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    Default How to calculate DL PDCP of individual UE

    Hi

    i refer to Alex, calculate DL PDCP UE Throughhput = (pmPdcpVolDlDrb-pmPdcpVolDlDrbLastTTI)/pmUeThpTimeDl
    but it looks like throughput at PDCP layer of all UEs not of individual UE. please correct me if i wrong
    please suggest me how to calculate PDCP layer throughput of individual UE

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    Default Re: How to calculate DL PDCP of individual UE

    Salam

    i think you should use call traces for that purpose.

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    Default Re: How to calculate DL PDCP of individual UE

    Quote Originally Posted by nhake View Post
    Hi

    i refer to Alex, calculate DL PDCP UE Throughhput = ([FONT="]pmPdcpVolDlDrb-[/FONT]pmPdcpVolDlDrbLastTTI)/pmUeThpTimeDl
    but it looks like throughput at PDCP layer of all UEs not of individual UE. please correct me if i wrong
    please suggest me how to calculate PDCP layer throughput of individual UE

    Brgs


    Hi,

    I have no idea why you need to calculate individual UE's ThrPut or what is your use case. THere are 3 method to do it :

    1. Use Drive test with individual UE and via log file calculate it
    2. Use Scheduler Trace and tackle particular UE ID and calculate it (Heavy processing)
    3. Use CEO tools which can show you UE ThPut in application layer for individual application layer
    4. Use CTR and target a sample UeRef then calculate it

    PS: I personally used Scheduler trace once when i was benchmarking inter vendor scheduler efficiency and found it very useful


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