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14th October 2010 at 07:50 #64676Sarada PrasannaGuest
Can the value of BCC be more than 7?
I found an example from one operator that BCC is 0 to 9.
Will it effect on the network?14th October 2010 at 10:29 #64677korgiGuest
As I know it’s not possible to use more than 7.
Which vendor works with the operator?14th October 2010 at 10:35 #64678MFGuest
It is impossible, becasue BSIC is combination of two OCTAL numbers(BCC+NCC), so have you ever seen any octal number bigger than 7?14th October 2010 at 10:59 #64679pixGuest
You are probably mistaking the BCC and the BSIC.
BSIC = 1 => NCC = 0, BCC = 1
BSIC = 7 => NCC = 0, BCC = 7
BSIC = 8 => NCC = 1, BCC = 0
BSIC = 9 => NCC = 1, BCC = 1
As said before, you can’t exceed 7, because it is coded in one byte.
If this operator found a way to code 9 values within one Byte, then they are the next Einsteins.
pix17th October 2010 at 18:05 #64680Sarada PrasannaGuest
Thank you all for your support.
I am working for MTNL- Motorola. I am getting the BSIC 18, 19 , 38 & 39.
Thats why I asked the query.
Please reply me. . .17th October 2010 at 19:11 #64681TanujGuest
the value of bsic in motorola is in octal thats why u are getting such value we are also using moto in our nw here and we have similar values, 39 bsic means ncc=4, bcc=718th October 2010 at 07:02 #64682Sarada PrasannaGuest
Thanks for your reply.
Can you tell me the formula for converting BSIC from Octal to Normal.18th October 2010 at 09:44 #64683RexGuest
BSIC(dec)=NCC(oct)*8+BCC(oct)19th October 2010 at 20:44 #64684pixGuest
you can use the calculator from ms windows. Use the “scientific” calculator.
Type your BSIC, in “dec”.
Then click on “oct”. You’ll see your NCC/BCC.
In excel, juste convert your BSIC from decimal to octal. The function is probably called “OCT()”
pix21st October 2010 at 05:55 #64685Sarada PrasannaGuest
Dear Pix. .
Kindly tell me how can I convert from Octal to decimal.
My BSICs are
32,33,34,35,36,37,38,3921st October 2010 at 09:04 #64686SHELDONGuest
I think the values in motorola are rather in decimal, not octal. You can’t have 39 in octal.
Normal BSIC values are in octal, but in your case, it seems they’re converted to decimal.
To convert the decimal to octal, you can use the excel formula DEC2OCT.
Eg, if your BSIC is 39, you can convert it to the normal basic by typing: =DEC2OCT(39).
SHELDON21st October 2010 at 09:05 #64687SHELDONGuest
sorry..I meant normal BSIC….not basic