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How many PLMN is supported in single cell ?

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LTE can share multiple PLMN in an single cell, This PLMN list will be transmitted in SIB1. but how many PLMN does single ENB supports?

posted Apr 21, 2017 by Himani

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As per specification a cell can broadcast up to 6 PLMNs. First plmn in the list is known as primary plmn while others are known as secondary plmn. Theoretically an eNodeB can support up to 255 cells but I never heard this number for a deployed site. In case RAN sharing there might be possibility that eNodeB is being shared. Theoretically maximum numbers can be calculated i.e 255 * 6 assumed each cell serving different set of PLMNs but it is not realistic number.

answer Apr 22, 2017 by Harshita
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