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     A9155 RNP  A9155 V6.5 RNP Application Note: Frequency Planning 3DF 01955 6520 VAZZA Edition 01    Status RELEASED  Change Note No   Short Title  A9155 V6.5 Application Note Frequency Planning  All rights reserved. Passing on and copying of this document, use and communication of its contents not permitted without written authorization from  Alcatel-Lucent 2 /111  3DF 01955 6520 VAZZA Ed. 01    Contents   Contents  A9155 RNP..................................................................................1   Contents.......................................................................................3   Figures.........................................................................................7   1   Short description of A9155 V6 RNP....................................11   2   Frequency Planning Capabilities in A9155 RNP.................12   3   Frequency Planning Process in Projects..............................14   4   Pre-requisites for Frequency Planning in A9155 RNP.........18   4.1   Definition of the Focus of the Network Planning............18   4.1.1    Active Cells.................................................18   4.1.2   Transmitter Filtering.....................................19   4.1.3   Filtering Zones............................................20   4.1.4   Computation and Focus Zones....................21   4.2   Completed Cell Coverage Planning.............................21   4.3   Neighbor Cell and Handover Planning.........................24   4.4   Capacity Analysis and Required Hardware Resources....28   4.5   Resource Spectrum Definition.......................................29   4.5.1   Step 1: ‘Frequency Band’ Availability............29   4.5.2   Step 2: Defining Frequency Domains............31   4.5.3   Step 3: The HSN and BSIC domains.............34   4.5.4   Step 4: Setting Resource Requirements..........34   4.6   Putting higher priority on specific cells and subcells.......37   4.7   Freezing Resources......................................................39   4.7.1   Freezing Frequencies...................................39   4.7.2   Freezing HSNs............................................40   4.7.3   Freezing BSICs............................................41   4.8   Defining Synchronization Points...................................41   4.9   Managing Interference Matrices...................................43   4.9.1   Calculating a New Matrix............................44   4.9.2   Renaming a Matrix......................................46   4.9.3   Exporting a Matrix.......................................47   4.9.4   Importing a Matrix......................................48   4.9.5    Activating / Deactivating a Matrix.................49   4.9.6   Matrix Properties.........................................50   4.10   Experience Matrix including ‘Exceptional Pairs’..............52   5   The AFP Model...................................................................54   3DF 01955 6520 VAZZA Ed. 01 3 /111    Contents   5.1   Understanding the AFP Algorithm................................54   5.1.1   The Simulated Annealing Algorithm.............55   5.1.2   The Cost Function.......................................58   5.1.3   The Fast Simulated Annealing......................59   5.2   Performance Indicators................................................59   5.3    AFP Model Parameters................................................60   5.3.1   The General Tab.........................................61   5.3.2   The Frequency Assignment Tab....................61   5.3.3   The Resource Assignment Tab......................65   5.3.4   The About Tab............................................67   6   The Automatic Frequency Planning Process.......................68   6.1   Step 1: Select the allocation scenario and the resources to allocate 69   6.2   Step 2: Set Channel Separations and Exceptional Pairs.72   6.2.1   Impact of Separations on the Assignment Process 73   6.3   Step 3: Set Global AFP Parameters...............................74   6.4   Step 4: Confirm the Chosen Settings............................75   6.5   Step 5: Set Assignment Priorities..................................76   6.5.1   Setting Plan Cost Contributions....................76   6.5.2   Selecting the Interference Sources................78   6.6   Step 6: The Resource Assignment Process.....................79   6.6.1   The Main AFP Window................................79   6.6.2   The Results Window....................................83   7   Frequency Plan Qualification.............................................86   7.1   Evaluation Based on PIs...............................................86   7.1.1   Identifying Zones with Higher Costs..............87   7.1.2   Comparing Two Frequency Plans.................88   7.2   The ‘Audit’ Function....................................................88   7.3   First Statistical Evaluation of Frequency Plan.................90   7.4    Visual Evaluation of Frequency Plan.............................92   7.4.1   Labels and Tool Tips...................................92   7.4.2   Coloring of Strongest Server according to BCCH 93   7.4.3    Visualization of Co- and Adjacent Channel Cells 94   7.5   Interference Analysis of Frequency Plan........................97   7.5.1   C/I Calculation Parameter Settings...............98   7.5.2   C/I Calculation Result..................................98   4 /111  3DF 01955 6520 VAZZA Ed. 01
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