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Data Types



References



FAPService:1.0 Data Model

o

Data Model Definition

Data Types

The parameters defined in this specification make use of a limited subset of the default SOAP data types [SOAP]. The complete

set
of data types along with the notation used to re
present these types is listed in Section 3.2 / [TR
-
106a4]. The following named data
types are used by this specification.

Data Type

Base
Type

Description

IPAddress

string

All IPv4 addresses and subnet masks are represented as strings in IPv4 dotted
-
decimal notation. All IPv6
addresses and subnet masks MUST be represented using any of the 3 standard textual representations as
defined in RFC 3513 Sections 2.2.1, 2.2.2 and 2.2
.3 / [RFC3513]. Both lower
-
case and upper
-
case letters can
be used. Use of the lower
-
case letters is RECOMMENDED. Examples of valid IPv6 address textual
representations:



1080:0:0:800:ba98:3210:11aa:12dd



1080::800:ba98:3210:11aa:12dd



0:0:0:0:0:0:13.1.68.3

Unspecified or inapplicable IP addresses and subnet masks MUST be represented as empty strings unless
otherwise specified by the parameter definition.

MACAddress

string

All MAC addresses are represented as strings of 12 hexadecimal
digits (digits 0
-
9, letters A
-
F or a
-
f)
displayed as six pairs of digits separated by colons. Unspecified or inapplicable MAC addresses MUST be
represented as empty strings unless otherwise specified by the parameter definition.

References

[
3GPP
-
TS.23.107
]

3GPP TS
-
23.107,
Quality of Service (QoS) concept and architecture
, 3GPP, December 2009.

[
3
GPP2
-
A.S0008
]

A.S0008
-
C v2.0,
Interoperability Specification (IOS) for High Rate Packet Data (HRPD) Radio Access Network
Interfaces with Session Control in the Access Network
, 3GPP2, January 2009.

[
3GPP2
-
A.S0009
]

A.S0009
-
C v2.0,
Interoperability Specification (IOS) for High Rate Packet Data (HRPD) Radio Access Network
Interfaces with Session Control in the Packet Control Function
, 3GPP2, January 2009.

[
3GPP2
-
A.S0013
]

A.S0013
-
D v2.0,
Interoperability Specification (IOS) for cdma2000 Access Network Interfaces Part 3 Features
,
3GPP2, August 2009.

[
3GPP2
-
A.S0014
]

A.S0014
-
D v2.0,
Interoperability Specification (IOS) for cdma2000 Access Network Interfaces Part 4 (A1, A1p, A2,
and A5 Interfaces)
, 3GPP2, August 2009.

[
3GPP2
-
A.S0024
]

A.S0024
-
0 v1.0,
Interoperability Specification (IOS) for Femtocell Access Points
, 3GPP2, TBD.

[
3GPP2
-
C.R1001
]

C.R1001
-
G v1.0,
Administration of Parameter Value Assignments for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum Standards
-

Release G
, 3GPP2, June 2009.

[
3
GPP2
-
C.S0005
]

C.S0005
-
E v1.0,
Upper Layer (Layer 3) Signaling Standard for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum Systems
, 3GPP2,
September 2009.

[
3GPP2
-
C.S0024
]

C.S0024
-
B v3.0,
cdma2000
High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification
, 3GPP2, September 2009.

[
3GPP2
-
C.S0057
]

C.S0057
-
D v1.0,
Band Class Specification for cdma2000 Spread Spectrum Sys
tems
, 3GPP2, September 2009.

[
3GPP2
-
C.S0024
-
B
]

C.S0024
-
B v3.0,
cdma2000 High Rate Packet Data Air Interface Specification
, 3GPP2, September 2009.

[
3GPP2
-
N.S0010
]

N.S0010
-
0 v1.0,
Advanced Features in Wideband Spread Spectrum Systems
, 3GPP2, January 1998.

[
3GPP2
-
S.S0132
]

S.S0132
-
0 v1.0,
Femtocell Security Framework
, 3GPP2, January 2010.

[
3GPP2
-
X.S0059
]

X.S0059
-
0 v1.0,
cdma2000 Femtocell Network
, 3GPP2, Ja
nuary 2010.

[
IEEE
-
EUI
-
64
]

IEEE
-
EUI
-
64,
GUIDELINES FOR 64
-
BIT GLOBAL IDENTIFIER (EUI
-
64) REGISTRATION AUTHORITY
, IEEE,
n/a.

[
IE
EE
-
OUI
]

IEEE
-
SA
-
FAQ
-
RA,
IEEE Registration Authority, Frequnetly Asked Questions: Registration Authority
, IEEE, 2006.

[
ITU
-
T
-
X.501
]

ITU
-
T Recommendation X.501,
Information
technology Open Systems Interconnection The Directory: Models
, ITU
-
T, 2007.

[
ITU
-
T
-
X.509
]

ITU
-
T Recommendation X.509,
Information technology Open Syste
ms Interconnection The Directory: Public
-
key
and attribute certificate frameworks
, ITU
-
T, August 2005.

[
ITU
-
X.733
]

ITU X.733,
Information technology
-

Open Systems Interconnection
-

Syste ms
Management: Alarm reporting
function
, International Telecommunication Union, February 1992.

[
RFC2396
]

RFC 2396,
Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI): Generic Syntax
, IETF, August 1998.

[
RFC3261
]

RFC 3261,
SIP: Session Initiation Protocol
, IETF, June 2002.

[
RFC3513
]

RFC 3513,
Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) Addressing Architecture
, IETF.

[
RFC4028
]

RFC 4028,
Session Timers in the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
, IETF, April 2005.

[
RFC4301
]

RFC 4301,
Security Architecture for the Internet Protocol
, I
ETF, December 2005.

[
RFC4307
]

RFC 4307,
Cryptographic Algorithms for Use in the Internet Key Exchange Version 2 (IKEv2)
, IETF, December
2005.

FAPService:1.0 Data Model

Name

Type

Wr
ite

Description

Objec
t
Defau
lt

Sp
ec

FAPServiceNumberOfEntries

unsignedInt

-

The number of entries in the FAPService table.

-

TR
-
196
a1

InternetGatewayDevice.

object

-



-

TR
-
196
a1

InternetGatewayDevice.
DeviceInfo.

object

-



-

TR
-
196
a1

SoftwareVersion

string
(64)

-

A string
identifying the software version currently installed in
the CPE.

-

TR
-
196
a1

HardwareVersion

string
(64)

-

A string identifying the particular CPE model and version

-

TR
-
196
a1

SerialNumber

string
(64)

-

Serial number of the CPE. This value MUST remain
fixed
over the lifetime of the device, including across firmware
updates.

-

TR
-
196
a1

Description

string
(256)

-

Description of the CPE device .(human readable string)

-

TR
-
196
a1

ModelName

string
(64)

-

Model name of the CPE device (human readable string)

-

TR
-
196
a1

UpTime

unsignedInt

-

Time in seconds since the CPE was last restarted.

-

TR
-
196
a1

FirstUseDate

dateTime

-

Date and time in UTC that the CPE first successfully
established a network connection.

-

TR
-
196
a1

ProductClass

string
(64)

-

Identifier

of the class of product for which the serial number
applies. That is, for a given manufacturer, this parameter is
used to identify the product or class of product over which
the SerialNumber parameter is unique.

-

TR
-
196
a1

Manufacturer

string
(64)

-

The
manufacturer of the CPE (human readable string).

-

TR
-
196
a1

ManufacturerOUI

string
(6)

-

Organizationally unique identifier of the device
manufacturer. Represented as a six hexadecimal
-
digit value
using all upper
-
case letters and including any leading
zeros.
The value MUST be a valid OUI as

defined in [IEEE
-
OUI]. This value MUST remain fixed over
the lifetime of the

device, including across firmware updates.

For cdma2000 FAPs, this attribute shall be set to the
organizationally unique identifier of the
device manufacturer
(24
-
bit OUI, e.g., used in MAC
-
48/EUI
-
48 address space).
For cdma2000 FAPs, this attributed shall be epresented as
a six hexadecimal
-
digit value using all upper
-
case letters
and including any leading zeros and the value shall be a
valid

OUI as defined in
http://standards.ieee.org/faqs/OUI.html

.

NOTE for cdma2000 devices: To encapsulate 24
-
bit OUI of
MAC
-
48 or EUI
-
48 into EUI
-
64 for FEID, the OUI is
appended with either “FFFF” (for
MAC
-
48) or “FFFE” (for
EUI
-
48) and then appended with the 24
-
bit serial number.
See [3GPP2
-
S.S0132] and [IEEE
-
EUI
-
64] for details.

-

TR
-
196
a1

InternetGatewayDevice.
-
ManagementServer.

object

-

ACS configuration. Standard TR069 Object

-

TR
-
196
a1

URL

string
(256)

W

URL for the CPE to connect to the ACS using the CPE
WAN Management Protocol.

-

TR
-
196
a1

Username

string
(256)

W

Username used to authenticate the CPE when making a
connection to the ACS using the CPE WAN Management
Protocol.

-

TR
-
196
a1

Password

string
(256)

W

Password used to authenticate the CPE when making a
connection to the ACS using the CPE WAN Management
Protocol.

-

TR
-
196
a1

PeriodicInformEnable

boolean

W

Whether or not the CPE must periodically send CPE
information to Server using the
Inform method call.

-

TR
-
196
a1

PeriodicInformInterval

unsignedInt

W

The duration in
seconds

of the interval for which the CPE
MUST attempt to connect with the ACS and call the Inform
method if PeriodicInform
-
Enable is true. The ACS should
reset this value

to 24 hrs after a successful connection
request to the FAP.

-

TR
-
196
a1

PeriodicInformTime

string

W

An absolute time reference in UTC to determine when the
CPE should initiate the Inform method calls. Each Inform
call must occur at this reference time plus or minus an
integer multiple of the PeriodicInformInterval. This should be
set to different value f
or each FAP.

-

TR
-
196
a1

ParameterKey

string
(32)

-

The value of the ParameterKey argument from the most
recent SetParameterValues, AddObject, or DeleteObject
method call from the Server. If there have been no such
calls, this value is empty.

-

TR
-
196
a1

C
onnectionRequestURL

string
(256)

W

HTTP URL, as defined in [8], for an ACS to make a
Connection Request notification to the CPE. In the form:

http://host:port/path

The host portion of the URL MAY be the IP address for
the
management interface of the CPE in lieu of a host name.

-

TR
-
196
a1

ConnectionRequestUsername

string
(256)

W

Username used to authenticate an ACS making a
Connection Request to the CPE.

-

TR
-
196
a1

ConnectionRequestPassword

string
(256)

W

Password used

to authenticate an ACS making a
Connection Request to the CPE. When read, this parameter
returns an empty string, regardless of the actual value.
When read, this parameter returns an empty string,
regardless of the actual value.

-

TR
-
196
a1

UpgradesManage
d

boolean

W

Indicates whether or not the ACS will manage upgrades for
the CPE. If
true
, the CPE SHOULD NOT use other means
other than the ACS to seek out available upgrades. If
false
,
the CPE MAY use other means for

this purpose. Note that an autonomous up
grade (reported
via an "10 AUTONOMOUS TRANSFER COMPLETE"
Inform Event code) SHOULD be regarded as a managed
upgrade if it is performed according to ACS
-
specified policy.

-

TR
-
196
a1

.

object

-



-

TR
-
196
a1

.FAPService.
{i}.

object

W

This service object
contains the 1X and HRPD Application
service Objects. Standard TR069 Object

-

TR
-
196
a1

DeviceType

string

-

The type of FAP device. Enumeration of: Standalone,
Integrated

-

TR
-
196
a1

.FAPService.
{i}.
Capabilities.

object

-

This service object contains the

1X and HRPD Application
service Objects. Standard TR069 Object

-

TR
-
196
a1

GPSEquipped

boolean

-

Indicates whether the FAP is equipped with a GPS receiver
or not.

-

TR
-
196
a1

MaxTxPower

unsignedInt

-

Indicates the maximum possible transmit power in
dBm

that
the FAP hardware can support.

-

TR
-
196
a1

SupportedSystems

string

-

Comma
-
separated list of strings. Each entry is a type of
system that the FAP supports. Each list item is an
enumeration of: UMTS, CdmaHRPD, Cdma1x.

-

TR
-
196
a1

Beacon

boolean

-

Indicates whether FAP can support beacon transmission

-

TR
-
196
a1

MaxChildSAPerIKE

unsignedInt

-

Indicates the maximum number of child SAs per IKE
session that the device is capable of supporting.

-

TR
-
196
a1

MaxIKESessions

unsignedInt

-

Indicates the
maximum number of IKE sessions the device
is capable of supporting at any given time.

-

TR
-
196
a1

.FAPService.
{i}.
Capabilities.
-
Cdma2000.

object

-



-

TR
-
196
a1

RemoteIPAccessCapable

boolean

-

Indicates whether the FAP is capable of providing remote IP
access service as defined in [3GPP2
-
X.S0059]

-

TR
-
196
a1

BandClassSupportedFAPBeacon

string
(32)

-

Comma
-
separated list. Indicates the band classes that the
FAP supports for beacon transmission. One or multiple
bands MAY be supported. Bandclass is a 1 or
2
-
digit
number as defined in [3GPP2
-
C.S0057]. List is empty if
FAP can not support beacon transmissions.

-

TR
-
196
a1

.FAPService.
{i}.
Capabilities.
-
Cdma2000.OneX.

object

-



-

TR
-
196
a1

BandClassSupportedFAP

string
(32)

-

Comma
-
separated list. Indicates the CDMA bands that the
FAP supports. At least one band MUST be supported and
multiple bands MAY be supported.

Bandclass is a 1 or 2
-
digit number as defined in [3GPP2
-
C.S0057]. The following are example values:

"0" (specifi
es US Cellular)

"1,3,14" (specifies US PCS, Japan Cellular and US PCS
1.9Ghz)

-

TR
-
196
a1

ActiveHandinCapable

boolean

-

Indicates whether the FAP is capable of accepting hand
-
in
of active 1x call from another base station

-

TR
-
196
a1

FemtoOverheadMessagesCapable

boolean

-

Indicates whether the FAP supports Access Point
Identification, Access Point Pilot Information, and Access
Point Identification Text messages specified in [3GPP2
-
C.S0005]

-

TR
-
196
a1

.FAPService.
{i}.
Capabilities.
-
Cd
ma2000.OneX.
SelfConfig.

object

-

This object contains parameters relating to the self
-
configuration capabilities of the FAP. Self
-
configuration is
enabled in
.FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.Cdma2000.OneX.SelfConfig.
.

-

TR
-
196
a1

RFCNFLConfig

boolean

-

Indicates whether the FAP supports the self
-
configuration
capability to determine the Radio Frequency Channel
Number. If
true

multiple values MAY be provided in
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.OneX.RAN.RF.RFCN
FL

for the FAP to select from. If
false

onl
y a single value
SHOULD be provided in
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.OneX.RAN.RF.RFCN
FL
.

-

TR
-
196
a1

PilotPNConfig

boolean

-

Indicates whether the FAP supports the self
-
configuration
capability to determine the pilot PN offset. If
true

multiple
values or a range of values MAY be provided in
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.OneX.RAN.RF.PilotP
N

for the FAP to select from. If
false

only a single value
SHOULD be provided in
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.OneX.RAN.RF.PilotP
N
.

-

TR
-
196
a1

MaxFAPTxPowerConfig

boolean

-

Indicates whether the FAP supports the self
-
configuration
capability to determine the Maximum FAP Transmit Power.
If
true

a range of values MAY be provided in
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.OneX.RAN.RF.MaxF
APTxP
ower

for the FAP to select from. If
false

only a single
value SHOULD be provided in
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.OneX.RAN.RF.MaxF
APTxPower
.

-

TR
-
196
a1

MaxFAPBeaconTxPowerConfig

boolean

-

Indicates whether the FAP supports the self
-
configuration
capability to determine the Maximum FAP Beacon Transmit
Power. If
true

a range of values MAY be provided in
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.Beacon.MaxFAPBea
-

TR
-
196
a1

conTxPower

for the FAP to select from.

If
false

only a single
value SHOULD be provided in
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.Beacon.MaxFAPBea
conTxPower
.

.FAPService.
{i}.
Capabilities.
-
Cdma2000.HRPD.

object

-



-

TR
-
196
a1

A13SessionTransferCapable

boolean

-

Indicates whether the
FAP is capable of supporting A13
session transfer. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0024
-
B].

-

TR
-
196
a1

A16SessionTransferCapable

boolean

-

Indicates whether the FAP is capable of supporting A16
session transfer. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0024
-
B].

-

TR
-
196
a1

LocalIPAccessCapable

boolean

-

Indicates whether the FAP is capable of supporting Local IP
access. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0024
-
B].

-

TR
-
196
a1

DedicatedHRPDBeacon

boolean

-

Indicated whether the FAP supports a dedicated
transmission of HRPD beacon independent of the
generalized beacon.

-

TR
-
196
a1

.FAPService.
{i}.
Capabilities.
-
Cdma2000.HRPD.
SelfConfig.

object

-

This object contains parameters relating to the self
-
configuration capabilities of the FAP.

-

TR
-
196
a1

RFCNFLConfig

boolean

-

Indicates whether the FAP supports the self
-
configuration
capability to determine the Radio Frequency Channel
Number. If
true

multiple values MAY be provided in
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.HRPD.RAN.RF.RFC
NFL

for the FAP to select from. If
false

onl
y a single value
SHOULD be provided in
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.HRPD.RAN.RF.RFC
NFL
.

-

TR
-
196
a1

PilotPNConfig

boolean

-

Indicates whether the FAP supports the self
-
configuration
capability to determine the pilot PN offset. If
true

multiple
values or a range of values MAY be provided in
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.HRPD.RAN.RF.Pilot
PN

for the FAP to select from. If
false

only a single value
SHOULD be provided in
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.HRPD.RAN.RF.Pilot
PN
.

-

TR
-
1
96
a1

MaxFAPTxPowerConfig

boolean

-

Indicates whether the FAP supports the self
-
configuration
capability to determine the Maximum FAP Transmit Power.
If
true

a range of values MAY be provided in
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.HRPD.RAN.RF.MaxF
APTxPower

for the FAP to select from. If
false

only a single
value SHOULD be provided in
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.HRPD.RAN.RF.MaxF
APTxPower
.

-

TR
-
196
a1

MaxFAPBeaconTxPowerConfig

boolean

-

Indicates whether the FAP supports the self
-
configuration
capability to determine the Maximum FAP Beacon Transmit
Power. If
true

a range of values MAY be provided in
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.Beacon.MaxFAPBea
conTxPower

for the FAP to select from.

If
false

only a single
value SHOULD be provided in
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.Beacon.MaxFAPBea
conTxPower
.

-

TR
-
196
a1

.FAPService.
{i}.
FAPControl.

object

-

This object contains parameters relating to state
management and provisioning aspects of
the FAP.

-

TR
-
196
a1

SelfConfigEvents

string

W

Comma
-
separated list of strings. Each item is an event that
causes the FAP to perform self configuration as defined by
.FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.UMTS.SelfConfig.?
,
.FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.Cdma2000.OneX.SelfConfig.
,
or
.FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.Cdma2000.HRPD.SelfConfig.
.
-

TR
-
196
a1

Vendors can extend the enumerated values with vendor
-
specific extensions, in which case the rules outlined in TR
-
106a2 [4] Section3.3 MUST be
adhered to. Each list item is
an enumeration of: InitialREM (Self
-
configuration is initiated
upon completion of Radio Environment Measurement
(REM) that occurs after sending a BOOTSTRAP.)

EnclosureTamperingDetected

boolean

W

EnclosureTamperingDetected

indicates whether or not
physical tampering of the device enclosure occurred, such
as illegal opening of the box. If
true

device tampering is
detected. If
false

no sign of device tampering is detected.
Tampering state must be per
sisted across reboots and the
device MUST never reset it back from
true

to
false

even
after a factory reset.

-

TR
-
196
a1

.FAPService.
{i}.
FAPControl.
-
Cdma2000.

object

-



-

TR
-
196
a1

HomeDomain

string

W

A string containing one of operator's home domains in URI
format. FAP is preconfigured with a default home domain,
which can be overwritten later by ACS. See [3GPP2
-
X.S0059]. If
InternetGatewayDevice.ManagementServer.URL

is null,
then the FAP shall use the

value of this attribute to construct
the
InternetGatewayDevice.ManagementServer.URL

attribute. If
.FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.Cdma2000.Gateway.SecGWSe
rver1

is null, then the FAP shall use the value of this
attribute to construct the
.FAPService.{i}.FAPCont
rol.Cdma2000.Gateway.SecGWSe
rver1

attribute. If the FAP is unable to connect to the
management server indicated by the value of the
InternetGatewayDevice.ManagementServer.URL

attribute
and this attribute is not null, the FAP may use the value of
this attri
bute to construct the
InternetGatewayDevice.ManagementServer.URL

attribute.
If the FAP is unable to connect to any security gateway
indicated by the value of the
.FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.Cdma2000.Gateway.SecGWSe
rver1
,
.FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.Cdma2000.
Gateway.SecGWSe
rver2
, and
.FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.Cdma2000.Gateway.SecGWSe
rver3

attributes and this attribute is not null, the FAP may
use the value of this attribute to construct the
.FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.Cdma2000.Gateway.SecGWSe
rver1

attribute.

-

TR
-
196
a1

RemoteIPAccessEnable

boolean

W

Enable or disable remote IP access service as defined in
[3GPP2
-
X.S0059].

-

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.FAPService.
{i}.
FAPControl.
-
Cdma2000.Time.

object

-

Time configuration.

-

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LocalTimeZone

string
(256)

W

The local
time zone definition. E.g., "+HH:MM JST" for
Japan. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

-

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CurrentLocalTime

string
(64)

-

The current CDMA system time (see [3GPP2
-
C.S0005]),
expressed as date and time in the CPE’s local time zone.
The format of this field is
"YYYY
-
MM
-
DDThh:mm:ss.sTZD"
(e.g., 1997
-
07
-
16T19:20:30.45+01:00),

where:



YYYY = four
-
digit year


MM = two
-
digit month
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(01=January, etc.)


DD = two
-
digit day of month
(01 through 31)


hh = two digits of hour (00
through 23) (am/pm NOT

allowed)


mm = two digits of minute
(00 through 59)


ss = two digits of second
(00 through 59)


s = one or more digits
representing a decimal fraction of
a second


TZD = time zone designator (Z
or +hh:mm or
-
hh:mm)

LeapSeconds

int
[0:255]

W

Number of leap seconds to be applied between
CurrentLocalTime and CDMA System Time. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

-

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DaylightSavingsUsed

boolean

W

Whether or not daylight savings time is in use in the CPE’s
local time zone.
true

if daylight savings time is being used;
otherwise
false
. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

-

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.FAPService.
{i}.
FAPControl.
-
Cdma2000.OneX.

object

-

This MO contains all global attributes of the 1xFemto
application.

-

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AdminState

string

W

Administrative state for 1x

Enumeration of:



lock




unlock


-

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OpState

string

-

Operational state of the 1x

Enumeration of:



enabled




disabled


-

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RFTxStatus

boolean

-

Current status of this RF transmitter.
true

indicates that the
3G Tx transmitter is on.
false

indicates that the 3G Tx
transmitter is off. This state is tied to the Administrative state
which is controlled by the ACS. When the ACS sets
AdminState to
true
, then the FAP has permission to turn on
the RF transmitter. When the ACS sets AdminState to
false
,
then the FAP is not allowed to provide service and MUST
turn off the RF transmitter.

-

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Daylight

int
[0:1]

W

If Daylight Savings Time is being used
, then
Daylight

should
be set to
true
. Otherwise,
Daylight

should be set to
false
.

-

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MaxPRev

int
[6:9]

W

Protocol revision supported by the FAP.

-

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Reregister

unsignedInt

W

Reregister

triggers a re
-
registration of all mobiles. The FAP
triggers re
-
registration of all registered mobiles everytime
this number changes

-

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EmergencySessionPeriod

unsignedInt
-
[15:1800]

W

The period (in seconds) the session of an unauthorized user
is kept alive after an emergency call.

-

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LocationAreaCode

unsignedInt
-
[0:65535]

W

This is the location area code. The range is 0
-
65535.

-

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MSCId

unsignedInt

W

This is the FAP's MSCID. This ID is used in PANI header.

-

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ActiveHandinEnable

boolean

W

Indicates whether the FAP
performs active hand
-
in from
another base station

-

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.FAPService.
{i}.
FAPControl.
-
Cdma2000.OneX.
-
ActiveHandinMeasurement.

object

-



-

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ActiveHandinMeasurementEnable

boolean

W

Indicates whether the FAP performs active hand
-
in
measurement

if a request is received

-

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ActiveHandInMeasurementDuration

unsignedInt
-
[0:65535]

W

The minimum duration in
1.25 ms slots

for which FAP
should take a mobile’s RL pilot strength measurements for
active hand
-
in purpose when directed by the network.
Instead of continuous measurement for this entire duration,
a FAP can make multiple measurements by sampling over
shorter duration
s. In such a case, this value specifies the
minimum time separation required between the first and last
measurement samples.

-

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MeasurementReportThreshold

int
[
-
150:0]

W

The threshold (in
dBm
) for the FAP to report an active hand
-
in measurement. If the metric to be reported is below the
threshold, the FAP may not send any report.The threshold
in dBm for the FAP to report an active hand
-
in
measurement. If the metric to be reported is below the
threshold, the FAP may not send any report.

-

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.FAPService.
{i}.
FAPControl.
-
Cdma2000.OneX.
SelfConfig.

object

-

This object contains parameters relating to the controlling of
self
-
configuration capabilities in the FAP.

-

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RFCNFLSelfConfigEnable

boolean

W

Indicates whether the self
-
configuration capability in the
FAP is used or not to determine the values of
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.OneX.RAN.RF.RFCN
FL
. If
true

The FAP self
-
configures the value. If
false

The
ACS mu
st provide the specific value to be used.

-

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PilotPNSelfConfigEnable

boolean

W

Indicates whether the self
-
configuration capability in the
FAP is used or not to determine the value of
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.OneX.RAN.RF.PilotP
N
. If
true

the FAP self
-
configures the value. If
false

the ACS
must provide the specific value to be used.

-

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MaxFAPTxPowerSelfConfigEnable

boolean

W

Indicates whether the self
-
configuration capability in the
FAP is used or not to determine the value of
.FA
PService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.OneX.RAN.RF.MaxF
APTxPower
. If
true

the FAP self
-
configures the value. If
false

the ACS must provide the specific value to be used.

-

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MaxFAPBeaconTxPowerSelfConfig
Enable

boolean

W

Indicates whether the self
-
configuration capability in the
FAP is used or not to determine the value of
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.Beacon.MaxFAPBea
conTxPower
. If
true

the FAP self
-
configures the value. If
false

The ACS must provide the specific va
lue to be used.

-

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.FAPService.
{i}.
FAPControl.
-
Cdma2000.HRPD.

object

-



-

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OpState

boolean

-

Current operational state of the FAP as defined in ITU
-
X.731 [32]. If
true

the FAP is currently enabled. If
false

the
FAP is currently disabled.

-

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AdminState

boolean

W

Lock or unlock the FAP. This controls the administrative
state of the FAP as defined in ITU
-
X.731 [32]. If
true

Unlocked with permission to serve traffic (and enable RF
transmitter(s)). If
false

Locked. Transition FAP to state
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where it is NOT permitted to serve traffic. RF transmitter is
disabled. Given that this command controls the FAP’s RF
transmitter, the underlying expectation is that the unlock is
done when all necessary conditions are

met to allow the
transmitter to key on and provide service, including aspects
such as: location verification (including meeting the
governing regulatory requirements) verifying the FAP
configuration if physical tampering is supported and no
physical tampe
ring is detected. The default value after
power
-
on is
false
.

RFTxStatus

boolean

-

Current status of this RF transmitter.
true

indicates that the
3G Tx transmitter is on.
false

indicates that the 3G Tx
transmitter is off. This state is tied to t
he Administrative state
which is controlled by the ACS. When the ACS sets
AdminState to
true
, then the FAP has permission to turn on
the RF transmitter. When the ACS sets AdminState to
false
,
then the FAP is not allowed to provide service and MUST
turn off

the RF transmitter.

-

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A13SessionTransferEnable

boolean

W

Indicates whether the FAP performs A13 session transfer

-

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LocalIPAccessEnable

boolean

W

Indicates whether the FAP can assign local IP address to
capable ATs

-

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-
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.FAPService.
{i}.
FAPControl.
-
Cdma2000.HRPD.
A13.

object

-

This MO contains attributes related to A13 Session Transfer

-

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ColorCodeToUATIMappingNumber
OfEntries

unsignedInt

-

{{numentries}}The number of entries for
.FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.Cdma2000.HRPD.A13.ColorCo
deToUATI104.{i}.

table.

-

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HRPDSubnetToIPv4NumberOfEntri
es

unsignedInt

-

The number of entries for
.FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.Cdma2000.HRPD.A13.HRPDS
ubnetToIP.{i}.

table.

-

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-
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.FAPService.
{i}.
FAPControl.
-
Cdma2000.HRPD.
-
A13.ColorCodeToUATI104.{i}.

object

W



-

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ColorCode

unsignedInt
-
[0:256]

W

Color Code mapped to UATI104 in the following field

0

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UATI104

hexBinary
(13)

W

The UATI104 of the AT that accesses with the
ColorCode
field

<Emp
ty>

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.FAPService.
{i}.
FAPControl.
-
Cdma2000.HRPD.
-
A13.HRPDSubnetToIP.
{i}.

object

W

This MO contains attributes related to A13 Session Transfer

-

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HRPDSubnetLength

unsignedInt
-
[1:104]

W

The number of MSBs in the
following field that is part of
HRPDSubnet

104

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HRPDSubnet

hexBinary
(13)

W

The
HRPDSubnetLength

MSBs of this field contain the
HRPD subnet that maps to the IP address in the following
field

<Emp
ty>

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A13IPAddress

string

W

[
IPAddress
] This

field contains the IP address of A13
endpoint that corresponds to the HRPD subnet

<Emp
ty>

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.FAPService.
{i}.
FAPControl.
-
Cdma2000.HRPD.
LocalIPAccess.

object

-

Local IP access support as defined in 3GPP2

-

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LocalIPAccessFilterType

unsignedInt
-
[0:3]

W

Value of ‘0’ indicates that the FAP shall allow only IP
packets with destination address matching the local IP
subnet on Local IP access interface. Value of ‘1’ indicates
that the FAP shall allow any IP packets with destination
address
matching either the local IP subnet or the subnets
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listed in Local IP egress filter parameter on Local IP access
interface. Value of ‘2’ indicates that the FAP shall allow any
IP packets with destination addresses that do not match the
Local IP egress filt
er parameter on Local IP access
interface.Value of ‘3’ indicates that the FAP shall allow any
IP packets on the local IP address interface.

LocalIPAccessFilterInUse

string

-

This parameter is set to the IPCP Vendor Specific Option
which the FAP

uses to send Local IP access packet filter on
AN
-
PPP interface.

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EgressFilterNumberOfEntries

unsignedInt

W

The number of entries for
.FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.Cdma2000.HRPD.LocalIPAcce
ss.EgressFilter.{i}.

table.

-

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-
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.FAPService.
{i}.
F
APControl.
-
Cdma2000.HRPD.
LocalIPAccess.
-
EgressFilter.
{i}.

object

W



-

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Subnet

string

W

[
IPAddress
] The IP subnet of the egress filter to be installed
to the AT. The meaning of this field depends on the
.FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.Cdma2000.HRPD.LocalIPAcce
ss.LocalIPAccessFilterType

field.

<Emp
ty>

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SubnetMask

unsignedInt
-
[0:32]

W

The length of the IP subnetmask associated with the IP
subnet in the previous field.

0

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.FAPService.
{i}.
FAPControl.
-
Cdma2000.HRPD.
SelfConfig.

object

-

This object contains parameters relating to the controlling of
self
-
configuration capabilities in the FAP.

-

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RFCNFLSelfConfigEnable

boolean

W

Indicates whether the self
-
configuration capability in
the
FAP is used or not to determine the values of
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.HRPD.RAN.RF.RFC
NFL
. If
true

The FAP self
-
configures the value. If
false

The
ACS must provide the specific value to be used.

-

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PilotPNSelfConfigEnable

boolean

W

Indicates whether the self
-
configuration capability in the
FAP is used or not to determine the value of
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.HRPD.RAN.RF.Pilot
PN
. If
true

the FAP self
-
configures the value. If
false

the
ACS must provide the specific value to
be used.

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MaxFAPTxPowerSelfConfigEnable

boolean

W

Indicates whether the self
-
configuration capability in the
FAP is used or not to determine the value of
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.HRPD.RAN.RF.MaxF
APTxPower

. If
true

the FAP self
-
configures the value. If
false

the ACS must provide the specific value to be used.

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MaxHRPDBeaconTxPowerSelfConf
igEnable

boolean

W

Indicates whether the self
-
configuration capability in the
FAP is used or not to determine the value of
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.Beacon.MaxHRPDBe
aconTxPower
. If
true

the FAP self
-
configures the value. If
false

The ACS must provide the specific v
alue to be used.

-

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.FAPService.
{i}.
FAPControl.
-
Cdma2000.AccessMgmt.

object

-

This MO contains configurable and observable attributes
related to cdma2000 Access and Admission Control of the
FAP.

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AccessMode

unsignedInt
[0,
1, 3]

W

Defines the access control mode of FAP. Allowed modes
are Open, Closed, and Signaling Association (refer to
[3GPP2
-
A.S0024]). AccessMode 2 (Hybrid) is not applicable
to cdma2000 FAPs. 0
-

Open,1
-
Closed, 2
-
Reserved, 3
-
Signaling Association.

-

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MaxTotalActiveCallsAllowed

unsignedInt
-
[1:1024]

W

Total number of active calls allowed.

-

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AccessControlList

string
(1024)

W

Comma
-
separated list (maximum length 1024) of strings
(maximum item length 15). Each entry is an IMSI.

-

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MaxMemberDetailEntries

unsignedInt

-

The maximum number of entries available in the
.FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.Cdma2000.AccessMgmt.Memb
erDetail.{i}.

table.

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MemberDetailsNumberofEntries

unsignedInt

-

The current number of entries in
.FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.Cdma2000.AccessMgmt.Memb
erDetail.{i}.
.

-

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.FAPService.
{i}.
FAPControl.
-
Cdma2000.AccessMgmt.
-
MemberDetail.
{i}.

object

W

At most one enabled entry in this table can exist with a
given value for IMSI and
HRPDIdentifierValue. The IMSI
field may be empty.

-

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Enable

boolean

W

Enables or disables the
MemberDetail

entry.

false

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IMSI

string
(15)

W

International Mobile Subscriber
Identity of the UE.

<Emp
ty>

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HRPDIdentifierType

int
[0:3]

W

Type of identifier used for the HRPD AT. 0
-
invalid 1
-
ESN 2
-
MEID 3
-
A12NAI. If IMSI in this record is valid, then this
attribute is set to 0.

0

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HRPDIdentifierValue

string
(128)

W

The value of this attribute depends on
HRPDIdentifierType
.
ESN and MEID shall be defined as Hex.

<Emp
ty>

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MembershipExpires

dateTime

W

The time that the current ACL membership expires.

<Emp
ty>

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-
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.FAPService.
{i}.
FAPControl.
-
Cdma2000.Gatew
ay.

object

-



-

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SecGWServer1

string
(64)

W

First SecGW the FAP attempts to contact. Either FQDN or
IP address

-

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SecGWServer2

string
(64)

W

Second SecGW the FAP attempts to contact. Either FQDN
or IP address

-

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SecGWServer3

string
(64)

W

Third SecGW that the FAP attempts to contact. Can contain
either FQDN or IP address

-

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SecGWSwitchoverCount

unsignedInt

-

Counter indicating how many times FAP has switched
between SEGW

-

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.FAPService.
{i}.
CellConfig.

objec
t

-



-

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.FAPService.
{i}.
CellConfig.
-
Cdma2000.

object

-



-

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.FAPService.
{i}.
CellConfig.
-
Cdma2000.OneX.

object

-



-

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.FAPService.
{i}.
CellConfig.
-
Cdma2000.OneX.
RAN.

object

-

This object contains parameters relating to
configuring the
FAP.

-

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OneXSectorNID

int
[0:65535]

W

SID for 1x. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

-

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OneXSectorSID

int
[0:32767]

W

NID for 1x . See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

-

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OneXPZID

int

W

packet Zone ID for 1x packet calls

-

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BaseID

int

W

Base station ID (needed in SPM). This is also the CellID.
See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

-

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MaxNeighborListEntries

unsignedInt

-

Maximum number of entries avaiable in
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.OneX.RAN.Neighbor
List.{i}.
.

-

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NeighborListNumberofEntries

unsignedInt

-

The current number of entries in
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.OneX.RAN.Neighbor
List.{i}.
.

-

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PcfPDSNNumberofEntries

unsignedInt

-

Number of entries in the
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.OneX.Pc
fPDSN.{i}.

table.

-

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MaxBatchPcfPDSNEntries

unsignedInt

-

Maximum number of entries in the
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.OneX.BatchPcfPDSN
.{i}.

table.

-

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BatchPcfPDSNNumberofEntries

unsignedInt

-

Number of entries in the
.FAPService.{i}.CellConfig.Cdma2000.OneX.BatchPcfPDSN
.{i}.

table.

-

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.FAPService.
{i}.
CellConfig.
-
Cdma2000.OneX.
RAN.
RF.

object

-

This object contains parameters relating to RF configuration
of the FAP.

-

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RFCNFL

string

W

Comma
-
separated list (minimum 1 items). Each item is a
pair of 2
-
digit Band class number (as defined in [3GPP2
-
C.S0057]) followed by 4
-
digit FL Radio Frequency Channel
Number (RFCN). Self
-
configuration for RFCN is controlled
by
.FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.C
dma2000.OneX.SelfConfig.RF
CNFLSelfConfigEnable
. If the FAP’s self
-
configuration
capability for RFCN is available and enabled, this parameter
MAY contain more than one item and the FAP is expected
to select one from the list for RFCNFLInUse.

If the self
-
con
figuration capability is not available or not
enabled, then this parameter SHOULD contain only a single
item.

An example value is “010001, 030500”. If multiple items are
specified, they are done in the order of preference.

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RFCNFLBandInUse

strin
g

-

The FL Band being used by the FAP. Self
-
configuration for
Band and RFCN is controlled by

.FAPService.{i}.Capabilities.Cdma2000.OneX.SelfConfig.RF
CNFLConfig

from an availability perspective and

.FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.Cdma2000.OneX.SelfConfig.RF
CNFLS
elfConfigEnable

from an enabled perspective. If the
self
-
configuration capability is available and enabled, this
parameter indicates the value selected by the FAP among
the choices provided in RFCNFL. If the self
-
configuration
capability is not available o
r not enabled, then this
parameter contains the first band class value in RFCNFL.

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RFCNFLInUse

unsignedInt

-

The FL RFCN being used by the FAP. Self
-
configuration for
RFCN is controlled by

.FAPService.{i}.Capabilities.Cdma2000.OneX.SelfConfig.RF
CNFLConfig

from an availability perspective and

.FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.Cdma2000.OneX.SelfConfig.RF
CNFLSelfConfigEnable

from an enabled perspective. If the
self
-
configuration capability is availabl
e and enabled, this
parameter indicates the value selected by the FAP among
the choices provided in RFCNFL. If the self
-
configuration
capability is not available or not enabled, then this
parameter contains the first RFCN value in RFCNFL.

-

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Pilot
PN

string

W

Comma
-
separated list. Each item is a pilot PN offset in units
-

TR
-
of
64 PN chips
. Self
-
configuration for pilot PN is controlled
by
.FAPService.{i}.Capabilities.Cdma2000.OneX.SelfConfig.Pil
otPNConfig

from an availability perspective and
.FAPService.
{i}.FAPControl.Cdma2000.OneX.SelfConfig.Pil
otPNSelfConfigEnable

from an enabled perspective.

If the FAP’s self
-
configuration capability for Pilot PN is
available and enabled, this parameter MAY contain more
than one item and the FAP is expected to select
one from
the list for PilotPNInUse. If the self
-
configuration capability is
not available or not enabled, then this parameter SHOULD
contain only a single item.

The multiplicity of the PN offset values can also be
expressed by defining a range using “..“ (
two periods)
between two values. In this case, the combination of two
values defines the lower
-
bound and upper
-
bound of the
range inclusive.

The order of the items has no significance.

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PilotPNInUse

unsignedInt
-
[0:511]

-

The Pilot PN being used by the FAP in
chips
. Self
-
configuration for Pilot PN is controlled by
.FAPService.{i}.Capabilities.Cdma2000.OneX.SelfConfig.Pil
otPNConfig

from an availability perspective and
.FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.Cdma2000.OneX.SelfConfig.Pil
ot
PNSelfConfigEnable

from an enabled perspective. If the
self
-
configuration capability is available and enabled, this
parameter indicates the value selected by the FAP among
the choices provided in PilotPN.

If the self
-
configuration capability is not availab
le or not
enabled, then this parameter contains the first value in
PilotPN.

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MaxFAPTxPower

string
(64)

W

Defines the maximum transmission power allowed on the
FAP. MaxFAPTxPower is expressed as a range of allowed
maximum power levels with “..” (
two periods)

between the upper and lower values, i.e.
“<Pmax_low>;..<Pmax_high>;”.

MaxFAPTxPower

identifies the limits between which the
FAP can self
-
configure its maximum transmit power.

Self
-
configuration for maximum transmission power is
controlled by
.FAPService.{i}.Capabilities.Cdma2000.OneX.SelfConfig.M
axFAPTxPowerConfig

from an availability perspective and
.FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.Cdma2000.OneX.SelfConfig.M
axFAPTxPowerSelfConfigEnable

from an enabled
perspective. <Pmax_low>; and <Pmax_high>; are
m
easured in dBm and have a range of
-
20.0 to 20.0
incremented by 0.1 dB.

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MaxFAPTxPowerInUse

int
[
-
200:200]

-

The maximum transmission power measured in
0.1 dBm

currently used by the FAP.

Actual values of the maximum transmission power are
-
20.0
dBm to 20.0 dBm in steps of 0.1 dB. The value of
MaxFAPTxPowerInUse

divided by 10 yields the

actual value of the maximum transmission power.

Self
-
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controlled by
.FAPService.{i}.Capabilities.Cdma2000.OneX.Self
Config.M
axFAPTxPowerConfig

from an availability perspective and
.FAPService.{i}.FAPControl.Cdma2000.OneX.SelfConfig.M
axFAPTxPowerSelfConfigEnable

from an enabled
perspective. If the self
-
configuration capability is available
and enabled, this parameter ind
icates the value selected by
the FAP among the range provided in
MaxFAPTxPower
. If
the self
-
configuration capability is not available or not
enabled, then this parameter contains a value selected by
the ACS.

PchPwrPercentage

unsignedInt
-
[1000:1000000]

W

Percentage of Max Sector Power Used By Paging Channel
(expressed in
0.001 percent
). For example, 93333 means
93.3% of the pilot power. Therefore PCH Power Percentage
is 18.6% of total sector power.

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PilotPwrPercentage

unsignedIn
t
-
[1000:1000000]

W

Percentage of Max Sector Power Used By Pilot l (expressed
in
0.001 percent
). For example, 19950 means 19.9% of
total.

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SyncPwrPercentage

unsignedInt
-
[1000:1000000]

W

Percentage of Max Sector Power Used By Sync Channell
(expressed in
0.001 percent
). For example, 23458 means
23.4% of the pilot power. Therefore Sync Power Percentage
is 4.6% of total sector power.

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.FAPService.
{i}.
CellConfig.
-
Cdma2000.OneX.
RA
N.
-
NetworkListenModeConfig.

object

-

This object contains parameters relating to Self
-

configuration of the MaxFAPTxPower of the FAP.

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RFCNFLMargin

unsignedInt

W

If self
-
configuration of RFCNFL is enabled, this value
indicates the total received

signal strength margin to be
applied to the entries in RFCNFL when the FAP decides on
the RFCNInUse in order to bias the selection of the most
preferred frequency.

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FAPCoverageTarget

string

W

Defines the target value measured in dB for the range of the
FAP’s FL coverage, in terms of RF propagation loss. This
value can be used by the FAP’s selfconfiguration algorithms
to help derive transmit power levels in the presence of co
-
channel and adjacen
t channel interference.

FAPCoverageTarget

is expressed as a range of the
minimum coverage path loss and the maximum coverage
path loss with “..” (two periods) between the minimum and
maximum values, i.e.,
“<FAPCoverageTarget_min>..<FAPCoverageTarget_max>”
.

These values can be used by the FAP’s selfconfiguration
algorithms to help derive transmit power levels in the
presence of co
-
channel and adjacent channel interference.

<FAPCoverageTarget_min> and
<FAPCoverageTarget_max> are measured in dB and have
a rang
e of [50,150] incremented by 1 dB.

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FAPBeaconCoverageTarget

string

W

Defines the target value measured in dB for the range of the
FAP’s FL Beacon coverage, in terms of RF propagation
loss. This value can be used by the FAP’s selfconfiguration
al
gorithms to help derive beacon transmit power levels.

FAPBeaconCoverageTarget

is expressed as a range of the
minimum coverage path loss and the maximum coverage
path loss with “..” (two periods)

between the minimum and maximum values, i.e.,
“<
BeaconCoverageTarget_min>..<BeaconCoverageTarget_
max>”. These values can be used by the FAP’s
selfconfiguration algorithms to help derive transmit power
levels for the beacon(s) in the presence of co
-
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adjacent channel interference.”

<BeaconCover
ageTarget_min> and
<BeaconCoverageTarget_max> are measured in dB and
have a range of [50,150] incremented by 1 dB.

MaxCoverageEdgePilotStrength

int

W

The maximum strength of the received pilot energy per chip,
Ec, to total received spectral den
sity, Io (signal and noise)
desired for FAP users at the edge of the FAP coverage
target in 0.1dB units. Actual values of the maximum
transmission power are
-
20.0 dB to 20.0 dB in steps of 0.1
dB. This value can be used by the FAP’s self configuration
algo
rithms to help prevent aggressive transmit power level
settings .

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MaxAllowablePilotStrengthDegrada
tion

int

W

The maximum amount in dB by which the strength of the
received pilot energy per chip, Ec, to total received spectral
density, Io
(signal and

noise) for alien users can be degraded in the presence of
FAP interference at the edge of FAP coverage, in
0.1 dB

units.

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RFCNFLToProtect

string

W

Comma
-
separated list of strings. Each item is a FL RFCN
corresponding to a CDMA2000 ca
rrier that is adjacent to the
RFCNFLInUse to be protected from adjacent channel
interference. If any of the items in the list are adjacent to the
FAP’s own FL channel, the FAP MUST take the
PilotStrength and total received power spectral density (Io)
measu
red on these channels into account as part of its
maximum transmit power selfconfiguration.

The RFCNs in the list can belong to any operator, allowing
for protection of the FAP operator's own macro layer as well
as that of other operators.

The list shoul
d take into account the ability of the FAP to
self
-
configure its own FL RFCN and so SHOULD include
any channels (requiring protection) which can potentially be
adjacent to the RFCN selected by the FAP.

For example, if only adjacent operator protection is
required
and the FAP has the ability to self
-
configure to any channel
owned by its operator, this list would be populated with the
RFCNs immediately above and below the range of channels
owned by the FAP operator.

If an empty string then it indicates that

there are no
channels adjacent to the FAP that require protection, or that
self
-
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FAPAllowedAdjChanCoverageHole

unsignedInt
-
[30:150]

W

Defines the maximum allowed coverage hole created on
c
arriers listed in RFCNFLToProtect by the FAP
transmission, measured in
dB

, in terms of RF propagation
loss such that the
MaxAllowablePilotStrengthDegradation

is
maintained outside the
FAPAllowedAdjChanCoverageHole

for MS on that
RFCNFLToProtect
. This valu
e can be used
by the FAP’s self configuration algorithms to help derive
transmit power levels.

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ACIR

unsignedInt

W

AdjacentChannelInterferenceRatio value in
dB

to be used
when determining the coverage hole created on adjacent
channels due to leakage.

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.FAPService.
{i}.
CellConfig.
-
Cdma2000.OneX.
RAN.
-
AccessParameters.

object

-

The object used for configuring access parameter
messages for 1x. See [3GPP
2
-
C.S0005].

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NomPwrIndb

int
[
-
7:8]

W

Nominal power correction factor used by the mobile in open
loop power adjustment. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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InitPwrIndb

int
[
-
15:16]

W

Initial power offset used by the mobile in open loop power
adjustment. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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PwrStepIndb

unsignedInt
-
[0:7]

W

Power step increment in successive access probes. See
[3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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NomPwrExt

unsignedInt
-
[0:1]

W

NomPwrExt

should be zero for BC0 and BC1. For other
band classes,
NomPwrExt

is 1 if Mobile's correction factor is
between
-
24dBm and
-
9dBm. Otherwise
NomPwrExt

is
zero. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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APMAuth

unsignedInt
-
[0:1]

W

Enabling/disabling global authentication. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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APMRandUpdatePrd

unsignedInt
-
[16:14400]

W

The period that the BSS updates the RAND value sent via
APM. Only 2 second multiples accepted.

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Initialpwr

unsignedInt
-
[0:31]

W

Initial power offset for access.
The base station shall set this
field to the correction factor to be used by mobile stations in
the open loop power estimate for the initial transmission on
an Access Channel, expressed as a two’s complement
value in units of
dB
.

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PwrStep

unsignedInt
-
[0:7]

W

Power increment. The base station shall set this field to the
value by which mobile stations are to increase their transmit
power between successive access probes in an access
probe sequence, in units of
dB
.

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NumStep

unsignedInt
-
[0:15]

W

Number of access probes. The base station shall set this
field to one less than the maximum number of access
probes mobile stations are to transmit in a single access
probe sequence.

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MaxCapSize

unsignedInt
-
[0:7]

W

Maximum A
ccess Channel message capsule size. The base
station shall set this field to the value in the range 0 to 7.
MaxCapSize

is set to three less than the maximum number
of Access Channel frames in an Access Channel message
capsule.

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PreambleSize

unsignedInt
-
[0:15]

W

Access Channel preamble length. The base station shall set
this field to one less than the number of Access Channel
frames that mobile stations are to transmit in each Access
Channel preamble.

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Psist09

unsignedInt
-
[0:63]

W

P
ersistence value for access probes sent by mobiles with
Access Overload calls values of 0
-

9. A value of 63
indicates such mobiles are not allowed to send access
probes.

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Psist10

unsignedInt
-
[0:7]

W

Persistence value for access probes sent by mobiles with
Access Overload calls values of 10 (test Mobile). A value of
7 indicates such mobiles are not allowed to send access
probes.

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Psist11

unsignedInt
-
[0:7]

W

Persistence value for access probes sent by mobiles with
Access Overload calls values of 11 (emergency Mobile). A
value of 7 indicates such mobiles are not allowed to send
access probes.

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Psist12

unsignedInt
-
[0:7]

W

Persistence value for access
probes sent by mobiles with
Access Overload calls values of 12. A value of 7 indicates
such mobiles are not allowed to send access probes.

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Psist13

unsignedInt
-
[0:7]

W

Persistence value for access probes sent by mobiles with
Access Overload
calls values of 13. A value of 7 indicates
such mobiles are not allowed to send access probes.

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Psist14

unsignedInt
-
[0:7]

W

Persistence value for access probes sent by mobiles with
Access Overload calls values of 14. A value of 7 indicates
such
mobiles are not allowed to send access probes.

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Psist15

unsignedInt
-
W

Persistence value for access probes sent by mobiles with
-

TR
-
[0:7]

Access Overload calls values of 15. A value of 7 indicates
such mobiles are not allowed to send access probes.

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MsgPsist

unsignedInt
-
[0:7]

W

Persistence modifier for access channel attempts
transmitting a message.

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RegPsist

unsignedInt
-
[0:7]

W

Persistence modifier for registration message transmission.

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ProbePnRan

unsignedInt
-
[0:9]

W

Time randomization for access channel probes.

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AccTmo

unsignedInt
-
[0:15]

W

Access transmission timeout. Two less than the time the
mobile has to wait before determining that the probe is not
received by the BSS. It is in 80 ms slot units.

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ProbeBkoff

unsignedInt
-
[0:15]

W

One less than maximum number for randomized delay
between successive access probes in
frames
.

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Bkoff

unsignedInt
-
[0:15]

W

One less than maximum number for randomized delay
between successive access seque
nces in
80 ms slots
.

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MaxReqSeq

unsignedInt
-
[0:15]

W

Maximum number of access probe sequences for an access
request.

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MaxRspSeq

unsignedInt
-
[0:15]

W

Maximum number of access probe sequences for an access
response

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.FAPService.
{i}.
CellConfig.
-
Cdma2000.OneX.
RAN.
-
SystemParameters.

object

-

The object used for configuring system parameter
messages for 1x

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RegZone

unsignedInt
-
[0:4095]

W

registration zone number (refer to Section 2.6.5.1.5 of
[3GPP2
-
C.S0005]
)

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TotalZones

unsignedInt
-
[0:7]

W

Total number of zoes the mobile shall retain for zone based
registration. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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ZoneTimer

unsignedInt
-
[0:7]

W

timer value to be used by the mobile in the zone registration
timer. Refer

to table 3.7.2.3.2.1
-
1 of the standard [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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RegPeriod

unsignedInt
-
[29:85]

W

1853.6 seconds Registration period for timer based
registration. Registration period is calculated from the
formula 2^(REG_PRD/4) × 0.08 seconds. Thus a
value of
59 corresponds to 1853.6 seconds (~ 1/2 hour). See
[3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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SrchWinA

unsignedInt
-
[0:15]

W

Search window size to be used ny the mobile for active set
and candidate set. Refer to table 2.6.6.2.1
-
1 of [3GPP2
-
C.S0005]. For example,

11 corresponds to 130 chips

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SrchWinN

unsignedInt
-
[0:15]

W

Search window size to be used by the mobile for neighbor
set. Refer to table 2.6.6.2.1
-
1 of [3GPP2
-
C.S0005]. For
example, 8 corresponds to 60 chips

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SrchWinR

unsignedInt
-
[0:15]

W

Search window size to be used by the mobile for remaining
set. Refer to table 2.6.6.2.1
-
1 of [3GPP2
-
C.S0005]. A
default value of 8 corresponds to 60 chips

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NghbrMaxAge

unsignedInt
-
[0:15]

W

neighbor set maximum age beyond which the mobil
es are
supposed to drop a neighbor. This is the count of neighbout
list updat or extended neighbor list updates a mobile shall
receive before removing a neighbor from the neighbor list.
See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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PwrRepThresh

unsignedInt
-
[0:31]

W

Power control reporting threshold. Number of nad frames a
mobile should receive before sending a PMRM message.
See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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PwrRepFrames

unsignedInt
-
[0:15]

W

Duration (in number of frames) for measuring bad frames
-

given by equation 2^
(PWR_REP_FRAMES/2) × 5 frames.
For example, 7 corresponds to 40 frames. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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PwrThreshEnable

unsignedInt
-
[0:1]

W

enable/disable power measurement report message. See
[3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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PwrPeriodEnable

unsignedInt
-
[0:1]

W

enable/disable periodic power measurement report
message. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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PwrRepDelay

unsignedInt
-
[0:32]

W

Delay (in unit of four frames) following a PMRM before the
mobile restarts counting bad frames for power control
measuremnt. See
[3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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Rescan

unsignedInt
-
[0:1]

W

If
Rescan

is set to 1, the mobiles should restart and
reinitialize the System Parameters message. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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TaddIndBx2

unsignedInt
-
[0:63]

W

Power threshold for transferring a
neighbor from neighbor
set or remaining set to active set. The fault value of 26
corresponds to
-
13 dB. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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TdropIndBx2

unsignedInt
-
[0:63]

W

Drop threshold to start a handoff timer to drop a neighbor
from active or candidate se
t. For example, 30 corresponds
to
-
15dB. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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TcompInHalfdB

unsignedInt
-
[0:15]

W

If a pilot in condidate set exceeds the power of a pilot in
active set by threshold, the mobile shall send a power
strenght measurement report mess
age. This threshold is
defined in unit of
0.5 dB
. For example, 5 corresponds to a
threshold of 2.5 dB. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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TTdrop

unsignedInt
-
[0:15]

W

Timer value for which an action is taken by the mobile for a
neighbor in candidate set or in

active set. Refer to Table
2.6.6.2.3
-
1 of the [3GPP2
-
C.S0005] for details. For
example, 3 corresponds to four seconds

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InTrafficTadd

unsignedInt
-
[0:63]

W

T
-
ADD value used for in
-
traffic system parameter message.
See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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InTrafficTdrop

unsignedInt
-
[0:63]

W

T
-
Drop value in
dB

used in in
-
traffic system parameter
message. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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InTrafficTcomp

unsignedInt
-
[0:15]

W

T_Comp value used for in
-
traffic system parameter
message. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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InTrafficTtdrop

unsignedInt
-
[0:15]

W

T_Tdrop timer value used for in
-
traffic system parameter
message. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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.FAPService.
{i}.
CellConfig.
-
Cdma2000.OneX.
RAN.
-
ExtendedSystemParameters.

object

-

The object used for
configuring extended system parameter
messages for 1x

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Prev

unsignedInt
-
[0:255]

W

protocol revision

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PMinRev

unsignedInt
-
[0:255]

W

minimum protocol revision

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DeleteForTmsi

unsignedInt
-
[0:1]

W

Delete Foreign TMSI.

The base
station shall set this field to ‘1’ to cause the mobile
station to delete its TMSI if the TMSI was assigned in a
different TMSI zone from that specified by the TMSI_ZONE
field of this message; otherwise, the base station shall set
this field to ‘0’.

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UseTmsi

unsignedInt
-
W

Use TMSI indicator.

-

TR
-
[0:1]

The base station shall set this field to the value shown next
field corresponding to the type of MSID that the mobile
station is to use on the Access Channel.

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PrefMsidType

unsignedInt
-
[0
:3]

W

Preferred Access Channel Mobile Station Identifier Type.
F294.

The base station shall set this field to the value shown as
below corresponding to the type of MSDI that the mobile
station is to use on the Access Channel.

[useTmsi] [prefMsidType]
[description]



0 00
IMSI_S and ESN


0 10
IMSI


0 11
IMSI and ESN


1 10
TMSI; IMSI


1 11

TMSI; IMSI and ESN

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Mcc

unsignedInt
-
[0:1023]

W

Mobile Country Code. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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Imsi1112

unsignedInt
-
[0:255]

W

11th and 12th digits of IMSI. See [3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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TmsiZoneLen

unsignedInt
-
[1:8]

W

TMSI zone
length.

The base station shall set this field to the number of octets
included in the TMSI_ZONE. The base station shall set this
field to a value in the range 1 to 8 inclusive.

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TmsiZone

unsignedInt
-
[0:65535]

W

TMSI zone.

The base station shall
set this field to the TMSI zone
number as specified in [3GPP2
-
N.S0010].

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BcastIndex

unsignedInt
-
[0:7]

W

Broadcast slot cycle index. To enable periodic broadcast
paging, the base station shall set this field to and unsigned
3
-
bit number in the
range 1
-
7, equal to the broadcast slot
cycle index. To disable periodic broadcast paging, the base
station shall set this field to ‘000’.

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ImsiTSupported

int
[0:1]

W

1: IMISI_T is supported, 0: IMSI_T is not supported. See
[3GPP2
-
C.S0005].

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SoftSlope

unsignedInt
-
[0:63]

W

The slope in the inequality criterion for adding a pilot to the
Active Set, or dropping a pilot from the Active Set. The base
station shall set this field as an unsigned binary number.

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AddIntercept

unsignedInt
-
[0:63]

W

The intercept in the inequality criterion for adding a pilot to
the Active Set. The base station shall set this field as a
two’s complement signed binary number, in units of
dB
.

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a1

DropIntercept

unsignedInt
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[0:63]

W

The interc
ept in the inequality criterion for dropping a pilot
from the Active Set. The base station shall set this field as a
two’s complement signed binary number, in units of
dB
.

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a1

MaxNumAltSo

unsignedInt
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[0:7]

W

Maximum number of alternative service
options. The base
station shall set this field to the maximum number of
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alternative service option numbers that the mobile station is
allowed to include in the Origination Message or the Page
Response Message.

For mobile stations with MOB_P_REVs less than
seven, the
alternative service options are those service options defined
in TSB
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58B and related to SERVICE_OPTION in
Origination Message and the Page Response Message.

For mobile stations with MOB_P_REVs equal to or greater
than seven, the alternative serv
ice options are those service
options defined in TSB
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58B without service group number
assigned and related to SERVICE_OPTION in Origination
Message and the Page Response Message.

The base station sets this field to a value greater than zero,
in addition, t
he base station shall allow the mobile station
with MOB_P_REVs equal to or greater than 7 to include

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a 4 or 8
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bit service option bitmap in the Origination
Message and the Page Response Message;

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alternative service option numbers, not limited to
MAX_ALT
_SO_NUM, in the Enhanced Origination
Message.

a1

ReselectedIncluded

unsignedInt
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[0:1]

W

System reselection parameters included.

If the base station is including system reselection
parameters, the base station shall set this field to ‘1’;
otherwise, the base station shall set this field to ‘0’.

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a1

EcThresh

unsignedInt

W

Pilot power threshold.

If RESELECTINCLUDED is set to ‘1’, the base station shall
include the field EC_THRESH and set this field to:

[ (pilot_power_threshold + 115 )

]

where pilot_power_threshold is the pilot power, Ec, in
dBm
/1.23 MHz, below which the mobile station is to perform
system reselection; otherwise, the base station shall omit
this field.

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a1

EcIoThresh

unsignedInt

W

Pilot Ec / Io threshold.

If
RESELECTINCLUDED is set to ‘1’, the base station shall
include the field EC_I0_THRESH and set this field to:

[
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20 × log10 (pilot_threshold) ]

where pilot_threshold is the pilot Ec/Io below which the
mobile station is to perform system reselection; otherw
ise,
the base station shall omit this field.

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