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Erlang greater than the no. of TCH

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    Vijay Kumar Bansal
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    Hi,
    If we refer Erlang B table with GoS of greater than 30% then the equipped traffic is greater than the number of TCH… how is it possible…??

    #63473 Reply
    pix
    Guest

    hi,

    the value of the traffic that you see in the erlang table is the incoming traffic. 30% of the incoming traffic is rejected, while 70% is carried by the system.

    Multiply the value of the traffic by 70%, I’m sure it will be less than the amount of channels.

    regards
    pix

    #63474 Reply
    Vijay
    Guest

    Hi Pix,
    Ok…the value in Erlang table is equipped erlang and equipped erlang can be less than or greater than the carried erlang…is it so??
    thanks
    regards,
    vijay

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    pix
    Guest

    in the erlang table, you se the “offered” traffic, which I called the “incoming” traffic.
    The “carried” traffic is not shown, but can be calculated = incoming traffic * blocking rate.

    regards
    pix

    #63476 Reply
    Vijay
    Guest

    HI Pix,
    Thanks a lot..

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