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Path imbalance

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  • #64134 Reply
    mj
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    Please help
    what is UL/DL path imbalance from the RF point of view?
    How can it be reduced?

    #64135 Reply
    Mania
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    Path balance is the difference between the path loss in UL and DL. Ideally the cell sites are planned to keep it to 0. its planned keeping in mind the RF Losses of connectors, combiners, cables etc.
    Path imbalance can occur due to hardware issues and their resolution resolved the case.

    #64136 Reply
    Tanuj
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    Path imbalance is mostly due to hardware issues as explained by mania

    #64137 Reply
    manish
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    how to remove path imbalance

    #64138 Reply
    vivek
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    Besides checking H/w alos check if the antenna is having Uptilt..??

    it may also result in PI cases.

    #64139 Reply
    Alex_R
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    In some cases you have to install TMA to solve path imbalance

    #64140 Reply
    Juan Diego Calderon Otero
    Guest

    I have the same problem, how can I fix it?

    #64141 Reply
    murari
    Guest

    Path balance is only due to harware issue b/w trx to antenna.
    VSWR or any loose connection is main reason for this.For rectification pls check VSWR,TRX test and end to end connectivity b/w trx to antenna port.

    #64142 Reply
    Ramakrishna
    Guest

    How to solve the path imbalance

    #64143 Reply
    sankar
    Guest

    path imbalance

    #64144 Reply
    pritam
    Guest

    to rectfy it,check the connecting point of diffrnt hardware.also go through the rssi value to perform more rectfcation

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