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Load balancing in LTE ?

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In LTE networks , how we can know that a particular eNB node is overloaded or not ? I mean how to know that there is a requirement of load balancing . Is there any unit or metric to measure load of eNB?

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posted May 12, 2017 by Shilpy Agrawal

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Hi,
As i know via X2 interface ENB will be communicated with load parameters like left out resources no of UE , with this OEM will take an action for load balancing.

answer May 12, 2017 by Ankit Mishra
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