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22nd July 2004 at 13:57 #34460Pramod NairGuest
We calculate traffic in terms of Erlang
Take the total nos of TRX in to consideration,Remove the BCCH time slot and we have got 7 ts in one carrier .
Take the equivalent erlang in the TS
Take erlang per subscriber
divide the total erlang by erlang per carrier(depending on the carrier)
And lo u get the max subsccriber(max voice traffic)in the carrier25th July 2004 at 07:18 #34461Mohammed NayeemuddinGuest
Hi Mr Pramod Nair
Thankyou v much for your eplanation regarding trafic chnanel. Really u r brilliant, i have ask this question to many people, but no one could answer this question.Pls if u have some important technical points regading GSM And CDMA concepts pls let me know.And if i have any doubts i will give you trouble again.
Thankyou once again26th July 2004 at 06:33 #34462SatheeshGuest
I’m new to this domain with only little knowledge of the Telecom/Switching. I wish to know more about various switches, their CDR formats and how CDR is passed on to the external billing system (eg ftp)
I want to improve my knowledge of telecom technology and request u experts to guide me on the same
where can i get these information on CDRs of various switches?
Where can i find the replies to the queries? I hadn’t seen much on this page
Satheesh28th July 2004 at 12:33 #34463Pramod NairGuest
some body with material on GPRS /EDGE DIMENSIONING
JUST GIVE A PING29th July 2004 at 12:19 #34464NareshGuest
every one i am new for this domain
i want shair experience
and learn from all of you4th August 2004 at 08:33 #34465Saikat SarkarGuest
I’m new to GSM Tech.
Pls let me know the DUAMCO, CU, DULNA & their relations regarding SIEMENS BTS7th August 2004 at 09:33 #34466subaGuest
Can anyone help me in knowing about CAMEL’s CAP messages formats.
please help me out,
Can anyone send any document about it.
suba12th August 2004 at 15:43 #34467Vuyof NgwoGuest
In respond to your question,of howmany voice calls can be made in one traffic channel,I will tell you 7 calls can be made.Following the GSM principles of 8 TS,this means 7calls can be made while one TS is left for signallisation.14th August 2004 at 06:43 #34468Mohammed NayeemuddinGuest
Mr Vouyf ngwo
Thankyou v much for your response for my question.One thing i did’nt uderstand that in one traffic channel there will be 24 TDMA frames and each TDMA frame having 8 times slot ie 8 bursts and each lasts for .577 ms.so if want to know ,how many calls can be made in one traffic channel will it be 7 or 7×24.
second thing accoding to Mr promod nair explanation on 22nd july 04,he has shown one procedure. consider total no of TRX then remove BCCH, take eqvivalent erlang in TS,then take erlang per subscriber then divide total erlangs by erlangs per carrier to find no of vioce calls can be made in one traffic channel at a time.
Going through all this, can you give more clear explanation, that how can we find the total nuber of voice calls we can make in one traffic channel at a time.29th August 2004 at 11:37 #34469yacineGuest
i like to receive document pdf about bts siemens XL2407th September 2004 at 20:20 #34470emugerwaGuest
Is anyone in knowledge of why we CAMEL billing principles? That is what parameters should exist in the CDR for proper roaming? My address is email@example.com for any replies thanks15th September 2004 at 13:11 #34471KiranGuest
Hi,Can u give the Details of Radio
Network Management(GSM Network).
I need Source of Information and Book on this topic20th September 2004 at 16:54 #34472HariGuest
Can i know what is you are looking for?.
-Hari24th September 2004 at 19:52 #34473Mohammad YasinGuest
I am working on NOKIA BSC’s and have problem in using function of SPLITTING BSSs i.e to shift a site from one BSC to another.Please if anyone can help me mail me at
Thanks27th September 2004 at 02:02 #34474JCDGuest
I’m also very much interested in knowing the theory behind Cell Split… How does it defer against Half-Rate?
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