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14th April 2010 at 10:29 #62143RF trackerGuest
can anyone explain the process for fatching TA report in alcatel NPO system????14th April 2010 at 16:20 #62144PixGuest
The TA value is stored with the rest of the RMS in the TRX. The TRX sends the Measurement Results to the BSC and also keeps a copy of it in the form of “RMS”.
RMS are then retrieved by the OMCR (through the BSC) once a day.
All measurement results of the “measured period” are used to generate those RMS indicators. Therefore they give a very reealistic view of the kind of radio quality a subscriber gets.
pix15th April 2010 at 06:24 #62145RexGuest
Why TWIN TRXs don’t produce RMS indicators (ALU B9)?
Rex15th April 2010 at 07:10 #62146PixGuest
They should generate RMS reports as well.15th April 2010 at 07:43 #62147RexGuest
Cells which have TWINs don’t have RMS reports. We have RNO, and I hope soon with NPO we are going to have RMS for TWINs. Any idea, what can cause not seeing RMS reports with TWIN TRXs?
Regards,15th April 2010 at 08:03 #62148RF tracker….Guest
Thanks for reply16th April 2010 at 05:14 #62149ManiaGuest
Since we are on the topic, PIX the PMRES-31 files what contain RMS data including TA and Quality are usually encoded any idea why they are decoded and how to decode them as rest of the PMRES-5,18,19 ,180 etc are non decoded.16th April 2010 at 08:48 #62150PixGuest
They are coded in binary format. It is a way for ALU to force the operators to use RNO / NPO softwares 🙂
Radio Optimization job is so much better with RMS availability that I can totally understand this strategy.
pix19th April 2010 at 04:45 #62151ManiaGuest
Any possibility of getting the encoding / decoding algo as I understand the RNO is not alcatel internally developed. also the RNO is slow and bulk extraction from it is tedious, one can develop faster and simpler customizable applications to directly process the OBSYNTS.
Thanks.20th April 2010 at 06:17 #62152PixGuest
RNO and NPO are internally developped and are ALU proprietary solution to decode the RMS format. They are not that slow and bulk extraction is not tedious as long as you know how to do it 🙂
If you want to do it any other way you’ll have to get the binary files description… Perhaps somebody here has already done it ?
pix22nd April 2010 at 05:22 #62153ManiaGuest
Would love to have the binary files description if possible in any way.
Also In my previous network we were working on Alcatel B-9 and our RNO terminal was in another city coordinating remotely we had severe issues with heartbeat failures and starting took around 45 minutes so thats what I call slow, Alcatel Guys blamed it on the Internet connection being slow but their own terminal performed similarly.
Thats why we developed our own software.
Thats why would love to have the the binary description22nd April 2010 at 06:19 #62154PixGuest
I’m sorry, I can’t help you. Did you try asking for it to the Alcatel Guys directly ? As long as you already bought NPO, then there should not be any problem.
pix22nd April 2010 at 23:29 #62155JaGGuest
Binary PM campaign files are already decoded and stored on OMC-R in csv format (if you have NPO). Just look around for a folder with huge number of tar.gz files 😉6th July 2010 at 12:34 #62156AhmadGuest
Is there someone who knows the file description of PMRES in terms of decoding it?
I am suppose to develop a Parser that code convert the file to a readable text file.
But have failed to find a Alcatel Document on the subject.
Cheers.6th July 2010 at 15:01 #62157PixGuest
the file format is proprietary and should not be made public… the only and official PMRES decoder is called NPO 🙂
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