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Rabu, 11 Januari 2012

RN Admission Control Parameter

Walau belum dapet kesempatan ngoptim 3G, ga ada salahnya gw pelajari parameter-parameternya. Berikut yang ingin gw pelajari hari ini :


RN Admission Control

aseDlAdm   Cell parameter that defines the absolute admission limit for ASEs in the downlink.

aseUlAdm   Cell parameter that defines the absolute admission limit for ASEs in the uplink.

compModeAdm   Cell parameter that defines the absolute admission limit for the number of radio links in compressed mode in a cell.

dlCodeAdm   Cell parameter that defines the absolute admission limit for downlink code usage.

pwrAdm   Cell parameter that defines the absolute admission limit for downlink power utilization. It is relative to the min( maximumTransmissionPower, maxDlPowerCapability), it is expressed as a percentage and that is a percentage of min.( maximumTransmissionPower, maxDlPowerCapability).

hsdpaUsersAdm   Cell parameter that defines the admission limit for the number of users assigned to the HS-DSCH. Applicable to admission requests related to RAB setup of an HSDPA service.

eulServingCellUsersAdm   Cell parameter that defines the admission limit for the number of EUL users having the cell as serving cell.

eulNonServingCellUsersAdm   Cell parameter that defines the admission limit for the number of EUL users having the cell as non-serving cell.

eulServingCellUsersAdmTti2   Cell parameter that defines the admission threshold for the number of 2 ms TTI E-DCH users having this cell as serving cell. Applicable at serving cell change, at RAB establishment and at re-configuration to EUL.

sf8Adm   Cell parameter that defines the absolute admission limit for the number of radio links with spreading factor = 8 in downlink.

sf16Adm   Cell parameter that defines the absolute admission limit for the number of radio links with spreading factor = 16 in downlink for which new non-guaranteed admission requests will continue to be allowed.

sf32Adm   Cell parameter that defines the absolute admission limit for the number of radio links with spreading factor = 32 in downlink.

sf16gAdm   Cell parameter that defines the maximum number of radio links with spreading factor = 16 in downlink for which new guaranteed admission requests will continue to be allowed. Reaching or exceeding this number of radio links (any service class) using downlink spreading factor = 16 will block setup/adding any more guaranteed service class radio links requiring additional downlink spreading factor = 16 in this cell.

sf4AdmUl   Cell parameter that defines the absolute admission limit for the number of radio links with spreading factor = 4 in uplink (radio connection type PS384/HS).

sf8AdmUl   Cell parameter that defines the absolute admission limit for the number of radio links with spreading factor = 8 in uplink.

sf16AdmUl   Cell parameter that defines the absolute admission limit for the number of radio links with spreading factor = 16 in uplink.

sf8gAdmUl   Cell parameter that defines the absolute admission limit for the number of radio links with spreading factor = 8 in uplink.

dlHwAdm   Parameter that defines the admission limit for the downlink hardware usage in the cell group.

ulHwAdm   Parameter that defines the admission limit for the uplink hardware usage in the cell group.

maxNumHsdpaUsers   Parameter that limits the maximum allowed number of simultaneous HSDPA users per cell that can be served.

maxNumADchReservation   The maximum number of A-DCH resources that may be configured in a baseband pool.

ulLicFractBbPool2   Parameter that defines the UL capacity of the second Base Band Pool in percentage of licensed UL capacity.

dlLicFractBbPool2   Parameter that defines the DL capacity of the second Base Band Pool in percentage of licensed DL capacity

plSessionsMax   Parameter that defines the maximum number of ongoing MBMS sessions in one Preferred Layer cell.

nonPlSessionsMax   Parameter that defines the maximum number of ongoing MBMS sessions in one non-Preferred Layer cell.

Minggu, 08 Januari 2012

Telecom Trends 2012

The 10 hottest consumer trends:

1. Connectivity is king. Connectivity has become as essential as the air we breathe. Once they have been connected, consumers say the internet is one of the last things they would be willing to give up if they had to reduce their expenses. (penting dong, jangan suka lemot :D )

2. Everyone can be a service provider. There is a huge demand for new services. The internet makes it possible for both companies and consumers to invent new solutions, such as apps. (sudah banyak aplikasi yg diciptakan oleh pemuda Indonesia, great)

3. Social media redefine news reporting. Social media drive consumption of pictures, video clips and music, and now they also help consumers judge the relevance of news by providing necessary social commentary. (hmm semoga facebook masih banyak yg lihat ya)

4. Mobile phones play a significant role in everyday life. Consumers show most interest in mobile services that are directly related to nearby places or local services. While 90 percent of all smartphone owners always carry their phones with them, only 80 percent of them mention carrying money. (tetep aja kalo soal jual beli mesti siapin cash,tapi mobile phone memang mempermudah)

5. Transparency greater than privacy. People are getting used to living transparent lives and they also expect companies and other organizations to act transparently. (kalo company sih memang harus transparant baiknya dari dulu, tapi kalo kita? tetap butuh yg namanya privacy)

6. The cloud makes things easy to use. Shring information and having several devices connected at all times is becoming the norm for consumers, resulting in the introduction of more cloud-based services. The main driver is ease of use. (yup cloud computing!)

7. Women drive adoption of smartphones. Our 2011 study of smartphone users showed that men still dominate usage of niche services on smartphones while significantly more women use regular services such as voice calling, SMS and Facebook. By actively integrating the use of all communications channels into one device, women are driving mass-market adoption of smartphones. (hmm wanita suka belanja,hihi)

8. Making shopping easier. Our survey showed that 67 percent of smartphone users are interested in mobile payments. Payments should not be seen in isolation but must be put into a context of everyday shopping "“ for example, product information, bonus points, receipts and even indoor-shopping-mall navigation. (buat yg suka belanja semakin dipermudah, tapi tetep keamanan harus diperhatikan)

9. Everything connects. Mobile data surpassed voice in the fourth quarter of 2009 and doubled voice in the first quarter of 2011. Consumers are increasingly connecting to the internet and to things around them, such as cars, vending machines, ticket gates and more. (seperti yg diramalkan, teknologi akan berhubungan dengan device" lainnya)

10. Uncertain times "consumers strive for control". In times of economic instability or when disasters such as earthquakes occur, we see renewed interest among consumers in services related to utilities such as water and electricity. Likewise, a change in disposable income is driving demand for consumers to be in control of service consumption. (pengendalian konsumsi seperti listrik dan air semakin diperhatikan,terlebih saat terjadi bencana/ketidakstabilan ekonomi)

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