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## Hierarchical analysis of GSM network performance data

Anybody have an idea of GSM network KPI, like CSSR, drop call, HOSR values. What should be the recommended threshold for any GSM network?

You need these devices for synchronization purposes basically. There can only be so much clock skew throughout the chip. The highly the clock frequency the higher the chip performance but also there is higher power consumption and a more complex clock network.

## Looking for "A Calculus for Network Delay" by R.L Cruz

Hi everyone! Does any one have the R.L. Cruz paper on performance evaluation of networks the paper is titled "A Calculus for network Delay. Part I: network Elements in Isolation" and "Part II: network Analysis"? THank you in advance

## Why FER and PER are used in specifications of WLAN802.11a/b?

coz, the FER and PER are measure of network performance , PER "packet error rate " khouly

## ad hoc/wireless mesh network simulation in MATLAB

Hi, is it possible to simulate an ad hoc/wireless mesh network using MATLAB? I'd want to monitor the performance of a wireless mesh network under different methods of beamforming. Hence, it'll be helpful to have a basic wireless mesh network model for me to improvise on. If yes, where can i find a basic source code (...)

## Network Performances Evaluation

Hi friends, One technique used in order to evaluate the performance of a network topology is to plot the graph of Latency function of the load Lat=f(Load). I know that N2-S tool for exemple can plot these graphes but I wanna do it manually and I am investiguating how. That I dont understand is that in many papers using this technique in order t

## Simulation of Ad hoc network

Hello, I'm studying the performance of Ad Hoc network under different mobility models, different speeds. Please can any one help me regrading the parameters of each layer (PHY, MAC, network) and how to simulate this type of network. I have IT GURU Opnet but I did not find any parameters related to Ad Hoc your prompt (...)

## Network Performance Evaluation

Hi all, Can any one explain to me how to plot grahes such in the following links. I'm confused since I couldn't know what is the Normalized applied load (X-Axis) and Latency (Y-Axis). Thanks a Lot.

## cdma grduation project

we made a 3G ( UMTS) Radio network planning as a graduation project..u'll find that planning consists of 3 phases dimensioning,detailed,& optimization ..u'll learn alot in such a project

## Network Performance Evaluation

Load is the amout of traffics trasferring in the network. Generally, offered load represents the traffic entering the sources. Accepted load (throughput) means the data accepted by the destinations. The x-axis of CNF is offered load. The y-axis may be network latency or accepted load (throughput). As for Burton graph, its x-axis is accepted

## wireless network management

Hi I'm thinking under student project for improving performance of GSM existing network. I want to fulfil management actions using SS7 protocol stack. Can anybody give me advice in this field or practical aproaches. Can I implement this project, I mean to say, can I interact with existing equipment? Thank you

## Looking for resources about CDMA synchronization

Hi, I am looking for some material on synchronization of BTS and other components in a CDMA network, and intend to investigate how timing misalignment can degrade this network's performance. Can any body provide ANY material related to this?! Regards

## IE3D, ZDS and ZDM Version 12.1

IE3D, ZDS and ZDM Version 12.1 zeland said We are pleased to announce the release of IE3D, Zeland Distributed Server (ZDS) and Zeland Distributed Manager (ZDM) Version 12.1 for high performance network distributed EM simulations and optimizations. IE3D, ZDS and ZDM 12.1 feature: (1) IE3D FastEM Design Kit for real-time full-wave EM desi

## CMFB of Class A/AB OP

In my opinion, you shoud first check the static operating point of the second stage. the first CMFB network don't influence the static operating point of the first stage. However, maybe, the second CMFB network will disturb the static operating point of the second stage due to the mismatch between transistors. That is, there are two branches con

## What do I need to measure the performance of a CMOS filter on-wafer?

Hi, I would recommend network analyzer in conjuction of probe station to fascilitate usage of CPW GSG probes for on wafer measurements. flyhigh

## Does output matching network affect P1dB point of a PA?

Dear all, Does output matching network affect P1dB point of a PA? I use RF2155 as the last stage power amplifier in my design of a cordless phone. The saturated output power now is about 21 dBm which is still far from my goal, 30 dBm. I know the frequency range I use, 268 MHz, is not included in the datasheet and 30 dBm power output is over the

## How to improve the system performance of ad hoc networks using neural network?

hi i dont know much about neural networks...i present here some vague ideas... ...but there are some issues in ad hoc networks that can be dealt well with neural network fundas... * Dynamic MAC * security in MANET * maulticasting * and with neural network concepts u can think of developing a new routing method like (...)

## LNA design problem: peak of S21 and min. of S11 are wrong

In this case you have to use a HPF topology for input matching network, to decrease the gain at low frequencies, and get the maximum S21 for minimum S11.

## Is bandwidth important in CMOS power amplifier?

I want to do a CMOS design. I have seen that if the Q of output network is small, the bandwidth becomes large. I want to know the impact of BW in a PA. the smaller Q(BW), the better performance, is it right? I also want to know the importance of the output network design in a PA? Thank you very much.

## Why and what is the thing that makes coaxial cable able to take more channel?

hi co axial cables has less attenuation than 2pair sheilded cables and the capacitor between the core and the outer sheild is smaller than the 2pair cables that mean it may handle higher frequancy . the cat 6 twisted pair cables are higher in performance for network applications as the twists in the pairs make each wire in t