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1st November 2007 at 09:40 #49570AyatGuest
How are u?
i need to know what is the diference between BHCA , Time of Call attempts , Times of Seizure.
I am a telecomm. engineer work for a new mobile company , I am a member in KPI TEAM , i check the stataistics daily , i noted when i get stat. daily per 24 hour the the period one hour the three counters (BHCA, Time of call atttempts , time of seizure ) are equal , otherwise when i get the stat evey 5 minutes only Call attempts = time of seizure , BHCA is different and > them
Kindly could you help me by explain it
i need clear defination for the these three counters .
Thanks a lot1st November 2007 at 12:40 #49571pixGuest
sorry, it’s not a system i know (sounds like ericsson, is it ?), so i can’t be of any help. You could refer to the counter definition document from E/// ?
regards,3rd November 2007 at 20:03 #49572AyatGuest
i need general information or any help even by web site about GSM system ot KPI
thanks18th November 2007 at 07:04 #49573peter CheropGuest
BHCA is total number calls attempted per hour, Times of calls attempted is total number calls made and times of seizure is total calls attempted and given resources.
so when you capture all this items in an hour then the three will be same( if the no congestion). for five minute capture BHCA=5/60* calls attempted in 5 minute period20th November 2007 at 08:24 #49574AyatGuest
many thanks for you , what did you mean by call attempts (made)
i expalined as the next
you mean BHCA (No of Calls made by subecribers who dailed numbers it is not necessary it take resourece . )
Call attempt i do not understand it .
time of seizure calls with resources
plz can you give me example?? thanks again !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!20th November 2007 at 09:13 #49575AyatGuest
to be more clear
i attached. real data.
Time 11/19/2007 12:00:00 AM – 12:05:00
Times of Call Attempt 3
Times of Seizure 3
Times of Through Connection 3
Times of Reply 3
We note call attempt =time of seizure = through connection= time of reply , i know it isnot necessary to be alaways equal but it indicates good situation
but what does mean BHCA 36
is it No. of calls in 5 minutes ,but not all of them are success calls only 3.
if the BHCA is No of total calld (subscribers dailed numbers) , time of seizure is calls assigment resources , so what about call attempt
i need really your experince and help !!!!!!!!
is the defination of these counters difeerence from MSC part and BSC part ???????????21st November 2007 at 08:44 #49576peter CheropGuest
I repeat my self again
Times of Call Attempt- calls made by subscriber during that period
Times of Seizure- is calls attempt and given resoources( usually same as attempted calls if no congestion)
Times of Through Connection- calls which ring.
Times of Reply- calls which ring and answered
in our case BHCA=60*3/5 =3622nd November 2007 at 07:07 #49577AyatGuest
thanks so much2nd September 2008 at 08:08 #49578jamalGuest
is there somthing callaed Erlang/m2,if so can you show me how to calcalute it and what things should be form information should have it to do this calculation2nd September 2008 at 08:24 #49579pixGuest
you need to know the :
number of people per m2 (usually in mapinfo)
ratio of your subscribers / population
(nb of people per m2 x ratio subs/population) x mErl/subscribers –> mErl / m22nd September 2008 at 13:08 #49580HostGuest
is there any indicator in RNO that gives you the BHCA?2nd September 2008 at 13:10 #49581pixGuest
RTCH_Assign_Success_BH1st December 2008 at 09:43 #49582AjilGuest
Hi pix, whats the difference between RTCH_Assign_Success_BH and RTCH_Assign_Request_BH for the BHCA calculation? i think the second one is more appropriate. isn’t it?