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