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Frequency distribution in sectors

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    Raj Kumar Sukhdeo


    I would really be happy if someone can specify how do u skew the channels in a sector.For example – lets take a particular sector and lets assume 900.2MHz –902.4MHz is the first assigned channel – what can be the next closest assigned channel? I mean do I assign channels in a particular sector at 400 kHz apart? 600 kHz apart ?
    Someone please comment on the assignment of 8 channels in a particular sector [ the frequencies stated below are in kHz]
    902600 902800
    903200 903400
    903800 904000
    904400 904600
    905000 905200
    905600 905800
    906200 906400

    906800 907000

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    hi the defining sector trx frequency must be done after careful study from the cell planing team to avoide the interferance and ease the frequency hopping and location area update…thats what i can answer in illustrated way…

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