Wireless Network Performance Handbook, Chapter 5

This chapter covers three basic principles, key goals and objectives, measurement and monitoring and scheduling defining actions.

Chapter 5 - RF System Performance and Troubleshooting

This excerpt is reprinted with permission from McGraw-Hill, copyright 2003. For more information or to order the

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The Wireless Network Performance Handbook provides vital information network engineers and managers must have to stay competitive in a fast-moving, cost-conscious field, and to ready their networks for 3G mobile data and services. It contains realistic advice on metrics, troubleshooting methods, design guidelines, revenue assurance and more.

Chapter 5, "RF System Performance and Troubleshooting," covers three basic principles. First, defining key goals and objectives for the performance of the system. Second, defining how these goals and objectives will be measured or monitored. Third, defining the actions to be taken on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis to improve system performance. Stressing that system performance for any wireless network involves a continuous series of adjustments and refinements.

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This was first published in June 2003

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