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AMR VS RX Quality

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  • #52410 Reply
    aso
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    dear
    I have problem when our network Apply AMR feature after the implementation RX Quality(0~4) reduce 2% it is fine if this reduction occur or there is problem ?????

    #52411 Reply
    pix
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    Rxquality is measured from drivetest or from statistics ?

    it looks like a paradox indeed, but you should check the number of samples : maybe you have the same amount of samples within RXQUAL 0-4, and more samples with RXQUAL > 4 (compared to before). Therefore, the ratio is less favorable after AMR. Perhaps, before that, the samples > 4 were limited by the occurence of a drop. Thanks to AMR : no more drop, but the call is kept with a qual > 4.

    It has to be analyzed, i’m not saying this is what is happening exactly. But you see how AMR can modify your average quality.

    #52412 Reply
    aso
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    pix
    Rx Quality in both Statistic and drive test reduced let say if I’m doing the drive test with the same routes I think the measurement will be the same if there is no drop at Rx quality greater then 5 as we put for bad Quality indication for performing emergency HO.
    thank you

    #52413 Reply
    pix
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    i gave you all the explanations i could think of, time to do your homework now 🙂 drive tests, voice quality comparison AMR / non AMR, measurement reports, KPI analysis, etc…

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