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## Definition of the CSSR

1.1 Definition
The CSSR indicates the probability of successful calls initiated by the MS. The CSSR is
an important KPI for evaluating the network performance. If this KPI is too low, the
subscribers are not likely to make calls successfully. The user experience is thus affected.

## 1.2 Recommended Formula

The CSSR can be obtained through traffic measurement and drive tests. The recommended
formula for calculating this KPI is as follows:
CSSR = Successful Assignments/Call-related Requests x 100%
BSS CSSR = Immediate Assignment Success Rate x Assignment Success Rate x (1 SDCCH Drop Rate) x 100%

For details on the traffic measurement related to the previous formulas, the three related
counters (Immediate Assignment Success Rate, SDCCH Drop Rate, and Assignment
Success Rate), and the comparison between the counters of Huawei and the counters of
other vendors, refer to the GSM BSS Network KPI (Call Setup Success Rate) Baseline.
This manual takes the traffic measurement of the BSC6000 as an example.

## 1.3 Measurement Point

The BSS CSSR is a combined KPI. For details on its measurement points, refer to the
GSM BSS Network KPI (Immediate Assignment Success Rate) Baseline, the GSM BSS
Network KPI (Assignment Success Rate) Baseline, and the GSM BSS Network KPI
(SDCCH Drop Rate) Baseline. Figure 1-1 shows the measurement points of the CSSR
through the signaling process of call setup.

## Note: The measurement points illustrated in Figure 1-1 are as follows:

AImmediate Assignment Requests (Channel Requests (Circuit Service))
BSuccessful Immediate Assignments (Call Setup Indications (Circuit Service))
CAssignment Requests (Seizure Requests)
DCompleted Assignments (Successful TCH Seizures)

The following formula shows the relations between the CSSR and Immediate Assignment
Success Rate, SDCCH Drop Rate, and Assignment Success Rate.
BSS CSSR = Successful Assignments/Call-related Requests
= D/A
= B/A x C/B x D/C
= B/A x (1-(B-C)/B) x D/C
= Immediate Assignment Success Rate x (1 - SDCCH Drop Rate) x Assignment Success
Rate