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Traffic HO lower treshold

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    TRFHO
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    Hi, everybody!
    I have a simple question – why traffic HO lower treshold can’t be below 50%?
    And a little bit more complex one – how can I overcome this problem? Lets assume I have Cells A and B. I want to load cell B up to 95% (not more) by taking traffic from cell A. Cell A load I want to keep below 40% till Cell B load reaches 95%. All other neighbour definitions must stay unchanged so that all moving traffic wouldn’t stuck anywhere. Any ideas how to ballance traffic in this situation?

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    pix
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    hi trfho,

    you know that ho algorithms and parameters are very vendor dependent, so your problem will have very different answers whether it is E///, NSN, ALU or Huawei. Which equipment are you working with ?

    Regards,
    pix

    #64506 Reply
    TRFHO
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    Hi Pix,
    I am using Siemens equipment.
    Yes, parameters change from vendor to vendor but basic ideas about load ballancing are the same with some exeptions.

    #64507 Reply
    pix
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    well, in ALU for example, you can define the “high load” threshold below 50%. As long as
    “high” > “low”
    you can choose the values you want.

    otherwise, you can use some “capture handover” causes, activated only when load A is below 40% and load B is below 95%. Typically called “preferred band HO” or “general capture HO”, and setting:
    EN_GENERAL_CPT_HO(A) = enable
    Capture_traffic_condition(A) = HIGH
    high_load_traffic(A) = 40%
    high_load_traffic(B) = 95%

    There you are, the ALU solutions… but not useful for Siemens, I’m afraid 🙁

    Regards
    pix

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