WCDMA/HSPA Analysis and Automatic Sector Model Tuning with Live Traffic Data

The objective of this assignment was to observe the severity of change in the RF network between an unoptimized yet lightly loaded network in comparison to the same network with eight times the traffic. Live GSM traffic was collected from the BSC and assumed to be the baseline for initial WCDMA/HSPA traffic.

The live traffic was also asserted to Monte Carlo distribution for enhanced accuracy for predicted WCDMA/HSPA performance. The predictions use a mix of tuned and theoretical models. The assignment does not make any recommendations on optimization but clearly identifies the severity of change between an unloaded versus loaded network. Project identifiers, constants, and other details are censored and the attachment simply gives a basic idea of the rationale behind the analysis.

WCDMA Analysis Example

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