The system and method for defining messages of communication networks in a formal notation called Transfer Syntax Notation One (“TSN.1”) and compiling TSN.1 message definitions into a software message parser using a TSN.1 compiler are provided. The parser is designed to speed up the development of wireless communication software. It translates messages between the implementation specific, programming language and platform dependent representations and the standard defined, programming language and platform independent representations. The messages described using the TSN.1 notation can be communicated to wireless device protocol stacks over a variety of networks, which utilize a number of protocols and implement OSI 7 Layers Protocol Model, including such layers as Transport, Network, and Data Link. The message parser generated by the TSN.1 Compiler can be easily incorporated into a user application, and can run on many popular software development platforms, such as Microsoft Windows, Linux, SUN Solaris, and other Unix systems.
Method And System Architecture For A Self Organizing Network
Fei Frank Zhou - Milpitas CA, US Hanson On - Escondido CA, US Zaijin Guan - San Diego CA, US
A method and system architecture for a self-organizing network (SON) includes a first cell having a first user equipment classifier for determining one of cell edge and cell central. The SON also includes a second cell having a second user equipment classifier for determining one of cell edge and cell central. The system architecture and method provide a first transmit time interval (TTI) schema for user equipment within the area of coverage associated with the first cell and a TTI schema for user equipment within the area of coverage associated with the second cell, the second TTI schema differing from the first TTI schema. The user equipment is classified as cell centre or cell edge in dependence upon at least one of QoS requirement, geometry, periodic PSMM and CQI reports. The TTI schemas are used for “cell edge” user equipment by the respective cells.