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EcNo,RSCP,RSSI,CPICH

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  • #44537 Reply
    SAROJ KUMAR SENAPATI
    Guest

    what relation between Ec/No & Ec/Io?
    what we will see in layer 3 message
    while location update?

    is RSCP is more or less similar to RX level of 2G,

    #44538 Reply
    Aswadi
    Guest

    Chip Energy divided by Noise Density,
    Ec/No is the Received Signal Code Power (RSCP) divided by the Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI).

    #44539 Reply
    Afzal wahab
    Guest

    rscp is above -100 and HSDPA downloading not coming in that condition what parameter i have to check.

    #44540 Reply
    santosh nayak
    Guest

    Hi
    Plz gv me dteails of
    Data (Throughput per TBF , TBF Success Rate , Mutilslot assignment success rate )

    #44541 Reply
    manwinder
    Guest

    how scanner helps in the rf optimization

    #44542 Reply
    Zulfiquar Ahmed
    Guest

    Q)how scanner helps in the rf optimization
    A) The max radio links that our mobile can support is 3. But using scanner we can scan more than 3 RL sets.
    Usually Scanner is mainly useful to find out the pilot pollution.

    #44543 Reply
    krish
    Guest

    HI,

    in bad ec/io condition if rscp is good than what will be rssi ?

    i mean i want to understand whats corelation between rscp and rssi?

    #44544 Reply
    Nyoman
    Guest

    Can any one have idea about HSDAP codes, Codding Tech. used in 3g and Relation between CQI and HSDPA…
    2.What is actual meaning of “Ec\Io -12 dbm ” ?
    3. What is denotes this term “RSCP is -80 db )

    #44545 Reply
    what is CPICH,RSCP
    Guest

    please tell me about CPICH,RSCP

    #44546 Reply
    Samdublin
    Guest

    why I have got -120 value of CPICH?

    #44547 Reply
    TAIEB
    Guest

    please tell me about CPICH,RSCP,Ec/No & Ec/Io

    #44548 Reply
    Zulfiquar Ahmed
    Guest

    CPICH: Pilot channel
    RSCP: recived Pilot channel power
    Ec/Io: Pilot channel Quality.
    Ec/No and Ec/Io both are almost same.. no big diffence..
    RSSI=RSCP+EC/Io
    Eb/Io=Ec/Io+processing gain

    #44549 Reply
    vikas shetty
    Guest

    Can somebody pls explain me the parameters like

    1)HSDPA
    2)HSUPA
    3)RSCP
    4)RSSI
    5)Ec/Io
    6)Ec/No

    #44550 Reply
    Arch
    Guest

    RSCP = Received signal code power it is a some of RSSI(Received signal strength) and Ec/No in dbm.

    RSCP (dbm) = RSSI(dbm)+Ec/No(dbm).

    Characteristics:
    1. These quatities will be measured from primary CPICH.To evaluate receive signal condition.
    2. RSSI and RSCP is measured for full frequency.
    3. Ec/No is measured for a cell on that frequency.

    #44551 Reply
    Malay Das
    Guest

    In UMTS how much carrier frequency is alloted in Each sector of a NodeB??
    Is it 5MHz or something else?
    What is the Bandwidth of a Scrambling code?
    Is it same like 200KHz carrier channel in GSM??

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