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    Pix
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    Hello,

    What is the usual “realistic” outdoor coverage radius distance for 2100MHz 3G tri-sectors node B (with 20W PA/sector and 17dBi antennas),

    1- in low/medium urban environment (antenna high = 25m)

    2- in rural environment (antenna high = 40/50m)

    3- for very high site (on mountain) (coverage > 10km possible ?)

    (for voice 12.2kbps service)

    Thank you for sharing your experience about this..

    #45191 Reply
    Deepak
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    i am going to study it in depth////////////

    #45192 Reply
    Pix
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    Thanks 😀

    In urban environment (1), the intersite distance shall be about 1km… but in rural and high-sites, I still don’t know.

    #45193 Reply
    Vanderley
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    Hi,
    Coverage depends on the active users and neighbour cells. Are you asking for single cell no load?

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    Pix
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    A single cell, with no load… it’s all theoretical, for planning purpose. But I’d like input of real drive-tests in actual 3G networks…

    Can a cell really cover up to 700m (indoor) in an urban area ? (etc…)

    Thanks.

    #45195 Reply
    Pix
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    nobody has experience on 3G networks ??

    com’on…

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