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    Help ME
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    Hi All,

    If we make BS-AGBLK-Res = 0 , from BS-AGBLK-RES = 2, this will increase our paging groups in the network (as no control channel blocks are reserved for AGCH if AGBLK=0). How Will this setting (AGBLK=0) affect paging performance in my network. will the effect be positive or negative. (BS-PA-MFRMS = 4, Alcatel system)

    your prompt response will be appreciated.

    #48932 Reply
    pix
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    with agblk = 0, the allocation of AGCH is dynamic : it can be 0, 1, 2 blocks, or more if needed, depending on the demand.

    If you set agblk = 2, then this is static. The allocation of AGCH cannot exceed 2.

    Normally, by setting a dynamic allocation of AGCH (agblk = 0), you maximize resources for both PCH and AGCH, so this is an improvement.

    However, if you’re still experiencing PCH blocking, then you should consider reducing your LAC size.

    Regards,

    #48933 Reply
    Tomar
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    Hi All,
    only short notice: paging performance also depends on Cannel configuration. Comb/NonComb.
    BR
    Tomar

    #48934 Reply
    aso
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    dear pix
    if you set AGBLK to 0 with non combine in this case the System information 7 and system information 8 must not sent or not using CBCH.

    #48935 Reply
    sunil verma
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    what AGBLK specifies.?

    #48936 Reply
    riz
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    AGBLK specifies CCCH blocks for AGCH (Access Grant Channels)

    #48937 Reply
    Pix over BCCH
    Guest

    in combined BCCH, there are 3 CCCH.
    in non-combined, there are 9 CCCH.

    1 CCCH can be used either as PCH or as AGCH.

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