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Traffic Vs channel

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    MF
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    Why the traffic increment Vs channel increment is logarethmic relation.
    why it is not linear?

    #69248 Reply
    pix
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    it’s called trunking effect.

    that’s the whole idea behind the Erlang law…

    If erlang law said 1 channel = 1 traffic unit, and 100 channels = 100 traffic unit, and be very linear, then it would be useless, and this forum wouldn’t even exist :=)

    #69249 Reply
    Onigece
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    Might be because of small difference in traffic increment causes a large difference in channel increment, as channel increases. Similar to diode characteristic curve. You dont want to write large numbers, so log scale is a good choice. Thats my guess though.

    #69250 Reply
    pix
    Guest

    hi,

    no, it’s not a scale thing, it’s the “trunk effect”, which is very real.

    #69251 Reply
    Student
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    Hi Can somebody explain to me what is mean BTS Fail ????
    Thanks a lots

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