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26th January 2009 at 13:57 #55529moufGuest
i have e cell facing incoming ho = 0%. the cell is not congested, ho parameters are well configured. please help me!!!26th January 2009 at 14:42 #55530adcguyGuest
Hi mouf, are you able to initiate calls in that particular cell?26th January 2009 at 19:45 #55531pixGuest
e cell = external cell ?
Then it’s probably a MSC misconfiguration. And if each cell belongs to a different MSC, then it’s even more probable than one of the two MSC is misconf.
Check routing tables, LAC definition, CI definition, and whatever (i don’t know the details at all). One thing certain : inc ho = 0% means there are HO requests. Therefore the serving BSC is aware that the e-cell exists.
Therefore, the description of you e-cell in your OMC-R is correct.
Good news if you’re working at the OMC-R… Bad one if you’re a NSS guy 🙂
Pix27th January 2009 at 10:49 #55532moufGuest
adcguy : response to your question is yes. The cell carried traffic and do outgoing handover .
It is a misunderstanding. I mean “a cell facing” not ” e cell”.
All neighbors belong to the same BSC , one LAC et…
In Incoming, we ‘ve got no HO requests and no HO attempts.
In outgoing everything is OK.
(Alcatel vendor). The cell is not at a border location.
Thanks for any help!!!27th January 2009 at 12:55 #55533pixGuest
There were similar problems in B8. Two possible actions:
or change the BSIC (this i’m not sure… perhaps, you should rather try to delete the cell and recreate it from scratch)
If nothing works, then you should raise the issue to your TAC. In which release are you?27th January 2009 at 14:26 #55534moufGuest
The release is B9.
Thanks.30th January 2009 at 08:24 #55535Alex_RGuest
did u check uplink signails of this cell may be link inbalance exist ?31st January 2009 at 20:05 #55536TNSGuest
Are you sure parameter RxLev_min(n) is low enough?
May be I should activate General Capture HO towаrd this cell ( just to get some requests )…
BR18th February 2009 at 13:58 #55537MoufGuest
I solve the problem of incoming ho by deleting and recreating all relations of my cell.
thanks!8th August 2009 at 12:07 #55538adiGuest
I have a poroblem in a cell in remote area have bad incomming and out going hanover.
The distance between the nieghbor cells is 35 km antena height=75m
im using erisson equipment TCC feature is activate on this cell.
pls help..14th June 2011 at 12:59 #55539AlexiaGuest
In calculating HOSR do we consider both incoming and outgoing??
I have some cells with poor incoming but excellent outgoing handover successes.14th June 2011 at 16:47 #55540pixGuest
but then, in another cell, you have very poor outgoing and very good incoming % 🙂
normally, you should consider only the outgoing ho in the HOSR.
pix20th September 2018 at 07:28 #55541HarisonGuest
I don’t understand the Incomming HO and Outgoing HO. Could you to give me their threshold?