20th November 2009 at 10:31
#59691

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Bijoy,

clue is not for me, but I’m asking for it 😉

Bijoy, Ali, Fred

Notice that thanks to Bijoy, we know that :

Paging Queue Length = 14 – (Number of Paging Groups/10)

(if MFRMS is high, the nb of paging groups is high)

If MFRMS between 1 & 9 (typical values !), the size of each queue is equal to 13. The impact of the Bijoy’s formula is actually very limited !

So increasing the number of groups will indeed increase the number of requets that can be queued.

However, it seems that decreasing the MFRMS is enhancing the QoS. Why ??

Any idea ?

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