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    Default Accumulated interference power for PRB

    Hi, according to vendor doc, the following parameters

    pmRadioRecInterferencePwrPrb1
    The accumulated interference power for PRB1
    Unit: mW * 2^(-44)
    Scanner: Not included in any predefined scanner
    Condition: Samples summed over the measurement period. Measurements are averaged over receive antennas. One sample for each PRB per 40ms.
    Counter type: CC/SUM
    Counter is reset after measurement period: Yes

    How can I convert them to dBm?

    If I apply directly factor 2^(-44) the values make no sense.

    For example, for CELL_1 the value of PMRADIORECINTERFERENCEPWRPRB1 for DAY_1 is

    166744963

    If factor 2^(-44) is applied the mW value is
    9.47835E-06

    and in dBm the value is -50.23 which makes no sense.

    example PRB E4G.jpg

    Thanks in advance.
    Last edited by dannthemann; 2019-04-15 at 06:10 PM

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    Default Re: Accumulated interference power for PRB

    Hi, any idea how to convert this counter into dBm?

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    pmRadioRecInterferencePwrPrb1The accumulated interference power for PRB1
    Unit: mW * 2^(-44)
    Scanner: Not included in any predefined scanner
    Condition: Samples summed over the measurement period. Measurements are averaged over receive antennas. One sample for each PRB per 40ms.
    Counter type: CC/SUM
    Counter is reset after measurement period: Yes

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