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25th September 2012 at 07:35 #68602OptimiserGuest
I want to know what is the difference between BS_TXPWR_MAX and BS_TXPWR_ATTENUATION in ALCATEL B11. We can’t modify the BS_TXPWR_MAX at the OMC-R since migrating to B11. I was told the BS_TXPWR_ATTENUATION replaces this in B11, but we changed it on some cells and had no effect on the output power.25th September 2012 at 10:23 #68603nitsGuest
BS_TXPWR_MAX – This parameter defines the power reduction relative to the attenuated maximum GMSK output power of the BTS. A finer power attenuation, BS_TXPWR_ATTENUATION defined in step of 0.1dB, is managed instead.
BS_TXPWR_ATTENUATION – This parameter defines the power reduction, expressed in 0.1dB, applied on the output power (after leveling)
You must use BS_TXPWR_ATTENUATION to optimize the power output.
regards,25th September 2012 at 17:41 #68604pixGuest
yes, in other words :
BS_TXPWR_MAX = BS_TXPWR_ATTENUATION * 10
BS_TXPWR_ATTENUATION is the only parameter to tune.
BS_TXPWR_MAX is not tuneable, but the name is kept so that it can still be “called” in PC & HO algorithms.
pix8th October 2012 at 16:46 #68605OptimiserGuest
Thanks Pix, Nits.
However, I want to ask if it is normal that we no more can change the bs_tx_pwr_max at the OMC-R since we migrated to B11?8th October 2012 at 18:00 #68606pixGuest
You may want to read our answers one more time.29th January 2014 at 07:22 #68607learner_1Guest
what is the output power of alcatel 9100 BTS..(e.g for other vendors like Zte it is 20W)and where it is specified, if there is any document please provide.