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  • TDMA/FDMA User GuideVersion 4.3.1

    December 2007

    Cover Page

  • Copyright 2007Mentum S.A. All rights reserved.

    Notice

    This document contains confidential and proprietary information of Mentum S.A. and may not be copied, transmitted, stored in a retrieval system, or reproduced in any format or media, in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of Mentum S.A. Information contained in this document supersedes that found in any previous manuals, guides, specifications data sheets, or other information that may have been provided or made available to the user. This document is provided for informational purposes only, and Mentum S.A. does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy, adequacy, quality, validity, completeness or suitability for any purpose the information contained in this document. Mentum S.A. may update, improve, and enhance this document and the products to which it relates at any time without prior notice to the user. MENTUM S.A. MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, WITH RESPECT TO THIS DOCUMENT OR THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN.

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    Planet is a registered trademark owned by Mentum S.A. MapInfo Professional is a registered trademark of PB MapInfo Corporation. WaveSight is a trademark of Wavecall. This document may contain other trademarks, trade names, or service marks of other organizations, each of which is the property of its respective owner.

  • Contents

    PLANET PRODUCT

    CONTACTMENTUM

    INTRODU

    CHAPTEROverview TDMA/FDMTechnolog

    CHAPTERCreating aTechnologProject foTDMA/FDM

    ContentsSList of products 2

    ING Getting technical support 4Send us your comments 4

    CTION Using this documentation 6Online Help 6Documentation library 8Notational conventions 9Organization of this user guide 10

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    Overview of supported technologies 12Optional tools 12

    Workflow for TDMA/FDMA network planning 12Suggested reading 14

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    Understanding Mobile Technology projects 16Workflow for creating Mobile Technology projects 16Gathering project information 16Creating a project for TDMA/FDMA 17

    To create a project for TDMA/FDMA 17Migrating a Cellular/PCS project 19Importing Planet 2.8 or Planet DMS data 19Opening a project 20

    To open a project 20Creating a default settings file for TDMA/FDMA 20

    To create a default settings file for TDMA/FDMA 21i

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    CHAPTER 3Defining Network TechnologServices

    Understanding TDMA/FDMA network technologies and services 24

    ies and General TDMA/FDMA settings 24

    Noise settings 25GPRS and EGPRS 28HCL settings 29Illegal color codes 31

    Workflow for defining TDMA/FDMA network technologies and services 32Defining the technologies in your network 32

    To choose technologies 33Defining GSM settings 34

    To define general settings for GSM 34To define noise settings for GSM 35To define HCL settings for GSM 36To define GPRS settings 38To define EGPRS settings 39To define illegal color codes for GSM 40

    Defining IS-136 settings 41To define general settings for IS-136 42To define noise settings for IS-136 42To define HCL settings for IS-136 42To define illegal color codes for IS-136 44

    Defining NAMPS settings 45To define general settings for NAMPS 45To define noise settings for NAMPS 46To define HCL settings for NAMPS 46To define illegal color codes for NAMPS 48

    Defining iDEN settings 49To define general settings for iDEN 49To define noise settings for iDEN 49To define HCL settings for iDEN 50To define illegal color codes for iDEN 51

    Defining user-defined technology settings 52To define general settings for a user-defined technology 52To define noise settings for a user-defined technology 53To define HCL settings for a user-defined technology 53

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    To define illegal color codes for a user-defined technology 55Defining TDMA/FDMA services using the Data Service Definition

    CHAPTERDefining NConfiguraiii

    panel 56To define TDMA/FDMA services using the Data Service Definition panel 56

    Defining TDMA/FDMA services using the Subscriber Manager 57To define coding schemes 57To assign coding schemes to services 58To import service information 58

    Exporting and importing Mobile Technology network settings files 60To export a Mobile Technology network settings file 60To import a Mobile Technology network settings file 60

    4etwork

    tionUnderstanding TDMA/FDMA network configuration 64

    Spectrum allocation 64TDMA/FDMA carriers 65Carrier groups 65Carrier types 65MALs 66Transceivers 66

    Workflow for defining TDMA/FDMA network configuration 67Allocating spectrum and defining carriers for TDMA/FDMA 67

    To import an existing band configuration 68To define bands 68To refresh TDMA/FDMA carriers 70To remove TDMA/FDMA bands 71To export a TDMA/FDMA band configuration 71

    Viewing TDMA/FDMA carriers 71To view TDMA/FDMA carriers 71

    Defining carrier groups 72To change view style for carrier groups 72To create carrier group names automatically 74To create TDMA/FDMA carrier group names manually 75To view details about TDMA/FDMA carriers, carrier types, and carrier groups 75To delete a carrier group 76

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    To assign TDMA/FDMA carriers to carrier groups 77To view the groups to which a TDMA/FDMA carrier is assigned 78

    CHAPTERConfigurinPlacing TDMA/FDMSitesTo import an existing carrier group plan 78Filtering TDMA/FDMA carrier display 79

    To filter TDMA/FDMA carrier display 79Defining carrier types 81

    To change view style for carrier types 81To create carrier types 82To delete a carrier type 82To assign TDMA/FDMA carriers to carrier types 82To view the types to which a TDMA/FDMA carrier is assigned 84

    Defining mobile allocation lists 84To change view style for mobile allocation lists 85To create a mobile allocation list using a custom naming scheme 85To create a mobile allocation list using the default naming scheme 87To view details about TDMA/FDMA carriers and mobile allocation lists 87To delete a mobile allocation list 87To assign TDMA/FDMA carriers to mobile allocation lists 88To view the mobile allocation lists to which a carrier is assigned 89

    Importing groups, types, and MALs from a converted project 89To define TDMA/FDMA technologies, bands, and carriers 90To import carrier groups, carrier types, and MALs 90

    Defining transceivers 92To add a row for a transceiver 93To modify the number of time slots required for a transceiver 93

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    Understanding TDMA/FDMA sites and sectors 96Workflow for configuring and placing TDMA/FDMA sites 96Placing TDMA/FDMA sites 97

    To place a TDMA/FDMA site 97Calculating base station link budgets for TDMA/FDMA sectors 99

    Losses and gains 99To calculate base station link budgets for TDMA/FDMA sectors 101

    Globally editing base station link budget settings for TDMA/FDMA sectors 105

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    To globally edit base station link budget settings for TDMA/FDMA sectors 106v

    Defining TDMA/FDMA technology sector settings 108Color codes 108To define TDMA/FDMA technology sector settings 109

    Defining TDMA/FDMA HCL settings 111To define TDMA/FDMA sector-specific HCL settings 112

    Defining TDMA/FDMA packet data settings 112To define TDMA/FDMA packet data settings 113

    Defining TDMA/FDMA frequency hopping settings 114Discontinuous transmission (DTX) 114Downlink power control (DLPC) 114To define TDMA/FDMA frequency hopping settings 115

    Defining TDMA/FDMA traffic settings 116Traffic 116BCCH and TCH allocation 116To define traffic settings for GSM 117To define traffic settings for IS-136 119To define traffic settings for all other TDMA/FDMA technologies 120

    Defining TDMA/FDMA carrier settings 122Non-hopping transceivers 122Baseband hopping transceivers 122Synthesized hopping transceivers 123Choosing the correct procedure for defining TDMA/FDMA carrier settings 123To define carrier settings for non-hopping GSM transceivers 123To define carrier settings for other non-hopping transceivers 126To define carrier settings for baseband hopping transceivers 129To define carrier settings for synthesized hopping transceivers 131To change the hopping type in a TDMA/FDMA sector 132

    Defining TDMA/FDMA frequency planning settings 133To define frequency planning requirements for non-hopping sectors 134To define frequency planning requirements for baseband hopping sectors 135To define frequency planning requirements for synthesized hopping sectors 136To import frequency planning requirements for TDMA/FDMA sites 137

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    To define frequency planning exceptions for a TDMA/FDMA sector 141To define illegal carriers for a group of TDMA/FDMA sites 142

    CHAPTERAdding Reto TDMA/FSectorsTo define illegal HSNs for a TDMA/FDMA sector 143Defining illegal color codes for TDMA/FDMA sectors 145

    To define illegal color codes for TDMA/FDMA sectors 145Exporting and importing TDMA/FDMA sector settings 146

    To export TDMA/FDMA sector settings 147To import TDMA/FDMA sector settings 147

    Updating TDMA/FDMA sector traffic values using traffic map information 147

    To update TDMA/FDMA sector traffic values using traffic map information 148

    Viewing TDMA/FDMA frequency assignment and interference information 149

    To view TDMA/FDMA frequency assignment and interference information

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