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23rd July 2011 at 02:14 #44552Hong MuyGuest
When RSCP is low, it can cause Ec/No low or not?27th July 2011 at 15:08 #44553Ashwin KGuest
Can anyone please suggest me a good book that i can refer for an indepth study on 3G Network?24th August 2011 at 06:22 #44554YalcinGuest
I wonder differancies between Ec/No and Ec/Io, anyone explain it?1st December 2011 at 10:37 #44555Manoj kumarGuest
After switch on the UE what arethings happen …please explain me in details.8th December 2011 at 19:38 #44556Pinaki DasGuest
why -48 volt is used in telecom? give me exact explanation.
what is the range of CPICH, RSCP, RSSI, Ec/No? give me in detail.12th December 2011 at 07:47 #44557عزام &Guest
RSCP is the received signal code power from the CPICH channel and it is usually constant in a cell and it gives an indication of the level in the area.
RSSI: is the received signal strength indicator and it is the total power with the noise.
Ec/N0 : is the signal chip power and it is equal to RSCP/RSSI or the code power over the (noise+code power)13th March 2012 at 09:02 #44558shailendra prasadGuest
Is CPICH POWER and RSCP is same ?14th March 2012 at 18:10 #44559عزام &Guest
the RSCP is the power transmitted from the CPICH channel and it is about 10% of total power2nd July 2012 at 11:02 #44560Tophan jenaGuest
How many SRB and RAB are established in PS/CS call.If the UE is activated in multiple CS call, how many SRB/RAB are allocated? Plz clarify my. Thank you8th October 2012 at 13:03 #44561Florin CiubotaruGuest
RSCP measured by UE depend of receiver antenna gain? If use antenna with gain =7 dBi, RSCP will increase?
What happend wit Ec/Io and RSSI ?8th October 2012 at 18:03 #44562pixGuest
Ec is related to RSCP
RSSI = RSCP
“No” is related to the noise.
increasing the gain of the antena will improse RSCP, RSSI and Ec/No in the direction of the antenna lobe.
regards5th March 2013 at 06:29 #44563enayatullahGuest
what is the range of RSCP?
is it right that from -50 to 110dbm ?5th March 2013 at 22:26 #44564pixGuest
RSCP : -50dBm to -120dBm
regards19th March 2013 at 12:56 #44565PRATEEKGuest
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RSSI, RSCP,EC/IO,30th May 2013 at 19:19 #44566CJMGuest
Is there a counter for the drop call due to poor RSCP?