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Switch Planning for GSM

  • This topic has 409 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated 14 years ago by Dude.
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  • #33918 Reply
    sriram
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    Hi sudhir,

    Pl tel me how you calculate BHCA for your switch?also tel me what parameters to be considered to calculate the BHCA.how you are fixing the max BHCA of a swith.thanks in advance…i am with nokia DX200 siwtch…

    #33919 Reply
    reddi kishor
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    i am looking for training in gsm,gprs and cdma technologies.which institute give me a good training on the above technologies.
    mail me kindly.

    yours
    kishor

    #33920 Reply
    prabhakar verma
    Guest

    reddi , seriously i don’t think you will have any institute . which gives such training.. you will find plenty of stuff on the Net itself . As you join any Telecom organization the training on the topic will be System & Vendor specific .
    By the way i assume you are from india,, if not then i may be wrong cause in US , you do have institute imparting such specialization training.. but the price Tag is huge….

    #33921 Reply
    Sunil
    Guest

    Hi reddi kishor ,

    CDMA-Check with MAKTELECOM

    GSM- There is one in India…

    And u can check with USHA-IT Institute…

    Search in YAHOO.CO.IN

    U will get it…

    But Better to work for some time and then get trained..

    Rgds

    Sunil

    #33922 Reply
    Shekhar
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    Jatinder, it will be very of you if you will share me with the info of GSM switch dimensioning. Thanks in advance.

    #33923 Reply
    Mostafa
    Guest

    Hi,

    Did someone know how to calculate subscribers total number in one MSC/VLR based on MSRNs.

    Thanx.

    #33924 Reply
    Oliver Ortiz
    Guest

    Guys:

    I’m working in Network Planning to in a GSM/PCS Operator.
    Please feel free to contact me if you want to exchange information about NSS and BSS planning on GSM/GPRS.

    #33925 Reply
    Harshvadan Jani
    Guest

    Hi oliver
    i m working as Sr. Engineer-Switch.
    Our Sw is AXE-10 (Ericsson built)
    I m facing the pb. of TRAU congestion. Can u help me out??

    rgds,

    HJJani

    #33926 Reply
    Sunil
    Guest

    Hi Harsha,

    Do you have some docs regarding AXE810 & APG40 & APZ 21233 ?

    If you can give me copy it will be very helpfull.

    sunil_almnthat@yahoo.com

    #33927 Reply
    adeola
    Guest

    Please, i need assistance of getting useful materials or links on the web on Network Performance engineering: QoS,Optimization,Systems dimensioning etc

    #33928 Reply
    Oliver
    Guest

    Jani:

    Ericson’s papers recomend GOS 1% for both Ater interface and A interface.
    One important thing is transcoder is a pool share by all BSC’s to improve network resources but during peak hour it could mean congestion because traffic sum up.

    #33929 Reply
    Mostafa
    Guest

    Hi all,

    Can anybody help on this?

    What is the load limit of a C7 link above wich we must add a new C7 link.

    Thanx all.

    #33930 Reply
    Sunil
    Guest

    40 % Load is Normal

    Rgds

    Sunil

    #33931 Reply
    Oliver
    Guest

    Hi Mostafa:

    ITU recomends 200 mErl for each signalling link in normal conditions.
    Under extreme conditions (abnormal events like Christmas, etc.) which cause congestion your switch should support 400 mErl for each signalling link.

    Check your equipment’s specification because some provider like Ericsson accept 300 mErl for each signalling link

    #33932 Reply
    Sunil
    Guest

    Yes NEW-YEAR also one of the ABNORMAL Events,when Subscribers used to do lot of UNWANTED Activitys.

    Like giving Dump Calll.
    SMS-Chatting.
    Talking continously in Drunken Mode.

    Any HAPPY NEW YESR 2004 to you Friends.

    Rgds

    Sunil

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