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authorVadim Yanitskiy <axilirator@gmail.com>2019-07-07 19:58:48 +0700
committerlaforge <laforge@gnumonks.org>2019-07-21 13:51:57 +0000
commit9649a42d5a3c24a21c14bb9f54e7c34a398da7b1 (patch)
tree66363546279249833a49769a609a7989a4e9358f /src/osmo-bts-sysmo/l1_if.c
parentdb6c7863506ea3685d73df26c45723073ee1f109 (diff)
Clarify and refactor link quality (C/I) handling
The radio link quality is defined by C/I (Carrier-to-Interference ratio), which is computed from the training sequence of each received burst, by comparing the "ideal" training sequence with the actual (received) one. Link quality measurements are used by L1SAP to filter out "ghost" Access Bursts, and by the link quality adaptation algorithms. One can define minimum link quality values using the VTY interface. On the VTY interface we expect integer C/I values in centiBels (cB, 10e-2 B), while the internal structures are using float values in deciBels (dB, 10e-1 B). Some PHYs (sysmo, octphy, oc2g, and litecell15) expose C/I measurements in deciBels, while on the L1SAP interface we finally send then in centiBels. Let's avoid this confusion and stick to a single format, that will be used by the internal logic of OsmoBTS - integer values (int16_t) in centiBels. This will give us the range of: -32768 .. 32767 centiBels, or -3276.8 .. 3276.7 deciBels, which is certainly sufficient. Change-Id: If624d6fdc0270e6813af8700d95f1345903c8a01
Diffstat (limited to 'src/osmo-bts-sysmo/l1_if.c')
1 files changed, 1 insertions, 1 deletions
diff --git a/src/osmo-bts-sysmo/l1_if.c b/src/osmo-bts-sysmo/l1_if.c
index c431e49e..58fc24ef 100644
--- a/src/osmo-bts-sysmo/l1_if.c
+++ b/src/osmo-bts-sysmo/l1_if.c
@@ -998,7 +998,7 @@ static int handle_ph_ra_ind(struct femtol1_hdl *fl1, GsmL1_PhRaInd_t *ra_ind,
struct ph_rach_ind_param rach_ind_param;
/* FIXME: this should be deprecated/obsoleted as it bypasses rach.busy counting */
- if (ra_ind->measParam.fLinkQuality < bts->min_qual_rach) {
+ if (ra_ind->measParam.fLinkQuality * 10 < bts->min_qual_rach) {
return 0;