Thursday, September 29, 2011 6:59:00 PM
Frequency Planning and Neighbor List Verification are two major tasks required to ensure an efficiently Optimized Network.
This analysis can be done in several ways, and one of them is by checking geo-referenced plots, where possible problems of 'Interference' or 'Missing Neighbors' can be easily identified.
Google Earth is a good place for this type of inspection, but Mapinfo also has its advantages - especially in terms of interactivity (eg it is easier to create an ... read more
Monday, September 19, 2011 9:17:00 PM
One advantage of working with an organized and integrated modules - such as the methodology suggested by Hunter - is the gain that this scenario provides. Let's begin to understand how this works with the module 'Hunter Updater'.
Currently we have the main databases with our information (Network, Parameters, and Performance).
And we also have a number of other external tools we use in every way, in daily work, and the data update for them is crucial to the outcome of... read more
Tuesday, July 20, 2010 8:00:00 PM
Let's enjoy that we already have some KPI's in our tables, and have a little review on how to use this kidn of data in Mapinfo.
In our today's tutorial, we'll learn how to work with georeferenced data for KPI's, an excellent way to display reports and allowing a quick inspection of the network.
Note: All telecomHall articles are originally written in Portuguese. Following we translate to English and Spanish. As our time is short, maybe you find some typos (sometimes ... read more
Tuesday, May 18, 2010 8:00:00 PM
The representation of sectors across our network of lines as we have seen is sufficient for several tests. However, it is sometimes more interesting to work with symbols instead of simple lines, such as the sector represented by a symbol like a rose petal. Today we will create our first program Mapbasic - where we'll see how this is done.
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Tuesday, May 11, 2010 8:00:00 PM
Databases: If you have not used, believe, will use! Are very important as an adjunct to many tasks of analysis and reporting.
For example, in a report with the municipalities more offenders dropped calls can make a table. But we can make a thematic map. Which is better? Note the picture below and draw your own conclusions.
Databases are also essential tools for predicting how the Asset3g Aircom or x-Wizard of Optimi. In the prediction tools, the databases are ... read more
Tuesday, May 04, 2010 8:00:00 PM
The analysis of drive test are key to any kind of telecom professional, either in the implementation of data collection or just in the analysis. Although through the analysis of KPI's you can identify problems like dropped calls, the drive tests allow a deeper analysis in the field. Identifying areas of each sector of coverage, interference, among others.
Note: All telecomHall articles are originally written in Portuguese. Following we translate to English and Spanish.... read more
Tuesday, April 27, 2010 8:00:00 PM
In the previous tutorial, we had our first contact with Mapinfo and Mapbasic. We had a brief introduction to Mapinfo, and also how to use Mapbasic - your programming language without having Mapbasic installed. Although soon we will see a series of programs Mapbasic, today we will take the opportunity and not let us use the Mapbasic itself, through the interface of your program. Alternatively, we learn a new concept that can be learned and that we also use a lot, not only with the MapInfo:... read more
Tuesday, April 20, 2010 8:00:00 PM
The geo-referenced analysis are widely used in the field of Telecom and IT. Up to now use some programs Access and Google Earth to facilitate the acquisition of geo-referenced data, but there are several other tools as good as these, and also widely used. This is the case for example of MapInfo, which still uses SQL and also has its own language automation - the Mapbasic. Today we will have our first contact with him, and some tips for using the program. Later we will return to using Google... read more