What is CINR (Carrier to Interference-plus-Noise Ratio)?

CINR is an estimation of signal viability. It is shown in Decibels. The CINR of that signal must be at the correct CINR level, in order for a receiver to correctly process a received signal.
Carrier to interference plus noise (CINR) is the proportion of the signal carrier’s best servings for the intervention seen at all other sectors, plus all the noise. By this proportion, sectors can produce an excess of intervention so that design can be adjusted to correct these issues.