5G NR Timers | T304, T310, T311 timer used in 5G NR
This page covers 5G NR timers which include T304 timer, T310 timer and T311 timer used in 5G NR (New Radio) for various functions. It mentions usage of constants N310 and N311.
|5G NR Timers||Start||Stop||at Expiry|
|T304||Reception of RRCReconfiguration message including reconfigurationWithSync||Successful completion of random access on the corresponding SpCell For T304 of SCG, upon SCG release||For T304 of SCG, inform network about the reconfiguration with sync failure by initiating the SCG failure information procedure as specified in 5.7.3 of TS 38.331 (3GPP).|
|T310||Upon detecting physical layer problems for the SpCell i.e. upon receiving N310 consecutive out-of-sync indications from lower layers.||Upon receiving N311 consecutive in-sync indications from lower layers for the SpCell, upon receiving RRCReconfiguration with reconfigurationWithSync for that cell group, and upon initiating the connection re-establishment procedure. Upon SCG release, if the T310 is kept in SCG.||If the T310 is kept in MCG: If security is not activated: go to RRC_IDLE else: initiate the connection re-establishment procedure. If the T310 is kept in SCG, Inform E-UTRAN/NR about the SCG radio link failure by initiating the SCG failure information procedure as specified in 5.7.3.|
|T311||Upon initiating the RRC connection re-establishment procedure||Selection of a suitable NR cell or a cell using another RAT.||Enter RRC_IDLE|
When the 5G NR UE applies zero value for the timer, the timer shall be started and immediately expire unless explicitly stated otherwise.
5G NR constants | N310, N311
Following table mentions usage of constants N310 and N311 in 5G NR system.
• N310: Maximum number of consecutive "out-of-sync" indications for the PCell received from lower layers.
• N311: Maximum number of consecutive "in-sync" indications for the PCell received from lower layers
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