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1st November 2006 at 18:06 #37408PixGuest
Rafi, you have to create a text file, following a certain format (fully described in the TEMS user guide). then you can import it in TEMS investigation..
user guides are very useful, especially when it comes to professional applications. have a look.1st November 2006 at 18:10 #37409pixGuest
sorry i don’t understand your concern.2nd November 2006 at 04:33 #37410ChrisGuest
does anybody know about 2 frequency/four frequency/six frequency microwave planning.
plzzz help3rd November 2006 at 07:41 #37411yogesh_rfGuest
this can be the problem of switch or link fluctuation
Yogesh_rf3rd November 2006 at 10:30 #37412bardiyaGuest
would you please send me URLs who have links to SIEMENS/NOKIA BTS tutorials,manuals,…?
Thank you very much.4th November 2006 at 13:48 #37413abcGuest
Kindly explain how text file for import and export is prepared for TEMS cell planning in Ericsson tool.4th November 2006 at 21:27 #37414pixGuest
the file format should be precisely described in TCP documentation.
the file import/export process itself , i’m not familiar with. Should be super-easy (File / Project / Import, isn’t it ?)8th November 2006 at 09:06 #37415ChaarGuest
As for import /export file what you can do is the following:
1- create any site with all needed database like site height, antenna types, frequencies, BSIC, CID, cell name…etc
2- all what you have to do export the site database (under file ) to txt, html…etc
open the file with word or excel (preferable excel), then build the remaining net. on the same file
so, as you can see it is a straight forward step.
Good Luck21st November 2006 at 01:55 #37416Qualcom CAIT tester dataGuest
Please tell me what tools/programs could be used for process the log files which are collected by Qualcon CAIT tester!
my email is: email@example.com
thank you very much!21st November 2006 at 08:26 #37417IQBALGuest
I WANT TO KNOW ABOUT RF PLANNING AND NETWORK OPTIMIZATION22nd November 2006 at 15:48 #37418Daniel FornahGuest
I am working as RF planing & optimisation engineer in one of celtel operations but very new to GSM.I am having high drop calls on TCH for a particular site rural with sudden increase in SD traffic for some days now.Can someone help explain how to reduce the drop calls on the TCH?26th November 2006 at 10:29 #37419bodoruddozaGuest
What is the basis in LAC planning in GSM network?
We know there will be trade off between avoiding to have frequent LU and keeping limited TRX in a LA. But, how it is acheived?26th November 2006 at 21:13 #37420TomarGuest
Hi Bodoruddoza, sometimes it is not so easy. The limit for LAC area is number of paging (not the number of TRX). In the Combined BCCH/SDCCH (one TRX per cel – rural area) is theoretical limit 180,000 (no reservation for Acces grant).
with ACCG=1 is this limit 120,000. For NonComb BCCH and SDCCH/8 is this limit litle bit more than 500,000 (with ACCG=0). In reality is better to be up to 1/3 of the limit. If you set wrong LAC border MS could ping-pong between two different area. It is better to set LAC border in rural area, than to the midle of the city. In some cases you could avoid ping-pong, if you set bigger Cell Reselection Hysteresys (8dB). There could be also limit for BSC – number of paging (LAC) for one BSC.27th November 2006 at 05:13 #37421bodoruddozaGuest
Hats off to you for your prompt and prudent response.
Would u mind elaborating the term,ACCG, cell reselection hysteresis and paging number, function and effect of it on network.27th November 2006 at 08:19 #37422Ravi kantGuest
thanks for ans for my previous question…..
I m working on Nortel system with dual band but single BCCH.
1.My problem is that when my call is on 1800 Rx level goes beyond -90 even in 100 mt radius.
2. HOver doesn’t take place even if the next Rx level is -48…If hover is there it is very late.
3.KPI Assignment failure ratio for 900 here acceptable is
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