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Content for  TS 38.401  Word version:  17.1.1

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8.14  Self-optimisation |R16|p. 85

8.14.1  Overall procedures for MROp. 85

The following clauses describe the overall procedures for MRO involving F1.

8.14.1.1  Signalling of RLF information from gNB-CU to gNB-DUp. 86

The signalling flow for signalling of RLF information from gNB-CU to gNB-DU is shown in Figure 8.14.1.1-1, where the example where NG-RAN nodes exchange the RLF Report via the Xn: FAILURE INDICATION message has been considered.
Reproduction of 3GPP TS 38.401, Fig. 8.14.1.1-1: Example of signalling of RLF information from gNB-CU to gNB-DU in NG RAN
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Step 1.
A UE with a logged RLF Report connects to a cell in gNB2 and it signals the RLF Report to gNB2 by means of the RRC UE Information Request/Response procedures.
Step 2.
The gNB2 sends an Xn: Failure Indication to gNB1-CU where the UE may have previously been connected prior to the connection failure. This includes also the RLF Report.
Step 3.
The gNB1-CU sends the F1: Access and Mobility Indication message to the gNB1-DU, including the RLF Report.
It is also possible for the gNB-CU receiving the RLF Report from the UE to signal it directly to the gNB-DU by means of the F1: Access and Mobility Indication procedure.
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8.14.1.2  Signalling of RACH information from gNB-CU to gNB-DU |R17|p. 86

The signalling flow for signalling of RACH information from gNB-CU to gNB-DU is shown in Figure 8.14.1.2-1, where the example where NG-RAN nodes exchange the RACH Report via the Xn: ACCESS AND MOBILITY INDICATION message has been considered.
Reproduction of 3GPP TS 38.401, Fig. 8.14.1.2-1: Example of signalling of RACH information from gNB-CU to gNB-DU in NG-RAN
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Step 1.
A UE with a RACH Report concerning cells of gNB1 connects to a cell in gNB2 and it signals the RACH Report to gNB2 by means of the RRC UE Information Request/Response procedures.
Step 2.
GNB2 sends an Xn: Access and Mobility Indication message to gNB1-CU where the UE may have previously been connected. This includes also the RACH Report.
Step 3.
GNB1-CU sends the F1: Access and Mobility Indication message to the gNB1-DU, including the RACH Report.
It is also possible for the gNB-CU receiving the RACH Report from the UE to signal it directly to the gNB-DU by means of the F1: Access and Mobility Indication procedure.
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