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Short calls and long calls

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  • #68034 Reply
    Dinendran
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    What is the priliminary differnce b/n short calls and long calls during DT??

    #68035 Reply
    dinu
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    ny one pls comment

    #68036 Reply
    Rex
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    Hi,
    with short calls you make QoS measurements, better picture regarding call drops etc., let’s say you make 200 short calls for a cell or cells in the specific area, 2 drops it means 1% of call drop.
    Long calls is suitable for handover success rate measurement etc., let’s say with just one call in good network you can measure all streets of the city and you’ll have a better picture regarding handovers, how many are failed or succeeded.
    Best Regards,
    Rex

    #68037 Reply
    dinendran
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    thanx rex for ur reply

    #68038 Reply
    Bijoy
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    Hi Dinendran
    Short calls are to check for accessibility issues (SDCCH/TCH Blocking & SDCCH Drop)& Long calls are to check for retainibility(TCH Drop) & mobility issues(HOSR).

    Br\\
    Bijoy

    #68039 Reply
    dinendran
    Guest

    thanx bijoy
    that is super convincing answer 🙂

    could nyone tell about qmos in drive test, I have searched in this forum but couldnt get nything about qmos.
    Also i want to know the need of attenuators in ul and dl directions for a booster/ repeater.
    Pls help .

    Rgds
    Dinu

    #68040 Reply
    Dinendran
    Guest

    Thanx bijoy thatz a convincing perfect answer 🙂

    can nyone comment upon qmos in drive testing???
    I have searchd in this forum but couldnt get ny such

    br
    dinu

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