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Aman - 22nd February 2017  (04:27 GMT)

hi Mohammad
can you please send to me those document because am having a problem here with GPRs issue because everything is OK I mean Gena and Egena but still no data traffic sam.piss@yahoo.com

Jabulani - 25th March 2013  (09:06 GMT)

how do we know which settings to give for CDED and CDEF?

Zainab Khan - 9th March 2013  (19:49 GMT)

can anyone please tell how can i change cded cdef if my cell has high blocking what values will be appropriate for GSM and DCS. And what impact it will show . Kindly reply

keykey - 26th February 2009  (13:56 GMT)

ok thank u can u tell me something abt ms power contro and bts power control?

omcr - 24th February 2009  (20:39 GMT)

CDED is % of total tsl always used for data and CDEF is % of total tsl that can be dynamically allocated for data but will revert to vioce if needed. A simple example :
Total tsl avail - 10
CDED 20% = 2 tsl dedicated to data.
CDEF 40% = 4 tsl that can be used for data unless need for voice.
CMAX 100% - I think this is combo of CDED and CDEF = 60% = 6 tsl in this example.
So CDED cannot be greater then CDEF since you would not be using any tsl dynamically then and have no need for it.
This is my best understanding of these parameters. If it is wrong in any way please post a detailed explaination.

keykey - 21st February 2009  (11:30 GMT)

HI,

Can u tell me why cdec is les than cdef? cdec means dedicated slot and cdef means flexible?

Mohammad Yasin - 25th December 2004  (21:15 GMT)

Hi Amir
CDED STANDS FOR DEDICATED GPRS CAPACITY
CDEF DEFAULT GPRS CAPACITY
CDED MUST BE SMALLER THAN CDEF

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Amir - 25th December 2004  (00:26 GMT)

Dear All can you explain all these TERMS CDEF, CDED etc

Andrew - 12th December 2004  (04:11 GMT)

Need to include the following essential BSS parameters as well:-

1. RAC
2. GENA
3. GTRX

rajendera rautela - 11th December 2004  (08:32 GMT)

Hi
I read your probelm ,in a newly
integrated gsm network the first which we face is there how much timeslot is given for the GPRS,and how much you given following specify
1-CDEF
2-CDED
3-TRP
4-BFG
5-NSEI

is that correct format or not
and the timeslot or dedicated or dynamic
Regards
rajendera rautela

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