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Aircom ASSET Model tuning

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    Bloker
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    Dear All/pix,

    does anyone have any ASSET model training experience? k parameters, etc? if yes please someone send me 🙂

    #53595 Reply
    Abdel
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    Dear Bloker,

    For model tunning u need to make CW measurement to get the right k parameters. For this u need some equipment to do a tranmitter a the base station site and a receiver at top of a car. I don’t think there is a training seperate model tunning provided by aircom but u can find optimization training from aircom if u need it.

    Abdel

    #53596 Reply
    Bloker
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    Dear Abdel, thanks for your reply,

    do you mean Continuous Wave by CW? if so why do you need a CQ transmitter? wouldnt the actual RF transmission would do it?

    as you know you can use TEMs to get CW measurements, in the scanner +CW option.

    would this help if so, how to reflect these measurements onth K parameters?

    thanks !

    #53597 Reply
    Abdel
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    Dear Blocker,

    Yes I mean contineous wave. Yes, I was told that TEMS has the CW measurement but I am not sure whether the file output generated by the TEMS can be loaded to the CW survey data, when u try to input you will see a couple of different vendors of CW analysis tool data. I think this CW data on the TEMS investigation is supposed to be used for the TEMS Cellplanner. How to reflect the CW measurement is a long story so please provide me with ur id and I will send it a doc to u regarding the model tuning and calibrations.

    Abdel

    #53598 Reply
    Bloker
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    My Email is Bloker[at]hotmail.com

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