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12th February 2011 at 07:06 #44537SAROJ KUMAR SENAPATIGuest
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,16th February 2011 at 02:50 #44538AswadiGuest
Chip Energy divided by Noise Density,
Ec/No is the Received Signal Code Power (RSCP) divided by the Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI).16th February 2011 at 11:23 #44539Afzal wahabGuest
rscp is above -100 and HSDPA downloading not coming in that condition what parameter i have to check.17th February 2011 at 12:15 #44540santosh nayakGuest
Plz gv me dteails of
Data (Throughput per TBF , TBF Success Rate , Mutilslot assignment success rate )21st February 2011 at 11:54 #44541manwinderGuest
how scanner helps in the rf optimization24th February 2011 at 15:05 #44542Zulfiquar AhmedGuest
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.27th February 2011 at 13:42 #44543krishGuest
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?16th March 2011 at 08:52 #44544NyomanGuest
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 )19th March 2011 at 11:36 #44545what is CPICH,RSCPGuest
please tell me about CPICH,RSCP7th May 2011 at 23:07 #44546SamdublinGuest
why I have got -120 value of CPICH?10th May 2011 at 10:42 #44547TAIEBGuest
please tell me about CPICH,RSCP,Ec/No & Ec/Io11th May 2011 at 14:37 #44548Zulfiquar AhmedGuest
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..
Eb/Io=Ec/Io+processing gain13th May 2011 at 07:06 #44549vikas shettyGuest
Can somebody pls explain me the parameters like
6)Ec/No22nd May 2011 at 09:31 #44550ArchGuest
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).
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.23rd May 2011 at 08:16 #44551Malay DasGuest
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??