A reporting node is configured to report the result of a radio signal measurement to a recipient node. The reporting node in this regard is configured to obtain the result as well as a joint mapping in which different possible values for a first reporting variable and different possible values for a second reporting variable are jointly mapped to different possible values for the result. The reporting node is configured to map the result to multiple reported values that jointly represent that result, using the obtained joint mapping. The multiple reported values include one of the different possible values for the first reporting variable and one of the different possible values for the second reporting variable. The reporting node is configured to report the result of the radio signal measurement to the recipient node by sending the multiple reported values from the reporting node to the recipient node.
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