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# Converting CCS to minutes

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• #35096 Reply Rob Lencke
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Is there a formula for converting CCS (Call Hundred Seconds) to minutes regarding traffic stats?

I want to track terminating minutes on a trunk group to make sure I’m being billed correctly by the carrier, but the switch reports trunk group usage in CCS.

#35097 Reply dmck
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CCS equates to the number of call seconds in the sample, divided by 100. ie 3600 seconds in 1 hour = 36 ccs

To convert to minutes, multiply CCS by 100 (converts back to total call time in seconds) then divide by 60 (convert secs to minutes)

#35098 Reply Mariana Garcia
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According to above,
Min=CCS*100/60
Min= 1.666CCS

Why if I use simple math (as follow) instead of multiply X 100 then divide by 60, you get the wrong answer?
What is wrong whit this:

1H=3600sec=36CCS
1/60sec=1Min

3600/60Min=36CCS
60Min=36CCS
Min=0.6CCS

#35099 Reply N.E.
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Thank Mariana about useful information. I used these conversation and calculated traffic minute as ((X(ccs)/36)(erlang))/total_call_value*60 for result in minute, or *3600 in second

Filtered formula
((CCS_value*36)/total_call)*60=ALOC in minute.

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