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16th May 2007 at 18:20 #47258AdeelGuest
hi, i was looking into mapinfo tools and i found ‘piano’ tool there. i found that we can also check the neighbor relations using this tool, and there was also a button named as ‘display QoS’.
My question is how can we use this tool to display the neighbors and what is ‘display QoS’. what is the format of the neighbor file that this tool uses. can anyone help me??17th May 2007 at 09:59 #47259PixGuest
long time i didn’t use piano… maybe you can try asking their RSC team (= RNE), i you have good contacts…10th June 2007 at 11:32 #47260CsidorGuest
Hi all,Does any body knows how to display neighbor relation on mapinfo?22nd June 2007 at 08:39 #47261Bhanu Pratap SinghGuest
Site Name SITE ID CLID BCCH ori BSIC NCC BCC MA-LIST MAIO-1 MAIO-2 MAIO-3 HSN Bldg ht GSM pole ht AZIMUT GSM Ant. Type Mech tilt Elect-tilt Total Tilt Lon Lat SITE ADDRESS Max_tx_bts CU2 CU3 CU4 CU5 CU6 CU7 CU8 length
Hi Adeel this is the format, you have to give ur details in this format in excel to create piano file.ORI here means your BCCH(1-124), Piano only takes 900 MHZ band channels, so if u r using 1800, then map ur channels accordingly2nd November 2007 at 18:53 #47262MarcosGuest
could you tell me where can I find “Piano” or some tool similar.
I would like to have some tool which permit me to wiew neighbor cells and reuses.
I was looking for “piano tool” on the web but i could not find anything.
bye2nd November 2007 at 19:19 #47263pixGuest
i think piano is an old internal tool (from alcatel ?), not intended to be available for operators.
if you have some contacts with radio engineers, they should give you the tool quite easily 🙂6th November 2007 at 07:54 #47264emre iğrekGuest
ok pix i need radio engineers 😀
could you supply it .6th November 2007 at 15:36 #47265pixGuest
no sorry..7th November 2007 at 04:00 #47266marvelGuest
i think your “piano” and “display Qos” was in house tools that means developed for specific vendor/activity. If you interest, you could study about map basic programming.
marvel2nd June 2008 at 19:04 #47267hesamGuest
i need advice and help somebody that help me live about mapinfo and how can i use this tool for planning and optimization ? if anybody there contact me
email@example.com June 2008 at 11:35 #47268mintGuest
hiii any one know the site data base format used in MINT (A UTITLITY IN MAPINFO)
Tony16th July 2009 at 13:10 #47269saif shabeebGuest
Kindly you can used MCOM TO DISPLAY THE NEIGHBOR27th July 2009 at 10:51 #47270MRDEGuest
Piono is very old tool and well known but i can give you alternative and better that piano by name “TRF Tool”
Write me firstname.lastname@example.org January 2010 at 15:36 #47271JeffGuest
Can someone explain the data input type and format to be used for “TRF Tool”?
I don’t know how to create database and generally using the tool.
Thank you5th February 2010 at 13:04 #47272JeffGuest
What about this below post. Anybody with a help?