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22nd January 2004 at 08:25 #37273VelaGuest
I would like to know more about cell planning in GSM
I would also like to know what is the ideal distance that should be maintained between 2 cells of same freqency25th February 2004 at 20:10 #37274hi VelaGuest
I will be grateful if you have this question’s answer and send it to me because it is part of my project. Thank you very much.11th March 2004 at 20:02 #37275farisGuest
please (hi vela)..can u send me your project at firstname.lastname@example.org
i need many info about GSM
plz help me13th March 2004 at 15:28 #37276akshayGuest
The ferquency used by the one transmitter can not be reused again until there is enough geographical seperation so that one station does not interfere with another station assigned to that frequency.
the key to the cellular system is to make efficient use of availaible channels by using LOW POWER TRANSMITTER to allow frequency reuse at much SMALLER DISTANCES.
NOW CELL is an elementary area .
the formula for distance between cells using same frequency is..
where D=distance between the cells
K=frequency reuse factor
R= radius of each cell(assuming cells of equal radius)
ABOVE FORMULA IS DERIVED CONSIDERING geometry of cell. here i have not derived the formula.
but D is a function of S/I ratio.15th March 2004 at 07:52 #37277WALEED MAHJOUBGuest
I HAVE MANUALS FOR CELL PLANING E-MAIL ME TO KNOW YOUR NEEDS25th March 2004 at 03:54 #37278Waleed MahjoubGuest
Please can you e-mail to me the manuals for cell planning.
Ali Guled26th March 2004 at 08:16 #37279waleedGuest
dear ali i don’t know your adress so send it to me to help you in this27th March 2004 at 02:21 #37280Waleed MahjoubGuest
My address is as follows:
810 Bradfield Dr.
Garland, TX 75042
Ali Guled27th March 2004 at 05:09 #37281kshitijGuest
Mr.Waleed Mahjoub,can u pls forward cell planning manual, to my Email ID.to
i would be very grateful
TY27th March 2004 at 07:12 #37282sussieGuest
can any one provide me manuals or links abt bsc & bts installation for CDMA
email@example.com March 2004 at 08:31 #37283waleedGuest
dear ali gueld i asked you your e-mail adress to send you an attachment through the internet and remmember me what is the subject you are asking for…28th March 2004 at 08:48 #37284waleedGuest
dear faris you asked me to help you to know how is the connection between PLMN and the MSC of GSM can be done?usually there are 3 ways of connection :
2-optical fiber link
3-twisted 2 wire
e-mail me for more details…28th March 2004 at 13:01 #37285waledGuest
drop me your adress to answer you about the planning,the distance may differ as the output power of TRX of the neighbouring cells and the geografical situation is playing important action too,therefore the frequency reuse is important in GSM cell planning…5th April 2004 at 16:36 #37286wALEEDGuest
HI7th April 2004 at 10:46 #37287KrisdiartoGuest
Mr.Waleed Mahjoub,can u pls send me a cell planning manual, do you have it for cdma2000 ?
this is my e-mail address
i would be very grateful