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    Dear All,
    please help me to understand below parameter.
    1).MAXPDCHNUM (Maximum number of PDCHs that can be assigned in the
    TRX), Either it is included both statis PDCH or Dynamic or any one? its recommended value is 8, if i set to “0” so what does it mean?

    Equipment is Huawei.
    Thanks in Advance.


    hi, i don’t know Huawei specifically, but i’m pretty sure that MAXPDCHNUM is the number of dynamic PDCH.
    The number of static PDCH should be MINPDCHNUM, or something equivalent.

    Fortunately for us, Huawei is not well known for their fresh approach on wireless…



    Thanks PIX for ur prompt response.

    One more Question plz.

    If a TRX is configured with several static PDCHs, it is recommended that the static PDCHs be configured in the sequence of timeslot numbers 6, 5, 7, 4, 3, 2, 1, and 0.

    We normally have static PDCH on TRX in order of channel number 4,5 & 6.
    so What’s the difference if PDCH is defined in order of 5,6,7 & 6,5,7?


    hi Agha

    there are 3 gprs territories:

    dedicated/static: dedicated to gprs and cannot be taken by voice.

    default : u can say it to be dynamic since this territory can be taken by voice if the need be

    max gprs territory: this is the dynamic territory which is usually 100% …means all the TCHs on the GPRS enabled TRXs can be used for gprs upgrades if there is no voice.

    this is the concept. U can co-relate it with any vendor ..terms/jargon may be different.

    Yes- it is recommended to define the dedicated/static time slots in continuous sequence say 8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1



    com’on agha..! obviously:

    5 6 7 = 5 7 6 = 6 5 7

    it doesnt matter


    Thanks PIX/RKC
    yes, but i found some anomaly in some doc,for this specific order so ask just for confirmation.

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