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14th January 2002 at 12:31 #33738SudhirGuest
I am working as a BSS planning engg for one of the mobile operators.I want
to increase my scope of knowledge by Learning some basic things about
planning. I will be highly obliged if you can send me some material or for
that matter suggest me some website or any available books in the market,
that will help me out in understanding the basic concept of switch
planning..i am looking for basic things like for eg: what paramters govern
the switch capacity, how a switch reacts to overload conditions, what is
loadA and LoadB…..harware limitations, signalling limitations etc.1st February 2002 at 16:04 #33739RaquelGuest
Try to look at http://www.privateline.com
Maybe It helps!9th February 2002 at 01:40 #33740JulesGuest
I am also working with one of the local operators, and I have been looking also for guidelines on switch planning. Would yo u mind sharing some info?
Thanks in advance,
Jules10th February 2002 at 10:38 #33741SudhirGuest
I will be happy to share my experience and knowledge. we are using Siemens equipment, right from the switch to the BTS.on the RF side i have a sound background, and Switching side is what i am lagging. But still whatever info i have i can definetly share with you. Do write to me if u have any queries may be i can answer.
And Raquel thanks for the web link, i got some useful things, its really worth.
Thanks once again for your responses.24th May 2002 at 12:28 #33742CharlieGuest
I have just started to work in planning and optimisation for GSM operator. Would you please just share with me any relevant info, websites or materials, that might help me get a smooth start.
regards25th May 2002 at 14:06 #33743SudhirGuest
Kindly let me u r into which field, RF, BSS or Switching. some technological info u will get from http://www.privateline.com
if u have any doubts write to me, i will try to explain it in simple words..
bye27th May 2002 at 06:14 #33744Santosh V MahadikGuest
I am working for Basic Telephony Company in Networks.
My responsibility is planning and management of Wired, Wireless, Fixed Wireless.
I required detailed information on Switch planning for wired, wireless (CDMA) and fixed wireless.
Please help me out.
Santosh V Mahadik28th May 2002 at 10:08 #33745CharlieGuest
Thanks for your previous response. I deal mostly with RF, but also involved in BSS. I’ll checkout the site you reffered me to. My email addr is sthisa001@hotmail
Thanks& regards13th June 2002 at 06:19 #33746Harshvadan J. JaniGuest
Hi Sudhir, Charlie, Raquel,& Jules.
i am also working as an Engineer-SWITCH at a private GSM operator.
we have ERICSSON SWITCH
i am interested that so many of u are interested in SWITCH planning.
i hope u all dont mind to include me in this topic.
Pl. send me any details if any of u can get on this topic.
thanks8th July 2002 at 12:26 #33747FerozeGuest
It seems U all r playing wuth the topic.Either U people r passing time orYou dont want to share.9th July 2002 at 11:41 #33748Jeremiah MusabayanaGuest
hie Harchvadan J.Jani
At least I got someone who is in my fied. I have just started working with a local mobile operator as a Switching and Value Added Service Planning Engineer. I also wish to learn as much information as possible in this field.9th July 2002 at 18:11 #33749SudhirGuest
I think guys are asking for info: heres some which i have collected for siemens switch based on the live network as on date.
VLR capacity =120,000
BHCA = 1.7
Max no of CCS7 links=112 @200mErlangs.
NO of LTGs= 256(1024E1s).
The above figures are valid for 100% CP load A.
Siemens is coming out with higher capacity switch, the details i will provide once the switch is implemented.
you can post ur questions ..and i will try to reply them in simple words.
Thanks.11th July 2002 at 13:59 #33750daveGuest
Who can provide the Guidelines for Implementing a Signalling System No.7 Network (ITU 1991) for me ?
I want to get a copy.
Thank you in advance!!!12th July 2002 at 07:39 #33751jerryGuest
Any one with information(documentation) on switch planning to inform me so that we can make an arrangement.12th July 2002 at 18:36 #33752Harshvadan JaniGuest
Hi Jeremiah Musabayana
happy to know one new friend interested in Switch Planning.
which Switch do ur operator have?
what VAS do u provide?