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19th April 2005 at 10:14 #34038mukesh mishraGuest
I am working a RF Planning for BSNL India project.
Any one can help me for Hex code decoding of layer -3 message.
I will very thank full24th April 2005 at 16:10 #34039fadiforhGuest
i have problem with rbs2206
in dxu rbs fault occure but it works too
how i can remove this problem25th April 2005 at 06:50 #34040LaxmanGuest
I’m doing a course on GSM and it’s protocol. Please suggest some good books or sites for information on Designing Um Interface, Abis interface, and GSM security.
Thanks!26th April 2005 at 19:46 #34041samGuest
I have experienced ts synch faults t1 test clean every time radio replaced what else?27th April 2005 at 18:21 #34042MarwanGuest
we have HR/TCH turned-on on cell basis, & we have TRA pool congestion & high utilization on the BSS level due to extra traffic, suggestions was to turn off the HR/TCH on the cells. what is the impacts on MSC & BSCs, by turning-off HR/TCH on cells.
k.rgrds2nd May 2005 at 06:35 #34043Ashwin YerzigadooGuest
Just discovered this site n it’s indeed very useful.
I’m doing a course in telecommunications.. Anyone has worked with NEC-NEAX-61E?
I would like to know the limitations of the system,esp. the number of digits that it can handle.14th May 2005 at 06:54 #34044amareshGuest
anybody tell me how to design Mobility Management Database table,& what are attributes to be stored.16th May 2005 at 04:31 #34045SandoshakGuest
As per your query on messages/dialogues interchange let me clarify to you that:::
MAP MESSAGES ARE THEMSELVES ROUTED ON THE BASIS OF GT.
I take a simple example using analogy:
If YOU are at DELHI and you want to send some LETTER to ME at BANGALORE.
Then you place that LETTER into an ENVELOP and put my ADDRESS over it.
This LETTER reaches POST OFFICE where address is analysed and finally the LETTER reaches me.
Now in the above example just replace the following words as:
YOU = SSN of MSC/VLR.
LETTER= MAP or CC Message/dialogue.
ME = SSN of HLR.
ENVELOPE= Sinalling PACKET.
ADDRESS= GLOBAL TITLE.
POST OFFICE= GT Translator.
I think I have made my point pretty clear..that MAP or CC messages are themselves piggy backed over packets which are routed on the basis Of GT.
PS: This page is too heavy for my dialup i-net connection.,so pls send any queries regarding this directly to firstname.lastname@example.org May 2005 at 08:26 #34046mahmudGuest
I need help for traning
raster to vector16th May 2005 at 11:51 #34047joeGuest
hi all.. does anybody have the ewsd switch spec for v6.2..
i’ve looked for it in google but didn’t find it..
if anyone has a pdf or html or any soft copy of it, would you please share it to me..
joe17th May 2005 at 07:24 #34048subhash reddyGuest
iam working as rf engg.can anybody send me nokia ultra bts related alarms list(gsm) and remeady for it.
thanks19th May 2005 at 21:48 #34049OkenwaGuest
Please I’m interested in SWITCH planning too,I am also working as an Engineer-switing in GSM PLMN/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 and help with some documents.
Pl. send me any details if any of u can get on this topic.
thanks20th May 2005 at 09:33 #34050Sean FosterGuest
Does anybody know the procedure for upgrading Nokia BTS’s to EDGE?
Basically looking for BTS models, card’s to be upgraded (name & model number)
Procedure(s) for field and switch?
Timescales for doing this upgrade
Many thanks for any help…..21st May 2005 at 10:43 #34051yogieGuest
I found difficulties to intepret C7 and R2 Message Signaling. so if anybody know and has the cause-value signaling table, please broadcast to me.
thanks in advance
Yogie28th May 2005 at 19:37 #34052TaiyeGuest
What is T1?
A dedicated phone connection supporting data rates of 1.544Mbits per second. A T-1 line actually consists of 24 individual channels, each of which supports 64Kbits per second. Each 64Kbit/second channel can be configured to carry voice or data traffic