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RF Load(SFH)

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    SAM
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    Hi

    Assume that I have 2 MAIO group.G-1 0-33 & G-2 0-32 for CH725 to CH791

    Configuration S777
    Example-1
    Cell A: HSN 1 MAIO=G-1(0,2,4,6,8,10)
    Cell B: HSN 1 MAIO=G-1(12,14,16,18,20,22)
    Cell C: HSN 1 MAIO=G-2(1)G-1(24,26,28,30,32)
    And
    Example-2
    Cell A: HSN 1 MAIO=G-1(0,2,4,6,8,10)
    Cell B: HSN 1 MAIO=G-1(12,14,16,18,20,22)
    Cell C: HSN 2 MAIO=G-2(1)G-1(24,26,28,30,32)

    Question:
    1. What will be the RF Load for Example-1&2 please?

    Thanks.

    #62982 Reply
    pix
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    hi,

    i don’t understand your 2 examples… G-1, G-2 ???

    the MAIO is not used to compute the rf load.

    HSN1 = 34 frequencies
    7 TRX over 34 frequencies = 7/34 = 20.5%

    limit is 12% to 16%, so that’s way over the limit, unless not all TRX are used at busy hour.

    cheers
    pix

    #62983 Reply
    SAM
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    Dear pix,
    Thanks for reply.G-1 is frequency group-1(ARFCN 725 to 757)and G-2 is frequency group2(ARFCN 758 to 791). For 2*2 from my example1 as i am using cell C:HSN1 MAIO:1 from frequency group2 and in example2 using cell C: HSN:2 MAIO:1 from frequency group2 along with other MAIO from frequency group1. Now what will be the calculated RF Load for frequency group1&2 according to examole1&2? For calculation what will be the number of frequency? is it 34+33=67 as i am using both the frequency group? what will be the impact for using same or different HSN on load calculation?

    Thanks

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