MULTITRANSMITTER COVERAGE RESULT
The result of a multi-coverage consists of:
•A visual layer of signal level: shows the level received at each point in the calculation area.
•A visual layer of best server: shows the transmitter that provides the best signal at each point in the calculation area.
In addition to these three visual layers, which can be displayed independently or as a whole, the result includes a radio element for each coverage representing the transmitter with which each individual coverage has been calculated.
You can also consult the results of individual coverages.
INTERFERENCE RESULT OF A MULTITRANSMITTER COVERAGE
The interference calculation in a multitransmitter coverage study generates the value of the carrier to signal ratio (C/I).
The following figure is a screenshot of the query of the interference result in a point:
The results of coverage and interference are stored separately in the Results Manager.
LTE SERVICE RESULT OF A MULTITRANSMITTER COVERAGE
When the service or technology of the Multitransmitter coverage study is LTE, the results obtained are specific to this technology. The signal result for example refers to the RSRP signal, and additionally the following results are calculated:
•Theoretical Troughput Downlink.
•Theoretical Troughput Uplink.
These results meaning is described in the following link.
It is also possible to perform a specific capacity calculation that will help determine which base stations are likely to be in an overload situation.