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The use of the IP/MPLS control plane for failure detection in MPLS enables much faster and more scalable convergence than OAM-based mechanisms because failure of a physical link (whether detected at the physical layer or using BFD) immediately triggers the control plane to propagate failure information through the MPLS network. LSP failures are notified to all LERs, each of which is then able to repair its failed LSPs. Each LSP may carry large numbers of EoMPLS services, each of which is repaired automatically as a result of LSP repair. Isolating service instances from network topology enables the network to scale to an immense number of service instances. In the OAM-based approach, each circuit has its own end-to-end OAM flow, and failures are only detected when a number of consecutive OAM packets are dropped. In this approach, speed of convergence is always in tension with scalability, since increasing the frequency with which OAM packets are sent on a circuit reduces the total number of circuits that can be supported without overwhelming the edge devices (and the network links) with OAM traffic. Notwithstanding the above, MPLS also supports OAM-based approaches to fault detection, and these may be used either in conjunction with, or instead of, the IP/MPLS control plane.
Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) While many facets of CDMA are quite different from analog or even TDMA digital cellular systems, a few key aspects drive many of CDMA s unique testing requirements. Unlike most TDMA digital cellular systems, the CDMA wideband transmission system allows powerful error correction codes to be applied to all of the encoded voice data bits. CDMA therefore does not need tests designed to examine transmission quality for different types of data bits (classes). In addition, the processing gain of CDMA (error correction codes plus spreading codes) makes the CDMA system very tolerant of transmission errors. What would appear to be gross errors in any other cellular system s transmitted signal are normal for a properly operating CDMA mobile. Traditional tests that examine modulation quality (error vector magnitude) and receiver performance (bit error rate) do not provide meaningful insight into a CDMA mobile s performance. For transmitter measurements, this leads to a new measurement specific to the CDMA modulation format. Finally, the fact that CDMA is designed to operate with high levels of interference also drives new measurements that must duplicate the normal interference levels experienced by a CDMA mobile. Developed by industry members of the TIA, IS-98 is designed to be an open industry standard to promote equipment interoperability. This document specifies minimum standards of performance for environmental, protocol, transmitter, and receiver characteristics for both the AMPS analog and CDMA digital modes. The number and complexity of these tests prevent a detailed discussion of all of them here. Many, while important for initial Type Acceptance, will not be performed regularly in typical manufacturing, incoming inspection, or service applications due to their costly nature. Accordingly, this section will concentrate on the key tests that will be used most often. While test modes can be used to facilitate testing, industry members rejected them and opted for a more general approach to testing via a simulated over-the-air link. This will allow any mobile to be tested with any device that follows the IS-98 standard. To simplify testing, IS-98 specifies that all CDMA mobiles must support a special service option. The CDMA standard allows for multiple service options to handle future requirements such as data services. Service option 001 is the normal speech transmission mode for CDMA. Service option 002 is the data loopback mode called out in the IS-98 standard. Service option 002 provides a convenient method to test a CDMA mobile under a simulated over-the-air link. Service option 009 also is a data loopback mode, but is for testing the new 14.4 kbps traffic channel used with the improved vocoder developed by the CDMA Development Group (CDG). In both data loopback modes, the CDMA mobile demodulates the signal it receives from the base station simulator and then retransmits the same data back to the simulator. This allows accurate characterization of the CDMA mobile receiver performance.
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