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Erlang B formula for Excel

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    Sal

    Hi ppl,

    Does anyone have the excel formula for Erlang B calculations and also a formula for working out from that how many Channels are needed?

    This question is specifically related to the traffic between MS and BTS.

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    Zahid Hussain
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    Ron L

    I have a very elementary Excel formula limited to 144 circuits – 6 T-1’s

    Would you like it ??

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    Tom Howard
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    Erlang for Excel

    Supporting all versions of Excel (both 32 and 64 bit), this add-in introduces eight Erlang functions that you can easily use in your workbooks to analyse your telecommunications trunk groups and estimate the number of call center agents you need at your inbound call center.

    Westbay Engineers were the first company to put Erlang functions online (in 1996) and, three years later, the first to integrate Erlang with Microsoft Excel.

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