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Regarding abt E1

  • This topic has 4 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated 15 years ago by Susheel.
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    Ajay Patel
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    Wht is E1?
    Means How E1 genrate……….

    i want to know how we r using E1 at BSC//

    wht is the total path of E1 from MSC to BSC?

    #44058 Reply
    cybhert
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    Hello Ajay..

    Im just curious.. what is your present job description? Are you working on the transmission field?

    Thanks

    #44059 Reply
    Pushpender_N.R.
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    how is E1 related to PCM.
    how many bts r connected to bsc and how many bsc connected to msc

    #44060 Reply
    Ajay
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    Yes Cybhert i am transmission planner working with nokia project in india.

    #44061 Reply
    Susheel
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    E1 is one of the standards(like T1) used in digital transport networks.

    It is nothing but a transmission media capable of carrying 2.048Mbps of digital data from one point to other. You can get more info regarding this from any basic GSM manual(like motarala CP02)

    A E1 is generated at the BSC ET port. You simply patch a cable at this point and tap it out to any required place.

    Total path between MSC to BSC = the physical distance between your MSC to BSC.

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