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Contents
Contents
Contents 3
List of tables 4
List of figures 5
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Introduction to TGMONI 7
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Command decriptions of TGMONI 9
Glossary 25
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Introduction to TGMONI
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Introduction to TGMONI
Purpose of the TGMONI program block
The Trxsig Monitoring Program Block (TGMONI) is a service terminal extension
that can be used in the DX 200 BSC.
The TGMONI commands are used for monitoring and decoding the Abis
TELECOM interface messages between the BSC and the base tranceiver stations.
The messages are encoded according to the GSM ETSI interface specifications.
TGMONI is able to monitor two different kinds of Telecom messages, Abis
messages and System Information messages (the default is both). The user is also
able to set transparent and non-transparent monitoring on (the default is both).
The messages are encoded according to these different notations: T (Type only,
fixed length, only element identifier included), V (Value only, fixed length, no
element identifier included), TV (Type and Value, fixed length, element identifier
included), TLV (Type, Length and Value, variable length, element identifier and
length indicator included, total length of informtion element, for variable length,
lower and upper limits) and TGMONI outputs them to the service terminal in a
decoded form.
The user can also set different trigger methods for messages according to the
monitored TRX_id.
By default, messages are output to TERMINAL. The user can also direct output
into unit memory.
How to use the TGMONI service terminal extension
The user can access TGMONI either via the actual service terminal in the
Operation and Manitenance Unit (OMU) of the BSC or via the MML terminal
(with the command ZDDS; ).
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When using the extension for the first time, the user has to link it to the service
terminal of the OMU with the command ZLE . The following parameters are
given: the caracter to be used for the extension, and the naming characters of the
module containing the extension. In this document, the letter 1 is used as the
name of the extension. The name of the extension module is TGM_BXSX. Thus,
the installation command is the following:
ZLE:1,TGM_BXSX;
For more information, see User's Manual of the Service Terminal.
General description of TGMONI
The TGMONI operates in the Operation and Maintenance Unit (OMU) of the
BSC and implements the following commands:
M START MONITORING
This command monitors, decodes and outputs Abis
TELECOM messages in the terminal or saves them in the
memory buffer according to the mode defined by the user.
T EXCLUDING
With this command the user is able to define excluded
messages. Some messages are set to be excluded by default.
See the output command for those messages.
T TRIGGERING
This command will start monitoring in a specific link when
the message defined by the user has arrived to monitoring.
F FILTERING
This command will filter the messages defined by the user in
monitoring.
O OUTPUTS
This command monitors, decodes and outputs the Abis
TELECOM messages from the memory buffer. Outputs also
include excluded messages, the trigger table, the filter table
and the message types output command.
The user can interrupt the output by pressing CTRL-C.
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Main menu
The main level menu provides the following commands:
ABIS TELECOM MONITORING COMMANDS
?
M
E
T
F
O
Z
.....
....
.....
.....
.....
.....
....
MENU/HELP
START MONITORING
EXCLUDING
TRIGGERING
FILTERING
OUTPUTS
EXIT
START MONITORING - M
FUNCTION
The command 'M' is used for starting the monitoring and
decoding the Abis TELECOM messages.
PARAMETERS
BTS identification, TRX identification, message mode, trans
mode, process and output device.
SYNTAX
The Start Monitoring command syntax:
Z1M:BTS_ID [-TRX_ID]...: MSG
= <message
mode>:
TP/NP = <trans mode >:
PRB
= <process
>:
OUT
= <TERM/<pointer [,
end] >:;
PARAMETER EXPLANATIONS
BTS identification BTS_ID
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The identification of the monitored base station function.
Possible values range from 1 up to the maximum amount of
the BTS. The user can give multiple BTSs by using the
characters & and &&. The parameter is obligatory. Note: the
maximum possible amount of simultaneously monitored
TELECOM links is 128, so it's not possible to monitor all the
defined BTSs at the same time in a large configuration.
TRX identification TRX_ID
The identification of the monitored TRX in the BTS. Possible
values range from 1 to 16. If a value is not given, then all the
existing TRXs under the BTS are monitored. The parameter is
optional.
message mode MSG
The mode of the message output. Possible values are:
H (EADER) ...... Only the header of the
message is printed
I (SYS INFO) ...... Only system information
messages
L (3) ...... Only L3 information elem is
printed
E (XCLUDE) ...... All messages except excluded
X (heX) ...... The whole message (data in hex
)
F (ULL) ...... The whole message is printed
(default)
HEADER will output only the headers of the messages. SYS
INFO will monitor only the messages containing system
information from SYIPRB.L3 will monitor only messages
containing the L3 information element. The EXCLUDE
mode bypasses the messages the user has set to be exluded
(bypassed messages are set with the E-command). The HEX
mode will print out data in hexadecimal form. FULL is the
default mode and will print out all possible messages from the
processes defined by the user.
trans mode TP/NP
The mode of the transparent message output. Possible values
are:
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O (FF) ...... Messages including a message discriminator are skipped
F (ULL) ..... Message data including a message discriminator is decoded and
output (default)
TP is for transparent discriminator messages and NP is for
NON-Transparent discriminator messages.
process PRB
The mode of the process output. Possible values are:
A (BIPRB) ...... ABIPRB messages are decoded and output
S (YIPRB) ...... SYIPRB messages are decoded and output
B (OTH) ..... All possible processes (ABIPRB and SYIPRB) are output (default)
Monitored process for Abis TELECOM message.
output device OUT
The target of the output. The possible values are:
TERM .............. Service terminal
(default)
selector.offset,end_address ... GDT slot,
offset
and end address
(e.g.G40.0,3FFFF)
The end address is optional. It can be used to limit the buffer
memory size that the TGMONI uses when the monitored
messages are directed to the memory buffer. This is useful for
example when message monitoring is directed to the same
GDT slot in the same computer unit in which the Abis
TELECOM messages are monitored. Configuring the
memory area correctly for both monitoring tasks prevents the
different tasks' monitoring messages from overwriting each
other's memory area. If the end address is not used in the
command, TGMONI uses the maximum GDT slot end
address given by the system.
EXAMPLES
1.
Monitor and decode the Abis TELECOM messages of
BTSs 1 and 2.
Z1M:1&2;
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Monitor all the Abis TELECOM message headers of
the BTSs ranging from BTSs 10 to 20. Output is
directed to G40.0.
Z1M:10&&20:MSG=HEADER:OUT=G40.0;
3.
Monitor these BTSs at the same time : BTS 7 TRX
1, BTS 8 TRX 2 and BTSs from 9 to 12.
Z1M:7-1&8-2&9&&12;
4.
Monitor all ABIPRB messages from BTSs 15 to 40.
Z1M:15&&40:PRB=A;
5.
Monitor all System Information messages in BTS 15
TRX 1 and TRX 11
Z1M:151&11:MSG=I;
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
The user can stop monitoring by pressing CTRL-C. If
messages are monitored into memory and it is filled up, the
monitoring is stopped by the computer. First (one) character
of <message mode> , <trans mode> or <process> identifies
the value.
OPERATION
The TGMONI ensures the existence of the given BCFs/TRXs
from the BSS Radio Network Configuration Database
(BSDATA). Only an existing BCF/TRX link sends a
monitoring message to the monitored Abis TELECOM
Program Blocks (ABIPRB and/or SYIPRB). The ABIPRB
and/or the SYIPRB sends an acknowledgement message and
starts sending copies of Abis TELECOM messages to the
TGMONI. The TGMONI decodes and outputs the messages
to the user according to the output mode.
After receiving a CTRL-C, the TGMONI sends a monitoring
reset message to the monitored process (ABIPRB and/or
SYIPRB).
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EXECUTION PRINTOUTS
The execution printout consists of the following components:
1.
Monitoring header (monitored BTSs and monitoring
modes). If any defined trigger, filter or excluded
messages exist, they are shown at the beginning of the
monitoring start phase. For example, if the user has
defined some filters on and starts monitoring,
TGMONI will show the messages first.
2.
Message Header: D-channel number, Calendar time,
BTS identity , TRX identity, Discriminators, Abis
TELECOM message name and number. If the message
is not found, the text UNKNOWN is printed instead of
the name.
3.
Element data: Abis TELECOM element data decoded
as described in the Abis TELECOM interface. If the
element is not found, the text UNKNOWN is printed
instead of the identification text. However, the data is
printed in hexadecimal form.
The following is an example of an execution printout:
00:MAN> Z1M:1&2-5
Monitored BTS (TRX): 001 (01) 001 (02) 002 (05)
Monitoring modes: MSG = FULL, TP = FULL, NP = FULL, PRB = BOTH
***************** DCS = 2
************** 2001-01-18
From BSC to BTS-001 TRX-01
Radio Link Layer Management
Transparent
DATA REQUEST (1H)
Channel Number
- SDCCH/4 + ACCH sub-channel : 0
- Timeslot : 0
Link Identifier
- Sapi : 0
- Channel type : FACCH or SDCCH
- Normal priority
L3 Information
LOCATION UPDATING ACCEPT (MM)
Location Area Id.
- MCC : 234, - MNC : 15, - LAC : 4369 (1111h)
Mobile Identity
- Length : 5
- TMSI : 11118E775600
******* DCS = 2
************** 20001-01-18
From BTS-001 TRX-01 to BSC
Radio Link Layer Management
Transparent
DATA INDICATION (2H)
Channel Number
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- SDCCH/4 + ACCH sub-channel : 0
- Timeslot : 0
Link Identifier
- Sapi : 0
- Channel type : FACCH or SDCCH
- Normal priority
L3 Information
TMSI REALLOCATION COMPLETE (MM)
***************** DCS = 2
************** 20001-01-18
From BSC to BTS-001 TRX-01
Radio Link Layer Management
Transparent
DATA REQUEST (1H)
Channel Number
- SDCCH/4 + ACCH sub-channel : 0
- Timeslot : 0
Link Identifier
- Sapi : 0
- Channel type : FACCH or SDCCH
- Normal priority
L3 Information
CHANNEL RELEASE (RR)
RR Cause
- Normal event
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***************** DCS = 2
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From BSC to BTS-001 TRX-01
Dedicated Channel Management
NON_Transparent
DEACTIVATE SACCH (25H)
Channel Number
- SDCCH/4 + ACCH sub-channel : 0
- Timeslot : 0
14:11:36.06 ****
******* DCS = 2
************** 20001-01-18
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From BTS-001 TRX-01 to BSC
Radio Link Layer Management
NON_Transparent
RELEASE INDICATION (9H)
Channel Number
- SDCCH/4 + ACCH sub-channel : 0
- Timeslot : 0
Link Identifier
- Sapi : 0
- Channel type : FACCH or SDCCH
- Normal priority
***************** DCS = 2
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Dedicated Channel Management
NON_Transparent
RF CHANNEL RELEASE (2EH)
Channel Number
- SDCCH/4 + ACCH sub-channel : 0
- Timeslot : 0
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From BTS-001 TRX-01 to BSC
Dedicated Channel Management
NON_Transparent
RF CHANNEL RELEASE ACK (33H)
Channel Number
- SDCCH/4 + ACCH sub-channel : 0
- Timeslot : 0
Monitoring only SYSTEM INFO Abis TELECOM messages:
00:MAN> Z1M:1&2:MSG=I;
Monitored BTS (TRX): 001 (01) 001 (02) 002 (05)
Monitoring modes: MSG = SYS INFOs, TP = FULL, NP = FULL, PRB = BOTH
***************** DCS = 2
************** 20001-01-18
14:11:28.77 ****
From BSC to BTS-001 TRX-01
Common Channel Management
NON_Transparent
BCCH INFORMATION (11H)
Channel Number
- BCCH
- Timeslot : 0
System Info Type
SYSTEM INFORMATION 4
Full BCCH Information
SYSTEM INFO TYPE 4 (RR)
Location Area Id.
- MCC : 234, - MNC : 15, - LAC : 4369 (1111h)
Cell Selection Params
- cell reselect hysteresis : 4 dB
- MS_TXPWR_MAX_CCH : 5
- RXLEV_ACCESS_MIN : 5 (-106 - -105 dBm)
- new estab causes are not supported
- SI 4 rest octest (if present), used
RACH Control Parameters
- max retransmissions : 4
- number of slots : 10
- cell is barred
- call reestab. not allowed
- Emergency call allowed
- allowed acc. classes :
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15
SI 4 Rest Octets :
2B, 2B, 2B, 2B, 2B, 2B, 2B, 2B, 2B,
2B
***************** DCS = 2
************** 20001-01-18
From BSC to BTS-001 TRX-01
TRX Management
NON_Transparent
SACCH FILLING (1AH)
System Info Type
SYSTEM INFORMATION 5
L3 Information
SYSTEM INFO TYPE 5 (RR)
Neighbour Cells Descr.
- format id : bit map 0
- IE carries the complete BA
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- BCCH allocation seq. number : 0
- BA :
***************** DCS = 2
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TRX Management
NON_Transparent
SACCH FILLING (1AH)
System Info Type
SYSTEM INFORMATION 6
L3 Information
SYSTEM INFO TYPE 6 (RR)
Cell Identity
- cell id value : 3950
(0204h)
Location Area Id.
- MCC : 234, - MNC : 15, - LAC : 4369 (1111h)
Cell Options (BCCH)
- BCCH included in meas. results
- MSs shall not use DTX
- RLT : 20 SACCH multiframes
NCC Permitted
- NCCs : 0, N = 1
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SEMANTIC ERROR MESSAGES
/*** BTS NOT FOUND ***/
There are no existing BTSs in the monitoring set command.
/*** TRX NOT FOUND ***/
There are no existing TRXs in the monitoring set command.
/*** BTS NUMBER OUT OF RANGE ***/
The BTS number is not valid.
/*** TRX NUMBER OUT OF RANGE ***/
The TRX number is not valid.
/*** TRX NOT FOUND UNDER BTS ***/
There are no existing TRXs under the monitored BTS.
/*** SEGMENT FULL, MONITORING STOPPED ***/
The output segment is full.
/*** SEGMENT NOT WRITABLE ***/
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The user has given an output segment (for example a GDT
slot) that is not writable.
/*** SYNTAX ERROR ***/
Illegal parameter name or value is given.
EXCLUDING - E
FUNCTION
The command 'E' is used to define the "excluded messages"
that will be bypassed during the monitoring.
PARAMETERS
number
SYNTAX
The Excluding command syntax:
Z1E (C):NBR (,NBR,NBR,...);
PARAMETER EXPLANATIONS
number
The number of the excluded message. The number is given in
decimal or hexadecimal format:
number,number,number ... maximum amount of
messages is 16
(for example E:26 or EH:1A )
Excluding is useful when the user wants to drop unwanted
messages out from the monitoring output.
These messages do not point to any specific BTS or TRX.
The setting will be on for all monitored links.
The user can give the command EC; to clear all defined
excluded messages.
EXAMPLES
1.
Excluding messages PAGING COMMAND (21, 15h)
and SACCH INFO MODIFY (52,34h)
Set excluding messages:
Z1E:21,52;
Start monitoring:
Z1M:BTS_id:MSG=E;
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
The excluded messages are excluded from all of the
monitored links.
OPERATION
TGMONI gets Abis TELECOM messages and outputs them
if they are not defined in the excluded list.
SEMANTIC ERROR MESSAGES
/*** NO MESSAGE TYPE FOUND ***/
The user has given a message number that is not found.
TRIGGERING - T
FUNCTION
The command 'T' is used for defining a monitoring table for
triggered messages.
PARAMETERS
BTS identification, TRX identification, number
SYNTAX
The Monitoring command syntax:
Z1T:BTS_ID (-TRX_ID),NUMBER;
PARAMETER EXPLANATIONS
BTS identification
The identification of the monitored base station function.
Possible values range from 1 to 248. The user can give
multiple BTSs by using the characters & and &&. The
parameter is obligatory. Note: a maximum combination of
128 BTSs/TRXs can be triggered simultaneously.
TRX identification
The identification of the monitored TRX in the BTS. Possible
values range from 1 to 16. If a value is not given, then all the
TRXs in the BTS are triggered. The parameter is optional.
number
The number of desired triggering message for the defined
BTS+TRX combination.
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The triggering table is used for starting the monitoring after
certain messages for different TRX links. The maximum
amount of triggering settings is 128 messages.
Triggering is used for monitoring when the user wants to start
outputting the message monitoring after a certain message has
appeared in the defined link.
EXAMPLES
1.
Set triggering for BTS 1 TRX 4 and the message
number is 19.
Z1T:1-4,19
2.
Set triggering for BTS 3 and the message number is 20.
Z1T:3,20
SEMANTIC ERROR MESSAGES
/*** NO MESSAGE TYPE FOUND ***/
The user has given a message number but it is not defined.
/*** BTS NOT FOUND
The user has given a BTS number but it is not defined in the
radio network.
/*** TRX NOT FOUND
The user has given a TRX number but it is not defined in the
radio network.
/*** TRX NOT FOUND UNDER BTS ***/
The user has given a TRX number but it is not defined under
the given BTS in the radio network.
FILTERING - F
FUNCTION
The command 'F ' is used to define a monitoring table for
filtered messages.
PARAMETERS
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BTS identification, TRX identification, number
SYNTAX
The Filtering command syntax:
Z1F:BTS_ID (-TRX_ID),NUMBER;
PARAMETER EXPLANATIONS
BTS identification
The identification of the monitored base station function.
Possible values range from 1 to 248. The user can give
multiple BTSs by using the characters & and &&. The
parameter is obligatory. Note: a maximum combination of
128 BTSs/TRXs can be filtered simultaneously.
TRX identification
The identification of the monitored TRX in the BTS. Possible
values range from 1 to 16. If a value is not given, then all the
TRXs in the BTS are filtered. The parameter is optional.
number
The number of the desired filttering message for the defined
BTS+TRX combination.
Filtering is used when the user doesn't want to output a certain
message in a certain link. The maximum number of messages
filtered out is 64 messages.
EXAMPLES
1.
Set filtering for BTS 1 TRX 4 and the message number
is 97.
Z1F:1-4,97
2.
Set filtering for BTS 3 and the message number is 19.
Z1F:3,19
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/*** NO MESSAGE TYPE FOUND ***/
The user has given a message number that is not defined.
/*** BTS NOT FOUND
The user has given a BTS number that is not defined in the
radio network.
/*** TRX NOT FOUND
The user has given a TRX number that is not defined in the
radio network.
/*** TRX NOT FOUND UNDER BTS ***/
The user has given a TRX number that is not defined under
the given BTS in the radio network.
OUTPUTS - O
FUNCTION
The command 'O' is used to output the monitoring buffer to
the service terminal after the monitoring to the buffer is
stopped (the monitoring has started, for example, with the
OUT=G40.0 parameter). The user can also output excluded
messages, the trigger table and the filter table.
PARAMETERS
address, BTS_id, TRX_id, number
SYNTAX
The different Outputs command syntax:
P:pointer [,end];
Note: pointer and end values must be the same that were given
in the monitoring command for the monitoring buffer.
pointer:
(e.g. G40.0 [,3FFFF])
E;
This shows the list of the excluded messages.
Monitoring is shown in FULL (exclude) mode at the beginning of the monitoring.
T (:BTS_ID- (TRX_ID));
This shows the list of triggerings if there is any.
You can show the triggerings along BTS_id, or BTS_id and TRX_id,
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or all the triggering settings.
BTS_ID
TRX_ID
(1 - 248)
(1 - 16)
Default is: Show all the triggering settings.
F (:BTS_ID- (TRX_ID));
This shows the list of filterings if there is any.
You can show the filterings along BTS_id, or BTS_id and TRX_id,
or all the filtering settings.
BTS_ID
TRX_ID
(1 - 248)
(1 - 16)
Default is: Show all the filtering setting.
M (H) (:NUMBER);
!
The number is HEX.
Output the message types or all the possible
types according to the number.
NUMBER: Decimal number of type.
The default is: Output all types.
PARAMETER EXPLANATIONS
address
The address of the monitoring memory. The address is given
in the following format:
SELECTOR.OFFSET,END_ADDRESS ... GDT slot,
offset
and end address (e.g.G40.0,3FFFF)
The address must be the same given in the monitoring start
command for the OUT parameter, which defines the
monitoring buffer.
BTS identification
The identification of the monitored base station function.
Possible values range from 1 to 248. The user can give
multiple BTSs by using the characters & and &&. The
parameter is optional.
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TRX identification
The identification of the monitored TRX in the BTS. Possible
values range from 1 to 16. If a value is not given, then all the
TRXs in the BTS are filtered. The parameter is optional.
number
The number of the message type.
Default excluded messages are:
18 : (12h) CCCH LOAD INDICATION
25 : (19h) RF RESOURCE INDICATION
The user is able to define more excluded messages. Userdefined messages are valid only while the user doesn't exit the
service terminal extension.
The triggering table is used for starting the monitoring after
certain messages appear in different TRX links. The
maximum number of triggering settings is 128 messages.
Filtering is used in monitoring when the user doesn't want
certain messages to appear in the monitoring output. The
maximum number of filtering settings is 64 messages.
Message types can also be displayed.
EXAMPLES
1.
Output from G40.0.
Z1OP:G40.0;
(Monitoring start command has been, for example, Z1M:5:OUT=G40.0;)
2.
Display the triggering table
Z1OT;
3.
Display triggering from BTSs 1 to 20
Z1OT:1&&20;
4.
Display the filtering table
Z1OF;
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5.
Display message types
Z1OM;
6.
Display excluded messages
Z1OE;
(The monitoring start command should be, for example, Z1M:3:MSG=E;)
SEMANTIC ERROR MESSAGES
/*** SEGMENT NOT READABLE ***/
The user has given an input segment (for example a GDT slot)
that is not readable.
/*** NO MESSAGE TYPE FOUND ***/
The user has given a message number that is not defined.
/*** BTS NOT FOUND
The user has given a BTS number that is not defined in the
radio network.
/*** TRX NOT FOUND
The user has given a TRX number that is not defined in the
radio network.
/*** TRX NOT FOUND UNDER BTS ***/
The user has given a TRX number that is not defined under
the given BTS in the radio network.
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Glossary
Glossary
BTS
Base Tranceiver Station.
TRX
The transceiver (TRX) is a function which transmits and receives a radio carrier
and handles baseband and frame functions.
MS
Mobile Station.
MML
Man Machine Language.
OMU
The TGMONI extension is operated from the Operation and Maintenance Unit
(OMU). The ABIPRB and SYIPRB processes are located in the BCSU. For
example, hard disks and disk drives are also connected to the OMU.
BCSU
The Base Station Controller Signalling Unit (BCSU) performs those BSC
functions that are highly dependent on the volume of traffic. It consists of two
parts corresponding to the A and Abis interfaces.Processes ABIPRB and SYIPRB
are located in the Base Station Controller Signalling Unit (BCSU) computer unit.
Messages from those processes can be monitored in real time with the Monitoring
command M in the TGMONI service terminal.
ABIPRB
The Abis-interface program block. ABIPRB provides the layer 3 signaling
services in the Abis telecom interface between the BSC and the BTS. After a
successful monitoring start, all desired message transfers between ABIPRB and
BTS are also sent to TGMONI.
SYIPRB
The system information sending program block. SYIPRB provides the layer 3
signaling services (System Information) in the Abis telecom interface between
the BSC and the BTS. After a successful monitoring start, all desired message
transfers between SYIPRB and BTS are also sent to TGMONI.
TRXSIG
The telecom signaling channel between the BSC and TRXs.
T, V, TV, TLV
Coding methods of the message element used in the Abis Telecom interface.
BTS id
Each BTS under the same BCF has an unique number from 1 up to the maximum
amount of BTSs. The number comes from the radio network plan.
TRX id
Each TRX under the same BTS has an unique number from 1 up to the
maximum amount of TRXs. The number comes from the radio network plan.
Transparent
BTS has to take or has taken no specific action with Abis TELECOM messages.
Non-Transparent
BTS has to take some action because of a message and messages which are the
result from actions taken by the BTS in the Abis interface.
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