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Thread: Ask about call-reestablishment feature in 3G Ericsson system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by des118 View Post
    Dear scorpion,

    The Call Re-establishment feature enables the UE to request re-establishment of a connection when loss of DL synchronization or an unrecoverable Radio Link Control (RLC) error is detected.
    Does anybody have tested feature ?
    During the test i see 'cel reestablishment' message in TEMS, but only after call irrevocably dropped.


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    one of the best feature to be implemented in any network ur DCR will improve like any thing for us it was 30% improvement .


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    one of the drawback it could make a silent call, as this feature add more timer T314 in the supervision calculation. if you set this parameter too high, there is a chance to get silent call


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    Hi,

    We have recently deployed the CRE feature in our network. I would like to know, how this feature works.

    Can anyone send the like for it?


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    but what is the impact/? will it improve call drop rate?




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