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CROSS-CONNECTED TRANSCODER SOLUTION FOR IDEN BSCS IN THE ENHANCED MODE

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000008271D
Original Publication Date: 1997-Sep-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2002-May-31
Document File: 3 page(s) / 183K

Publishing Venue

Motorola

Related People

Derek Oxley: AUTHOR [+2]

Abstract

Although more cost effective than its predecessor, iDEN CallMode cannot be connected to more than one Transcoder BSC. A therefore, results in the loss of service to all sites in this paper, we propose a change to the existing BSUEBTS resource alloca- tion scheme, which would facilitate Mode while also providing a means to increase the efficiency of and an EBTS.

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CROSS-CONNECTED TRANSCODER SOLUTION FOR IDEN BSCS IN THE ENHANCED MODE

by Derek Oxley and Andrew Chu

ABSTRACT

  Although more cost effective than its predecessor, iDEN CallMode cannot be connected to more than one Transcoder BSC. A therefore, results in the loss of service to all sites in this paper, we propose a change to the existing BSUEBTS resource alloca- tion scheme, which would facilitate Mode while also providing a means to increase the efficiency of and an EBTS.

PROBLEM DESCRIPTION

  The functionality of iDEN BSCs in the Enhanced Mode is divided Call Processing BSC and the Transcoding BSC ( See Figure 1 ). In BSC infrastructure, interconnect audio is no longer routed to the switching functionality is concentrated at the Transcoding more cost effective than the traditional non-enhanced iDEN BSCZ ), it does not permit a Call Processing BSC to interface with (non- enhanced iDEN BSC are capable of cross-connect- ing Callers).

The reason that the current architecture does not allow for scheme in which an audio path is deter-

mined. An audio path is full-rate portion between the MSC (Mobile Switching Center) and subrate portion between the BSC system and EBTS (RCI). During the MSC will p,ick a CIC from a pool of CICs for the given Callmine the subrate portion of

the audio path based upon the Radionected to the RCI subrate connection which terminates on a Transcoder BSCs were connected to the Call Processor, then the not be connected to a particular site because it terminates on a the BSC system does not choose either...