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that carrier will be excluded from the measurement report.

NCCPERM tells the MS in Idle Mode, which NCC that it is allowed to monitor when in the current cel l. The MS will only take measurement samples while listening to its own paging group. It should however be noted that NCCPERM does not influence the cell reselection, its outcome is utilized in dedicated mode. The rest of the time the MS will be in sleep mode, see Section 3.7.1 on page 18 .,Table 2 on page 12 summarises how often the BSIC and the BCCH data must be decoded for the serving cell and neighbouring cells while in idle mode. Table 2 Decoding of BSIC and BCCH Data BSIC BCCH data Serving cell - at least every 30 s Six neighbours at least every 30 s at least every 5 min Cell Reselection Criteria In order to control the traffic distribution between cells, Ericsson GSM System allow the operator to favour certain cells in dedicated mode. Examples of this i s Locating (see Reference [3]) and HCS (see Reference [4]). In some situations, there can be a need for a similar behaviour in idle mode. In addition, in a microcell environment there can be a need for controlling the cell reselection rate especially for fast moving mobiles. For these purposes, additional cell reselection parameters, CRO, TO and PT, are broadcasted on the BCCH of each cell. These parameters are supported by GSM phase 2 MSs only. Before a phase 2 MS can change cell on which it is camping, it has to read these parameters from the BCCH of the potential target