WCDMA RAN W12 Bulk Product Package Description

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WCDMA RAN W12 Bulk Product Package

Description

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Contents

1 Introduction ... 5

1.1 Scope ... 5

1.2 Revision History ... 5

2 RAN Functionality Products ... 6

3 Basic Features ... 6

3.1 Basic package ... 7

3.2 System Improvements ... 10

3.3 Services and RABs ... 10

3.4 Radio Network Functionality ... 10

3.5 Transport Network Functionality ... 11

3.6 RAN Management Functionality ... 12

3.7 Licensing Principles ... 12

4 Optional Features ... 12

4.1 Services and RABs ... 13

4.2 Radio Network Functionality ... 15

4.3 HSDPA ... 17

4.4 Enhanced Uplink ... 18

4.5 Transport Network Functionality ... 19

4.6 RAN Management Functionality ... 20

5 Features in WCDMA RAN W12 that require new Hardware ... 21

5.1 ATM Transport Network Functions ... 21

5.2 IP Transport Network Functions ... 23

5.3 Radio Network and Other Functionality ... 24

6 Dependencies between optional Features ... 25

7 Purchase and Licensing Principles ... 33

7.1 Introduction ... 33

7.2 Licensing of Functionality ... 34

7.3 Licensing principles in WCDMA RAN ... 34

7.4 Licensing of Capacity in the RBS ... 36

7.5 Licensing of Capacity in the RNC ... 39

7.6 Temporary licenses ... 41

7.7 Internal nodes and licenses ... 42

7.8 Order view ... 42

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Introduction

This document describes how the RAN functionality is offered and certified. The principle for licensing RAN functionality is also described.

The WCDMA RAN functionality is divided into two categories, Basic features and Optional features. Basic features as a group, is mandatory and contains features that are necessary for operating a WCDMA system. The optional features consist of add on functions to provide a more advanced network. Note: Within the optional features there are features that are dependent on each other, i.e. there are optional features that require other optional features in order to function. Some features also require new hardware or certain hardware revisions. All these dependencies are described in this document.

1.1

Scope

WCDMA RAN release W12

1.2

Revision History

Rev A: First version for W12A Rev C: First version for W12B

Rev D: Updated with corrections for W12B

Rev E: Updated with corrections in MBB table and dependency table

Rev F: Updated with removed and added features. Features moved between functional areas.

Rev G: License parameters updated for FAJ 121 1610, FAJ 121 1664, FAJ 121 2134

Rev H: Link to License Activation Guide updated. Dependency removed for FAJ 121 1555

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RAN Functionality Products

The following figure shows the structure for the WCDMA RAN W12 functionality product packages as shown in ECP / ONE (ordering and tendering tool).

Figure 1 WCDMA RAN Functionality Product Package Ordering

structure.

With license register, ELIS, bulk orders is used for capacity and features supported by the RBS, the RNC and the RXI. The packages are built

according to the structure outlined in figure 1. For more details about the bulk package please look at Chapter 7. Note that bulk product package also covers expansions.

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Basic Features

The basic features provide the functionality that is necessary for the operation of a WCDMA system. The functionality covers the areas: System

Improvements, Services and RABs, Radio Network, Transport Network and RAN Management. The basic features are mandatory parts of the WCDMA RAN software. To simplify ordering the basic features, all of them are included in the feature groups */FAJ 121 2010/*: Basic Package in W12 listed below. By placing an order on any of these features, all basic features listed in this Chapter are purchased.

RAN Functionality

Configuration Purpose (proposal/order) WCDMA Release (A/B)

Type of system (Commercial/Internal/Temporary) Node Mask Support (Yes/No)

Type of sales (New Sales/Upgrade) Type of node (RBS/RNC/RXI) CE Capacity

Grace period HSDPA (Yes/No)

HSDPA Introduction package 4 HSDPA Users per cell 5 HSDPA Codes per cell HSDPA Cell Carriers ...

Services & RABs (Yes/No)

Radio Network Functionality (Yes/No) Enhanced Uplink (Yes/No)

Transport Network Functionality (Yes/No) O & M (Yes/No)

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3.1

Basic package

The basic package needs to be ordered for each node. Note that we are introducing different Basic Packages for W12B and W12A. Upgrade from W12A to W12B release does not require a separate license but uses the free upgrade procedure directly in ELIS (see License Activation Guide)

The following basic package alternatives exist:

3.1.1

New Sales – Commercial

1/FAJ 121 2010/1 WRAN RBS W12A Commercial 1/FAJ 121 2010/2 WRAN RNC W12A Commercial 1/FAJ 121 2010/3 WRAN RXI W12A Commercial 1/FAJ 121 2411/1 WRAN RBS W12B Commercial 1/FAJ 121 2411/2 WRAN RNC W12B Commercial 1/FAJ 121 2411/3 WRAN RXI W12B Commercial

3.1.2

New Sales – Commercial MBB Price Model

10/FAJ 121 2010/1 WRAN RBS W12A Commercial – MBB Price Model, CC 11/FAJ 121 2010/1 WRAN RBS W12A Commercial – MBB Price Model, CE DL

13/FAJ 121 2010/2 WRAN RNC W12A Commercial – MBB Price Model 14/FAJ 121 2010/3 WRAN RXI W12A Commercial – MBB Price Model 10/FAJ 121 2411/1 WRAN RBS W12B Commercial – MBB Price Model, CC 11/FAJ 121 2411/1 WRAN RBS W12B Commercial – MBB Price Model, CE DL

13/FAJ 121 2411/2 WRAN RNC W12B Commercial – MBB Price Model 14/FAJ 121 2411/3 WRAN RXI W12B Commercial – MBB Price Model

3.1.3

New Sales – Internal

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2/FAJ 121 2010/2 WRAN RNC W12A Internal 2/FAJ 121 2010/3 WRAN RXI W12A Internal 2/FAJ 121 2411/1 WRAN RBS W12B Internal 2/FAJ 121 2411/2 WRAN RNC W12B Internal 2/FAJ 121 2411/3 WRAN RXI W12B Internal

3.1.4

Upgrade – Commercial

When upgrading from W10 the following upgrade licenses apply:

71/FAJ 121 1270/1 WRAN RBS Upgrade W10 to W12A

71/FAJ 121 1270/2 WRAN RNC Upgrade W10 to W12A

71/FAJ 121 1270/3 WRAN RXI Upgrade W10 to W12A

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1/FAJ 121 1270/1 WRAN RBS Upgrade W10 to W12B

81/FAJ 121 1270/2 WRAN RNC Upgrade W10 to W12B

81/FAJ 121 1270/3 WRAN RXI Upgrade W10 to W12B

When upgrading from W11 the following upgrade licenses apply:

7/FAJ 121 1270/1 WRAN RBS Upgrade W11 to W12A

7/FAJ 121 1270/2 WRAN RNC Upgrade W11 to W12A

7/FAJ 121 1270/3 WRAN RXI Upgrade W11 to W12A

8/FAJ 121 1270/1 WRAN RBS Upgrade W11 to W12B

8/FAJ 121 1270/2 WRAN RNC Upgrade W11 to W12B

8/FAJ 121 1270/3 WRAN RXI Upgrade W11 to W12B

3.1.5

Upgrade – Commercial MBB Price Model

When upgrading from W10 the following upgrade licenses apply:

72/FAJ121 1270/1 WRAN RBS Upgrade W10 MBB to W12A MBB

72/FAJ121 1270/2 WRAN RNC Upgrade W10 MBB to W12A MBB

72/FAJ121 1270/3 WRAN RXI Upgrade W10 MBB to W12A MBB

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82/FAJ121 1270/1 WRAN RBS Upgrade W10 MBB to W12B MBB

82/FAJ121 1270/2 WRAN RNC Upgrade W10 MBB to W12B MBB

82/FAJ121 1270/3 WRAN RXI Upgrade W10 MBB to W12B MBB

When upgrading from W11 the following upgrade licenses apply:

70/FAJ121 1270/1 WRAN RBS Upgrade W11 MBB to W12A MBB

70/FAJ121 1270/2 WRAN RNC Upgrade W11 MBB to W12A MBB

70/FAJ121 1270/3 WRAN RXI Upgrade W11 MBB to W12A MBB

80/FAJ121 1270/1 WRAN RBS Upgrade W11 MBB to W12B MBB

80/FAJ121 1270/2 WRAN RNC Upgrade W11 MBB to W12B MBB

80/FAJ121 1270/3 WRAN RXI Upgrade W11 MBB to W12B MBB

3.1.6

Upgrade – Internal

When upgrading from W10 the following upgrade licenses apply:

74/FAJ 121 1270/1 WRAN RBS Int Upg W10 to W12A

74/FAJ 121 1270/2 WRAN RNC Int Upg W10 to W12A

74/FAJ 121 1270/3 WRAN RXI Int Upg W10 to W12A

84/FAJ 121 12701 WRAN RBS Int Upg W10 to W12B

84/FAJ 121 1270/2 WRAN RNC Int Upg W10 to W12B

84/FAJ 121 1270/3 WRAN RXI Int Upg W10 to W12B

When upgrading from W11 the following upgrade licenses apply:

73/FAJ 121 1270/1 WRAN RBS Int Upg W11 to W12A

73/FAJ 121 1270/2 WRAN RNC Int Upg W11 to W12A

73/FAJ 121 1270/3 WRAN RXI Int Upg W11 to W12A

83/FAJ 121 1270/1 WRAN RBS Int Upg W11 to W12B

83/FAJ 121 1270/2 WRAN RNC Int Upg W11 to W12B

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83/FAJ 121 1270/3 WRAN RXI Int Upg W11 to W12B

3.2

System Improvements

• FAJ 121 850, WCDMA RAN P3 System Improvements • FAJ 121 907, WCDMA RAN P4 System Improvements

• FAJ 121 991, System Improvements in WCDMA RAN P5 Release • FAJ 121 1153, System Improvements in WCDMA RAN P6 Release • FAJ 121 1366, System Improvements in WCDMA RAN P7 Release • FAJ 121 1367 R2, System Improvements in WCDMA RAN W10 Release • FAJ 121 1560 R2, System Improvements in WCDMA RAN W11 Release • FAJ 121 1651 R2, System Improvements in WCDMA RAN W12 Release

3.3

Services and RABs

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3.4

Radio Network Functionality

• FAJ 121 112 R2, Emergency Call

• FAJ 121 113 R2, SAI based (Cell) Positioning • FAJ 121 114 R5, Admission Control

• FAJ 121 116 R1, Cell Update

• FAJ 121 117 R5, Channel Switching, Downlink • FAJ 121 118 R1, Ciphering Mode Control • FAJ 121 119 R3, Congestion Control

• FAJ 121 120 R2, Connection Setup and Release • FAJ 121 121 R2, Downlink Power Allocation • FAJ 121 122 R1, Downlink Power Drift Prevention • FAJ 121 123 R1, Integrity Protection

• FAJ 121 124 R2, Paging

• FAJ 121 125 R3, Power Control

• FAJ 121 126 R1, Radio Connection Supervision

• FAJ 121 127 R2, Soft/Softer Handover and Cell reselection • FAJ 121 128 R1, System Information Distribution

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• FAJ 121 129 R1, Transparent Message Transfer

• FAJ 121 550 R4, Service differentiated congestion handling • FAJ 121 978 R2, Channel Switching, Uplink

• FAJ 121 979 R1, Throughput based downswitch

• FAJ 121 1095 R1, Fast power congestion control – FCC • FAJ 121 1096 R1, Active TX chain gain calibration – TXGC • FAJ 121 1473 R2, Faster Activation Time

• FAJ 121 1501 R1, RNC Adaptive UE Allocation on Special Processor (SP) • FAJ 121 1519 R1, Multistandard Node

• FAJ 121 1554 R1, Absolute time synch

3.5

Transport Network Functionality

• FAJ 121 130 R2, Built-in 16 Gbps Packet Switch in RNC, RBS and RXI nodes

• FAJ 121 131 R1, ATM PVC and PVP

• FAJ 121 132 R5, Dynamic AAL2 connections

• FAJ 121 133 R1, Permanent AAL5 connections for Control Plane traffic • FAJ 121 136 R8, Transport Redundancy

• FAJ 121 137 R3, Network Synchronisation • FAJ 121 138 R2, Node Synchronisation1 • FAJ 121 364 R8, RAN Topologies • FAJ 121 368 R9, ATM Interfaces in RAN

• FAJ 121 737 R4, RAN Transport Quality of Service Separation • FAJ 121 931 R2, Mub Routing in RXI

• FAJ 121 940 R2, AAL2 Path with UBR

• FAJ 121 962 R2, Robust Transport Configuration • FAJ 121 964 R6, IP Interfaces in RAN

• FAJ 121 1098 R2, Iub Optimization

• FAJ 121 1221 R1, ATM & IP dual stack in RNC • FAJ 121 1292 R1, 3G Direct Tunnel

• FAJ 121 1408 R1, Mub Port Integration

• FAJ 121 1461 R1, Common Iub IP host in RBS

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• FAJ 121 1463 R1, Robust Reconfiguration using Rollback • FAJ 121 1480 R1, Common Iub IP host in RNC

• FAJ 121 1599 R2, SRB on HS TN resource booking optimization

3.6

RAN Management Functionality

• FAJ 121 101 R7, Accessibility • FAJ 121 102 R3, Backup

• FAJ 121 103 R2, Configuration Management • FAJ 121 104 R4, Fault Management

• FAJ 121 105 R5, Performance Management • FAJ 121 106 R5, Product Inventory

• FAJ 121 107 R6, Security Management • FAJ 121 108 R5, Software Management • FAJ 121 110 R1, Site LAN

• FAJ 121 111 R3, Documentation

• FAJ 121 409 R12, Statistical Observability

• FAJ 121 1003 R2, Configurable Priority Of Neighbor Cell Relations • FAJ 121 1123 R1, RBS Soft Lock

• FAJ 121 1369 R1, RBS Auto provisioning • FAJ 121 1486 R1, WCDMA load expert • FAJ 121 1505 R1, Core Network supervision

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Licensing Principles

• FAJ 121 437 R1, License control for capacity • FAJ 121 1051 R2, License control for features

• FAJ 121 1009 R2, Delayed Activation of Capacity Control • FAJ 121 1226 R1, Emergency Unlock

• FAJ 121 1321 R1, RNC Capacity License Control

• FAJ 121 1831 R1: Delayed activation of Capacity Control (RNC)

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Optional Features

Optional Features contain additional functionality, which is not needed for basic operation of a WCDMA network and enables the operator to have a more advanced network. Optional features in W12 are:

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4.1

Services and RABs

• FAJ 121 146 R1, Conversational RAB for AMR speech 12.2 kbps • FAJ 121 147 R1, Conversational RAB for 64 kbps multimedia • FAJ 121 148 R3, Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps Packet Data • FAJ 121 150 R1, Speech and Packet data RAB combination

• FAJ 121 153 R1, Streaming RAB for non-transparent Circuit Switched data,

57.6 kbps

• FAJ 121 244 R2, Positioning Service, Cell Accuracy • FAJ 121 411 R1, PS Streaming RAB, 64 kbps downlink • FAJ 121 413 R1, Two times PS Interactive RAB combination • FAJ 121 425 R3, Max Bit Rate Capability for QoS Profiling • FAJ 121 436 R1, RTT Positioning

• FAJ 121 553 R2, Speech 12.2 kbps and two times PS Interactive RAB

combination

• FAJ 121 754 R2, Speech and 0 kbps Packet Data Rate

• FAJ 121 757 R1, Conversational RAB for 64 kbps CS Multimedia and 8 kbps

Packet Data RAB Combination

• FAJ 121 856 R1, PS Streaming RAB, 128 kbps downlink • FAJ 121 977 R1, Flexible Initial Rate Selection, PS Interactive • FAJ 121 980 R1, Interactive RAB for up to 128 kbps, Uplink • FAJ 121 981 R1, Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps, Uplink

• FAJ 121 984 R1, Speech 12.2 kbps, PS Streaming 128 kbps downlink and PS

Interactive 8 kbps RAB combination

• FAJ 121 985 R2, Conversational RAB for Multimode AMR speech

• FAJ 121 1012 R1, Speech 12.2 kbps and PS Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps downlink

• FAJ 121 1013 R1, Speech 12.2 kbps and PS Interactive RAB for up to 128 kbps uplink

• FAJ 121 1026 R1, MBMS Broadcast Mode with 64 kbps • FAJ 121 1027 R1, MBMS Traffic Channel, 128 kbps • FAJ 121 1028 R1, MBMS Traffic Channel, 256 kbps

• FAJ 121 1046 R1, A-GPS Positioning for commercial services • FAJ 121 1059 R1, AMR WB speech

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• FAJ 121 1061 R1, AMR WB Speech and HSDPA Interactive RAB Combination

• FAJ 121 1062 R1, AMR WB Speech and two times PS Interactive RAB

Combination

• FAJ 121 1066 R1, AMR WB speech, PS Streaming 128 kbps and PS Interactive

8 kbps RAB Combination

• FAJ 121 1069 R1, Two times HSDPA PS Interactive RAB Combination • FAJ 121 1070 R2, Multiple HSPA PS Interactive RAB Combination • FAJ 121 1071 R1, Three times PS Interactive RAB Combination

• FAJ 121 1072 R1, Three times HSDPA PS Interactive RAB Combination • FAJ 121 1075 R1, Speech 12.2 kbps and two times HSDPA PS Interactive

RAB

Combination

• FAJ 121 1081 R1, Speech 12.2 kbps, HSDPA PS Streaming and PS Interactive

RAB Combination

• FAJ 121 1083 R1, HSDPA PS Streaming and PS Interactive RAB Combination

• FAJ 121 1084 R1, TrFO Support for Speech 12.2 kbps

• FAJ 121 1103 R1, Speech 12.2 kbps and Multiple PS Interactive RAB Combination

• FAJ 121 1158 R1, Stand alone SRB 3.4 kbps

• FAJ 121 1302 R1, Support for I/F to positioning center (Iu PC) • FAJ 121 1335 R2, Speech 12.2 kbps and HSPA PS Interactive RAB

combination

• FAJ 121 1336 R2, Speech 12.2 kbps and multiple HSPA PS Interactive RAB combination

• FAJ 121 1374 R1, Call Re-Establishment

• FAJ 121 1378 R1, TrFO support for AMR Multimode • FAJ 121 1381 R1, AMR Multimode low rate

• FAJ 121 1460 R1, RAB modification

• FAJ 121 1479 R1, Video Service Restriction

• FAJ 121 1517 R2, AMR multi mode low rate and HSPA PS Interactive RAB combination

• FAJ 121 1555 R1, CBS Event triggered

• FAJ 121 2414 R1, Support of Adaptive Enhanced Cell ID (AECID)

Please note that some HSDPA and Enhanced Uplink related RAB’s are listed in the HSDPA and Enhanced Uplink sections.

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4.2

Radio Network Functionality

• FAJ 121 154 R6, GSM handover and Cell Reselection • FAJ 121 246 R2, Shared Network Support

• FAJ 121 405 R4, Inter Frequency Handover and Cell Reselection • FAJ 121 406 R1, Directed Retry

• FAJ 121 407 R1, Utran Registration Area Handling • FAJ 121 408 R1, Active Queue Management • FAJ 121 435 R1, Inter Frequency Load Sharing • FAJ 121 748 R2, Emergency call re-direct to GSM • FAJ 121 799 R1, Service Based Handover

• FAJ 121 800 R1, Core Network Hard Handover • FAJ 121 845 R2, Dynamic PS I/B RAB Establishment • FAJ 121 902 R1, Inter-Frequency Load Distribution • FAJ 121 928 R3, Multi band support

• FAJ 121 971 R1, Support for MSC in pool • FAJ 121 972 R1, Support for SGSN in pool • FAJ 121 974 R2, Shared RAN (MOCN)

• FAJ 121 1022 R1, Domain Specific Access Class Barring • FAJ 121 1029 R1, MBMS Iub efficiency

• FAJ 121 1030 R1, Extended range up to 80 km • FAJ 121 1036 R1, Extended range up to 200 km • FAJ 121 1047 R1, Improved Downlink Coverage • FAJ 121 1055 R1, Hierarchical Cell Structures

• FAJ 121 1093 R1, Flexible Quality of Service and Allocation / Retention Handling

• FAJ 121 1094 R1, Traffic Handling Priority

• FAJ 121 1124 R1, SIB 18 for Improved inter-PLMN Mobility • FAJ 121 1128 R2, Transmit Diversity

• FAJ 121 1301 R1, One PLMN-id per Frequency • FAJ 121 1326 R2, Cell Broadcast service

• FAJ 121 1332 R1, Load Triggered Access Class Barring • FAJ 121 1349 R1, Initial UE access load regulation • FAJ 121 1350 R1, Improved RACH Coverage • FAJ 121 1351 R1, 4-Way Receiver Diversity

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• FAJ 121 1352 R1, Find faulty antenna, data

• FAJ 121 1355 R1, Manual triggered access class barring • FAJ 121 1356 R1, Load based handover to GSM

• FAJ 121 1357 R1, Configurable Carrier Bandwidth • FAJ 121 1373 R1, Improved compressed mode handling • FAJ 121 1402 R1, Interfrequency Load Based Handover

• FAJ 121 1406 R1, Cell Broadcast Service-UE battery consumption improvements

• FAJ 121 1440 R1, GAN Mobility

• FAJ 121 1459 R1, Support for RRU in cascaded configuration • FAJ 121 1462 R2, Support for RET in cascaded configuration • FAJ 121 1468 R2, Non-HSDPA inter-frequency loadsharing • FAJ 121 1474 R1, LTE Cell Reselection

• FAJ 121 1496 R1, Faster Establishment, Direct Upswitch from URA • FAJ 121 1500 R1, Support for high capacity MSC in pool

• FAJ 121 1552 R1, Fast Dormancy Handling

• FAJ 121 1553 R3, Mixed Mode in Multi Standard RBS (WCDMA) • FAJ 121 1557 R1, QoS for RAN Sharing

• FAJ 121 1581 R3, RNC RRC load control • FAJ 121 1593 R1, Admission block redirection • FAJ 121 1610 R2, CS Voice Fallback from LTE

• FAJ 121 1616 R1, Manual triggered cyclic access class baring on cell level • FAJ 121 1636 R1, Flexible Intra Frequency Measurement Initiation

• FAJ 121 1673 R1, Channel Element capacity for HSDPA Smartphones • FAJ 121 1679 R1, Ψ-Coverage

• FAJ 121 1785 R1, SRB Admission Control • FAJ 121 2119 R1, RBS MP Load sharing • FAJ 121 2134 R1, Inactivity timers on cell level

• FAJ 121 2135 R1, Soft Handover parameters on Cell level • FAJ 121 2174 R1, Release With Re-direct to LTE

• FAJ 121 2179 R1, RIM support for System Information transfer to LTE • FAJ 121 2368 R1, Frequency Priority at Connection Release

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4.3

HSDPA

The features listed in this section relates to HSDPA in WCDMA RAN W12. The feature

• FAJ 121 1033 R2: HSDPA Introduction Package

includes necessary SW features to provide an entry-level support for HSDPA in UTRAN (for underlying dependencies, see chapter 6). The content of the HSDPA Introduction Package is composed of (described by) the following features:

• FAJ 121 0396 R1: 4 HSDPA users per cell • FAJ 121 0399 R1, 5 HSDPA codes per cell • FAJ 121 842 R1: HSDPA Introduction • FAJ 121 895 R3: HSDPA TN Optimization • FAJ 121 906 R2: HSDPA Interactive 64/HS RAB

• FAJ 121 1097 R1, Fast HSDPA dynamic power allocation – FHPA

Additional optional features for HSDPA (that require the HSDPA Introduction Package) are:

• FAJ 121 801 R1, HSDPA Mobility

• FAJ 121 860 R2, HSDPA Mobility phase 2 • FAJ 121 903 R1, HSDPA 16 QAM

• FAJ 121 904 R1, HSDPA Proportional fair Scheduler • FAJ 121 905 R4, HSDPA Interactive 384/HS RAB • FAJ 121 967 R1, HSDPA Dynamic Code Allocation • FAJ 121 968 R1, HSDPA Flexible Scheduler

• FAJ 121 969 R1, HSDPA Code Multiplexing and HS-SCCH Power Control • FAJ 121 988 R1, Speech 12.2 kbps and HSDPA Interactive 64/HS RAB

combination

• FAJ 121 989 R3, Speech 12.2 kbps and HSDPA Interactive 384/HS RAB

combination

• FAJ 121 1004 R1, HSDPA CQI Adjustment

• FAJ 121 1058 R1, HSDPA Incremental Redundancy • FAJ 121 1091 R1, HSPA Max Bit Rate for QoS Profiling • FAJ 121 1106 R1, IF/IRAT mobility on HSPA

• FAJ 121 1114 R1, HSDPA & Enhanced Uplink Service Indicator • FAJ 121 1115 R1, HSDPA Quality of Service Scheduler

• FAJ 121 1303 R1, HSDPA PS Streaming and Multiple PS Interactive RAB Combination

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• FAJ 121 1304 R1, Speech 12.2 kbps and Multiple HSDPA PS Interactive RAB Combination

• FAJ 121 1305 R1, Speech 12.2 kbps, HSDPA PS Streaming and Multiple PS Interactive RAB Combination

• FAJ 121 1320 R2, SRB on HSDPA • FAJ 121 1328 R1, Enhanced Layer 2 • FAJ 121 1331 R1, Support for 64 QAM • FAJ 121 1318 R2, Support for 2x2 MIMO

• FAJ 121 1358 R1, Improved HSPA Link adaptation

• FAJ 121 1382 R1, HSPA QoS scheduling priority based on ARP • FAJ 121 1439 R1, Minimum Bit Rate HSDPA scheduling

• FAJ 121 1441 R2, Multi Carrier

• FAJ 121 1445 R2, Multi Carrier Inactivity Control • FAJ 121 1467 R2, HSDPA inter-frequency loadsharing • FAJ 121 1481 R3, F-DPCH

• FAJ 121 1483 R1, 64QAM and MIMO combination • FAJ 121 1490 R1, Dual Band HSDPA Multi Carrier • FAJ 121 1492 R1, HSDPA Multi-Carrier with MIMO • FAJ 121 1510 R2, Pre-coder for power balancing

• FAJ 121 1513 R1, Increased HSDPA code capacity on HS-TX • FAJ 121 1537 R1, High speed downlink for FACH

• FAJ 121 1592 R1, Battery Efficieny for HS FACH

• FAJ 121 1880 R1, HSDPA IFLS capability and priority handling

4.4

Enhanced Uplink

The features listed in this section relates to Enhanced Uplink in WCDMA RAN W12.

• FAJ 121 1023 R1, Enhanced Uplink Introduction Package

includes necessary SW features to provide an entry-level support for

Enhanced Uplink in UTRAN (for underlying dependencies, see chapter 6). The content of the Enhanced Uplink Introduction Package is composed of

(described by) the following features:

• FAJ 121 0450 R1, 4 Enhanced Uplink users per cell • FAJ 121 970 R1, Enhanced Uplink Introduction • FAJ 121 990 R3, Enhanced Uplink Interactive RAB

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• FAJ 121 1054 R2, Enhanced Uplink TN optimization • FAJ 121 1135 R2, EUL Scheduler Enhancements

Additional optional features for Enhanced Uplink (that require the Enhanced Uplink Introduction Package) are:

• FAJ 121 1002 R2, Enhanced Uplink Mobility

• FAJ 121 1111 R1, EUL Quality of Service Scheduler

• FAJ 121 1112 R1, EUL Scheduler Support for 6 Cell Carriers

• FAJ 121 1157 R1, Channel Element Ladder for E-DCH with RAX R2 • FAJ 121 1317 R2, Enhanced Uplink 2ms TTI

• FAJ 121 1333 R1, Advanced receivers, Generalised RAKE • FAJ 121 1334 R1, Improved CE ladder for E-DCH

• FAJ 121 1345 R1, Downlink power control for EUL • FAJ 121 1376 R1, EUL Cell Edge Coverage

• FAJ 121 1389 R2, Enhanced uplink transmission, CPC • FAJ 121 1401 R1, Soft Congestion of 2ms EUL users • FAJ 121 1443 R1, EUL single HARQ process scheduling • FAJ 121 1476 R2, Enhanced downlink reception, CPC • FAJ 121 1503 R1, EUL TD Scheduling

• FAJ 121 1516 R1, Improved layer 2 UL

• FAJ 121 1518 R2, EUL for large RBS configurations

• FAJ 121 1584 R1, UL efficiency – DCH/EUL load balancing • FAJ 121 1652 R1, Enhanced Uplink for Fach

• FAJ 121 1676 R1, 64 Enhanced Uplink user per cell • FAJ 121 1677 R1, 96 Enhanced Uplink user per cell • FAJ 121 1714 R1, Interference Suppression

• FAJ 121 1883 R1, Channel Element Capacity for EUL Smartphones

4.5

Transport Network Functionality

• FAJ 121 134 R2, ATM on fractional for 2G transmission sharing

• FAJ 121 135 R3, Circuit Emulation over ATM for 2G transmission sharing • FAJ 121 369 R4, Inverse Multiplexing over ATM, IMA

• FAJ 121 440 R1, System integrated GPS network synchronization • FAJ 121 734 R5, Transport Aggregation Hub for WCDMA RAN • FAJ 121 735 R5, AAL2 Switching for Transport Aggregation • FAJ 121 736 R4, AAL2 Switching Capacity Expansion

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• FAJ 121 836 R2, Transmission Power Priority

• FAJ 121 963 R1, DL Flow Control for PS interactive/background on DCH • FAJ 121 966 R2, Configurable transport bearer QoS class

• FAJ 121 973 R1, SS7 over Ethernet • FAJ 121 976 R1, Iu PS user plane over IP • FAJ 121 1086 R1, IMA bandwidth adaptation • FAJ 121 1109 R1, Ethernet Aggregation Switching • FAJ 121 1118 R1, Iub over IP/Ethernet in RNC • FAJ 121 1119 R1, IuCS User Traffic over IP • FAJ 121 1120 R1, Iur User Traffic over IP • FAJ 121 1132 R2, Iub over IP/Ethernet in RBS

• FAJ 121 1154 R1, Network Synchronization Server for IP Transport • FAJ 121 1155 R1, Network Synchronization Client for IP Transport • FAJ 121 1311 R1, ATM and IP dual stack in RBS

• FAJ 121 1327 R1, Unified ATM/IP Admission Control for Iub • FAJ 121 1340 R1, Soft congestion based on Iub

• FAJ 121 1395 R1, Ethernet Link Aggregation • FAJ 121 1442 R1, RANAP overload Control • FAJ 121 1466 R1, Layer 2 Gateway Port • FAJ 121 1478 R1, Iub over Satellite

• FAJ 121 1515 R3, HSDPA RBR QoS Profiling • FAJ 121 1578 R1, Ethernet Jumbo Frames on IuPS

• FAJ 121 1664 R1, AQM based Congestion Control for HSDPA • FAJ 121 2117 R1, Egress IP Traffic Shaping

• FAJ 121 2095 R1, Two-Way Active Measurement Protocol

4.6

RAN Management Functionality

• FAJ 121 514 R2, Measurement function Radio Environment Statistics • FAJ 121 1001 R5, Recording Observability for GPEH

• FAJ 121 1089 R1, Drifting RNC Observability

• FAJ 121 1156 R1, Release locked mobiles when IuCS is down • FAJ 121 1173 R2, Support for 3GPP compatible RET antennas • FAJ 121 1242 R1, Support for 3GPP compatible TMAs

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• FAJ 121 1444 R1, Real-time Traffic Flow Indicator • FAJ 121 1470 R1, Geo-observability data

• FAJ 121 1488 R1, Dual TMA Support • FAJ 121 961 R1, Emergency Unlock Reset

• FAJ 121 1675 R1, GPEH Capacity Increase - Reduced ROP periodicity

5

Features in WCDMA RAN W12 that

require new Hardware

5.1

ATM Transport Network Functions

The following table lists which ATM transmission boards that support which optional transport network features for ATM. Transport network features related to ATM that are not listed in the table are either supported by all ATM transmission boards or do not have a dependency with transmission boards (e.g. features related to network synchronization).

Feature # Feature name Basic/ optional

ATM Transmission board

E 1/ J1 /T 1 A TM /A AL 2 T ra nsm is si on In te rfa ce CB U E 1/ J1 /T 1 A TM /A AL 2 T ra nsm is si on In te rfa ce E T-MC 1 E 3/ T3 A TM /A A L2 T ran sm is si on Int er fa ce , E T-M3 Full R at e ST M -1 /S TS -3 c/ O C -3 c A TM/ A A L2 Tr an sm is si on In te rfa ce , E T-M4 Full R at e ST M -1 /S TS -3 c/ O C -3 c A TM/ A A L2 Tr ans m is si on Int er fac e, E T-MF4 C han nel iz ed S TM -1 /S TS -3 AT M /AAL 2 Tr ans m is si on Int er fac e, E T-M C 41 C han nel iz ed S TM -1 /S TS -3 AT M /AAL 2 Tr ans m is si on Int er fac e, E T-MF4 1 Low c os t C ha nn el iz ed S TM -1 /S TS -3 A TM /A A L2 Tr ans m is si on Int er fac e, E T-M C 41 s E vo E T, 8 p or t S TM -1 /OC 3 b oa rd f or AT M & T D M (B S C ) s up por t i n Ev oC on tro ller D ig ita l U ni t i n R B S60 00, DU W

FAJ 121 134 ATM on fractional for 2G Transmission sharing Optional x x x x

FAJ 121 135 Circuit Emulation over ATM for 2G Transmission sharing Optional x x x x x FAJ 121 369 Inverse Multiplexing over ATM, IMA Optional x x x x x x x FAJ 121 136 Transport redundancy Basic x x x x x

* Note: ET-MF41, the new channelized STM-1/OC-3 interface does not support ATM on fractional

A description of which transmission boards that are supported by the different products is available in the product package descriptions for the respective product.

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• MSP1+1 for STM-1/VC4 and OC-3c (configuration option in FAJ 121 136) requires ET-MF4 or EvoET

• MSP1+1 for STM-1/VC1x and OC-3 requires ET-MC41 or ET-MF41 or EvoET

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5.2

IP Transport Network Functions

RNC subracks with RBSs connected via Iub over IP must be of HW Revision 4 or higher. That means that FAJ 121 1118, Iub over IP/Ethernet in RNC,

requires that at least one subrack in the RNC is of HW R4 or higher. The following table lists which IP transmission boards that support which optional transport network features for IP.

Feature # Feature Name Basic/ Optional

IP Transmission Board G igabi t E ther ne t Inter fac e for RN C E T-M FG 10/100/1000 M ul ti F unc tion E ther net inter fac e for RX I and RNC 3810 ET -M FX 12 and E T-MF X1 3 10/100/1000 M ul ti F unc tion E ther net inter fac e for RB S ET -M FX 11 and E T-MF X1 4 G igabi t IP Inter fa ce for RNC 3820 E T-IP G G igabi t E ther ne t i Inter fac e for R N C 3820 C -MXB Di gi tal Uni t i n RB S 6000, DUW

FAJ 121 973 SS7 over Ethernet Optional X X X

FAJ 121 976 Iu PS user plane over IP Optional X X X

FAJ 121 1109 Ethernet aggregation switching Optional X

FAJ 121 1118 Iub over IP/Ethernet in RNC Optional X X X

FAJ 121 1119 IuCs User Plane Traffic over IP Optional X X X

FAJ 121 1120 Iur User Traffic over IP Optional X X X

FAJ 121 1132 Iub over IP/Ethernet in RBS Optional X X

FAJ 121 1154 Network Synchronisation Server for IP Transport Optional X X X FAJ 121 1155 Network Synchronisation Client for IP Transport Optional X X

FAJ 121 1395 Ethernet Link Aggregation Optional X X X

FAJ 121 1466 Layer 2 Gateway Port Optional X X

FAJ 121 1578 Ethernet Jumbo Frames on IuPS Optional X X

FAJ 121 1664 AQM based congestion control for HSDPA Optional X X X X X

FAJ 121 2117 Egress IP Traffic Shaping Optional X

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5.3

Radio Network and Other Functionality

Optional Feature Dependency

FAJ Feature name Baseband Radio Other

All HSDPA features (see ch

4.3) HSDPA capable TX boards (HS-TX15, HS-TX45 and HS-TX60) and the RAX R2 or higher All Enhanced Uplink

features (see ch 4.4) HSDPA capable TX boards (HS-TX15, HS-TX45 and HS-TX60) and the RAX R2 or higher FAJ 121 1317 Enhanced Uplink, 2ms TTI, , RBS config. with

RAX2e or DUW FAJ 121 1333 Advanced Receivers,

GRAKE in RBS RBS config. with RAX2e or DUW FAJ 121 1334 Improved CE ladder for

E-DCH on RAX 2e RBS config. with RAX2e or DUW All MBMS features TX3 or higher, or HSDPA capable TX boards, or DUW

FAJ 121 436 RTT Postitioning RAX R2 or higher FAJ 121 1357 Configurable Carrier

Bandwidth KRC11822/6 RU22 0840, RU22 0860, KRC11822/5 RRU22 0840, KRC161134/51 RU22 0940, KRC11835/4 RRU22 0940, KRC161134/61 RRU22 2140, KRC161134/11 All R/RUW, except for

RUW 01 B1 and RRUW 01 B1 (2100

MHz) All R/RUS

FAJ 121 1046 A-GPS positioning A GPS receiver

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6

Dependencies between optional Features

All optional features require the basic package as defined in Chapter 3. The optional features can be selected independent of each other, with the following exceptions:

Optional feature Dependent optional features

FAJ Feature Name Dependency FAJ Feature Name

FAJ 121 150 Speech and Packet data RAB combination requires FAJ 121 146 Conversational RAB for AMR speech

FAJ 121 148 Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps Packet Data

FAJ 121 246 Shared Network Support requires FAJ 121 154 GSM handover and cell re-selection or FAJ 121 405 Inter-frequency handover and cell re-selection FAJ 121 408 Active Queue Management requires FAJ 121 148 Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps Packet Data FAJ 121 411 PS Streaming RAB for up to 56 kbps Packet data requires FAJ 121 148 Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps Packet Data FAJ 121 413 Two times PS Interactive RAB

combination requires FAJ 121 148 Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps FAJ 121 425 Max Bit Rate Capability for QoS Profiling requires FAJ 121 148 Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps FAJ 121 436 RTT Positioning requires FAJ 121 244 Positioning Service, Cell Accuracy

FAJ 121 1326 Cell Broadcast Service RNC R4 or later

HW FAJ 121 1483 64 QAM and MIMO

combination DUW

FAJ 121 1492 HSDPA Multi carrier with

MIMO DUW

FAJ 121 1503 EUL TD Scheduling DUW FAJ 121 1553 Mixed Mode in Multi

Standard RBS RBS6000 with R/RUS FAJ 121 1673 Channel Element capacity

for HSDPA Smartphones DUW FAJ 121 1676 64 Enhanced Uplink user

per cell DUW

FAJ 121 1677 96 Enhanced Uplink user

per cell DUW

FAJ 121 1679 Ψ-Coverage RBS6000 R/RUS

FAJ 121 1714 Interference Suppression DUW FAJ 121 1652 Enhanced Uplink for FACH DUW FAJ 121 1516 Improved layer 2 UL DUW FAJ 121 1883 Channel Element Capacity

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Optional feature Dependent optional features

FAJ Feature Name Dependency FAJ Feature Name

FAJ 121 514 Radio Environment Statistics requires FAJ 121 993 Measurement Result Recording WCDMA FAJ 121 553 Speech 12.2 kbps and two times

PS Interactive RAB combination requires FAJ 121 150 Speech and Packet data RAB combination

FAJ 121 413 Two times PS Interactive RAB

combination

FAJ 121 735 AAL2 Switching for Transport Aggregation requires FAJ 121 734 Transport Aggregation Hub for WCDMA RAN FAJ 121 736 AAL2 Switching Capacity Expansion requires FAJ 121 735 AAL2 Switching for Transport Aggregation FAJ 121 754 Speech and 0 kbps Packet Data Rate requires FAJ 121 146 Conversational RAB for AMR speech

FAJ 121 148 Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps Packet Data

FAJ 121 150 Speech and Packet Data RAB combination

FAJ 121 757 Conversational RAB for 64 kbps CS Multimedia and 8 kbps Packet

Data RAB Combination requires FAJ 121 147

Conversational RAB for 64 kbps multimedia

FAJ 121 148 Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps Packet Data

FAJ 121 799 Service based Handover requires FAJ 121 154 GSM Handover & cell re-selection FAJ 121 801 HSDPA Mobility requires FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package FAJ 121 845 Dynamic PS I/B RAB Establishment requires FAJ 121 148 Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps Packet Data FAJ 121 856 PS Streaming RAB, 128 kbps downlink requires FAJ 121 148 Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps Packet Data FAJ 121 860 HSDPA Mobility Phase 2 requires FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package

FAJ 121 801 HSDPA Mobility

FAJ 121 902 Inter-Frequency Load Distribution requires FAJ 121 435 Inter-Frequency Load Sharing FAJ 121 903 HSDPA 16 QAM requires FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package FAJ 121 904 HSDPA Proportional fair Scheduler requires FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package FAJ 121 905 HSDPA Interactive up to 384/HS

RAB requires FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package

FAJ 121 967 HSDPA Dynamic Code Allocation requires FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package FAJ 121 968 HSDPA Flexible Scheduler requires FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package FAJ 121 969 HSDPA Code Multiplexing and

HS-SCCH Power Control requires FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package

FAJ 121 968 HSDPA Flexible Scheduler

FAJ 121 977 Flexible Initial Rate Selection, PS

Interactive requires FAJ 121 148 Interactive RAB up to 384 kbps Packet Data

FAJ 121 845 Dynamic PS I/B RAB

Establishment FAJ 121 980 Interactive RAB for up to 128 kbps,

Uplink requires FAJ 121 148 Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps FAJ 121 981 Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps,

Uplink requires FAJ 121 148 Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps

FAJ 121 980 Interactive RAB for up to 128

kbps uplink FAJ 121 984 Speech 12.2 kbps, PS Streaming

128 kbps downlink and PS Interactive 8 kbps RAB combination

requires FAJ 121 150 Speech and Packet data RAB combination

FAJ 121 856 PS Streaming RAB, 128 kbps

downlink FAJ 121 985 Conversational RAB for Multimode

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Optional feature Dependent optional features

FAJ Feature Name Dependency FAJ Feature Name

FAJ 121 988 Speech 12.2 kbps and HSDPA Interactive 64/HS RAB combination

requires

FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package

FAJ 121 146 Conversational RAB for AMR

speech

FAJ 121 150 Speech and Packet data RAB

combination FAJ 121 989 Speech 12.2 kbps and HSDPA

Interactive up to 384/HS RAB combination

requires FAJ 121 905 HSDPA Interactive up to 384/HS RAB

FAJ 121 988 Speech 12.2 kbps and HSDPA

Interactive 64/HS RAB combination

FAJ 121 1002 Enhanced Uplink Mobility requires FAJ 121 1023 Enhanced Uplink Introduction Package

FAJ 121 860 HSDPA Mobility Phase 2

FAJ 121 1004 HSDPA CQI Adjustment requires FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package FAJ 121 1012 Speech 12.2 kbps and PS

Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps downlink

requires FAJ 121 150 Speech and Packet data RAB combination

FAJ 121 1013 Speech 12.2 kbps and PS Interactive RAB for up to 128 kbps uplink

requires FAJ 121 150 Speech and Packet data RAB combination

FAJ 121 1023 Enhanced Uplink Introduction

Package requires FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package

FAJ 121 1027 MBMS Traffic Channel, 128 kbps requires FAJ 121 1026 MBMS Broadcast Mode with 64 kbps

FAJ 121 1028 MBMS Traffic Channel, 256 kbps requires FAJ 121 1026 MBMS Broadcast Mode with 64 kbps

FAJ 121 1029 MBMS Iub Efficiency requires FAJ 121 1026 MBMS Broadcast Mode with 64 kbps

FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package requires FAJ 121 148 Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps FAJ 121 1046 A-GPS Positioning for commercial

services requires FAJ 121 244 Positioning Service, Cell Accuracy FAJ 121 1055 Hierarchical Cell Structures requires FAJ 121 405 Inter Frequency Handover and

Cell Reselection

FAJ 121 1058 HSDPA Incremental Redundancy requires FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package FAJ 121 1060 AMR WB Speech and PS

Interactive RAB Combination requires FAJ 121 148 Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps

FAJ 121 980 Interactive RAB for up to 128

kbps uplink

FAJ 121 1059 AMR WB Speech

FAJ 121 1061 AMR WB Speech and PS

Interactive RAB Combination requires FAJ 121 905 HSDPA Interactive up to 384/HS RAB

FAJ 121 1059 AMR WB Speech

FAJ 121 1060 AMR WB Speech and PS

Interactive RAB Combination FAJ 121 1062 AMR WB Speech and two times

PS Interactive RAB Combination requires FAJ 121 413 Two times PS Interactive RAB combination

FAJ 121 1059 AMR WB Speech

FAJ 121 1060 AMR WB Speech and PS

Interactive RAB Combination FAJ 121 1066 AMR WB speech, PS Streaming

128 kbps and PS Interactive 8 kbps RAB Combination

requires FAJ 121 856 PS Streaming RAB, 128 kbps downlink

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Optional feature Dependent optional features

FAJ Feature Name Dependency FAJ Feature Name

FAJ 121 1060 AMR WB Speech and PS

Interactive RAB Combination FAJ 121 1069 Two times HSDPA PS Interactive

RAB Combination requires FAJ 121 148 Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps

FAJ 121 413 Two times PS Interactive RAB

combination

FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package

FAJ 121 1070 Multiple HSPA PS Interactive RAB

combination requires FAJ 121 1069 Two Times HSDPA PS Interactive PS RAB combination

FAJ 121 1023 Enhanced Uplink Introduction

Package FAJ 121 1071 Three times PS Interactive RAB

Combination requires FAJ 121 148 Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps

FAJ 121 413 Two times PS Interactive RAB

combination FAJ 121 1072 Three times HSDPA PS Interactive

RAB Combination requires FAJ 121 148 Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps

FAJ 121 413 Two times PS Interactive RAB

combination

FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package

FAJ 121 1069 Two times HSDPA PS Interactive

RAB Combination

FAJ 121 1071 Three times PS Interactive RAB

Combination FAJ 121 1075 Speech 12.2 kbps and two times

HSDPA PS Interactive RAB Combination

requires FAJ 121 146 Conversational RAB for AMR speech

FAJ 121 148 Interactive RAB for up to 384 kbps

FAJ 121 150 Speech and Packet data RAB

combination

FAJ 121 413 Two times PS Interactive RAB

combination

FAJ 121 553 Speech 12.2 kbps and two times

PS Interactive RAB combination

FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package

FAJ 121 1069 Two times HSDPA PS Interactive

RAB Combination FAJ 121 1081 Speech 12.2 kbps, HSDPA PS

Streaming and PS Interactive RAB Combination

requires FAJ 121 988 Speech 12.2 kbps and HSDPA Interactive 64/HS RAB combination

FAJ 121 1083 HSDPA PS Streaming and PS

Interactive RAB Combination FAJ 121 1083 HSDPA PS Streaming and PS

Interactive RAB Combination requires FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package

FAJ 121 1115 HSDPA QoS Scheduler

FAJ 121 1084 TrFO Support for Speech 12.2

kbps requires FAJ 121 146 Conversational RAB for AMR speech FAJ 121 1086 IMA bandwidth adaptation requires FAJ 121 369 Inverse Multiplexing over ATM FAJ 121 1091 HSPA Max Bit Rate for QoS

Profiling requires FAJ 121 425 Max Bit Rate Capability for QoS Profiling

FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package

FAJ 121 1094 Traffic Handling Priority requires if THP shall be used for EUL

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Optional feature Dependent optional features

FAJ Feature Name Dependency FAJ Feature Name

requires if

THP shall be used for HSDPA

FAJ 121 1115 HSDPA Quality of Service Scheduler

FAJ 121 1103 Speech 12.2 kbps and multiple PS

Interactive RAB combination requires FAJ 121 553 Speech 12.2 and two times PS Interactive RAB combination

FAJ 121 1071 Three Times PS Interactive RAB combination FAJ 121 1106 IF/IRAT mobility on HSPA requires

FAJ 121 154 GSM Handover and Cell Reselection

FAJ 121 405 Inter Frequency Handover & Cell Reselection FAJ 121 1111 EUL Quality of Service Scheduler requires FAJ 121 1023 Enhanced Uplink Introduction

Package FAJ 121 1112 EUL Scheduler Support for 6 Cell

Carriers requires FAJ 121 1023 Enhanced Uplink Introduction Package FAJ 121 1114 HSDPA & Enhanced Uplink

Service Indicator requires FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package FAJ 121 1115 HSDPA Quality of Service

Scheduler requires FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package FAJ 121 1118 Iub over IP/Ethernet in RNC requires FAJ 121 1132 Iub over IP/Ethernet in RBS FAJ 121 1124 SIB18 for improved inter PLMN

mobility requires FAJ 121 154 GSM Handover and Cell Reselection FAJ 121 1132 Iub over IP/Ethernet in RBS requires FAJ 121 1118 Iub over IP/Ethernet in RNC FAJ 121 1157 Channel Element Ladder for

E-DCH with RAX R2 requires FAJ 121 1023 Enhanced Uplink Introduction Package FAJ 121 1154 Network Synchronization Server

for IP Transport requires FAJ 121 1118 Iub over IP/Ethernet in RNC FAJ 121 1155 Network Synchronization Client for IP Transport requires FAJ 121 1132 Iub over IP/Ethernet in RBS FAJ 121 1303 HSDPA PS Streaming and multiple PS Interactive RAB

combination requires FAJ 121 1083 HSDPA PS Streaming and PS Interactive RAB combination

FAJ 121 1069 Two times HSDPA PS Interactive

RAB combination FAJ 121 1304 Speech 12.2 kbps and multiple HSDPA PS Interactive RAB

combination requires FAJ 121 1072 Three times HSDPA PS Interactive RAB combination

FAJ 121 1103 Speech 12.2 kbps and multiple PS

interactive RAB comb

FAJ 121 1075 Speech 12.2 kbps and two times HSDPA PS Interactive RAB combination

FAJ 121 1305 Speech 12.2 kbps, HSDPA PS Streaming and multiple PS

Interactive RAB combination requires FAJ 121 1303

HSDPA PS Streaming and multiple PS Interactive RAB combination

FAJ 121 1075 Speech 12.2 kbps and two times HSDPA PS Interactive RAB combination

FAJ 121 1311 ATM and IP dual stack in RBS requires FAJ 121 1132 Iub over IP in RBS

FAJ 121 966 Configurable transport bearer QoS class

FAJ 121 1317 Enhanced Uplink, 2 ms TTI requires FAJ 121 1023 Enhanced Uplink Introduction Package FAJ 121 1318 Support for 2x2 MIMO requires FAJ 121 1328 Enhanced Layer 2

requires either FAJ 121 1510 Pre-coder for power balancing

or FAJ 121 1128 Transmit Diversity

FAJ 121 1320 SRB on HSDPA requires FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA introduction package

FAJ 121 1481 F-DPCH

FAJ 121 1328 Enhanced Layer 2 requires FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package FAJ 121 1331 Support for 64 QAM requires FAJ 121 903 HSDPA 16 QAM

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Optional feature Dependent optional features

FAJ Feature Name Dependency FAJ Feature Name

FAJ 121 1328 Enhanced Layer 2

FAJ 121 1333 Advanced Receivers, GRAKE in RBS requires FAJ 121 1317 Enhanced Uplink, 2 ms TTI FAJ 121 1334 Improved CE ladder for E-DCH requires FAJ 121 1023 Enhanced Uplink Introduction Package FAJ 121 1335 Speech 12.2 kbps and HSPA PS Interactive RAB combination requires FAJ 121 146 Conversational RAB for AMR speech

requires FAJ 121 1023 Enhanced Uplink Introduction Package FAJ 121 1336 Speech 12.2 kbps and multiple HSPA PS Interactive RAB

combination requires FAJ 121 1070

Multiple HSPA PS Interactive RAB combination

FAJ 121 1335 Speech 12.2 kbps and HSPA PS interactive RAB combination FAJ 121 1340 Soft Congestion based on Iub requires FAJ 121 1327 Unified ATM/IP admission Control for Iub FAJ 121 1345 DL Power Control for Enhance Uplink requires FAJ 121 1023 Enhanced Uplink Introduction Package FAJ 121 1352 Find Faulty Antenna, Data requires FAJ 121 1285 (OSS) Find Faulty Antenna Expert for WCDMA FAJ 121 1356 Load based handover to GSM requires FAJ 121 154 GSM Handover and Cell reselection FAJ 121 1358 Improved HSDPA Link adaptation requires FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package FAJ 121 1376 EUL Cell Edge Coverage Requires FAJ 121 1023 Enhanced Uplink Introduction Package FAJ 121 1378 TrFO Support for AMR multi mode requires FAJ 121 985 Conversational RAB for multi mode AMR Speech FAJ 121 1381 AMR multi mode low rate requires FAJ 121 985 Conversational RAB for multi mode AMR Speech FAJ 121 1382 HSPA QoS scheduling priority based on ARP requires FAJ 121 1093 Flexible QoS and Allocation/Retention handling

requires if THP shall be used for EUL

FAJ 121 1111 EUL Quality of Service Scheduler

requires if THP shall be

used for HSDPA

FAJ 121 1115 HSDPA Quality of Service Scheduler

FAJ 121 1389 Enhanced uplink transmission, CPC requires FAJ 121 1481 F-DPCH

FAJ 121 1023 Enhanced Uplink Introduction Package

FAJ 121 1476 Enhanced downlink reception, CPC

FAJ 121 1401 Soft Congestion of 2 ms EUL users requires FAJ 121 1317 Enhanced Uplink, 2 ms TTI FAJ 121 1402 Interfrequency Load Based Handover requires FAJ 121 405 Interfrequency handover and cell reselection

FAJ 121 800 if no Iur: Core network hard handover

FAJ 121 1406 Cell Broadcast Service – UE battery consumption improvement requires FAJ 121 1326

Cell Broadcast Service FAJ 121 1439 Minimum Bit Rate HSDPA scheduling requires FAJ 121 1094 Traffic handling priority

FAJ 121 1115 HSDPA Quality of Service Scheduler

FAJ 121 1440 GAN Mobility requires FAJ 121 154 GSM Handover and Cell Reselection FAJ 121 1441 Multi Carrier requires FAJ 121 1328 Enhanced Layer 2

FAJ 121 1023 Enhanced Uplink Introduction Package

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Optional feature Dependent optional features

FAJ Feature Name Dependency FAJ Feature Name

FAJ 121 1445 Multi Carrier Inactivity Control requires FAJ 121 1441 Multi Carrier

FAJ 121 1467 HSDPA Inter-frequency loadsharing requires FAJ 121 405 Inter Frequency Handover and Cell Reselection FAJ 121 1468 Non-HSPA Interfrequency loadsharing requires FAJ 121 405 Inter Frequency Handover and Cell Reselection FAJ 121 1470 Geo-observability data requires FAJ 121 514 Measurement function radio environment statistics

FAJ 121 1475 Geo-Observability for WCDMA in OSS

FAJ 121 1476 Enhanced downlink reception, CPC requires FAJ 121 1389 Enhanced uplink transmission, CPC FAJ 121 1479 Video service restriction requires FAJ 121 147 Conversational RAB for 64 kbps multimedia FAJ 121 1481 F-DPCH requires FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA introduction package

FAJ 121 1320 SRB on HSDPA

FAJ 121 1483 64QAM and MIMO combination requires FAJ 121 1318 Support for 2x2 MIMO FAJ 121 1331 Support for 64 QAM

FAJ 121 1488 Dual TMA Support requires FAJ 121 1242 Support for 3GPP Compatible TMAs FAJ 121 1490 DUAL Band HSDPA Multi Carrier requires FAJ 121 1441 Multi Carrier

FAJ 121 1492 HSDPA Multi carrier with MIMO requires

FAJ 121 1318 Support for 2x2 MIMO FAJ 121 1441 Multi carrier

FAJ 121 1496 Faster Establishment, Direct Upswitch from URA requires FAJ 121 407 UTRAN Registration Area Handling FAJ 121 1500 Support for high capacity MSC in pool requires FAJ 121 971 Support for MSC in Pool FAJ 121 1503 EUL TD Scheduling requires FAJ 121 1023 Enhanced Uplink Introduction

Package

FAJ 121 1317 Enhanced Uplink, 2 ms TTI FAJ 121 1515 HSDPA RBR QoS Profiling requires FAJ 121 1115 HSDPA QoS Scheduler

FAJ 121 1094 Traffic Handling Priority

FAJ 121 1516 Improved Layer 2 UL requires FAJ 121 1023 Enhanced Uplink Start Package FAJ 121 1517 AMR multi mode low rate and HSPA PS Interactive RAB combination requires FAJ 121 1381 AMR multi mode low rate,

FAJ 121 1335 Speech 12.2 kbps and HSPA PS interactive RAB combination FAJ 121 1518 EUL for large RBS configurations requires FAJ 121 1023 Enhanced Uplink Introduction Package FAJ 121 1537 High speed downlink for FACH requires

FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package FAJ 121 1328 Enhanced Layer 2

FAJ 121 1552 Fast Dormancy Handling requires FAJ 121 407 UTRAN Registration Area Handling FAJ 121 1553 Mixed Mode in Multi Standard RBS (WCDMA) requires

FAJ 121

0816/1 Mixed Mode in Multistandard RBS (GSM)" or FAJ1210906 Mixed Mode in Multistandard RBS (LTE) FAJ 121 1555 CBS Event Triggered requires FAJ 121 1326 Cell Broadcast Service

FAJ 121 1557 QoS for RAN Sharing

requires FAJ 121 1382 HSPA QoS Scheduling Priority based on ARP requires FAJ 121 1093 Flexible QoS and Allocation/Retention handling requires either FAJ 121 974 Shared RAN (MOCN)

or requires FAJ 121 1301 One PLMN-id per frequency FAJ 121 1584 UL efficiency - DCH/EUL load balancing requires FAJ 121 1023 Enhanced Uplink Introduction Package FAJ 121 1592 Battery Efficiency for HS FACH requires FAJ 121 1537 High speed downlink for FACH FAJ 121 1610 CS Voice Fallback from LTE Requires FAJ121 146 Conversational RAB for AMR Speech

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Optional feature Dependent optional features

FAJ Feature Name Dependency FAJ Feature Name

FAJ 121 1616 Manual triggered cyclic access class baring on cell level requires FAJ 121 1355

Manual-triggered Cyclic Access Class

Barring FAJ 121 1652 Enhanced Uplink for Fach requires

FAJ 121 1023 Enhanced Uplink Introduction Package FAJ 121 1516 Improved Layer 2 UL FAJ 121 1537 High speed downlink for FACH FAJ 121 1664 AQM based congestion control for HSDPA requires

FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package FAJ 121 1118 Iub over IP/Ethernet in RNC FAJ 121 1132 Iub over IP/Ethernet in RBS FAJ 121 1675 GPEH Capacity Increase - Reduced ROP periodicity requires FAJ 121 1001 Recording Observability for GPEH FAJ 121 1714 Interference Suppression requires FAJ 121 1317 Enhanced Uplink, 2 ms TTI FAJ 121 1785 SRB Admission Control requires FAJ 121 1093 Flexible QoS and Allocation/Retention Handling FAJ 121 1880 HSDPA IFLS capability and priority handling requires FAJ 121 1467 HSDPA Inter-frequency Load Sharing feature

FAJ 121 1883 Channel Element Capacity for EUL Smartphones requires

FAJ 121 1023 Enhanced Uplink Start Package FAJ 121 1317 Enhanced Uplink, 2 ms TTI FAJ 121 1443 EUL single HARQ process FAJ 121 1334 Improved Channel Element Ladder for E-DCH FAJ 121 2117 Egress IP Traffic Shaping requires FAJ 121 1118 Iub over IP/Ethernet in RNC

FAJ 121 1132 Iub over IP/Ethernet in RBS

FAJ 121 2414 Support of Adaptive Enhanced Cell ID (AECID) requires

FAJ 121 436 RTT Positioning

FAJ 121 1046 A-GPS Positioning for commercial services FAJ 121 1302 Support for I/F to positioning center (Iu PC) FAJ 121 0397 16 HSDPA users per cell requires FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package FAJ 121 0398 32 HSDPA users per cell requires FAJ 121 0397 16 HSDPA users per cell FAJ 121 0461 64 HSDPA users per cell requires FAJ 121 0398 32 HSDPA users per cell FAJ 121 1531 96 HSDPA user per cell requires FAJ 121 0461 64 HSDPA users per cell FAJ 121 0400 10 HSDPA codes per cell requires FAJ 121 1033 HSDPA Introduction Package FAJ 121 0401 15 HSDPA codes per cell requires FAJ 121 0400 10 HSDPA codes per cell FAJ 121 0451 16 Enhanced uplink users per cell requires FAJ 121 1023 Enhanced Uplink Introduction Package FAJ 121 0452 32 Enhanced uplink users per cell requires FAJ 121 0451 16 Enhanced uplink users per cell FAJ 121 1676 64 Enhanced Uplink user per cell requires FAJ 121 0452 32 Enhanced uplink users per cell FAJ 121 1677 96 Enhanced Uplink user per cell requires FAJ 121 1676 64 Enhanced Uplink user per cell FAJ 121 0766* Enhanced Uplink, 2 x 1.4 requires FAJ 121 1023 Enhanced Uplink Introduction Package FAJ 121 0767* Enhanced Uplink, 3 x 1.4 requires FAJ 121 0766 Enhanced Uplink, 2 x 1.4 FAJ 121 0768* Enhanced Uplink, 4 x 1.4 requires FAJ 121 0767 Enhanced Uplink, 3 x 1.4 FAJ 121 0769* Enhanced Uplink, 5 x 1.4 requires FAJ 121 0768 Enhanced Uplink, 4 x 1.4 FAJ 121 0770* Enhanced Uplink, 6 x 1.4 requires FAJ 121 0769 Enhanced Uplink, 5 x 1.4

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7

Purchase and Licensing Principles

7.1

Introduction

The WCDMA RAN functionality is divided into two categories, Basic and Optional features. Basic features are mandatory and contain functions that are necessary for operating a WCDMA system. Optional features provide

additional value to the network.

In general optional features could be purchased independent of each other. However, there are cases when there are dependencies between optional features. Hence, to be able to purchase a specific optional feature it might be required to purchase other optional features as well. Information about the dependencies to other optional features can be found in Chapter 6 above, or in the Feature Descriptions.

The WCDMA RAN SW products are available for the customers on a Right to Use basis. Right to Use Licenses are available in two dimensions:

• Licensing of Functionality (see Chapter 7.2)

(defined by the number of SW features available to a customer). • Licensing of Capacity (see Chapter 7.3)

(defined by e.g. baseband capacity and several HSPA resources). For more information about license handling, please see Customer Product Information - 90/1553-HSD 101 02 Uen. This document also contains a mapping of license keys to features (for functional as well as for capacity features).

There are several types of orders that generate Right to Use Licenses; Type of system:

• Commercial

• Temporary (See Chapter 7.6)

• Internal (for Ericsson internal use, e.g. for lab and demo usage, see Chapter 7.9)

Type of sales:

• New Sales of W12 (See Chapter 7.8.3) • Upgrade (See Chapter 7.8.4)

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To be able to see the dependencies between features in the product package, there is an option to use a so-called "node mask”. The dependencies among features will be triggered when ”node mask” is selected and the quantification from the supply view will follow the bulk rules. The orderer fills in the capacity values needed for each specific feature, and this value sets the range of selection for each feature. It is important to clarify that the "Node mask" functionality is only be applicable for ”New sales”.

7.2

Licensing of Functionality

All features purchased will be delivered with licenses. Most of the optional features purchased will in addition be enabled and managed with the help of software license keys. The software license keys will be distributed in a Key File after ordering the optional features, and each key is valid for a specified node, where the function resides (Sometimes in several nodes. Note, that in this case, keys might be delivered even for nodes where the function does not reside, see Chapter 7.6.). If a software key for a feature is not available for a specific node, it will not be possible to activate and use this feature on that specific node.

For more information on licensing of functionality see also the feature description

• FAJ 121 1051 R2: License control for features

7.3

Licensing principles in WCDMA RAN

The WCDMA business model is built on the strategy to sell new

capacity/features and expansions thereof per node, not to move existing capacity/features between nodes. Peak dimension shall be used when offering/ordering SW capacity.

For more information on pricing and price models, please see the WCDMA RAN Pricing Guide available in ECP

7.3.1

Integration Unlock

If the node Fingerprint is not known at node integration, it is not possible to activate software licenses and hardware activation codes in ELIS, nor deliver the correct keys to the node through the Key File. Therefore, the functionality of a node is limited in both functionality and capacity until the Key File is loaded.

For integration purposes of a new node it is possible to activate Integration Unlock in order to unlock all software features, capacities, and hardware activation codes. Integration Unlock is only available once per node. The Key File must be loaded within 21 days, thereafter the node will be locked to minimum functionality and capacity. No order is needed for Integration Unlock. Please see WRAN CPI for more information.

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Applicable to all WCDMA RBS.

7.3.2

Emergency Unlock

In case of emergency (disasters, e.g. earthquake, etc.) it will be possible to unlock the locked capacity and features two times via command (emergency unlock). When the lock has been unlocked, all available capacities (defined by the installed hardware) and features can be used for seven days. After the lock has been applied two times it will not be possible to unlock capacity and features another time, unless the emergency unlock function is reset. The emergency unlock function is covered by the basic feature:

• FAJ 121 1226 R1: Emergency Unlock (basic)

The emergency unlock function can be reset (activated again) through a separate software key, ordered through the feature

• FAJ 121 961 R1: Emergency Unlock Reset (optional)

The Emergency Unlock Reset feature needs only be ordered after the Emergency Unlock feature has been used.

7.3.3

Delayed Activation of Capacity Control (Grace Period)

In order to avoid subscriber traffic blocking due to the utilization reaching licensed capacity, the feature FAJ 121 1009 can be used for RBS and the feature FAJ 121 1831 can be used for RNC. The first time that all licensed capacity is used up, an alarm is issued, and for a certain amount of days (grace period) it is possible to use more capacity than actually licensed. This grace period shall be used by the operator to adjust (increase) the capacity for the node where the licensed capacity is used up. In W12 Channel Element Uplink, Channel Element Downlink, RNC Throughput and RNC Users can be enabled with delayed activation of capacity control.

FAJ 121 1009 R2: Delayed activation of Capacity Control (RBS, basic) FAJ 121 1831 R1: Delayed activation of Capacity Control (RNC, basic) If a grace period longer than 15 days shall be used, an exemption needs to be requested by CU and granted by PA Radio.

7.3.4

Return/move of activated SW licenses

As mentioned above, the business model for WCDMA RAN is built on the strategy to sell new capacity/features and expansions thereof, not to move existing capacity/features. Furthermore, peak dimension shall be used when offering/ordering SW capacity. In exceptional cases (when dimensioning has failed), to maintain a good relationship with customer and avoid a “contract stopper” it’s possible to correct the licensed software. Return/move of licenses shall not be used for periodic changes of the network.

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The process on move of licenses is named Return Authorization Entitlement (RAE). The RAE process enables the regions to handle the move in ELIS by themselves. A Return Authorization Entitlement is an entitlement in ELIS that enables one return of capacity and/or functionality from a node to the LAC. Each time a return is performed, the number of Return Authorization Entitlements will be reduced by one. The quantity of Return Authorization Entitlements indicates the remaining number of returns to be executed. In order to use the RAE process and receive a quantity of RAE an exemption request must be applied for and granted by PA Radio.

In short, the exemption process consists of the following steps:

1. The Region has to fill in a request template and send it to PA Radio (Request template)

2. PA Radio will decide within 5 working days to grant or deny the request

3. PA Radio will issue a request to SW Supply to create the RAE according to the decision

4. SW Supply will create the RAE according to the decision within 3 working days

5. The Region can now execute the returns according to the RAE quantity

Note:

• Hardware Activation Codes, “Delayed Activation of Capacity Control”, “Emergency Unlock Reset", and temporary licenses cannot be

returned or moved between nodes

• New Key Files for involved nodes are required in order to complete the change

7.3.5

Ordering of restricted features

When ordering features that are restricted, i.e. features that are not generally available, you will have to submit a PIN code when placing an order for a restricted feature in ECP/ONE. Restricted features are listed in the Feature Restriction list available in WCDMA RAN Product Catalog. In order to obtain a PIN code for ordering, you need to submit an Exemption Request to BNET PA Radio Exemption Board.

7.4

Licensing of Capacity in the RBS

The capacity in the RBS is defined by HW capacity (HW units together with HW Activation Codes) and by RBS SW capacity licenses. RBS SW capacity licenses are described in this document. For more information on HW Activation Codes, see Product Package Description for RBS 6000 in the Product Catalogue.

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In WCDMA RAN W12 there are three groups of RBS SW capacity licenses. One for normal RAN features, one for HSDPA features and one for EUL features.

7.4.1

Capacity Licensing for RBS features

The capacity for up- and downlink, in terms of Channel Elements (CEs) is defined in:

• FAJ 121 072 R2: RBS Channel Elements Uplink • FAJ 121 073 R2: RBS Channel Elements Downlink

The capacity bought for an RBS will be managed with the help of software keys. The capacity for each RBS will be limited to the amount of RBS Channel Elements ordered for that specific RBS. See also

• FAJ 121 437 R1: License control for capacity

7.4.2

Capacity licensing for HSDPA features

When buying HSDPA functionality, the capacity is defined by: • FAJ 121 1010 R1: HSDPA cell carriers

The feature “HSDPA Cell Carriers” defines the number of cells for each RBS that supports HSDPA. With the introduction of BULK ordering additional number of HSDPA cell carriers are entered for each functionality and the number of cell carriers per Node is not longer entered. The price objects result will be 1/3 of the HS cell value (since priced per 3HScc). The FAJ 121 1010 results with the same value as the intro package. Activating the ordered quantity is done in ELIS and not considered in the configuration. The maximum value per RBS is 12. See also chapter 7.6.

In addition the maximum number of permitted HSDPA simultaneous users per cell is defined: (The number of HSDPA users was previously covered by FAJ1211011)

• FAJ 121 0396 R1: 4 HSDPA users per cell • FAJ 121 0397 R1: 16 HSDPA users per cell • FAJ 121 0398 R1: 32 HSDPA users per cell • FAJ 121 0461 R1: 64 HSDPA users per cell • FAJ 121 1531 R1: 96 HSDPA users per cell

The introduction package includes 4 users per cell.

The HSDPA performance is also defined through the number of HSDPA codes that can be used. This is configured through the capacity feature. (The number of codes was previously covered by FAJ1210332)

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