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1. Introduction
1.1. General Overview
1.1.1. Problem statement
1.3.1. Mobile Subscriber
1.3.2. Fixed networks
1.4. Entities in the core network
1.4.1. HLR database
1.4.2. Operation and Network Management Centre
1.4.3. Signaling Gateway (SG)
1.5. Mobile Switching Center
1.5.1. Detailed information about the MSC’s tasks
1.5.2. The architecture of the MSC
1.6. Channel organization
1.6.1. Switching performed in MSC server
1.6.2. The intelligent network
1.7. How calls are switched
1.8. Protocols used in the network
1.8.1. ATM (Asynchronous mode)
1.8.2. SS7 (Signaling system 7)
1.8.3. SIGTRAN
1.8.4. H.248
1.9. MSC configuration
1.9.1. MSOFT
Figure 11: Some of the interfaces of the MSC server (MSOFTX3000)
1.9.2. MSOFT hardware
1.9.3. Software structure
1.9.4. Signaling path
1.9.5. UMG8900
1.10. Analyzing method for mobile traffic
1.10.1. The parameters used in analyzing quality of traffic
Table 8:The quality parameters with their target values
1.10.2. Traffic flow
Figure 16: Traffic intensity (i.e. channel occupying)
Equation 1: Formula for calculating Erlangs
1.10.3. Planning
2. Collection of statistic
Equation 2: Calculation of the increased capacity for the MSC-RRP
2.1. Calculation of the maximum capacity of the MSC as configured
2.2. Calculation of the traffic statistics
2.2.1. Relative values
2.2.2. Calculation of the BHCA
2.2.3. Calculation of traffic load in Erlangs
2.2.4. Calculating the average call duration
2.3. Analyzing strategy
2.3.1. Analysis of the traffic in Kulyab
2.3.2. Analysis of the capacity gain for MSC-RRP
3.1.1. The MSC server in Kulyab
Table 13: Capacity of the WCDB and WVDB boards
3.1.2. The MGW in Kulyab
Table 14: Total number of E1 for the MGW in Kulyab
3.2. Analysis of traffic flows in Kulyab area
3.2.1. The evaluation process
3.2.3. Comparison of traffic on the 22nd and 23rd of March 2011
3.2.4. Day by day statistics
Graph 5: Relative BHCA values for the 23rd of February 2011
Graph 8: Relative BHCA values and connect traffic the 8th of March 2011
Graph 9: Traffic on the 22nd of March
Graph 10: Early maximum peak for relative BHCA traffic
Graph 12: BHCA values with a late maximum peak
Graph 13: Connect traffic with a plateau in the maximum peak
3.2.6. More analysis regarding average call duration
Graph 14: Average call duration for Kulyab traffic the 12th of March 2011
Graph 15: Average call duration the 26th of February 2011
Graph 16: Average call duration the 23rd of March 2011
3.3. Efficiency analysis for the MSC-RRP
3.3.1. Calculation of the hardware capacity in MSC-RRP
3.3.2. Analyzing the Kulyab traffic in the MSC-RRP
3.3.3. Analysis of the traffic on the 17th of May 2011
Table 25: Traffic for the Kulyab traffic in the 17th of May 2011
Table 26: Capacity gain for the MSC-RRP
3.4. Analysis and proposed solutions
3.4.1. Analysis of the Kulyab traffic
Graph 19: Average call duration of calls the 24th of March
3.4.2. Proposed solution
4. Configuration of the MSC in Kulyab
4.1. Configuring the MSC server
4.1.1. Step 1: Configuration of the basic data
4.1.2. Step 2: Configuring the interworking data
4.1.3. Step 3: Configuring basic service data
Table 27: Tasks managed by a VMSC [3]
4.2. Configuring the MGW
5. Conclusions and Future Work
5.1. Conclusions
5.2. Future work
References
Internet resources
Appendix
A. MSOFT interfaces
Table 28: Table of interfaces to/from the MSOFT switch
B. Call set-up flow diagram
C. Measurement entities used in the statistics
C.I Measurement entities for Kulyab traffic
C.II Measurement entities for Kulyab traffic
C.III Measurement entities for MSC-RRP
D. Base stations analyzed for Kulyab region
Table 31: Cells located in LAC 0050 and 0051
E. Relative BHCA values
F. Relative values of the connect traffic
G. Comparison of the traffic on the 22nd and 23rd March 2011
H. The traffic measured the 23rd of February
Table 41: Traffic load the 23rd of February 2011
J. Maximum values for relative BHCA and relative connected traffic
K. The hour when there is a peak
L. Percentage of Kulyab BHCA traffic for the MSC server in Kulyab
Table 45: Percentage of Kulyab BHCA traffic for the MSC server in Kulyab
N. Kulyab traffic the 17th of May 2011
O. Calculation of the capacity increase for MSC-RRP
Q. Configuration example of equipment data
Table 49: Average call duration from the 4th of March to 10th of March 2011
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