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Spectrum Management and Network Design for GSM 900/1800

This project deals with the investigation on bandwidth allocation schemes followed in Nepal and other countries. It also contains network design for GSM 900 and GSM 1800 taking into consideration only the coverage planning. Ideal network design of GSM 900 has been performed in the context of Kathmandu Valley. Matlab simulation related to the traffic handling capacity of GSM 900, GSM 1800 and GSM 900/1800 has also been performed.

The investigation on bandwidth allocation mainly deals with the present scenario of spectrum management in Nepal. It provides data on how the limited resource of spectrum has been made available to the various operators. The procedure followed by Nepal has been compared with the ones used in various other countries. Further information related to ITU (International Telecommunication Union) and its functioning has also been gathered.

The network design portion of this project considers network design of GSM 900 and GSM 1800 for coverage planning. Network design portion also contains ideal network design for GSM 900 for Kathmandu Valley. A Matlab simulation related to this has also been performed that provides information about the power received by each user, and the handover of calls. Another Matlab simulation provides comparison between the traffic handling capacity of GSM 900, GSM 1800 and dual band GSM 900/1800.


  •     Suraj Jung Karki
  •     Ang Tashi Lama Sherpa
 

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