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C/I is >= 9dB in GSM why????

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    Ram Swaroop Pandey
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    In GSM C/I value thersold is set to greater than 9 dB in Hopping senario. why is so, why we cant take some other value eg 8, 7. in this case also carrier is more than interfreance

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    pix
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    hi,

    because when the C/I is less than 9dB, the BER is too high and the voice quality is degraded.

    C/I = 9dB means that RxQual=4

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