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Huawei:

CDR = (Call Drops on Radio Interface in Stable State (Traffic Channel) + Call
Drops on Radio Interface in Handover State (Traffic Channel) + Call Drops due
to No MRs from MS for a Long Time (Traffic Channel) + Call Drops due to Abis
Terrestrial Link Failure (Traffic Channel) + Call Drops due to Equipment Failure
(Traffic Channel) + Call Drops due to Forced Handover (Traffic Channel)) /
(Successful TCH Seizures (Traffic Channel)) * 100
CSSR = (Success Rate of TCH Assignment*Success Rate of Call Setup
(Immediate Assignment)/10000)*100
ALCATEL:
CDR = Total TCH Drops / [Total TCH Seizures - (Successful HO Out) (Successful Intracell HO)]= MC736+MC621+MC14c+MC739+MC921c) /
((MC717a + MC717b) + (MC718) - (MC712))
CSSR= SDCCH Assignment Success Rate * TCH Assignment Success Rate or
=(1-SDCCH drop rate)*(1-TCH congestion rate)*(1-TCH assignment failure
rate)= [1-([(MC138+MC07+MC137)] / [(MC01+MC02)])] * [1-([(MC140a(MC142e+MC142f)- MC718] / [MC140a- (MC142e+MC142f)])]
ZTE:
CDR=Total TCH Drops / [Total TCH Seizures - (Successful HO Out) - (Successful
Intracell HO)]= C11615/[(C11657+C11659+C11921+C11923+C11667)(C11669)]
CSSR= SDCCH Assignment Success Rate * TCH Assignment Success Rate or
=(1-SDCCH drop rate)*(1-TCH congestion rate)*(1-TCH assignment failure
rate)=
(1-C11605*100/(C11625+C11696))(1-(C11610-C11697)*100/(C11609C11696))(1-C11657*100/(C11657+C11658))
ERICSSON:
For CDR forlmula for TCH Drops is given below.

Description:
This gives percentage TCH dropped Connections of total no of TCH connections
terminated in a cell.

CSSR as single KPI is not available for Ericsson, though constituents are
available.
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TCH assignment success rate is low for network, all of sudden we are facing
problem for all the BSC can anyone help regarding this
In telecommunications, the call setup success rate (CSSR) is the fraction of the attempts to make
a call that result in a connection to the dialled number (due to various reasons not all call attempts
end with a connection to the dialled number). This fraction is usually measured as a percentage of
all call attempts made.
In telecommunications a call attempt invokes a call setup procedure, which, if successful, results in
a connected call. A call setup procedure may fail due to a number of technical reasons. Such calls
are classified as failed call attempts. In many practical cases this definition needs to be further
expanded with a number of detailed specifications describing which calls exactly are counted as
successfully set up and which not. This is determined to a great degree by the stage of the call setup
procedure at which a call is counted as connected. In modern telecommunication systems, such
as cellular (mobile) networks, the call setup procedure maybe very complex and the point at which a
call is considered successfully connected may be defined in a number of ways, thus influencing the
way the call setup success rate is calculated. If a call is connected successfully but the dialled
number is busy, the call is counted as successful.
Another term, used to denote call attempts which fail during the call setup procedure, is blocked
calls.
The call setup success rate in conventional (so-called land-line) networks is extremely high and is
significantly above 99.9%. In mobile communication systems using radio channels the call setup
success rate is lower and may range for commercial networks between 90% and 98% or higher. The
main reasons for unsuccessful call setups in mobile networks are lack of radio coverage (either in
the downlink or the uplink), radio interference between different subscribers, imperfections in the
functioning of the network (such as failed call setup redirect procedures), overload of the different
elements of the network (such as cells), etc.

The call setup success rate is one of the key performance indicators (KPI) used by the network
operators to assess the performance of their networks. It is assumed to have direct influence on the
customer satisfaction with the service provided by the network and its operator. The call setup
success rate is usually included, together with other technical parameters of the network, in a key
performance indicator known as service accessibility.
The operators of telecommunication networks aim at increasing the call setup success rate as much
as practical and affordable. In mobile networks this is achieved by improving radio coverage,
expanding the capacity of the network and optimising the performance of its elements, all of which
may require considerable effort and significant investments on the part of the network operator.
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