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Offered traffic more than Channels avlb?

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    Gami
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    Hi,
    im a student learning cellular communications. pls help me with this problem…

    How can the traffic be more than the number of channels avlb? Like in the erlang B table, at higher GOS, the offered traffic is higher than the number of channels availabe! How is this possible??

    Pls help to explain!

    #64428 Reply
    pix
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    hi,

    the traffic in the erlang table is what is “incoming”.
    With a GOS of 50%, it means that 50% of this traffic is NOT carried : it is rejected.

    For example:
    offered traffic = 60erl
    GOS = 50%
    # channels = 32

    The 32 channels are carrying only 50% of the 60erl.

    (values used are just for illustration, i didn’t check the erl table)
    regards
    pix

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