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NetAct Optimizer 3.

0 CD3 for GSM
GSM Adjacency Optimization

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Module Objectives
At the end of this module the trainee should be able to: Edit the common adjacency optimization parameters for a separate deletion or creation of adjacencies Set the required parameters for the automatic measurementbased adjacency optimization Perform adjacency optimization

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GSM Adjacency optimization
How can I start the measurement-based adjacency optimization?

How can I

find the unused (unnecessary) adjacencies (deletion plan)?

find the missing adjacencies (creation plan)?

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Prerequisites
Invalid adjacencies fixed Antennas defined for every cell Interference matrix available Adjacency optimization KPIs available Adjacency Constraints have been created or imported Adjacency templates have been created for each object type Template assignment rules have been created

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Methods and Startup
Creation based on IM values, deletion based on ADCE KPIs Check the KPI date and summarization level Select target objects from the Navigator, Map or Browser

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Starting GSM Adjacency optimization
Only ADCEs selected for measurement-based GSM adjacency optimization CIP or FEP can also be selected if available • Check the retrieved IM sets and priorities

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Adjacency Optimization Tool View

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GSM Adjacency optimization
How can I start the measurement-based adjacency optimization? How can I

find the unused (unnecessary) adjacencies (deletion plan)?

find the missing adjacencies (creation plan)?

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Common Parameters
Bidirectional optimization (recommended) Creation and deletion of adjacencies into and out from scope allowed (recommended for small scopes) Check maximum and minimum Adjacency List Lengths Changes to adjacencies between frequency bands can be disabled Frequency band specific list length settings can be enabled
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Deletion Options for All Adjacency Types
Deleting outgoing adjacencies to foreign target cells can be allowed Adjacencies without measurements will have 0 values for KPIs and are deleted

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Deletion Parameters for ADCE
Bidirectional deletion requires at least one bad value in both directions Additional conditions can be used to avoid deleting adjacencies in low traffic cells

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Adjacency Deletion
Start optimization

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Detailed Results on Deleted

Info column shows the creation/deletion reason Include Change column defines the results to be saved in the plan

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Saving the Results
The results must be saved to the plan Save is possible only to the plan that is open when Adjacency optimization starts, or to a plan that is created after pressing Save After the save the results can be listed to Browser or shown on the map

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Exercise
Check and set Common parameters Set Deletion parameters and start the optimization • View the results and check different views in the Adjacency Browser • Change parameters and run again Save the results into your plan

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GSM Adjacency optimization
How can I start the measurement-based adjacency optimization? How can I

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find the unused (unnecessary) adjacencies (deletion plan)? find the missing adjacencies (creation plan)?

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Creation Options for All Adjacency Types
Creating BCCH and BCCH-BSIC collisions can be allowed if Frequency Optimization is done in the same plan Normally BCCH or BCCH-BSIC collisions are not allowed If there are existing collisions in the network no new adjacencies are created for those cells unless collisions are allowed

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Creation Thresholds
Theta angle limitation not necessary (because of the measurements)

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Adjacency optimization
Start optimization. Before starting, check that Deletion is not selected.

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Detailed Results on Created

Info column shows the creation/deletion reason Include Change column defines results for the save

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Results
Save the results Locate on Map or List to Browser to check the templates You can select all by pressing Ctrl-A

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Exercise
Check and set Common parameters Uncheck Delete Adjacencies box in the Deletion tab Set Creation parameters and find the missing adjacencies in your scope • View the results in the Adjacency Browser • Change parameters and run again Save the results into your plan

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Summary
Prerequisites • Site assignments and Antennas correctly defined • Adjacency templates and template assignment rules defined • Adjacency Constraints defined Measurement-based deletion of GSM adjacencies Common Parameters • Deletion based on KPI values Measurement-based creation of GSM adjacencies • Common Parameters • Creation based on Interference Matrix values Results saved in to the plan Plan that is open when the tool is started • Plan that is created after pressing the Save button • After the save the results can be located on the Map and listed to the Browser

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Document change history
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First version for Optimizer 3.0 CD3

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