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    Ron
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    Hi,
    what does it mean MS Tx Power=7 in drive test measurement. Is it in dBm or it is coded value?
    Regards,
    Ron

    #67842 Reply
    pix
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    7 could be a code or it could be the actual poer in dBm. Do you see any other values ?
    In 45.005, here is the coding:

    Power Code; MS Output power (dBm)

    For MS in the 900MHz band:

    0-2;39
    3;37
    4;35
    5;33
    6;31
    7;29
    8;27
    9;25
    10;23
    11;21
    12;19
    13;17
    14;15
    15;13
    16;11
    17;9
    18;7
    19-31;5

    For MS in the 1800MHz band:

    29;36
    30;34
    31;32
    0;30
    1;28
    2;26
    3;24
    4;22
    5;20
    6;18
    7;16
    8;14
    9;12
    10;10
    11;8
    12;6
    13;4
    14;2
    15-28;0

    #67843 Reply
    Ron
    Guest

    Thanks Pix,
    as I can see it’s coded value. During DT measurements TXLevel varies from 5 to 15 wich means from 33 dBm to 13 dBm. That means varies from MS_TXPWR_MAX=33dBm to MS_TXPWR_MIN=13 dBm (the values given in our network). Everything is clear now. Thanks man!
    Best Regards,
    Ron

    #67844 Reply
    pix
    Guest

    glad i could help, keep in touch 😉

    cheers
    pix

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