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Detection of too early handover for handover optimization

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As per spec T store Ue Context timer is used so that if with in this time period RLF occuring and applying rrc connection re establishment to source then Too early handover counted.

At what time we should start T store UE Context timer at target ...

posted Oct 21, 2013 by anonymous

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Your question is not clear to me, can you please rephrase your question. Also give proper reference i.e. which spec etc, it helps to understand the exact issue.
As per spec 3GPP TS 36.300 version 11.7.0 Release 11  page 188
the Tstore UE Context when we should start ...

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Thanks for clarification -
This is the case of after a successful handover from a UTRAN cell to a target cell in E-UTRAN; the UE attempts to re-connect to the source cell or to another UTRAN cell. So where the timer at the target coming into the picture. (as per my reading of this case this is a protection mechanism)

answer Oct 22, 2013 by Salil Agrawal
Okay then how we will detect too early/wrong based on RLF report only ...ya we can use the timer T store UE Context
Don't you think these two are two independent cases, my thoughts only so ideally should not clash.
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