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9th October 2002 at 04:53 #32907BlueboyGuest
could anyone explain and give me sample problems about erlang formulas?16th October 2002 at 14:07 #32908PeterGuest
HAs anyone done a matlab program for Erlangs B formula for 1% and 5% GOS ,if you have i would be gratefull of a copy thanks.16th October 2002 at 14:56 #32909david matthewsGuest
could anyone tell me the matlab program that would calculate Erlangs B formula and plot the the GOS, Grade Of Service…….7th November 2002 at 11:43 #32910JOSE GREGORIO COTUAGuest
My Name is Jose G. Cotua, I need information about the Erlang C formula to apply in Sistems VHF and UHF trunk and conventional Radious. Can anyone send me informations about this?
Thanks…30th January 2003 at 15:48 #32911Mwita, AdamGuest
my name is Mwita I`m looking any person to help the formula used to find the Traffic load on PBX.24th February 2003 at 12:54 #32912GurmonGuest
Hi I am tyring to convert total minutes that a trunk wll be offered in a day to some sort of Busy Hour Erlang figure. Is this possible and can you tell me how ?
Gurmon6th March 2003 at 09:19 #32913amir kahliGuest
i want to know how we can forcoast the traffic rate for the future
Is there any possibility or method which permit to have an idea about the evolution of the traffic in each SSP of the GSM network17th March 2003 at 05:36 #32914RosyGuest
hi every one,
I’d like to know if anyone done a matlab program for Erlangs B formula ,if you have i would be gratefull of a copy thanks (it is very irgant).18th March 2003 at 11:31 #32915Keith RobinsonGuest
Does anyone know what the average Erland value is for UK residential lines ?
Keith Robinson20th March 2003 at 09:51 #32916Daniel LuGuest
Does anyone know how to calculate the SS7 link traffic intensity in Erlang ?
Just write a example.
Daniel27th March 2003 at 21:15 #32917David ShapiroGuest
Blocking probability is the probability that a caller will have a call not connect because all lines are busy. What do they mean by Number of Lines and Traffic? Do you put number of circuits in service as the number of lines? Traffic looks like time connected average multiplied by the number of calls in a period of time. What is the period of time? Where would you get this traffic number? Is this your busy hour ccs? It is not clear to me where you get the numbers to plug into an erlangb formula…31st March 2003 at 09:22 #32918samGuest
hi, i’m sam, i like to know the relation between circuit utilization and busy hour traffic.
given the number of circuit working and busy hour traffic, how can i calculate the number of circuit required for the above case provided that the circuit utilization exceeds 100%?
thanx in advance1st April 2003 at 01:16 #32919SunilKumarGuest
I would like to know how the erlang table is used for Cellular Networks ?
I am working in NSS Environment.So my interest is for EXTERNAL LINKS.
How we have to caculate no of Channels required for a Subscriber base of 40000 in a New Switch ?
If you can mail me it will be helpful thank you.
Sunil1st May 2003 at 02:45 #32920Mitch WebsterGuest
I am interested to calculate the number of end-users that can be supported per Wifi “hot spot” (802.11) at a given bandwidth.
Has anyone plotted this or created a table showing users vs average bit rate?
Many thanks17th May 2003 at 17:50 #32921Adam MwitaGuest
Do you steal need that Matlab Programming of Erlanb B formula?.
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