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LTE: What all configurations at the eNodeB can lead to less throughput at the cell edge ?

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While deploying or making lab setup what all things need to be taken into account ? In other words, how interference from neighboring cells can be minimized ? What all configuration values can create high interference between two LTE neighboring cells ?

posted Aug 26, 2016 by Harshita

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Hi harshita,

As per my observation, You can give two different PCI for each cell to avoid reference signal interference, Apply low power at UE UL power to minimize interference

answer Aug 29, 2016 by Jaganathan
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