Free Webinar:
How to Take into Account Customer Experience
when Designing a Wireless Network

This is the 3rd webinar of the CelPlan Webinar Series


If you missed this webinar and/or wish to view it again, please click on the video link below. We are also providing the slides and a FAQ of questions we received from the attendees of the webinar.


Resources for this webinar:

4G Training & Certification


Mobile user devices, connections and data consumption are expected to grow exponentially over the next few years.

Revenues from mobile subscriptions are decreasing while subscriber growth, demand and usage are increasing. At the same time, mobile operators are expected to ensure their networks are able to meet the increasing demand needed to safeguard their market share & revenue streams.

Most operators are looking at 4G as a natural evolution and a solution capable of meeting this exponential growth & traffic demand. 4G network user traffic is defined by the application users will use and its dimensioning is essential for the design of 4G networks. LTE is becoming the broadband technology and data traffic is growing exponentially.


Operators are finding out that reality is different from marketing figures.


CelPlan is pleased to provide this Free, Educational Webinar on "How to Take into Account Customer Experience when Designing a Wireless Network".


In our session, we will discuss:

  • Factors that affect customer experience
    • Slow network response
    • Delay
    • Lost session
    • Bad quality
  • Parameters that affect customer experience
    • Internet connection
    • Network settings
    • SNR
  • SNR availability and how to calculate it
  • How to correlate SNR availability to customer experience

This webinar is part of a series of webinars on LTE and 4G Technologies in general. Each webinar topic is different from the other, but the series is designed in such a way that each webinar builds upon and complements the foundation of the previous webinar.


Next webinar of the CelPlan Webinar Series: LTE Measurements, What they Mean and How they are Used

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