1 GSM Channels Physical & Logical Channels Traffic and Control Mutltiframing Frame Structure Engr. Mian Shahzad Iqbal Lecturer Department of Telecommunication Engineering
2 Radio Interface The radio interface is the general name of the connection between the mobile (MS) and the base transceiver station (BTS). It utilizes the TDMA concept with one TDMAframe per carrier frequency. Each frame consists of eight time slots (TS). The direction from BTS to MS is defined as the downlink and the opposite direction as the uplink.
3 Physical channels When an MS and a BTS communicate, they do so on a specific pair of radio frequency (RF) carriers, one for the up-link and the other for the down-link transmissions, and within a given time slot. This combination of time slot and carrier frequency forms what is termed a physical channel. One RF channel will support eight physical channels in time slots zero through seven.
4 Logical Channels The data, whether user traffic or signaling information, are mapped onto the physical channels by defining a number of logical channels. A logical channel will carry information of a specific type and a number of these channels may be combined before being mapped onto the same physical channel. For example speech is sent on the logical channel Traffic channel which during the transmission is allocated a certain physical channel, say TS 6 on carrier 0. The logical channels are divided into two groups; control channels and traffic channels.
5 From Physical Channel to Logical Time Slot LOGICAL TDMA Frame LOGICAL Logical CHANNELS = ms channels SCH FCCH multiplexing TCH TCH SCH FACCH FACCH SACCH SACCH SDCCH SDCCH CBCH CBCH AGCH AGCH PCH TS = 577 μs BCCH PCH BCCH RACH RACH MESSAGE TYPE different message types Physical Channel = Logical Channel Logical Channel different logical channels
6 LOGICAL CHANNELS TRAFFIC SIGNALLING FULL RATE HALF RATE (TCH/F) (TCH/H) 22.8 Kb/S 11.4 Kb/S BROADCAST COMMON CONTROL DEDICATED CONTROL FCCH SCH BCCH PCH RACH AGCH FCCH -- FREQUENCY CORRECTION CHANNEL SCH -- SYNCHRONISATION CHANNEL BCCH -- BROADCAST CONTROL CHANNEL PCH -- PAGING CHANNEL RACH -- RANDOM ACCESS CHANNEL SDCCH SACCH FACCH AGCH -- ACCESS GRANTED CHANNEL SDCCH -- STAND ALONE DEDICATED CONTROL CHANNEL DOWN LINK ONLY SACCH -- SLOW ASSOCIATED CONTROL CHANNEL BOTH UP & UPLINK ONLY DOWNLINKS FACCH -- FAST ASSOCIATED CONTROL CHANNEL
7 Channel Types Traffic channels (TCHs) The traffic channels are intended to carry encoded speech or user data. Control Channels (CCHs) The control channels are intended to carry signaling and Synchronization data between the base station and the Mobile station. Logical are used by the system and the MS for different purposes
8 Traffic Channels Traffic channels are intended to carry encoded speech and user data. -Full rate traffic channels at a net bit rate of 22.8 Kb/s (TCH/F) -Half rate traffic channels at a net bit rate of 11.4 Kb/s (TCH/H) Speech Channels Speech channels are defined for both full rate and half rate traffic channels. Data Channels Data channels support a variety of data rates (2.4, 4.8 and 9.6 Kb/s) on both half and full rate traffic channels. The 9.6 Kb/s data rate is only for full rate application
9 Control Channels Control channels carry signaling information between an MS and a BTS. There are several forms of control channels in GSM, and they can generally be divided into three categories according to the manner in which they are supported on the radio interface and the type of signaling information they carry. 1. Broadcast control channel 2. Common control channel 3. Dedicated control channel
10 Broadcast control channels Broadcast control channels are transmitted in downlink direction only i.e. only transmitted by BTS. The broadcast channels are used to broadcast synchronization and general network information to all the MSs within a cell. Such as Location Area Identity (LAI) and maximum output power. It has three types 1. FCCH FREQUENCY CORRECTION CHANNEL 2. SCH SYNCHRONISATION CHANNEL 3 BCCH BROADCAST CONTROL CHANNEL
11 FCCH Frequency Correction Channel (FCCH) - Used for the frequency correction / synchronization of a mobile station. - The repeated (every 10 sec) transmission of Freq Bursts is called FCCH. This serves two purposes; one is to make sure this is the BCCH-carrier, the other is to allow the MS to synchronize to the frequency. FCCH is transmitted on the downlink, point-to-multipoint. - Frequency Correction Burst
12 SCH - Synchronization Channel (SCH) - Allows the mobile station to synchronize time wise with the BTS. - Repeated broadcast (every 10 frames) of Synchronization Bursts is called (SCH) - The MS receives the TDMA frame number and also the Base Station Identity Code,BSIC, of the chosen base station. BSIC can only be decoded if the base station belongs to the GSM network. SCH is transmitted on the downlink, point to multipoint. - Synchronization Burst
13 BCCH The broadcast control channel(bcch) is used to broadcast control information to every MS within a cell. This information includes details of the control channel configuration used at the BTS, a list of the BCCH carrier frequencies used at the neighboring BTSs and a number of parameters that are used by the MS when accessing the BTS. Use normal burst. Broadcast Control channel, BCCH include the Location Area Identity (LAI), maximum output power allowed in the cell and the BCCH-carriers for the neighboring cells, on which the MS will perform measurements. BCCH is transmitted On the downlink, point-to-multipoint.
14 BCCH (Contd) Now the MS is tuned to a base station and synchronized with the frame structure in this cell. The base stations are not synchronized to each other, so every time the MS decides to camp on another cell, its FCCH, SCH and BCCH have to be read.
15 Common Control Channels The common control channels are used by an MS during the paging and access procedures. Common control channels are of three types. 1. PCH PAGING CHANNEL 2. RACH RANDOM ACCESS CHANNEL 3. AGCH ACCESS GRANTED CHANNEL
16 PCH Within certain time intervals the MS will listen to the Paging channel, PCH, to see if the network wants to get in contact with the MS. The reason could be an incoming call or an incoming Short Message. The information on PCH is a paging message, including the MS s identity number (IMSI) or a temporary number (TMSI). PCH is transmitted on the downlink, point-to-point. Use normal burst.
17 RACH If listening to the PCH, the MS will realize it is being paged. The MS answers, requesting a signalling channel, on the Random Access channel, RACH. RACH can also be used if the MS wants to get in contact with the network, e.g. when setting up a mobile originated call. RACH is transmitted on the uplink, pointto-point. It is termed random because there is no mechanism to ensure that no more than one MS transmits in each RACH time slot and there is a finite probability that two mobiles could attempt to access the same RACH at the same time. Use Access Burst.
18 AGCH The access grant channel (AGCH) is carried data which instructs the mobile to operate in a particular physical channel (Time slot or ARFCN). The AGCH is used by the network to grant, or deny, an MS access to the network by supplying it with details of a dedicated channel, i.e. TCH or SDCCH, to be used for subsequent communications. The AGCH is a down-link only channel. Use normal burst.
19 Dedicated Control Channels Signaling information is carried between an MS and a BTS using associated and dedicated control channels during or not during a call, They are of three types. 1. SACCH SLOW ASSOCIATED CONTROL CHANNEL 2. FACCH FAST ASSOCIATED CONTROL CHANNEL 3. SDCCH STAND ALONE DEDICATED CONTROL CHANNEL
20 SACCH Non-urgent information, e.g. transmitter power control, is transmitted using the slow associated control channel (SACCH). On the uplink MS sends averaged measurements on own base station (signal strength and quality) and neighboring base stations (signal strength). On the downlink the MS receives system information, which transmitting power and what timing advance to use. It is transmitted at 13 th Frame of TCH. As seen, SACCH is transmitted on both up- and downlink, point-to-point. This channel is always present when a dedicated link is active between the MS and BTS, and it occupies one timeslot in every 26. SACCH messages may be sent once every 480ms, i.e. approximately every 2 s. Use normal burst.
21 FACCH More urgent information, e.g. a handover command, is sent using time slots that are stolen from the traffic channel. If, suddenly, during the conversation a handover must be performed the Fast Associated Control channel, FACCH, is used. FACCH works in stealing mode, meaning that one 20 ms segment of speech is exchanged for signalling information necessary for the handover. The subscriber will not recognize this interruption in speech since the speech coder will repeat the previous speech block. This channel is known as the fast associated control channel (FACCH) because of its ability to transfer information between the BTS and MS more quickly than the SACCH. a complete FACCH message may be sent once in every 20 ms. Use normal burst.
22 SDCCH In some situations, signaling information must flow between a network and an MS when a call is not in progress, e.g. during a location update. This could be accommodated by allocating either a fullrate or half-rate TCH and by using either the SACCH or FACCH to carry the information. This would, however, be a waste of the limited radio resources. So a low data rate channel about 1/8 of TCH/F is defined. Also used in call setup process. The channel is termed stand-alone because it may exist independently of any TCH. - SDCCH is transmitted on both up- and downlink, point-to-point. -The MS is on the SDCCH informed about which physical channel (frequency and time slot) to use for traffic (TCH). Use normal burst.
23 Channel Mapping 1. When the MS is turned on it will listen to the FCCH in order to syn to the carrier frequency 2. Then the MS listen to the SCH to get info on the TDMA frame structure 3. The MS will then listen to the BCCH to get info such as location area, Max allowed O/P power & neighboring cells 4. The MS will periodically listen to the PCH to determine if someone is trying to call it. 5. If the MS hears a page it will use the RACH to ask for access to the system in order to respond to the incoming call
24 Channel Mapping 6. The sys will give access using the AGCH 7. The sys uses the AGCH to tell the MS which SDCCH to use for complete the Call Setup. 8. When the MS gets the SDCCH, it also gets a SACCH. Which the system uses to regulates the O/P power of the MS & gives it timing advance info. 9. The MS is given a TCH to use by the SDCCH. The MS tunes to it during the call. 10. During a call if a handover is required to a neighboring cell, the FACCH will be used to exchange the necessary info.
25 GSM Uses Paired Radio Channels Case of GSM 900 Uplink Downlink BTS 890 MHz Frequency 915 MHz 935 MHz Frequency 960 MHz 0 channel # channel # 124 Example: Channel 48 Duplex spacing = 45 MHz Frequency band spectrum = 2 x 25 MHz Channel spacing = 200 khz
26 GSM FDM
27 GSM delays uplink TDMA frames The start of the uplink TDMA is delayed of three time slots TDMA frame (4.615 ms) Downlink TDMA F1MHz R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 T7 T8 Uplink TDMA Frame F1 + 45MHz R T R T Fixed transmit Delay of three time-slots
28 GSM - TDMA/FDMA MHz 124 channels (200 khz) downlink GSM TDMA frame MHz 124 channels (200 khz) uplink higher GSM frame structures time Data rate =2X57 bits every 4.615ms: 24.7kbps ms guard space GSM time-slot (normal burst) tail user data S Training S user data tail 3 bits 57 bits 1 26 bits 1 57 bits 3 guard space µs bits 577 µs
29 GSM Frame Structure Superframe 6.12 sec 120 msec msec Multiframe 26 Frames 8 Multiframe Coded data Midamble msec bits Tail bit Stealing Flag Guard period
30 Frame Types There There are two types of multiframe 26 TDMA-frame multiframe is used to carry TCH, SACCH and FACCH 51 TDMA-frame multiframe is used to carry BCCH, CCH, SDCCH and SACCH
31 HIERARCHY OF FRAMES 1 HYPER FRAME = 2048 SUPERFRAMES = TDMA FRAMES ( 3 H 28 MIN 53 S 760 MS ) TRAFFIC CHANNELS 1 SUPER FRAME = 1326 TDMA FRAMES ( 6.12 S ) 1 SUPER FRAME = 51 MULTI FRAMES LEFT (OR) RIGHT SIGNALLING CHANNELS 1 SUPER FRAME = 26 MULTI FRAMES MULTIFRAME = 26 TDMA FRAMES ( 120 ms ) MULTI FRAME = 51 TDMA FRAMES (235.4 ms ) (4.615ms) TDMA FRAME NO TIME SLOT = BITS ( ms) (4.615 ms) bit =36.9 micro sec
32 Traffic and Control Multi-Framing Traffic channel Frame ms Control channel TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS TS traffic frames = 120 ms 51 control frame = ms x 26 traffic frames = 6.12 s Super frames 26 x 51 control frames = 6.12 s Hyperframe = 2,715,648 frames= 3h 28 min. 53 s 760 ms
33 Location update from the mobile Mobile looks for BCCH after switching on RACH send channel request AGCH receive SDCCH SDCCH request for location updating SDCCH authenticate SDCCH authenticate response SDCCH switch to cipher mode SDCCH cipher mode acknowledge SDCCH allocate TMSI SDCCH acknowledge new TMSI SDCCH switch idle update mode Temporary mobile subscriber identity
34 Call establishment from a mobile Mobile looks for BCCH after switching on RACH send channel request AGCH receive SDCCH SDCCH send call establishment request SDCCH do the authentication and TMSI allocation SDCCH send the setup message and desired number SDCCH require traffic channel assignment FACCH switch to traffic channel and send ack (steal bits) FACCH receive alert signal ringing sound FACCH receive connect message FACCH acknowledge connect message and use TCH TCH conversation continues
35 Call establishment to a mobile Mobile looks for BCCH after switching on Mobile receives paging message on PCH Generate Channel Request on RACH Receive signaling channel SDCCH on AGCH Answer paging message on SDCCH Receive authentication request on SDCCH Authenticate on SDCCH Receive setup message on SDCCH Receive traffic channel assignment on SDCCH FACCH switch to traffic channel and send ack (steal bits) Receive alert signal and generate ringing on FACCH Receive connect message on FACCH FACCH acknowledge connect message and switch to TCH
37 Traffic Channels Combination Logical Channel Mapping (1/4) TCH/SACCH One Full Rate Channel- Downlink & Uplink 26 frames = 120 ms 26 frames Multi frame T T T T T T T T T T T T T A time Two Half Rate Channel- Downlink & Uplink 26 frames = 120 ms T0 T 1 T0 T 1 T0 T 1 T0 T 1 T0 T 1 T0 T 1 A0 T 1 T0 T 1 T0 T 1 T0 T 1 T0 T 1 T0 T 1 T0 A1 time : SACCH T : TCH A : SACCH sub-channel n Ti : TCHsub-channel n Ai i i : IDLE
38 Physical Chs and Logical Chs Common Channels Combination Multiframe m Multiframe Multiframe m-1 51 frames = ms m+1 C FS B C FS C C FS C C FS C C FS C C FS B Frames repeat continuously BCCHs+CCCHs (B4 combination) time PCH/AGCH BTS Physical Channel MS SCH BCCH ARFCN (n) TS (s) FCCH Absolute radio frequency channel number Logical Channels F : FCCH S : SCH B C : BCCH : PCH/AGCH : IDLE
40 Common Channels Combination Logical Channel Mapping (3/4) BCCH/CCCH Downlink 51 frames = 235 ms FS B C F S C C FS C C F S C C F S C C time Uplink 51 frames = 235 ms BCCHs+CCCHs (B4 combination) R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R time : AGCH F : FCCH S : SCH B : BCCH C R : RACH : IDLE /PCH
41 BCCH Combined Logical Channel Mapping (4/4) Downlink BCCHs+CCCHs+SDCCH+SACCH (B5 combination) 51 frames = 235 ms FS B C FS C C FS FS FS D0 D1 D2 D3 A0 A1 FS B C FS C C FS FS FS D0 D1 D2 D3 A2 A3 Uplink 51 frames = 235 ms R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R D2 D3 A2 A3 D0 D1 time R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R D3 A0 A1 D0 D1 D2 time : AGCH F : FCCH S : SCH B : BCCH C R : RACH A : SACCH D : SDCCH : IDLE /PCH
42 Burst and Frames The information contained in one time slot on the TDMA frame is call a burst. Five Five types of burst Normal Burst (NB) Frequency Correction Burst (FB) Synchronization Burst (SB) Access Burst (AB) Dummy Burst
43 Normal Burst - It is used to transmit both information and control bits - T trail bits are used as guard time in achieving power level. - Training is used to estimate channel characteristics. - SF stealing flags tells whether data or signalling is being transmitted. Normally for FACCH T Data SF Training SF Data T GP
44 Access Burst used to send the Random Access Channel (RACH) information - RACH contains the first message from MS to BTS - it has a long guard period to allow BTS to calculate the MS distance from the BTS and to provide timing advance information to MS Training Tail Sequence Data Tail Guard Period 8 bits 41 synch bits 36 encrypted bits 3 bits bits bits (0.577 ms)
45 Frequency Correction Burst used just to transmit Frequency Correction Channel (FCCH) 142 bits are set to 0 in the known time slots. Frequency Correction Burst (FCCH) Guard Tail Data Tail Period 3 bits 142 fixed bits (0) 3 bits 8.25 bits bits (0.577 ms)
46 Synchronization Burst used to transmit synchronization information the training sequence includes a well known sequence of bits Also contains the running number of TDMA frame. Synchronization Burst (SCH) Guard Tail Data Extended Training Sequence Data Tail Period 3 bits 39 encrypted bits 64 synchronization bits 39 bits 3 bits 8.25 bits bits (0.577 ms)
47 Dummy Burst It is transmitted when no other bursts are to be transmitted Uses same frequency channel which is used for BCCH to ensure if BCCH transmits burst in each time slot Quality monitoring Guard Tail Dummy Sequence Training Sequence Dummy SequenceTail Period 3 bits 58 mixed bits 28 midamble bits 58 mixed bits 3 bits 8.25 bits bits (0.577 ms)
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