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Received Level in terms of mobile signal

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    HB
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    Why does high-rise buildings require better RxLevel, in terms of mobile signal?
    e.g.
    RxLevel for 2G High-rise buildings >= -70dBm.
    RxLevel for 2G Low-rise buildings >= -80dBm.

    How do we explain the above?

    #46611 Reply
    Da Architect
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    hello HB,

    since signal penetration in HIGH-rise building is harder (thicker walls and many walls), also since more neighbours cells frequencies occur and gather with higher floors (altitude) with a good receiving Rx lev. Therefore, it is recomendend to provide better Rx-lev for the cell that must cover the High Rise building.

    Regards,

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