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Random Access Channel (RACH): uplink channel that delivers the users requests for a new connection. This channel is shared among all the users located in the cell; hence, an appropriate contention control mechanism is needed. Forward Access Channel (FACH): downlink channel that delivers control information to a mobile user. The control information is mainly related to the RUs assigned (by the scheduler in the base station) to that user for data transmission. As it is clear from the channel description, only the SCH channel must have a fixed position inside the frame. For the purposes of our discussion on TD-CDMA, we will assume that signaling channels will have a fixed position inside the matrix corresponding to the first and last two slots of each frame (see Figure 7.14). The assignment of the remaining RUs to transmit the user traffic is managed by the scheduling algorithm that is implemented in the base station. In the following, we will consider two traffic classes: voice and Internet data. The former requires a connection-oriented service with low delay (20 msec) and low bit error rate (BER) requirements (10E-3). Internet data is well delivered by a connectionless service with no stringent delay requirements. Each time a new voice connection must be activated, the voice terminal issues a request to the base station using the shared RACH channel. Once the request is received by the base station and the UMTS network has accepted the new connection, the resources allocated to the new connection on the UTRA-TDD access channel remain reserved until the connection is closed. On the other hand, the Internet traffic is highly bursty and to manage the channel in an efficient way, resources must be assigned to an Internet user only when it has data to transmit. Several allocation policies can be adopted for Internet traffic. In the following, we follow the approach proposed in [6]. According to this approach, RUs are allocated to the Internet traffic on a frame-by-frame basis. In each frame, RUs not reserved for voice traffic are fairly assigned to active data users (users with data waiting to be transmitted), i.e., each active user receives the same number of RUs. Therefore, Internet users access the RACH to request RU allocation only at the beginning of each busy period of their trans-
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