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Reply To: HSN and MAIO planning in a 1/3 Network

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YEN
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Dear Rami,

HSN has a value from 0-63 and each value corresponds to a certain hopping sequence. i.e. frequencies to hope on.

so, HSN =0, means cyclic hopping (no hopping, generally BCCH carrier)

but HSN=1-63, means pesudo-random hopping.

I want t know say, HSN =6 , what does it means?
Let, i have 40 ARFCN (from 1-40), 1-15 is used for BCCH, 16&17 for guard period, 18-40 is in MA List.

If I put HSN = 13, what does it stands for? And what is its hopping sequence?

Thanks