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    Jem
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    Sorry.

    Can someone explain me what BHCA is?

    #32784 Reply
    Johnny Yu
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    Busy Hour Call Attempts.
    The number of call attempts made during the busiest hour of the day.

    #32785 Reply
    Rodney Anthony
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    Johney,

    does it include failed calls as well. also, CDR attempts, Automatic Circuit Assurance, Maintenance etc. If so, how do we know the % BHCA available for call switching

    #32786 Reply
    koi
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    Somebody told me that BHCA = Busy hour call attempts.
    And can calculate by internal+originating outgoing+terminating incoming+transit/3.
    I don’t know it’s an exactly BHCA or not….if anybody know how to calculate…please tell me

    #32787 Reply
    Jose Quintero
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    BHCA=BHT*3600/HT
    BHT= C * HT/60

    C= numbers of call in one hour
    HT= Holding Time
    BHT= traffic the busy hour (Erlangs)

    #32788 Reply
    Joseph Brew
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    the BHCA is the number of calls made during the busiest hour during the day. to calculate find the number of calls made during one hour intervals during the day.

    e.g 6.00 to 7.00, 7.00 to 8.00, 8.00 to 9.00 or 7.30 to 8.30, 8.30 to 9.30. this should be taken for a number of days. the call attampt for the one hour period with the highest number of calls made is the BHCA

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