20th November 2009 at 12:24
#59694

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so let’s see.

Assumptions:

MFRMS = 2

AGCH Blocks = 4

Results:

Nb of paging groups = 2 * 5 = 10

Paging Queue size = 14 – 10/10 = 13

Assumptions:

MFRMS = 6

AGCH Blocks = 4

Results:

Nb of paging groups = 6 * 5 = 30

Paging Queue size = 14 – 30/10 = 11

Sorry, it is not equal to 13, but it stays within a rather high range. So increasing the number of paging groups is a good way to increase the overall queuing capacity of a cell.

1st example : 10 groups with each a queue of size 13 : 130 request can be queued.

2nd exampe : 30 groups with each a queue of 11 : 330 requests can be queued.

What do you think ?

Second question : why, when fred decreased the MFRMS, the paging deletions decreased? It seems unlogical.