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Regulatory is a governmental organization that is responsible for evaluating the quality of service (QoS) of the network periodically. To verify the mobile operators’ performance, Regulatory should measure network’s coverage and QoS parameters like RSSI, CINR, Jitter. Thus, measuring these parameters is a main disturbance for the Regulatory. These disturbances are due to the test accuracies and both their time and cost effectiveness. Totally, drive test includes a vehicle, a laptop, a measuring software and a modem (of indoor/outdoor/USB type). Due to our review, there are many different drive test tools for measurement like Epitiro, Anite that satisfy the enough accuracy but there aren’t any systematic scenarios for surveying and accomplishing the drive test. In this paper we want to survey the network quality from the Regulatory point of view. We have gathered new important equations for drive test and introduced three new field test scenarios and compared them with the existing ones. We showed our scenarios are time and cost effective in all cellular mobile networks and are applicable in GSM, UMTS, LTE and mobile WiMax networks.
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- Three Novel Time and Cost Effective Evaluation Coverage Drive Test of Mobile Networks by Regulatory
Jahangir Dadkhah Chimeh
- Springer US