Device and method to control connection identification in communication system

FIELD: information technologies.

SUBSTANCE: method and device are proposed to transfer/receive connection identification (CID) in the communication system. Having detected the necessity to transfer its service, the mobile station (MS) sends a message of service transfer request to the first basic station (BS) that executes connection with MS. When receiving the message of service transfer request, the first BS sends to MS at least one CID to establish the connection with the second BS, to which MS will perform service transfer, together with the message of the service transfer response in response to the message of the service transfer request. MS receives CID by means of the message of the service transfer response.

EFFECT: reduced time delays in communication.

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The LEVEL of TECHNOLOGY

In the communication system, mobile station (MS) must have a connection established with the base station (BS)to communicate with the BS. To identify each connection with the BS, the MS is assigned from the BS connection identifier (CID). For MS, during its initial network access communication system, the BS assigns a basic CID and primary CID management to exchange control data or control signals from the BS. In addition, the MS is assigned a transport CID for the exchange of user data.

That is, the transport CID is assigned to each connection in series, one after the other. Therefore, one MS can use multiple transport CID. Meanwhile, the CID used in the communication system are, for example, a 16-bit size and can be classified into different types according to their use, and use of CID values shown in Table 1.

Table 1
CIDValueDescription
Initial Ranging CID (CID-time connection)0x0000Use the subscriber station (SS and BS during initial p is nirvania (connection when joining the network)
Basic CID (basic CID)0x0001 - mThe same value is assigned to both compounds downlink (DL) and uplink communication (UL)
Primary management CID (CID primary
control)
n+1 - 2mThe same value is assigned to the connection and DL and UL
Transport CID, Secondary Mgt CIDS (transport CID, CID secondary control)2m1+ - FE9FTo connect secondary controls to the same value is assigned to the connection and DL and UL
Multicast CID (CID multicast)0xFEA0 - 0xFEFEFor service multicast downlink the same value is assigned to the same channel all MS involved in this connection
AAS initial ranging CID (CID initial ranging AAS)0xFEFFBS supporting the AAA shall use this CID when allocating interval ranking AAS (using information element (IE) AAS_ranging_allocation)
Multicast polling CID (CID multicast with a serial poll is m) 0xFF00 - 0xFFC9BS may be included in one or more multicast groups to survey the purpose of obtaining bandwidth via polling. These compounds do not have an associated stream data services
CID multicast in normal mode0xFFFAIn the message map (DL-MAP) access to the downward channel to mark packets for transmission of the broadcast information DL MS in normal mode
CID multicast for inactive mode0xFFFBUsed in DL-MAP to denote packets for transmission of broadcast information DL MS inactive (sleep) mode. Can also be used in messages MOB_TRF_IND
CID multicast to the standby0xFFFCUsed in DL-MAP to denote packets for transmission of broadcast information DL MS in idle mode (standby mode). Can also be used in messages MOB_PAG_ADV
CID fragmented broadcast0xFFFDUse BS for transmitting control broadcast information fragmentation. The subtitle of the fragment must use FSN (the sequence number of the fragment) 11-bit length on this connection
Padding CID (CID fill)0xFFFEUsed to transfer information placeholder by SS and BS
Broadcast CID (CID broadcast)0xFFFFIs used to broadcast information that is transmitted on the downlink to all SS

Table 1 shows the different types CID used in the communication system, and in accordance with their uses, they can be classified on CID ranking, basic CID, primary CID management, transport CID, CID multicast CID ranking with the support of the adaptive antenna system (AAS), CID multicast polling, multicast CID for normal mode multicast CID for standby mode multicast CID for inactive mode, CID fragmented broadcast, CID filling and CID broadcast.

In addition, the BS can assign to each MS basic CID, primary CID management, transport CID, CID multicast and multicast CID to the survey. Including CID, multicast CID p is passing and multicast CID to the survey are assigned collectively to the many MS. However, the basic CID and primary CID management is uniquely assigned to each MS.

CID ranking CID is used in the implementation of MS access BS and attempt to perform the ranking.

Basic CID and CID primary management CID are, which basically are assigned from the BS for each MS in the implementation of its access to the BS. CID multicast serial poll is CID, which is pre-defined MS used together. CID filling is CID, MS and BS are used together to specify the "Filling". CID broadcast CID is that the BS uses to notify stations MS, the message including the corresponding CID is a broadcast message.

In General, the CID assigned to the MS from the BS, has a unique value within the same BS, if the MS moves from the coverage area of one BS in the service area of another BS, the MS must be assigned a new CID from the new BS.

After that, during the transfer of service due to changes to MS access points to the service BS and MS share with each other the basic CID and primary CID management, as set forth below.

1 shows a diagram of the alarm system, illustrating the transmission/reception of CID in a conventional communication system. In the case shown here is assumed that the MS performs the transfer.

Coz the ACLs figure 1, the communication system includes an MS 110, the first BS 120 and the second BS 130. It is assumed that the first BS 120 is serving BS, which currently provides a communication service to the MS 110, and the second BS 130 is the target BS to which the MS 110 will perform the transfer.

At step 111, the first BS 120 transmits to the MS 110, the message descriptor (DCD) of the downlink. The DCD message is a message, a broadcast transmitted first BS 120.

At step 113, when adopting the DCD message, the MS 110 transmits to the first BS 120 request message ranging (RNG-REQ). MS 110 delivers basic information regarding the connection of the call to the first BS 120 in the message RNG-REQ.

At step 115, the first BS 120 transmits to the MS 110 the response message of ranging (RNG-RSP) in response to the message RNG-REQ. In this case, the first BS 120 together with the message RNG-RSP sends to the MS 110 basic CID to exchange control signals for the initial access. For example, it is assumed that the basic CID is '10'. MS 110 performs a receive operation and synchronization control transmit power from the first BS 120 by the operation of the ranking according to the steps 113-115.

At step 117, the MS 110 transmits to the first BS 120 message (SBC-REQ) request the core capabilities of the subscriber station to negotiate basic capabilities with the first BS 120. Message SBC-REQ includes information about the scheme mod the ablation and/or coding scheme, available for MS 110.

At step 119, the first BS 120 transmits to the MS 110 message (SBC-RSP) answer about the basic capabilities of the subscriber station in response to the message, the SBC-REQ.

In this case, the first BS 120 checks included in the message SBC-REQ information on the modulation scheme and/or coding scheme, available to the MS 110.

Message SBC-REQ and SBC message-RSP is a form of message-level access control for transmission medium (MAC), which MS 110 transmits/receives to negotiate basic capabilities with the first BS 120.

At step 121, the MS 110 transmits to the first BS 120 message (REG-REQ) registration request. When the message is received REG-REQ first BS 120 detects the registration information of the MS included in the message REG-REQ, thereby registering the MS 110 in the first BS 120.

At step 123, the first BS 120 transmits to the MS 110 message (REG-RSP) in response to registration with the registration information regarding the MS 110, registered in response to the message is received REG-REQ. In this case, the first BS 120 together with the message RNG-RSP transmits to the MS 110 CID primary management, in order to exchange control signals for the initial access. For example, it is assumed that the CID primary management '110'.

At step 125 MS 110 establishes a connection with the first BS 120, using the basic CID (=10) and CID (=110) of the primary control. MS 110 may be additionally assigned transponder is bound CID, in order to exchange user data with the first BS 120.

Meanwhile, when it detects the need for transfer of the MS 110 in step 127 passes to the first BS 120 message (HO-REQ) request transmission service. At step 129, the first BS 120 transmits the first BS 120 message (HO-RSP) response transmission service in response to the message HO REQ. Message HO-RSP contains information relative to the target BS (e.g., the second BS 130), in which the MS 110 will perform the transfer. MS 110 determines whether to perform her transfer to the second BS 130, on the basis of information included in the message HO-RSP. If the MS 110 decides to perform the transfer of the second BS 130, the MS 110 in step 131 passes to the first BS 120 message (HO-IND) specify the transfer service, indicating that it will soon be to perform the transfer of the second BS 130, and then at step 133 transmits a message RNG-REQ to the target BS transmission service that is second BS 130).

At step 135, the second BS 130 transmits to the MS 110 message RNG-RSP in response to message RNG-REQ. Message RNG-RSP contains the basic CID and primary CID management to update CID to the MS 110. The second BS 130 may exchange their control data or control signals through the basic CID and primary CID management, appointed MS 110 and updated. For example, palagems is, the basic CID is '0', and it is believed that the CID primary management '430'. Upon receipt of a message RNG-RSP from the second BS 130 MS 110 performs the update CID basic CID and primary CID management), using the values of the CID included in the message RNG-RSP. After that, at step 137 connection is established between the MS 110 and the second BS 130.

After you perform the upgrade CID MS 110 performs the exchange of control data, or control signals, with the second BS 130, and may subsequently perform the transmission/reception of user data by assigning a transport CID.

As described above, CID is the value that each BS assigns for MS currently communicates with a corresponding BS, when the MS switches from its current BS to a new BS, it must be assigned a new CID from the new BS.

In other words, for the MS, transmitting the service or renewing their relationship, from the target BS or the new BS is assigned a value(I) CID, and CID is updated so that it can perform transmission/reception of data. In General, however, the time required MS to update its value(s) CID is, for example, 50 MS - 100 MS.

As stated above, MS, intending to perform a transmission service or to communicate with the new BS should get re-assigned value(I) CID, and receiving CID causes a time delay.

RUSK IS the eve ENT INVENTIONS

To resolve the above drawbacks of the prior art, a primary aspect of the present invention is to provide a device and method of management CID, according to which in the communication system, the MS and BS do not have time delays.

Another aspect of the present invention is to provide a method and device for control in the communication system corresponding to CID using values that are predefined between the MS and BS, procedures without direct exchange of CID values.

According to one aspect of the present invention provides a method of controlling the connection identification (CID) by the first base station (BS) in a communication system. The way management CID includes the steps of broadcasting the first setpoint and the second setpoint; the appointment of MS basic CID and transfer basic CID to the MS after the detection of the necessity of appointing a basic CID to the mobile station (MS); and destination CID primary management for MS by adding the first predetermined value with the basic CID.

According to another aspect of the present invention provides a method of controlling the connection identification (CID) by a mobile station (MS) in a communication system. The way management CID includes the steps of receiving the first setpoint and the second setpoint, Shi is covedale transmitted from the first base station (BS); transmission in the first BS request destination basic CID, and receiving the designated basic CID from the first BS; and receiving for MS CID primary management by adding the first predetermined value with the basic CID.

According to another additional aspect of the present invention, is provided a device for controlling a connection identification (CID) in the communication system. The control device CID includes a first base station (BS)that includes a transmitter for broadcasting the first setpoint and the second setpoint; and the assignment module CID for, when detecting the necessity of appointing a basic CID of the mobile station (MS), destination basic CID to the MS, the delivery of basic CID in the transmitter, and the destination CID primary management for MS by adding the first predetermined value with the basic CID.

According to another aspect of the present invention, is provided a device for controlling a connection identification (CID) in the communication system. The control device CID includes a mobile station (MS), comprising a receiver for receiving from the first base station (BS) basic CID, the first setpoint and the second setpoint; a transmitter for transmitting the first BS request destination basic CID; and an evaluation module, CID, to accept the basic CID assigned from the first BS supplied from the receiver is a, and to get to MS CID primary management by adding the first predetermined value with the basic CID.

According to further aspect of the present invention, is provided a transfer method of identifying compounds (CID) of a serving base station (BS) in a communication system. A method of transferring CID includes the steps of receiving from a mobile station (MS) request message transmission services; transmission and MS response message transmission service in response to the request message transmission service. The response message transmission service includes the first k values of the CID to establish a connection between MS and k target BS to which the MS will perform the transfer, and the offset by which the MS receives k second CID, using the first k CID, and k is an integer greater than 1.

According to another aspect of the present invention provides a method of identifying compounds (CID) mobile station (MS) in a communication system. The way of reception of the CID includes the steps of transmission in the serving base station (BS)that communicates with the MS, a request message transmission service after identifying needed transmission service; receiving from the serving BS a response message transmission service in response to the request message transmission services; and obtain k second CID, using k CID and offset, included in the response message transmission service. The k values of the first CID is the CID values for a connection, at least k of the target BS to which the MS will perform the transfer, and the offset is the value used to obtain the k second CID using the first k CID, and k is an integer greater than 1.

According to another aspect of the present invention, is provided a transmission device of a connection identifier (CID) in the communication system. The transmission device CID includes a serving base station (BS) for receiving from a mobile station (MS) request message transmission service, and transmission in the MS response message transmission service in response to the request message transmission service. The response message transmission service includes k first CID to establish the connection between MS and k target BS to which the MS will perform the transfer, and the offset by which the MS receives k second CID, using the first k CID, and k is an integer greater than 1.

According to another aspect of the present invention, is provided a pickup device identification connection (CID) in the communication system. The pickup device CID comprises a mobile station (MS) for, when the detection of the need transmission service, the transmission request message pen is giving service in the serving base station (BS), communicates with MS, and receiving from the serving BS a response message transmission service in response to the request message transmission service. The response message transmission service includes k first CIDS to connect with k target BS to which the MS will perform the transfer, and the offset by which the MS receives k second CID, using the first k CID, and k is an integer greater than 1.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION of DRAWINGS

For a more complete understanding of the disclosure the present invention and its advantages hereinafter reference is made to the following description, illustrated by the drawings, in which identical reference positions are the same elements:

figure 1 - diagram of the alarm system, illustrating the transmission/reception of CID in a conventional communication system. In the case shown here assumes that the MS is sending the service;

figure 2 - diagram of the alarm system, illustrating the transmission/reception of CID in the communication system according to the first variant implementation of the present invention;

figure 3 - diagram of the alarm system, illustrating the operation management CID in the communication system according to the second variant of implementation of the present invention;

4 is a block diagram illustrating the structure of a BS according to a variant implementation of the present invention; and

5 is a block diagram illustrating the structure is ru MS according to a variant implementation of the present invention.

The IMPLEMENTATION of the INVENTION

Discussed below Fig.1-5 and different ways of implementation used in this patent document is to describe the principles of the present disclosure, presented only as illustrations and should not be construed as limiting the scope of disclosure. Specialists in the art will understand that the principles of the present disclosure can be implemented in any organized accordingly to the wireless communications system.

The present invention provides a method and device for organizing the management of the respective connection identifiers (CID) in the communication system without the procedure in which the MS and the BS directly exchanged CID values.

The first variant of implementation of the present invention provides a method of appointment and management in the communication system value(s) CID, specifically basic CID and primary CID management. More specifically, the first version of the implementation is the way in which the MS receives the CID, when it intends to transfer the service to the target BS.

Figure 2 shows the signaling scheme illustrating the transmission/reception of CID in the communication system according to the first variant implementation of the present invention.

According to figure 2, the communication system includes an MS 210, the first BS 220 and the second BS 230. Will have to rely that the first BS all serving BS, which currently provides a communication service to the MS 210 and the second BS 230 is a target BS to which the MS 210 will perform the transfer.

At step 211, the first BS 220 transmits to the MS 110, the message descriptor of the channel downlink (DCD). The DCD message is a message, a broadcast transmitted first BS 220. In the present invention, if the first BS 220 assigns to the MS 210, only the basic CID, the DCD message contains the offset value used to retrieve the value of CID primary management. That is, when adopting the values of the basic CID of the MS 210 without receiving a separate CID primary management can receive CID primary management by applying an offset value to the value of the basic CID.

Similarly, when the first BS 220 assigns to the MS 210 only CID primary management, DCD message includes an offset value used to retrieve the value of the basic CID. That is, when receiving the values of the CID primary management MS 210 without receiving a separate basic CID can get a basic CID by applying an offset value to the value of the CID primary management.

Equation 1 shows an example of obtaining the CID primary management by adding the offset value from the basic CID, and obtaining basic CID by adding the offset with CID primary management.

CID primary management who value = Basic CID + offset CID primary management.

Basic CID = CID primary management + offset basic CID. (Ur. 1)

If the first BS 220 assigns to the MS 210 and the basic CID and primary CID management, the offset value is not passed.

In figure 2 will rely that the first BS 220 transmits to the MS 210 is the basic CID, and retrieves the value of the CID primary management by applying an offset value to the value of the basic CID. In this case, the DCD message of step 211 includes an offset value used to obtain the CID primary management, and it is assumed that the offset value is '100'. Of course, used the offset value is changed in accordance with the system environment and/or installation of the user.

Station MS, receiving the DCD message from the first BS 220 may receive CID primary management only together with taking basic CID, by obtaining an offset value included in the broadcast transmitted message DCD. As for the offset value, since the same value is set for each BS, the first BS 220 and the second BS 230 have the same offset value.

At step 213 when making the DCD message, the MS 210 sends the first BS 220, the request message ranging (RNG-REQ). MS 110 delivers basic information regarding the connection of the call in the first BS 220 through messages RNG-REQ.

At step 215, the first BS 220 transmits to the MS 210 a message on the Board ranging (RNG-RSP) in response to the message RNG-REQ. In this case, the first BS 220, together with the message RNG-RSP, reports in MS 210 basic CID for transmission/reception of control signals for the initial access. For example, it is assumed that the basic CID is '10'. MS 210 performs a receive operation and synchronization control transmit power from the first BS 220 by performing the operation of the ranking according to the steps 213-215.

At step 217 MS 210 transmits the first BS 220 message (SBC-REQ) request the core capabilities of the subscriber station to negotiate basic capabilities with the first BS 220. Message SBC-REQ includes information on the modulation scheme and/or coding scheme, available to the MS 210.

At step 219, the first BS 220 transmits to the MS 210 message (SBC-RSP) answer about the main features of the subscriber in response to the message, the SBC-REQ. In this case, the first BS 220 checks included in the message SBC-REQ information on the modulation scheme and/or coding scheme, available to the MS 210.

Message SBC-REQ and SBC message-RSP are a variety of message control access to the transmission medium (MAC), which MS 210 transmits/receives to negotiate basic capabilities with the first BS 220.

Although not shown in figure 2, the MS 210 can perform a working procedure to send a message (PKM-REQ) request key management privacy key exchange authentication after performing the procedure Apasov is of major features from the first BS 220, and to accept the message (PKM-RSP) answer key management privacy in response to the message, PKM-REQ. The message, PKM-REQ and PKM message-RSP are the MAC message, and the message, PKM-REQ includes unique information (or certificate) relative to the MS 210. The first BS 220 receives unique information of the MS 210 of the received message, PKM-REQ, and performs authentication with the authentication server (AS; not shown), using the unique information. The first BS 220 performs authentication regarding MS 210 through messages PKM-REQ, and if MS 210 MS is authenticated, then accepts the message PKM-RSP. Message PKM-RSP contains the key (AK) authentication and key (TEK) encrypt the traffic assigned to the MS 210.

After the negotiation procedure, the main features of the MS 210 at step 221 passes to the first BS 220, the message of the registration request.

When making messages REG-REQ first BS 220 detects the registration information regarding the MS 210 included in the message REG-REQ, through the registering MS 210 in the first BS 220.

At step 223, the first BS 220 transmits a message (REG-RSP) in response to registration with the registration information of the MS 210, registered in response to the message is received REG-REQ. In this case, the first BS 220, together with the message RNG-RSP, reports in MS 210 CID primary management, in order to transmit/receive the control signals for the initial d the stupa. For example, it is assumed that the CID primary management '110'.

If the offset value is included in the DCD message, the MS 210 can receive basic CID by applying an offset value to the value of the CID primary management, although the importance of the basic CID is not sent with the message REG-RSP.

Even if MS 210 receives the offset value can be assigned the value of the basic CID from the first BS 220.

At step 225 MS 210, which was appointed and the basic CID and primary CID management, establishes a connection with the first BS 220, using the basic CID (=10) and CID (=110) of the primary control. For MS 210 can optionally be assigned to a transport CID to exchange user data with the first BS 220. Because the purpose of the transport CID is beyond the scope of the present invention, the detailed description thereof herein will be omitted.

If MS 210 identifies the need to transfer your service, MS 210 at step 227 passes to the first BS 220 message (HO-REQ) request transmission service. MS 210 may determine whether transmission of the services, using the signal level, signal-to-noise ratio (SNR), and signal-to-interference to noise ratio (SINR) for BS.

At step 229, the first BS 220 receives a basic CID to be used in the target BS (i.e., the second BS 230), in which MS 210 will transmit about the of service, by sharing the basic message from the second BS 230. That is, the first BS 220 may receive from the second BS 230 basic CID to the MS 210, planned to perform transmission maintenance. For example, it is assumed that the basic CID, adopted by the underlying message is '30'.

At step 231, having a basic CID, the first BS 220 transmits to the MS 210 message (HO-RSP) response transmission service in response to the message HO REQ. Message HO-RSP includes information on the second BS 230, in which MS 210 will perform the transfer. In this case, the first BS 220 includes in the message HO-RSP, at least one of the basic CID and primary CID management, and transmits the message to the MS 210. For example, it is assumed that the basic CID '30' included in the message HO-RSP. If the message HO-RSP includes information about more than two BS candidates, is available as a target BS transmission service, it shall include basic CID or CID primary management that the corresponding MS will use BS candidates.

For example, it is assumed that the first BS 220 accepts the basic CID. In this case, if the number of BS candidates, for example, is 3, because MS 210 requires splitting a basic CID to the BS candidate 3 basic CID assigned from the BS candidates, included in the message HO-RSP.

Table 2 shows an example of the information prior appointment (preliminary races shall determine) basic CID, included in the message HO-RSP to assign basic CID.

Table 2
NameType (1 byte)Length
(1 byte)

((2*basic CID) bytes)
Scope
The preliminary allocation of the basic CIDNNN2*basic CIDThe list of basic CID (1 per BS)to be used in the BS candidates listed in the message HO-RSPHO-RSP

Table 2 shows that the information of the destination base CID is inserted into the message HO-RSP in the format of "type-length-value (TLV), and the list of basic CID for each BS candidate is included in the value field.

With regard to the information pre-assigning basic CID, the first BS 220 may send it to MS 210 in the form of individual messages.

When making messages HO-RSP MS 210 at step 233 on the basis of information included in the message HO-RSP, determines whether to perform the transfer to the second BS 230. If MS 210 decides to perform the transfer to the second BS 230, it passes to the first BS 220 soo is the incarnation (HO-IND) specify transfer service indicating that in the near future she will perform the transfer to the second BS 230. When making decisions about the transfer of the second BS 230 MS 210 retrieves the value of the CID primary management (130=30+100), using the value (=30) basic CID of the second BS 230 included in the message HO-RSP, and the value (=100) offset CID primary management included in the DCD message, and performs the update CID basic CID '30' CID '130' primary control.

Although BS, which is a service for MS 210 (that is, the first BS 220)determines the second BS 230, in which MS 210 will perform the transfer, here, as an example, the MS 210 may also define a second BS 230, in which she will perform the transfer. When the MS 210 defines a second BS 230 as a BS, in which she will perform the transfer, the MS 210 defines a second BS 230 as the target BS transmission service, includes information with respect to a particular second BS 230 in message HO REQ and transmits it to the first BS 220.

After sending the message, the HO-IND to the first BS 220, the MS 210 at step 235 transmits a message RNG-REQ to the target BS transmission service (that is, the second BS 230).

At step 237 MS 210 establishes a connection with the second BS 230, using the updated basic CID and primary CID management for the second BS 230. The second BS 230 may exchange their control data, or own and control signals, during the connection establishment. For example, the basic CID is '15'and CID primary management is '130'. After you upgrade a basic CID and primary CID management, MS 210 exchanges control data, or control signals, with the second BS 230 and can then share their user data by assigning a transport CID. Because the purpose of the transport CID is beyond the scope of the present invention, detailed description is omitted.

If MS does not access the new BS, MS, and BS, who are assigned a basic CID and primary CID management, release the purpose of the basic CID and primary CID management, which were previously assigned. In this case, the BS and each MS share the value of the timer for automatic release of the assignment of the basic CID and primary CID management, and table 3 illustrates this timer.

Table 3
NameValue (MS)MinimalMaximumScope
The timer release pre-distributed CID Basic CID and primary CID management that the target BS had previously assigned to an MS via the message HO-RSP for transmission service, released after the expiration of a predetermined time, if the MS does not access corresponding to the target BS40 MS100 MSBS, MS

Table 3 shows the value of the time delay to release pre-assigned CID. The timer is shared between BS and MS, and the minimum 'min' value, and maximum " max " value for the timer values are set, for example, 40 MS and 100 MS, respectively. Therefore, BS and MS communication system according to the present invention may each contain a timer in which you installed the above time values.

As described above, when there is a transfer of servicing, MS before sending the pre-service performs the appointment of the basic CID and primary CID management in the previous serving BS. Therefore, when the transmission service is actually is possible to minimize the transmission delay time data even without assigning a basic CID and primary CID management from the target BS transmission service. In addition, for transmission service under this image is in the shadow get CID primary management by receiving only the basic CID, or get the basic CID by accepting only CID primary management that reduces the cost of transmitting/receiving data in comparison with the conventional method in which the MS is assigned a basic CID and primary CID management.

Then the second variant implementation of the present invention is the way in which MS and BS assign and manage CID primary management and transport CID, using the basic CID.

First MS and BS each receive CID primary management using the set value CID primary control (i.e., the set value for the CID primary management) and the basic CID. In this case, with regard to the basic CID basic CID assigned to the MS by the BS with which it currently communicates. For example, the MS transmits to the BS a message RNG-REQ to request the appointment of a basic CID, and receives from the BS assigned basic CID through messages RNG-RSP in response to message RNG-REQ.

Set the CID primary management, which is a value predetermined for each BS uses the 'm'in Table 1. MS can take from BS set the CID primary management, for example, via the DCD message, the message RNG-RSP, or message (MOB_NBR-ADV) "notice on the characteristics of neighboring BS". In this case, set the CID primary pack is Alenia can be for each BS is the same value or different value.

Specifically, the MS and BS each receive CID primary management using the basic CID and CID set value of the primary control, as shown in Equation 2.

CID primary management = Basic CID + m. (Ur. 2)

That is, as shown in Equation 2, CID primary management is obtained by adding the set value CID primary management basic CID.

Finally, the third variant of implementation of the present invention is a scheme in which the MS and each BS receives the transport CID, using the basic CID and a predetermined set value of the transport CID. For example, it is assumed that the set value of the transport CID is 'a'. Set the transport CID is a value predetermined for each BS. MS is set to the transport CID from the BS through, for example, the DCD message, the message RNG-RSP message or MOB_NBR-ADV. Alternatively, the set value of the transport CID for each BS can be either the same value or a different value.

Specifically, the MS and BS each receive a range of values to assign a transport CID, using the basic CID and the set value of the transport CID, as shown in Equation 3.

The range of values of the transport CID = {(2m+1) + (basic CID - 1)*a} to {2m + basic CID*a}, (EQ. 3)

where 'm' about the mean offset value, and 'a' denotes a set value of the transport CID (i.e. the number of transport CID that the first BS has reserved that they continuously administered for MS). Here 'a' is the value that each BS can be set arbitrarily. The transport CID is assigned to the transport connection based on each other. The values 'm' and 'a' are the information that will be transferred from BS to MS. Therefore, BS is assigned to the basic CID and MS, which has a basic CID, each can receive CID primary management and the available range for the destination transport CID by receiving 'm' and 'a'.

For example, it is assumed that the transport CID, who was appointed MS from the old BS is 5. BS and each MS consistently determine the order of the transport CID in accordance with their size. Specifically, the MS receives the first transport CID, using {(2m+1)+(basic CID - 1)*a}, within the range of values of the transport CID, obtained through Equation 2. After that, the MS sequentially receives the transport CID for each connection in accordance with a predetermined order, starting with the first transport CID, within the range of values of the transport CID, obtained according to Equation 2.

When additional CID is assigned the secondary management in the received range of values tra the transport CID, you are the first CID (CID is the lowest number in the received range of values of the transport CID) reserved, preferably to be used as a secondary CID management, and as a transport CID can be used other CID, starting from the second CID. On the contrary, CID with the highest number is reserved to preferably be used as the secondary CID management, and as a transport CID can be used other CID, starting from the second largest CID.

Using this method, the BS and MS can each get CID primary management and transport CID, even without the procedure of transmitting/receiving a message based on the destination of the transport CID. Relative to the transport CID is possible to sort the transport CID in ascending order or descending order, and consistent appointment sorted transport CID new CID within the range of values of the transport CID.

Figure 3 shows the signaling scheme illustrating the operation management CID in the communication system according to the second variant of implementation of the present invention. In the following description, given here as an example, additionally assigned CID secondary control range transport CID.

According to figure 3, the communication system includes an MS 310, the first S 320 and the second BS 330. It is believed that the first BS 320 is serving BS, which currently provides a communication service to the MS 310 and the second BS 330 is a target BS to which the MS 310 will perform the transfer.

At step 311, the first BS 320 transmits to the MS 310 first DCD message.

The first DCD message is a broadcast message, the broadcast is transmitted first BS 320.

The first DCD message includes the set value 'm' CID primary management and the set value 'a' transport CID. MS 310 receives the CID primary management and the range of values for the destination transport CID, using the 'm' and 'a' according to Equation 2 and Equation 3, respectively. In this case, it is assumed that 'm' is '300', and it is believed that 'a' is '40'.

At step 313, when making the first DCD message, the MS 310 transmits the first BS 320 first message RNG-REQ including basic information to connect the call.

At step 315, the first BS 320 transmits to the MS 310 first message RNG-RSP in response to the first message RNG-REQ. The first message RNG-REQ includes a basic CID, which is the first BS 320 has appointed MS 310, and for example, it is assumed that the basic CID is '10'.

That is, the first BS 320 receives the CID primary management using the 'm' in the appointment of MS 310 basic CID, and when making basic CID from the first BS 320, MS 310 also receives the CID primary management using 'm'. Specifically, the according to Equation 2, the first BS 320 and the MS 310 each receive CID primary management the corresponding '310' (10 (basic CID) + 300 (m)).

MS 310 and the first BS 320, once they get CID primary management can mutually exchange control signals for the initial access. In this case, the basic CID, which received the MS 310 and the first BS 320, is '10'and CID primary management is '310'.

On the steps 313-315 MS 310 performs the rank operation (i.e. the operation of obtaining synchronization and power control transmission) with the first BS 320. After receiving basic CID and primary CID management through the above procedure, the MS 310 performs the connection with the first BS 320, using the basic CID (=10) and CID (=310) of the primary control.

At step 317 MS 310 transmits the first BS 320 message SBC-REQ for approval of the main features between the first BS 320 and the MS 310. For example, the message SBC-REQ includes information on the modulation scheme and/or coding scheme, available to the MS 310.

At step 319, when adopting from MS 310 messages SBC-REQ, the first BS 320 transmits to the MS 310 message SBC-RSP in response to the message, the SBC-REQ. Message SBC-REQ includes information on the modulation scheme and/or coding scheme, available to the MS 310. Message SBC-REQ and SBC message-RSP are a type of MAC message that the MS 310 transmits/receives to negotiate basic capabilities with the first BS 320.

At step 321, the MS 310 parade the first BS 320 first message REG-REQ, including its registration information. When making the first message REG-REQ, the first BS 320 identifies the registration information of the MS and MS registers 310 in the first BS 320.

At step 323, when making the first message REG-REQ, the first BS 320 transmits to the MS 310 first message REG-RSP. The first message REG-RSP includes registration details, registered MS.

At step 325 MS 310 transmits the first BS 320 first message (DSA-REQ) request add a dynamic service (create a new stream of data services). At step 327, when making the first message DSA-REQ, the first BS 320 transmits to the MS 310 first message (DSA-RSP) reply add a dynamic service. In this case, the first BS 320 and the MS 310 each receive the first transport CID, subject to the appointment of MS 310, according to Equation 3. That is, if obtained in step 311 m=300 and a=40 are applied to Equation 3, it is possible to obtain a range of values for the destination transport CID from '961 ((2 * 300 (m) + 1) + (10 (basic CID) - 1) * 40 (a))' to '1000 ((2 * 300 (m)) + 10 (basic CID) * 40 (a))'. MS 310 and the second BS 330 each have the range to assign a transport CID that corresponds to '961-1000', and assigns the CID with the lowest number '961' from a range of values of the transport CID as the first transport CID.

At step 329 MS 310 transmits the first BS 320 second message DSA-REQ. The second message DSA-REQ includes inform the data for transmission/reception of user data, that is, the information to query the transport CID, and this request transport CID is a request transport CID for transmission is different from that in step 325 connection service.

At step 331, when making the second message DSA-REQ, the first BS 320 transmits to the MS 310 second message DSA-RSP. In this case, the first BS 320 and the MS 310 each designate as the second transport CID to the following value 962 relative to the first transport CID 961 from a range of values of the transport CID, obtained in step 327.

Message DSA-REQ and message DSA-RSP messages are exchanged between the BS and the MS 310, when the MS 310 sets with BS new connection service.

At step 333, the second BS 330 transmits the second message DCD station MS in the cell the cell(s) of the second BS 330, or on the neighboring BS (for example, the first BS 320). The second DCD message is a broadcast message transmitted broadcast the second BS 330, and it includes the set value 'm' CID primary management, and the set value 'a' transport CID like the first DCD message. MS 310 can receive CID primary management and the range of values for the destination transport CID, using the 'm' and 'a'is included in the DCD message. In this case, it is assumed that 'm' is '300', and it is believed that 'a' will be '5'.

Although the above-described second DCD message is given C is, return it as an example for transmission/reception of 'm' and 'a', the second BS 330 can generate a different message or a single message and send it to the first BS 320 or MS 310.

At step 335, when making the second DCD message, the first BS 320 transmits to the MS 310 message MOB_NBR-ADV with a second DCD message. Message MOB_NBR-ADV, though it includes, for example, the second DCD message may optionally include the DCD messages from stations BS that is different from the second BS 330.

At step 337, when the detection of the need to transfer your service, the MS 310 transmits the first BS 320 message HO REQ.

At step 339, when accepting a message HO-REQ, the first BS 320 transmits to the MS 310 message HO-RSP in response to message HO REQ. Message HO-RSP includes information relative to the target BS (e.g., the second BS 330), in which MS 310 will perform the transfer.

When making messages HO-RSP, the MS 310 on the basis of information included in the message HO-RSP determines whether it will perform the transfer to the second BS 330. If MS 310 decides to perform the transfer to the second BS 330, it is at the stage 341 passes to the first BS 320 message HO-IND, indicating that in the near future she will perform the transfer to the second BS 330. Message HO-IND may also include a transport CID, for example '961' and '962', which MS 310 uses the first BS 320.

When making messages HO-IND at step 341, the first BS 320 at step 342 p is reday the second BS 330 message service information MS. The message service information of the MS includes a transport CID, for example '961' and '962', used MS 310. Also, the MS 310 can include a message service information of the MS in the message RNG-REQ and pass it to the second BS 330.

After sending the message, the HO-IND to the first BS 320 MS 310 at step 343 transmits the second message RNG-REQ to the target BS transmission service (that is, the second BS 330). The second message RNG-REQ includes basic information to connect the call.

At step 345, the second BS 330 transmits the second message RNG-RSP to the MS 310 in response to the second message RNG-REQ. The second message RNG-REQ includes a basic CID, which is the second BS 330 has appointed MS 310. Here it is assumed that the basic CID is '15'.

The second BS 330, if it assigns to the MS 310 basic CID, receives the CID primary management using 'm' for the second BS 330, the received MOB_NBR-ADV. Similarly, when adopting from BS basic CID, MS 310 also receives the CID primary management using 'm'. That is, the second BS 330 and MS 310 each receive CID primary management '315 (15 (basic CID) + 300 (m))'using Equation 2. MS 310 and the second BS 330, once they get CID primary management can be exchanged with each other by control signals for the initial access. For example, it is assumed that the basic CID is '15', and it is believed that the CID primary management '315'.

At stages 343-345 MS 310 performs the operation ranked the I (that is, the receive operation and synchronization control transmit power) from the second BS 330. MS 310, which were assigned to the basic CID and primary CID management, carries out the connection with the second BS 330, using the basic CID (=15) and CID primary management (=315).

As described above, the MS 310 and the second BS 330 can receive CID primary management with a procedure of transmitting/receiving basic CID without performing a separate procedure for transmission/reception for CID primary management. If the value is 'a' for the second BS 330 received from the message MOB-NBR-ADV, MS 310 and the second BS 330 can calculate the range to the destination transport CID necessary to directly select CID new connection, to be used in the second BS 330, which may be updated CID compounds used in the first BS 320. MS 310 and the second BS 330 each can get a range of values for the destination transport CID from '1301 ((2 * 300 (m) + 1) + (15 (basic CID) - 1) * 50 (a))' to '1350 ((2 * 3000 (m)) + 15 (basic CID) * 50 (a))' in accordance with Equation 2, using 'a'.

MS 310 and the second BS 330 each can get a range of values for the destination transport CID that corresponds to '1301-1350', and reserve the CID with the lowest number '1301' from a range of values of the transport CID to assign CID secondary control for MS 310. If '1301' is reserved, then the values of CID, in addition to '1301', are assigned as a transport CID, starting with the next issue '1302'.

Traces of the tion, the first transport CID '961', which MS 310 previously used, is updated by the value of '1302', and the second transport CID '962', which MS 310 previously used, is updated by the value of '1303'. MS 310 and the second BS 330 each sequentially assign the transport CID range of values of the transport CID in the order of the transport CID with smaller values. In the MS 310 and the second BS 330 need not exchange with each other the transport CID to update the transport CID.

In the foregoing description, it is assumed that the second BS 330 uses all transport CID by which MS 310 is connected to the first BS 320. However, the second BS 330, using the preceding method, can re-install (upgrade) only part of the transport CID, with which the MS 310 is connected to the first BS 320.

The second BS 330 may send the following instructions to upgrade CID to selectively update the transport CID to the MS 310, and information specifying the update CID are shown in Table 4.

Table 4
NameType
(1 byte)
Length (bytes)ValueScope
Specifying update CIDXXVariableBitmapRNG-RSP, REG-RSP

With regard to Table 4, the "type"field, which is, for example, 1 byte, uses an arbitrary value to indicate the indication of the update CID.

The field "length" is used to indicate the length of the field values, and can be set to an arbitrary value or may have a variable value.

The value field is generated in a bitmap format, and transmitted to the MS 310 through the second BS 330. The value field contains information transport CID for updating the transport CID and non-updatable transport CID of the number of transport CIDS used by MS 310, and information on non-updatable transport CID includes bitmap or bitmap format reject transport CID, indicating the transport CID, which is not accepted the second BS 330 MS 310. For example, assuming that the value is included in the value field will be '11101101', it indicates that the number of values CID compounds that MS 310 used in the first BS 320, the values of CID, using the first, second, third, fifth, sixth, and eighth lowest numbers as values of their transport CID, will be consistently obnova the change as a new CID, while the values of CID, using the fourth and seventh lowest numbers will not be updated as new CID. Although the CID update was done here, as an example, for values of CID in order of decreasing values of the transport CID, CID update can also be performed in the order of increasing values of the transport CID.

Information specifying the CID update may include, for example, in the message RNG-RSP message or the REG-RSP.

Although the second BS 330 in this case, inserts the information specifying the CID update in the format of type-length-value, as an example, information specifying update CID may be formed in the form of individual messages, and then transferred to the MS 310.

If the second BS 330 uses the information specifying the CID update information specify the update CID can be transmitted in the message RNG-RSP at step 345.

Thus, the second BS 330 selects values CID or transport CID, which will be subject to update CID. When the second BS 330 performs an update regarding selective transport CID, it can, for example, re-sort the selected CID and update transport CID within the range of values of the transport CID.

Meanwhile, the second BS 330 may release the connection for the transport CID, which has not been updated transport CID, proposed according to the present izobreteny is.

MS 310, for example, includes in the message REG-REQ information regarding transport CID that has not been updated transport CID, reported from the second BS 330, and then passes to the second BS 330 message REG-REQ. MS 310 may receive from the second BS 330 information updated new transport CID, for example, via message REG-RSP. Therefore, for the transport CID is not selected, the second BS 330, MS 310 accepts new transport CID, updated second BS 330, and uses them to establish a connection with the second BS 330.

At step 347 MS 310 transmits the second message REG-REQ, including its registration information to the second BS 330. After that, when adopting the second message REG-REQ, the second BS 330 detects the registration information of the MS and MS registers 310 from the second BS 330.

At step 349, when making the second message REG-REQ, the second BS 330 transmits to the MS 310 second message REG-RSP. The second message REG-RSP includes registration information regarding registered MS 310.

In this case, the second message REG-RSP does not need to include the information for a specific destination transport CID. In addition, the BS and MS get CID primary management and transport CID, exchanging only the basic CID, thereby enabling a connection between the BS and the MS for each connection service.

Figure 4 shows b is OK-scheme, illustrating the structure of a BS according to a preferred variant implementation of the present invention.

According to figure 4, the BS 400 includes a generator 402 messages update CID, block 404 destination CID and transmitter 406.

Generator 402 messages update CID generates an update message CID, containing a bit map that indicates the transport CID admitted BS to MS, as well as embodying the format of the bitmap reject transport CID, indicating the transport CID, are not allowed BS to the MS, and takes it (the message) on the transmitter 406.

When adopting from MS connection request, block 404 destination CID assigned to the MS basic CID, and calculates the CID primary management using Equation 2. Additionally, block 404 destination CID gets the range of values of the destination transport CID to the MS using Equation 3, and sequentially assigns the transport CID that corresponds to the connection request MS.

After that, the transmitter 406 includes a basic CID, the offset value and the set value of the transport CIDS accepted from block 404 destination CID, in their respective messages in accordance with the procedure of figure 2, and passes them on to MS.

Figure 5 shows a block diagram illustrating the structure of an MS according to a preferred variant implementation of the present invention.

According to figure 5, the MS 500 includes SEB the receiver 502, the transmitter 504 and block 506 calculations CID.

The receiver 502 receives data from the BS message corresponding to the procedure of figure 2. Received messages comprise the basic CID, the offset value and the set value of the transport CID, and the receiver 502 supplies the values of the CID block 506 calculations. Then block 506 calculations CID calculates the CID primary management and transport CID for each connection, using the offset value and/or setpoint transport CID according to equations Equation 1 - Equation 3. The transmitter 504 transmits to the BS to request assignment of the basic CID.

As is apparent from the preceding description, in the communication system according to the present invention, since the MS performs pre-procedure appointment of the basic CID and primary CID management in the previous serving BS before the transfer of the services, the target BS provides the ability to transmit/receive data even without performing a separate destination basic CID and primary CID control during a transmission service, thereby reducing the time delay caused by the update CID. In addition, according to the present invention, can be obtained and the basic CID and primary CID management, based on any one of the basic CID and primary CID management, helping to reduce costs, due to the exchange of messages by the mi.

Additionally, according to the present invention, each MS can generate CID primary management and the range of values of the transport CID by using the set value of the transport CID in addition to the basic (addition) CID and CID set value of the primary control. Therefore, the BS and the MS can receive CID primary management and transport CID even when exchanging only the basic CID, and to exchange messages using the received CID, thereby reducing the load on the message sent to the destination CID. That is because MS and BS share values, predefined between them, they can automatically receive the transport CID by using only the basic CID.

Although the present disclosure object of the invention has been described using exemplary embodiments, various changes and modifications may be proposed by an expert in the field of technology. Is understood that the present disclosure encompass all such changes and modifications are, unless they fall under the scope of the attached claims.

1. Method for managing connection identifiers (CID) mobile station (MS) in a communication system, comprising stages, which are:
pass the message downlink, including the set value, intended for use, to the op is adalat CID primary management for MS; and
define CID primary management for MS by adding the specified value to the basic CID of the MS.

2. The method according to claim 1, in which the message downlink represents the message descriptor of the channel downlink (DCD).

3. The method according to claim 1, in which the set value indicates the maximum value from among the values of the basic CID assigned by the base station (BS).

4. The method according to claim 1, further comprising stages, which are:
accept the request message ranging (RNG-REQ) from the MS; and
transmit to the MS a message response ranging (RNG-RSP)including the basic CID.

5. The method according to claim 1, further comprising stages, which are:
accept the request message transmission service (HO-REQ) from the MS;
and
transmit to the MS a response message transmission service (HO-RSP), which includes information on the target BS and the basic CID is intended for use by the target BS,
moreover, the new CID primary management that is designed to exploit the target BS is determined by adding the specified value to the basic CID, intended for use by the target BS.

6. The method according to claim 1, additionally containing a stage, on which:
determine at least one transport CID to the MS based on the basic CID and the additional set value contained in the message downlink, moreover, the additional setpoint is the number of the transport CID, that BS reserved for MS.

7. Method for managing connection identifiers (CID) mobile station (MS) in a communication system, comprising stages, which are:
take the message downlink, including the set value to be used to determine the CID primary management for MS; and
define CID primary management for MS by adding the specified value to the basic CID of the MS.

8. The method according to claim 7, in which the message downlink represents the message descriptor of the channel downlink (DCD).

9. The method according to claim 7, in which the set value indicates the maximum value from among the values of the basic CID assigned by the base station (BS).

10. The method according to claim 7, additionally comprising stages, which are:
transmit the request message ranging (RNG-REQ) to the BS; and
receiving from the BS a response message for the ranging (RNG-RSP)including the basic CID.

11. The method according to claim 7, additionally comprising stages, which are:
transmit the request message transmission service (HO-REQ) to the BS; and
receiving from the BS a response message transmission service (HO-RSP), which includes information on the target BS and the basic CID is intended for use by the target BS,
moreover, the new CID primary management that is designed to exploit the target BS is determined by EXT is compliance with the specified value to the basic CID, intended for use by the target BS.

12. The method according to claim 7, additionally containing a stage, on which:
determine at least one transport CID to the MS based on the basic CID and the additional set value contained in the message downlink, and the additional setpoint is the number of transport CID that BS reserved for MS.

13. Device for managing connection identifiers (CID) mobile station (MS) base station (BS)in a communication system, comprising:
a transmitter, configured to send the message downlink, including the set value to be used to determine the CID primary management for MS; and
the assignment module CID made with the possibility of determining the CID primary management for MS by adding the specified value to the basic CID of the MS.

14. The device according to item 13, in which the message downlink represents the message descriptor of the channel downlink (DCD).

15. The device according to item 13, in which the set value indicates the maximum value from among the values of the basic CID assigned by the base station (BS).

16. The device according to item 13, in which the transmitter is arranged to transmit to the MS response message ranging (RNG-RSP), linking the basic CID, after receiving request messages ranging (RNG-REQ) from MS.

17. The device according to item 13, in which the transmitter is arranged to transmit to the MS response message transmission service (HO-RSP), which includes information on the target BS and the basic CID is intended for use by the target BS, upon receipt of a message requesting transmission service (HO-REQ) from the MS;
moreover, the new CID primary management that is designed to exploit the target BS is determined by adding the specified value to the basic CID, intended for use by the target BS.

18. The device according to item 13, in which the assignment module CID is configured to determine at least one transport CID to the MS based on the basic CID and the additional set value contained in the message downlink, and the additional setpoint is the number of transport CID that BS reserved for MS.

19. Device for managing connection identifiers (CID) mobile station (MS) in a mobile station in a communication system, comprising:
a receiver configured to receive a message, downlink, including the set value to be used to determine the CID primary management for MS; and
the evaluation module CID which has a capability definition wide-angle the CID primary management for MS by adding the specified value to the basic CID of the MS.

20. The device according to claim 19, in which the message downlink represents the message descriptor of the channel downlink (DCD).

21. The device according to claim 19, in which the set value indicates the maximum value from among the values of the basic CID assigned by the base station (BS).

22. The device according to claim 19, in which the receiver is configured to receive from the BS a response message for the ranging (RNG-RSP)including the basic CID, once to the BS transmitting a request message ranging (RNG-REQ).

23. The device according to claim 19, in which the receiver is configured to receive from the BS a response message transmission service (HO-RSP), which includes information on the target BS and the basic CID is intended for use by the target BS when the BS transmitting a request message transfer service (HO-REQ),
moreover, the new CID primary management that is designed to exploit the target BS is determined by adding the specified value to the basic CID, intended for use by the target BS.

24. The device according to claim 19, in which the evaluation module CID is configured to determine at least one transport CID to the MS based on the basic CID and the additional set value contained in the message downlink, and the additional setpoint is : the m transport CID, that BS reserved for MS.

25. Method for managing connection identifiers (CID) mobile station (MS) in a communication system, comprising stages, which are:
pass the message downlink, including the first set value and the second preset value, which are intended for use to determine transportation CID assigned to the MS;
define the range for the transport CID based on the basic CID assigned to the MS, and the first and second predetermined values; and
determine at least one transport CID to the MS within a certain range.

26. The method according A.25, in which the message downlink represents the message descriptor of the channel downlink (DCD).

27. The method according A.25, in which the first preset value specifies the maximum value from among the values of the basic CID assigned by the base station (BS), and the second preset value specifies the number of transport CID that BS reserved for each MS.

28. The method according A.25, in which the step of determining at least one transport CID contains the stage at which updates at least one transport CID to the MS in ascending order within a certain range.

29. The method according A.25, in which the first transport CID of the number of transport CID assigned to the MS, is determined using the following equation
the first transport CID={(2m+1)+(Basic CID-1)*a},
where 'm' denotes the first preset value, and 'a' denotes a second specified value.

30. The method according A.25, in which the range for the transport CID assigned to the MS, is determined using the following equation
range transport CID={(2m+1)+(Basic CID-1)*a} to {2m+Basic CID*},
where 'm' denotes the first preset value, and 'a' denotes a second specified value.

31. The method according A.25, optionally containing a stage, on which:
transmit to the MS information about at least one transport CID that is not accepted by the base station (BS).

32. The method according to p, in which said information contains a bitmap that indicates at least one of the transport CID, which is not taken BS from among the transport CID assigned to the MS.

33. Method for managing connection identifiers (CID) mobile station (MS) in a communication system, comprising stages, which are:
take the message downlink, including the first set value and the second preset value, which are intended for use to determine transportation CID assigned to the MS;
define the range for the transport CID based on the basic CID assigned to the MS, and the first and second predetermined values; and
determine at least one transport CD for MS within a certain range.

34. The method according to p, in which the message downlink represents the message descriptor of the channel downlink (DCD).

35. The method according to p, in which the first preset value specifies the maximum value from among the values of the basic CID assigned by the base station (BS), and the second preset value specifies the number of transport CID that BS reserved for each MS.

36. The method according to p, in which the step of determining at least one transport CID contains the stage at which updates at least one transport CID to the MS in ascending order within a certain range.

37. The method according to p, in which the first transport CID of the number of transport CID assigned to the MS, is determined using the following equation
the first transport CID={(2m+1)+(Basic CID-1)*a},
where 'm' denotes the first preset value, and 'a' denotes a second specified value.

38. The method according to p in which the range for the transport CID assigned to the MS, is determined using the following equation
range transport CID={(2m+1)+(Basic CID-1)*a} to {2m+Basic CID*},
where 'm' denotes the first preset value, and 'a' denotes a second specified value.

39. The method according to p, optionally containing a stage, on which:
receive from the base station (BS) information is b, at least one transport CID, which is not taken BS.

40. The method according to 39, in which said information contains a bitmap that indicates at least one of the transport CID, which is not taken BS from among the transport CID assigned to the MS.

41. Device for managing connection identifiers (CID) mobile station (MS) base station (BS)in a communication system, comprising:
a transmitter, configured to send the message downlink, including the first set value and the second preset value, which are used to determine the transport CID assigned to the MS; and
the assignment module CID, configured to determine the range for the transport CID based on the basic CID assigned to the MS, and the first and second predetermined values and determining at least one transport CID to the MS within a certain range.

42. The device according to paragraph 41, in which the message downlink represents the message descriptor of the channel downlink (DCD).

43. The device according to paragraph 41, in which the first preset value specifies the maximum value from among the values of the basic CID assigned by the base station (BS), and the second preset value specifies the number of transport CID that BS reserved for each MS.

<> 44. The device according to paragraph 41, in which the assignment module CID is configured to update at least one transport CID to the MS in ascending order within a certain range.

45. The device according to paragraph 41, in which the first transport CID of the number of transport CID assigned to the MS, is determined using the following equation
the first transport CID={(2m+1)+(Basic CID-1)*a},
where 'm' denotes the first preset value, and 'a' denotes a second specified value.

46. The device according to paragraph 41, in which the range of the transport CID assigned to the MS, is determined using the following equation
range transport CID={(2m+1)+(Basic CID-1)*a} to {2m+Basic CID*},
where 'm' denotes the first preset value, and 'a' denotes a second specified value.

47. The device according to paragraph 41, in which the transmitter is arranged to transmit to the MS information about at least one transport CID that is not accepted by the base station (BS).

48. The device according to p, in which said information contains a bitmap that indicates at least one of the transport CID, which is not taken BS from among the transport CID assigned to the MS.

49. Device for managing connection identifiers (CID) mobile station (MS) in a mobile station in a communication system, comprising:
the receiver, in the being capable of receiving messages downlink, includes the first set value and the second preset value, which are used to determine the transport CID assigned to the MS;
the evaluation module, CID, configured to determine the range for the transport CID based on the basic CID assigned to the MS, and the first and second predetermined values and determining at least one transport CID to the MS within a certain range.

50. The device according to 49, in which the message downlink represents the message descriptor of the channel downlink (DCD).

51. The device according to 49, in which the first preset value specifies the maximum value from among the values of the basic CID assigned by the base station (BS), and the second preset value specifies the number of transport CID that BS reserved for each MS.

52. The device according to 49, in which the evaluation module CID is configured to update at least one transport CID to the MS in ascending order within a certain range.

53. The device according to 49, in which the first transport CID of the number of transport CID assigned to the MS, is determined using the following equation
the first transport CID={(2m+1)+(Basic CID-1)*a},
where 'm' denotes the first preset value, and 'a' denotes a second specified value./p>

54. The device according to 49, in which the range of the transport CID assigned to the MS, is determined using the following equation
range transport CID={(2m+1)+(Basic CID-1)*a} to {2m+Basic CID*},
where 'm' denotes the first preset value, and 'a' denotes a second specified value.

55. The device according to 49, in which the receiver is configured to receive from the base station (BS) information about at least one transport CID that is not accepted by the base station (BS).

56. The device according to 55, in which said information contains a bitmap that indicates at least one of the transport CID, which is not taken BS from among the transport CID assigned to the MS.



 

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