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TEMS™ INVESTIGATION TRAINING


MOBILIS ALGERIA

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AGENDA
 Introduction  Service Control
 Preparation & Configuration  Data collection and Analysis
 TEMS Investigation User Interface  Additional features

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MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION

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What is TEMS Investigation?

 Industry-leading tool for troubleshooting, verification,


optimization and maintenance of wireless networks.
 Offers data collection, real-time analysis and post-
processing all in one.
 Designed for in-vehicle, in-building and pedestrian-
area testing, TEMS Investigation’s powerful and
versatile features are essential throughout the
network’s life cycle.
 Operators can increase accessibility, improve retain-
ability and heighten service performance.

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FUNCTIONAL OVERVIEW

TEMS Investigation
offers operators the
capabilities of data
collection with real-
time presentation,
on-screen post-
processing and
report generation all
packed into one tool.

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USE AREAS

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TECHNOLOGIES

 TEMS Investigation is an air interface test


tool for cellular networks.
 Multi-technology capabilities:
 GSM/GPRS/EDGE
 WCDMA/HSPA/HSPA+
 LTE
 TD-SCDMA
 cdmaOne/cdma2000/EV-DO Rev 0/EV-DO Rev A
 WiMAX (carrier scanning)
 iDEN
 WiFi

 Service tests to mirror user experience of


the network (Voice, Data, AQM.)
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CONNECTABLE DEVICES

Supports a wide range of measurement devices.


 Phones
 Data Cards
 USB Modems
 Scanners
 GPS devices

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MODULE 2 : PREPARATION AND
CONFIGURATION

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PC HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS

 TEMS Investigation 16.1 is designed to run on a standard PC and


interfaces with the connected devices mainly through USB or serial ports.

 Minimum configuration requirement: Pentium T7200 or AMD TL-58 class


CPU, preferably with dedicated graphics card from ATI or nVidia; 1 GB
RAM.

 LTE data service testing at high throughput rates (above 50 Mbit/s) with a
Qualcomm chipset based device requires a very powerful PC processor,
For ex: a second-generation Intel Core i5 or comparable Intel Core i7.

 For more details refer to TEMS Investigation 16.1 Help manual.

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PC SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS

 The following operating systems are supported:


• Windows 7 with Service Pack 1 (x86, x64)
• Windows Vista with Service Pack 2 (x86)
• TEMS Investigation also runs under Windows 8 Pro.
 All the latest Windows updates should always be installed.

 Other Software requirements


• NET Framework version 4.5
• Microsoft Network Monitor (NetMon) is used by TEMS Investigation as
IP sniffer and must be present.
• Internet Explorer 8 or later required for Report Generator and online
help.
• Internet Explorer 9 required for HTTP download/upload testing with
• Internet Explorer
• Adobe Flash Player and Microsoft DirectX 9.0c

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INSTALLING TEMS INVESTIGATION
 Administrator rights are required to install TEMS Investigation.
 User Authentication Control (UAC) must be turned off
 Install from CD/download following the on-screen instructions.
• If installation does not start automatically, run the .exe file
 Default installation folder:
• C:\Program Files\Ascom\TEMS Products\TEMS Investigation <version>.
 Internet access is required to download 3rd party software

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UPDATING TEMS INVESTIGATION
 TEMS Investigation updates are available automatically.
 Check at start up
 Utility to check for updates installed
• Located under the utilities folder
 ODM and Mediator updates
• Mediator automatically updated
• New versions of ODM apk’s for phones
• New features added might need additional license(s) purchased
separately

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INSTALLING DEVICE DRIVERS

 Drivers for devices supplied by Ascom are delivered on a separate CD /


download
 Unpack ZIP archive
 Installation of drivers must be done as an Administrator
 HASP SRM driver is installed automatically along with TEMS
Investigation.
 All details regarding installation of device drivers can be found in the
TEMS Investigation User’s Manual.

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DETECTING DEVICES
 Before connecting the devices the drivers need to be
installed.

 Case 1:
For some devices, the drivers are already installed. So
after connecting device for the first time, point to the
appropriate folder in order for the device to be detected.
For example: Sony Ericsson W995.

 Case 2:
For some devices, the drivers needs to be installed prior
to connecting the device. For such devices, run the .exe
driver files and once installed, connect the devices. The
devices will be detected automatically in TI.
For example: Samsung Galaxy S

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LICENSING
 Licensing for TEMS Investigation is based on
the Global Licensing Service GLS Device Device
• E-mail with username (e-mail address) GLS
and password
• Register device with License Control
Center. Device
• Click License Administration
(https://ascom.flexnetoperations.com/)
• Log in with same credentials
• Search for device using Device ID.
• Update Alias
• Map AddOns
• Refresh License Control Center

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GLOBAL LICENSE SERVICE
Enhanced control over your licenses
 Instant access to software downloads and licenses
 Know where your licenses are! – License-assets at your fingertips
 Assign and revoke licenses via Web interface
 Auto return of SW licenses after set time period

Protect your investment


 No more hardware dongles! – One can’t misplace hardware keys
anymore

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LICENSE CONTROL CENTER
 Review what AddOns are mapped to your
device.
 Accessed via link in application or shortcut
via start menu
 Use Refresh after adding AddOns via
License Administration
 Return AddOns
• Manually
• Auto Return at specified time.

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LICENSE ADMINISTRATION
 https://ascom.flexnetoperations.com/
 Software Downloads
 View Devices and Entitlements
 Map AddOns NOTE that you only see available
AddOns in the list, not currently mapped on
devices.
 Instructional documentation and video tutorial.

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HELP MANUAL: OVERVIEW OF DOCUMENTATION
 Quick Guide
– Tells how to install the product, configure devices, and use the core functions of the application. This is a simple
“getting started” guide which is independent of the volumes that follow.
 Installation Guide
– Describes how to install the TEMS Investigation software, also covering PC requirements and licensing issues.
 Device Configuration Guide
– Covers the range of connectable devices and explains how to configure them for use with TEMS Investigation,
along with driver installation and any other PC configuration that may be necessary.
 User’s Manual
– This is a comprehensive guide to the TEMS Investigation user interface and all its functions.
 Information Elements and Events
– Provides full detail on all information elements and events presented in TEMS Investigation, with references to
telecom and other standards. Also describes all preconfigured presentation windows.
 Technical Reference
– Describes various TEMS product specific file and report formats, and gives other information of a technical
nature.
 RouteFinder User’s Manual
– This is a tutorial on RouteFinder™, a utility for searching logfiles in TRP format recorded with TEMS products.
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CONTACT INFORMATION
 Technical Support
 As a TEMS customer, you can log in to the TEMS Portal at
www.ascom.com/nt/en/index-nt/tems-support.htm in order to access
the complete range of TEMS Investigation product information.

 If you have a question about TEMS Investigation which is not answered


in any written source, please contact TEMS technical support. Contact
information is given on the page just linked:
 Customercare.tems@ascom.com

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TEMS INVESTIGATION COMPUTER DIAGNOSTICS
 Evaluates current status of the PC.
 Determines how well it is prepared for running
TEMS Investigation.
 Performs the following:
 Checks several PC settings that have significant
impact on TEMS Investigation performance,
particularly regarding data collection.
 Checks hardware capabilities (processor and RAM),
and matches them against the requirements of
TEMS Investigation.
 Launch the Computer Diagnostics utility by
choosing Start / [All] Programs/ Ascom/ TEMS
Products/ Utilities/ TEMS Investigation
Computer Diagnostics and click on Run
Testcases icon
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MODULE 3: TEMS INVESTIGATION USER
INTERFACE

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TEMS INVESTIGATION USER MODES

Two modes of operation:

1. Drive testing mode: The information presented on the screen is


obtained from data-collecting devices connected to the PC and
activated in TEMS Investigation.

2. Analysis mode: The presented information is read from a logfile


which has been loaded in order to inspect and analyze it.

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TEMS INVESTIGATION USER INTERFACE
Menu Bar Toolbars

Worksheet

Navigator

Status Bar
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NAVIGATOR WINDOW PANE

 Allows to setup and manage


your workspace and external
equipment.

 It has the following tabs:


• Equipment tab.
• Menu tab.
• Info Element tab.
• Worksheets tab.
• Logfile tab

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RECORDING PROPERTIES
 Recording Properties:
• Default recording folder
• Planned Route Path
• Clear presentation windows at start of
new logfile.
• Enable Quick Logging
• Enable message count / time interval
threshold

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PRESENTATION WINDOWS
 Line Charts
 Bar Charts
 Status Windows
 Message Windows
 Event Counter windows
 Map
 Pinpoint Window
 GPS

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ADDING PRESENTATION WINDOWS
 To add a new presentation window,
go to presentation tab and scroll on
the desired technology or service.

 Select the metric for any of the


technology as desired.

 The presentation window will pop up


with few predefined IEs and metrics.
To add or modify IE, right click and
click on properties.

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CONTROL WINDOWS
It has following controls:
 Service Control Designer
 Service Control Monitor
 Status Control Monitor
 GSM Channel Verification

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CONFIGURATION WINDOWS

The configuration windows has following options:


 Audio Indications
 Event Definition
 File Transfer
 General

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LOADING MAPS
 A GeoSet is a special type of
workspace used for map layers.
 GeoSets are constructed using
the GeoSet Manager.
 Once the GeoSet is created it can
be opened as a map in the Map
Window.

 Creating Geoset file


• Click on Geoset Manager tab in
Map window pane.
• Go to Layer control button ->
Add -> select the TAB file(s) to
be added for the layer control.
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CREATING GEOSET FILE (CONTD..)

• Save the Geoset file (.gst extension)


• Once saved, the geoset file can be
opened as a map in map window.

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PINPOINT WINDOW(1/3)
 The Pinpoint Window facilitates pinpointing of
indoor routes by enabling the construction
and use of pre-planned route. Alternatively,
user can also pinpoint manually in this
window.

 Creating Planned routes


• Go to Presentation -> Positioning ->
Pinpoint Window.
• Click on open and select the map set or
the floor plan image.
• After opening, click on Add route button.
• Click on pencil symbol as shown here.

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PINPOINT WINDOW(2/3)
• Give the route name and make
sure the Add Waypoints button is
toggled on.
• Now, on the map, click to add
pinpoints on the desired route,
• Click on done after completion
and save it as .ibwc file

• The map file can be open when


required and click on the saved
route to get the pinpoint route.

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PINPOINT WINDOW(3/3)
 Pinpoint without a planned route
• Load the map set or floor plan image
you want to use by clicking the Open
button.
• Instead of selecting a route, click the
“No Route” item.
• Click the Start button.
• This indicates start of logfile
recording. The logfile created is in
regular TEMS Investigation logfile
format (*.trp), which also contains the
auxiliary pinpoint data .

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CELL FILES
 TEMS Investigation can present
information of individual cells in
cellular networks.

 Types of Cell files


• XML format (.xml)
• Text format (.cel) (for GSM/UMTS
only)

 Load cell files using the General Window.


 After loading, Cell file settings can be
managed through Cell layer theme.

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CREATING CELL FILES (1/2)
 Go to TEMS product folder on the
system -> TEMS Investigation 16
-> XML Schema -> Cell file editor.

 Click on OpenXMLCellFile(Make
sure macros are enabled).

 Select the xml file to be created.


For ex: select CellFileLteExample.

 It will open the LTE cell site file in


a new tab.

 Load the cell site parameters.


Few important parameters
(System type, PCI, PCIG, Lat and
Long, azimuth, beamwidth).
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CREATING CELL FILES (2/2)
 After entering data, export the xml file and
save it.

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LOADING CELL FILES

 Cell files can be loaded from general


window.

 Click on Add and select the cell file to


be loaded.

 The cell file will be loaded and can be


viewed in the map window.

 To change the theme settings click on


Add/Edit themes.

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INFORMATION ELEMENTS AND EVENTS
 Information elements are the building blocks of all
quantitative presentations in TEMS Investigation.
 They contain Air interface measurements (LTE,
WCDMA, GSM, TD-SCDMA, CDMA, WiMAX),
Data service measurements, Network
configuration parameters, Cell data, Positioning
data.

 Events signify interesting occurrences relating to


the operation of the connected equipment.
Events are generated by the TEMS Investigation
software based on data received from these
devices.

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DISPLAYING IEs AND EVENTS ON THE MAP WINDOW (1/3)

 Presentation layers and Themes are


used to present network data on the
map.
 Themes are created and added to the
presentation layers.
 Information Element (IE) themes
 Event themes
 Use Theme Settings dialog to
Add/Edit Themes.
 A set of presentation layers is already
supplied, you can modify them or
create new ones.
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DISPLAYING IEs AND EVENTS ON THE MAP WINDOW (2/3)

 To present information elements,


create “Information Element
Themes” (IE Themes).
 They govern the appearance of
markers plotted on the map in terms
of color, size and shape (symbol).
 Colors, sizes and symbols used in
the map are the default ones, set on
the Info Element tab of the
Navigator.
 To create a new IE theme, select a
layer and click Add Theme.
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DISPLAYING IEs AND EVENTS ON THE MAP WINDOW (3/3)

 To present events, create “Event


Themes”.
 To create a new Event theme, select
the Event layer and click Add
Theme.

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MODULE 4: SERVICE CONTROL

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INTRODUCTION TO SERVICE CONTROL
 The Service Control tool is used to compose scripts that automate service
testing – PS and CS and scanning.

 The range of application are as follows:


• Circuit-switched voice and video calls are supported
• Data service testing
• Scanning

 Special activities such as:


• for recording data collected while executing the scripts.
• for applying various control functions to devices, such as RAT lock
and band lock
• for AT commands.

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SERVICE CONTROL DESIGNER

 The Service Control Designer window is


where you compose the scripts.

 It consists of:
• Activity pane
• Workflow pane
• Properties pane
• Configuration Sets pane

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SCRIPT COMPOSING(1/2)

 A very simple script that dials single voice calls.


 Steps are as follows:
1. Add a voice dial activity to the script

2. The dial box and properties pane would be


marked with exclamation marks (indicating
activity is not properly configured yet)

3. Define a configuration set for the Dial


activity through Configuration Sets pane.

4. To give duration to a call, use the Wait


activity.

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SCRIPT COMPOSING(2/2)

5. Insert the wait activity box just below the


voice dial box.

6. Set the duration in the properties.

7. Add the hang up activity box.

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SETTING UP DATA SERVICE ACTIVITY
FTP download as an example
1. Add a network connect activity. (This activity is
required whenever we need to run any data
services).

2. Then add a Network Disconnect activity at the


bottom of the workflow.

3. The FTP session itself is handled by the FTP


Download activity. Insert an activity of this type
between network connect and disconnect.

4. For the FTP Download activity, you need to create


configuration set representing the FTP server and
how to access it.

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FTP DOWNLOAD CONTD..
 The configuration sets
for the FTP download is
setup as shown here

 Based on the
configuration sets, the
properties pane will be
updated.

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SNIPPETS
 A snippet is a fixed sequence of activities that is defined as a building
block and can be reused as such, saving time and effort when creating
new scripts.

 Predefined snippets for all supported services


are provided in the Activity pane.

 User defined snippet can also be created

Snippet for Ping activity

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WORKFLOW CONTROL STRUCTURES
 The Control Flow node contains a number of
logical constructs and timers for controlling the
script execution flow.

 Sequence- Used to define a group of activities in


a script as a sequence.

 If –else - Used to split the execution flow into


several branches based on the outcome of a
previous activity.

 While loops – They are used to repeat a


sequence of activities a predetermined
number of times.

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VALIDATING & RUNNING SCRIPTS

 Before a script is run, it needs to be validated to ensure that it is


syntactically correct and does not assign tasks that your devices do
not support.

 Automatically validated when you start it.

 Explicitly have a script validated in advance:


Enter the Script menu and choose Validate.
The results will be presented.

 A script can be run either from the Service Control Monitor or from
the Service Control Designer.

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MANAGING CONFIGURATION SETS

 Manage configuration sets using the


Settings Manager utility.

 To launch the Settings Manager utility,


choose File -> Manage Settings.

 Useful for exporting/importing


configuration sets files from one PC to
another.

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MODULE 5 : DATA
COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS

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CONNECTING EQUIPMENT
 Equipment tab in Navigator window

 External devices that are connected are


automatically detected and listed in Equipment
tab.

 Devices needs to be activated before using for


data collection.

 Activate/ Deactivate device from its context


menu.

 The manual UE Configuration utility helps TI


recognize a device that is not detected
automatically but which has supported chipsets.

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RECORDING LOGFILE

 Logfiles can be recorded in the following ways in


TEMS Investigation:
• From the Record toolbar
• From the Logfile menu.
• Using keyboard shortcuts.
• From within scripts.

 All procedures generate an output file with


extension .trp. Default naming format is
MMDDhhmmss.trp

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RECORDING LOGFILE.. CONTD

 Recording from within the script.


• Select Start Recording from control activity
box.
• Select Stop Recording from control activity
box.
• Drop all other script activities within these
start and stop recording activities.

 Specify which equipment to be


considered for the recording.

 Specify the buffer length (if required)

 While recording using scripts is ongoing,


using the Record toolbar can still be used.

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RECORDING PROPERTIES
 Recording Properties:
• Default recording folder
• Planned Route Path
• Clear presentation windows at start of
new logfile.
• Enable Quick Logging
• Enable message count / time interval
threshold

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REPLAYING LOGFILES
 Logfile replay in TEMS Investigation is
controlled in the following ways:
• From the Replay toolbar
• From the Logfile menu
• Or using keyboard shortcuts.

 To be able to replay a logfile, user must


deactivate the external equipment.

 Only one logfile can be open at a time.

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LOGFILE STATISTICS (1/4)
 “General” subtab in Navigator

• Subject, Tags, Description


• Start time
• Stop time
• Probe
• Status
• Bounding Box

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LOGFILE STATISTICS (2/4)

 “Equipment” subtab

• Holds all devices that were activated in


TEMS Investigation during recording of
the logfile.

• Each device appears with the same EQ


number assigned as it had at the time of
recording.

• Selecting a device populates the fields


at the bottom.

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LOGFILE STATISTICS (3/4)

 “Activities” subtab

• Gives a complete chronology of the


activities performed by all devices in the
course of the logfile recording.

• Filtering by equipment and activities


possible

• Click on any activity to get all the details

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LOGFILE STATISTICS (4/4)

 Provides statistics on the outcomes of activities


performed by the devices during recording.

 Filter by Equipment -You can show statistics


for all devices taken together or for one
selected device.

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LOADING LOGFILE CONTENTS

 Click the Fast Forward button to load the


logfile measurement data into the presentation
windows.

 You can click the same button again, now


labeled Stop, to halt the loading of the logfile.

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LOGFILE TRANSFER VIA FTP

 Set up TEMS Investigation to automatically


transfer recorded logfiles to a designated
FTP server, over the air or via an Ethernet
connection.

 Menu tab -> Configuration -> File transfer ->


Settings

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DATA ANALYSIS (1/3)
 Overview tab
• In the overview tab, various radio
parameters for different technologies can
be viewed for different equipment like
transmission scheme, modulation
scheme etc.

 Audio Indications- Contains the audio


recordings of various events triggered during
drive testing.

 Mode Reports- Click on any message to get


its details

 Computer Information- CPU usage, memory


space etc.
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DATA ANALYSIS (2/3)
 Signaling tab
• It consists of various message
windows like events window and
Layer 3 messages

 Layer 3 messages- It displays layer 3


messages like RRC connection
establishment, paging etc. Messages can
be highlighted and filtered by right click
on it.

 Events window- Shows the various


events triggered during data collection for
each instance of time.

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DATA ANALYSIS (3/3)

 Data tab
 This tab is particularly used to display
and monitor data activity related
parameters along with line chart as
shown.

 It gives the throughput measurements


for each instance of time.

 Throughput for different layers (from


Application layer to Physical layer)
along with cell id and EARFCN

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ADDITIONAL FEATURES

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UTILITIES
 Image Positioning
• This tool is used to locate to position
maps geographically.

• Drag and drop an unpositioned image


to the tool and either use the zoom
functionality or enter an address in the
address bar to find a geographical
location.

• Move the three points into place and


export the .tab file.

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UTILITIES
 Route Utility
• The Route Utility tool can be used to
split one or more logfiles into separate
log files.

• By region – region definition file in .gpx


format, one or more regions splits the
logfile(s) per region.

• By Equipment – one logfile per EQ

• Extract Timespan – single logfile where


you extract selected timespan

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UTILITIES
 Route Finder
• This is a tool to locate files based on a
number of selections critierias such as:
• Originating TEMS products and
data- collecting devices
• Date
• Location
• Events and messages occurring in
the file
• Information elements having valid
values in the file.

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UTILITIES
 LogfileExport
• Logfiles can be converted to plain-text
(ASCII) files with tab-separated
columns, conveniently viewed with a
spreadsheet program.

• Logfiles can also be exported in


formats that are compatible with
MapInfo, ArcView, or Planet.

• Go to Logfile -> Export Logfile -> click


on Add order

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UTILITIES
 Report Generator
• User can generate a report in HTML
format which summarizes the data in
the Logfiles.

• The generated report is opened in


the default Web browser.

• One or more log files can be added


to generate a report.

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THANK YOU!

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