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The LTE network analysis in Xirio offers global results represented like coverage spots on Xirio viewer.  In addition, the distribution of SINR and throughput results in its service area is detailed for each sector.

The RSRP (Reference Signal Received Power) result is defined as the mean of power contributions of elementary resources containing reference signals within the considered bandwidth.



The RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indicator) result is defined as the mean of total power received in OFDM symbols containing reference signals. It is a parameter that provides information about total power received taking into account interference and thermal noise.



The RSRQ (Reference Signal Received Quality) result is defined as the N · RSRP / RSSI ratio, where N is the number of RB's of RSSI result measurement bandwidth.



The SINR result for the downlink (PDSCH) and uplink (PUSCH).



The theoretical maximum throughput result for the uplink and downlink.



The RS SINR (Reference Signal SINR) result shows the signal-to-interference plus noise ratio of the reference signals, considering only the symbols in which they are transmitted.



In addition Xirio offers individual results for each of study sectors.

Report and plot of SINR results distribution in the sector service area, for both uplink and downlink:


lte_SINR_report         lte_SINR_graph

Report and plot of theoretical throughput results distribution in the sector service area, for both uplink and downlink:


lte_throughput_report           lte_throughput_graph_2