|Send Packet System Information on PACCH||CALL:(PACCH|PACChannel):PSInfo|
|Send encapsulated SI on PACCH|
|Periodic (P)SI repetition time|
For the procedure to access the Control Channel Parameters, see How Do I Configure the Control Channel Parameters? .
The GPIB command to set this parameter is CALL:(PACCH|PACChannel):PSInfo .
In the standard manner, the PSI messages are sent in a fixed interval which is determined by the Periodic (P)SI repetition time , and in the following decision:
See Packet Broadcast Control Channel (PBCCH) for instructions on how to configure the PBCCH.
In the custom manner, the PSI messages are sent in a fixed interval which is determined by the Periodic (P)SI repetition time . The test set transmits a customizable set of PSI messages defined by the Custom PSI List on the PACCH. The test sets also transmits a customizable set of encapsulated SI messages defined by the separated Send encapsulated SI on PACCH .
The Periodic (P)SI repetition time setting allows you to modify the repetition rate of periodic PSI and/or SI messages which are transmitted on the PACCH when the periodic SI and/or PSI transmission is enabled.
The Packet (P)SI Status Indication Response setting allows you to modify the behavior of the test set in response to a Packet SI Status Indication or Packet PSI Status Indication message received from the DUT.
The Custom SI List Setting allows you to configure a specific set of SI messages to be transmitted on the PACCH. You can enable the transmission of SI 1, SI 2, SI 2bis, SI 2ter, SI 2quater, SI 3, SI 4 or SI 13 by setting the Custom SI List. The customizable set of SI messages will be transmit:
The Custom PSI List Setting allows you to configure a specific set of PSI messages to be transmitted on PACCH. You can enable the transmission of PSI 1, PSI 2, PSI 3, SI 3bis, SI 3quater, SI 5, SI 8, SI 13 or SI 14 by setting the Custom PSI List. The customizable set of PSI messages will be transmit:
The control channel parameters can be changed in any
, however the settings is only applicable when the test set is in
Active Cell Operating Mode