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  • #61583 Reply
    guru
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    what is Static PDCH Configuration and what is the requirement

    #61584 Reply
    guru
    Guest

    bijoy/pix pls help

    #61585 Reply
    pix
    Guest

    guru,

    it is not alcatel terms, so i cannot help you, sorry.

    #61586 Reply
    Bijoy
    Guest

    Guru
    I think you work in Ericsson.
    Anyways,statis PDCH can be called fixed PDCH & can be used to carry PS traffic only.

    Br\\
    Bijoy

    #61587 Reply
    PDCH
    Guest

    Tnx Bijoy,What if we do not configure static PDCH? can you tell me the difference..

    #61588 Reply
    SHELDON
    Guest

    Hi Guru,

    A static PDCH means that the TS on radio is allocated for only GPRS, ie, that TS cannot be used for voice.

    On-demand PDCHs on the other hand, are only allocated when a user requests for a PDCH. Here, some IDLE TCHs in the CS domain will be converted to PDCHs, and when the GPRS transaction is completed, these PDCHs are converted back to TCHs (after the expiry of PILTIMER). What this means is that, if all the TCHs are busy, then no PDCH can be allocated.

    Thus, allocating a static PDCH in a cell ensures that there’s always a timeslot available for GPRS. If no static PDCH is allocated, then the cell cannot do GPRS when all its TCHs are busy.

    Regards,

    SHELDON

    #61589 Reply
    guru
    Guest

    sheldon ,its clear..thanks a lot

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