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Fractional Load Sharing

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    David
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    Hi All,

    Is there anyone to explain me wat is meant by fractional load sharing?

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    Pix
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    I now fractional frequency reuse only… In which equipment does it take place ?

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    David
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    Hi Pix,

    No, i wanted fractional load sharing in specific. We use Ericsson equipments, n yeah i hope i know about fractional frequency reuse.

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    David
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    Pix,

    Do you mean to say fractional frequency reuse can be the same as fractional load sharing?

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    Pix
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    Hi David,

    I’m just saying I don’t know what is fractional load sharing, so I can’t help, sorry.

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    Ed
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    Hi David,

    Correct me if im wrong, fractional load sharing acts as cell load sharing wherein a cell can distribute its traffic load to its neighboring cell at heavy traffic load scenario.

    The percent of traffic cut off can be dimensioned and is dependent on how much traffic you want for a certain cell to carry before it performs handover to its neighboring cell.

    For ericsson equipment try to check following parameters:CLSLEVEL CLSACC RHYST CLSRAMP CLSTIMEINTERVAL AND HOCLSACC.

    Normal handover ranking still applies for the said scenario.

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    David
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    Thanks Ed,

    I hope it is right. but could u tell me the different types of it?

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    Ed
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    I dont have any idea regarding types of it if it has any..I havent encountered it has types..

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