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TFP Frame on AbisoverIP or AbisOptimisat

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    Dan
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    I read a doc (ericsson) talking about Abis optimisation and Abis over IP,
    and they talk about TFP frame.
    Some one have an idea about a TFP frame
    I think that TFP stand for
    Traffic forwarding Protocol

    refresh about Abis Optimisation:
    instead of using (31+1)64kbits TS, on Abis Optimisation, we are using Super Channel (SC)
    A SC is a group of at least 8 to 31 TS.
    A BTS is able to receive (in Ericsson) 4 SC that are grouped themselves in what we call a SuperChannelGroup SCGR
    Traffic and signaling are sent on the SC using a packet protocol.
    Using the method of super channel allow to save bandwith
    If we use Abis over IP, we still use super channel, but they are talking about TFP-frame and P-GSL frame
    The P_GSL frame are the frame that carry I think the GPRS traffic
    But what about the TFP frame?

    #54028 Reply
    Dan
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    Thank you

    #54029 Reply
    dan
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    Hi
    and thank you to answer on TFP

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