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Does SRB2 used only for NAS message ?

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Does SRB2 used only for NAS message ?
posted Oct 6, 2013 by Ganesh Kumar

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Even I was aware about that SRB2 is used for only NAS messages. But I checked 3GPP RRC spec 36.331 release 10.

"SRB2 is for RRC messages which include logged measurement information as well as for NAS messages, all using DCCH logical channel. "

Can someone please tell me what is logged measurement information ? what is the use of this.

answer Oct 7, 2013 by Neeraj Mishra
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SRB0 –
> This is cell specific.
> Goes through CCCH channel.
> Only RRC message can go through it.

SRB1 -
> This is UE specific.
> Goes through DCCH
> It comes in action after RRC Connection set up.
> we can send RRC message and piggybacked NAS message.

SRB2 –
> This is UE specific.
> Priority is less than SRB1
> Goes through DCCH logical channel.
> It comes in action after RRC security is established.
> NAS messages goes over it but we can send also send RRC Message like
 (Logged measurement information ) over it.
> But It do not include any RRC protocol control information while sending RRC message.

For Full explanation u can refer

answer Jan 9, 2014 by Sachidananda Sahu
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