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Asking for Erl and BHCA definition!

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    Peter Uyen
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    Dear experts,
    I have 02 quetions.
    1. In switching exchange, we refer to the BHCA (means number of calls in busy hour), is that right? How can we define this parameter? Or how can we calculate this?
    2. Erl: What is the basic of this parameter? How can we define this?
    For example: Normal subcribers have 0.01 – 0.03 Erl. Where does this result from?
    Thks a lot.

    #40831 Reply
    Yatender
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    BHCA stands for Busy Hour Call Attempts . which implies that this parameter relates to number of call attempts in a busy hour and not the number of calls made in a busy hours . suppose a subscriber attempted 5 times to make a call in a hour for a telecom switch , but the call was made through only once , then the BHCA is 5 and not 1.
    Most of the telecom switches are designed on the basis of BHCA .If a switch is having a BHCA of 80000 then it indicates on this switch 80000 call attempts can be made on a busy hour and switch will be able to cater all of then , switch will not be having any instability problems.Now how many calls become successful out of these attempts is another case.

    #40832 Reply
    Peter Uyen
    Guest

    Thks very much! Yatender

    #40833 Reply
    yaser
    Guest

    In any swithching network when there is a busy hour and if some user may be blocked due to rush i.e that there are too many useres then what is the method to increase over network capacity.As i am using the ewsd network.

    #40834 Reply
    Scot
    Guest

    Hi All,

    What kind of Routes I have to observe for BHCA Calculation ?

    I have

    1.PSTN Routes
    2.Inter MSC Routes
    3.BSC Routes
    4.VMS Routes
    5.Announcement Platform Routes

    Rgds

    #40835 Reply
    Bimbo
    Guest

    All. In case of more than 80% usage…add more E1.

    #40836 Reply
    JCD
    Guest

    You may also add to your monitoring..

    1. Intra-MSC
    2. IGF
    3. SMS Boxes
    4. Value Added Services

    #40837 Reply
    Narender
    Guest

    can you tell me, what we are required before implementing a POI(Point of interconnectivity) between two switches.

    #40838 Reply
    Yatender
    Guest

    Hi Narender,

    For POI, you need to have the
    – approval from other switch( if other switch belongs to another operator)
    – How the POI will be done , thru OFC, or Copper cable ?
    – If its SS7 link , then Point Codes, SRS, SLS, link set, signalling channel etc.

    #40839 Reply
    NILESH
    Guest

    WHY USEING BHCA???????????

    #40840 Reply
    sam
    Guest

    how is bsc capacity calculated

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