Method for determining displacement of power hs-pdsch in asynchronous cdma movile communications system and appropriate method for transferring required information

FIELD: mobile communications industry.

SUBSTANCE: in asynchronous CDMA mobile communication system, supporting high-speed packet access along descending radio communication line, to provide power for high-speed shared-use physical descending communication line channel (HS-PDSCH) power displacement is determined, which is sent to node B and client equipment, for which purpose power displacement for HS-PDSCH is determined at main controller of radio network and assembly B, after that it is sent to client equipment and assembly B.

EFFECT: higher productiveness.

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This application claims priority under §119 section 35, United States Code in respect of an application entitled “method for determining the bias power of the HS-PDSCH in an asynchronous mobile communication system mdcr and the way that the relevant information”filed in the Korean industrial property office on may 11, 2002, with the number 2002-26055, the contents of which are incorporated into this description by reference.

The present invention relates generally to a method of packet communication on a downlink in a mobile communication system, multiple access, code division (mdcr), which implemented high-speed packet access downlink (SPDN), and, in particular, to a method of allocating power high-speed shared physical channel downlink (HS-PDSCH).

The mobile communication system has evolved from a mobile communication system with channel switching, mainly supporting a voice service, high-speed, high-quality mobile communications with packet switching, supports data transmission and service media. System for mobile communications 3rd generation is divided into asynchronous system 3GPP (a collaborative Project of the 3rd generation) and synchronous system 3GPP2 (Project 2 cooperation on 3rd generation), and currently is being conducted standardization for mobile communication systems of the 3rd generation engaged in the service of high-speed, high-quality radio packet data. For example, in 3GPP is standardizing SPDN and 3GPP2 is to standardise 1×EV-DV (Development - data and voice). Standardization is done to find a solution for the software in the mobile communication system of the 3rd generation of high speed, high quality radio packet data speeds of 2 Mbps and above. The mobile communication system of 4-th generation is designed to provide high-speed, high-quality multimedia service with a significantly higher data rate.

Figure 1 schematically shows a honeycomb provided in an asynchronous mobile communication system mdcr. According to figure 1, the Node 101 communicates with a user equipment (ON) 104, 106 and 108 through the channels of the ascending and descending lines of communication established between them. Physical channels downlink used in SPDN include a dedicated physical channel, which is only one block, and common channels, namely, the common pilot channel (CPICH), primary common control channel (P-CCCH), a secondary common control channel (S-CCCH), a high-speed shared physical channel downlink (HS-PDSCH) and a high-speed shared control channel (HS-SCCH).

Node 101 on westfleet transmission through the above-mentioned physical channels downlink. Figure 1 position 103, 105, 107 and 109 denote physical channels downlink, depicted as arrows in accordance with their types. From these positions, the position 103 denotes the total channels, namely, the common pilot channel primary common control channel secondary common control channel and other index channels. Node 101 assigns the power so that the signals transmitted on common channels, could reach the cell edge, and then transmits the signal of the common channel at 104, 106 and 108 with the assigned power. In fact, all present in a cell must be able to accept shared channels. Common channels that the Node b has allocated capacity, almost do not change over time.

Positions 105 and 107 denote a dedicated physical channels among the physical channels downlink. The arrow indicated the position 105 is a dedicated physical channel for communication with 104, and the arrow indicated by the position 107 is a dedicated physical channel for communication with 106. A dedicated physical channel is allocated an optimal power sufficient only to being in touch, could take a dedicated physical channel. Therefore, according to figure 1 IN 106 located at a greater distance from Node 101 compared with 104, it is necessary to allocate a higher power for a selected physical and the logical channel. Dedicated physical channels are subject to continuous power control. Transmission capacity is assigned to a dedicated physical channels varies over time even just in the power to create or release a dedicated physical channels.

108 is BY using the service SPDN. Figure 1 position 109 denotes a high-speed shared physical channel downlink or high speed shared control channel. 108 receives high-speed shared physical channel downlink or high speed shared control channel 109. Even on the high speed shared physical channel downlink due to the fact that the quantity or quality of service may undergo change over time, which is provided to transmitted power is changed.

For these reasons, the Node 101 assigns the total power for the dedicated physical channel and SPDN within the remaining capacity minus the capacity allocated to the shared channel, the total available transmit power. The total power allocated SPDN, is determined by the Manager of cattle (radio network controller, hereinafter referred to as UCRS) depending on the circumstances. UCRS changes total power SPDN in accordance with changing conditions. UCRS can inform the Site about changing over time, the total power PSPDN through a request message for reconfiguring a shared physical channel, i.e. messages NBAP (Node B Application Part) [Node C, the applied section]. The NBAP message represents the total power PSPDN through information element (hereinafter referred to as IE), which is called “the total power of the HS-PDSCH and HS-SCCH”.

Figure 2 shows a graph of the distribution of the total transmit power used by the Node 101, depending on time. In figure 2 the horizontal axis, indicated by the position 201, indicates the passage of time and the vertical axis indicated by the position 202, indicates the power allocated channels on the Node C. the Value indicated by the position 207, indicates the total transmitted power, which can reach Node C. Position 203 denotes the power allocated to the common pilot channel, and the position 204 denotes the power allocated to other General channels, namely, a primary common control channel and a secondary common control channel. Usually power 203 and the power of 204 weakly change over time. However, the proportion of capacity allocated to the shared channel indicated by the positions 203 and 204, may undergo changes in accordance with the characteristic of the cell. Thus, the ratio of the power 203 and 204 allocated to bsim channels, total power 207 Node may vary depending on the cell radius or geographic environment.

However, the capacity of the Node minus the power allocated shared channels should be allocated dedicated physical channel and the service SPDN. Figure 2 position 205 denotes a power assigned to the selected physical channel, and the position 206 indicates the power allocated to the service SPDN. Power 205 assigned to the selected physical channel is experiencing non-periodic changes in accordance with the state of a Node In the reflected position 210, 211 and 212.

Figure 3 and 4 shows the structure of the channel uplink communication channel and downlink is used for VPDN respectively. In particular, figure 3 shows the structure of a high-speed dedicated physical control channel (hereinafter referred to as HS-DPCCH), i.e. channel uplink connection used for HSDPA services.

According to figure 3 HS-DPCCH contains a set of podkatov 301. Assuming that one frame 302 of the signal length of 10 MS consists of 5 podkatov, each of them has a length of 2 MS. One podcat consists of 3 timeslots. 3 timeslots of the first channel interval 303 is designed for transmission of ACK/NAK for HARQ (mixed request automatic repeat), and the other 2 channel interval 304 designed glauconites quality channel (hereinafter UKK).

UKK is determined and is used to indicate the quality of the HS-PDSCH. BY measuring the signal-to-noise ratio (hereafter S/N) of the CPICH channel and determines UKK, evaluating the S/n for the HS-PDSCH based on the ratio of the received power of the CPICH to the received power of the HS-PDSCH. Therefore, to determine UKK, should initially have information on S/n for the CPICH and the ratio of the received power of the CPICH to the received power of the HS-PDSCH. The ratio of C/n for the CPICH can be measured. The ratio of the received power of the CPICH to the received power of the HS-PDSCH is equal to the ratio CPICH transmit power to the transmit power of the HS-PDSCH. In this case, the ratio of the received power of the CPICH to the received power of the HS-PDSCH or the ratio of the CPICH transmit power to the transmit power of the HS-PDSCH is called “offset power of HS-PDSCH”. For facilities used herein, the term “power CPICH indicates either the transmitted CPICH power or received power CPICH, and the term “power of HS-PDSCH indicates either the transmitted power of the HS-PDSCH, or received power of the HS-PDSCH. However, it should be noted that, considering the power of the CPICH transmitted as the CPICH power, the power of the HS-PDSCH should also be interpreted as the transmitted power of the HS-PDSCH. Power CPICH has a value corresponding to the characteristic of the cell. Furthermore, as shown by the position 206 of figure 2, the power allocated to the La SPDN, also changes over time. Therefore, the bias power of the HS-PDSCH is not a fixed value, but a value that is variable according to the type of cell, bronirovania and power of the shared channel.

Figure 4 shows the structure of the channel downlink is used for VPDN. Figure 4 position 410 represents the structure of the HS-SCCH, and the position 420 represents the structure of the HS-PDSCH. In the HS-SCCH 410 and HS-PDSCH 420 podcat has a length of 2 MS and consists of 3 timeslots. In the HS-PDSCH transmission podagra starts at the beginning of the third transmission channel interval HS-SCCH.

As described with reference to figure 3 and 4, passes UKK, measured by CPICH, a Node In the HS-PDSCH. In this case, since UKK measured by CPICH, you can generate UKK and a bias power of HS-PDSCH applicable to HS-PDSCH. In order to solve the problem, you must re-set the correct UKK, reflecting a bias power of HS-PDSCH in UKK defined by CPICH. In addition, the Node and must have information on the displacement capacity of the HS-PDSCH.

Therefore, it is necessary to re-set the detection circuit offset power of HS-PDSCH and procedures of signal processing to share a bias power of HS-PDSCH in the mobile communications system.

Thus, the present invention is the accurate way ODA is the division of power, allocated to high-speed shared physical channel downlink on the Site and In the software for improving the performance of mobile communication systems.

Another objective of the present invention is a method for determining the power allocated to each of the high-speed shared physical channels downlink in a mobile communication system.

Another objective of the present invention is a method for determining the bias power assigned to each of the high-speed shared physical channels downlink in a mobile communication system.

Another objective of the present invention is a method of transmitting information on bias power high-speed shared physical channel downlink between a Node In cattle and ON.

Another objective of the present invention is a method of compensation of the channel quality measured by the common pilot channel based on the bias power and the use of compensated bias power as an index of the quality of the channel for high-speed shared physical channel downlink.

Another objective of the present invention is a method for determining at dcrc (drift cattle) offset powerfully the tee, taking into account the difference between the transmitted power of the common pilot channel and transmit power high-speed shared physical channel downlink.

Another objective of the present invention is a method of determining at the Node In the bias power taking into account the difference between the transmitted power of the common pilot channel and transmit power high-speed shared physical channel downlink.

Another objective of the present invention is a method of signaling information for transmission by the shift of the capacity specified on the dcrc, on Site and In the software.

Another objective of the present invention is a method of signaling information for transmission by the shift of power, a particular Node In that.

The first aspect of the present invention provides a method of transferring predetermined information on the shift of power on the high speed shared physical channel downlink drift radio network controller (dcrc), allowing to obtain a pointer high performance channel between the user equipment (ON)present in a cell, and the Node In the system that contains the Node, dkrs, connected to the Host and managing information about resources for communication with AT present in a cell occupied by the Node B, and the serving radio network controller (OCRS)connected to the dcrc and transmitting a control message blocks. The method comprises steps in which: send request n is the establishment of a radio link with ACRS on dcrc; transmit a request message for establishing the radio link with information on the shift of power from dcrc at the Node; transmit a response message about the establishment of the radio link with information on the shift of power from dcrc at OCRS and transmit information on the shift of power from OCR.

The second aspect of the present invention provides a method of transferring predetermined information on the shift of power on the high speed shared physical channel downlink drift radio network controller (dcrc), allowing to obtain a pointer high performance channel between the user equipment (ON)present in a cell, and the Node In the system that contains the Node, dkrs, connected to the Host and managing information about resources for communication with AT present in a cell occupied by the Node B, and the serving radio network controller (OCRS)connected to the dcrc and transmitting a control message blocks. The method comprises steps in which: send a provisioning request to reconfigure the radio link with ACRS on dcrc; pass the message preparation reconfigure the radio link with information on the shift of power from dcrc at the Node; transmit the message reconfiguration ready radio link with information on the shift of power from dcrc at OCRS and transmit the message over the dew on the reconfiguration of unidirectional radio link with information on the shift of power from OCR.

The third aspect of the present invention provides a data transmission method according to the bias power on the high speed shared physical channel downlink on the Site, allowing you to get a pointer high performance channel between the user equipment (ON)present in a cell, and the Node In the system that contains the Node, the drift radio network controller (dcrc)connected to the Node and managing information about resources for communication with AT present in a cell occupied by the Node B, and the serving radio network controller (OCRS)connected to the dcrc and transmitting a control message blocks. The method comprises steps in which: send the request to establish the radio link with ACRS on dcrc; transmit a request message for reconfiguring a shared physical channel, with a total capacity allocated for services SPDN (high speed packet access downlink), from dcrc at the Node; transmit the response message to the request message for reconfiguring a shared physical channel from the Node b on the dcrc; transmit a request message for establishing the radio link with information relating to the service VPDN from dcrc at the Site; determine the Node In the information on the shift of power with the total power allocated to the La services SPDN, and transmit a response message with information on bias power dcrc in response to the request message for establishing the radio link; and transmit a response message about the establishment of the radio link with information on the shift of power from dcrc at OCRS and transmit information on the shift of power from OCR.

A fourth aspect of the present invention provides a data transmission method according to the bias power on the high speed shared physical channel downlink on the Site, allowing you to get a pointer high performance channel between the user equipment (ON)present in a cell, and the Node In the system that contains the Node, the drift radio network controller (dcrc)connected to the Node and managing information about resources for communication with AT present in a cell occupied by the Node B, and the serving radio network controller (OCRS)connected to the dcrc and transmitting a control message blocks. The method comprises steps in which: send message preparation reconfigure the radio link with ACRS on dcrc; transmit a request message for reconfiguring a shared physical channel, with a total capacity allocated for services SPDN (high speed packet access downlink), from dcrc at the Node; transmit the response soo is an appeal to the request message for reconfiguring a shared physical channel from the Node b on the dcrc; pass the message preparation reconfigure the radio link with information relating to the service VPDN from dcrc at the Site; determine the Node In the information on the shift of power with the total capacity allocated for services SPDN, and transmit the response message to the message preparation reconfigure the radio link together with information on bias power dcrc; pass the message preparation reconfigure the radio link with information bias power from dcrc at OCRS and transmit the request message to the reconfiguration of unidirectional radio link with information on the shift of power from OCR.

The fifth aspect of the present invention provides a data transmission method according to the bias power on the high speed shared physical channel downlink drift radio network controller (dcrc), allowing to obtain a pointer high performance channel between the user equipment (ON)present in a cell, and the Node In the system that contains the Node, dkrs, connected to the Host and managing information about resources for communication with AT present in a cell occupied by the Node B, and the serving radio network controller (OCRS)connected to the dcrc and transmitting a control message blocks. The method comprises the steps are: define the information is Yu offset power with regard to power ratio, the common pilot channel power, dedicated high-speed shared physical channel downlink; pass the message NBAP (Node B, applied part) with information on the shift of power to the Node and transmits the RNSAP message (system radio network application part) with information on bias power on OCRS; and OCRS transmits the message to the RRC (radio resource management) with information on bias power.

The sixth aspect of the present invention provides a data transmission method according to the bias power on the high speed shared physical channel downlink on the Site, allowing you to get a pointer high performance channel between the user equipment (ON)present in a cell, and the Node In the system that contains the Node, the drift radio network controller (dcrc)connected to the Node and managing information about resources for communication with AT present in a cell occupied by the Node B, and the serving radio network controller (OCRS)connected to the dcrc and transmitting a control message blocks. The method comprises steps in which: receive information on the total capacity allocated for services SPDN (high speed packet access downlink) from dcrc through messages NBAP (Node, price the Naya part); determine information on the shift of power with relations of power, dedicated high-speed shared physical channel downlink determined based on information on the total capacity allocated for services SPDN to power, the common pilot channel; and transmit the NBAP message with information on bias power dcrc; and dcrc transmits the RNSAP message (system radio network application part) with information on bias power on OCRS, and OCRS transmits the message to the RRC (radio resource management) with information on bias power.

The above and other objectives, features and advantages of the present invention made it clear from the following detailed description given in conjunction with the attached drawings, on which:

figure 1 - diagram of the cell of the traditional system of mobile communication channels with indication of channels;

figure 2 is a graph of power Node allocated to the respective channels in a cell of conventional mobile communication system;

figure 3 - structure of the channel uplink communication, supporting SPDN, sauté conventional mobile communication system;

figure 4 - structure of the channel downlink that supports SPDN, sauté conventional mobile communication system;

5 is a block diagram of the process of determining the bias power is and HS-PDSCH on UCRS according to a variant implementation of the present invention;

6 is an example of a procedure alarm system for information delivery to offset the power of the HS-PDSCH to the mobile communication system according to a variant implementation of the present invention;

7 is another example of the procedure of the alarm system to deliver information to offset the power of the HS-PDSCH to the mobile communication system according to a variant implementation of the present invention;

Fig diagram of the process of determining at the Node In the bias power of the HS-PDSCH to the mobile communication system according to another variant implementation of the present invention;

figure 9 - example of a procedure alarm system for information delivery to offset the power of the HS-PDSCH to the mobile communication system according to another variant implementation of the present invention;

figure 10 is another example of the procedure of the alarm system to deliver information to offset the power of the HS-PDSCH to the mobile communication system according to another variant implementation of the present invention.

Below is a detailed description of several preferred embodiments of the present invention with reference to the accompanying drawings. In the drawings, identical or similar elements are denoted by the same positions even if they are on different drawings. In the following description, a detailed description of known functions and configurations incorporated here, are omitted for convenience.

Below is the following description of the present invention provides a method of determining the bias power of the HS-PDSCH for services SPDN and method allows the Host In and share a certain offset to the power of the HS-PDSCH through signal processing.

According to the first variant implementation of the offset power of HS-PDSCH is determined on UCRS, which manages the Node In the transmission of HS-PDSCH. We describe a method of transferring bias power of HS-PDSCH with UKRS a Node In through the NBAP message and delivery of the bias power of the HS-PDSCH on through the RNSAP message (system radio network application part) or RRC (radio resource management).

As described in connection with the prior art (Fig.1-4), UCRS determines the power allocated to the service SPDN in the range of the total power that can reach Node C. Thus, UCRS defines the total transmitted power, which can use the HS-SCCH and HS-PDSCH, and stores this information. The present invention aims at determining the bias power of the HS-PDSCH using the power allocated to the service SPDN, i.e. the maximum transmit power of HS-SCCH and HS-PDSCH available on WCRS. According to this variant implementation of the offset power of HS-PDSCH, which is determined on UCRS, set as a function of information the maximum transmit power of HS-SCCH and HS-PDSCH already defined on WCRS. Thus, the offset power of HS-PDSCH set on the basis of the information available on UCRS, for example, the maximum transmit power of HS-SCCH and HS-PDSCH transmit power CPICH on the Node and the total number of codes for HS-PDSCH, used by Node C.

Figure 5 shows the block diagram of offsetting power of HS-PDSCH according to a variant implementation of the present invention. Figure 5 position 501, 502, 503 and 504 denote parameters to determine the displacement capacity of the HS-PDSCH. The parameter represents the information available on WCRS. Position 501 indicates information on the total capacity allocated for services SPDN on Node C. the Position 502 identifies information power CPICH transmitted from the Node C. the Position 503 indicates the total number of codes used for the HS-PDSCH, and the position 504 is information available on other UCRS. Based on the parameters you can get the offset 506 power of HS-PDSCH through a specific function 505. For example, the bias power of the HS-PDSCH can be defined through equation (1).

Equation (1)

Powerhsdsch=(Maxsum. power SPDN - Macmonster HS-SCCH - gap)/N

CMhsdsch=10log10(Powerhsdsch/Powercpich)

In equation (1) “Powerhsdsch” indicates the power on code HS-PDSCH and Maxsum. power SPDN” specifies the maximum total transmitted power allocated to services SPDN. Further, “Macmonster HS-SCCH” specifies the maximum transmitted power allocated to the HS-SCCH, and “N” denotes the total number of codes used for the HS-PDSCH. In addition, “Powercpichwhat is the transmitted power, the selected CPICH, and “SMhsdsch” represents the offset power of HS-PDSCH code. Thus, CMhsdsch506 determines, by choosing a function that is proportional to the information 501 “Maxsum. power SPDN and inversely proportional to the information 502 Powercpichand the total number 503 codes used for the HS-PDSCH.

According to a variant implementation of the block definition reference information bias power of HS-PDSCH described with reference to figure 5, part UCRS.

Information bias power of HS-PDSCH, above a certain way, you need to pass on to the Host.

Figure 6 and 7 shows the procedure of delivery of the bias power of HS-PDSCH defined on UCRS, on Site and In the software. In the following description, given with reference to Fig.6 and 7, the RNSAP message is used between cattle, “the NBAP message is used between the dcrc and Node and the RRC message is used between the Node and ON.

Figure 6 shows how the alarm system for information delivery to offset the power of the HS-PDSCH to the mobile communication system according to a variant implementation of the present invention. According to Fig.6, the Node 602 is connected to the dcrc 603 via the lub, and dcrc 603 is connected to OCRS (serving cattle) 604 via lur. In addition, dkrs 603 acts as UCRS to Node 602.

According to Fig.6 OCRS 604 sends dcrc 603 message 610 establishment request is turn the radio requesting the establishment of a radio link. The message 610 the request to establish the radio link contains information related to SPDN, which must be exchanged between a Node 601 and 602 In. Information related to SPDN contains information HS-DSCH ID and LR (ID radio link) HS-PDSCH. Taking the RNSAP message 610, dkrs 603 (or UCRS) receives information relating to SPDN, analyzing the RNSAP message 610. Dcrc 603 transmits the received information related to SPDN, and additional information is available at dcrc 603, the Node 602 via messages 611 of the request to establish a radio link, requesting the establishment of a radio link. The information contained in the NBAP message 611, includes information HS-DSCH ID LR HS-PDSCH and HS-DSCH-RN. Through the NBAP message 611 dkrs (or UCRS) 603 may send a certain offset to the power of the HS-PDSCH. If the bias power of the HS-PDSCH is defined as CMhsdschthen IE CMhsdschyou can include in the IE information HS-DSCH. The following Table 1 presents the IE information HS-DSCH. CMhsdsch, IE, included in the last row, is information bias power of HS-PDSCH. Type IE and the reference value of the IE CMhsdschdetermined according to the potential value of information bias power of the HS-PDSCH. In this embodiment, it is assumed that the type IE and the reference value of the IE CMsdsch can take values from 3 to 15. In addition, it is assumed that the information CMhsdschis information bias power of HS-PDSCH using the same code. Alternative information, SEEhsdschyou can set as the offset power of all HS-PDSCH used by a single Node C. In this case, the Node should report ON the number of codes used for channel HS-PDSCH.

Table 1

Information FDD HS-DSCH
IE/group nameAvailabilityRangeType IE and the reference valueSemantic descriptionSeverityAssigned criticality
Information flow MAC-d HS-DSCH 1..<a Maximum number of threads MACd>  - 
>thread ID MAC-d HS-DSCHM 9.2.1.31I - 
>CBLOM 9.2.1.4A - 
>the Priority allocation/ retentionM 9.2.1.1A -&x000A0;
>Information priority queuesM1..<a Maximum number of queues>  - 
>>ID priority queuesM 9.2.1.49C - 
>>Index of the scheduling priorityM 9.2.1.53H - 
>>Index size PDU MAC-d 1..<a Maximum number of indexes PDU MAC-d>  - 
>>>SIDM 9.2.1.53I - 
>>>the size of the PDU MAC-dM 9.2.1.38A - 
Information about opportunities FOR 1  - 
>the Maximum number of bits on TrCH TTI HS-DSCHM ENUM(7300, 14600, 20456, 28800,...) - 
>Documents the ability of HS-DSCHM ENUM(5, 10, 15,...) - 
>the Minimum interval between TTIM INTEGER (1..3,...) - 
>the size of the buffer forwarding MAC-hsM INTEGER(1..300,...)The total combined capacity of the receive buffer in RLC and MAC-hs in KB- 
The shared memory HARQ 1..<a Maximum number of HARQ processes>  - 
>the Size of process memoryM INTEGER (1..172800,...) - 
The offset of the feedback dimensionM INTEGER (0..79,...) - 
hsdschM A (-3..15)The offset power by default between HS-PDSCH and P-CPICH/S-CPICH in dB- 

According to the above-described information is s CM hsdschtransmit to Node 602 via messages 611 of the request to establish the radio link. Taking the NBAP message 611, the Node 602 sends a message 612 answer on the establishment of radio communication lines for dcrc 603 confirming receipt of the message 611 of the request to establish the radio link. Then dcrc 603 transmits a message 613 answer on the establishment of radio communication lines for OCRS 604 using messages 611 of the request to establish the radio link and the information available on the dcrc 603. Message 613 RNSAP response contains the IE information HS-DSCH, and response IE information HS-DSCH has certain information, SEEhsdsch. In the following table 2 shows detailed information response IE information HS-DSCH. In table 2 CMhsdschincluded in the response IE information HS-DSCH is the same information that CMhsdschin IE information HS-DSCH, which is included in the NBAP message 611.

Table 2

Response to information FDD HS-DSCH
IE/group nameAvailabilityRangeType IE and the reference valueSemantic descriptionSeverityAssigned criticality
Response to information flow MAC-d HS-DSCH 1..<a Maximum number of thread the MACd>   - 
>thread ID MAC-d HS-DSCHM O - 
>Reference IDAbout 9.2.1.4 - 
>Address transport layerAbout 9.2.1.63 - 
Response to information on HS-SCCH 1..<a Maximum number of codes HSSCCH>    
>the code NumberM INTEGER (0..127)   
Reporting cycle k1 feedback measurementsM Reporting feedback loop measurement aUsed ON the outside of the soft mode of handover  
Reporting cycle k2 feedback measurementsM Reporting feedback loop measurement aUsed in soft mode of handover   
hsdschM A (-3..15)The offset power by default between HS-PDSCH and P-CPICH/S-CPICH in dB- 

Taking the RNSAP message 613, OCRS 604 generates the message 614 establishing a unidirectional channel, requesting the establishment of a unidirectional channel, using the RNSAP message 613, and other information, and then transmits the generated message 614 establishing a unidirectional channel at 601. The RRC message 614 also includes information SEEhsdschtransferred from dcrc (or UCRS) 603 through the RNSAP message 613. AT 601, because it accepts the RRC message 614 may receive information SEEhsdschdefined on dcrc 603.

Taking the message 614 establishing a unidirectional channel, 601 sends a message 615 completion of the establishment of a unidirectional channel that indicates the completion of the establishment of a unidirectional channel, on OCRS 604, thereby informing OCRS 604 that he can get the service SPDN. As a result, Node 601 and 602 In sharing information on the displacement capacity of the HS-PDSCH. Therefore, the operation of determining UKK and receive operation UKK on the Node with the subsequent transmission of HS-DSCH depending on UKK are effective the O.

In the procedure of alarms presented on Fig.6, messages, presents bold arrows indicate the signals through which the transmission information, SEEhsdsch.

7 shows another procedure alarm system for information delivery to offset the power of the HS-PDSCH to the mobile communication system according to a variant implementation of the present invention. Thus, figure 7 illustrates the procedure alarm when ON 701 initiates the service SPDN, communicating with the Node 702 on a selected channel, or when the setting has to be changed during maintenance SPDN.

According to Fig.7. OCRS 704 transmits a message 710 preparation reconfigure the radio link, the requesting preparation for reconfiguring a radio link, dkrs 703, thereby providing dcrc 703 information related to the service SPDN. Dcrc 703 (or UCRS in this embodiment) defines information on bias power of HS-PDSCH through block described with reference to figure 5. After that dcrc 703 generates the message 711 training reconfigure the radio link containing information downloaded through the RNSAP message 710, and other information, and transmits the generated message 711 training reconfigure the radio link to the Node 702, thereby requesting the reconfiguration of the radio link. Soo the distribution of NBAP 711 contains information, SEE hsdschinformation on bias power of HS-PDSCH. By adding SPDN information, SEEhsdschinclude in the IE information HS-DSCH to add. However, modification of facilities services SPDN information, SEEhsdschinclude in the IE information HS-DSCH to modify. Information IE, HS-DSCH to add identical in structure IE information FDD HS-DSCH (part of the NBAP message 611, described with reference to Fig.6. On the contrary, IE information HS-DSCH to modify generated, as shown in table 3, and are identical in format information, SEEhsdschincluded in there, IE information FDD HS-DSCH.

Table 3

Information HS-DSCH to modify
IE/group nameAvailabilityRangeType IE and the reference valueSemantic descriptionSeverityAssigned criticality
Information flow MAC-d HS-DSCH 0..<a Maximum number of threads MACd>  - 
>thread ID MAC-d HS-DSCHM 9.2.1.31I -  
>CBLOAbout 9.2.1.4A - 
>the Priority allocation/ retentionAbout 9.2.1.1A - 
>Information priority queues 0..<a Maximum number of queues>  - 
>>ID priority queuesM 9.2.1.49C - 
>>Index of the scheduling priorityAbout 9.2.1.53H - 
>>Index size PDU MAC-d Oh..<a Maximum number of indexes PDU MAC-d>  - 
>>>SIDM 9.2.1.53I - 
>>>the size of the PDU MAC-dAbout 9.2.1.38A - 
>the Pointer query unidirectional transport channelM 9.2.1.62A - 
Reporting cycle measurementAbout ENUM (k1, k2)Only for FDD  
hsdschAbout A (-3..15)The offset power by default between HS-PDSCH and P-CPICH/S-CPICH in dB  

The node 702, taking the NBAP message 711 receives information, SEEhsdschincluded in the received NBAP message 711, and sends a message 712 ready reconfiguration of the radio link at the dcrc 703. Taking the NBAP message 712, dkrs 703 transmits a message 713 ready reconfiguration of the radio link on OCRS 704. Transfer information, SEEhsdschthrough the RNSAP message 713. For IE, containing information SEEhsdschused response IE information FDD HS-DSCH in the response message about establish the radio link, shown in Fig.6. The detailed structure response IE information FDD HS-DSCH described with reference to Fig.6.

Taking the RNSAP message 713, OCRS 704 sends a message 714 prescription reconfigure radio link that directs to reconfigure radio link, dkrs 703. In turn, dkrs 703 sends a message 715 prescription reconfigure radio link that directs to reconfigure the radio link, the Node 702, thereby allowing the Node 702 to implement the process of reconfiguring a radio link.

OCRS 704 sends information, SEEhsdschat 701 through messages 716 reconfigure unidirectional channel, requesting reconfiguration of the unidirectional channel. After receiving the RRC message 716, 701 reconfigures unidirectional channel through the process of reconfiguring the unidirectional channel. Upon completion of the migration unidirectional channel FOR 701 sends a message 717 complete reconfiguration unidirectional channel, indicating the completion of the migration of unidirectional channel on OCRS 704, wherein the procedure of alarms presented on Fig.7 completes.

In addition, in the procedure of signaling described with reference to Fig.7, the message indicated by bold arrows indicate signals, by means of which carried the tsya transfer CM hsdsch.

According to this variant implementation in some cases information SEEhsdschthough not often subject to change. Each time you add to the Site In the new, who wants to receive the service, or if you are reinstalling the software that received the service, the Node updates the information CMhsdsch. When you change information, SEEhsdschThe node may simply identify the changed information, SEEhsdsch. However, it is also necessary to the process of providing the modified information, SEEhsdschon previously received service VPDN from Node C. This can be done in two ways.

According to the first method can use existing information, SEEhsdsch. According to the second method, the Node b can provide information CMhsdscheveryone who currently use the service, via messages that support the procedure reconfigure the radio link, as described with reference to Fig.7.

According to the second variant of implementation of the present invention, it is assumed that the displacement capacity of the HS-PDSCH is determined by the Node that transmits the HS-PDSCH. The node b determines the offset of the power of the HS-PDSCH using the information about the power VPDN received from UKRS through the NBAP message. Describe the way in which the Node re-transmits the displacement capacity of the HS-PDSCH on OCRS on what redstem messages NBAP and RNSAP messages, and OCRS re-transmits a bias power of HS-PDSCH on through the RRC message.

Usually UCRS determines the total capacity to be allocated to the service VPDN within the total capacity of the Node C. Thus, UCRS determines the maximum transmitted power, which can use the HS-SCCH and HS-PDSCH, and then save the information. The present invention differs in that UCRS Site provides information on the total capacity to be allocated to the service SPDN, i.e. information on the maximum transmit power of HS-SCCH and HS-PDSCH, then the Node b determines the offset of the power of the HS-PDSCH based on the information about the total power allocated to the service SPDN. In this embodiment, the bias power of the HS-PDSCH is set as a function of the information on the maximum transmit power of HS-SCCH and HS-PDSCH already defined on WCRS. Thus, the bias power of the HS-PDSCH is determined on the basis of the information available on UCRS, for example, the maximum transmit power of HS-SCCH and HS-PDSCH received from UKRS through the NBAP message, CPICH transmit power at the Node b and the total number of codes for HS-PDSCH, the Node Century

On Fig shows the process of determining a Node In the bias power of the HS-PDSCH to the mobile communication system according to another variant implementation of the present invention. In particular, the and Fig shows a block diagram determine the displacement capacity of the HS-PDSCH.

On Fig position 801, 802, 803 and 804 represent parameters to determine the displacement capacity of the HS-PDSCH. The parameters represent the information available on WCRS. Parameter maximum transmission power of HS-SCCH and HS-PDSCH, represented by the position 801 is information that the Node received from UKRS through messages 810 a request for reconfiguring a shared physical channel. Other options available positions 802, 803 and 804, this information is available on the Site Century. Position 801 indicates information on the total capacity allocated for services SPDN on service Node Century Position 802 identifies information about power CPICH transmitted from the Node C. the Position 803 indicates the total number of codes used for the HS-PDSCH, and the position 804 represents the information available on other UCRS. Based on the parameters you can calculate the offset 806 power of HS-PDSCH through a specific function 805. For example, the bias power of the HS-PDSCH can be defined through equation (2).

Equation (2)

Powerhsdsch=(Maxsum. power SPDN - Macmonster HS-SCCH - gap)/N

CMhsdsch=10log10(Powerhsdsch/Powercpich)

In equation (2) “Powerhsdsch” indicates the power on code HS-PDSCH and Maxsum. power SPDN” specifies the maximum total transmitted power allocated to services VSP is N. Further, “Macmonster HS-SCCH” specifies the maximum transmitted power allocated to the HS-SCCH, and “N” denotes the total number of codes used for the HS-PDSCH. In addition, “Powercpich” represents the transmitted power allocated CPICH, and “SMhsdsch” represents the offset power of HS-PDSCH code. Thus, CMhsdsch806 determines, by choosing a function that is proportional to the information 801 Maxsum. power SPDN and inversely proportional to the information 802 Powercpichand the total number 803 codes used for the HS-PDSCH.

According to the second variant of implementation, the block definition reference information bias power of HS-PDSCH described with reference to Fig, is part of the Node C. In the process, presented at Fig, after determining the bias power of HS-PDSCH, the Node must transmit the information via the bias power of the HS-PDSCH.

In figures 9 and 10 are examples of procedures for delivery of the bias power of HS-PDSCH, a particular Node In that. In the following description, given with reference to figures 9 and 10, the RNSAP message is used between cattle, “the NBAP message is used between the dcrc and Node and the RRC message is used between the Node and ON.

Figure 9 shows an example of a procedure alarm system for information delivery to offset the power of the HS-PDSCH to the mobile communication system according to another way in which the version of the implementation of the present invention. According to Fig.9, the Node 902 is connected to the dcrc 903 via the lub and dcrc 903 is connected to OCRS 904 via lur. In addition, dkrs 903 serves as UCRS to Node 902.

According to Fig.9 OCRS 904 sends dcrc 903 message 910 request to establish a radio link, requesting the establishment of a radio link. Message 910 request to establish a radio link contains the IE related to SPDN, information related to the HS-DSCH, which must be exchanged between a Node 901 and 902 In. Information related to SPDN contains information HS-DSCH ID and LR HS-PDSCH. Taking the RNSAP message 910, dkrs 903 (or UCRS) gives information on the maximum transmit power of HS-SCCH and HS-PDSCH to the Node 902 through messages 920 request for reconfiguring a shared physical channel, requesting reconfiguration of the shared physical channel. Taking the NBAP message 920, the Node 902 stores information included in the message composition 920 request for reconfiguring a shared physical channel, and then transmits the message 921 answer about reconfiguring the shared physical channel on dcrc 903. The NBAP message 920 and 921 can be passed after OCRS 904 will give the RNSAP message, i.e. the message 910 request to establish a radio link, dkrs 903, or the exchange of these messages between the dcrc Node 903 and 902 In monoisostearate on the occasion in accordance with the state of the dcrc 903.

Message 920 request for reconfiguring a shared physical channel IE contains a total power of the HS-PDSCH and HS-SCCH, and IE total power of the HS-PDSCH and HS-SCCH becomes information on the maximum transmit power of HS-SCCH and HS-PDSCH described with reference to Fig. Thus, the node 902 has information on the maximum transmit power of HS-SCCH and HS-PDSCH.

Dcrc 903, taking the RNSAP message 910 receives information related to SPDN, analyzing the RNSAP message 910, and then transmits the received information and additional information are available on dcrc 903, the Node 902 through messages 911 request to establish a radio link, requesting the establishment of a radio link. IE, related to SPDN, part of the NBAP message 911, contains information HS-DSCH ID LR HS-PDSCH and HS-DSCH-RN.

If information related to SPDN, is supplied to the Node 902 through messages 911 request to establish the radio link, the Node 902 generates information on the displacement capacity of the HS-PDSCH. This means that, having information for each of the items 801, 802, 803 and 804, the Node 902 may generate information 806 to offset the power of the HS-PDSCH. Thus, the Node 902 starts the operation to deliver the generated information to offset the power of the HS-PDSCH at 901.

Taking the NBAP message 911, the Node 902 sends a message 912 response obustavljene line communication dcrc 903 in response to the NBAP message 911. The node 902 may send a specific value of the bias power of the HS-PDSCH with the NBAP message 912. If the bias power of the HS-PDSCH is defined as CMhsdschthen IE CMhsdschyou can include in the IE information HS-DSCH. The following table 4 presents the IE information HS-DSCH, which is part of the message 912 answer about the establishment of the radio link. CMhsdschIE, included in the last row, is information bias power of HS-PDSCH. Type IE and the reference value of the IE CMhsdschdetermined according to the potential value of information bias power of the HS-PDSCH. In this embodiment, it is assumed that the type IE and the reference value of the IE CMhsdschcan take values from 3 to 15. In addition, it is assumed that the information CMhsdschis information bias power of HS-PDSCH using the same code. Alternative information, SEEhsdschyou can set as the offset power of all HS-PDSCH used by a single Node C. In this case, the Node should report ON the number of codes used for channel HS-PDSCH.

Table 4

Response to information FDD HS-DSCH
IE/group nameAvailabilityRangeType IE and the reference valueSemantic descriptionSeverity Assigned criticality
Response to information flow MAC-d HS-DSCH 1..<a Maximum number of threads MACd>  - 
>thread ID MAC-d HS-DSCHM 9.2.1.31I - 
>Reference IDAbout 9.2.1.4 - 
>Address transport layerAbout 9.2.1.63 - 
Response to information on HS-SCCH 1..<a Maximum number of codes HSSCCH>    
>the code NumberM INTEGER (0..127)   
Reporting cycle k1 feedback measurementsM Reporting feedback loop measurement WUsed ON the outside of the soft mode of handover  
Reporting cycle k2 feedback measurement is s M Reporting feedback loop measurement WUsed in soft mode of handover  
hsdschM A (-3..15)The offset power by default between HS-PDSCH and P-CPICH/S-CPICH in dB- 

Dcrc 903 sends a message 913 answer on the establishment of radio communication lines for OCRS 904 using the information included in the message 912 answer about the establishment of the radio link. Because dcrc 903 took information, SEEhsdschthrough messages 912 answer about the establishment of the radio link, the message RNSAP 913 contains a response IE information HS-DSCH, so dcrc 903 can convey information, SEEhsdschon OCRS 904 together with the response, IE-information HS-DSCH. Detailed information response IE information HS-DSCH has the same format as described with reference to the first variant implementation. CMhsdschincluded in the response IE information HS-DSCH is the same information that CMhsdschin IE information HS-DSCH included in the NBAP message 911.

Taking the RNSAP message 913, OCRS 904 generates a message 914 establishing a unidirectional channel, requesting the establishment of a unidirectional channel, using the m messages RNSAP 913 and other information and transmits the generated message 914 establishing a unidirectional channel at 901. The RRC message 914 also includes information SEEhsdschtransferred from dcrc (or UCRS) 903 on OCRS 904 through the RNSAP message 913. AT 901, because it accepts the RRC message 914 may receive information SEEhsdschspecified Node 902.

Taking the message 914 establishing a unidirectional channel, 901 carries out the procedure for establishing a unidirectional channel, and then sends a message 915 completion of the establishment of a unidirectional channel that indicates the completion of the establishment of a unidirectional channel, on OCRS 904, thereby informing OCRS 904 that he can get the service SPDN. As a result, Node 901 and 902 In sharing information on the displacement capacity of the HS-PDSCH. Therefore, the operation of determining UKK and receive operation UKK on the Node with the subsequent transmission of HS-DSCH depending on UKK are carried out effectively.

In the procedure of alarms presented on Fig.9, message 912, 913 and 914 indicated by bold arrows are the signals by which to transmit information, SEEhsdsch.

Figure 10 shows another procedure alarm system for information delivery to offset the power of the HS-PDSCH to the mobile communication system according to another variant implementation of the present invention. Thus, figure 10 illustrates the procedure of the rings the implementation, when 1001 initiates the service SPDN, communicating with the Node 1002 on a selected channel, or when the setting must be modified during maintenance SPDN.

According to figure 10 ACRS 1004 transmits a message 1010 preparation reconfigure the radio link, the requesting preparation for reconfiguring a radio link, dkrs 1003, thereby informing dcrc 1003 information related to the service SPDN. Taking the RNSAP message 1010, dkrs 1003 (or UCRS) transmits information on the maximum transmit power of HS-SCCH and HS-PDSCH to the Node 1002 through messages 1020 request for reconfiguring a shared physical channel, requesting reconfiguration of the shared physical channel. Taking the NBAP message 1020, the Node 1002 stores information included in the message 1020 request for reconfiguring a shared physical channel, and then transmits the message 1021 answer about reconfiguring the shared physical channel on dcrc 1003. The NBAP message 1020 and 1021 can be passed after OCRS 1004 will give the RNSAP message, i.e. the message 1010 preparation reconfigure the radio link at the dcrc 1003 or exchange of these messages between the dcrc Node 1003 and 1002 can be performed on the occasion in accordance with the state of the dcrc 1003.

Message 1020 request for reconfiguring a shared physical is one channel contains the IE total power of the HS-PDSCH and HS-SCCH, and IE total power of the HS-PDSCH and HS-SCCH information becomes 801 on the maximum transmit power of HS-SCCH and HS-PDSCH described with reference to Fig. Thus, the node 1002 has information on the maximum transmit power of HS-SCCH and HS-PDSCH.

Dcrc 1003, accepted the message 1010 preparation reconfigure the radio link, generates a message 1011 training reconfigure the radio link preparation for reconfiguring a radio link using the information obtained through the RNSAP message 1010, and other information, and then transmits the generated message 1011 training reconfigure the radio link to the Node 1002. IE, related to SPDN, part of the NBAP message 1011, contains information HS-DSCH ID LR HS-PDSCH and HS-DSCH-RN.

If information related to SPDN, is supplied to the Node 1002 through messages 1011 training reconfigure the radio link, the Node 1002 generates information on the displacement capacity of the HS-PDSCH. This means that, having information for each of the items 801, 802, 803 and 804, the Node 1002 may generate information 806 to offset the power of the HS-PDSCH. Thus, the Node 1002 starts the operation to deliver the generated information to offset the power of the HS-PDSCH at 1001.

The node 1002, taking the NBAP message 1011 receives information related to SPDN, a subset of the received messages NAP 1011, and sends a message 1012 ready reconfiguration of the radio link, pointing to the completion of the reconfiguration of the radio link, dkrs 1003 in response to the NBAP message 1011. The NBAP message 1012 is passed together with information CMhsdschinformation on bias power of HS-PDSCH, a particular Node 1002. Information, SEEhsdschinclude in the response, IE-information HS-DSCH message 1012 ready reconfiguration of the radio link before you send it. Response IE information HS-DSCH is identical in structure IE described with reference to Fig.9.

Taking the NBAP message 1012, dkrs 1003 stores information SEEhsdschthat is part of the NBAP 1012. Dcrc 1003 transmits the stored information SEEhsdschon OCRS 1004 through messages 1013 ready reconfiguration of the radio link, pointing to the completion of the reconfiguration of the radio link. For IE, containing information SEEhsdschused response IE information FDD HS-DSCH in the response message on the establishment of radio links indicated at 6. The detailed structure response IE information FDD HS-DSCH described with reference to Fig.6.

Taking the RNSAP message 1013, OCRS 1004 sends a message 1014 prescription reconfigure radio link that directs to reconfigure radio link, dkrs 1003. In turn, dkrs 1003 sends a message any reconfigure the radio link to the Node 1002, thereby allowing the Node 1002 to perform the process of reconfiguring a radio link.

OCRS 1004 sends information, SEEhsdschat 1001 through messages 1016 reconfigure unidirectional channel, requesting reconfiguration of the unidirectional channel. After receiving the RRC message 1016, 1001 provides the procedure for reconfiguring the unidirectional channel. After that, 1001 sends a message 1017 complete reconfiguration unidirectional channel, indicating the completion of the migration of unidirectional channel on OCRS 1004 in response to the RRC message 1016, wherein the procedure of the alarm shown in figure 10, is completed.

In addition, in the procedure of signaling described with reference to figure 10, the message 1012, 1013 and 1016 indicated by bold arrows indicate signals which carry out transmission of CMhsdsch.

According to this variant implementation in some cases information SEEhsdschthough not often subject to change. Each time you add to the Site In the new, who wants to receive the service, or if you are reinstalling ON 1001 that has received the service, the Node 1002 updates the information CMhsdsch. When you change information, SEEhsdschThe node 1002 may simply identify the changed information, SEEhsdsch. But with the addition of the necessary process has the population changed information SEE hsdschat 1001, which had previously received service VPDN from Node 1002. This can be done in two ways. According to the first method ACCORDING 1001 may use existing information, SEEhsdsch. According to the second method, the Node 1002 may provide information CMhsdscheveryone 1001, which currently use the service through messages that support the procedure for reconfiguring a radio link, as described with reference to figure 10.

As described above in the system SPDN the Node b determines the power allocated to each HS-PDSCH, so that the Node and can accurately determine the power to be allocated HS-PDSCH, thereby increasing overall system performance SPDN.

Although the invention has been shown and described with reference to certain preferred ways of its implementation, specialists in this area can offer a variety of changes in form and detail, without going beyond the nature and scope of the invention defined in the attached claims.

1. The data transmission method according to the bias power used in high-speed shared physical channel downlink defined by the drift radio network controller (dcrc), Node b and user equipment (ON), allowing to obtain a pointer high Pro is socialnet channel high-speed shared physical channel downlink between, present in the cell, and the Node In the system that contains the Node, dkrs for managing information about resources allocated for communication with AT present in a cell occupied by the Node B, and is connected to the Node, and the service radio network controller (OCRS)connected to the dcrc for transmission of the control message blocks, the method contains the steps that transmit a request message for establishing the radio link, which contains information on the shift of power to the Node In accordance with a request to establish a radio link from ACRS to dkrs, and transmit the message answer on the establishment of radio communication lines containing the information on the shift of power from dcrc to OCRS, and pass the message on establishing a unidirectional channel with information on bias power is included in the response message on the establishment of the radio link, from ACRS to.

2. The method according to claim 1, in which the response message on the establishment of the radio link transfer after answer on the establishment of the radio link is taken from Node C.

3. The method according to claim 1, in which the information on the displacement capacity is determined taking into account the relations of power, the common pilot channel power, dedicated high-speed shared physical channel downlink.

4. The method according to claim 3, in which information on cm is the capacity CM hsdschdetermined according to CMhsdsch=10log10(Powerhsdsch/Powercpich), where “Powerhsdsch” indicates the power for the high speed shared physical channel downlink (HS-PDSCH), and “Powercpich” indicates the power allocated to the common pilot channel (CPICH).

5. The method according to claim 4, in which the power for the high speed shared physical channel downlink (HS-PDSCH), Powerhsdschdetermine how Powerhsdsch=(Maxcommand SPDN - Macmonster HS-SCCH-gap)/N, where “Maxsum. power SPDN” indicates the total power allocated to services SPDN (high speed packet access downlink), “Macmonster HS-SCCH indicates power, dedicated high-speed shared control channel (HS-SCCH), and N denotes the total number of codes used for the HS-PDSCH.

6. The method according to claim 1, in which OCRS transmits to the message about the establishment of a unidirectional radio link, including information on bias power when there is a unidirectional channel.

7. The data transmission method according to the bias power used in high-speed shared physical channel downlink defined by the drift radio network controller (dcrc), nautel In and user equipment (ON), allows you to retrieve a pointer high performance channel high-speed shared physical channel downlink between the present in a cell, and the Node In the system that contains the Node, dkrs for managing information about resources allocated for communication with AT present in a cell occupied by the Node B, and is connected to the Node, and the service radio network controller (OCRS)connected to the dcrc for transmission of the control message blocks, the method comprises the stages on which to send the message preparation reconfigure the radio link with information on the shift of power to the Node In in accordance with the provisioning request to the reconfiguration of the radio link from ACRS to dkrs, convey the message of reconfiguration ready radio link with information on bias power on OCRS, and transmit the message to reconfigure a unidirectional channel with information on bias power included in the message from ACRS to ready reconfiguration of the radio link.

8. The method according to claim 6, in which the message is ready reconfiguration of the radio link is being passed from dcrc to OCRS after receiving from a Node In a message reconfiguration ready radio link.

9. The method according to claim 7, which also contains the time that accepting OCRS message ready reconfiguration of the line is audiosvyazi, passed to the dcrc prescription reconfigure the radio link, and transmit from dcrc at the Site In order to reconfigure the radio link in response to the instruction to reconfigure the radio link, taken from OCR.

10. The method according to claim 7, in which information on the displacement capacity is determined taking into account the relations of power, the common pilot channel power, dedicated high-speed shared physical channel downlink.

11. The method according to claim 10, in which information on the displacement capacity CMhsdschdetermined according to CMhsdsch=10log10(Powerhsdsch/Powercpich), where “Powerhsdsch” indicates the power for the high speed shared physical channel downlink (HS-PDSCH), and “Powercih” indicates the power allocated to the common pilot channel (CPICH).

12. The method according to claim 11, in which the power for the high speed shared physical channel downlink (HS-PDSCH), Powerhsdschdetermine how Powerhsdsch=(Maxsum. power SPDN - Macmonster HS-S-gap)/M, where “Maxsum. power SPDN” indicates the total power allocated to services SPDN (high speed packet access downlink), “Macmonster HS-SCCH indicates the power allocated high the mu shared control channel (HS-SCCH), N denotes the total number of codes used for the HS-PDSCH.

13. The data transmission method according to the bias power used in high-speed shared physical channel downlink defined by the drift radio network controller (dcrc), Node b and user equipment (ON), allowing to obtain a pointer high performance channel high-speed shared physical channel, the falling lines of communication between, those present in a cell, and the Node In the system that contains the Node, dkrs for managing information about resources allocated for communication with AT present in a cell occupied by the Node B, and is connected to the Node, and the service controller radio network (OCRS)connected to the dcrc and transmitting a control message blocks, the method contains the steps that define the information on the shift of power with the power ratio, the common pilot channel power, dedicated high-speed shared physical channel downlink transmit the message NBAP (Node B, applied part), containing information on the shift of power to the Node B, and transmits the RNSAP message (system radio network application part), containing information on the shift of power in OCRS, while OCRS transmits the RRC message(radio resource management), information on displacement power output.

14. The method according to item 13, on which information on the displacement capacity CMhsdschdetermined according to CMhsdsch=10log10(Powerhsdsch/Powercpich), where “Powerhsdsch” indicates the power for the high speed shared physical channel downlink (HS-PDSCH), and “Powercpich” indicates the power allocated to the common pilot channel (CPICH).

15. The method according to 14, in which the power for the high speed shared physical channel downlink (HS-PDSCH), Powerhsdscbdetermine how Powerhsdsch=Maxcommand SPDN - Macmonster HS-SCCH-gap)/N, where “Maxsum. power SPDN” indicates the total power allocated to services SPDN (high speed packet access downlink), “Macmonster HS-SCCH indicates power, dedicated high-speed shared control channel (HS-SCCH), N denotes the total number of codes used for the HS-PDSCH.



 

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1 cl, 7 dwg, 1 tbl

FIELD: radio communications.

SUBSTANCE: proposed method intended for data transfer from mobile object to stationary one residing at initial center of common mobile-object route using electronic means disposed on stationary and mobile objects involves radio communications with aid of low-power intermediate transceiving stations equipped with non-directional antennas and dropped from mobile object, these intermediate transceiving drop stations being produced in advance on mobile object. Proposed radio communication system is characterized in reduced space requirement which enhanced its effectiveness in joint functioning with several other radio communication systems.

EFFECT: reduced mass and size of transceiver stations, enhanced noise immunity and electromagnetic safety of personnel.

2 cl, 6 dwg

FIELD: radio communications.

SUBSTANCE: proposed method intended for data transfer to mobile object from stationary one residing at initial center of mobile-object route using electronic means disposed on stationary and mobile objects involves radio communications with aid of low-power intermediate transceiving stations equipped with non-directional antennas and dropped from mobile object, these intermediate transceiving drop stations being produced in advance on mobile object. Proposed radio communication system is characterized in reduced space requirement which enhances its effectiveness in joint functioning with several other radio communication systems.

EFFECT: reduced mass and size of transceiver stations, enhanced noise immunity and electromagnetic safety of personnel.

2 cl, 6 dwg, 1 tbl

FIELD: radio communications.

SUBSTANCE: proposed method for single-ended radio communications between mobile objects whose routes have common initial center involves use of low-power intermediate transceiving stations equipped with non-directional antennas and dropped from mobile objects. Proposed radio communication system is characterized in reduced space requirement and, consequently, in enhanced effectiveness when operating simultaneously with several other radio communication systems.

EFFECT: reduced mass and size, enhanced noise immunity and electromagnetic safety for attending personnel.

2 cl, 7 dwg, 1 tbl

FIELD: radio communications.

SUBSTANCE: proposed method intended for data transfer to mobile objects from stationary one residing at initial center of common mobile-objects route using electronic means disposed on stationary and mobile objects involves radio communications with aid of low-power intermediate transceiving stations equipped with non-directional antennas and dropped from first mobile object. Proposed radio communication system is characterized in reduced space requirement which enhances its effectiveness in simultaneous functioning of several radio communication systems.

EFFECT: reduced mass and size of transceiver stations, enhanced noise immunity and electromagnetic safety of personnel.

2 cl, 7 dwg, 1 tbl

FIELD: radio communications.

SUBSTANCE: proposed method intended for data transfer to mobile objects from stationary one residing at initial center of common mobile-objects route using electronic means disposed on stationary and mobile objects involves radio communications with aid of low-power intermediate transceiving stations equipped with non-directional antennas and dropped from first mobile object, these intermediate transceiving drop stations being produced in advance on first mobile object. Proposed radio communication system is characterized in reduced space requirement which enhances its effectiveness in joint functioning with several other radio communication systems.

EFFECT: reduced mass and size of transceiver stations, enhanced noise immunity and electromagnetic safety of personnel.

2 cl, 7 dwg, 1 tbl

FIELD: radio communications.

SUBSTANCE: proposed method for single-ended radio communications between mobile objects having common initial center involves use of low-power intermediate transceiver stations equipped with non-directional antennas and dropped from mobile objects. Proposed radio communication system is characterized in reduced space requirement and, consequently, in enhanced effectiveness when operating simultaneously with several other radio communication systems.

EFFECT: reduced mass and size, enhanced noise immunity and electromagnetic safety of personnel.

2 cl, 7 dwg, 1 tbl

FIELD: radio communications.

SUBSTANCE: proposed method intended for data transfer to mobile objects from stationary one residing at initial center of common mobile-objects route using electronic means disposed on stationary and mobile objects involves radio communications with aid of low-power intermediate transceiving stations equipped with non-directional antennas and dropped from first mobile object, these intermediate transceiving drop stations being produced in advance on first mobile object and destroyed upon completion of radio communications between mobile and stationary objects. Proposed radio communication system is characterized in reduced space requirement which enhances its effectiveness in joint functioning with several radio communication systems.

EFFECT: reduced mass and size of transceiver stations, enhanced noise immunity and electromagnetic safety of personnel.

2 cl, 7 dwg, 1 tbl

FIELD: radio communications engineering; digital communications in computer-aided ground-to-air data exchange systems.

SUBSTANCE: proposed system designed to transfer information about all received messages irrespective of their priority from mobile objects to information user has newly introduced message processing unit, group of m modems, (m + 1) and (m + 2) modems, address switching unit, reception disabling unit whose input functions as high-frequency input of station and output is connected to receiver input; control input of reception disabling unit is connected to output of TRANSMIT signal shaping unit; first input/output of message processing unit is connected through series-connected (m + 2) and (m + 1) modems and address switching unit to output of control unit; output of address switching unit is connected to input of transmission signal storage unit; t outputs of message processing unit function through t respective modems as low-frequency outputs of station; initialization of priority setting and control units, message processing unit clock generator, and system loading counter is effected by transferring CLEAR signal to respective inputs.

EFFECT: enhanced efficiency due to enhanced throughput capacity of system.

1 cl, 2 dwg

FIELD: radiophone groups servicing distant subscribers.

SUBSTANCE: proposed radiophone system has base station, plurality of distant subscriber stations, group of modems, each affording direct digital synthesizing of any frequency identifying frequency channel within serial time spaces, and cluster controller incorporating means for synchronizing modems with base station and used to submit any of modems to support communications between subscriber stations and base station during sequential time intervals.

EFFECT: enhanced quality of voice information.

12 cl, 11 dwg

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