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  • #52069 Reply
    ulva
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    Thank you very much dear

    ^_^

    #52070 Reply
    Gerald
    Guest

    Our subscriber base is reducing everyday but our traffic volume is still the same,why?

    From the formula giving by Ayat, our traffic volume will be approximately 77million Kbyte.

    Please, is there any help or suggestion towards this problem

    #52071 Reply
    uLVa
    Guest

    can i ask again ?

    for paramater performance..
    can explain one by one definition ?
    coz i dont understand
    n i not reference

    tx b4

    #52072 Reply
    Ayat
    Guest

    Dear, ulva

    TCH call Blocking , it present how many subscriber asks for TCH channel and network reply with no avaliable resource.

    so it present how many subscriber request TCH channel to reject this request

    TCH call drop

    after subscriber get TCH and start converstion

    during it the call is dropped for some reasons not related to the subscribers .

    also for SDCCH call drop rate the same

    but SDCCH not for call,it is signaling channel

    also SDCCH blocking rate(%)

    the same for TCH blocking

    i hope it is clear

    may be you can expalin what you need with more calarifaction

    #52073 Reply
    kashif
    Guest

    Hello,
    Can anbody tell me what is KPI and what are the KPI parameters?

    #52074 Reply
    nitin
    Guest

    hi kashif,

    Kpi means ‘key performance index’

    these are used to analyse and optimise the performance of mobile network.the folloving kpi parameters are used.
    1.SDCCH Blocking %
    2.TCH Blocking or congestion
    3.CSSR%
    4.SDCCH DROP
    5.TCH drops
    6.Cell/Traffic Utilizatin and many more their values are depend upon or varies acording to mobile operators need.AS i Know………..

    #52075 Reply
    nitin
    Guest

    hi
    can any 1 help me in telling 10 reasons for TCH DROP and SDCCH drop

    #52076 Reply
    nitin
    Guest

    Hi,

    The main reason behind the TCH And Sdcch drop is congestion. if there is no resource is available in n/w due to high traffic.

    hardware fault also can happen to these type of drops

    #52077 Reply
    hussain
    Guest

    hello

    what does No. of SDCCH Seizure Attempts
    means

    #52078 Reply
    SS Brar
    Guest

    sddh drop reasons
    1. Excessive TA,overshooted cell
    2. Interferance CO Bcch
    3. If no Tch avlable Time of HO or time of orignatin of call.
    4. Wrong Defination( Causes HO Failoure)
    5. Bad RX Level
    6. ICM Band Interference
    7. Site physicaly not optimized( Orientation, tilt, Having swap in rf cables )
    9. Hardware failure.
    10.Transmission Link Fluctution or failure.

    #52079 Reply
    dilip
    Guest

    can anybody tell me d difference b/w SDCCH congestion & SDCCH Blocking…..???
    plz…..

    #52080 Reply
    Fresh Opt
    Guest

    Hi Dilip,
    there is no difference: congestion=blocking.
    Regards,

    #52081 Reply
    Vanderley
    Guest

    Hi,

    some use this:
    Congestion is the time when you do not have free channels.
    Blocking is the number of rejected tch due to congestion (no free channels)
    Both they give yo the picture for example after a concert for 6 minutes you have congestion (10%) but the blocking could be different e.g. 50%.

    #52082 Reply
    Gerald Thomas
    Guest

    how can a low traffic site have TCH or SDCCH congestion?

    #52083 Reply
    Bijoy
    Guest

    Congestion means no channels are free.
    blocking means when no channels are free and a call is made,it doesn’t gets through.

    unit of congestion is time 7 unit og blocking is count or %

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