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Converting mErl in BHCA

  • This topic has 7 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated 12 years ago by niknok.
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  • #37571
    Alex Lima
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    Hi

    I need some help in order to convert the following scenario:

    # subscriber = 100.000
    traffic per sub = 34 mErl
    Duration = 90 secs

    I appreciate any help.

    Thanks a lot

    Alex

    #37572
    new learner
    Guest

    MO BHCA per sub = Traffic per sub / average call duration

    hence ~ MO BHCA per sub = 0.034/90 = ….

    Total Traffic = No of sub * traffic per sub

    BCHA max = total traffic/ duration

    #37573
    Alex Lima
    Guest

    Thanks a lot!

    #37574
    Juan Angel
    Guest

    Hi alex!
    use this formula:
    example:

    merl = bhca*avg call*(%traff orig + %traff term)/3600
    bhca = 2
    avg duration call = 54
    % traffic originate = 60%
    % traffic terminate = 40%

    PD. i speak spanish

    #37575
    andy75
    Guest

    Anybody,
    I need a definition of traffic per subscriber.
    1. Traffic is the peak on A interface?
    2. Subscribers are attached, or total(attached + detached)?
    3. Is there some ITU recommendation?

    #37576
    Nazam
    Guest

    Can you please help me find out “BHCA” from “Minutes of Use per Subscriber”?

    #37577
    Sherine
    Guest

    Hi

    I need the formula for calculating BHCA.

    Thanks
    Sherine

    #37578
    niknok
    Guest

    100,000 x 34 mErl x 90 secs = 306,000

    BHCA = 306,000 / 3600 = 85

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