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LTE: What is the use of "CellIndividualoffset" parameter ?

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In what scenario "CellIndividualoffset" is considered ?

posted Jan 5, 2016 by Harshita

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"Cell Individual offset" parameter is mainly for two purposes either during cell re-selection or during taking decision to trigger measurement report. Network may configure an offset value for each cell . It helps to increase or reduce the cell border.
It can be a positive or a negative value. In case of positive value, it reduce the border boundary and increase the probability of successful handover. While for a negative value , results revert.

answer Jan 7, 2016 by Vimal Kumar Mishra
Can u pls explain about IND offset parameter. NHQ persons changed this parameter to change RS power to half power. I can't understand about this. can u pls explain simply
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