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What is the impact of PCI/PSS (Mod3/Mod6) Collisions in FD-LTE technology?

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What is the impact of PCI/PSS (Mod3/Mod6) Collisions in FD-LTE technology?
posted Jun 4, 2016 by anonymous

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In general what I know due to PCI collision, radio interference level will be increased and because of that RLF (radio link failure) and lower throughout results. I observed the similar behavior in my lab during some feature testing. There is a formula known as "Zadoff–Chu sequence" is used for PCI selection. PCI of neighbor cells should be orthogonal to each other.

Please have a look into following reference.

answer Jun 5, 2016 by Vikram Singh
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