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How do you measure if a cell is overshooting or how do you determine how many kms it should cover?


#1

Dears: what is the measuremnt if a CELL is overshooting or not specially in urban and suburban areas.how many kms should acell covers /

how to judge acell is overshooting (TP measurmnts)


#2

Check Propagation Delay to know about the coverage range…and then from map you can know about the logical serving range, and then compare it with the PD stats


#3

I have checked it but how can i know the maximum serving range of the cell.(inshort how many km’s the maximum serving range of acell)


#4

bro it depend on CPICH and height/Titls of a cell, it varies from cell to cell depends on design

Just make sure the Logical serving by comparing the PD stats with the neighbor distance on mapinfo/KML


#5

i understand ,in our country the distribution of sites are not more THAN 500m,in urban and 1000m in sub urban but some cells cover more than 2kms,


#6

Hi, umts cells can cover very far… 50km. But usually it is limited by propagation loss. From configuration as said it is limited to .5-1km in urban and 5-10km in rural. This depends on the coverage target of the cell

http://www.telecomhall.com/analyzing-coverage-with-propagation-delay-pd-and-timing-advance-ta-gsm-wcdma-lte.aspx