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BTS INT & EXT UNAFFECTED & AFFECTED

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    3amoor
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    Hi

    can you help me about this alarm (BTS INT & EXT UNAFFECTED & AFFECTED) reasons and how to solve it

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    SHELDON
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    Hi,

    These are general alarm names. They show that you have an alarm on one of your managed objects (CF, TRXC, TX, RX, etc). You can get the actual alarm name(s) by running: RXMFP:MO=RXOTG-tg, subord, faulty; This will give you the exact alarm(s). From this, you should have a fair idea as to how to resolve it.

    Regards,
    SHELDON

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    3amoor
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    I know that but i need the hardware reasons for this alarm and how to solve it

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    Chris
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    RX performance alarms appears on two timeslots belonging to the same RXOTRX when the command string “rxasp:moty=rxotg” is run. But when
    “RXMFP:MO=RXOTG-tg,subord,faulty” is executed it returns no alarms.
    would feeder sweep tests be recommend or could this issue be localized to RBS internal components?

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    Hendy Wicaksono
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    can you help me about this alarm (BTS INT & EXT UNAFFECTED & AFFECTED) reasons and how to solve it

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    amit mathur
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    i am new in telecom please tell me about rp card data capacity and process of pdch allotement to ericssion bts by bsc

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