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Every effort has been made in the preparation of this document to ensure accuracy of the contents, but all statements, information, and recommendations in this document do not constitute the warranty of any kind, express or implied. Organization The manual consists of 12 chapters and two appendixes. Chapter 4 Installing the Probe mainly introduces the hardware requirements and the installation method. Chapter 5 User Interface gives a fully description of system interface and parameter windows.
Users can get familiar with the system interface after reading this chapter. Chapter 6 Managing the Project describes the test project management of Probe system. Users can get acquainted with the concept of test project and some basic operations.
This part is the essential for the test preparation, and should be attached with enough attention. Chapter 8 Configuring Test Plan gives a panoramic view on how to configure a test plan.
Chapter 9 Controlling the Test and Playing the Log File Back introduces the test control and log play during and after the test. Chapter 11 File Exporting Function describes how to export the data. Appendix A Common Parameters describes the common parameters in Probe and some equipment. Headings, Command, Command Description are in Bold boldface. Terminal Display Terminal Display is in Courier New; message input by the user via the terminal is in boldface.
Symbols Eye-catching symbols are also used in the manual to highlight the points worthy of special attention during the operation. They are defined as follows: Caution, Warning, Danger: Means reader be extremely careful during the operation.
QXDM Format A-1 A. A-2 Appendix B Acronyms and Abbreviations B-1 Index The Probe supports the Scanner and test UEs. Table lists the features of the Probe.
The Probe measures the signal strength and Measuring signal strength quality, and combines the measurement data with and quality the geographic data. Real-time automatically voice prompts and other icon prompts make the testing more user-friendly. The stable and reliable data records, automatic Locating network faults more reconnection with the devices, controllable log easily playback, and the co-activated information display make the network problem searching much easier.
Providing automatic and The automatic and extendable event list can extendable event list assistant you in analyzing calling performance. These functions realize the playback of the test Test data saving, exporting, process and offer original test data for other combing, playbacking post-processing tools.
Table Main functions Function Description The Probe collects wireless measurement parameters and signaling. In addition, the Probe supports the coversion among different modes. The Probe reports the progress of the process in real time and gives the statistic report after the test. Each UE executes different measurement tasks. It measures and displays the inside signal distribution of a building. The Probe can preset, import, and export the test plan.
Moreover, the Probe is capable of displaying the execution result. The preset of test plan means that the Probe sets down the test plan for Preset of test plan test device. Take the UE for an example. Set such test plans as calling test, FTP sending or loading, or concurrent service tests. After the test begins, the Probe automatically executes the test plan items one by one. The Probe supports alarms under special situations. For instance, when a device is unexpectedly Hardware alarm disconnected or the GPS signal is inadequate, the Probe warns you of the alarms in the form of either dialog box or sound.
You can perceive the change of the connection status in real time. The log mask filtering supports selective reception of parameters. Measure parameter filtering In case of GSM service test, select it to report the associated parameters. Note: In the Probe, some of the parameters are read at Sampling rate setting a high frequency level, which results in heavy data volume and system resource consumption. The Probe saves the test data into the LOG file in the manner of real-time refresh to enhance the security.
The LOG data can be exported to a. The LOG data that conforms to certain constrains can be combined together. The co-activated information is displayed if you click a record in a window like a signaling, map, or Co-activated information event window. The display of co-activated display information helps you to locate and analyze the network troubles. The Probe displays the following on the map: z Measurement track z Parameter value Geographic display of z Legend wireless measurement z Switchable data parameter z Base station z Pilot line The Probe supports the import of raster maps.
You can add, delete, or configure the parameters Display of custom parameters as required. The Probe synchronizes with GPS standard time. If a high level of time precision is required, apply the GPS standard time to the operating system. The Probe gives the information statistics on the QoS service layer. The Probe conducts comparison tests for different Comparison test UEs in the different networks.
The chapters in this manual follow the natural process flow, and emphasize on the essential functions. You can get familiar with the system interfaces after reading this chapter. You can get acquainted with the concept of test project and some basic operations.
For details, refer to Chapter 4 "Installing the Probe. Alternatively, choose Open Project to open an existing project. Take the UE Qualcomm for an example. For details, refer to Chapter 7 "Connecting the Devices. A dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure Figure ManualConfig dialog box 8 Click to add the device. The system displays the Device Config dialog box, as shown in Figure The device can be found only when it is correctly connected.
If the data service is tested, the Modem Port needs to be configured, for the Probe conducts the dialup and observes the throughput on the application layer. An example is listed below. For details, refer to Chapter 8 "Configuring Test Plan. The system displays a screen, as shown in Figure Figure Setting parameters 4 Click OK. For details, refer to section 6.
For details about each window, refer to section 5. The engineering file is saved in. The test plan can be saved either in the engineering file, or individually. For details about saving the test plan individually, refer to part 6. You can control the test process and observe the data changes in the signaling window. Playback the Log file created during the drive test or export the data. For details about the playback of the log file, refer to section 9. The comparison test items consist of z Voice call test items z Video phone test items 3.
The system adds more windows for parameter display. The windows are used to: z Display the signal strength of serving cell under GSM idle state z Display the cell selection and parameter re-selection in the GSM network 3. The configuration result influences the display and the export of DTI Scanner data. This DTI Scanner gaining parameter enables the complete cancellation of antenna gain and cable loss. The commercial UEs take the place of test UEs to conduct the automatic dialing test.
By this means, the disadvantages of test UEs at the early stage of network construction can be avoided. For the unlisted LogCode on the layer 1 and layer 2, if they are required, you can add them manually during LogMask configuration.
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