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29th July 2003 at 22:01 #36216PatGuest
Can anyone explain the GSM cell id format? What do the digits mean?
Thanks.30th July 2003 at 03:43 #36217NguyenGuest
CI (cell identity) = xXYYZ, where
xX: BSC number
YY: BTS number within the BSC
Z: Cell number within the BTS
Z=0 for the omni site, Z=(1-3) for the sectoral site.
CGI (cell global identification) = MCC-MNC-LAC-CI, where
MCC=AAA: mobile country code
MNC=BB: mobile network code
LAC=ccCCC: location area code
CI: cell id (see above)
For example, CGI = 452 02 341 5012
452=MCC of Vietnam
02=MNC of VinaPhone network
This is the second cell of the BTS-1 in the BSC-5.30th July 2003 at 14:41 #36218PatGuest
Thanks Nguyen. I have one other question. Part of the overhead messaging contains Cell Allocation Information and Neighbor Cell Information. Each has a Number of Channels and then a channel list. Do you know what the differences are? I understand the neighbor list, but I’m a little confused on the cell allocation list.
Pat5th August 2003 at 20:51 #36219imranGuest
can u plz tell me any certificationthat i can do on GSM and where plz6th August 2003 at 04:48 #36220NguyenGuest
I know some web site that provide the training and certifications: http://www.inacon.com, http://www.wraycastle.com, http://www.pmcg-consultancy.co.uk, etc. However you cannot download any document from these sites.
If anyone knows where to download GSM technical/training document for free, pls kindly advise.11th August 2011 at 08:15 #36221palanethraGuest
is there any way to get cellid and lac value wen i am having latlong and mcc and mnc values….?
please help.11th August 2011 at 12:21 #36222pixGuest
no, the LAC and Cell ID are unique values that are not “contained” into lat/long, MNC and MCC.
pix26th November 2012 at 09:07 #36223anil bhanGuest
dear all i want a software which is available now a days which can determine the lat/long values from decimal to degree, and degree to decimal values along with all traffic
values including LAC, CELL ID, BTS ID, RX VALUE FOR MY NOKIA X3 MOBILE16th June 2020 at 21:15 #72993BuleGuest
Cek lokasi 08531434595019th September 2020 at 18:07 #74353ZzzzzGuest
Is it normal to find a gsm Cell without any code? No cid no mcc no mcc or any other code. I think it could be a gsm spy Cell.