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5th August 2001 at 13:10 #33488nasir ismailGuest
Which one is the model for traffic analysis especially Data Network?22nd August 2001 at 15:56 #33489William MaitaGuest
send the information5th September 2001 at 09:34 #33490Jonas BuleGuest
I am MSc student in telecommunications and now i am working on my final project. I would like to have more information about model traffic analysis for voice.
For example thinks like %OFL, %SCH,ocupancy, ABR and ASR.
I will appreciate your attention on that5th September 2001 at 13:46 #33491cjxGuest
it’s very thanks for getting your artical6th September 2001 at 03:03 #33492B.Eko MardiyantoGuest
I would like to have more information about model traffic analysis for voice, data and video ?19th September 2001 at 11:34 #33493ChristofGuest
as I got the same problem like you I would really appreciate if somebody could send me a model or some estimates concerning voice & data traffic.
(mail: email@example.com)26th September 2001 at 12:27 #33494Nasir IsmailGuest
No answer yet! emmm…
I like to share an idea with all of you about Traffic
Load Measurement.28th September 2001 at 01:00 #33495RommelGuest
In the following you will see that Erlang C was used for data traffic, the key factor being delay rather than blocking.
If you use the same concepts of Erlang C, but redefine the erlang to mean the amount of bits it takes to keep a traffic sensitive facility busy for 1 second, you can easily figure it out. Unfortunately, there are no Erlang C tables included so you will need to find some to figure it out.
http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/cisintwk/intsolns/voipsol/ta_isd.pdf29th September 2001 at 15:32 #33496nasir ismailGuest
thanks Mr Rommel!
Where can i find Erlang C Table ?
pls help !