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RTWP vs RSCP | difference between RTWP and RSCP in WCDMA or UMTS

This page on RTWP vs RSCP describes difference between RTWP and RSCP terms used in WCDMA or UMTS. The link to difference between RSCP vs Ec/No vs RSSI is also provided.

RTWP - Received Total Wideband Power

As mentioned RTWP is the short form of Received Total Wideband Power. This measure provides total uplink power received by NodeB (i.e. Base Station in UMTS/WCDMA).

RSCP - Received Signal Code Power

As mentioned RSCP is the short form of Received Signal Code Power. It is the energy per chip in CPICH channel averaged over period of 512 chips.

difference between RSCP vs Ec/No vs RSSI

Refer RSCP vs Ec/No vs RSSI for difference between RSCP, Ec/No and RSSI.

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