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How much load can a single eNB can handle?

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Kindly let me know how much load a single eNB can handle?

posted May 12, 2017 by Shilpy Agrawal

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we can say two matrices for load balancing , like no of UE and resource available at ENB. Each ENB will have some limitation in supporting no of UE (spec says each can serve upto 65535 based on 2byte RNTI) based on the PHY capability and limitation of resource based on UE activity. so if any of these exceeding the threshold value which is configured by OEM then load balancing is required.

answer May 12, 2017 by Ankit Mishra
can u plz tell me in figures that how much load eNB can handle after which it requires balancing? what is the metric or unit to measure load?  I am confused. plz help
there is no fixed number here. it is based on user availability and how user utilizing the resource. say e.g in 20Mhz BW you have 150Mbps resource and you have 50UE in an ENB. each UE having dedicated GBR bearer of 3Mbps then you will not have any other resource to upcoming UE's or may be you cannot serve current UE because of some UE channel condition. In this scenario you have to balance this ENB. Like this all combination have to check
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