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    Difference between URA_PCH and CELL_PCH ?

    Difference between URA_PCH and CELL_PCH ?

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    Hi dear,

    In Cell-PCH , the UE‘s current cell is known to the RNC. If the RNC wants to exchange data with the UE, it only needs to page the UE there. If the UE changes the cell, it must perform a cell update. Also periodical cell updates can be requested by UTRAN. To perform updates, the UE must change to the CELL_FACH sub-state.

    Now, If the UE is in the CELL_PCH and moving fast, a lot of cell updates have to be performed. URAs are a combination of one or several cells under one C-RNC. URAs may overlap, i.e. a cell may belong to several URAs. If UTRAN wants to transmit something to the UE, it must page the UE within the URA. The UE is responsible for URA updates – when it changes the URA – and periodic URA updates – when required by UTRAN.

    So in this way UTRAN doesn't need to keep cell level information on an UE.

    You may also visit below post for more information.....

    What is URA and URA_PCH state?


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    In the other hand you must know the reason of these nes states :

    The RNC and core capacity is changeling with signaling storm risks which is caused by the quickly growing smart phones in 3G network. When the application is in use, sometimes the user is doing
    nothing at all. (For example, waiting for message coming when using MSN).
    During the time described as above, UE will send “Heart Beat” message to inform the AP server that the application is still on.
    To solve this risk, 3G RAN part can enable Cell-PCH to reduce the signaling load and meanwhile, reduce the SPU and GOU board load.


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