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ping-pong during reselection

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  • #60146 Reply
    Fresher
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    please help me to solve What all can be done to avoid the ping-pong during reselection on cell boundry?

    #60147 Reply
    AliAsgher
    Guest

    Please check what is the value of CRH (Cell reselection hysteresis) You can increase this value say to 6 or 8dB for reducing ping pong cell reselections.

    #60148 Reply
    Pan
    Guest

    Sorry, Ali, but CRH is for inter-LA cell reselection only/

    #60149 Reply
    Pix
    Guest

    if cells belong to the same LAC, then increase the Temporary Offset & the Penalty Time in each cell.

    Or if possible, redefine the cell borders (by adjusting antennas).

    -pix

    #60150 Reply
    AliAsgher
    Guest

    Pan,

    I just mis understood the term ‘cell boundry’. Confused it with with LAC boundry.

    #60151 Reply
    Sheldon
    Guest

    Hi Fresher,

    Ping-pong reselection can be caused by the lack of a dominant server(if you know what that is) in the area. Analyze your drivetest logfile and see if you can make some tilt changes for the cells concerned. Hope this helps.

    #60152 Reply
    Aziz
    Guest

    hi,

    if the cells are in the same LAC try to adjust the value of CRO,
    if the cells are in different LAC
    try to adjust the value of CRH
    to avoid frequent cell reselection.

    #60153 Reply
    Firas
    Guest

    the CRO can work, but i will go with Sheldon, we need to have dominant server

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