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pmDlCredits 1800?

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  • #58492 Reply
    Wicop
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    Hello all,

    Please help me. What is this mean?

    pmDlCredits = 1800 in one hour for RBS.

    #58493 Reply
    Zbigniew
    Guest

    Hi Wicop,

    do you have E/// equipment ?

    In case of E/// this should be a counter for the HW usage in the RBS. 1800 / 3600 (sec) means 50 % usage of the DL Channel Elements in the related hour.

    Regards

    Zbigniew

    #58494 Reply
    Wicop
    Guest

    Hello, Zbigniew,

    Thank you for yor response,

    Can you describe your answer?

    50% usage for DL CE or DL and UL CE?

    I think 1800 sec for DL CE, and 1800 secfor UL CE sum of this sec-s 3600sec.

    Do you have document about this KPI? Please contact me

    wicop_mn@yahoo.com

    Thank you

    BR,
    Wicop

    #58495 Reply
    Ater
    Guest

    WICOP

    The recomended formula to monitor CE usage ( DL in this case)

    pmSumDlCredits/pmSamplesDlCredits gives the avg of RBS CE usage in the period (15′ ROP)

    pmDlCredits is not that easy to use because its a pdf counter and the calculation should be equal to the above formula

    #58496 Reply
    Wicop
    Guest

    Hello Ater,

    Thank you for your response.

    I have more question about this issue. Please send your contact information to wicop_mn@yahoo.com

    Thank you again,

    Wicop

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