Improve Radio Spectral Efficiency
EXTENDING WIRELESS RADIO SPECTRAL EFFICIENCY
With billions of smart objects, mobile devices, and applications being added to mobile networks, demand for radio connections is skyrocketing.
Because the Internet servers are unaware of the mobile device`s radio state, many non-real-time control messages create an unnecessary radio state change.
Flash Networks specializes in Radio spectral efficiency from the Data Core. We are the data experts.
Spectrum efficiency describes the amount of data transmitted over a given spectrum or bandwidth with minimum transmission errors.
Get more out of your existing infrastructure with improved radio spectral efficiency
Spectral efficiency refers to the amount of data that can be transmitted over a specific bandwidth. You can use it to compare how efficiently two different systems utilize the same frequency.
Flash Networks` radio spectral efficiency solution - Radio connection optimization reduces the number of radio resource control (RRC) state changes by up to 15 % and reduces paging by 20%. This allows operators, to serve up to 10 % more subscribers with the network resources already in place. With this solution, mobile operators can get the most out of their existing network by means of improved efficiency. They can minimize the need to install new cells and save millions of dollars.
Radio spectral efficiency provides a measure of the bit rate that is transmitted in a given communication channel.
It is the net bit rate (useful information rate excluding error-correction codes) or the throughput divided by the radio frequency bandwidth. Radio spectral efficiency is measured in bits per second per Hertz (bit/s/Hz).
Improved radio spectral efficiency
Reduce the number of radio resource control state changes (RRC) by up to 15 %.
Ability to meet growing demand
Serve up to 15 % more users by optimizing existing resources.
Deferred infrastructure investment
Get more out of your existing network with improved efficiency.
Improve radio spectral efficiency to handle more traffic
Meet the demand for more radio connections without an immediate investment in new infrastructure by improving radio spectral efficiency with the following Flash Networks processes:
Subscriber state estimation
Subscriber traffic is monitored, and once idle on all ports and directions for the radio idle time out, the subscriber is detected as being in an “idle” state.
Transport layer control messages
When the subscriber is in an “idle” state these control messages are delayed and queued, then transmitted in batches when the user returns to the “connect” state.
Repetitive control messages
Messages are identified and piggybacked to prevent the creation of multiple RRC (radio resource control) state changes.
Radio Connection Optimization
Subscribers` demand for content translates into an exponential increase in mobile connections. This increase can cause an interruption in the Application service as its loading the control channel heavily. With the On/Off methodology a reduction of control channel load can be achieved with smart Radio Connection Optimization.