Advantages of Networks in .NET

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The rationale for introducing the PMM-IDLE state is that for an idling UE mobility support can be more relaxed. There are no ongoing communication sessions, thus handover is reduced to the UE and network knowing how to contact each other if need be. The UE thus updates the network about its location with the accuracy of a Routing Area instead of with cell or URA accuracy, thereby saving air interface bandwidth and processing resources. Of course, when the network receives a packet for the UE it must broadcast a paging request into the entire Routing Area. We therefore see that there is a trade-off when designing the Routing Areas: The bigger a Routing Area, the less frequently must the UE update its Routing Area with the network, but also the bigger the area that must be covered by paging broadcasts. Next, we cover the two mobility procedures that are important in PMM-IDLE state: updating the Routing Area and paging. 12.2.1.1 Routing Area Updates In PMM-IDLE state only the UE s Routing Area is known to the SGSN. The UE does not have a RRC Connection, it may, however, have a PDP Context and IP address. It sleeps and listens only to broadcast channels. One of the broadcast channels is the BCCH on which the local Routing Area Identi er (RAI) is announced. From the perspective of the UE we can distinguish two cases. Either the RAI is the same as in the last broadcast, or the RAI changes because the UE moved out of the Routing Area. If the RAI does not change, the UE must still send a keep-alive signal to the SGSN regularly in the form of a Routing Area Update message. With this message it informs the SGSN that it still resides in the same Routing Area. If the SGSN does not receive a Routing Area Update, it moves the UE into PMM-DETACHED state unilaterally. This soft-state mechanism protects the network from lost UEs and state over ow (cf. 11, Section 11.7). If the RAI changes, the UE also performs a Routing Area Update, albeit a more interesting one. As discussed in 11, Section 11.5.2, a SGSN controls one or more Routing Areas. A change of Routing Area may thus entail a change of SGSN, as illustrated in Figure 12.2. In this case, the new SGSN pulls information from the old SGSN, which it uses to authenticate the UE. This is an example of the context transfer between old access and new access mentioned earlier. Subsequently, the new SGSN informs the HLR that it is now responsible for the UE. If the UE has active PDP Contexts the procedure becomes slightly extended (not shown in Figure 12.2). The information pulled from the old SGSN then also includes the active PDP Contexts. Based on this information the new SGSN prompts the affected GGSNs to update
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