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RF Planning

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  • #44570 Reply
    amtyshah
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    hai…can any one tell me how Rf planning is done …wat sort of work and how its taken in Drive test…

    #44571 Reply
    ahmed
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    if i have 300 data users with traffic 0.031Erl,75 users are in the active state and 225 users in the dormant state.
    how many CE(channel elements) are required for uplink 19.6kbps and downlink 38.4kbps if for one CE the speed is 9.6kbps in both up and down.
    thanks

    #44572 Reply
    Niraj
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    Hi can anybody can send me a manual for RF planning in GSM network.I am new in this field and need it babdy
    my mail id is yours.neeraj@gmail.com

    #44573 Reply
    raiyaan
    Guest

    hai

    can any one the planning engineer can tell me how to do the RF PLANNING can be done.what we have to concider when we are doing the planning.if any one having the soft copy of the planning meterial can send to me at this email:bashasg@inbox.com

    thanks and regards,
    raiyaan

    #44574 Reply
    Vijay
    Guest

    OK do u hv some idea of netact tools if u hv than its easy for to plan sites through coverage pridiction.

    #44575 Reply
    raiyaan
    Guest

    hi vijay,
    i have some idea of indoor coverage planning.but
    I don’t have any tools of netplanning.

    please let me know how to it.

    thanks
    raiyaan

    #44576 Reply
    Rafi
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    Hi,
    In GSM, Software tools like TCP from Ericsson is available for cell planning. Here map of the area with clutter and other details are fed and depending upon residential , commercial, urban or rural area, TCP creates a nominal plan giving location(coordinates) of sites to be installed for optimum capacity, coverage and performance. For each site, buildings for rooftops and plots for Greenfield are searched within a search radius. Rooftops are selected for an average antenna height of 20m i.e. from centre of the antenna down to ground level while greenfields are of different heights. Normally three antennae are installed for three sectors at 0/120/240 degrees.

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