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  • #33843 Reply
    Priya
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    Hi,
    Interesting site, my first query here. I am looking for specific dimensioning rules for SDCCH planning for GSM/GPRS networks. What proportion does one add SDCCH(non- combined) as the number of TRXs go up in one cell-let us say from one TRX to 12TRX per cell case.

    #33844 Reply
    Jeremiah Musabayana
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    hie Harshvadan J. Jani and Sudhir

    Can you please send me your email addresses and contact numbers so that we may share more on switch planning.

    rgds
    Jeremiah Musabayana
    Econet Wireless Zimbabwe
    jmusabayana@econet.co.zw
    2634666531-3
    cell:26391222755

    #33845 Reply
    Hi Jeremiah
    Guest

    Heres My mail address

    amin_sudhir@Hotmail.com

    Rgds,
    Sudhir

    #33846 Reply
    AT
    Guest

    hi,

    those interested in switch planning please keep me in loop as well on ashish_tandon@hotmail.com
    thanks
    ashish

    #33847 Reply
    anboo
    Guest

    I am also lost in Switch planning, please include me in the loop my id is anbuganesh@yahoo.com.

    Priya,

    Pls. share the SDCCH planning for GSM/GPRS n/w.

    All,

    Is 5ess switch planning different from other switch planning , I mean what are the factors in particular, to be considered while planning for 5ess.

    Guess I’ve stuffed too many ques would be great if someone could answer the above ques.

    -anbuganesh@yahoo.com,
    Thanks

    #33848 Reply
    Ajai Joy
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    hii

    Friends I need some information — related to ss7, call processing, class 5 switches. And how do u recommend a career in telecommunication software domain.
    ajai_joy@rediffmail.com

    Regards,
    Ajai

    #33849 Reply
    Nic
    Guest

    Ajai,

    Check out ss7.com for ss7 details and call processing.. I feel ETSI is the best reference.
    About career, well first of all i assume that you are with an operator and want to switch to telcom s/w. If you switch to s/w mostlikely you will be doing testing than development.1. testing will give you more idea on how a product/sw release gets tested but at the same time over a period it becomes mundane job. 2) I also assume that u are in india well telecom testing jobs in UK and US have comedown coz of out sourcing. You can see motorola, nortel, lucent outsourcing testing to Wipro,Infy,TCS and Sasken.

    Be clear why you want to move to telcom s/w !!

    #33850 Reply
    shah
    Guest

    hi sir i want to know what are factors to keep the call countinue b/w the traveel of one ceel ( mobile tower)to another cell and what are the factor of keep droup the call from one cell to another cell

    #33851 Reply
    Nic
    Guest

    Contact ur RF folks, they should be explain you by taking u thru drive test. Theory never helps in RF planning . Get ur hands dirty. ..

    Goodluck

    #33852 Reply
    AT
    Guest

    I second NIC’s opinion on RF.
    best of luck

    #33853 Reply
    Harshvadan Jani
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    Hi jeremiah
    My contacts:
    Cell: +919824004377 (GSM)
    Email: harshvadan.jani@ideacellular.com
    PSTN: +91793232020

    #33854 Reply
    NIC
    Guest

    Hey all,

    Can we start posting interesting problems we all ‘ve encountered. It will be a good learning experience to everyone. WHAT SAY ???

    #33855 Reply
    Sachin Aneja
    Guest

    Hi All,

    I am working on CDMA netowrk.I facing Echo prob . how can i overcome this prob.I am working on lucent BTS.

    Regards

    Sachin

    #33856 Reply
    Sunil-New Thread/Group for NSS
    Guest

    Hi Prabhakar,Jermiyah,Sudhir,Ganesh,Harsha and other friends…

    Shall we open a dedicated Thread/Group for NSS and related issues ?

    Rgds

    Sunil

    #33857 Reply
    anboo
    Guest

    I agree with you Sunil..Go ahead and inform us. Thanks,

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