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PDCH Utilization

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  • #57923 Reply
    toto
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    Hi all,
    is there anybody to help me, how I can calculate(counter_formula) the PDCH Utilization in Alcatel_B10 systems.Which counters are affected?
    Thank you in advance

    #57924 Reply
    Pix
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    what is your definition of PDCH utilization ? if it is an alcatel indicator, you are able to find its formula in NPO.

    If it’s your own indicator, you have to define the formula yourself, or at least define what it means.

    #57925 Reply
    toto
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    Hi Pix, may be my question was not so correct…I want to know how to calculate the PDCH load in Alcatel_B10 systems..

    #57926 Reply
    Pix
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    Hello toto,

    But my question remain correct ๐Ÿ™‚ If PDCH Load is “your” indicator then it’s up to you to define it.

    If you’re referring to an existing ALU (Alcatel-LUcent) indicator, then you will find the formula in NPO:

    GPRS_DL_PDTCH_load (GTRPDDPDSLE)
    Slave PDTCH downlink occupancy per cell.
    Reference: maximum number of PAGCH/PDTCH/PACCH blocks that can be sent considering the cumulative time during which PDCH(s) (slave ) are established and carry at least one UL or DL TBF.

    ( (P350a) / (12 * (P38e) * 4.166666667))

    or in other words:
    GPRS_DL_RLC_block_PDTCH / (12 * GPRS_PDCH_limited_DL_traffic_time * 4.166666667)

    … and in uplink:

    GTRPDUPDSLE
    ( (P350b) / (12 * (P38f) * 4.166666667))

    or in other words:
    GPRS_UL_RLC_block_PDTCH / (12 * GPRS_PDCH_limited_UL_traffic_time * 4.166666667)

    #57927 Reply
    toto
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    Hi Pix,
    thank you for answer..
    In all, my idea was to calculate how is the average load for the PDCH’s per cell for one or two weeks, i.e. how much is the percentage of usage(load) of this PDCH for this period.
    Unfortunately for the moment I can’t use NPO and I can’t see the counters for this parameters.My idea is to write formula in our SQL data base and for this I’m looking for counter which are affected in this..

    #57928 Reply
    Pix
    Guest

    Toto,
    Ok, i understand. In the formula below you can see the counters which are used : “P350a”, “Pxx” etc

    #57929 Reply
    toto
    Guest

    Hi Pix, thank you..
    Is’t possible to explain me what is the meaning of this multiple “12*”and “*4,1666667”..Sosorry for my stupid question but I want understand formula and edit for period of 2 week.

    #57930 Reply
    Pix
    Guest

    toto,

    Com’on !! your questions are not stupid at all.

    but you are really very very lazy. I’m sorry to be so harsh, and i don’t mean to be mean… but really…

    Do you have any gprs background ?
    do you understand the meaning of each counter Pxx in the formula ?

    I let you find out by yourself ๐Ÿ™‚

    12 = ???
    4.6666 = ???

    such numbers are found ony once in GPRS/GSM.

    Tomorrow evening i will answer ๐Ÿ˜›

    #57931 Reply
    Nuno
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    I’m one of operator seluler employee in indonesia.

    Could you help me please, how to know ABIS utilization in BR80.43A (NSN Equipment).

    #57932 Reply
    Bijoy
    Guest

    Hi Nuno
    Check for Dynamic abis Measurements

    Br\\
    Bijoy

    #57933 Reply
    pdch utilization
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    how many user can use 1 pdch?

    #57934 Reply
    Nuno
    Guest

    Bijoy,
    Thx a lot…so where can i find the document.

    #57935 Reply
    Bijoy
    Guest

    Hi Nuno
    Pls check in NED.

    Br\\
    Bijoy

    #57936 Reply
    Nuno
    Guest

    Bijoy,
    As i know, NED is for Nokia Equipment. And our equipment is Siemens.
    Thx

    #57937 Reply
    mohammed
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    Any one can provide (counter_formula) the PDCH Utilization for Ericsson from cell leavel

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