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interface Abis and Ater

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  • #40847 Reply
    OUSMANE
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    Hello,
    Can I get some information about the Abis and Ater interface ,and wath difference among both

    #40848 Reply
    BESTARICO
    Guest

    Hello,
    Please if u can assist me 2,
    Can I get some information about the Abis and Ater interface ,and wath difference among both

    #40849 Reply
    Alexander, Russia
    Guest

    Ater – interface between transcoder and BSC (multiplexed)

    Abis – interface between BTS and BSC (2 Mb). In one E1 can be situated some Abis interfaces of different BTS. In Nokia 2 TSL is used for 1 TRX. (in other words 128 kb for 1 TRX)

    🙂

    #40850 Reply
    Brian
    Guest

    How much backbone capacity do I save by using the Ater interface (remote BSC) as opposed to using Abis?

    #40851 Reply
    Pix
    Guest

    Hello Brian,
    I’ve got a bad news for you : you have to use both. As explained below, Abis is used to connect BSC to the BTSs and Ater is used to connect BSC to the transcoder.

    #40852 Reply
    Pavlo
    Guest

    Alexander,

    Abis can be more than 2Mb, and actualy it can use not only E1 but ISDN connection for example, or IP for some vendors

    #40853 Reply
    Victor
    Guest

    Hii everybody
    Please explain me how Timing alignment is done on the abis interface in downlink and uplink direction.
    with regards
    Victor

    #40854 Reply
    Bhanu Pratap Singh
    Guest

    can any one give me detailed information about ABIS and eter.

    #40855 Reply
    Victor
    Guest

    Hii everybody
    Please explain me how Timing alignment is done on the abis interface in downlink and uplink direction.
    with regards
    Victor

    #40856 Reply
    Victor
    Guest

    Hii everybody
    i need a trace of trau frames on abis interface….please any body provide me ..i need it very urgently…
    with regards
    Victor

    #40857 Reply
    Soumendra Panda
    Guest

    i have 8 E1s in A-interface,
    and 2 E1s in ATER inter face.

    can anybody tell me that how to calculate the Route utilisation in both cases(A & ATER),if i have only data of A-interface.

    #40858 Reply
    Satyanarayan jagetiya
    Guest

    What is the calculation of ATer route?

    #40859 Reply
    ALI GHAURI
    Guest

    what is ater?

    #40860 Reply
    Pix
    Guest

    Ater is the physical connection between the BSC and the Transcoder.

    #40861 Reply
    kwaku Boadi
    Guest

    Hi Alexander,
    This is how we determine the number of E1s on the Abis interface: Assuming an operator decides to add lets say 5000 subscribers to the network on one particular BSC, then we can say that on the Abis path,each subcriber(i.e. if FR is used)will utilise a bandwidth of 16kbps.This gives a total bandwidth of 80Mbps(16kbps x 5000) for the 5000 subscribers on the Abis interface. To find the total number of E1s that will be needed: 80Mbps/2Mbps=40E1. This 40E1 can be decided by the operator to evenly distribute it amongst the cell sites on that particular BSC. The same calculation is carried out for the other interfaces like Ater,and A.

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