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TR 43.801RAN6
Solutions for
Voice services over Adaptive Multi-user channels on One Slot (VAMOS)

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Rapporteur:  Mr. Luo, Chao

VAMOS has been specified as a Rel-9 feature and was expected to theoretically double the voice capacity of GERAN per BTS transceiver. Capacity gains of VAMOS have however been seen from system level simulations to vary significantly depending on the frequency load of the network. In networks with relatively high frequency load the possible system capacity increase brought by VAMOS could thus result in degraded call quality.
Call quality in the network may rely upon factors which were not modelled/covered in the MUROS study, such as radio resource management and interference coordination/mitigation mechanisms. Hence it is desirable to explore standardization ways in these and/or other possible areas to optimize the call quality of VAMOS networks.
The present document contains the results from the 3GPP study item on VAMOS Enhancements. This includes study of the following aspects:
  • Objectives of the study.
  • Common assumptions for the evaluation of candidate techniques.
  • Candidate techniques including those that utilize network synchronization, and further those that use inter-cell interference coordination/mitigation and inter-cell channel state sharing in and between BSS. A candidate technique will support frequency hopping.
  • Evaluations of candidate techniques based on the objectives.
VAMOS enhancements will also investigate a new logical interface between BSSs in A/Gb mode which applies to control plane only and can be utilised by VAMOS enhancement solutions, since no logical interface between BSSs in A/Gb mode exists in current specifications.

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1  ScopeWord-p. 6
2  References
3  Definitions and abbreviationsWord-p. 7
4  Objectives
5  Common Assumptions for Candidate Evaluation
6  Candidate Solutions
7  Link Level StudiesUp
8  System Level StudiesWord-p. 20
9  ConclusionWord-p. 26
A  Change historyWord-p. 27

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