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3GPP  RAN3
TR 36.902


E-UTRAN –
Self-configuring and self-optimizing network (SON)
use cases and solutions

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            V9.3
RP-51
2011-04
23 p.
         
Note that, after each TSG Plenary Meeting, the 3GPP Word documents are produced first, and later on – excepted for the releases not frozen yet, and 8xx-Technical-Reports – the PDF documents are published by the ETSI.
Rapporteur:   NEUBACHER, Andreas
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This TR provides descriptions of agreed use cases and solutions with regards to self configuring and self optimizing networks.

The scope of the self configuring and self optimizing functionality is defined in TS 36.300.
full   Table of Contents   for version:   9.3
 1 Scope       p. 6
 2 References       p. 6
 3 Definitions, symbols and abbreviations       p. 6
3.1 Definitions       p. 6
3.2 Symbols       p. 6
3.3 Abbreviations       p. 7
 4 Description of envisioned self configuring and self
optimizing functionality, Use cases       p. 7
4.1 Coverage and capacity optimization       p. 7
4.1.1 Use Case description       p. 7
4.2 Energy Savings       p. 7
4.2.1 Use Case description       p. 8
4.2.2 Solution Description       p. 8
4.2.2.1 Input data, definition of Measurements or Performance data       p. 8
4.2.2.2 Output, influenced entities and parameter       p. 8
4.2.2.3 Impacted specifications, procedure interactions and
interfaces       p. 8
4.3 Interference Reduction       p. 8
4.3.1 Use Case description       p. 8
4.4 Automated Configuration of Physical Cell Identity       p. 8
4.4.1 Use Case description       p. 8
4.4.2 Solution Description       p. 9
4.4.2.1 Input data, definition of Measurements or Performance data       p. 9
4.4.2.2 Output, influenced entities and parameter       p. 9
4.4.2.3 Impacted specifications and interfaces       p. 10
4.5 Mobility robustness optimisation       p. 10
4.5.1 Use Case description       p. 10
4.5.2 Required Functionality       p. 10
4.5.2.1 Detection of Too Late HO       p. 10
4.5.2.2 Detection of Too Early HO       p. 10
4.5.2.3 Detection of HO to a Wrong Cell       p. 11
4.5.2.4 Reducing inefficient use of network resources due to
unnecessary HOs       p. 11
4.5.2.5 Optimization of cell reselection parameters       p. 11
4.5.3 Evaluation scenarios and expected results       p. 11
4.5.4 O&M requirements for radio related functions       p. 11
4.5.5 Solution Description       p. 11
4.5.5.1 Input data, definition of Measurements or Performance data       p. 11
4.5.5.1.1 Detection of Too Late HOs       p. 12
4.5.5.1.2 Detection of Too Early HO       p. 12
4.5.5.2 Output, influenced entities and parameter       p. 12
4.5.5.3 Impacted specifications and interfaces       p. 12
4.6 Mobility Load balancing optimisation       p. 12
4.6.1 Use Case description       p. 12
4.6.2 Required functionality       p. 13
4.6.3 Evaluation criteria and expected results       p. 13
4.6.4 O&M requirements for radio related functions       p. 13
4.6.5 Solution description for Intra LTE load balancing       p. 14
4.6.5.1 Input data, definition of Measurements or Performance data       p. 14
4.6.5.2 Output, influenced entities and parameter       p. 14
4.6.5.3 Impacted specifications and interfaces       p. 14
4.6.6 Solution description for Inter RAT load balancing       p. 14
4.6.6.1 Input data, definition of Measurements or Performance data       p. 15
4.6.6.2 Output, influenced entities and parameter       p. 15
4.6.6.3 Impacted specifications and interfaces       p. 15
4.7 RACH Optimisation       p. 15
4.7.1 Use Case description       p. 15
4.7.2 Objective       p. 16
4.7.3 Expected results       p. 16
4.7.4 Solution Description       p. 17
4.7.4.1 Performance data, Input data and definition of Measurements       p. 17
4.7.4.1.1 Performance Specification       p. 17
4.7.4.1.2 Input Data       p. 17
4.7.4.1.3 Definition of Measurements       p. 18
4.7.4.2 Output, influenced entities and parameters       p. 18
4.7.4.3 Impacted specifications, procedure interactions and
interfaces       p. 18
4.7.4.3.1 Stage 2 and stage 3 specifications       p. 18
4.7.5 O&M requirements       p. 19
4.8 Automatic Neighbour Relation Function       p. 19
4.9 Inter-cell Interference Coordination       p. 19
4.9.1 Use Case description       p. 19
Annex A Change History       p. 21