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GPRS Blocking

  • This topic has 3 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated 6 years ago by Hanish.
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    Dangerous Minds
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    Hi All,
    I wanted to ask: How can a cell experience GPRS Blocking? I have already assigned 1 Dedicated and 3 Dynamic Timeslots so if more are not available, gprs should work with a low throughput and not display any blocking. Also, that cell is carrying only 1 erlang traffic with 2 TRXs and there is no CS Blocking. I am working on Nokia 2G equipment and this cell is registering Multislot Blocking

    THanks,

    #53393 Reply
    ghamiz
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    multislot blocking is the soft blocking not the hard blocking or rejection, it means that the number of timeslots that are requested by the MS are not being served but a lesser number than requested.

    #53394 Reply
    yusuf
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    I wanted to ask: How can a cell experience GPRS Blocking? I have already assigned 1 Dedicated and 3 Dynamic Timeslots so if more are not available, gprs should work with a low throughput and not display any blocking. Also, that cell is carrying only 1 erlang traffic with 2 TRXs and there is no CS Blocking. I am working on Nokia 2G equipment and this cell is registering Multislot Blocking

    #53395 Reply
    Hanish
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    What is Hard blocking/ Soft Blocking??
    How we can reduce it detailed steps??

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