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Erlang calculation for GSM Network

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  • #33517 Reply
    D.A.Arun Kumar
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    Hi
    i am looking out for method to calculate Erlang for GSM network.
    For Um interface and Abis interface.

    I am looking for some help on the above subject.

    Thanks & Regards

    Arun

    #33518 Reply
    Steve Cain
    Guest

    Arun,

    Call me, I am in “Post” and I can give you all you need to know about dimensioning the Abis. I have some information on the Erlang calculations too, although you don’t have a blocking factor on the Abis. You may be getting confused with the M interface, which has a different blocking factor to that applied on the Um interface.

    #33519 Reply
    Arun Kumar
    Guest

    Hi Steve

    Thank for ur reply.
    Can u give ur mail Id.

    My mail Id:daarunkumar@hotmail.com

    Thanks

    Arun

    #33520 Reply
    Seshu
    Guest

    Hi
    i am looking out for method to calculate Erlang for GSM network.
    For Um interface and Abis interface and for a particular subscribers say 1 lac.(100000 sub.), how many E1/trunk lines are required with 1% blocking.

    I am looking for some help on the above subject any body can help me.My mail id:seshu_ky@yahoo.com

    Thanks & Regards

    Seshu.

    #33521 Reply
    Amrul Ardy
    Guest

    Hi
    I am looking out for method to calculate probability of blocking which can show some dynamic channel assignment (DCA), channel borrowing (CBWL,Load Balancing)more efficient than conventional scheme (Fixed channel assignment).

    #33522 Reply
    Shahriar
    Guest

    Hi, I am looking for an Erlang and subscribers analysis tools for GSM network.

    #33523 Reply
    Sudhir
    Guest

    For a GSM network the grade of service on the UM interface is 2% and on the Abis interface it may varry from 0.1% to 1%. The total number of trunks required is calculated from the Erlang table, the only inputs required is the GOS and the Erlangs.

    For 100000 Subscriber at a rate of 0.1% the number of E1s on the Abis interface required comes to 172.

    #33524 Reply
    Salum Kiumba
    Guest

    Hi
    i am looking out for method to calculate Erlang for GSM network.
    For Um interface and Abis interface.

    I am looking for some help on the above subject.

    Thanks & Regards

    Kiumba S

    #33525 Reply
    Pitto
    Guest

    Hi,

    I’m quite new in this area, but maybe one of you guys can help me
    Is it the method of calculating erlang for gsm can be used for cdma net work since they both are cellular

    #33526 Reply
    rohit sharma
    Guest

    Hi

    I am looking out for method to calculate Erlang for GSM network and GOS for Um interface and Abis interface.

    I am looking for some help on the above subject.

    Thanks & Regards

    #33527 Reply
    JJ
    Guest

    Does anyone have idea on how to take account of Full-rate/Half-rate traffic channels in relation to Erlang-b? (or Erlang-c for that matter)

    #33528 Reply
    Sumit Makani
    Guest

    i am looking out for method to calculate Erlang for GSM network.
    For air interface and Abis interface and also the procedure for calculating max earlang capacity of a cell.
    please help me in the same.

    Thanks & Regards

    Sumit Makani

    #33529 Reply
    Sudhir
    Guest

    Max erlang capacity for a cell depends on the carrier. For eg. one carrier has 7TCH and at a 0.1% GOS the Erlangs will be 2.9 for 2TRX with same GOS we will have 8.2Erlang. and so on.

    Erlang u can get beased on the no of TCH available on air interface and Abis interface, depending on the GOS. U can use the Erlang table

    #33530 Reply
    fanrain
    Guest

    hi…….

    i’m rather new in telecommunication. however, may u guys help me in all the calculation regarding erlang, blocking, drop calls, network capacity, etc in GSM network…..

    #33531 Reply
    Anton
    Guest

    Hi,

    I’m looking for information to distinguish between erlang computations for respectively full rate and half rate in GSM networks.

    Thanks

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