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Mobile & Cellular Module

Smart Planning for Smart Wireless Networks

The Mobile/Cellular Module is an add-on module to EDX SignalPro for designing, deploying and optimizing mobile and cellular, nomadic and WCDMA/UMTS networks.

This platform allows engineers to determine cell site location, analyze system capacity and gauge system evolution with changing traffic patterns.  Included are specialized area studies and advanced network planning features such as traffic loading analysis, automatic system layout, automatic frequency planning and more.  The Mobile/Cellular Module also supports the planning of Positive Train Control (PTC) systems for a complete network planning tool.

PTC Network Design

Included in the Mobile and Cellular Module is functionality for Positive Train Control Design

  • Route Studies:  Allows for communication networks to be      designed specifically for transportation corridors of interest.
  • Neighbor List prediction:  Using a defined study route, neighbor cells are predicted and added to each PTC sector’s neighbor list.
  • Automatic Frequency Planning:  Using a defined study route, channels can be assigned to each transmitter in a selected group.

Specialized Area-Wide Studies

In addition to the studies found in SignalPro, the Mobile and Cellular Module offers technology-specific studies for mobile and cellular, nomadic and WCDMA/UMTS:

  • Best and second best server based on pilot Ec/Io or traffic
  • Uplink and downlink Eb/No
  • Uplink BER
  • Uplink mobile (UE) power
  • Uplink and downlink available data rates based on channel quality and Eb/No
  • Blocking rate with predicted or measured traffic
  • Sector scrambling conflict analysis (Signal ration & time delay)
  • Automatic neighbor list generation
  • Automatic frequency planning
  • Automatic PN offset (scrambling code) assignment
  • Handoff regions (hard, soft, soft + softer, 3-way to 6-way soft)
  • EDGE maximum mobile data rate
  • AMR code rate
  • Probability of achieving traffic demand