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TACBPRO and NASUCRR

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    eorenmh
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    hi all

    perhaps anyone knows what are those TACBPRO and NASUCRR means?
    already looking on google but no found 🙁

    here is the reason i look for them :

    “if TACBPRO(2)-NASUCRR(2)>0 then you have AGCH overload”

    i wonder what that means 🙁

    thanks you in advance

    #68057 Reply
    paraHO
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    TACBPRO(2)-NASUCRR(2)>0

    KPI parameters for Siemens SDCCH Rate Success Improvement

    There is also for Siemens:
    TACCBPRO Total number of accesses by procedures (PCH, AGCH)

    NACSUCPR Number of accesses with a successful result by procedure (PCH,AGCH and RACH)

    SBS Counter:
    SDCCH Congestions for Immediate Assignment Messages

    IMM. ASS CMD (Abis Interface)(including those IMM. ASS. CMD. messages thatcontain an IMM. ASS. REJ. message) = TACCBPRO

    IMM. ASS CMD / IMM. ASS. REJ. (Um Interface)(difference between IMM. ASS.CMD and Del. Ind.,including those IMM. ASS. CMD. messages thatcontain an IMM. ASS. REJ. message) = NACSUCPR

    If there are number of immediate assignments by BSC procedure then look for number of AGCH losses (TACCBPRO) measured against immediate assignment commands sent to MS via AGCH (NACSUCPR) to identify number of Immediate Assignments without MS Seizure.

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