Introduction to Huawei

GENEX U-Net Radio Planning Tool

Contents of Course

Part 1. Introduction to Huawei GENEX tool family Part 2. Introduction to Huawei U-Net Radio Planning Tool Part 3. Introduction operations on Planning Tool

What does GENEX mean?

GENEX, the combination of Generate and Excellent, means the creation of excellence, and stands for the development objective of Huawei radio tools, that is, to develop excellent radio tools for you!

GENEX

Product family of GENEX
GENEX U-Net 3G network planning platform
Integrates years’ experience in radio network planning, supports several network technologies and co-network planning of 2G/3G;

provides such functions as link budget/network estimation,
coverage/capacity prediction emulation, import & verification of Drive test data, downtilt planning of antenna; support propagation models tuning.

GENEX Probe Air interface Drive test tool (WCDMA/GSM) GENEX Assistant Radio BAM analysis software (WCDMA/GSM) GENEX Nastar Network performance analysis system (CDMA/GSM)

Contents of Course

Part 1. Introduction to Huawei GENEX tool family Part 2. Introduction to Huawei U-Net Radio Planning Tool Part 3. Introduction operations on Planning Tool

supporting a wide range of project applications. cdmaOne. tune models and generate reports  . completely support GSM/TDMA. and Enterprise server-based network configurations.GPRS-EDGE. operate.A system overview of U-Net  Be a professional radio network design tool for 3G. The singleprocessor version does not requiring connecting external database and users can still share engineering data.W-CDMA / UMTS and CDMA 2000/1x RTT/EVDO  Realize mobility of planning design. single-processor configurations.  Open. expandable platform Friendly interface and be easy to install.

3G module. AFP (Automatic frequency planning) module and microwave module  Select different modules based on demands .Modules in U-Net Modular structure  Modular including :the basic core module. measurement module.

Requirement of U-Net Software and hardware requirements for U-Net:   U-Net work station • PC Pentium 3 processor or better. Windows NT 4.0/Windows 2000 Professional/Windows XP U-Net single-processor version needn’t external database Multi-user configurations supports the following database management systems (unsuitable for single user) • • Microsoft Access 97/2000 Microsoft SQL Server 7.5 .7 or higher Sybase Adaptive Server V 11.1.0 • • Oracle v8. 512 MB memory is suggested. • •   More than 256 MB memory.

vector data and polygon .Import: Geographical data. MapInfo.New coordinates system can be easily added in • Integrated with other GIS tool. and Arcview . traffic/population density map . for example.Support 1000+ kinds coordinates .GIS Functions • World coordinates system database .Export: Coverage prediction map.

TIF.GIS Functions   Support various map formats Raster data: BIL. ArcView. ERDAS Imagine. MapInfo. DXF and MSI Planet   Support high-resolution map Supported resolutions up to 1-metre precision       Support various map types Digital Elevation Model (DEM) Clutter data (type and height) Three-dimensional building data (raster and vector) Traffic data or population density data Satellite and navigation map . MSI Planet Vector data: MapInfo. BMP. ArcView.

and Winpro. Wavesight. such as. Volcano.U-Net Propagation Model Industry standard propagation models  Okumura-Hata and Cost-Hata    Standard Propagation Model (SPM) ITU 526-5 and ITU 370-7 propagation model Longley-Rice and WLL propagation model  Advanced propagation calculation engine Support third-party propagation models.  .

resolution and calculation radius definable at pathloss matrix level  Benefits   Accuracy near transmitter (high resolution) Calculation time and disk space optimization far from transmitter (lower resolution) Area calculated using a microcell model Transmitter Area calculated using a macrocell model .U-Net Propagation Model  Dual-resolution pathloss matrix   Two pathloss matrices per transmitter Propagation model.

analysis .Measurement Module  Import of CW measurement data •Import and display CW data •Automatically correct the propagation model according to CW measurement • Prediction/measurement comparison. display and analyze testing mobile data • Playback on the map according to user-defined routes • Analyze and display call events •Automatically correct the propagation model according to drive test data •Prediction/measurement comparison. analysis  Import of measurement data of drive test • Import.

U-Net Propagation Model  CW Test sample .

U-Net Propagation Model  Prediction map (using the tuned model) .

U-Net Propagation Model  deviation map (predicted value-test value) .

Traffic map  Purpose of traffic map  Distribute some mobiles to digital map.  Ways to create a traffic map    Traffic raster maps based on environments Traffic vector maps based on user profiles Traffic map based on transmitters and services .

. density A1 • User profile A2.. user density and mobility Environment class A • User profile A1.. mobility type A1.. mobility type A2. density B1 • User profile B2..user profile. density A2 • . density B2 • . mobility type B2. Environment class B • User profile B1.Traffic raster maps based on environments   Each raster of the map is assigned an environment class Traffic map is created based on combination of environment class . mobility type B1.

density B . mobility type B.Traffic vector maps based on user profiles  Each polygon or line contains a density of subscribers with given user profile and mobility types Polygon A • User profile A. mobility type A. density A Polygon B • User profile B.

Traffic map based on transmitters and services  Live traffic spread over the service area of each transmitter Service zone of Tx A For each defined service. • UL and DL throughputs or • Number of UL and DL active users . • UL and DL throughputs or • Number of UL and DL active users Service zone of Tx B For each defined service.

Coverage analysis           Best Server Overlapping Pilot Coverage Downlink total noise Ec/Io Analyses of uplink server areas Analyses of downlink server area Effective server areas Analyses of SHO Analyses of pilot pollutions .

Introduction to Huawei U-Net Radio Planning Tool Part 3. Introduction to Huawei GENEX tool family Part 2.Contents of Course Part 1. Introduction to operations on Planning Tool .

Flow of System Simulation .

Network design Network Database Site Information Antenna Information Feeder equipment information BTS equipment information Transmitter Information (include cells information) .

Network Database Network Database-Site Information .

Network Database Network Database- Antenna Information .

Network Database Network Database-feeder Information .

Network Database Network Database-BTS Information .

Network Database Network database-Transmitter Information .

Map data Digital maps include: clutter database height database vector database Three-dimensional clutter height (Optional) .

Setup Models .

Predictions Predictions without simulation (Independent of Traffic) Predictions with simulation (Dependent on Traffic) .

Predictions Predictions -Results Independent of Traffic Best Server .

Predictions Predictions -Results Independent of Traffic Pilot Coverage .

Predictions Predictions -Results Independent of Traffic Overlapping .

Traffic modules Traffic Database Services Mobility type Terminals User profiles Environments .

Traffic modules Traffic map based on transmitters and services .

Set up simulation Number of simulation to run for the current session Respect of cell constraints or not .

Set up simulation .

Simulation results Monte Carlo Simulation • • Distribution of users Successful call and Rejection call .

Simulation results Monte Carlo Simulation Traffic of users Successful call and Rejection call Rejection reasons: Pmob > PmobMax Ptch > PtchMax Ec/Io < (Ec/Io)min load saturation Ch. Elts saturation Cell power saturation .

Other Predictions Predictions without simulation (Independent of Traffic) Predictions with simulation (Dependent on Traffic) .

Other Predictions Results dependent on traffic Downlink total noise .

Other Predictions Results dependent on traffic Ec/Io .

Other Predictions Results dependent on traffic Analyses of uplink server areas .

Other Predictions Results dependent on traffic Analyses of downlink server areas .

Other Predictions Results dependent on traffic Effective server areas .

Other Predictions Results dependent on traffic Analyses of SHO .

Other Predictions Results dependent on traffic Analyses of pilot pollutions .