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    Need some help from some of the best RF engineers in this forum. i have recently started working as a RF Optimization Engineer. Questions will follow as i really understand the basics of RF optimization:

    heres one of the basic question

    In a dual band network whats the criteria for Handovers:
    i mean from 1800 to 900 and
    from 900 to 1800, what should be the signal levels.(one think to be kept in mind for indoor coverage i want more traffic to be on the 900 band.)

    #36421 Reply

    So I want…

    #36422 Reply
    gynanendra sinha

    hi sudhir
    what type of bss u r using ?


    #36423 Reply

    sudhir, what vendor equipment do you use?

    #36424 Reply

    I’m not sure if I understand your question precisely… but Handover follows a lot of criteria depending on the configuration of a particular BTS.. Power, Signale Strength, congestions, Adjacencies etc… it’s really depend on how your RF engineers configured your network of your BTS sites… Now, in an ideal situation, the 900 band will normally accept the handover.. but again in some networks, it is configured to pass the handover on the 1800 band.

    #36425 Reply

    hi sudhir,

    i think it is a bit late by now but still did u find any answer to ur question or not. i really appreciate ur question. if u have got answar then please let me know. if not then we can discuss further.

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