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CDMA Problem

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    Amberish trivedi
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    Hi guys,

    I have observed one problem in CDMA systems that it is giving many time msg of handset about “Entering and leaving service area”…and at that time though ur PN,rx level and covg all are fine…

    Anyone have exp. same kind of problem the pls explain that anything v kn do for that…

    #42891 Reply
    nassim
    Guest

    Dear Amberish

    this mean you are moving to another area different SID so i dont know the design of your network, how many SID , NID do you have in your network

    #42892 Reply
    Sameer
    Guest

    Ya amberish
    When you move from One SDCA to another or From one MSc to other at that time you will get such messages.As due to softhandofs the signal and coverage will bve there.

    #42893 Reply
    Amit
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    This kind of problem may not be the seen only because of SDCA change, In fact you may have observerd this kind of problem in Lucent Network as this issue is found mostly in Lucent Network only

    #42894 Reply
    Panga
    Guest

    HI all,

    I THINK WE ARE NOT ADDRESSING THE PROBLEM OF ABERISH and getting diverted …..

    The “Entering and leaving service area”… error could be due to lack of RF optimisation or may be due to some processes getting locked up in the BTS .

    reinitializing the cellsite might resolve this

    #42895 Reply
    Venkatesh
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    If the mobile is not getting proper signal strength it will be indicating Entering or leving service area. This phenomenan is more observed near the border of the cell( Single BTS) or between border BTS sites, can be adjusted by setting Registration Parameters properly for the border sites

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