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  • #33315 Reply
    Raymond
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    Can anyone define what “grade of service” is?

    I think it’s equivalent to the blocking rate but i just want to be sure.

    Thanks

    #33316 Reply
    Joan Neptune
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    It is a blocking rate. How many
    times out of 100 tries your call
    will be completed-for example
    a P.01 grade of service-99 out
    of 100 calls.

    #33317 Reply
    Stavros
    Guest

    It is often called Quality of Service (QoS) and as mentioned before is related to the blocking propability of a call. In other words how many calls out of 100 or 1000 can be blocked. Usually the blocking probability within connected switching equipment in a carrier is 0.001

    #33318 Reply
    Aldwin Aurelio
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    Grade of Service is the percentage of calls that was not immediately served on the first attempt. The call can either be blocked or delayed as can be seen from Erlang B and Erlang C assumption. A GOS of 1% in Erlang B is 1 blocked in 100 attempts while in in Erlang C it is 1 call delayed for more than say 3 seconds out of 100 attempts.

    #33319 Reply
    Ravindra Mohan Mathur
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    Grade of service is the parameter of Switching system. A system can not be loaded according to its capacity so there are intentional blocking of certain numbers of call. Its shows how many calls from a system may fail if tried. Typically if GOS is 0.002 then out of 1000 calls 2 calls may fail or out of 500 call 1 call may fail.

    #33320 Reply
    satish panicker
    Guest

    This is a good article but can you tell me if my switch has sufficient capacity and if no calls are failed due to limitation of circuits.What will be the grade of service.

    #33321 Reply
    Rommel
    Guest

    If you are saying that you have no blocking at all that would be a grade of service of P0 but there is no such a thing because traffic formulae are derived from probability. a GoS of P0 would be unusable in all calculations.

    #33322 Reply
    diafari
    Guest

    I am a student in Master Degree in Telecommunication from Bali.

    I have an assignment in terms of delay system. I have to submit it by Wednesday, 21/11/01. In this case I need Erlang C Table.

    I really need your favour in sending The Table.

    Thanks a lot in advance.

    #33323 Reply
    Vicenç Ripoll
    Guest

    At some traffic tables the Grade of Service is expressed like P.01 or B.01L. What does it mean?

    #33324 Reply
    syi
    Guest

    P.01 means that 1 call out of 100 will be blocked.

    #33325 Reply
    Vicenç Ripoll
    Guest

    OK, syi, but why “P”? What does it mean?

    #33326 Reply
    bob
    Guest

    Vicenç Ripoll,
    I believe it is as simple as “Probability” 1% probability is p.01

    #33327 Reply
    andy
    Guest

    is the blocking factor here refer to trunk sizing rather than subscriber cct?

    #33328 Reply
    Jose Quintero
    Guest

    Grade of Service (GoS) is defined as the probability that calls will be blocked while attempting to seize circuits. It is written as P.xx blocking factor or blockage, where xx is the percentage of calls that are blocked for a traffic system. For example, traffic facilities requiring P.01 GoS define a 1 percent probability of callers being blocked to the facilities. A GoS of P.00 is rarely requested and will rarely happen because to be 100 percent sure that there is no blocking, you would have to design a network where the caller to circuit ratio is 1:1. Also, most traffic formulas assume that there are an infinite number of callers.

    #33329 Reply
    Assaf Peled
    Guest

    does anyone knows where I can find an excel of GOS matrix,
    for up to 1500 trunks?

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