I am sure someone can help me with the same. I have e1 links between the 2 sites which are conneted via the radio links.
As soon as the radio link fades the e1 link goes down. There are few condition of fading which is severe fading and light fading. With light fading the cell loss is there but with severe fading the e1 link goes down.
Now I am trying to find out what should be the minimum ms (milliseconds) configuration between the radio links to work fine and what will be the maximum and minimum ms rate at which the problem may start coming up.
If someone can help me with the same or can guide me with the links with these details will be highy appreciated.
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