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what is the difference between Offset and Hysteresis with respect to measurement ?

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While going through measurement events we will find two tern offset and Hysteresis , offset is quite clear as it is kind of ∇X in terms of strength of signal but can any one elaborate points on Hysteresis ?

posted Jun 5, 2015 by Sachidananda Sahu

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Hysteresis: There can be a delay between action and reaction of a measurement and handover takes place. So there is a small error included in the measurement reporting to minimize the effect of the delay. In short measured neighbor look worse than measured to make sure it is really stronger before the UE decides to send a measurement report to initiate a handover.

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answer Jun 5, 2015 by Salil Agrawal
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