Step 1: Calculate the No. of Transactions/Second Taking Place in the Network
Enter the number of subscribers in the network (or the number of subscribers you would like to support), and the number of calls per subscriber per hour taking place (Busy Hour Call Attempts – BHCA), and hit the “Calculate” button:
No. of subscribers in the network:
Average number of calls per subscriber per hour (BHCA):
No. of CAMEL transactions per second in your network:
Step 2: Calculate the Link Capacity Required to Support CAMEL transactions in the Network
Enter the number of CAMEL transactions per second, the average transaction size (in Bytes), and choose the link capacity (usually 64Kbit), and hit “Calculate”:
No. of CAMEL transactions per second to support:
Avg. transaction size (in Bytes):
No. of SS7 LSL required at 50% utilization:
No. in SIGTRAN bandwidth (in KB per second):
What is a Link Capacity by CAMEL Transactions Calculator?
This calculator is based on the Erlang C traffic model is commonly used to optimize the number of connections (or service agents) needed in a call center to handle a certain load of calls.
This calculator is used to calculate the link capacity necessary to support a certain number of CAMEL transactions. In order to use this calculator, it is necessary to know the number of CAMEL transactions per second that occur on the network.
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