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  • #39335 Reply
    hardev singh from punjab
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    Can any one tell me that how many subscribers can a BTS can handle equipped with one E1

    #39336 Reply
    hardev from canada
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    Dear papa ji
    ABTS can handle 32 conversations at a time with E1

    #39337 Reply
    shaleen srivastava
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    dear hardev

    in one E1 i think more conv. can be supported.

    as, one E1 can support idealy 15 TRX cards

    that means 5 sectors(well we are not using 5 sectors but still assuming the ideal case)

    in one sec. we have 8 slots in three cards and 7 slot in one card are used for traffic

    so totally

    ((8*3)+7)*5=155

    so this much no. of calls can be supported by one E1.

    if any other suggestions are there please welcome.

    regards

    #39338 Reply
    kamana khare
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    yes….if half rate is also implemented than the capacity of call handling get doubled

    #39339 Reply
    chorgak’a ishaku
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    hi
    plese could someone help me explain in a better term the difference between a MINI LINK&MICROWAVELINK,PDH&SDH and how it to the term E1

    #39340 Reply
    NASSIM
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    Dear Sheleen
    could you tell me how do you get this 155 , ????so as you said there 4 TRX in each sector
    ((8*3)+7)*5=155
    as far as i know each TRX have 8 time slot and we configure one for BCCH remaning 7
    and our case is 15 TRX so SSS 555
    In each sector we have 5 TRX

    #39341 Reply
    Nitin Khurana
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    Space Diversity Antennas are actually used to to provide uplink gain in microcellular environments where the subsciber are moving with varied velocities.The gain is about 5dBm.

    Nitin

    #39342 Reply
    shaleen srivastava
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    dear nassim

    i had calculated somewrong i’m sory for that
    actually by mistake i had taken 4 sec.
    ya u r abs. right there will be 3 sec. with 5 trx each

    then u can find the right ans.

    again sorry for my mistake

    regards

    #39343 Reply
    Reza
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    Hi

    – Minilink is a name for Ericsson microwave.
    – Microwave is transmission for less than a STM though 64 kbit
    – PDH/SDH is transmission for > 1 STM
    * PDH (Plesyncronous DH ) for single line and still conventional, and SDH ( synch. DH ) for > 1 line main/backup.

    CMIIW

    #39344 Reply
    Hemraj
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    Hi
    please tell me a’bis and chanels.
    I would like to Know about a BSc .How many bts connect a bsc

    Thanks
    Hemraj

    #39345 Reply
    chandra bhushan
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    what is the function of duplexer in bts.

    #39346 Reply
    shaleen srivastava
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    dear chandra bhushan
    i could’t get what u want from me?

    please describe it again .

    regards

    #39347 Reply
    pravin
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    what is the reason of omu block in metro site bts

    #39348 Reply
    osprey
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    hi tanginoa

    if you use ericsson T610, here’s how you check the signal:
    activate the TEMS (simply choose pocket view on), when it’s on look on the top of it if it shows no.1 : u have bcch and rx lev. but i suggest u scroll down to no.2, there u’ll have serving and neighbour list on the left side, and the RxLev on the right side.

    #39349 Reply
    osprey
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    hi K.Rajandran ,

    vsat is a tranciver with a parabolic antenna. it linked to the satellite to reached the other part of the world.
    microwave is ALMOST the same as minilink. it’s also a tranciver but with a radome antenna.usually microwave is used in mobile communication industry.
    vsat has high power in order to reached satellite(more than 1000km). minilink can only reach 10km or so.

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