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  • #44111 Reply
    Vanderley
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    C’mon guys help….

    Does anybody know with which parameter you actvate/deactivate Uplink Power Control in Nokia?

    Tnx in advance,
    Vanderley

    #44112 Reply
    Briny
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    BCF = cxontrol of the site

    BTS is the a cell within the site there can be 1, 2 or 3 BTS, normally 3.

    You can lock a BTS down and it will not effect the other BTS or the BCF. Lock the BCF down and you stop all BTS transmissions from the site.

    A BCF has a number say 13

    Cell 1 is called BTS 13, , Cell2 BTS 14 and Cell 3 BTS 15 for MML reasons to be able to distingush between the BTS’s on the site (BCF) so BCF13, BTS14 refers to the site and the 2nd BTS

    #44113 Reply
    Briny
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    A BCF controls the whole site that is you can stop the whole site from transmitting MML = ZEFS:23:L;). A BTS is a cell within the BCF (site) you can lock a BTS down (ZEQS:BTS,21:FHO,30:L;)and the rest of the BTS’s stil transmit.

    There are usally 3 BTS to 1 BCF, so on a Nokia site build it may look like this:

    BCF 21
    BTS 21 (cell 1)
    BTS 22 (Cell 2)
    Bts 23 (Cell 3)

    So locking BTS 21 (Cell 1) could only stop cell 1 from transmitting

    A cell can have from 1 to 12 TRX in it

    #44114 Reply
    Gurmukh Singh
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    can anybody tell about Flexihopper

    #44115 Reply
    Briny
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    sorry no my company will not use them,

    #44116 Reply
    Ronald
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    ppl pls join NOKIA GNSC community in orkut ..

    #44117 Reply
    rajesh
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    hello
    can any one provide a help on DC metro sector expansion procedure and details.

    #44118 Reply
    Zayyat
    Guest

    Hi Rajesh, where r u working?

    #44119 Reply
    Zayyat
    Guest

    hi ,
    i am with Avion systems as a project coordinator.
    wat bout u??

    #44120 Reply
    Zayyat
    Guest

    Nice to meet u, I am working as a BTS engineer with Nokia and Huawei.

    #44121 Reply
    Sasan
    Guest

    Hi, Gurmukh Singh

    FlexiHopper is kind of Radio, lets say Nokia MW Transmission unit(Outdoor Unit). It is cover diffrent frequencies depends on distance like 7,15,18,23 GHz.It can broadcasting both V & H It has 3 ports:

    1) Grounding
    2) AGC
    3) Flexbus

    for less than 1Km distance Nokia has MetroHopper (58 GHz).

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