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The W-Planning (v1.

3) plug-in instructions
Directory
1.1 Data produced Part 2
1.1.1 Source data production
(1) GSM data format
(2) WCDMA data format
(3) o-zone data
1.1.2 The cell information table is imported into the MapInfo 5
1.1.2.1 Importing Workers Participation 5
1.1.3 Data updates
1.1.3.1 update existing district working parameters
1.1.3.2 new base station 7
1.2 The basic function 7
1.2.3 The planning tool 9
1.2.3.1 GSM frequency planning application: 9
1.2.3.2 WCDMA scrambling codes planning application: 10
1.2.4 o Community Tools: 11
1.2.4.1 database: 11
1.2.4.2 pros and cons to the neighbor cell relations query and display 12
1.2.5 analog coverage analysis tool: 15
1.2.6 tool 16

W-Planning Plug-ins is based on MapInfo plug-ins developed for WCDMA / GSM network settings
check and optimization. The advantage is the intuitive display, easy to operate.
Main features are:
NodeB / BTS base station information of the map;
In accordance with the cell number, fuzzy station search district;
GSM frequency planning, planning WCDMA scrambling codes;
in accordance with the BSC (RNCs) / LAC simulation boundaries geography of;
district analog coverage;
Optimization 2/3G adjacent areas;
one-way adjacent areas to check and graphical;

1.1 Data production section


This section describes the production of the raw data in CSV table format, and precautions

1.1.1 Source data production


The original cell information is a CSV file, workers participate in a specific format to import, note
that the information must be accurate, in particular, is required.
(1) GSM data format

LAC_CI ------------------------------------ cell ID, such as 14466_55001, Required;


LAC ------------------------------------- the LAC District Required;
CI -------------------------------------- cell number, such as 55001, Required;
SITE_NO ------------------------------------- Station, optional;
SITE_NAME --------------------------------- Site Name Required;
CELL_NAME -------------------------------- district name, water juncture -1, required;
BSC --------------------------------------------- ownership of BSC , required;
BSIC ------------------------------------------- BSIC, Required;
BCCH ---------------------------------------- BCCH required;
TCH1 ~ TCH12 ------------------------------ TCH frequency, required no filling 0
LONGITUDE / LATITUDE --------------- base station latitude and longitude, required
AZIMUTH --------------------------------- azimuth, the whole station 360, change the fill
LENGTH the ------------------------------------- geography of the cell coverage system;
Figure 1.1 GSM_Site.csv

Figure 1.1 GSM_Site.csv

(2) WCDMA data format


LAC_CI -------------------------------------- cell ID, such as 14466_55001, Required;
LAC ------------------------------------- the LAC District Required;
CI -------------------------------------- cell number, such as 55001, Required;
NodeBID ------------------------------------- Station, optional;
NodeBName --------------------------------- site name, required;
Cell_Name ---------------------------- district name, such as water juncture -1, required;
RNCID --------------------------------------------- attributable to the RNC , required;
UARFCN ---------------------------------------- frequency required;
P-SC ----------------------------- scrambler, required
Longitude / Latitude --------------- base station latitude and longitude, required
Azimuth ---------------------------------- azimuth, the whole station 360, change the fill
Length ------------------------------------- geography of the district covering systems;
Figure 1.2 WCDMA_Site.csv

Figure 1.2 WCDMA_Site.csv


Note: The base station property, please use the above named methods, otherwise it will
cause a read error, the user can add other attributes column, the column can be in
alphabetical order.
Users can also extend a set of attributes used for base station ID, for example, routing area,
configuration, antenna height, the auxiliary carrier frequency, the next dip, coverage, business
offices, time-sharing partition information, the column names and content of these attributes can
customize

(3) O - Zone Data


Fill out an example
bscname
s_network
s_lac
s_cellid
sitename
d_network
d_lac
d_cellid
BCCH_UARFCN
bsic_psc
direction

PT_BSC512
2G
14 446
50272
BS5027_JiangKouPingMin-27
2G
14 353
10 582
110
21
2G_2G

Note: s_network / d_network fill out the specification for 2G (3G), the direction fill
specification 2G_2G/2G_3G/3G_3G/3G_2G

1.1.2 District Information Table imported into MapInfo


Basic data sheet, fill in the complete, according to the specification check, run the plug-in, as
shown:

1.1.2.1 Importing workers Participation


Select the menu Create Map with GSM_Site, the operation of the screen are as follows:

Similarly select the Create Map with WCDMA_Site the Import the Neighbor two import,
WCDMA, and adjacent areas of data

1.1.3 Data updates


Planning data often changes, the frequency and scrambling code needs to be updated
according to the current network operation. The updated data is relatively simple.
1.1.3.1 Update existing residential work parameters
MapInfo comes tool Info_tool, click the object
you want to modify (Figure 1.1.3.1,
modify the cell data), directly modify => Save, longitude and latitude there is a change to
refresh the layers, you can select the changed district, then as shown in Figure 1.1.3.2 Refresh
Data menu), pay attention to the updated position, must take LAC_CI, LAC, CI data fill in the
correct
Figure 1.1.3.1 To modify the cell data

Figure 1.1.3.2 Refresh Layers

1.1.3.2 New Base Stations


The simplest way to change the layer is programmable, then copy an existing base station,
drag the newly added cell layer, and then modify the information, select the refresh, you can
complete the site to add

1.2 Basic features


Shortcut button Profile

(1) To open the Layer


(2) Cell search
(3) GSM frequency planning (frequency)
(4) GSM frequency planning frequency (next)
(5) WCDMA scrambling code planning (scrambler)
(6) WCDMA scrambling code planning (a scrambler)
(7) Adjacent areas to find the (forward lookup)
(8) Adjacent areas to find the (reverse lookup)
(9) The BSC / RNC geography of boundaries
(10) The LAC geography of boundaries
(11) To open the Legend
(12) To export a Google KML file
(13) Refresh layer

1.2.1 Open table command description:


"Open work table ..." command in the menu, or click the button (below the toolbar (red).
Execute this command in the specified folder to open the MapInfo Table. Of course, can also
turn on the Open menu of MapInfo Table appropriate form, according to the need to select
the appropriate form
Note: To open the form must be in the same directory

1.2.2 Cell Search

The above chart selected, to locate

Select the network you want to find, enter the district number, district name to search for an
exact match, center and display corresponding Message, and as shown below (Find Wat
Stone Town, -1 district)

1.2.3 The planning tool


1.2.3.1 GSM frequency planning application:
The tool can query the plot of the 12-carrier configuration, the use of red, blue, and green
display BCCH, TCH1 to TCH12 frequency planning. Related commands are
Find frequency
Find previous frequency
Find the next frequency
Query performance is as follows. And the tool also provides shortcut buttons related to a
frequency point / N about frequency (uppercase P)

1.2.3.2 WCDMA scrambling codes planning application:


Tool inquiries 1-512 scrambling code, the use of red, blue, and green show the PSC planning
circumstances, by way of scrambling code planning, you can choose +1, +8 two presentation.
Related commands are
Find PSC
Find previous PSC
Find next PSC

Query as shown below

1.2.4 The adjacent plot tool:


Adjacent cell Tools main menu as shown in the main function of the whole network neighbor
data analysis is reverse adjacent cell relationship query and display; one-way adjacent areas
query (2/3G)

1.2.4.1 Analysis of the database:


Find Single Way Neighbor
The entire network into a one-way neighbor. The analysis relates only to the Neighbor Data
Sheet. Neighbor data must be included in the column related to the data of the source cell,
target cell data, as follows:
The source cell data: bscname, s_network s_lac, s_cellid
Target cell data: d_network, d_lac, d_cellid,
Global labeling: direction
the user interface is as follows:

(1) Export Single Direction_neighbor.csv export the report of the one-way adjacent areas in
the C: / OneWay.csv
(2) Show Single Direction neighbor sub-item to complete, one-way adjacent areas of
geographic graphical, intuitive and convenient, reducing excessive inspection process.

1.2.4.2 Pros and Cons to query and display the neighbor cell relations
Neighbor cell relations query must use MapInfo tool
, use this tool in the CELL map, click
query cell, and then choose a command shown below to complete the query and display of
normal or reverse the adjacent cell.
"Display Neighbors for a selected cell": query and display for the forward neighbor cell
relations (cut out).
"Display a cell Neighbor in backward": used to query and display of reverse neighbor cell
relations (cut into).
As an option users can also choose the shortcut keys to execute commands
(1) GSM Neighbor cell search
The following is a forward lookup renderings of the GSM cell

Note: the gray lines 2G_2G adjacent areas, and green lines for the relationship of the adjacent
district of 2G_3G
Following is a GSM cell reverse lookup renderings

Description: The gray lines for the adjacent areas of the 2G_2G relations of brown lines for
3G_2G adjacent areas
(2) WCDMA Neighbor cell search
The following is a forward lookup renderings of the WCDMA cell

Note: The red lines for the adjacent areas of the 3G_3G relations of brown lines for 3G_2G
adjacent areas

The following is a WCDMA cell reverse lookup renderings

Description: The red lines 3G_3G adjacent areas, the green lines relationship for 2G_3G
adjacent areas

1.2.5 The simulation coverage analysis tool:


Daily work, we often need to have a rough idea of network coverage, for example, each
division of the BSC, LAC Region division, and cell cellular analog coverage area, this tool can
automatically calculate the BSC / LAC zone The simulation program, marked with different
colors. The function menu as follows:

Renderings of the BSC program (LAC similar), as follows:

Be in line with tools of Toolmate "the Embed Thematic in the map" display the layers within
the legend, which is more convenient to view, the effect is as follows:

1.2.6 Tools

(1) "Embed Thematic in the map layers within the legend


(2) Export mapinfo2google export MapInfo The picture shows Google
Note that this operation requires you to not maximize and minimize the window, as shown as
the window, and Figure as the action is to display all objects,

Layer Control operation to display the Label above for export complete GOOGLE kml file,
Export and Save KML files to UTF-8 format output