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OwnerThorsten Heinze 


Adding the following attributes to the TypeDefinitions::StructurePerformanceType data type:









Amending the TR-532 document with a chapter 6.7 Aggregated Performance Values with the following content: "

The performance data attributes (TypeDefinitions::StructurePerformanceType) of the PureEthernetStructure and the HybridMwStructure have to be filled depending on the link's configuration and according to the following rules:

1+0: es, ses, cses, unavailability, rxLevelMin, rxLevelMax and rxLevelAvg have to represent the same values as in TypeDefinitions::AirInterfacePerformanceType.

1+1: es, ses, cses, unavailability, rxLevelMin, rxLevelMax and rxLevelAvg have to represent the values of the combined signals.

Diversity: es, ses, cses and unavailability have to represent the values of the combined signals. rxLevelMin, rxLevelMax and rxLevelAvg have to be left on their default values.



DescriptionIn case of 1+1 HSB radio configuration (2 MW_AirInterface-Pac instances and 1 MW_PureEthernetStructure_Pac instance) the Performance Data (Current and Historical) of the selected radio frames received (the only signal resulting of the 2 air-interfaces after the selection function) are not reported on the current ONF TR-532 1.0 model.

The AirInterfaceCurrentPerformance class of each MW_AirInterface-Pac instance reports the counters related to the radio frames received on own receiver calculated before the selection process.

The request is to report on PureEthernetStructureCurrentPerformance and PureEthernetStructureHistoryPerformance of the MW_PureEthernetStructure_Pac instance (on 1+1 HSB configuration) the counters needed adding on StructureCurrentPerformanceType definition type the following attributes:
o es
o ses
o cses
o Unavailability
o txLevelMin
o txLevelMax
o txLevelAvg
o rxLevelMin
o rxLevelMax
o rxLevelAvg

1 Comment

  1. Shall we generalize to 1+n?