirements for indicated support of extendedRSRQ-LowerRange-r12 or rsrq-OnAllSymbols-r12.

RSRQ-Range information element

— ASN1START

RSRQ-Range ::= INTEGER(0..34)

RSRQ-Range-v1250 ::= INTEGER(-30..46)

RSRQ-Range-r13 ::= INTEGER(-30..46)

— ASN1STOP

RSRQ-RangeNR

The IE RSRQ-RangeNR specifies the value range used in RSRQ measurements and thresholds. For RSRQ measurements, integer value is according to mapping table in TS 38.133 [84]. For thresholds, the actual value is (field value – 87) / 2 dB.

RSRQ-RangeNR information element

— ASN1START

RSRQ-RangeNR-r15 ::= INTEGER (0..127)

— ASN1STOP

RSRQ-Type

The IE RSRQ-Type specifies the RSRQ value type used in RSRQ measurements, see TS 36.214 [48].

RSRQ-Type information element

— ASN1START

RSRQ-Type-r12 ::= SEQUENCE {

allSymbols-r12 BOOLEAN,

wideBand-r12 BOOLEAN

}

— ASN1STOP

RSRQ-Type field descriptions

allSymbols

Value TRUE indicates use of all OFDM symbols when performing RSRQ measurements.

wideBand

Value TRUE indicates use of a wider bandwidth when performing RSRQ measurements.

RS-SINR-Range

The IE RS-SINR-Range specifies the value range used in RS-SINR measurements and thresholds. Integer value for RS-SINR measurements is according to mapping table in TS 36.133 [16].

RS-SINR-Range information element

— ASN1START

RS-SINR-Range-r13 ::= INTEGER(0..127)

— ASN1STOP

RS-SINR-RangeNR

The IE RS-SINR-RangeNR specifies the value range used in RS-SINR measurements and thresholds. For RS-SINR measurements, integer value is according to mapping table in TS 38.133 [84]. For thresholds, the actual value is (field value – 46) / 2 dB.

RS-SINR-RangeNR information element

— ASN1START

RS-SINR-RangeNR-r15 ::= INTEGER (0..127)

— ASN1STOP

RSSI-Range-r13

The IE RSSI-Range specifies the value range used in RSSI measurements and thresholds. Integer value for RSSI measurements is according to mapping table in TS 36.133 [16].

RSSI-Range information element

— ASN1START

RSSI-Range-r13 ::= INTEGER(0..76)

— ASN1STOP

SS-RSSI-Measurement

The IE SS-RSSI-Measurement specifies the configuration of NR SSB based RSSI measurements.

SS-RSSI-Measurement information element

— ASN1START

SS-RSSI-Measurement-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

measurementSlots-r15 BIT STRING (SIZE(1..80)),

endSymbol-r15 INTEGER(0..3)

}

— ASN1STOP

SS-RSSI-Measurement field descriptions

endSymbol

Within a slot that is configured for RSSI measurements (see measurementSlots) the UE measures the RSSI from symbol 0 to symbol endSymbol. This field identifies the entry in Table 5.1.33-1 in TS 36.214 which determines the actual end symbol.

measurementSlots

Indicates the slots in which the UE can perform NR RSSI measurements. The length of the BIT STRING is equal to the number of slots in the configured SMTC window (determined by the ssb-duration and by the subcarrierSpacingSSB). The first (left-most / most significant) bit in the bitmap corresponds to the first slot in the SMTC window, the second bit in the bitmap corresponds to the second slot in the SMTC window, and so on. The UE measures in slots for which the corresponding bit in the bitmap is set to 1.

SSB-ToMeasure

The IE SSB-ToMeasure is used to configure a pattern of SSBs.

SSB-ToMeasure information element

— ASN1START

SSB-ToMeasure-r15 ::= CHOICE {

shortBitmap-r15 BIT STRING (SIZE (4)),

mediumBitmap-r15 BIT STRING (SIZE (8)),

longBitmap-r15 BIT STRING (SIZE (64))

}

— ASN1STOP

SSB-ToMeasure field descriptions

longBitmap

Bitmap when maximum number of SS/PBCH blocks per half frame equals to 64 as defined in TS 38.213 [88], clause 4.1.

mediumBitmap

Bitmap when maximum number of SS/PBCH blocks per half frame equals to 8 as defined in TS 38.213 [88], clause 4.1.

shortBitmap

Bitmap when maximum number of SS/PBCH blocks per half frame equals to 4 as defined in TS 38.213 [88], clause 4.1.

TimeToTrigger

The IE TimeToTrigger specifies the value range used for time to trigger parameter, which concerns the time during which specific criteria for the event needs to be met in order to trigger a measurement report. Value ms0 corresponds to 0 ms and behaviour as specified in 7.3.2 applies, ms40 corresponds to 40 ms, and so on.

TimeToTrigger information element

— ASN1START

TimeToTrigger ::= ENUMERATED {

ms0, ms40, ms64, ms80, ms100, ms128, ms160, ms256,

ms320, ms480, ms512, ms640, ms1024, ms1280, ms2560,

ms5120}

— ASN1STOP

UL-DelayConfig

The IE UL-DelayConfig IE specifies the configuration of the UL PDCP Packet Delay per QCI measurement specified in TS 36.314 [71].

UL-DelayConfig information element

— ASN1START

UL-DelayConfig-r13 ::= CHOICE {

release NULL,

setup SEQUENCE {

delayThreshold-r13 ENUMERATED {

ms30, ms40, ms50, ms60, ms70, ms80,

ms90,ms100, ms150, ms300, ms500, ms750, spare4,

spare3, spare2, spare1}

}

}

— ASN1STOP

UL-DelayConfig field descriptions

delayThreshold

Indicates the delay threshold value used by UE to provide results of UL PDCP Packet Delay per QCI measurement as specified in TS 36.314 [71]. Value in milliseconds. Value ms30 means 30 ms and so on.

WLAN-CarrierInfo

The IE WLAN-CarrierInfo is used to identify the WLAN frequency band information, as specified in Annex E in [67].

WLAN-CarrierInfo information element

— ASN1START

WLAN-CarrierInfo-r13 ::= SEQUENCE {

operatingClass-r13 INTEGER (0..255) OPTIONAL, — Need ON

countryCode-r13 ENUMERATED {unitedStates, europe, japan, global, …}

OPTIONAL, — Need ON

channelNumbers-r13 WLAN-ChannelList-r13 OPTIONAL, — Need ON

}

WLAN-ChannelList-r13 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxWLAN-Channels-r13)) OF WLAN-Channel-r13

WLAN-Channel-r13 ::= INTEGER(0..255)

— ASN1STOP

WLAN-CarrierInfo field descriptions

channelNumbers

Indicates the WLAN channels as defined in IEEE 802.11-2012 [67]. Value 0 is not used.

countryCode

Indicates the country code of WLAN as defined in IEEE 802.11-2012 [67].

operatingClass

Indicates the Operating Class of WLAN as defined in IEEE 802.11-2012 [67].

WLAN-NameList

The IE WLAN-NameList is used to indicate the names of the WLAN AP for which the UE is configured to measure.

WLAN-NameList information element

— ASN1START

WLAN-NameListConfig-r15 ::= CHOICE{

release NULL,

setup WLAN-NameList-r15

}

WLAN-NameList-r15 ::= SEQUENCE (SIZE (1..maxWLAN-Name-r15)) OF WLAN-Name-r15

WLAN-Name-r15 ::= OCTET STRING (SIZE (1..32))

— ASN1STOP

WLAN-NameList field descriptions

WLAN-Name

If configured, the UE only performs WLAN measurements according to the names identified. For each name, it refers to Service Set Identifier (SSID) defined in IEEE 802.11-2012 [67].

WLAN-RSSI-Range

The IE WLAN-RSSI-Range specifies the value range used in WLAN RSSI measurements and thresholds. Integer value for WLAN RSSI measurements is according to mapping table in TS 36.133 [16]. Value 0 corresponds to -infinity, value 1 to -100dBm, value 2 to -99dBm, and so on (i.e. in steps of 1dBm) until value 140, which corresponds to 39dBm, while value 141 corresponds to +infinity.

WLAN-RSSI-Range information element

— ASN1START

WLAN-RSSI-Range-r13 ::= INTEGER(0..141)

— ASN1STOP

WLAN-RTT

The IE WLAN-RTT covers the measured round trip time between the target device and WLAN AP and optionally the accuracy expressed as the standard deviation of the delay.

WLAN-RTT information element

— ASN1START

WLAN-RTT-r15 ::= SEQUENCE {

rttValue-r15 INTEGER (0..16777215),

rttUnits-r15 ENUMERATED { microseconds,

hundredsofnanoseconds,

tensofnanoseconds,

nanoseconds,

tenthsofnanoseconds,

…},

rttAccuracy-r15 INTEGER (0..255) OPTIONAL,

}

— ASN1STOP

WLAN-RTT field descriptions

rttValue

This field specifies the Round Trip Time (RTT) measurement between the target device and WLAN AP in units given by the field rttUnits as defined in TS 36.355 [54].

rttUnits

This field specifies the Units for the fields rttValue and rttAccuracy. The available Units are 1000ns, 100ns, 10ns, 1ns, and 0.1ns as defined in TS 36.355 [54].

rttAccuracy

This field provides the estimated accuracy of the provided rttValue expressed as the standard deviation in units given by the field rttUnits as defined in TS 36.355 [54].

WLAN-Status

The IE WLAN-Status indicates the current status of WLAN connection. The values are set as described in clause 5.6.15.2 and 5.6.15.4.

WLAN-Status information element

— ASN1START

WLAN-Status-r13 ::= ENUMERATED {successfulAssociation, failureWlanRadioLink, failureWlanUnavailable, failureTimeout}

WLAN-Status-v1430 ::= ENUMERATED {suspended, resumed}

— ASN1STOP

– WLAN-SuspendConfig

The IE WLAN-SuspendConfig is used for configuration of WLAN suspend/resume functionality.

— ASN1START

WLAN-SuspendConfig-r14 ::= SEQUENCE {

wlan-SuspendResumeAllowed-r14 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL, — Need ON

wlan-SuspendTriggersStatusReport-r14 BOOLEAN OPTIONAL — Need ON

}

— ASN1STOP

WLAN-SuspendConfig field descriptions

wlan-SuspendResumeAllowed

Indicates whether the UE is allowed to use suspend-resume mechanism, i.e., to indicate WLAN being temporarily unavailable and WLAN being available again after temporary unavailability.

wlan-SuspendTriggersStatusReport

Indicates whether the UE shall trigger PDCP status report as defined in TS 36.323 [8] when WLAN is temporarily unavailable and UE reports this status.