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GENEX Assistant

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Date 2009-06-20

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About This Document

Purpose
This document provides guides to get the contents, related version, intended audience, and
conventions of the GENEX Assistant.

Related Versions
The following table lists the product versions related to this document.

Product Name Version

GENEX Assistant V100R005

Intended Audience
This document is intended for:
z Technical support engineer
z Maintenance engineer

Organization
The GENEX Assistant user manual describes the basic functions, system interface, routine
operation, and related indicators of the GENEX Assistant.

Chapter Contents

1 Introduction to the Describes the main functions and application scenarios provided
Assistant by the GENEX Assistant.
2 Installing Software Describes the procedure for installing the Assistant.
3 User Interface Describes the functions of each part on the Assistant interface.
4 Project Management Describes the management of projects and datasets in the
Assistant.

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5 Map Management Describes the operations related to settings of maps and map
layers.
6 Analysis Data Describes how to import test data provided by different devices
Management and how to handle the imported data.
7 Analysis Indicator Describes the analysis indicators of the UE, Scanner, and RNC,
Management which involve WCDMA and GSM projects.
8 Analysis Report Describes how to export test data in different forms and how to
Management generate the relevant reports.
9 FAQ This chapter provides solutions to the faults that the Probe
incurs.
A System Predefined Describes the events analyzed in the Assistant and the
Events procedures for generating these events.
B Acronyms and Lists the acronyms and abbreviations described in the document
Abbreviations and their explanations.

Conventions
Symbol Conventions
The symbols that may be found in this document are defined as follows.

Symbol Description

Indicates a hazard with a high level of risk that, if not avoided,


will result in death or serious injury.

Indicates a hazard with a medium or low level of risk which, if


not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided,


could cause equipment damage, data loss, and performance
degradation, or unexpected results.
Indicates a tip that may help you solve a problem or save time.
Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement
important points of the main text.

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General Conventions
Convention Description

Times New Roman Normal paragraphs are in Times New Roman.


Boldface Names of files, directories, folders, and users are in
boldface. For example, log in as user root.
Italic Book titles are in italics.
Courier New Terminal display is in Courier New.

Command Conventions
Convention Description

Boldface The keywords of a command line are in boldface.


Italic Command arguments are in italics.
[] Items (keywords or arguments) in square brackets [ ] are
optional.
{ x | y | ... } Alternative items are grouped in braces and separated by
vertical bars. One is selected.
[ x | y | ... ] Optional alternative items are grouped in square brackets
and separated by vertical bars. One or none is selected.
{ x | y | ... } * Alternative items are grouped in braces and separated by
vertical bars. A minimum of one or a maximum of all can
be selected.

GUI Conventions
Convention Description

Boldface Buttons, menus, parameters, tabs, windows, and dialog titles


are in boldface. For example, click OK.
> Multi-level menus are in boldface and separated by the ">"
signs. For example, choose File > Create > Folder.

Keyboard Operation
Format Description

Key Press the key. For example, press Enter and press Tab.

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Format Description

Key 1+Key 2 Press the keys concurrently. For example, pressing


Ctrl+Alt+A means the three keys should be pressed
concurrently.
Key 1, Key 2 Press the keys in turn. For example, pressing Alt, A means
the two keys should be pressed in turn.

Mouse Operation
Action Description

Click Select and release the primary mouse button without


moving the pointer.
Double-click Press the primary mouse button twice continuously and
quickly without moving the pointer.
Drag Press and hold the primary mouse button and move the
pointer to a certain position.

Update History
Updates between document versions are cumulative. Therefore, the latest document version
contains all updates made to previous versions.

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Sixth release.

Updates in Issue 05 (2009-03-30)


Fifth release.

Updates in Issue 04 (2008-11-20)


Fourth release.

Updates in Issue 03 (2008-8-31)


Third release.

Updates in Issue 02 (2008-4-30)


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Updates in Issue 01 (2008-1-15)


First release.

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Contents

1 Introduction to the Assistant ...................................................................................................1-1


1.1 Overview.......................................................................................................................................................1-2
1.2 Functions.......................................................................................................................................................1-2
1.3 Operation Mode ............................................................................................................................................1-3
1.4 Application Scenarios....................................................................................................................................1-3
1.5 Work Flow.....................................................................................................................................................1-4

2 Installing Software ....................................................................................................................2-1


2.1 Installation Description .................................................................................................................................2-2
2.2 Checking Installation Environment...............................................................................................................2-2
2.2.1 Checking System Configuration ..........................................................................................................2-2
2.2.2 Checking System Environment............................................................................................................2-3
2.3 Installing the GENEX Shared Components ..................................................................................................2-3
2.4 Installing the Assistant ..................................................................................................................................2-3
2.5 License Management.....................................................................................................................................2-4
2.5.1 Plugging in the Dongle ........................................................................................................................2-4
2.5.2 Updating License .................................................................................................................................2-5
2.5.3 Viewing License Information...............................................................................................................2-5
2.6 Installation Check..........................................................................................................................................2-5
2.6.1 Confirming the Version Information ....................................................................................................2-5
2.6.2 Description of the Installation Directory..............................................................................................2-5
2.7 Uninstalling Software....................................................................................................................................2-6
2.7.1 Uninstalling the GENEX Shared Components ....................................................................................2-6
2.7.2 Uninstalling the Assistant.....................................................................................................................2-7

3 User Interface ..............................................................................................................................3-1


3.1 Main Interface ...............................................................................................................................................3-2
3.2 Menu Bar.......................................................................................................................................................3-3
3.2.1 Overview..............................................................................................................................................3-3
3.2.2 Project Menu........................................................................................................................................3-3
3.2.3 Dataset Menu .......................................................................................................................................3-3
3.2.4 View Menu...........................................................................................................................................3-4
3.2.5 Window Menu......................................................................................................................................3-5

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3.2.6 Help Menu ...........................................................................................................................................3-6


3.3 Toolbar ..........................................................................................................................................................3-6
3.3.1 Overview..............................................................................................................................................3-6
3.3.2 Standard Tool bar .................................................................................................................................3-6
3.3.3 Map Tool bar........................................................................................................................................3-7
3.3.4 Chart Tool bar ......................................................................................................................................3-9
3.3.5 Sheet Tool bar ......................................................................................................................................3-9
3.3.6 Engineering Parameter Tool bar.........................................................................................................3-10
3.4 Navigation Tree........................................................................................................................................... 3-11
3.4.1 Overview............................................................................................................................................ 3-11
3.4.2 Project Tab Page................................................................................................................................. 3-11
3.4.3 Map Legend Tab Page........................................................................................................................ 3-11
3.4.4 Word Collector Tab Page ...................................................................................................................3-12
3.5 Operation Interface......................................................................................................................................3-12
3.6 Property View..............................................................................................................................................3-12
3.6.1 Overview............................................................................................................................................3-12
3.6.2 WCDMA Scanner Coverage Tab Page ..............................................................................................3-13
3.6.3 WCDMA MS Pilot Measurement Tab Page.......................................................................................3-13
3.6.4 GSM MS Measurement Tab Page......................................................................................................3-14
3.6.5 Site Information Tab Page..................................................................................................................3-14
3.7 System Status Bar........................................................................................................................................3-14
3.8 Data Window...............................................................................................................................................3-15
3.8.1 Overview............................................................................................................................................3-15
3.8.2 Map Window......................................................................................................................................3-15
3.8.3 Graph Window ...................................................................................................................................3-15
3.8.4 Sheet Window ....................................................................................................................................3-19
3.8.5 Operations in the Data Window .........................................................................................................3-20

4 Project Management ..................................................................................................................4-1


4.1 Managing Engineering Files .........................................................................................................................4-2
4.1.1 Overview..............................................................................................................................................4-2
4.1.2 Creating a Project.................................................................................................................................4-2
4.1.3 Opening a Project.................................................................................................................................4-3
4.1.4 Closing a Project ..................................................................................................................................4-3
4.2 Managing a Dataset.......................................................................................................................................4-3
4.2.1 Overview..............................................................................................................................................4-3
4.2.2 Importing a Dataset..............................................................................................................................4-3
4.2.3 Creating a Dataset ................................................................................................................................4-3
4.2.4 Removing a Dataset .............................................................................................................................4-4
4.2.5 Exporting a Dataset..............................................................................................................................4-5
4.2.6 Modifying the Dataset Property ...........................................................................................................4-5
4.2.7 Parameter Description..........................................................................................................................4-6

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4.3 Managing Engineering Parameters ...............................................................................................................4-9


4.3.1 Overview..............................................................................................................................................4-9
4.3.2 Introduction to Engineering Parameters...............................................................................................4-9
4.3.3 Importing Engineering Parameters .................................................................................................... 4-11
4.3.4 Exporting Engineering Parameters ....................................................................................................4-14
4.3.5 Saving and Copying Engineering Parameters ....................................................................................4-15
4.3.6 Configuring Engineering Parameters .................................................................................................4-15
4.3.7 Modifying the Display Mode for Engineering Parameters ................................................................4-18
4.3.8 Switching Between ARFCN and Frequency......................................................................................4-19
4.3.9 Importing Neighbor Data ...................................................................................................................4-20
4.3.10 Viewing Neighbor Data....................................................................................................................4-20
4.3.11 Adding CIO Parameters ...................................................................................................................4-21
4.4 Managing History Log ................................................................................................................................4-23

5 Map Management ......................................................................................................................5-1


5.1 Operating a Map............................................................................................................................................5-2
5.1.1 Overview..............................................................................................................................................5-2
5.1.2 Introduction to Map Files.....................................................................................................................5-2
5.1.3 Importing a MapInfo Map....................................................................................................................5-2
5.1.4 Deleting a MapInfo Map......................................................................................................................5-3
5.1.5 Importing an Outdoor Raster Map .......................................................................................................5-3
5.1.6 Importing an Indoor Raster Map..........................................................................................................5-4
5.1.7 Operating a Map ..................................................................................................................................5-4
5.2 Operating a Legend .......................................................................................................................................5-5
5.2.1 Overview..............................................................................................................................................5-5
5.2.2 Introduction to Legends .......................................................................................................................5-5
5.2.3 Adding a Customized Legend ..............................................................................................................5-8
5.2.4 Deleting a Customized Legend ............................................................................................................5-9
5.2.5 Importing a Customized Legend..........................................................................................................5-9
5.2.6 Exporting a Customized Legend..........................................................................................................5-9
5.2.7 Editing a Legend ................................................................................................................................5-10
5.2.8 Loading a Legend for Parameters ......................................................................................................5-10
5.2.9 Restoring a System Legend................................................................................................................5-12
5.2.10 Modifying a Legend Theme.............................................................................................................5-12
5.2.11 Displaying or Hiding a Legend ........................................................................................................5-13
5.2.12 Setting a Legend Style .....................................................................................................................5-14
5.3 Operating a Map Layer ...............................................................................................................................5-16
5.3.1 Controlling a Map Layer....................................................................................................................5-16
5.3.2 Moving a Map Layer..........................................................................................................................5-18

6 Analysis Data Management .....................................................................................................6-1


6.1 Importing Analysis Data................................................................................................................................6-2
6.1.1 Overview..............................................................................................................................................6-2

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6.1.2 Importing GENEX Probe Data ............................................................................................................6-3


6.1.3 Importing Huawei RNC Data...............................................................................................................6-4
6.1.4 Importing PHU Data ............................................................................................................................6-6
6.1.5 Importing TXT Data ............................................................................................................................6-7
6.1.6 Viewing the List of Imported Files ......................................................................................................6-8
6.2 Filtering Exceptional Data ............................................................................................................................6-9
6.2.1 Overview..............................................................................................................................................6-9
6.2.2 Procedure .............................................................................................................................................6-9
6.3 Filtering Indicator........................................................................................................................................ 6-11
6.4 Combining Analysis Data............................................................................................................................6-13
6.4.1 Overview............................................................................................................................................6-13
6.4.2 Combining Data by UE......................................................................................................................6-13
6.4.3 Combining Data by Scanner ..............................................................................................................6-14
6.5 Displaying Analysis Data ............................................................................................................................6-14
6.5.1 Overview............................................................................................................................................6-14
6.5.2 Displaying Data on a Map .................................................................................................................6-16
6.5.3 Displaying Data on a Chart................................................................................................................6-21
6.5.4 Displaying Data on a Sheet................................................................................................................6-22
6.5.5 Displaying Data on a Crossing Chart.................................................................................................6-25
6.5.6 Comparing Analysis Data ..................................................................................................................6-26
6.5.7 Locking Analysis Data .......................................................................................................................6-28
6.5.8 Multi-Window Synchronization.........................................................................................................6-29
6.6 Exporting Analysis Data..............................................................................................................................6-30
6.6.1 Overview............................................................................................................................................6-30
6.6.2 Exporting Data Through Word Collector ...........................................................................................6-30
6.6.3 Exporting Data from a Map ...............................................................................................................6-31
6.6.4 Exporting Data From a Sheet.............................................................................................................6-31
6.6.5 Exporting Data from a Graph.............................................................................................................6-31
6.6.6 Exporting DT Report .........................................................................................................................6-31
6.7 Viewing the Test Plan..................................................................................................................................6-32
6.7.1 Viewing the Test Plan of the Analysis Data .......................................................................................6-33
6.7.2 Viewing the Test Plan of the Device ..................................................................................................6-33

7 Analysis Indicator Management .............................................................................................7-1


7.1 UE Indicators ................................................................................................................................................7-2
7.1.1 Overview..............................................................................................................................................7-2
7.1.2 Network Basic Status ...........................................................................................................................7-2
7.1.3 MOS.....................................................................................................................................................7-7
7.1.4 GSM.....................................................................................................................................................7-7
7.1.5 GPRS ................................................................................................................................................. 7-11
7.1.6 L3 Message ........................................................................................................................................7-14
7.1.7 Phone Event .......................................................................................................................................7-15

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7.1.8 Statistic As Site ..................................................................................................................................7-22


7.1.9 HSDPA...............................................................................................................................................7-22
7.1.10 HSUPA.............................................................................................................................................7-25
7.1.11 TXT..................................................................................................................................................7-25
7.1.12 GSM KPI .........................................................................................................................................7-27
7.1.13 WCDMA KPI...................................................................................................................................7-28
7.2 Scanner Indicators.......................................................................................................................................7-35
7.2.1 GSM Scanner .....................................................................................................................................7-35
7.2.2 WCDMA Scanner ..............................................................................................................................7-37
7.3 RNC Indicators............................................................................................................................................7-41
7.3.1 Overview............................................................................................................................................7-41

8 Analysis Report Management .................................................................................................8-1


8.1 Overview.......................................................................................................................................................8-2
8.2 Generating WCDMA DT Report...................................................................................................................8-2
8.3 Generating Reports Through the Wizard.......................................................................................................8-3
8.3.1 Intelligent Report Subsystem ...............................................................................................................8-3
8.3.2 Generating Reports from the Shortcut Menu .......................................................................................8-9
8.3.3 Generating a Custom Report..............................................................................................................8-10
8.4 WCDMA KPI Report ..................................................................................................................................8-13
8.4.1 Coverage ............................................................................................................................................8-14
8.4.2 Accessibility.......................................................................................................................................8-14
8.4.3 Retainability.......................................................................................................................................8-14
8.4.4 Service integrity .................................................................................................................................8-15
8.4.5 Mobility Page.....................................................................................................................................8-15
8.4.6 Other KPIs .........................................................................................................................................8-16
8.4.7 Timing Delay Report..........................................................................................................................8-16
8.5 GSM Report ................................................................................................................................................8-17
8.5.1 GSM MS Call Analysis Report..........................................................................................................8-17
8.5.2 GSM Drive Test Statistics Report ......................................................................................................8-17
8.5.3 GSM Handover Statistics Report .......................................................................................................8-18
8.5.4 GPRS FTP Data Layer Performance Report ......................................................................................8-18
8.5.5 GPRS GMM Event Statistics Report .................................................................................................8-19
8.5.6 GPRS Physical Layer Indicator Report..............................................................................................8-19
8.5.7 GPRS RLC BLER and Retransmissions Report ................................................................................8-20
8.5.8 GPRS WAP Testing Statistics Report.................................................................................................8-20
8.6 Scanner Report ............................................................................................................................................8-21
8.6.1 WCDMA Scanner Handover Analysis Report ...................................................................................8-21
8.6.2 WCDMA Scanner Neighbor Analysis Report....................................................................................8-22
8.7 Theme Report..............................................................................................................................................8-23
8.7.1 WCDMA UE Crossingtable HSDPA .................................................................................................8-23
8.7.2 HSUPA Happy Rate Report ...............................................................................................................8-24

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8.7.3 WCDMA UE Call Analysis Report....................................................................................................8-25


8.7.4 APPLayer Analysis Report.................................................................................................................8-27
8.7.5 WCDMA UE User Defined Time Delay Report ................................................................................8-28

9 FAQ ...............................................................................................................................................9-1
9.1 Overview.......................................................................................................................................................9-2
9.2 Software Startup............................................................................................................................................9-2
9.2.1 How to Start the Assistant When the Verification Fails?......................................................................9-2
9.2.2 The Files for East Asian Languages Are Not Installed.........................................................................9-3
9.3 Data Import ...................................................................................................................................................9-3
9.3.1 How to Handle Illegal Operations During the Data Import? ...............................................................9-3
9.3.2 Data on the Probe Cannot Be Imported Properly. ................................................................................9-3
9.3.3 Why the Huawei RNC Data Cannot Be Properly Displayed After Being Imported? ..........................9-4
9.4 Map Operation ..............................................................................................................................................9-4
9.4.1 How to Load the Position of Last Time on the Map? ..........................................................................9-4
9.4.2 How to Change the Map Legend?........................................................................................................9-5
9.4.3 How to Perform Time Filtering on the Map Layer?.............................................................................9-5
9.4.4 The Assistant is quit abnormally when you are moving a legend on the map......................................9-6
9.4.5 On the Map, the Value on the Label and the Color on the Legend Are Inconsistent............................9-6
9.5 Data Display..................................................................................................................................................9-6
9.5.1 Why Does the Icon of Word Collector Turn Grey?..............................................................................9-6
9.5.2 Why Is No Data Displayed After Some Indicators Are Opened?.........................................................9-7
9.5.3 Why the Messages on the BCCH Channel Collected by the Agilent Cannot Be Correctly Displayed?
......................................................................................................................................................................9-7
9.5.4 Why the Analysis Report Item Cannot Be Opened? ............................................................................9-7
9.5.5 Why the RNC Signaling Cannot Automatically Match the Corresponding UE Time During the Import?
......................................................................................................................................................................9-7
9.6 Others ............................................................................................................................................................9-8
9.6.1 In What Scenarios Should the GENEX Shared Components Be Reinstalled?.....................................9-8
9.6.2 Why Engineering Parameters Fail to Be Imported?.............................................................................9-8
9.6.3 The Display of the Map Is Slow After You Import Engineering Parameters Into the Assistant...........9-9

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Figure 1-1 Flow chart of the Assistant................................................................................................................1-4


Figure 2-1 Flow chart .........................................................................................................................................2-2
Figure 2-2 Customer Information dialog box.....................................................................................................2-4

Figure 3-1 Main interface of the Assistant .........................................................................................................3-2


Figure 3-2 Standard tool bar...............................................................................................................................3-7
Figure 3-3 Chart Tool bar ...................................................................................................................................3-9

Figure 3-4 Sheet tool bar ....................................................................................................................................3-9


Figure 3-5 Engineering parameter tool bar.......................................................................................................3-10
Figure 3-6 Navigation tree ............................................................................................................................... 3-11

Figure 3-7 Operation interface of the Assistant................................................................................................3-12


Figure 3-8 Property view..................................................................................................................................3-13
Figure 3-9 Map window ...................................................................................................................................3-15

Figure 3-10 Graph mode ..................................................................................................................................3-16


Figure 3-11 Histogram mode............................................................................................................................3-17
Figure 3-12 Pie chart mode ..............................................................................................................................3-18

Figure 3-13 Customized chart mode ................................................................................................................3-19


Figure 3-14 Sheet window ...............................................................................................................................3-20
Figure 4-1 New Project dialog box ....................................................................................................................4-2

Figure 4-2 New Dataset dialog box....................................................................................................................4-4


Figure 4-3 Assistant dialog box..........................................................................................................................4-4
Figure 4-4 Modify Dataset Property dialog box.................................................................................................4-5
Figure 4-5 Dataset in the navigation area...........................................................................................................4-6
Figure 4-6 GSM Parameter window.................................................................................................................4-12
Figure 4-7 Please select the Excel file and sheet dialog box ............................................................................4-12
Figure 4-8 GSM Parameter window (displaying the engineering parameter) ..................................................4-13
Figure 4-9 Existing unmatched field in the engineering parameters ................................................................4-14

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Figure 4-10 Icon used for exporting engineering parameters...........................................................................4-15

Figure 4-11 Icons used for saving and copying engineering parameters..........................................................4-15
Figure 4-12 Engineering Parameter dialog box................................................................................................4-16
Figure 4-13 Setting tab page.............................................................................................................................4-17
Figure 4-14 Engineering parameter display tool bar ........................................................................................4-18
Figure 4-15 W/G Project Parameter dialog box ...............................................................................................4-19
Figure 4-16 Switchover icon between ARFCN and frequency ........................................................................4-19
Figure 4-17 Shortcut menu...............................................................................................................................4-20
Figure 4-18 Show Config Neighbor Cell dialog box........................................................................................4-21
Figure 4-19 CIO Manager dialog box ..............................................................................................................4-22
Figure 4-20 History Operation List window ....................................................................................................4-23
Figure 5-1 Raster Image dialog box ...................................................................................................................5-4
Figure 5-2 Map Legend tab page........................................................................................................................5-5

Figure 5-3 Custom mode ....................................................................................................................................5-6


Figure 5-4 AutoArrange mode............................................................................................................................5-7
Figure 5-5 CustomArrange mode .......................................................................................................................5-8

Figure 5-6 Individual Legend Property dialog box ............................................................................................5-8


Figure 5-7 Map Layers dialog box ................................................................................................................... 5-11
Figure 5-8 Legend List dialog box ...................................................................................................................5-12

Figure 5-9 Individual Value Theme Options dialog box ..................................................................................5-13


Figure 5-10 Ranged Theme Options dialog box...............................................................................................5-13
Figure 5-11 Displaying legends........................................................................................................................5-14
Figure 5-12 Legend Style dialog box ...............................................................................................................5-15
Figure 5-13 Layer Control dialog box..............................................................................................................5-16
Figure 5-14 Offset Layer dialog box ................................................................................................................5-19
Figure 6-1 Import GENEX Probe File dialog box..............................................................................................6-4
Figure 6-2 Import Huawei RNC File dialog box................................................................................................6-5
Figure 6-3 Import PHU File dialog box .............................................................................................................6-7

Figure 6-4 Import TXT File dialog box..............................................................................................................6-8


Figure 6-5 Import File List window ...................................................................................................................6-9
Figure 6-6 Delete Exceptional Data dialog box for UE ActiveSet RSCP ........................................................6-10

Figure 6-7 Filter dialog box.............................................................................................................................. 6-11


Figure 6-8 Combine Device dialog box ...........................................................................................................6-13

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Figure 6-9 Modify Device Name dialog box....................................................................................................6-14

Figure 6-10 Combining devices complete........................................................................................................6-14


Figure 6-11 Data displayed on an active sheet .................................................................................................6-15
Figure 6-12 RSCP Max for SC90 in Activeset on an active sheet....................................................................6-16
Figure 6-13 Lines connecting test points and base stations..............................................................................6-17
Figure 6-14 Playback control buttons...............................................................................................................6-17
Figure 6-15 Coverage area of a cell..................................................................................................................6-19
Figure 6-16 Disabling the setting of cell parameters........................................................................................6-20
Figure 6-17 Disabling simulation data of a single site .....................................................................................6-20
Figure 6-18 Analyzing pilot pollution ..............................................................................................................6-21
Figure 6-19 Modify Series Data dialog box .....................................................................................................6-22
Figure 6-20 Selecting statistical data................................................................................................................6-23
Figure 6-21 Highlighting selected signaling.....................................................................................................6-24

Figure 6-22 Custom Display on Chart..............................................................................................................6-25


Figure 6-23 Crossing chart ...............................................................................................................................6-25
Figure 6-24 Menu of comparing analysis data .................................................................................................6-26

Figure 6-25 Menu of comparing analysis data .................................................................................................6-27


Figure 6-26 Select Binning Type dialog box ....................................................................................................6-27
Figure 6-27 Data locking function ...................................................................................................................6-28

Figure 6-28 Multi-window synchronization.....................................................................................................6-29


Figure 6-29 Reporting Setting dialog box ........................................................................................................6-32
Figure 7-1 UE Indicator .....................................................................................................................................7-2
Figure 7-2 UE Pilot Summary............................................................................................................................7-3
Figure 7-3 Choose Msg dialog box ....................................................................................................................7-6
Figure 7-4 Entering an indicator name .............................................................................................................7-26
Figure 7-5 TXT indicator display .....................................................................................................................7-26
Figure 7-6 Band information ............................................................................................................................7-36
Figure 7-7 Frequency number ..........................................................................................................................7-38

Figure 7-8 Scanner Coverage Summary (Ec/Io) ..............................................................................................7-41


Figure 7-9 Scanner Coverage Summary (RSCP) .............................................................................................7-41
Figure 8-1 Report Setting dialog box .................................................................................................................8-2

Figure 8-2 Smart Report Guide-First Step dialog box (Setting tab page) ..........................................................8-4
Figure 8-3 ImportFiles tab page .........................................................................................................................8-5

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Figure 8-4 Smart Report Guide-Second Step dialog box ...................................................................................8-6

Figure 8-5 Cover of the smart report ..................................................................................................................8-7


Figure 8-6 Smart Report Guide-First Step dialog box........................................................................................8-8
Figure 8-7 Smart Report Guide-Second Step dialog box ...................................................................................8-9
Figure 8-8 Custom Report Setup dialog box ....................................................................................................8-10
Figure 8-9 WCDMA KPI Report cover............................................................................................................8-13
Figure 8-10 WCDMA KPI Report - Coverage page.........................................................................................8-14
Figure 8-11 WCDMA KPI Report - Accessibility page ...................................................................................8-14
Figure 8-12 WCDMA KPI Report - Retainability page ...................................................................................8-14
Figure 8-13 WCDMA KPI Report - Service integrity page .............................................................................8-15
Figure 8-14 WCDMA KPI Report - Mobility page..........................................................................................8-15
Figure 8-15 WCDMA KPI Report - Other KPIs page......................................................................................8-16
Figure 8-16 WCDMA KPI Timing Delay Report.............................................................................................8-16

Figure 8-17 GSM MS Call Analysis report ......................................................................................................8-17


Figure 8-18 GSM Drive Test Statistics report ..................................................................................................8-18
Figure 8-19 GSM Handover Statistics report ...................................................................................................8-18

Figure 8-20 FTP data layer performance report ...............................................................................................8-19


Figure 8-21 GMM Event Statistics report ........................................................................................................8-19
Figure 8-22 Physical Layer Indicator report.....................................................................................................8-20

Figure 8-23 RLC BLER and Retransmissions report .......................................................................................8-20


Figure 8-24 WAP Testing Statistic report .........................................................................................................8-21
Figure 8-25 WCDMA Scanner Handover Analysis report ...............................................................................8-22
Figure 8-26 WCDMA Scanner Neighbor Cell Analysis report ........................................................................8-23
Figure 8-27 WCDMA UE Crossingtable HSDPA report..................................................................................8-24
Figure 8-28 HSUPA Happy Rate report ...........................................................................................................8-25
Figure 8-29 WCDMA UE Call Analysis report................................................................................................8-26
Figure 8-30 AppLayer Analysis report .............................................................................................................8-27
Figure 8-31 WCDMA User defined Time Delay Report..................................................................................8-28

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Tables

Table 1-1 Functions of the Assistant...................................................................................................................1-2


Table 1-2 Procedures for analyzing data.............................................................................................................1-5
Table 2-1 System configuration..........................................................................................................................2-2

Table 2-2 Directory structure of the Assistant ....................................................................................................2-6


Table 3-1 Elements in the main interface ...........................................................................................................3-2
Table 3-2 Functions of the items on the Project menu........................................................................................3-3

Table 3-3 Description of items on the Dataset menu ..........................................................................................3-3


Table 3-4 Functions of the items on the View menu...........................................................................................3-5
Table 3-5 Functions of the items on the Window menu .....................................................................................3-5

Table 3-6 Functions of the items on the Help menu ...........................................................................................3-6


Table 3-7 Functions of the icons on the standard tool bar ..................................................................................3-7
Table 3-8 Functions of the icons on the map tool bar.........................................................................................3-7

Table 3-9 Buttons on the chart tool bar...............................................................................................................3-9


Table 3-10 Buttons on the sheet tool bar ..........................................................................................................3-10
Table 3-11 Icons on the engineering parameter tool bar...................................................................................3-10

Table 3-12 Indicators on the WCDMA Scanner Coverage tab page.................................................................3-13


Table 3-13 Indicators on the GSM MS Measurement tab page ........................................................................3-14
Table 3-14 Areas on the status bar ....................................................................................................................3-14

Table 4-1 Parameters on the Setting tab page .....................................................................................................4-6


Table 4-2 Parameters on the Binning Type tab page...........................................................................................4-8
Table 4-3 Fields in the WCDMA engineering parameter table...........................................................................4-9
Table 4-4 Fields in the GSM engineering parameter table ...............................................................................4-10
Table 4-5 Functions of buttons on the tab page ................................................................................................4-16
Table 4-6 Description of the parameters...........................................................................................................4-17
Table 4-7 Functions of the icons on the tool bar...............................................................................................4-18
Table 4-8 Functions of buttons in the dialog box .............................................................................................4-22

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Table 5-1 Formats supported by the MapInfo.....................................................................................................5-2

Table 5-2 Functions of the parameters in the Legend Style dialog box ............................................................5-15
Table 5-3 Parameters in the Layer Control dialog box .....................................................................................5-17
Table 5-4 Description of parameters in the Display Properties dialog box.......................................................5-17
Table 5-5 Description of parameters in the Label Properties dialog box..........................................................5-17
Table 5-6 Functions of parameters in the dialog box........................................................................................5-19
Table 6-1 Parameters in the Delete Exceptional Data dialog box.....................................................................6-10
Table 6-2 Parameter in the Filter dialog box .................................................................................................... 6-11
Table 6-3 Description of the filtered events......................................................................................................6-12
Table 6-4 Description of data display modes....................................................................................................6-16
Table 6-5 Playback control buttons ..................................................................................................................6-17
Table 6-6 Data statistical function ....................................................................................................................6-23
Table 6-7 Description of the keywords in the layer 3 configuration file ..........................................................6-24

Table 6-8 Parameters in the Select Binning Type dialog box ...........................................................................6-28
Table 6-9 Window cooperation.........................................................................................................................6-29
Table 6-10 Functions provided by Word Collector...........................................................................................6-30

Table 6-11 Parameters in the Reporting Setting dialog box..............................................................................6-32


Table 7-1 Description of the Active Set indicators .............................................................................................7-3
Table 7-2 Description of the Power Control indicators ......................................................................................7-4

Table 7-3 Description of the indicators of Throughput.......................................................................................7-5


Table 7-4 Parameters description in the Choose Msg dialog box .......................................................................7-6
Table 7-5 Description of the MOS indicators .....................................................................................................7-7
Table 7-6 Description of GSM indicators...........................................................................................................7-7
Table 7-7 Indicators in GPRS mode .................................................................................................................7-12
Table 7-8 Description of L3 Message indicators ..............................................................................................7-14
Table 7-9 Description of the UE Phone Event indicators .................................................................................7-15
Table 7-10 Description of the Statistic As Site indicators.................................................................................7-22
Table 7-11 Description of the HSDPA indicators .............................................................................................7-23

Table 7-12 Description of the HS-DSCH Decoding Statistics indicators .........................................................7-23


Table 7-13 Description of the HSUPA indicators .............................................................................................7-25
Table 7-14 Description of Accessibility indicators ...........................................................................................7-27

Table 7-15 Description of the Retainability indicators .....................................................................................7-27


Table 7-16 Description of the Service Integrality indicators ............................................................................7-27

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Table 7-17 Description of the Mobility indicators............................................................................................7-28

Table 7-18 Description of the Delay indicators ................................................................................................7-28


Table 7-19 Description of the Coverage indicators ..........................................................................................7-28
Table 7-20 Description of the Accessibility indicators .....................................................................................7-29
Table 7-21 Description of the Retainability indicators .....................................................................................7-30
Table 7-22 Description of the Service integrity indicators ...............................................................................7-30
Table 7-23 Description of the Mobility indicators............................................................................................7-31
Table 7-24 Description of the Delay indicators ................................................................................................7-33
Table 7-25 Description of the Other indicators.................................................................................................7-35
Table 7-26 Description of the RxLev indicators...............................................................................................7-36
Table 7-27 Description of C/I indicators. .........................................................................................................7-36
Table 7-28 Description of the C/A indicators ...................................................................................................7-37
Table 7-29 Description of the BCCH Along With BSIC indicators..................................................................7-37

Table 7-30 Description of the Nth Best indicators............................................................................................7-38


Table 7-31 Description of the Ec/Io indicators .................................................................................................7-39
Table 7-32 Description of the RSCP indicators ................................................................................................7-39

Table 7-33 Description of the Pilot Pollution indicators...................................................................................7-39


Table 7-34 Description of the HO Event indicators..........................................................................................7-40
Table 7-35 Description of the RNC indicators .................................................................................................7-42

Table 8-1 Parameters in the Report Setting dialog box ......................................................................................8-2


Table 8-2 Parameters on the Setting tab page .....................................................................................................8-4
Table 8-3 Description of the ImportFile tab page ...............................................................................................8-5
Table 8-4 Parameter setting of the Smart Report Guide-Second Step dialog box ..............................................8-6
Table 8-5 Parameter setting of the First Step dialog box ....................................................................................8-8
Table 8-6 Description of parameters of the Custom Report Setup dialog box.................................................. 8-11
Table 8-7 Important indicators of WCDMA.....................................................................................................8-13
Table 8-8 Delay KPIs........................................................................................................................................8-16
Table 9-1 Soft handover statistics.......................................................................................................................9-4

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1 Introduction to the Assistant

About This Chapter

The following table lists the contents of this chapter.

Section Describes

1.1 Overview The general introduction to the Assistant and the benefits to
users.
1.2 Functions The functions provided by the Assistant.
1.3 Operation Mode The operation modes of the Assistant.
1.4 Application Scenarios The application scenarios of the Assistant.
1.5 Work Flow The work flow of the Assistant.

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1.1 Overview
The GENEX Assistant is the professional background processing software for wireless test
data. It supports the following wireless network technologies:
z GSM/GPRS/EDGE
z WCDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA
The Assistant optimizes and handles test data such as drive test (DT) data and RNC data
related to the air interface on a wireless network and exports analysis reports. The Assistant
benefits network planning and optimizing engineers in the following ways:
z Thoroughly understanding network performance
z Quickly and effectively analyzing network problems
z Improving working efficiency
The Assistant provides the following features:
z Quickly and effectively obtaining the information about the quality of the entire network
z Reducing test workload incurred by network adjustment
z Providing thorough and useful information about problem locating and optimization
analysis
z Providing sharable analysis, which reduces the requirements for optimization skills of
engineers

1.2 Functions
Table 1-1 lists the main functions provided by the Assistant.

Table 1-1 Functions of the Assistant

Function Description

Supporting the z The Assistant analyzes the test data collected on WCDMA and GSM
import of networks.
multiple test z The Assistant supports the data collected from the following test
data devices: GENEX Probe, Qualcomm test UE, Huawei test UE, Huawei
RNC, DTI scanner, Anritsu scanner, Probe Handset Unit (PHU). The
Assistant also supports the import of TXT data. The Assistant provides
preferable display and analysis for test indicators.
z The Assistant supports multiple expanded types of DT data. For a new
type of device, you need to update only the associated file.

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Function Description

Supporting z The data display modes are as follows: Geographic display, curve
multiple modes chart, customized coordinates chart, Probability Distribution Function
of data display (PDF) chart, and data table. You can perform common operations such
as moving or deleting operation on each chart.
z The Assistant supports synchronization display of data in multiple
windows. That is, the data in each window is dynamically displayed
based on the time for selecting data in the main window. It supports
synchronization display of data in all e-maps, charts, sheets, and
signaling events.
Supporting z The Assistant can export data in .bmp, jpg, gif, png, .txt, or .xls format.
multiple modes z Word collector: Using the word collector, the Assistant exports the
of data export browsed pictures and data tables to a specified file in .doc format. In
this way, you need not copy and paste the pictures and tables.
Automatically The Assistant automatically generates analysis reports such as drive test
generating reports, WCDMA KPI reports, GSM reports, scanner reports, custom
analysis reports reports, and theme reports.
New features z Intelligent report system: The Assistant can automatically generate a
DT summary report of WCDMA or GSM.
z Parsing the perceptual evaluation of speech quality (PESQ) package:
The Assistant can parse the PESQ packages of various marking
mechanisms.
z High speed uplink packet access (HSUPA) statistical analysis: It
represents current network performance, parameter configuration, rate
statistics, channel decoding statistics, and service performance, obtains
uplink packet access (UPA) events by parsing L3 signaling, and uses
different display modes to display UPA events.

1.3 Operation Mode


The Assistant is a software used for post-processing, which can run without using any special
hardware.
Correspondingly, the Probe is a foreground DT data collection software. It can collect signals
through different devices such as scanner and UE. The Assistant imports the test data
collected by the Probe from different test devices for analysis.

1.4 Application Scenarios


The Assistant is used with the Probe in the following application scenarios:
z BTS performance verification
z On the early stage of network construction, you need to test and evaluate the site
verification.
z Network performance evaluation

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On the stage of network operation and maintenance, the Assistant analyzes the drive test
data and thus provides a reference for network performance evaluation.
z BTS fault location
During the network operation, the Assistant can locate network faults by analyzing the
test data.

1.5 Work Flow


Figure 1-1 shows the flow chart of the Assistant.

Figure 1-1 Flow chart of the Assistant

Start

Installing the software

Creating a project

Creating a dataset

Importing engineering
Importing analysis data Filtering analysis data
parameters

Analyzing data

Generating analysis Generating analysis


Displaying analysis data
data reports

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Table 1-2 lists the procedures in Assistant data post-processing process.

Table 1-2 Procedures for analyzing data


Step Operation Description Reference

1 Installing the Install the main program For details, see Chapter 2 Installing Software.
software of the Assistant and the
GENEX Shared
components.
2 Creating a Create a project. For details, see section 4.1.2 "Creating a Project."
project
Opening a Open a project that For details, see section 4.1.3 "Opening a Project."
project already exists.
3 Creating a Create a dataset. For details, see section 4.2.3 "Creating a Dataset."
dataset

Importing a Import a dataset that For details, see section 4.2.2 "Importing a Dataset."
dataset already exists.

4 Importing Import the data collected For details, see section "6.1 Importing Analysis Data."
analysis data from multiple devices to
the created dataset.
5 Filtering Filter the data that need For details, see section 6.2 "Filtering Exceptional
analysis data not be analyzed. Data."
6 Importing Import configuration z For details about how to import engineering
engineering parameters to the created parameters, see section 4.3.3 "Importing Engineering
parameters dataset. Parameters."
z For details about how to import neighboring
parameters, see section 4.3.9 "Importing Neighbor
Data."
z For details about how to import Cell Individual Offset
(CIO) parameters, see section 4.3.11 "Adding CIO
Parameters."
7 Displaying View analysis items z For details about how to display data, see section 6.5
analysis data using different methods. "Displaying Analysis Data."
z For details of indicators, see chapter 7 "Analysis
Indicator."
8 Generating Generate analysis data. For details about how to export analysis data, see
analysis data sections "6.6 Exporting Analysis Data."
9 Generating Generate various For detailed about how to export analysis report, see
analysis reports analysis reports. chapter 8 "Analysis Report."

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2 Installing Software

About This Chapter

The following table lists the contents of this chapter.

Section Describes

2.1 Installation Description The flow chart of installing the Assistant.


2.2 Checking Installation The required configuration for installing the Assistant.
Environment
2.3 Installing the GENEX The procedures for installing the GENEX Shared
Shared Components components.
2.4 Installing the Assistant The procedures for installing the Assistant.
2.5 License Management How to apply for and update a license.
2.6 Installation Check How to check whether the Assistant is installed.
2.7 Uninstalling Software The procedures for uninstalling GENEX software.

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2.1 Installation Description


Figure 2-1 shows the flow chart of installing the Assistant.

Figure 2-1 Flow chart

Start

Checking installation
environment

Installing the GENEX


Shared

Installing the GENEX


Assistant

End

2.2 Checking Installation Environment


2.2.1 Checking System Configuration
Table 2-1 lists the hardware required for installing and operating the Assistant.

Table 2-1 System configuration


Configuration Type Configuration Item Installation Requirement

Minimum CPU Pentium III 1 GHz


configuration
Memory 256MB
Hard disk 1 GB spare disk space

Recommended CPU Pentium III IV 1.4GHz


configuration
Memory 512 MB

Hard disk 10 GB spare disk space or more


Common Video graphics adapters 1024 x 768, 16-bit color or higher
configuration (VGA)
External interface At least one parallel port or USB port
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Configuration Type Configuration Item Installation Requirement

Operating system Windows 2000 SP3 or a later version

2.2.2 Checking System Environment


The items to be checked are as follows:
z Whether the power of the display is well connected
z Whether the power load of the socket exceeds the permissible load (If the load is too
high, a fire accident may occur.)

2.3 Installing the GENEX Shared Components


The GENEX Shared components support the Assistant.
z To ensure that other GENEX products can work properly, the GENEX Shared components are not
removed if you uninstall the Assistant.
z If the GENEX Shared components are installed on your computer, skip the installation of the
components. In case of the Assistant upgrade, Huawei recommends that the GENEX Shared
components be reinstalled because the components may also be upgraded.

To install the GENEX Shared components, perform the following steps:


Step 1 Double-click the setup.exe file. The InstallShield Wizard dialog box is displayed.
Step 2 Click Next.
Step 3 In the License Agreement dialog box, click Yes.
Step 4 When the installation is complete, Click Finish.
The following components are automatically installed:
z MapX components: support the Map process.
z TeeChart components: refer to the development controls on the icon interface.
z OWC components: provide the automatic control for uploading the electronic sheets,
charts, and database to the Web.
z Dongle driver: maintains the version authorization.
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2.4 Installing the Assistant


To install the Assistant, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Double-click the setup.exe file. The InstallShield Wizard dialog box is displayed.
Step 2 Click Next.
Step 3 In the License Agreement dialog box, select I accept the items of the license agreement.

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Step 4 Click Next.


Step 5 In the Customer Information dialog box shown in Figure 2-2, enter names in the User name
and Company name fields.

Figure 2-2 Customer Information dialog box

Step 6 Click Next.


Step 7 In the Choose Destination Location dialog box, click Change to specify the directory for
saving the Assistant.
Step 8 Click Next.
Step 9 In the Ready to Install the Program dialog box, click Install.
Step 10 When the installation is complete, click Finish.
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2.5 License Management


2.5.1 Plugging in the Dongle
The functions of the Assistant are controlled by the dongle. To use all the functions of the
Assistant, you must plug in the dongle.

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The dongle is a device that provides the user with the authorization to use the Assistant.
License is integrated with the dongle. Therefore, you must plug the dongle into the computer
to obtain the permission to use the Assistant. For the detailed installation of the dongle, refer
to the relevant usage guide.

The dongle does not support remote login. For remote login, you need a software license.

2.5.2 Updating License


When a license file, that is, the .lic file expires, you need to update the license file.
To update a license file, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Choose Start > All Programs > GENEX Drive Test Solution > GENEX Assistant 1.53 >
Assistant to run the Assistant main program.
Step 2 On the displayed main interface of Assistant, choose Help > View ESN.
Step 3 Send the ESN to Huawei technical support engineer and wait for a new license.
Normally, the new license will be delivered in two to three days.
Step 4 Update the new license for the dongle.
1. On the main interface of Assistant, choose Help > Update License.
2. In the Update License dialog box, click Browse to select the new license (.lic file).
3. Click Update.
4. In the displayed dialog box for confirmation, click OK.

When updating the new license for the dongle, ensure that only the dongle for the Assistant is plugged
into the computer.

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2.5.3 Viewing License Information


Choose Help > License Info. View the license information in the displayed License Info
dialog box.

2.6 Installation Check


2.6.1 Confirming the Version Information
Choose Help > About Assistant in the main window of the Assistant. View the version
information in the About Assistant window.

2.6.2 Description of the Installation Directory


After the Assistant is installed, the following directory structure is formed in the installation
directory, as listed in Table 2-2.

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Table 2-2 Directory structure of the Assistant

Folder Description

Bin Analyse Stores application analysis modules.


Config Stores files of GPS filter configuration and intelligent report
configuration.
Device Stores data import modules.
Log Stores running logs of applications.
Ph_Mes Stores the message parsing files such as RRC and NAS.
Python Stores customized event configuration modules.
Supportfile Stores the message parsing files such as GSM Medium Access
Control (MAC)/Radio Link Control (RLC).
Wh_Mes Stores unpack files and agreement files.
XMLPath Stores custom event files based on signaling procedures.
pdf Chinese Stores Chinese help documents.
manual
English Stores English help documents.
Sample Stores the template files that require for importing custom
configuration files, such as template file for engineering
parameters, neighbor cell import, WCDMA CIO, and TXT
indicators.
Template Stores the template files that the system uses to automatically
generate reports, such as GSM event report.

2.7 Uninstalling Software


2.7.1 Uninstalling the GENEX Shared Components
You can use either of the following methods to uninstall the GENEX Shared components:
z Double-click the Setup.exe file in the software installation disk.
z Choose Start > Control Panel, double-click Add or Delete Programs, and then select
the Shared components to uninstall.
This section takes the second method as an example to describe how to uninstall the Shared
components. To uninstall the Shared components, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Choose Start > Control Panel. Double-click Add or Remove Programs.
Step 2 Select Shared, and then click Remove.
Step 3 In the Modify, repair, or remove the program dialog box, select Remove.
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Step 5 In the Confirm Uninstall dialog box, click OK.


Step 6 After the Shared components are uninstalled, click Finish.
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2.7.2 Uninstalling the Assistant


You can use any of the following methods to uninstall the Assistant software:
z Double-click the Setup.exe file in the software installation disk.
z Choose Start > Control Panel. Double-click Add or Delete Programs, and then select
the Assistant software to be uninstalled.
z Choose Start > All Programs > GENEX Drive Test Solution > GENEX Assistant
1.53 > Uninstall Assistant.
This section takes the third method as an example to describe how to uninstall the Assistant
software.
To uninstall the Assistant software, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Choose Start > All Program > GENEX Drive Test Solution > GENEX Assistant 1.53 >
Uninstall Assistant.
Step 2 In the Modify, repair, or remove the program dialog box, select Remove.
Step 3 Click Next.
Step 4 In the Confirm Uninstall dialog box, click OK.
The system starts to uninstall the Assistant.
Step 5 After the Assistant is uninstalled, click Finish.
The uninstall of the Assistant is complete.
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3 User Interface

About This Chapter

The following table lists the contents of this chapter.

Section Describes

3.1 Main Interface The main interface of the Assistant.


3.2 Menu Bar The system menus in the main interface.
3.3 Toolbar The toolbar in the main interface.
3.4 Navigation Tree The navigation tree in the main interface.
3.5 Operation Interface The operation interface in the main interface.
3.6 Property View The property view in the main interface.
3.7 System Status Bar The system status bar in the main interface.
3.8 Data Window The display window of five types of data.

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3.1 Main Interface


Figure 3-1 shows the main interface of the Assistant.

Figure 3-1 Main interface of the Assistant

Table 3-1 lists the elements in the main interface.

Table 3-1 Elements in the main interface


Number Description

(1) Menu bar. See section 3.2 "Menu Bar."


(2) Toolbar. See section 3.3 "Toolbar."
(3) Navigation tree. See section 3.4 "Navigation Tree."
(4) Operation interface. See section 3.5 "Operation Interface."
(5) Property view. See section 3.6 "Property View."
(6) System status bar. See section 3.7 "System Status Bar."

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3.2 Menu Bar


3.2.1 Overview
The system menu bar comprises five menus, namely, Project, Dataset, View, Window, and
Help. You can perform operations to the Assistant through the system menu bar.

3.2.2 Project Menu


Table 3-2 lists the functions of the items on the Project menu.

Table 3-2 Functions of the items on the Project menu


Submenu Function Reference

New Project Creates a project For details, see section 4.1.2 "Creating a
Project."
Open Project Opens a project For details, see section 4.1.3 "Opening a
Project."
Close Project Closes a project For details, see section 4.1.4 "Closing a
Project."
Import Dataset Imports a dataset For details, see section 4.2.2 "Importing a
Dataset."
Set Map Path Sets a map path For details, see section 5.1.3 "Importing a
MapInfo Map."
Remove Map Path Removes a map path For details, see section 5.1.4 "Deleting a
MapInfo Map."
Exit Exits the Assistant -

3.2.3 Dataset Menu


Table 3-3 lists the functions of the items on the Dataset menu.

Table 3-3 Description of items on the Dataset menu


Submenu Function Reference

New Dataset Creating a dataset For details, see section 4.2.3


"Creating a Dataset."
Remove Dataset Removing a dataset For details, see section 4.2.4
"Removing a Dataset."
Export Dataset Exporting a dataset For details, see section 4.2.5
"Exporting a Dataset."

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Submenu Function Reference

Modify Dataset Modifying the dataset For details about dataset property,
Property property see section 4.2.6 "Modifying the
Dataset Property."
Delete Exceptional Deleting exceptional data For details, see section 6.2 "Filtering
Data Exceptional Data."
Filter Filtering indicators For details, see section 6.3 "Filtering
Indicator."
Unlock Dataset GPS Unlocking the current For details on the locking of dataset,
Range dataset see section 6.5.7 "Locking Analysis
Data."
Import File List Indicating the list of For details, see section 6.1.6
imported files "Viewing the List of Imported
Files."
Report Wizard Indicating the intelligent For details, see section 8.3
report function "Generating Reports Through the
Wizard."
WCDMA CIO Referring to the For details, see section 4.3.11
Manager WCDMA CIO parameter "Adding CIO Parameters."
manager
Combine Device Combining devices For details, see section 6.4
"Combining Analysis Data."
Import Engineering Importing engineering For details, see section 4.3.3
Parameter parameters "Importing Engineering Parameters."
Import Neighbor Cell Importing the For details, see section 4.3.9
Config configuration of "Importing Neighbor Data."
neighbors
Display on Map Displaying data on a map For details, see section 3.8.2 "Map
Window."
Display on Chart Displaying data on a For details, see section 3.8.3 "Graph
chart Window."
Display on Caky Displaying data on a pie For details, see section 3.8.3 "Graph
chart Window."
Display on Histogram Displaying data on a For details, see section 3.8.3 "Graph
histogram Window."
Display on Sheet Displaying data on a For details, see section 3.8.4 "Sheet
sheet Window."

3.2.4 View Menu


Table 3-4 lists the functions of the items on the View menu.

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Table 3-4 Functions of the items on the View menu

Submenu Function Reference

Tool bars Determining z Standard Tool bar: Determines whether to display


whether to the standard tool bar. See section 3.3.2 "Standard
display tool bars Tool bar."
z Project Bar: Determines whether to display the
Project tab page in the navigation area.
z Map Legend Bar: Determines whether to display
the Map Legend tab page in the navigation area.
z Word Collector Bar: Determines whether to
display the Word Collector tab page in the
navigation area.
Status Bar Determining -
whether to
display the status
bar
Properties Bar Determining z WCDMA Scanner Coverage Bar: Determines
whether to whether to display the WCDMA Scanner
display the Coverage tab page in the property view.
properties bar z WCDMA UE Measurement Bar: Determines
whether to display the WCDMA UE
Measurement tab page in the property view.
z GSM MS Measurement Bar: Determines whether
to display the GSM MS Measurement tab page in
the property view.
z Site Information Bar: Determines whether to
display the Site Information tab page in the
property view.
Application Selecting the You can select the look of Microsoft Visual Studio
Look look of 97/2005/.Net, Office 2003, and Windows XP.
applications

3.2.5 Window Menu


Table 3-5 lists the functions of the items on the Window menu.

Table 3-5 Functions of the items on the Window menu

Submenu Function Reference

Cascade Cascading When Cascade is selected, the Assistant cascades


displayed the displayed windows.
windows

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Tile Horizontal Displaying When Tile Horizontal is selected, the Assistant


windows in a tile horizontally drags all displayed windows on the
horizontal way operation interface and displays them from top to
bottom.
Tile Vertical Displaying When Tile Vertical is selected, the Assistant
windows in a tile vertically pulls all displayed windows on the
vertical way operation interface and displays them from left to
right.
Arrange Icons Arranging icons When Arrange Icons is selected, the Assistant
ranges all minimized windows displayed on the
operation interface.
Close All Closing all When Close All Windows is selected, the Assistant
Windows windows closes all displayed windows on the operation
interface.

3.2.6 Help Menu


Table 3-6 lists the functions of the items on the Help menu.

Table 3-6 Functions of the items on the Help menu


Submenu Function

Help Providing help documents


About Assistant dialog box Providing information about the Assistant
View ESN Viewing the electronic serial number (ESN) of the dongle
View License Viewing the license information about the dongle
Update License Updating the license

3.3 Toolbar
3.3.1 Overview
You can perform common operations through the tool bar.

3.3.2 Standard Tool bar


Figure 3-2 shows the standard tool bar.

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Figure 3-2 Standard tool bar

Table 3-7 lists the functions of the buttons on the tool bar.

Table 3-7 Functions of the icons on the standard tool bar


Button Function

Creating a project

Opening a project

Closing a project

Creating a dataset

Setting a map path

Generating an intelligent report

Modifying the dataset property

Providing the Assistant help documents

Providing the version information about the Assistant

Adding or deleting a button on the tool bar

3.3.3 Map Tool bar


The map tool bar is used when data is displayed on a map. For details about data display
modes, see section 6.5.2 Displaying Data on a Map."
Table 3-8 lists the functions of the icons on the map tool bar.

Table 3-8 Functions of the icons on the map tool bar

Button Function

Displaying engineering parameters


For details, see section 4.3.7 "Modifying the Display Mode
for Engineering Parameters."
Playing the data back and controls data playback
For details, see section 6.5.2 "Data Playback Control."

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Button Function

Locking data
For details, see section 6.5.7 "Locking Analysis Data."
Operating a map

Selecting data

Measuring distance
You can measure custom distance and the total distance of
selected data.
Changing map layers
For details, see section 5.3 "Operating a Map Layer."
Displaying or hiding legends
For details, see section 5.2.11 "Displaying or Hiding a
Legend."
Setting up projection
For details, see section 6.5.2 "Setting Projection Reference
Frame."
Importing indoor and outdoor raster maps
For details, see sections 5.1.5 "Importing an Outdoor Raster
Map" and 5.1.6 "Importing an Indoor Raster Map."
Copying the images on the map window to clipboard in .png
format.
Exporting the data
For details, see section 6.6.3 "Exporting Data from a Map."
Exporting various types of data to a .doc file
For details, see section 6.6.2 "Exporting Data Through Word
Collector."
Setting legends and legend identifiers
For details, see sections 5.2.12 "Setting a Legend Style",
5.2.10 "Modifying a Legend Theme", and 5.2.8 "Loading a
Legend for Parameters."
Saving to the current location, download location, and
viewing the complete graph.
Displays the ruler and raster on a map.

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3.3.4 Chart Tool bar


You can use the icons on the chart tool bar when you query data in a diagram, histogram, pie
chart, or customized diagram. For details on data query, see 6.5.3 "Displaying Data on a
Chart."
Figure 3-3 shows the chart tool bar.

Figure 3-3 Chart Tool bar

Table 3-9 lists the functions of the icons on the chart tool bar.

Table 3-9 Buttons on the chart tool bar


Button Function

Indicating the normal mode

Rotating a chart

Moving a chart

Zooming in on a chart

Adjusting the depth of a chart

Displaying a chart in 3D mode

Setting the properties of a chart

Printing a selected chart

Snapshooting an active window

Saving the current chart

3.3.5 Sheet Tool bar


You can use the icons on the sheet tool bar when you query data in sheet mode. For details,
see section 6.5.4 "Displaying Data on a Sheet." Figure 3-4 shows the sheet tool bar.

Figure 3-4 Sheet tool bar

Table 3-10 lists the functions of the icons on the sheet tool bar.

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Table 3-10 Buttons on the sheet tool bar

Button Function

Selecting and reselecting data

Copying the selected data in the sheet

Searching for the data in the sheet

Deleting the selected data


This operation permanently deletes the data from database.
Collecting the data statistics
For details, see section 6.5.4 "Displaying Data on a Sheet."
Exporting the data
For details, see section 6.6.4 "Exporting Data From a Sheet."
Exporting various types of data to a .doc file
For details, see section 6.6.2 "Exporting Data Through Word
Collector."
Locking the data
For details, see section 6.5.7 "Locking Analysis Data."
Measuring the length of the area for the selected data

3.3.6 Engineering Parameter Tool bar


The engineering parameter tool bar is used for importing engineering parameters. Figure 3-5
shows the engineering parameter tool bar. For details about how to import engineering
parameters, see section 4.3.3 "Importing Engineering Parameters."

Figure 3-5 Engineering parameter tool bar

Table 3-11 lists the functions of the icons on the engineering parameter tool bar.

Table 3-11 Icons on the engineering parameter tool bar


Button Function

Opening an engineering parameter file

Verifying data

Importing engineering parameters

Exporting engineering parameters

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Saving engineering parameters

Converting frequency and ARFCN

Selecting a table header

Automatically matching with a table header

Canceling the header match

Canceling the match for all headers


Copying engineering parameters

Displaying the names of matched headers

3.4 Navigation Tree


3.4.1 Overview
The navigation tree comprises three tab pages, namely, Project, Map Legend, and Word
Collector, as shown in Figure 3-6.

Figure 3-6 Navigation tree

3.4.2 Project Tab Page


On the Project tab page, various types of data are sorted out. Thus, you can view and analyze
data in the data window. For details about the indicators on the tab page, see chapter 7
"Analysis Indicator".

3.4.3 Map Legend Tab Page


The Map Legend tab page shows default and customized legends.
For details on custom legends, see section 5.2 "Operating a Legend."

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3.4.4 Word Collector Tab Page


On the Word Collector tab page, you can collect all types of information and import the
information to a .doc file.
For details on the word collector, see section 6.6.2 "Exporting Data Through Word Collector."

3.5 Operation Interface


The Assistant work platform contains the tabs for the display and analysis of various test data.
Each tab on the tool bar stands for a window, for example, the Chart, the Sheet, the Map, or
the Message window.
You can range the windows by using the options on the Window menu. Figure 3-7 shows the
operation interface.

Figure 3-7 Operation interface of the Assistant

3.6 Property View


3.6.1 Overview
The property view comprises four tab pages, namely, WCDMA Scanner Coverage,
WCDMA MS Pilot Measurement, GSM MS Measurement and Site Information, as
shown in Figure 3-8.

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Figure 3-8 Property view

Choose View > Property Bar. In the displayed submenu, choose an option to display the corresponding
tab.

3.6.2 WCDMA Scanner Coverage Tab Page


The WCDMA Scanner Coverage tab page shows the WCDMA scanner test information
about the selected DT point.
Table 3-12 lists the indicators on the WCDMA Scanner Coverage tab page.

Table 3-12 Indicators on the WCDMA Scanner Coverage tab page


Field Remarks

Longitude Longitude
Latitude Latitude
Date Date
Time Time
RSCP Received signal code power
Ec/Io Signal noise ratio of the forward pilot channel
Io Total received power
Frequency Frequency

3.6.3 WCDMA MS Pilot Measurement Tab Page


The WCDMA MS Pilot Measurement tab page shows the information about the active set,
monitor set, and detected set of a selected DT point.
The indicators on the WCDMA MS Pilot Measurement tab page are the same as those on
the WCDMA Scanner Coverage tab page.

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3.6.4 GSM MS Measurement Tab Page


The GSM MS Measurement tab page shows the information about cells and the GSM
networks which the selected DT points belong to.
Table 3-13 lists the indicators on the GSM MS Measurement tab page.

Table 3-13 Indicators on the GSM MS Measurement tab page


Field Remarks

Longitude Longitude
Latitude Latitude
Date Date
Time Time

3.6.5 Site Information Tab Page


The Site Information tab page shows the information about the current selected site.
For the details about how to import site information, see section 4.3.3 "Importing Engineering
Parameters."

3.7 System Status Bar


Table 3-14 lists the buttons on the status bar.

Table 3-14 Areas on the status bar


Parameter Function

The menu prompt tells the function


description of this menu when the menu is
chosen.
When you measure distance, the map scale
shows the actual distance and total distance
between two closest points.
Displaying the longitude and latitude value
of the point where the pointer is placed.
This information shows the status of the
following buttons: CAP, NUM, and SCRL.

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3.8 Data Window


3.8.1 Overview
The data window is displayed in the operation interface. You can use multiple modes to
display the data through shortcut menus. The following sections introduce the map mode,
chart mode, sheet mode, histogram mode, and pie chart mode.

3.8.2 Map Window


The map window geographically displays test data. Thus, you can view the geographic
distribution of data in an intuitive way. Figure 3-9 shows the map window.

Figure 3-9 Map window

3.8.3 Graph Window


Graph windows are categorized into chart, histogram, pie chart, and customized modes.
The graph mode, shown in Figure 3-10, displays the distribution of the data with time.

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Figure 3-10 Graph mode

The histogram mode, shown in Figure 3-11, shows the distribution of data statistics in
histogram mode.

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Figure 3-11 Histogram mode

The pie chart, shown in Figure 3-12, displays the distribution of data.

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Figure 3-12 Pie chart mode

Generally, the X axis stands for time and the Y axis stands for a parameter value, as shown in
Figure 3-10. In custom diagram mode, you can customize the parameters for the X axis and Y
axis. Figure 3-13 shows the custom diagram mode.

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Figure 3-13 Customized chart mode

3.8.4 Sheet Window


The sheet mode, shown in Figure 3-14, sorts the data by time to facilitate users' viewing and
statistics collection.

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Figure 3-14 Sheet window

3.8.5 Operations in the Data Window


On the Assistant main interface, you can perform the following operations on the data window
of the operation interface.
z Opening a window
z Moving a window
z Cascading a window
z Closing a window
z Opening a window

Opening a Window
To open a data display window, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Choose Project > New Project to create a project.
For details, see section 4.1.2 "Creating a Project."
Step 2 Choose Dataset > New Dataset to create a dataset.
For details, see section 4.2.3 "Creating a Dataset."
Step 3 Right-click the new database in the navigation area and select Import Test Data from the
shortcut menu.
For details, see chapter 6 "Analysis Data Management."

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Step 4 Double-click an equipment node. Right-click an indicator node and select a display mode
from the shortcut menu. A data window is displayed.
For details about the data display modes, see section 6.5 "Displaying Analysis Data."

If you double-click an indicator node, the data window is displayed in the default display mode.

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Moving a Window
To move a window, you can click the title bar of a data window and hold the left mouse
button, and then move the mouse.
If a data window is in the maximized state, you need to normalize or minimize the window.

Cascading a Window
You can use four methods to cascade a window. For details, see section 3.2.5 "Window
Menu."

Closing a Window
You can use either of the following methods to close a window:
z Select a data window and click .on the top right of the window.
z On the tool bar at the lower right corner of the data window, click and to view
a window and click to close the selected window. For details, see section 3.5
"Operation Interface."
z Choose Window > Close All Windows to close all windows.

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About This Chapter

The following table lists the contents of this chapter.

Section Describes

4.1 Managing Engineering Files How to manage project files.


4.2 Managing a Dataset How to manage datasets.
4.3 Managing Engineering Parameters How to manage engineering parameters.
4.4 Managing History Log How to view operations in history logs.

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4.1 Managing Engineering Files


4.1.1 Overview
In the Assistant, a project corresponds to an area or a city, and a dataset saves the data of one
drive test. You can perform multiple DTs in an area or a city. Similarly, a project contains
multiple datasets. Each database maps to a single folder in the directory of the project. The
dataset saves the data collected from multiple test devices.

4.1.2 Creating a Project


To create a project, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Choose Project > New Project.
The New Project dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-1.

Figure 4-1 New Project dialog box

Step 2 In the New Project dialog box, you can perform the following operations:
z Enter the project name in the Project Name field.
z Specify the project path in the Project Path field.
z Specify the map file path in the Map Path field. You can also specify the map file path
after a project is created. For details, see section 5.1.3 "Importing a MapInfo Map." After
a map path is set, all the maps of the project can share this map.
Step 3 Click OK. In the New Dataset dialog box, set the attributes of the dataset. For a detailed
attribute description, see section 4.2.7 "Parameter Description."
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4.1.3 Opening a Project


To open a project, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Choose Project > Open Project.
Step 2 Select a project file in the displayed dialog box, and then click Open.
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4.1.4 Closing a Project


You can choose File > Close Project to close a project.

4.2 Managing a Dataset


4.2.1 Overview
Before data analysis, a dataset must be created for importing data. A dataset saves the data of
one drive test. You can create multiple datasets to save the test data collected from
independent devices. Each dataset is saved in a folder in the directory of the project. The
dataset file is in .mdb format.

4.2.2 Importing a Dataset


To import a dataset, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Choose Project > Import Dataset.
The Open dialog box is displayed.
Step 2 Select an .mdb file, and then click Open.
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4.2.3 Creating a Dataset


To create a dataset, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Choose Project > New Dataset.
The New Dataset dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-2.

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Figure 4-2 New Dataset dialog box

Step 2 Modify the property of the dataset in the displayed dialog box.
For parameter description, see section 4.2.7 "Parameter Description."
Step 3 Click OK.
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4.2.4 Removing a Dataset


To remove a dataset, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select a dataset to be removed.
Step 2 Choose Dataset > Remove Dataset.
The Assistant dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-3.

Figure 4-3 Assistant dialog box

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Step 3 Click OK.


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4.2.5 Exporting a Dataset


To export a dataset, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select a dataset to be exported.
Step 2 Choose Dataset > Export Dataset.
A dialog box is displayed. In the dialog box, name the exported dataset. The extension name
of the dataset is mdb.
Step 3 Click Save.
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4.2.6 Modifying the Dataset Property


To modify the property of a dataset, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select a dataset in an opened project.
Step 2 Choose Dataset > Modify Dataset Property.
The Modify Dataset Property dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-4.

Figure 4-4 Modify Dataset Property dialog box

Step 3 Set the parameters on the Setting and Binning Type tab pages. After a dataset is created, the
dataset name cannot be changed.

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For parameter description, see section 4.2.7 "Parameter Description."


Step 4 Click OK to modify the property.
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4.2.7 Parameter Description


When you create a dataset or modifying the property of a dataset, the Modify Dataset
Property dialog box is displayed. This section describes the parameters in the dialog box.

Dataset Name Tab Page


Enter the name of a dataset on the Dataset Name tab page when you create a dataset. This
part takes OnlineHelp as an example. After the establishment of the dataset, the OnlineHelp
dataset is displayed in the navigation area shown in Figure 4-5.

After a dataset is created, the dataset name cannot be changed.

Figure 4-5 Dataset in the navigation area

Setting Tab Page


The Setting tab page is used to set the network parameters and the attributes of the KPI. Table
4-1 lists the parameters on the Setting tab page.

Table 4-1 Parameters on the Setting tab page

Parameter Description

Scanner Simulate SHO Parameters

Threshold (dB) Sets the thresholds for events 1A through 1B.


Hysteresis (dB) Sets the hysteresis for events 1A through 1D.
Time to Trigger (s) Sets the trigger delay for events 1A through 1D.
Active Set Size Sets the number of active set.

Pilot Pollution

Threshold Sets the received signal code power (RSCP)


difference between the best cell and cells entering the
active set.

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Parameter Description

RSCP Threshold Sets the minimum RSCP of a cell that enters the
active set.
Active Set Size Sets the number of active set.
That is, when the number of cells in the active set is
greater than the number of active set, the cell with
lowest RSCP is considered to be a cell that leads to
pilot pollution.
Neighbor Cell

RSCP Threshold If the measured RSCP of two adjacent test points


exceeds or equals the RSCP threshold, and two cells
are available at the same time, the neighbor count of
the two cells should be incremented by one.
Count Threshold If the neighbor count of any two cells exceeds or
equals the count threshold, the two cells are
neighbors.
HSDPA Crossing Table

UL to DL Time Offset (subframe) Sets the frame offset when the uplink CQI is sent to
the downlink.
BLER(Block Error Rate)Threshold

Uplink (%) Threshold for higher value of uplink BLER.


Downlink (%) Threshold for higher value of downlink BLER.

GSM Analysis

Coverage RxLev Query Received level query.


Condition
Logic(AND | OR) Logical operator, that is, AND or OR.
RxQual Query Quality of received signal.
Condition
RxLev Jump Sharply Drastic drop of received level.
Drop
RxQual Jump Sharply Drastic drop of received signal quality.
Drop
Island TA Time advance. It is used for compensating the time
delay in radio propagation.
RxLev Received level.

Import Filter Config

GSM GPRS MAC Sets whether the MAC signaling can be imported.
Signaling
Message(YES | NO)

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Parameter Description

Neighbor Info(YES | Sets whether the neighbor signaling can be imported.


NO)

Load MS Measurement Config

Files Size Threshold(M) Sets file threshold. The default value is 200 MB. If the
file size is less than or equals 200 MB, the system
loads the attribute. Otherwise, the system does not
load the attribute.
WCDMA KPI

Coverage ECIO (≥) The signal noise ratio of the forward pilot channel. It
Rate is greater than or equal to –12.
RSCP (≥) The received signal code power. It is greater than or
equal to –95.
PDP (RRC:0 | PDP:1) The packet data protocol success rate.
Success Request z 0: Radio resource control request.
Rate
z 1: Packet data protocol request.
PS Date Is Visible (Yes:1 | Sets whether to display the six events and parameter
Service No:0) settings of two KPIs related to the PS.
z 1: Display
z 0: Not display

z The six events related to the PS are DataServiceAcpt,


DataServiceRej, DataServiceSetupFail,
DtatServiceDropped, DataServiceCompleted, and
DataServiceReq.
z The two KPIs related to the PS are PS Service Drop Rate
and PS Data Service Statistics.

Binning Type Tab Page


The Binning Type tab page is used to set the binning type and value fetch for the imported
test data. Table 4-2 lists the parameters in the Binning Type tab page.

Table 4-2 Parameters on the Binning Type tab page


Parameter Description

Binning Type Distance Processes DT data on the distance spacing basis.


Binning Measures the spacing by distance and uses the
average value.
Raster Binning Divides the ground surface into small grids based on
the longitude and latitude basis. You can set the
height and width for a raster.

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Parameter Description

Time Binning Processes the DT data based on time intervals, that is,
uses the average value of the DT data that is collected
during a certain period of time.
No Binning Performs no binning to DT data. This is
recommended when you analyze detailed data.
Value Fetch Average Value Obtains the average value of the data collected from
all points in a region after the geographic binning.
Max Value Obtains the maximum value of data collected from
all points in the region after the geographic binning.
Min Value Obtains the minimum value of data collected from all
points in a region after the geographic binning.
Disperse Data Determines whether to perform the data dispersing.
In the case of bus stop in a drive test, test data is
concentrated on one point. The Assistant disperses
the data collected during bus stop into the data
collected several seconds before the bus starts off. In
the way, the data can be evenly displayed on the map.

4.3 Managing Engineering Parameters


4.3.1 Overview
This section describes engineering data such as engineering parameters, neighbor data, and
CIO parameters. Engineering parameters indicate the information about the cells that are
adjacent to DT points. You can import engineering data according to your requirements.

z The engineering parameter table lists all the information about a cell.
z The neighboring data indicates the relation between neighbors.
z CIO indicates cell individual offset. In the analysis of virtual neighboring cells through the scanner,
CIO is the additional value to the handover threshold of each cell, and controls the difficulty degrees
of the soft handover between different cells.

4.3.2 Introduction to Engineering Parameters


Engineering parameter tables are categorized into two types, namely, WCDMA and GSM.
Table 4-3 and Table 4-4 list the fields in the engineering parameter tables.

Table 4-3 Fields in the WCDMA engineering parameter table


Field Description Mandatory (Yes/No)

RNCID Radio Network Controller ID No


NodeBID NodeB ID No

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Field Description Mandatory (Yes/No)

NodeBName NodeB name No


NodeBType NodeB type No
SectorID Sector ID No
Cell ID Cell ID Yes
CellName Cell name No
UARFCN UTRAN absolute radio frequency Yes
channel number
P-SC Primary scrambling code (0-511) Yes
Longitude Longitude of a cell Yes
Latitude Latitude of a cell Yes
Azimuth Azimuth (degree) Yes
DownTilt Downtilt (degree) No
E-DownTilt Built-in electric downtilt (degree) No
M-DownTilt Machine downtilt angle (degree) No
GroudHeight Antenna ground height No
Altitude Antenna altitude No
AntennaType Antenna type No
AntennaGain Antenna gain No
H-Beamwidth Width of horizontal half-power No
beam
V-Beamwidth Width of vertical half-power beam No
FeederType Feeder type No
FeederLength Feeder length No
NodeBCE Number of NodeB CEs No
ActiveStatus Whether the cell is available No
Outdoor Outdoor station No
TMA Tower-mounted amplifier No

Table 4-4 Fields in the GSM engineering parameter table


Field Description Mandatory (Yes/No)

SiteID Site ID No

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Field Description Mandatory (Yes/No)

SiteName Site name No


CellNum Number of cells No
CellName Cell name No
CI Cell identity Yes
Longitude Longitude of a cell Yes
Latitude Latitude of a cell Yes
Azimuth Azimuth (degree) No
ModuleID Module ID No
CGI Cell global identity No
LAC Location area code No
BCCH Broadcast control channel Yes
Alarm of TCH Traffic channel No
Congestion Cell
BSIC Base station identity code No
AntennaHeight Antenna height No
DownTilt Down tilt angle No
Altitude Antenna altitude No
SiteCode Site code No
Hopping Hopping (Yes/No) No
Area Area No
SiteConfig Site configuration No
SiteType Site type No
CombinerManner Combiner manner No
GPRS General packet radio service No
AntennaName Antenna name No
Polarization Polarization No
AntennaGain Antenna gain No

4.3.3 Importing Engineering Parameters


To import engineering parameters, perform the following steps:
Step 1 On the Project tab page in the navigation area, select a dataset.

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Step 2 Right-click the dataset. Choose Engineer Parameter Management from the shortcut menu.
Then, select WCDMA or GSM based on the test data.
If you select GSM, the GSM Parameter window is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-6.

Figure 4-6 GSM Parameter window

Step 3 Click . The Please select the Excel file and sheet dialog box is displayed, as shown in
Figure 4-7

Figure 4-7 Please select the Excel file and sheet dialog box

Perform the following operations in the Please select the Excel file and sheet dialog box:

1. Click . Select the GSM engineering parameter file (in .xls or .csv format) to be
imported and click Open.
2. In the Sheet List drop-down list, select the sheet where the engineering parameter is
located.

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When editing the imported engineering parameter file, you need to comply with the
requirements in the Specification sheet of the engineering parameter template. The
engineering parameter template of the corresponding network mode is located in the software
installation directory\sample directory.

Step 4 Click OK, and wait until the GSM engineering parameter is displayed in the GSM
Parameter window, as shown in Figure 4-8.

Figure 4-8 GSM Parameter window (displaying the engineering parameter)

Step 5 Click to check the validity of the mandatory field of the engineering parameters. For
details of engineering parameters, see section 4.3.2 "Introduction to Engineering Parameters."

If… Then…

A dialog box is displayed Perform Step 6 through Step 10


No dialog box is displayed Perform Step 9 through Step 10

Step 6 In the displayed dialog box, click OK.


This takes SiteID as an example. If the system detects an unmatched field of SiteID in the
engineering parameters, such as the SiteID field shown in Figure 4-8, a dialog box is
displayed, as shown in Figure 4-9.

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Figure 4-9 Existing unmatched field in the engineering parameters

Step 7 Process the unmatched field.


Right-click in the GSM Parameter window, and choose Required Fields > SiteID in the
shortcut menu.

Step 8 Click . If the dialog box prompting unmatched field is displayed, repeat Step 6 through
Step 8 until no dialog box is displayed.

Step 9 Click to import the engineering parameters.


Step 10 After the import is complete, click OK in the displayed dialog box.
The system exits from the GSM Parameter window and the site data is automatically
displayed on the map in the opened map window.

If you want to view the imported engineering parameters, you need to open the engineering parameters
again.
For details on how to operate a table, see Table 3-11.

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4.3.4 Exporting Engineering Parameters


You can export engineering parameters in the GSM/WCDMA Parameter window. The
engineering parameters are exported in .xls format.
Figure 4-10 shows the icon that is used for exporting engineering parameters. The icon
highlighted in yellow is export icon.

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Figure 4-10 Icon used for exporting engineering parameters

4.3.5 Saving and Copying Engineering Parameters


You can save and copy engineering parameters in the GSM/WCDMA Parameter window.
The engineering parameters are saved in the local dataset in .xls format.
Figure 4-11 shows the icons that are used for exporting engineering parameters. The icons
highlighted in yellow are save icon and copy icon.

Figure 4-11 Icons used for saving and copying engineering parameters

4.3.6 Configuring Engineering Parameters


To configure engineering parameters in a dataset, perform the following steps:

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The Assistant displays only the selected engineering parameters on a map.

Step 1 On the Project tab page in the navigation area, select a dataset.
Step 2 Right-click the dataset and choose Engineering Parameter Management > Engineering
Setting.
The Engineering Parameter dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-12.

Figure 4-12 Engineering Parameter dialog box

Step 3 Perform relevant operations on the WCDMA or GSM tab page.


Table 4-5 lists the functions of buttons on the tab page.

Table 4-5 Functions of buttons on the tab page


Button Function

Moving all parameters in the Available Parameters pane to the Selected


Parameters pane.
Moving the selected parameters in the Available Parameters pane to the
Selected Parameters pane.
Moving the selected parameters in the Selected Parameters pane to the
Available Parameters pane.
Moving all parameters in the Selected Parameters pane to the Available
Parameters pane.

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Step 4 Select the Setting tab, as shown in Figure 4-13.

Figure 4-13 Setting tab page

Step 5 In the Display on map group box, set the relevant parameters.
Table 4-6 lists the parameters on the Setting tab page.

Table 4-6 Description of the parameters


Parameter Description

Site display Sets the site display method. The methods are as follows:
z All sites: displays all sites on the map.
z Sites nearby test route: displays only the sites located near the test
route. You can set the test route in the Expand distance (KM)
field. For details about how to set the test route, see Expand
distance (KM) in this table.
z None: displays no sites.
GSM label Selects the GSM site identifications to be displayed, such as SiteID,
SiteName, Longitude, and Latitude. By default, No Label is
selected.
WCDMA label Selects the WCDMA site identifications to be displayed, such as
RNCID, NodeBID, NodeBName, NodeBType, Longitude, and
Latitude. By default, No Label is selected.

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Parameter Description

Expand distance Refers to the expansion distance of the test route. When Site nearby
(KM) test route is selected, you need to set Expand distance (KM). For
example, if Expand distance (KM) is set to 10, the expansion
distance of the test route is 10 km, and all the sites within this scope
will be displayed on the map.

Step 6 Click Finish.


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4.3.7 Modifying the Display Mode for Engineering Parameters


You can modify the display mode for engineering parameters through the map tool bar shown
in Figure 4-14.

Figure 4-14 Engineering parameter display tool bar

Table 4-7 describes the functions of the icons on the tool bar.

Table 4-7 Functions of the icons on the tool bar


Button Function

Automatically setting different colors for the site cells based on the
scrambling codes.
Displaying all dim sites.

Setting the color of a cell to the same color as the specified data point.
This function is available when a parameter uses the Individual legend (For
details about the Individual legend see 5.2.2 "Introduction to Legends.") and
all the location points corresponding to the sites, such as Primary SC, have
the same colors.
Setting the display size of a site.

Selecting the ID of a site and displays the ID on the map. The optional fields
map to the data listed in the engineering parameter table.
Searching for and locating the sites or cells based on different fields listed in
the engineering parameter table.

Click on the tool bar. The W/G Project Parameter dialog box is displayed, as shown in
Figure 4-15. You can select WCDMA or GSM engineering parameters in the dialog box.

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Figure 4-15 W/G Project Parameter dialog box

4.3.8 Switching Between ARFCN and Frequency


When editing engineering parameters on the Engineering Parameter node, you can choose
whether to display the absolute radio frequency channel number (ARFCN) or frequency.
Figure 4-16 shows the switchover icon between ARFCN and frequency.

Figure 4-16 Switchover icon between ARFCN and frequency

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The Assistant supports only the switchover from ARFCN to frequency. To perform this operation, you
can click the icon highlighted in yellow in the displayed dialog box.

4.3.9 Importing Neighbor Data


To import neighbor data (GSM network mode is not supported), perform the following steps:

You need to import the neighbor data after importing engineering parameters.

Step 1 On the Project tab page in the navigation area, select a dataset.
Step 2 Choose Dataset > Import NeighborCell Config > WCDMA.
A dialog box is displayed.
Step 3 In the displayed dialog box, select the .txt file saving the neighbor data.
Step 4 Click Open.
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4.3.10 Viewing Neighbor Data


To view neighbor data, perform the following steps:

Step 1 Use to view a site.


Step 2 Right-click the site.
A shortcut menu is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-17.

Figure 4-17 Shortcut menu

Step 3 Select Show Config Neighbor Cell.


The Show Config Neighbor Cell dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-18.

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Figure 4-18 Show Config Neighbor Cell dialog box

Step 4 You can view the information about the neighbors of a cell in the displayed dialog box. If you
select a cell in the Neighbor Cell pane, the cell is highlighted on the map.
z indicates that the base cell has the bidirectional neighbor relation with the
neighbor cell.
z indicates that the base cell has the unidirectional neighbor relation with the
neighbor cell.
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4.3.11 Adding CIO Parameters


To add cell individual offset (CIO) parameters in a dataset, perform the following steps:

CIO indicates cell individual offset. In the scanner analysis of virtual neighboring cells, CIO is the
additional value to the handover threshold of each cell, and controls the difficulty degrees of the soft
handover between different cells.
For the specific template, see the software installation directory \sample\cio_template.xls.

Step 1 On the Project tab page in the navigation area, select a dataset.
Step 2 Choose Project > WCDMA CIO Manager.
After the .xls file that contains the analysis data of scanner simulation neighboring cells is
imported, the CIO Manager dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-19.

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Figure 4-19 CIO Manager dialog box

Table 4-8 describes the functions of buttons in the dialog box.

Table 4-8 Functions of buttons in the dialog box


Button Function

Browse Importing the file that contains CIO parameters


Export Exporting the current configuration to a file
Clear All Clearing all the contents in the displayed table
Add CellID Adding a cell ID entered in the text box
Remove CellID Removing a cell ID entered in the text box

Step 3 Set CIO parameters in the CIO Manager dialog box.

You can use either of the following methods to set CIO parameters:
z Manual setting: Type the cell ID in the text box in the CIO Manager dialog box, and then click Add
CellID to add the ID. Double-click each cell in the table and type the parameters.
z Importing: Click Browse to import the file that contains CIO parameters.

Step 4 Click OK.

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4.4 Managing History Log


Through the history logs, you can view history operation records, such as engineering data
management, dataset management, and data filtering.
To manage history logs, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select a project on the Project tab page in the navigation area.
Step 2 Right-click the project. Select Show History from the displayed shortcut menu. A dialog box
is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-20.

Figure 4-20 History Operation List window

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About This Chapter

The following table lists the contents of this chapter.

Section Describes

5.1 Operating a Map How to operate a map.


5.2 Operating a Legend How to operate a legend.
5.3 Operating a Map Layer How to operate a map layer.

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5.1 Operating a Map


5.1.1 Overview
You can import MapInfo and raster maps and operate the maps through the map tool bar.

5.1.2 Introduction to Map Files


The GENEX Assistant supports the import of the maps in following formats:
z Raster image files in .tif, .bmp, .jpg, .gif, or .png format
z MapInfo files in .tab, .dat, .id, .map, or .gst format
The GENEX Assistant supports the export of the maps in following formats:
z Raster image files in .tif, .bmp, .jpg, .gif, or .png format
z Attribute data table file in .tab format
The MapInfo is software used to display geographic data in the formats listed in Table 5-1.

Table 5-1 Formats supported by the MapInfo


File Type File Contents

Attribute data This file defines the components of map attribute data such as the
table file (.tab) number of fields, field names, field types, field widths, indicator fields,
and some key information about the related layers. You can open and
view this file in the WordPad.
Attribute data This file is used to store complete map attribute data. The head file
file (.dat) contains the information on the attribute data table file and the file is
followed by the attribute data records in detail.
Cross reference This file records the pointer that locates each space of a map in the
file (.id) space data file (.map). A pointer consists of four bytes. Pointers are
arrayed in the same way as the attribute data records stored in the
attribute data file. The cross reference file is a table for defining space
objects.
Space data file This file contains the space data of each map object. Space data
(.map) contains geometry, coordinate, and stain information about a space
object. This file also describes the record number of attribute records
for a space. In this way, you can easily find the related attribute
information about this object when you query the object on a map.
Dataset file (.gst) This file contains the indicators for the previous files. A complete map
set must contain all the previous files.

5.1.3 Importing a MapInfo Map


To import a MapInfo map, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Choose Project > Set Map Path, the Open MapInfo Map dialog box is displayed.

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Step 2 Select a MapInfo map file (.gst), and then click Open.
Step 3 Right-click an indicator that can be displayed on a map, and select Display on Map from the
shortcut menu.

If you have opened the map window, you need to open the window again to load the map to the window.

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5.1.4 Deleting a MapInfo Map


You can choose Project > Remove Map Path to delete a loaded MapInfo file. If the map
window is active when you delete a map file, the legacy map persists in the map window. The
new setting takes effect when you open the map window again.

5.1.5 Importing an Outdoor Raster Map


To import an outdoor raster map, perform the following steps:

Step 1 Click on the tool bar in map display mode, the Open Raster Image dialog box is
displayed.
Step 2 Select a raster map file supported by the Assistant, and then click Open.
The Raster Image dialog box is displayed.
Step 3 Click the map to add a reference point. Type the name, longitude value, and latitude value of
this point in the displayed Add Control Point dialog box.

The imported raster map does not contain geographical information; therefore, reference points must be
added for finding the geographical location of the map.

Step 4 To add multiple reference points, see Figure 5-1.


To ensure the accuracy of the map, you need to add a minimum of three reference points. You
need to select the reference points that are unevenly located, for example, the reference points
are not located on a horizontal or vertical line.

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Figure 5-1 Raster Image dialog box

Step 5 Click OK.


The indoor raster map is displayed in the map window.
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5.1.6 Importing an Indoor Raster Map


To import an indoor raster map, perform the following steps:

Step 1 Click on the tool bar in map display mode, the Open Raster Image dialog box is
displayed.
Step 2 Select a raster map file supported by the Assistant, and then click Open.
The indoor raster map is displayed in the map window.
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5.1.7 Operating a Map


You can perform common operations on a map through the map tool bar. For details, see
section 3.3.3 "Map Tool bar."

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5.2 Operating a Legend


5.2.1 Overview
This section describes how to operate ranged and individual legends.

5.2.2 Introduction to Legends


The Map Legend tab page consists of system legends and customized legends, as shown in
Figure 5-2. You can select a legend for a parameter from customized legends. For details, see
5.2.8 "Loading a Legend for Parameters."

Figure 5-2 Map Legend tab page

Legends are categorized into two types, namely, ranged and individual.
z Ranged
This type is used for the parameters with consecutive values, such as RSCP and Ec/I.
You can segment parameter values and set different display symbols for each value range.
You can use shadowing color to represent different value ranges for displaying
distribution of different values.
z Individual
This type is used for the parameter with discrete values, such as handover events and
RRC status. You can set different display symbols for each parameter value.

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You can select either of the following modes to set a legend:


z Custom
This mode is used to set the parameter with a specific value range or value amount, such
as RSCP or handover events. You can customize an accurate value range. Figure 5-3
shows the Custom mode.

Figure 5-3 Custom mode

z AutoArrange
This mode is used to set the parameters with unknown value range, such as scrambling
codes. Figure 5-4 shows the AutoArrange mode.

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The system automatically sets various colors for the symbols representing different
parameter values. You can also set the shapes and sizes for these symbols.

Figure 5-4 AutoArrange mode

z CustomArrange
This mode is applicable to only ranged legends. If you enter the range and number of
segments, the system automatically colors and sorts out segments, as shown in Figure
5-5.

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Figure 5-5 CustomArrange mode

Individual legends support only Custom and AutoArrange modes. Figure 5-6 shows the
Individual Legend Property dialog box.

Figure 5-6 Individual Legend Property dialog box

5.2.3 Adding a Customized Legend


To add a customized legend, perform the following steps:

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Step 1 Click the Map Legend tab in the navigation area.


The Map Legend tab page is displayed, as shown in Figure 5-2.
Step 2 Right-click Custom Legends, and then select a legend type from the Add New sub-shortcut
menu.
For details about ranged and individual legends, see 5.2.2 "Introduction to Legends."
Step 3 Perform the following operation in the displayed dialog box:
z Set the legend name.
z Select the legend type and set parameters. For details about Custom, AtuoArrange, and
CustomArrange modes, see 5.2.2 "Introduction to Legends."
Step 4 Click OK.
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5.2.4 Deleting a Customized Legend


To delete a customized legend, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Click the Map Legend tab in the navigation area.
The Map Legend tab page is displayed, as shown in Figure 5-2.
Step 2 Right-click a customized legend to be removed in the Custom Legend navigation area.
Step 3 Select Remove.
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5.2.5 Importing a Customized Legend


To import a customized legend, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Click the Map Legend tab in the navigation area.
The Map Legend tab page is displayed, as shown in Figure 5-2.
Step 2 Right-click Custom Legends, and then select Import from the shortcut menu.
A dialog box is displayed.
Step 3 Select a .cld file, and then click Open.
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5.2.6 Exporting a Customized Legend


To export a customized legend, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Click the Map Legend tab in the navigation area.
The Map Legend tab page is displayed, as shown in Figure 5-2.
Step 2 Right click Custom Legends, and then select Export from the shortcut menu.

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A dialog box is displayed.


Step 3 Specify a save path and file name, and then click Save.
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5.2.7 Editing a Legend


To edit a legend, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Click the Map Legend tab in the navigation area.
The Map Legend tab page is displayed, as shown in Figure 5-2.
Step 2 Right-click a legend and select Edit from the shortcut menu.

You can right-click a table in Custom mode and modify the legend symbol through the shortcut menu.

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5.2.8 Loading a Legend for Parameters


To load a legend for parameters, perform the following steps:
Step 1 In the Map Layers window, right-click the parameter whose legend needs to be modified, as
shown in Figure 5-7.

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Figure 5-7 Map Layers dialog box

Step 2 Select Load Legend from the shortcut menu.


The Legend List dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 5-8.

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Figure 5-8 Legend List dialog box

Step 3 Select the legend to be loaded, and then click OK.


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5.2.9 Restoring a System Legend


To restore a system legend, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Click the Map Legend tab in the navigation area.
The Map Legend tab page is displayed, as shown in Figure 5-2.
Step 2 Right-click System Legends and select Resume default from the shortcut menu.
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5.2.10 Modifying a Legend Theme


You can use this function to modify the attribute, such as, the theme of a legend. To modify a
legend theme, perform the following steps:
Step 1 In the Map Layers window, right-click the parameter whose legend needs to be modified.
Figure 5-7 shows the Map Layer window.
Step 2 Select Theme from the shortcut menu.
z For the individual legend, the dialog box shown in Figure 5-9 is displayed.
z For the ranged legend, the dialog box shown in Figure 5-10 is displayed.

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Figure 5-9 Individual Value Theme Options dialog box

Figure 5-10 Ranged Theme Options dialog box

Step 3 Set parameters in the dialog boxes, and then click OK.
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5.2.11 Displaying or Hiding a Legend


The legend display function displays all the legends of parameters on the map, as shown in
Figure 5-11. You can display or hide legends by clicking or .

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Figure 5-11 Displaying legends

5.2.12 Setting a Legend Style


To set a legend style, perform the following steps:
Step 1 In the Map Layers window, right-click the parameter whose legend needs to be modified.
Figure 5-7 shows the Map Layer window.
Step 2 Select Legend.

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The Legend Style dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 5-12.

Figure 5-12 Legend Style dialog box

Table 5-2 describes the functions of the parameters in the Legend Style dialog box.

Table 5-2 Functions of the parameters in the Legend Style dialog box
Parameter Function

Legend is Visible Indicating whether a legend is visible


Show Empty Ranges Displaying the legend with empty ranges
Compact Legend Displaying a compact legend
Use Currency Format Displaying a legend in currency format
Title Indicating the title of a legend
Compact Title Indicating the compact title of a legend
Subtitle Indicating the subtitle of a legend
Legend Text Indicating the text of a legend
Text Style Indicating the font style of a legend

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5.3 Operating a Map Layer


5.3.1 Controlling a Map Layer
The imported maps or engineering parameters are overlapped in different layers. You can add
and remove these layers and change their display modes through the layer control function.

Procedures
To control layers, perform the following steps:

Step 1 Click in the Map window. You can also right-click on the map, and then choose Layer
Control from the shortcut menu.
In the displayed dialog box, set the map layer, as shown in Figure 5-13. For the description of
the Layer Control dialog box, see Parameter Description in section 5.3.1 "Controlling a
Map Layer."

Figure 5-13 Layer Control dialog box

Step 2 After the layers are set, click OK.


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Parameter Description
Table 5-3 lists the parameters in the Layer Control dialog box.

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Table 5-3 Parameters in the Layer Control dialog box

Parameter Function

Up Moves a selected layer upwards.


Down Moves a selected layer downwards.
Add Adds a layer above a selected layer.
Remove Removes a selected layer.
Display In the Display Properties dialog box, set the display mode of the
selected map layer. For parameter description, see Table 5-4.
Labels In the Label Properties dialog box, set the label properties of the
selected map layer. For parameter description, see Table 5-5.
Visible Sets a layer visible.
Selectable Sets a layer selectable.
Automatic Labels Sets automatic labels.
Editable Sets a layer editable.

Table 5-4 Description of parameters in the Display Properties dialog box


Parameter Description

Override Style Whether to override the layer style. You can set
the area, line, symbol, and text type.
Zoom Layering Display Within Whether to display the map layer within the
Zoom Range zoom range.
Min Zoom The minimum zoom range. You can set the
minimum zoom range after selecting Display
Within Zoom Range.
Max Zoom The maximum zoom range. You can set the
minimum zoom range after selecting Display
Within Zoom Range.

Table 5-5 Description of parameters in the Label Properties dialog box


Parameter Description

Label with DataSet The data contained in the selected map layer.
Field Labels the field list.
Visibility Display within Whether to display the map layer within the zoom
Range range.

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Parameter Description

Min Zoom The minimum zoom range. You can set the
minimum zoom range after selecting Display
Within Zoom Range.
Max Zoom The maximum zoom range. You can set the
minimum zoom range after selecting Display
Within Zoom Range.
Allow Overlapped Text Whether to allow overlapped texts.
Allow Duplicated Text Whether to allow duplicated texts.
Label Partial Objects Whether to label partial objects.
Maximum labels The maximum number of labeled objects.
Styles Sets text styles in the map layer.

Label Selects the label lines.


Lines
None No label lines.
Simple Simple label lines.
Arrow Label lines with the arrow.
Sets the corresponding line styles.

Position Orientation Direction of the anchor point.


Rotation Sets the rotating direction.
None No rotation.
Parallel to Rotates a text to make its direction parallel to one
One line segment.
Segment
Parallel to Rotates a text to make its direction parallel to
Multiple multiple line segments.
Segments
Label Sets rotation offset.
Offset

5.3.2 Moving a Map Layer


In the map window, right-click a map, and then choose Offset Layer from the shortcut menu.
You can move a map layer in the dialog box shown in Figure 5-14.

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Figure 5-14 Offset Layer dialog box

Table 5-6 describes the functions of parameters in the dialog box.

Table 5-6 Functions of parameters in the dialog box


Parameter Function

Move upwards by one unit

Move leftwards by one unit

Move rightwards by one unit

Move downwards by one unit

Set a unit value

Reset settings

Make the settings take effect

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About This Chapter

The following table lists the contents of this chapter.

Section Describes

6.1 Importing Analysis Data The data types supported by the Assistant and how to
import analysis data.
6.2 Filtering Exceptional Data The Assistant can filter the imported data. It can also
compare the data and conduct some simple logical
calculations.
6.3 Filtering Indicator How to filter indicator.
6.4 Combining Analysis Data How to combine segmented DT data files.
6.5 Displaying Analysis Data The data display modes of the Assistant.
6.6 Exporting Analysis Data The data export mode supported by the Assistant.
6.7 Viewing the Test Plan How to view the test plan of the analysis data and the
device.

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6.1 Importing Analysis Data


6.1.1 Overview
Before you analyze and process data, you need to import data to be analyzed. You can import
a maximum of 4 GB data to a dataset of the Assistant.

GENEX Probe
The data indicates the test data generated by the GENEX Probe. The test data includes the
time when a log is generated, the information about the UE and the scanner, the data
measured by the UE and the scanner, and the GPS data. The data is stored to a .gen file in
binary format.

Huawei RNC
The RNC data is in .txt or .bin format and includes the following information:
z Bit error rate (BER) in uplink physical channel recorded by the RNC
z Block error rate in uplink transport channel
z Received power of overall uplink bandwidth in a cell
z Measured signal-to-interference ratio of the uplink radio link sets
z Target signal-to-interference ratio of the uplink radio link sets
z Transmit power of the downlink carriers in a cell
z Transmit code power of downlink
z Uplink throughput and bandwidth
z Downlink throughput and bandwidth
z UE transmit power
z Block error rate in downlink transport channel
z Layer 3 information at the RNC side
The Assistant supports the RNC data of the following versions:
z V100R002
z V100R005
z V100R006
z V100R007
z V100R008
The file has the following types of filename extensions:
z The .txt format that stores non-layer 3 information
z The .tmf format that stores layer 3 information

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PHU
The PHU test data, which contains information about the generation time of logs, UE
information, and data measured by UEs, is stored in a binary file. The filename extension of
PHU test data is phu.

TXT
The text data, which contains the information about longitude, latitude, and time of collection
data, is stored in a .txt file. The filename extension is txt.

6.1.2 Importing GENEX Probe Data


The Assistant supports the import of the data collected by the GENEX Probe. In addition, the
Assistant can combine drive test (DT) data automatically or according to the devices.
Generally, combining DT data automatically is recommended.
z Automatic combination
In automatic combination, DT data is combined based on the device number. The
automatic combination mode is applicable to the scenario where the services are not
changed during the test and the data is divided into multiple logs that do not overlap with
respect to the time.
When importing the data collected by the GENEX Probe, you can set the Assistant to
combine data automatically.
z Device-based combination
The device-based combination mode is applicable to the scenario where the test data of
multiple UEs or scanners that are of different types needs to be combined. For details,
see “6.4 Combining Analysis Data.
To import the data collected by the GENEX Probe to the Assistant, perform the following
steps:
Step 1 Choose Project from the navigation tree, and then select a dataset.
Step 2 Right-click the dataset and choose Import Test Data > Import GENEX Probe.
The Import GENEX Probe File dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 6-1.

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Figure 6-1 Import GENEX Probe File dialog box

Step 3 Perform the following operations in the dialog box:


z Click Browse to select one or more GENEX Probe test files.
z Select Auto Combine. The Assistant begins to combine the test data automatically.
z Select IsNeedCrossingTable. The system processes the data in the table. The table
displays the relations between the CQI, BLER, CODES, MAC Throughput, and APP
Throughput counters in HSDPA.
z If the test data contains the data collected from the DTI spectral scanner, click DTI Edit
to set the antenna gain and feeder loss.

The Assistant uses the following expression to recalculate the Ec, Io, and RSSI values exported by the
DTI spectral scanner for each test item:
New value = Original value – Antenna gain + Feeder loss

Step 4 Click Import and wait until all the data is imported.
z After the data is imported, the Assistant preprocesses the event analysis data by default.
If you plan to quicken the data import, you can do as follows to skip the preprocessing:
To cancel the preprocessing, press the Ctrl+Alt+Home keys. To cancel the last operation,
press the Ctrl+Alt+Home keys again.
z If you plan to preprocess the event analysis data at any time after the data is imported,
press the Ctrl+Alt+PageDown keys.
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6.1.3 Importing Huawei RNC Data


To import the Huawei RNC data to the Assistant, perform the following steps:
Step 1 On the Project tab page in the navigation area, select a dataset.
Step 2 Right-click the dataset and choose Import Test Data > Import HuaweiRNC.

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The Import Huawei RNC File dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 6-2.

Figure 6-2 Import Huawei RNC File dialog box

Step 3 Click Browse to select one or multiple RNC files.


If Ignore Position Information is selected, the Assistant regards the longitude and latitude (0,
0) as the default geographic position, which causes the position of the indicator displayed on
the map to deviate from its actual position.
Step 4 Match the RNC message time and the UE message time.

If… Then…

The imported RNC files include the layer 3 message Perform from Step 5 to Step 6
data of the UE (in the .tmf format)
The imported RNC files do not include the layer 3 Perform from Step 7 to Step 11
message data of the UE

Step 5 Set the value of Time Offset(s), which is used for the matching between the RNC message
time and the UE message time. The unit is second.
GPS time = RNC time + Time Offset.
Step 6 Click Import. Wait until the data import is complete.
Step 7 Click Time Match, the RncMsg Time Match dialog box is displayed.
Step 8 Select the terminals corresponding to the RNC message in the UE drop-down list.

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Step 9 Click Auto Match. The system adjusts the message time difference in the Gps time and
phone message list and Rnc message in file list.
If you plan to stop the current matching, click Stop.
Step 10 Click OK. The matching is complete.

The system automatically matches the RNC message time and the UE message time. After the automatic
matching is complete, the system readjusts the time difference based on the value of Time Offset.

Step 11 Click Import. Wait until the data import is complete.


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6.1.4 Importing PHU Data


To import the PHU data to the Assistant, perform the following steps:
Step 1 On the Project tab page in the navigation area, select a dataset.
Step 2 Right-click the dataset and choose Import Test Data > Import PHU.

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The Import PHU File dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 6-3.

Figure 6-3 Import PHU File dialog box

Step 3 In the Import PHU File dialog box, do as follows:


z Click Browse to select one or multiple PHU test files.
z If you select Autocombine By IMSI, the test data is combined based on the IMSIs.
Step 4 Click Import and wait until all the data is imported.
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6.1.5 Importing TXT Data


To import the TXT data to the Assistant, perform the following steps:
Step 1 On the Project tab page in the navigation area, select a dataset.
Step 2 Right-click the dataset and choose Import Test Data > Import TXT.
The Import TXT File dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 6-4.

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Figure 6-4 Import TXT File dialog box

Step 3 In the Import TXT File dialog box, do as follows:


z Click Browse to select one file in .txt format.
z You need to type an indicator name in the Indicator Name text box. The indicator name
cannot contain only numbers.

The imported .txt file must be in a certain format. The Assistant supports the following .txt
files:
z A file containing the Longitude, Latitude, DateTime, and ColumnName fields. Each
field is separated by spaces or double quotation marks.
z A file containing the DateTime and ColumnName fields. The two fields are separated by
spaces or double quotation marks
For details, see the template file provides by the Assistant: software installation
directory\sample\Standard TXT Template.txt

Step 4 Click Import and wait until the data is imported.


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6.1.6 Viewing the List of Imported Files


The current dataset lists the relation between the test devices and the imported files. To view
the list, perform the following steps:
Step 1 On the Project tab page in the navigation area, select a dataset.
Step 2 On the system menu bar, choose Dataset > Import File List.
The Import File List window is displayed, as shown in Figure 6-5.

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Figure 6-5 Import File List window

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6.2 Filtering Exceptional Data


6.2.1 Overview
The Assistant can filter the imported test data. It deletes the unnecessary data in the value
range set by users. Thus, the unnecessary data processing is reduced and the system stability
is enhanced in the prerequisite of data integrity.

6.2.2 Procedure
To filter exceptional data, perform the following steps:
Step 1 On the Project tab page in the navigation area, select a dataset.
Step 2 Choose Dataset > Delete Exceptional Data.

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Figure 6-6 shows the deletion of UE ActiveSet RSCP.

Figure 6-6 Delete Exceptional Data dialog box for UE ActiveSet RSCP

Table 6-1 describes the parameter settings of this dialog box.

Table 6-1 Parameters in the Delete Exceptional Data dialog box


Parameter Operation

WCDMA or GSM tab page Selecting the network corresponding to the data
Drop-down list in the left part Selecting the device corresponding to the data to be
of the dialog box filtered
List box in the left part of the Selecting the parameters to be filtered
dialog box
Data in range will be deleted Setting filter conditions and the data in the range is
area deleted
Execute button Filtering the specified data based on the defined filter
conditions

Step 3 After setting the filter conditions, click Execute to execute the filter conditions.
Step 4 Click Finish, Wait until the filtering is complete.
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6.3 Filtering Indicator


The Assistant allows you to filter all the indicators. The current version allows you to set three
conditions, namely, RxLev (Idle, Full, Sub), RxQual (Full, Sub), and Mean_Bep.
If you filter indicators before a GSM report is generated, the system collects statistics of the
filtered indicators to generate the GSM report. For details about the report generation, see
section 8.3 "Generating Reports Through the Wizard."
To set filter conditions, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Right-click a dataset on the Project tab page, and then choose Filter > Filter from the
shortcut menu. Alternatively, choose Dataset > Filter > Filter.
The Filter dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 6-7.

Figure 6-7 Filter dialog box

Step 2 Set parameters in the Filter dialog box.


For details on how to set the parameters, see Table 6-2.

Table 6-2 Parameter in the Filter dialog box


Parameter Description

Condition Item Set filter conditions.


Logic Functor Logical operator, that is, AND or OR.
Condition List List of filter conditions

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Parameter Description

Insert Add the filter conditions preset in Condition Item to the Condition
List. You can insert a maximum of 26 conditions.
Edit You can edit filter conditions or logical operator.
z Edit filter conditions: From the Condition List, select the filter
condition items that require edition. Then, click Edit. In the
displayed dialog box, set the filter conditions again.
z Edit logical operator: From the Condition List, select the logical
operators that require edition. Then, click Edit. In the displayed
dialog box, set the logical operator again.

To make the edition take effect, click . To cancel the edition, click .

Clear Clear all the filter conditions from the Condition List.
Execute Execute conditions
History View history filter conditions.
Cancel Cancel conditions. Click Cancel to exit the Filter dialog box.

Step 3 Click Execute.


After conditions are being executed, all indicators are filtered out except signals and events.
The specific filtered events are displayed under the Filtered Phone Event node.
To check the specific filtered events, perform the following operations:
1. On the Project tab page in the navigation area, expend the nodes of the filtered dataset.
2. Choose Phone Event > Filtered Phone Event. Then, you can view filtered events, as
described in Table 6-3. For details about how to display filtered events, see section 6.5
"Displaying Analysis Data."

Table 6-3 Description of the filtered events


Filtered Event Description

GSMHandoverFail GSM hadover failure


GSMCallDropped GSM call drop
RAUpdateFail Router area update failure
LAUpdateFail Location area update failure
GSMCallSetupFail GSM call setup failure
GSMSDCCHCallDrop GSM stand-alone dedicated control channel (SDCCH) call
drop
GSMAccessFailure GSM access failure
GSMHandoverIntracellFail GSM intra-cell handover failure

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z If you plan to restore to the situation before the operation, you can right-click a dataset and choose
Filter > Cancel Filter. The filter conditions are cleared and the locked data is restored.
z If you want to view history records before perform filter operation, click History. In the Filter
History window, you can view history filter conditions.

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6.4 Combining Analysis Data


6.4.1 Overview
If the drive test software can automatically segment the test files, multiple redundant devices
are probably generated after the data is imported to the GENEX Assistant. In such a case, it is
recommended that you combine these devices.

6.4.2 Combining Data by UE


To combine data by UE, perform the following steps:
Step 1 On the Project tab page in the navigation area, select a dataset.
Step 2 Choose Dataset > Combine Device > Combine UE.
The Combine Device dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 6-8.
Step 3 Select multiple repeated devices in the PreCombine list box of the Combine Device dialog
box.

Figure 6-8 Combine Device dialog box

Press Ctrl and hold it to select multiple devices.

Step 4 Click Combine.


The Modify Device Name dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 6-9.

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Enter the name of the new combined device.

Figure 6-9 Modify Device Name dialog box

Step 5 Click OK and the name of the new device is displayed in Post-combine, as shown in Figure
6-10.

Figure 6-10 Combining devices complete

Step 6 Click OK.


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6.4.3 Combining Data by Scanner


Combining data by scanner is basically in the same way as that by UE. For details, see section
6.4.2 "Combining Data by UE." The difference is that you must choose Dataset > Combine
Device > Combine Scanner in step 2 described in section 6.4.2 "Combining Data by UE."

6.5 Displaying Analysis Data


6.5.1 Overview
The Assistant displays data in six modes. For details, see section 3.8 "Data Window."

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In the navigation area, you can right-click an indicator and select the corresponding data
display mode.
The following display modes are used:
z Displaying data in a new window, which is used for individual data.
z Displaying data in an active window, which is used for data comparison. For example,
Figure 6-11 shows how to display the indicator, RSCP Max for SC90 in Activeset, on
an active sheet.

Figure 6-11 Data displayed on an active sheet

Figure 6-12 shows the indicator, RSCP Max for SC90 in Activeset, on an active sheet.

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Figure 6-12 RSCP Max for SC90 in Activeset on an active sheet

Table 6-4 describes the data display modes.

Table 6-4 Description of data display modes


Option Function

Display on Map Displaying data on a map


Display on Chart Displaying data on a time-value chart
Display on Caky Making statistics on data through a cake
Display on Histogram Making statistics on data through a histogram
Custom Display on Chart Displaying data on a crossing chart, that is displaying data on
a chart with custom X and y axes.
If different data is defined as X and y axes in the submenu, a
graph window is displayed.
Display on Active …… Displaying data in an active window. "……" depends on the
type of the active window.
Compare with Local A Comparing the indicators of two different datasets of the same
and Compare with Local B project

6.5.2 Displaying Data on a Map


Data Playback Control
You can view the route of test data by playing back the data on a map. If you import the
engineering parameters, the Assistant automatically connect the test sites with the related base
stations with a solid line, as shown in Figure 6-13. For details about how to import
engineering parameters, see section 4.3.3 "Importing Engineering Parameters."

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Figure 6-13 Lines connecting test points and base stations

The buttons of data playback control are displayed on the tool bar of the map window, as
shown in Figure 6-14.

Figure 6-14 Playback control buttons

Table 6-5 describes the buttons on the tool bar.

Table 6-5 Playback control buttons


Button Function

Playing back data in the direction of test routes

Playing back data in the inverse direction of test routes

Stopping data playback

Selecting the dots to be played back per second. The number of dots is
proportional to the playback speed. The Assistant provides seven
playback speeds. For details, refer to the following contents.
Filtering the display of data by time

Moving layer offset

Setting data synchronization layers, which take effect only when


multiple data layers are contained in a map.
Displaying the routes of test data

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Button Function

When the data route display function is enabled, this button is used to set
the display of signs.
z Track density indicates the data dots between neighboring signs.
z Distance width indicates the geographical deviation between signs
and data dots.
GPS editing function, which is used to change the geographical location
of test data
This function takes effect only when a layer is in the editing state.

z Filtering data by time and moving layers affect only the data displayed on a map, but the attributes
of the test data remain unchanged. The GPS editing function is used to change the geographical
location of test data.
z The Assistant provides seven playback speeds, namely, 1dots/s, 2 dots/s, 3 dots/s, 4 dots/s, 5 dots/s,
10 dots/s, and 20 dots/s.

Viewing the Coverage Area of a Cell


To view the coverage area of a cell, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select a base station in the map window.
Step 2 Right-click the base station and choose Show Cell Coverage Area from the shortcut menu.
Step 3 Select one or multiple cells in the displayed window.

Press Ctrl and hold it to select multiple cells.

Step 4 Click OK.

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The test dots covered by the selected area are chosen, as shown in Figure 6-15.

Figure 6-15 Coverage area of a cell

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Checking the Cell Connection Lines


After importing the engineering parameters into the Assistant, you can check the cell
connection lines.
z Checking the connection lines between a DT point and the corresponding cells

In the map window, click to select a DT point. The connection lines between the
DT point and the corresponding cells are displayed.
z Checking the connection lines between multiple DT points and the corresponding cells

1. In the map window, click to select multiple DT points.


2. Right-click the selected DT points, and then choose Show Related Cells from the
shortcut menu.
The connection lines between the selected DT points and the corresponding cells are
displayed.

Simulating Shutdown of a Single Site


Simulating shutdown of a single site is used to view the pilot signal change of the drive test
points that a site covers provided that the site is shut down and to analyze the impact on the
drive test points covered by the site. This function is available only when data is viewed
through the scanner.
To simulate shutdown of a single site, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select a base station in the map window.
Step 2 Right-click the base station and selects Site Shutdown Simulation.

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Step 3 In the displayed dialog box, select the cell to be shut down and enter the corresponding
transmit power, downlink cell load (%), and pilot frequency transmit, as shown in Figure
6-16.

Figure 6-16 Disabling the setting of cell parameters

Step 4 Click OK.


After the calculation is complete, the simulation data is stored to a new device, as shown in
Figure 6-17. You can view the simulation effect through the new data.

Figure 6-17 Disabling simulation data of a single site

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Setting Projection Reference Frame


The projection reference frame is used to convert the GPS geographical information
(longitude or gratitude) to the information (distance or direction) displayed on a plain.
To set the projection reference frame, perform the following steps:

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Step 1 Click on the tool bar of the map window.


Step 2 In the displayed Choose Projection dialog box, perform the following settings:
z Select the categories of longitude and gratitude from the Category drop-down list.
z Select the corresponding projection system from the Category Member drop-down list.
Step 3 Click OK.
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Analyzing Pilot Pollution


To analyze pilot pollution for the test sites of a specified area on a map, perform the following
steps:
Step 1 Select multiple test sites in the map window.
Step 2 Right-click a test site and select Pilot Pollution Analyse.
As shown in Figure 6-18, the displayed Pilot Pollution Analyse window shows the coverage
rate and pilot pollution rate of each cell in the selected test sites.

Figure 6-18 Analyzing pilot pollution

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6.5.3 Displaying Data on a Chart


You can change the value range by modifying the data of X-axis or Y-axis.
To modify the data of X-axis or Y-axis, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Right-click in the graph mode and select Modify Series Data.
The Modify Series Data dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 6-19.

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Figure 6-19 Modify Series Data dialog box

Step 2 Select a parameter from the Series Title list and set the conversion mode of the data of X-axis
or Y-axis.
Step 3 Click Modify.
Step 4 Repeat Step 2 through Step 3 until the requirement is met.
Step 5 Click OK.
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6.5.4 Displaying Data on a Sheet


Making Statistics on Data
In displaying on sheet mode, you can perform multiple statistical functions for the selected
data. You must select the row where the data is located and then select several data in the row
before using this function, as shown in Figure 6-20.

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Figure 6-20 Selecting statistical data

Table 6-6 describes the functions of buttons used for statistics.

Table 6-6 Data statistical function


Button Function

Calculating the sum of the selected data

Searching the maximum value of the selected data

Searching the minimum value of the selected data

Calculating the average value of the selected data

Calculating the mean square of the selected data

Highlighting Layer 3 Signaling


When you view the layer 3 signaling, the Assistant highlights the selected signaling resolution,
as shown in Figure 6-21.

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Figure 6-21 Highlighting selected signaling

You can modify the keywords and attributes to be displayed by modifying the
L3MsgSyntaxConfig.xml file in the Bin directory under the installation directory.
The basic contents of the configuration file are as follows:
<delimiter> ,.:;"'!+-*?/\(){}[]|<></delimiter>
<SyntaxItem>MCC, TRUE, 255, TRUE</SyntaxItem>

Table 6-7 lists the meaning of each element.

Table 6-7 Description of the keywords in the layer 3 configuration file


Element Meaning

<delimiter></delimiter> The separator between parameters. It is recommended that


you do not modify the separators.
<SyntaxItem></SyntaxItem> The configuration item used to include a keyword. You can
add multiple keywords by adding these items.
MCC Indicating the name of a keyword.
TRUE Indicating whether case sensitive is applied. TRUE
indicates case sensitive; FALSE indicates case insensitive.
255 Indicating the color of a highlighted keyword.
TRUE Indicating whether bold display is applied. TRUE indicates
bold display is applied; FALSE indicates normal display is
applied.

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6.5.5 Displaying Data on a Crossing Chart


A cross chart uses one indicator as X-Axis and the other indictor as Y-Axis. Thus, the two
indicators can compare with each other.
This section takes Bcch Arfcn serving as the X-axis and Rxlev (Idle) serving as the Y-axis as
an example to describes how to generate a crossing chart, as shown in Figure 6-22.

Figure 6-22 Custom Display on Chart

Step 1 Right-click the Bcch Arfcn indicator, choose Custom Display on Chart > X Axis.
Step 2 Right-click the Rxlev (Idle) indicator, choose Custom Display on Chart > Y Axis.
The corresponding crossing chart is displayed, as shown in Figure 6-23.

Figure 6-23 Crossing chart

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6.5.6 Comparing Analysis Data


You can compare the change of the same indicator during two drive test processes by
comparing analysis data (supporting GSM data). The specific procedure is as follows:
Step 1 Right-click an indicator and select Compare with Local A, as shown in Figure 6-24.

Figure 6-24 Menu of comparing analysis data

Step 2 Right-click the indicator to be compared with the one described in step 1 and select Compare
with Local B, as shown in Figure 6-25.

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Figure 6-25 Menu of comparing analysis data

Step 3 In the displayed Select Binning Type dialog box, set the binding parameters, as shown in
Figure 6-26.
Step 4 Click OK after setting the binding parameters. The comparing results are displayed in a table.

Figure 6-26 Select Binning Type dialog box

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Table 6-8 describes the function of each binding parameter.

Table 6-8 Parameters in the Select Binning Type dialog box


Parameter Function

Binning Type list box Binding type, which supports only network binding at
present, that is, geographically, the test data in a raster
is regarded as obtained from the same test site.
Binning Param Height(m) and Setting the length and width of grids. (unit: m)
Width(m) editing boxes
Value Fetch list box Displaying the average value, maximum value, and
minimum value in grids.
Disperse Data check box Setting whether dispersing data is required.

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6.5.7 Locking Analysis Data


The data lock function enables you to reduce the range of the data to be analyzed so that you
can analyze data, such as a caky chart, a histogram, or a data report based on a specified
geographical or time range.
z When data is displayed on a map or a table, you can select the data to be locked and click
to lock the data; thus the rest data is not displayed, as shown in Figure 6-27.

z You can click on the tool bar to unlock the data.

Figure 6-27 Data locking function

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6.5.8 Multi-Window Synchronization


If you select the drive test data from one window, the same data in other windows is also be
chosen, as shown in Figure 6-28.

Figure 6-28 Multi-window synchronization

Table 6-9 lists the display modes and synchronization methods supported by multi-window
synchronization.

Table 6-9 Window cooperation

Window Mode Synchronization Method

Map mode Select a dot on a map.


Table mode Select a row of data in a table.
Graph mode Hold Shift and move the pointer.

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6.6 Exporting Analysis Data


6.6.1 Overview
Analysis data can be exported to a report or graph. The analysis data is exported from any of
the following channels:
z Exporting data through Word Collector
z From a map
z Exporting data From a sheet
z Exporting data from a graph
z Exporting data from an .xls report
z From a drive test

6.6.2 Exporting Data Through Word Collector


The Word Collector imports different types of data into a .doc file.
To export data through Word Collector, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Create a .doc file.
Step 2 Click the Word Collector tab in the navigation area.

Step 3 Click on the tool bar and select a created .doc file in the displayed dialog box.
Step 4 Add or delete the data based on the functions described in Table 6-10.

Table 6-10 Functions provided by Word Collector


Button or Option Function

Adding the contents in the clipboard to a .doc file

Inserting specified pictures to a .doc file

Adding specified files as objects to a .doc file

Adding the contents displayed in a map window as pictures to


in a map window
a .doc file
Adding the selected data from a sheet to a .doc file
in a sheet window
Shortcut menu in graph Adding statistical graphs as pictures to a .doc file through the
mode selection of Collected to Word
Deleting all the added data

Step 5 Click on the tool bar.


The .doc file is closed and the contents listed in the Word Collector tab page are added to the
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6.6.3 Exporting Data from a Map


To compare the data from a map with other indicators or to facilitate check next time, you can
export the data.
To export the data from a map, perform the following steps:

Step 1 Click or on the tool bar in a map window.

Click to export the background information about a map. Click to export the corresponding
information about layers.

Step 2 In the displayed dialog box, select the format of the picture to be saved and set the path for
saving the file and the file name. Then click Save.
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6.6.4 Exporting Data From a Sheet


To export the data from a sheet, perform the following steps:

Step 1 Select the data to be saved in a sheet window and click on the tool bar.
Step 2 In the displayed dialog box, set the path for saving the file and the file name.
Step 3 Click Save.
In the displayed Save Cell dialog box:
z If you click Yes, the selected row of data in the window is saved.
z If you click No, all the data is saved.
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6.6.5 Exporting Data from a Graph


To export the data from a graph, perform the following steps:

Step 1 Click on the tool bar in a chart window (common chart, caky chart, histogram, or
custom chart).
Step 2 In the displayed dialog box, select the format of the picture to be saved and set the path for
saving the file and the file name. Then click Save.
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6.6.6 Exporting DT Report


The Assistant provides an elaborate .doc DT report based on common UE and scanner
indicators.

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To export a drive test report, perform the following steps:


Step 1 On the Project tab page in the navigation area, select a dataset.
Step 2 Right-click the dataset and choose Analyse Report > WCDMA Drive Test Report.
The Reporting Setting dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 6-29.

Figure 6-29 Reporting Setting dialog box

Table 6-11 describes the parameters in the Reporting Setting dialog box.

Table 6-11 Parameters in the Reporting Setting dialog box


Parameter Function

UE Name Selecting a test UE


SCANNER Name Selecting a scanner
Cluster Name Entering the name or ID of a test cluster
Customer Name Entering a customer name
Data Setting Two options are available:
z All Data: analyze all the data
z Lock Data: analyze the locked data

Step 3 After the parameter configuration is complete, click OK.


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6.7 Viewing the Test Plan


You can view the test plan of the analysis data and the test plan of the device.

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6.7.1 Viewing the Test Plan of the Analysis Data


To view the test plan of the analysis data, perform the following steps:
Step 1 On the Project tab page in the navigation area, select a dataset.
Step 2 Right-click the dataset. From the displayed shortcut menu, choose Test Plan Info. Then, you
can view the test plan of the analysis data, including the name of the analysis data file, used
device model, test time, and test items.
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6.7.2 Viewing the Test Plan of the Device


To view the test plan of the device, perform the following steps:
Step 1 On the Project tab page in the navigation area, select a dataset and expand the nodes of the
dataset.
Step 2 Right-click a node. From the displayed shortcut menu, choose Test Plan Info. Then, you can
view the test plan of the device, including the name, model, test time, and test items of the
device.

If the device is not configured with a test plan, the system displays the message ''The Device doesn't
have any test play''.

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About This Chapter

The following table lists the contents of this chapter.

Section Describes

7.1 UE Indicators UE indicators, including UE pilot frequency, active set, monitor


set, detected set, power control, BLER, throughput, L3 message,
phone event, HSDPA, HSUPA, and KPI.
7.2 Scanner Indicators Scanner indicators of the GSM and WCDMA.
7.3 RNC Indicators RNC indicators, including uplink and downlink BLER, BER, and
SIR, which are used to describe network status.

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7.1 UE Indicators
7.1.1 Overview
The UE indicators include UE pilot frequency, IMSI of UE, active set, monitor set, detected
set, power control, BLER, throughput, L3 message, phone event, GSM, GPRS, HSDPA,
HSUPA, and KPI, as listed in Figure 7-1.

For details about how to check each indicator, see section 6.5 "Displaying Analysis Data."

Figure 7-1 UE Indicator

7.1.2 Network Basic Status


IMSI
This node directly provides the International Mobile Station Identification Code (IMSI) of a
UE, but the IMSI indicators cannot be displayed in the figure and table windows.

UE Pilot Summary
This node displays UE active set, monitor set, detected cell scramble, and Ec/Io, as shown in
Figure 7-2.

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Figure 7-2 UE Pilot Summary

Active Set
Table 7-1 describes the indicators of Active Set.

Table 7-1 Description of the Active Set indicators


Indicator Description

Ec/Io For SC in Active Set Categorizes the collected Ec/Io values of the active set
by PN during a drive test, and provides all the Ec/Io
values of a certain PN in the active set.
Ec/Io Max For SC in Active Set Based on Ec/Io For SC in Active Set, filters the
information about the drive test point with the best
Ec/Io in the current cell in the active set.
RSCP For SC in Active Set Categorizes the collected RSCP values of the active set
by cell during the drive test, and provides all the RSCP
values of a cell in the active set.
RSCP Max For SC in Active Set Based on RSCP For SC in Active Set, filters the
information about the drive test point with the best
RSCP in the current cell in the active set.
Soft Handover Categorizes the information about drive test points in
soft handover state by cell.
Nth Best Ec/Io For Nth Best Categorizes the Ec/Io values based on the Nth signal
in Active Set strength at the same test point in an active set.
RSCP For Nth Best Categorizes the RSCP values based on the Nth signal
in Active Set strength at the same test point in an active set.
SC For Nth Best in Categorizes the SC values based on the Nth signal
Active Set strength at the same test point in an active set.
SC Count in Active Set Provides the number of SC of the current frequency in
the active set at each drive test point.

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Indicator Description

Primary SC Provides the primary SC of the active set at each drive


test point.
SC In EDCH Active Set SC in an EDCH active set, which has RRC connection
with a UE and provides uplink EDCH services. If the
information about the EDCH cell is not available, this
indicator is not displayed.

If geographic binning is set, the data obtained from RSCP or Ec/Io geographic binning is displayed on a
map.

Monitor Set
For the description of the indicators of Monitor Set, see Table 7-1. The difference is that the
corresponding parameters are in the data packet of a monitor set.

Detected Set
For the description of the indicators of Detected Set, see Table 7-1. The difference is that the
corresponding parameters are in the data packet of a detected set.

Power Control
Table 7-2 describes the indicators of Power Control.

Table 7-2 Description of the Power Control indicators


Indicator Description

Tx Power UE transmit power: provides all the transmit power


information collected by the test UE during a drive test.
Rx Power UE receive power: provides all the receive power
information collected by the test UE during a drive test.
Signal to Interference Ratio Signal to interference ratio: provides all the SIRs of the test
(SIR) UE during a drive test.

If the geographic binning is set, this node provides the data after binning.

BLER
This node displays the BLER indicators of a transport channel. There are three sub-nodes
under BLER, that is, Circuit Service (CS), Packet Service (PS), and SingalChannel. You
can know which service a channel implements through the type of a sub-node.
The calculation formula of BLER is: BLER = CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check) Error/CRC
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Where:
z CRC Record represents the number of CRCs received by the UE in Window Size.
z CRC Error represents the number of CRC errors detected by the UE in Window Size.
Window Size represents the number of frames. It is calculated by the Probe based on the data
reported by the UE.
Each indicator corresponds to a transport channel ID. If a data packet reports the information
about multiple channels at a time, the channels are differentiated by their IDs.

Throughput
This node provides the transmission indicators of UEs at the radio link control (RLC) layer
and application layer.
Table 7-3 describes the indicators of Throughput.

Table 7-3 Description of the indicators of Throughput


Indicator Description

RB DL Assigned Throughput Radio bearer assigned downlink throughput.


The unit is kbit/s.
RB UL Assigned Throughput Radio bearer assigned uplink throughput. The
unit is kbit/s.
RLC PDU Throughput UL Radio link control protocol data unit uplink
throughput. The unit is kbit/s.
RLC PDU Throughput DL Radio link control protocol data unit downlink
throughput. The unit is kbit/s.
RLC SDU Throughput UL Radio link control service data unit uplink
throughput. The unit is kbit/s.
RLC SDU Throughput DL Radio link control service data unit downlink
throughput. The unit is kbit/s.
App. Throughput UL Uplink throughput at the application layer
App. Throughput DL Downlink throughput at the application layer
RLC PDU Retransmission Rate UL Radio link control protocol data unit
retransmission rate in the uplink. The unit is %.
RLC PDU Errors Rate DL Radio link control protocol data unit error rate
in the downlink. The unit is %.

RRC State
This node provides the instant RRC state of a UE during the drive test.

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Time Analysis
This node provides the delay time of each messages procedure in CS or PS calls during a
drive test. It displays the analysis results in time distribution charts, probability distribution
charts, and cumulative distribution charts.
The Choose Msg dialog box is displayed after you double-click this node. As shown in Figure
7-3.

Figure 7-3 Choose Msg dialog box

Table 7-4 describes the parameters in the Choose Msg dialog box.

Table 7-4 Parameters description in the Choose Msg dialog box


Parameter Description

CS/PS Sets service types for time analyze: CS (Circuit Service) and PS (Packet
Service).
Config Sets the message name for time analyze:
z Beginning Msg: The beginning message name.
z End Msg: The end message name.
Report Type Sets report types.
z TDF (Time Distribution Function): Display time distribution chart.
z PDF (Probability Distribution Function): Display probability distribution
chart.
z CDF (Cumulative Distribution Function): Display cumulative distribution
chart.

Interval Sets the time delay between two messages. The unit is millisecond and the
following options are available: 10, 30, 50, 100, 150, and 200.

z TDF report type: The value of Interval is not required.


z PDF and CDF report type: The value of Interval is required.

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7.1.3 MOS
The mean opinion score (MOS) is a node set for parsing voice evaluation package.
Table 7-5 describes the MOS indicators.

Table 7-5 Description of the MOS indicators

Indicator Description

PESQ_LQ PESQ_LQ is an extension of the PESQ_SCORE and uses a scale from 1


to 4.5. The PESQ_LQ is closer to the real and subjective MOS, which
uses a scale from 1 to 5.
PESQ_SCORE PESQ_SCORE, which uses a scale from -0.5 to 4.5, is the earliest ITU
objective MOS. The PESQ_LQ is different from the subjective MOS,
which uses a scale from 1 to 5. The protocol standard is ITU-T P.862.
PESQ P.862.1 PESQ P.862.1 is the latest MOS standard endorsed by the ITU. The
PESQ P.862.1 maps the PESQ_SCORE to the MOS and uses a scale
from 1 to 4.5.
PESQ_Ie PESQ_Ie is the impairment factor, Ie, which is an input to ITU-T G.107
E_model. The PESQ_Ie score uses a scale from 0 to 140, and is
calculated from the PESQ score.

7.1.4 GSM
The indicators of GSM represent the signal collection and analysis results of the GSM. They
are classified by different frequencies, that is, GSM 900, DCS 1800, PSC 1900, and GSM 850.
The indicators of four frequencies have the same meanings, as described in Table 7-6.

Table 7-6 Description of GSM indicators

Indicator I Indicator II Indicator Description Remarks


III

All Bands Serving CellID - Serving cell id There is only one


serving cell at a
time in the GSM
system.
Bcch Arfcn - Frequency number -
of BCCH
BSIC - Base station identity -
code
BCCH along - The data can be -
with BSIC displayed in sheet or
map format.

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III

RxLev RxLev(Ful Indicates the -


l) received signal level
(full value) in the
service state.
RxLev(Su Indicates the -
b) received signal level
(sub value) in the
service state.
RxLev(Idl Indicates the Applicable to idle
e+Full) received signal level and service states.
(full value) in the Used for criterions
idle and service for filtering.
states.
RxLev(Idl Indicates the
e+Sub) received signal level
(sub value) in the
idle and service
states
RxQual RxQual(F Indicates the -
ull) received signal
quality (full value)
in the service state.
RxQual(S Indicates the -
ub) received signal
quality (sub value)
in the service state.
BER BER Full Indicates the Bit -
(%) Error Rate (full
value) in the service
state.
BER Sub Indicates the Bit -
(%) Error Rate (sub
value) in the service
state.
FER FER Full Indicates the Frame Applicable to only
(%) Erasure Rate (full voice
value) in the service
state.
FER Sub Indicates the Frame
(%) Erasure Rate (sub
value) in the service
state.
Power Control - Power control level -
Level(CS) in CS domain

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III

Tx - Transmission power -
Power(dBm)(CS in CS domain
)
TA - Time advance This indicator is
used for
compensating the
time delay in radio
propagation. It
represents the
distance from a base
station.
RLT - Radio link timeout -
C/A - Ratio of carrier to -
adjacent-channel
interference
C/I C/I Worst Indicates the worst -
C/I, the ARFCN
with the worst C/I,
and the received
signal strength of the
ARFCN with the
worst C/I.
C/I Best Indicates the best -
C/I, the ARFCN
with the best C/I,
and the received
signal strength of the
ARFCN with the
best C/I.
C/I Arfcn Indicates the -
ARFCN with the C/I
of serving cell.
C/I Indicates the average -
Average C/I.
C/I on Indicates the value
BCCH of the C/I on the
BCCH.
850 M - - Indicates the For details about
frequency band of a each indicator, refer
900 M serving cell to the description of
distributed to each All Bands.
1800 M
node. The indicator
1900 M is the same as All
Bands.

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III

Analysis Coverage(Full) - Indicates the Condition:


coverage (full The received signal
value). level is less than or
equals -90 dBm and
Coverage(Sub) - Indicates the RxQual is greater
coverage (sub than 5.
value).
RxLev - RxLev Drop in full z Condition:
Drop(Full) state M(i-2).dl +
M(i-1).dl –
M(i).dl –
RxLev - RxLev Drop in sub M(i+1).dl > 20 *
Drop(Sub) state 2. i refers to the
present ARFCN.
M(i) refers to the
measure result. dl
refers to RxLev.
z RxLev Drop: The
RxLev value of
the previous two
ARFCNs is
greater by 20 than
the average value
of the later two
ARFCNs.
z Drop refers to
drastic drop.
RxQual - RxQual Drop in full z Condition:
Drop(Full) state z M(i-2).dl +
RxQual - RxQual Drop in sub M(i+1).dq +
Drop(Sub) state M(i).dq –
M(i-1).dq –
M(i-2).dq > 5 * 2.
i refers to the
present ARFCN.
M(i) refers to the
measure result. dq
refers to RxQual.
z RxQual Drop:
The RxQual Drop
value of the later
two ARFCNs is
greater by 5 than
that of the
previous two
ARFCNs.
z Drop refers to
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III

Island(Full) - Island in full state Condition:


Island(Sub) - Island in sub state TA is greater than
or equals 2 and
RxLev is greater
than -80 dBm.
Nth Best in 1th~6th Best in BCCH Broadcast control -
Neighbor Neighbor Cells channel
Cells
BSIC Base station identity -
code
RxLev Received Signal -
Level
Event GSMCallDroppe - GSM call drop -
Statistic d event, includes the
following indicators:
Time, Longitude,
Latitude, BCCH,
Site name, Cell
name, CI, BSIC, UE
signal strength
indicator, PESQ
indicator, TA, and
message
GSMHandoverS - GSM handover For details about the
uc success event indicators of the
GSM handover
success event, see
"GSMCallDropped"
in the table.
Frequent - Frequent handover z 5 handovers
Handover event, includes the within 10s
following indicators: z Times of
Handover ID, Time, handovers within
Longitude, Latitude, a certain period of
Cell ID before, Cell time, and the
ID after, BCCH duration of the
before, BCCH after, period of time
TA before, TA after. supported by the
Assistant.

7.1.5 GPRS
Table 7-7 describes the indicators in GPRS mode.

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Table 7-7 Indicators in GPRS mode

Indicator I Indicator II Description Remarks

Gprs Data LLC Throughput UL Provides the UL If the two


Throughput(kbit/s) throughput at the LLC indicators are not
layer available, you can
infer that the data
LLC Throughput DL Provides the DL packet does not
throughput at the LLC contain
layer LLC-layer data.
RLC Throughput UL Provides the UL -
throughput at the RLC
layer
RLC Throughput DL Provides the DL -
throughput at the RLC
layer
SNDCP Throughput Provides the UL If the two
UL throughput at the SNDCP indicators are not
layer available, you can
infer that the data
SNDCP Throughput Provides the DL packet does not
DL throughput at the SNDCP contain SNDCP
layer data.
Data Timeslots UL 1st/2nd TS Provides the used Each of the KPIs
channel types, coding displays the
DL 1st/2nd/3rd/4th modes, and other KPIs as channel type or
TS per timeslot number. coding mode of a
timeslot.
Number of Used UL/DL Displays number of -
Timeslots uplink/downlink used
timeslots.
Coding Scheme CS(UL)/CS(DL) Displays -
uplink/downlink coding
scheme on the CS mode.
MSC(UL)/MSC(DL) Displays -
uplink/downlink coding
scheme in MSC mode.
Power Control - Displays power control -
Level(PS) level in PS domain.
Tx - Displays transmission -
Power(dBm)(PS) power in PS domain.

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GPRS PDP - Packet data protocol -


Context context, includes
Longitude, Latitude,
DateTime, Active
Contexts, NSAPI, LLC
SAPI, Delay Class,
Reliability Class, Peak
Throughput, Mean
Throughput, Radio
Priority, Access Point
Name, and PDP Address.
GPRS Status - Includes Longitude, -
Latitude, DateTime,
PBCCH TS, GMM State,
GRR State, TLLI, TFI
UL/DL, NC, NMO, and
Uplink coding mode.
LLC - Collects the statistics of The indicators
Retransmission LLC uplink can be displayed
Rate UL retransmission rate. as map, sheet,
chart, histogram,
and caky.
RLC - Collects the statistics of The indicators
Retransmission RLC uplink can be displayed
Rate UL retransmission rate. as map, sheet,
chart, histogram,
and caky.
RLC BLER(DL) - Collects the statistics of -
block error rate of RLC.
PDP Activation - Indicates the required -
Time time for PDP activation.
Ping Delay - Provides the loop time of -
each Ping test.
Attach Time - Provides the attach time. -
The GPRS attach is
originated by the MS.
FTP - Includes Begin -
DateTime, End
DateTime, FTP Server
URL, Load Time (ms),
File Size (KB),
Transmitted Size (KB),
Avg Rate (kbit/s), Max
Rate (kbit/s), FTP Type,
and FTP Result.

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Edge Mean Bep - Collecting the statistics The indicators


of Mean Bep parameters can be displayed
according to drive test as map, sheet,
files. chart, histogram,
and caky.
Edge Cv Bep - Collecting the statistics
of Cv Bep parameters
according to drive test
files.

7.1.6 L3 Message
The L3 message is classified according to transmission channels. Table 7-8Table 7-8
describes the indicators of L3 Message.

Table 7-8 Description of L3 Message indicators


Indicator Description

GSM RR UL_CCCH Uplink common control channel

UL_RACH Uplink random access channel


UL_SACCH Uplink slow associated control channel
DL_DCCH Downlink dedicated control channel
DL_BCCH Downlink broadcast control channel
DL_CCCH Downlink common control channel
DL_SACCH Downlink slow associated control channel
NAS(Non-Access MM Mobility management
Stratum)
CC Call control
GMM GPRS mobility management
UL_SM Uplink session management
DL_SM Downlink session management

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7.1.7 Phone Event


The Phone Event navigation tree provides all the phone events. It displays the indicators of
the events that occur during a drive test. For the events that do not occur during the drive test,
the indicators are not displayed.
Table 7-9 describes all the defined Phone Event indicators.

Table 7-9 Description of the UE Phone Event indicators


Category Indicator Description

Filtered Phone - Displays filtered events.


Event
Call Event OutgoingCallAttempt Outgoing call attempt
OutgoingCallAlerting Outgoing call alerting
OutgoingCallAnswered Outgoing call answered
OutgoingCallDisconnect Outgoing call disconnect
Paging Type1 Paging type 1
Paging Type2 Paging type 2
IncomingCallAttempt Incoming call attempt
IncomingCallAlerting Incoming call alerting
IncomingCallAnswered Incoming call answered
IncomingCallDisconnect Incoming call disconnect
CMServiceReq CM service request
CMServiceAcpt CM service accept
CMServiceReqRej CM service request reject
CallDropped Call drop
CallCompleted Call complete
CallSetupFail Call setup failure
DataServiceReq Data service request
DataServiceAcpt Data service accept
DataServiceReqRej Data service request reject
DataServiceSetupFail Data service setup failure
DataServiceDropped Data service drop
DataServiceCompleted Data service complete
RRC Event RRCSetupReq RRC connection setup request
RRCSetupSuc RRC connection setup success

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RRCSetupFail RRC connection setup failure


RRCConnectionRel RRC connection release
RB (Radio RBSetupReq RB setup request
Bearer) Event
RBSetupSuc RB setup success
RBSetupFail RB setup failure
RBReconfigSuc RB reconfiguration success
RBReconfigFail RB reconfiguration failure
RBRelease RB release success
RBReleaseFail RB release failure
SHO Event SoftHO Soft handover
SoftHOFail Soft handover failure
SofterHO Softer handover
Soft-SofterHO Soft-softer handover
SofterHO3Cell Softer handover for three cells
SoftHO3Cell Soft handover for three cells
Event1A Event 1A
Event1B Event 1B
Event1C Event 1C
Event1D Event 1D
Event1E Event 1E
Event1F Event 1F
Event1J Event 1J
HHO (Hard Event2A Event 2A
Handoff) Event
Event2B Event 2B
Event2C Event 2C
Event2D Event 2D
Event2E Event 2E
Event2F Event 2F
IntraFreqHHOSuc Intra-frequency hard handover success
IntraFreqHHOFail Intra-frequency hard handover failure
InterFreqHHOSuc Inter-frequency hard handover success

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Category Indicator Description

InterFreqHHOFail Inter-frequency hard handover failure


HSDPA Event H2HInterFreqCellChangeSuc HSDPA to HSDPA inter-frequency cell change success
H2HInterFreqCellChangeFail HSDPA to HSDPA inter-frequency cell change failure
H2HIntraFreqCellChangeSuc HSDPA to HSDPA intra-frequency cell change success
H2HIntraFreqCellChangeFail HSDPA to HSDPA intra-frequency cell change failure
H2GHHOSuc HSDPA to 2G hard handover success
H2GHHOFail HSDPA to 2G hard handover failure
H2R99InterFreqHHOSuc HSDPA to R99 inter-frequency hard handover success
H2R99InterFreqHHOFail HSDPA to R99 inter-frequency hard handover failure
R992HInterFreqHHOSuc R99 to HSDPA inter-frequency hard handover success
R992HInterFreqHHOFail R99 to HSDPA inter-frequency hard handover failure
H2R99IntraFreqHHOSuc HSDPA to R99 intra-frequency hard handover success
H2R99IntraFreqHHOFail HSDPA to R99 intra-frequency hard handover failure
H2R99IntraFreqSHOSuc HSDPA to R99 intra-frequency soft handover success
H2R99IntraFreqSHOFail HSDPA to R99 intra-frequency soft handover failure
R992HIntraFreqHHOSuc R99 to HSDPA intra-frequency hard handover success
R992HIntraFreqHHOFail R99 to HSDPA intra-frequency hard handover failure
R992HIntraFreqSHOSuc R99 to HSDPA intra-frequency soft handover success
R992HIntraFreqSHOFail R99 to HSDPA intra-frequency soft handover failure
HSUPA Event CellChangeUtoUBySHOAttemp HSUPA to HSUPA cell update request triggered by
t hard handover
CellChangeUtoUByIntraHHOA HSUPA to HSUPA cell update request triggered by
ttempt intra-frequency hard handover
CellChangeUtoUByInterHHOA HSUPA to HSUPA cell update request triggered by
ttempt inter-frequency hard handover
CellChangeUtoUBySHOSuc HSUPA to HSUPA cell update success triggered by
soft handover
CellChangeUtoUByIntraHHOS HSUPA to HSUPA cell update success triggered by
uc intra-frequency hard handover
CellChangeUtoUByInterHHOS HSUPA to HSUPA cell update success triggered by
uc inter-frequency hard handover
CellChangeUtoUBySHOFail HSUPA to HSUPA cell update failure triggered by soft
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CellChangeUtoUByIntraHHOF HSUPA to HSUPA cell update failure triggered by


ail intra-frequency hard handover
CellChangeUtoUByInterHHOF HSUPA to HSUPA cell update failure triggered by
ail inter-frequency hard handover
PSConnectionHOUtoGPRSAtte HSUPA to GPRS handover request in the PS domain
mpt
PSConnectionHOUtoGPRSSuc HSUPA to GPRS handover success in the PS domain
PSConnectionHOUtoGPRSFail HSUPA to GPRS handover failure in the PS domain
PSConnectionHOGPRStoUSuc GPRS to HSUPA intra-system handover success in the
PS domain
PSConnectionHOGPRStoUFail GPRS to HSUPA inter-system handover failure in the
PS domain
ChannelChangeInterCellIntraFr HSUPA to R99 inter-cell intra-frequency channel
eEtoDAttempt update request
ChannelChangeInterCellIntraFr HSUPA to R99 inter-cell intra-frequency channel
eEtoDSuc update success
ChannelChangeInterCellIntraFr HSUPA to R99 inter-cell intra-frequency channel
eEtoDFail update failure
ChannelChangeInterCellInterFr HSUPA to R99 inter-cell inter-frequency channel
eEtoDAttempt update request
ChannelChangeInterCellInterFr HSUPA to R99 inter-cell inter-frequency channel
eEtoDSuc update success
ChannelChangeInterCellInterFr HSUPA to R99 inter-cell inter-frequency channel
eEtoDFail update failure
ChannelChangeEtoFAttempt EDCH to FACH channel change request
ChannelChangeEtoFSuc EDCH to FACH channel change success
ChannelChangeEtoFFail EDCH to FACH channel change failure
ChannelChangeFtoEAttempt FACH to EDCH channel change request
ChannelChangeFtoESuc FACH to EDCH channel change success
ChannelChangeFtoEFail FACH to EDCH channel change failure
MM Event LAUpdateReq Location update request
LAUpdateSuc Location update success
LAUpdateFail Location update failure
GMM Event AttachSuc Attach success
AttachFail Attach failure

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Category Indicator Description

PDPActivationReq PDP activation request


PDPActivationSuc PDP activation success
PDPActivationFail PDP activation failure
PDPDeActivation PDP deactivation
RAUpdateReq Route area update request
RAUpdateSuc Route area update success
RAUpdateFail Route area update failure
InterRat Event CSConnectionHO3Gto2GAttem 3G to 2G handover attempt in the CS domain
pt
CSConnectionHO3Gto2GSuc 3G to 2G handover success in the CS domain
CSConnectionHO3Gto2GFail 3G to 2G handover failure in the CS domain
CSConnectionHO2Gto3Gattem 2G to 3G handover attempt in the CS domain
pt
CSConnectionHO2Gto3GSuc 2G to 3G handover success in the CS domain
CSConnectionHO2Gto3GFail 2G to 3G handover failure in the CS domain
PSConnectionHO3Gto2GAttem 3G to 2G handover attempt in the PS domain
pt
PSConnectionHO3Gto2GSuc 3G to 2G handover success in the PS domain
PSConnectionHO3Gto2GFail 3G to 2G handover failure in the PS domain
PSConnectionHO2Gto3GAttem 2G to 3G handover attempt in the PS domain
pt
PSConnectionHO2Gto3GSuc 2G to 3G handover success in the PS domain
PSConnectionHO2Gto3GFail 2G to 3G handover failure in the PS domain
3Gto2GCellReselection 3G to 2G cell reselection
2Gto3GCellReselection 2G to 3G cell reselection
Event3A Event 3A
Event3B Event 3B
Event3C Event 3C
Event3D Event 3D
SMS (Short SMSMOAttempt SMS MO attempt
Message Service)
Event SMSMOAttComplete SMS MO attempt complete
SMSMOSuc SMS MO send success

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Category Indicator Description

SMSMOFail SMS MO send failure


SMSMTAttempt SMS MT attempt
SMSMTAttComplete SMS MT attempt complete
SMSMTSuc SMS MT receive success
SMSMTFail SMS MT receive failure
Other Event Detach Detach
CellReselectionConnectedMode Connected mode of cell reselection
AuthenticationReq Authentication request
AuthenticationSuc Authentication success
AuthenticationFail Authentication failure
SecurityModeReq Security mode request
SecurityModeSuc Security mode success
SecurityModeFail Security mode failure
AuthenCipherReq Authentication cipher request
AuthenCipherSuc Authentication cipher success
AuthenCipherFail Authentication cipher failure
PhysicalChannelReconfigSuc Physical channel reconfiguration success
PhysicalChannelReconfigFail Physical channel reconfiguration failure
TransportChannelReconfigSuc Transport channel reconfiguration success
TransportChannelReconfigFail Transport channel reconfiguration failure
LinkRestoreAttempt Link restore attempt
LinkRestoreSuc Link restore success
LinkRestoreFail Link restore failure
GSMLocationUpdateSuc GSM location update success
GSMLocationUpdateFail GSM location update failure
GSM Event GSMCallAttempt GSM call attempt
GSMCallAttemptFail GSM call attempt failure
GSMAssignmentSuc GSM assignment success
GSMAssignmentFail GSM assignment failure
GSMLateAssignmentSuc GSM late assignment success
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Category Indicator Description

GSMCallAnswered GSM call answered


GSMCallComplete GSM call complete
GSMCallDropped GSM call drop
GSMDisconnect GSM call disconnect
GSMCallBlocked GSM call blocked
GSMAccessAttempt GSM access attempt
GSMAccessFailure GSM access failure
GSMCallSetup GSM call setup
GSMNoServiceAttempt GSM call attempt in the case of no service
GSMHandoverSuc Intra-GSM inter-cell handover success attempt
GSMHandoverFail Intra-GSM inter-cell handover failure attempt
GSMHandoverIntracellSuc GSM intra-cell handover success attempt
GSMHandoverIntracellFail GSM intra-cell handover failure attempt
GSMSDCCHCallDrop GSM SDCCH call setup attempt failure
GSMSDCCHAssigned GSM SDCCH channel assignment
System GPS Connected GPS device connected attempt
GPS Disconnected GPS device disconnected
UE Connected UE connected
UE Disconnected UE disconnected
Scanner Connected Scanner connected
Scanner Disconnected Scanner disconnected
Ping Success Ping success
Ping Timeout Ping timeout
RAS Dial Dial up connection
RAS Error Dial up error
RAS Hangup Dial up disconnected
Test Stop Test stopped
RAS Dial Attempt RAS dial attempted
Session Start Session started
Session End Session ended. That is, the data is sent or received.
Session Drop Session dropped.

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7.1.8 Statistic As Site

The indicators are generated only when the UE device exists and the project parameter table is imported.

Table 7-10 describes the Statistic As Site indicators.

Table 7-10 Description of the Statistic As Site indicators


Indicator Description

Summary This node consists of the following indicators: Avg Ec/Io, Avg
RSCP, Dropped Calls, Failed Setups, Completed Calls, and SHOs.
SHO This node consists of the following indicators: Avg Ec/Io, Avg
RSCP, AUS OK, AUS NOK, Dropped Calls, Failed Setups, and
Completed Calls.
Call Setup This node consists of the following indicators: Avg Ec/Io, Avg
RSCP, MOC OK, MOC NOK, MTC OK, and MTC NOK.
Call Dropped This node consists of the following indicators: Time, 5S Avg Ec/Io
Before Drop, 5S Avg RSCP Before Drop, 5S Avg Ue TxPow
Before Drop, and Avg SIR.
Call Setup Failure This node consists of the following indicators: Time, 5S Avg Ec/Io
Before Setup Failure, 5S Avg RSCP Before Setup Failure, 5S Avg
Ue TxPow Before Setup Failure, and Avg SIR.
Throughput This node provides the variation curve of the cell throughput
depending on the distance between the UE and the site.

7.1.9 HSDPA
The High-Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA), which is a part of 3GPP R5, can greatly
increase the downlink rate of a WCDMA system.

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Table 7-11 and Table 7-12 describe the HSDPA indicators.

Table 7-11 Description of the HSDPA indicators


Indicator Description

Serving Cell SC Provides the scrambling code of the serving cell of the HADPA.

Serving Cell Ec/Io Provides the Ec/Io value of the serving cell of the HSDPA.

Serving Cell RSCP Provides the receive signal code power of the serving cell of the
HSDPA
Scheduled Rate Provides the transient rate of scheduling at the MAC layer in the
(Delta) unit of kbit/s.
Served Rate (Delta) Provides the transient rate of transmission (including failed
transmission and retransmission) at the MAC layer in the unit of
kbit/s.
MAC Layer Rate Provides the transient rate of transmission (excluding failed
(Delta) transmission and retransmission) at the MAC layer in the unit of
kbit/s.
SCCH Success Rate Provides the transient usage of the HS-SCCH channel in the unit of
(Delta) percent.
DSCH SBLER Provides the transient BLER at the MAC layer in the unit of
(Delta) percent.
HS-DPCCH Provides the average value of all the channel quality indicators
(Dedicated Physical (CQIs) of HS-DSCH in 200 ms. The value range is 0 to 30.
Control Channel)
CQI (Channel
Quality Indicator)
HS-DSCH Retrans Provides the HS-DSCH retransmission rate.
Rate (Delta)
HS-PDSCH Codes Provides the average value of all the UE-used codes in 200 ms.
The value range is 1 to 15.
HS-DSCH Decoding Provides the statistics on HS-DSCH decoding, as described in
Statistics Table 7-12.

Table 7-12 Description of the HS-DSCH Decoding Statistics indicators


Indicator Description

QPSK (Quadrature Number of frames modulated in QPSK mode


Phase Shift Keying)
16QAM Number of frames modulated in 16QAM mode
SB Fail Number of TB transmission failures at the MAC layer

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SB Suc Number of TB transmission successes at the MAC layer


Dup. SB Suc Number of retransmissions of the same TB, that is, the number of
negative acknowledgement (NACK) messages to which the NodeB
translates from the ACK messages provided by the UE upon
successful decoding
ACK>NACK/DTX Retransmission ratio of correct frames in the unit of percent
(Discontinuous
Transmission)
SBLER BLER at the MAC layer in the unit of percent
1st SBLER BLER ratio of the first frame in the unit of percent
Block Fail Number of failed TB transmissions after retransmissions, that is,
the number of frames transmitted at the RLC layer after failed
retransmissions at the MAC layer
Block Suc Number of TB transmission successes, which equals the value of
SB success
Res. BLER BLER ratio at the RLC layer in the unit of percent
All TBS Statistics Sum of statistics on channel decoding of each TBS
1 Times Number of frames successfully transmitted during the first
transmission
2 Times Number of frames successfully transmitted at the second attempt
after the first attempt failed
3 Times Number of frames successfully transmitted at the third attempt
after the first two attempts failed
4 Times Number of frames successfully transmitted at the fourth attempt
after the first three attempts failed
5 Times Number of frames successfully transmitted at the fifth attempt after
the first four attempts failed
The fifth retransmission is initiated by the RLC layer after the
Hybrid Automatic Repeat Request (HARQ) is set in the device.
≥ 6 Times Number of frames successfully transmitted at the sixth or later
attempt after all the previous attempts failed

In addition, the Assistant provides the statistics on channel decoding according to each TBS.

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7.1.10 HSUPA
The High-Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA), which is a part of 3GPP R6, can greatly
increase the uplink rate of a WCDMA system.
Table 7-13 describes the HSUPA indicators.

Table 7-13 Description of the HSUPA indicators


Indicator Description

MAC-e PDU Scheduled Rate MAC-e PDU scheduling rate


MAC-e PDU Served Rate MAC-e PDU served rate
MAC-e PDU Available Rate MAC-e PDU available rate
Non-DTX Probability Non-DTX probability
SBLER Served block error rate
1st SBLER Served block error rate of the first frame
Mac-e PDU Res. SBLER Reserved served block error rate
Power Limited Rate Power limited rate
SG Limited Rate SG limited rate
Buffer Limited Rate Buffer limited rate
Happy Rate HAPPY rate
Average AG Average AG
Average SG Average SG
E-DCH PSC E-DCH PSC
Combined RG Hold Rate Combined RG Hold rate
Combined RG Up Rate Combined RG Up rate
Combined RG Down Rate Combined RG Down rate
ALL TBS Statistics This indicator is used to monitor and estimate the
actually used TB size and the retransmission on
the basis of TB.

7.1.11 TXT
The name of this indicator is entered when you import a .txt file. For details about how to
import the .txt file, see 6.1.5 "Importing TXT Data."

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The imported .txt files must be in the required format. For details, see the template file
provided by the Assistant: software installation directory\sample\Standard TXT
Template.txt.

For example, you can enter hello, as shown in Figure 7-4.

Figure 7-4 Entering an indicator name

The following TXT indicator is displayed, as shown in Figure 7-5.

Figure 7-5 TXT indicator display

The indicator can be displayed in different methods, such as a map, chart, sheet, and caky. In
addition, the indicator can be responded in a joint manner. For the details about how to check
each indicator, see section "6.5 Displaying Analysis Data."

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7.1.12 GSM KPI


Accessibility
Table 7-14 describes the Accessibility indicators.

Table 7-14 Description of Accessibility indicators


Indicator Description

Call Setup Success Rate Call setup success rate


SDCCH Drop Rate SDCCH drop rate
PDP Activation Success Rate PDP activation success rate
Session Setup Success Rate Session setup success rate

Retainability
Table 7-15 describes the Retainability indicators.

Table 7-15 Description of the Retainability indicators


Indicator Description

Call Dropped Rate Call drop rate


Session Drop Rate Session drop rate

Service Integrality
Table 7-16 describes the Service Integrality indicators.

Table 7-16 Description of the Service Integrality indicators


Indicator Description

FTP Throughput FTP throughput, collects statistics on the timeout rate, average,
maximum, and minimum rates, and other network information during
each FTP service.
Net Throughput Net throughput
HTTP Statistics HTTP service statistics
PDP Statistics PDP service statistics
Ping Statistics Ping service statistics

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Mobility
Table 7-17 describes the Mobility indicators.

Table 7-17 Description of the Mobility indicators


Indicator Description

Handover Success Rate Handover success rate

Delay
Table 7-18 describes the Delay indicators.

Table 7-18 Description of the Delay indicators


Indicator Description

Attach Time Delay Attach time delay


Ping Time Delay Ping time delay
PDP Activate Delay Time PDP activate time delay
Session Setup Delay Session setup delay

7.1.13 WCDMA KPI


Coverage
Table 7-19 describes the Coverage indicators.

Table 7-19 Description of the Coverage indicators


Indicator Description

Kilometer per Drop Call Kilometer per drop call


Coverage Rate Ratio of distance with satisfied signals to total drive test distance
Soft Handover Rate Soft handover ratio
Pilot Pollution Rate Pilot pollution ratio
UE Coverage Statistics UE coverage statistics

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The formulas for the preceding indicators are as follows:


z Kilometer per Drop Call (km/times) = Distance (km)/Number (Dropped)
Prerequisite: ECIO >= -12 dB & TX Power <= 21 dBm & RSCP >= -95 dBm
z Coverage Rate = Coverage Distance / Total Distance * 100%
Prerequisite: CPICH ECIO >= -12 dB & CPICH RSCP >= -95 dBm
z Soft Handover Rate = (A2 + A3)/(A1 + A2 + A3) * 100%, where Ai indicates that there are i cells in
an activated dataset. The letter i can be 1, 2, or 3.
z Pilot Pollution Rate = Pilot Pollution Points/Total Points * 100%
Prerequisite: The number of pilot signals is obtained when the number of active set is more than or equal
to 4. The value of CPICH's RSCP in all the cells must be equal to or are greater than -100 dBm. The
difference between the best value of CPICH's RSCP and other values must be 5 dBm at most.

Accessibility
Table 7-20 describes the Accessibility indicators.

Table 7-20 Description of the Accessibility indicators


Indicator Description

Incoming Call Setup Success Rate (AMR) Incoming call setup success rate of
concurrent services
Incoming Call Setup Success Rate (VP) Incoming call setup success rate of the
video phone (VP) service
Outgoing Call Setup Success Rate (AMR) Outgoing call setup success rate of
concurrent services
Outgoing Call Setup Success Rate (VP) Outgoing call setup success rate of the VP
service
PDP Activation Success Rate PDP activation success rate
RRC Setup Statistics RRC setup statistics
SMS MO SMS transmission success rate SMS MO submit success rate
(Uplink)
SMS MT SMS Receipt success rate SMS MO retrieve success rate
(Downlink)
Session Setup Success Rate Session setup success rate

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The formulas for the preceding indicators are as follows:


z Outgoing Call Setup Success Rate = Number (Alterting) / (Number(CallAttempt) -
Number(Disconnect Normal Reason)) * 100%
z Incoming Call Setup Success Rate =Number(IncomingCallAlerting) /
Number(IncomingCallResponsed) * 100%
z The method for calculating the PDPA Activation Success Rate varies according to the statistic
method set in the properties of the dataset.
If the statistic method is set to PDP request, the calculation formular is:
PDP Activation Success Rate = Number (PDPActivationSuc) / Number (PDPActivationReq) * 100%
If the RRC request, the calculation formula is:
PDP Activation Success Rate = Number (PDPActivationSuc) / Number (RRCConnectionRequest) *
100%
By default, the statistic method is set to PDP request.

Retainability
Table 7-21 describes the Retainability indicators.

Table 7-21 Description of the Retainability indicators


Indicator Description

CS Call Drop Rate (AMR) Call drop ratio of AMR


CS Call Drop Rate (VP) Call drop ratio of VP
CS Call Statistics CS call statistics
LinkRestore Success Rate Link restore success rate
Measurement Analysis after CallEnd Statistics on pilot information after call end or call
or CallDropped drop
Measurement Analysis before Statistics on pilot information during a period
CallEnd or CallDroppd before call end or call drop
Measurement Analysis before Statistics on pilot information before RRC
RRCConnection Req connection setup request
PS Service Drop Rate Call drop ratio of PS
The Statistics Status After Link Service statistics after link restoration
Restore

Service integrity
Table 7-22 describes the Service integrity indicators.

Table 7-22 Description of the Service integrity indicators

Indicator Description

BLER during SHO Analysis BLER statistics of each soft handover

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Indicator Description

BLER per Call Analysis BLER statistics of each call


Downlink Bler Epinasty (VP) Downlink BLER epinasty (VP)
Downlink Bler Epinasty (Voice) Downlink BlER epinasty (Voice)
FTP Throughput Timeout ratio, average throughput, maximum
throughput, minimum throughput, and other network
information during each FTP service
HSDPA DL Avg AppThroughput HSDPA average application throughput in the
downlink
HSDPA UL Avg AppThroughput HSDPA average application throughput in the uplink
HSUPA Avg AppThroughput HSUPA average application throughput
HTTP Statistics Statistics of the HTTP service
Net Throughput Net throughput
Overall BLER Analysis BLER statistics during the entire drive test
PDP Statistics Statistics of the PDP service
PS Integration Statistics PS integration statistics, such as allType, Setuptime,
AppThroughput, (WCDMA) RLC Throughput, and
(WCDMA) Rx Power
Ping Statistics Statistics of the Ping service
R99 DL Avg AppThroughput R99 downlink average application throughput
R99 UL Avg Throughput R99 uplink average application throughput
Joint Cut-off Call Ratio Call drop ratio of concurrent services
FTP RLC PDU Throughput FTP radio link control protocol data unit throughput

Mobility
Table 7-23 describes the Mobility indicators.

Table 7-23 Description of the Mobility indicators


Type Indicator Description

R99 R99 InterFreq HHO Success Rate R99 inter-frequency hard handover
success rate
R99 IntraFreq HHO Success Rate R99 intra-frequency hard handover
success rate
R99 SHO Success Rate R99 soft handover success rate

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Type Indicator Description

Soft HO Performance Analyze R99 soft handover performance


analysis
Inter-RAT PS GSM to R99 HHO Success Rate PS GSM to R99 hard handover success
rate
Voice R99 to GSM HHO Success Voice R99 to GSM hard handover
Rate success rate
Voice GSM to R99 HHO Success Voice GSM to R99 hard handover
Rate success rate
PS R99 to GSM HHO Success Rate PS R99 to GSM hard handover success
rate
HSDPA H to G HHO Success Rate HSDPA to 2G hard handover success
rate
H to H InterFreqCellChange HSDPA to HSDPA inter-frequency
Success Rate cell change success rate
H to H IntraFreqCellChange HSDPA to HSDPA intra-frequency
Success Rate cell change success rate
H to R99 InterFreqHHO Success HSDPA to R99 inter-frequency hard
Rate handover success rate
H to R99 IntraFreqHHO Success HSDPA to R99 intra-frequency hard
Rate handover success rate
H to R99 IntraFreqSHO Success HSDPA to R99 intra-frequency soft
Rate handover success rate
R99 to H InterFreqHHO Success R99 to HSDPA inter-frequency hard
Rate handover success rate
R99 to H IntraFreqHHO Success R99 to HSDPA intra-frequency hard
Rate handover success rate
R99 to H IntraFreqSHO Success R99 to HSDPA intra-frequency soft
Rate handover success rate

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HSUPA Channel change DCH To EDCH Dedicated Channel (DCH) to EDCH


Success Rate channel change success rate
HSUPA to GPRS InterRAT HO HSUPA to GPRS intra-system
Success Rate handover success rate
InterCell Channel Change EDCH Inter-frequency EDCH to DCH
To DCH Success Rate reconfiguration success rate
InterFreq EDCHServing Cell Inter-frequency EDCH serving cell
Change HHO Success Rate hard handover success rate
IntraCell Channel Change EDCH Intra-frequency EDCH to DCH
To DCH Success Rate reconfiguration success rate
IntraFreq EDCHServing Cell Intra-frequency EDCH serving cell
Change HHO Success Rate hard handover success rate
IntraFreq EDCHServing Cell Intra-frequency EDCH serving cell soft
Change SHO Success Rate handover success rate

Delay
Table 7-24 describes the Delay indicators.

Table 7-24 Description of the Delay indicators


Type Indicator Description

Access Delay CS Incoming Call Setup Delay Time (VP CS voice incoming call setup delay time
& AMR)
CS Outgoing Call Setup Delay Time (VP CS voice outgoing call setup delay time
& AMR)
PDP Activate Delay Time PDP activation delay time
PS Service Setup Delay Time PS service setup delay time
Session Setup Delay Session setup delay
R99 Handover Soft Handover Link Addition Time Soft handover link addition delay time
Delay
Soft Handover Link Deletion Time Soft handover link deletion delay time
InterFreq HHO Delay Time Inter-frequency hard handover delay time
IntraFreq HHO Delay Time Intra-frequency hard handover delay time
LinkRestore Delay Time Link restore delay time
PS GSM to R99 HHO Delay Time PS GSM to R99 hard handover delay time
PS R99 to GSM HHO Delay Time PS R99 to GSM hard handover delay time

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Voice GSM to R99 HHO Delay Time Voice GSM to R99 hard handover delay time
Voice R99 to GSM HHO Delay Time Voice R99 to GSM hard handover delay time
HSDPA H to H InterFreq Cell Change Delay Time HSDPA to HSDPA inter-frequency cell change
Handover delay time
Delay
H to H IntraFreq Cell Change Delay Time HSDPA to HSDPA intra-frequency cell change
delay time
H to R99 IntraFreq HHO Delay Time HSDPA to R99 intra-frequency hard handover
delay time
H to R99 IntraFreq SHO Delay Time HSDPA to R99 intra-frequency soft handover
delay time
H to R99 InterFreq HHO Delay Time HSDPA to R99 inter-frequency hard handover
delay time
R99 to H IntraFreq HHO Delay Time R99 to HSDPA intra-frequency hard handover
delay time
R99 to H IntraFreq SHO Delay Time R99 to HSDPA intra-frequency soft handover
delay time
R99 to H InterFreq HHO Delay Time R99 to HSDPA inter-frequency hard handover
delay time
H to 2G InterRAT Handover Delay Time HSDPA to 2G inter-system hard handover delay
time
SMS Delay SMS MO Delay Time SMS MO delay time
SMS MT Delay Time SMS MT delay time
HSUPA Channel change DCH To EDCH Delay DCH to EDCH channel change delay time
Handover Time
Delay
HSUPA to GPRS InterRAT HO Delay HSUPA to GPRS inter-system handover delay
Time time
InterCell Channel Change EDCH To Inter-cell EDCH to DCH channel change delay
DCH Delay Time time
InterFreq EDCHServing Cell Change Inter-frequency EDCH serving cell hard
HHO Delay Time handover delay time
IntraCell Channel Change EDCH To Intra-cell EDCH to DCH channel change delay
DCH Delay Time time
IntraFreq EDCHServing Cell Change Intra-frequency EDCH serving cell hard
HHO Delay Time handover delay time
IntraFreq EDCHServing Cell Change Intra-frequency EDCH serving cell soft
SHO Delay Time handover delay time
Other Cell Reselection Time From GSM to Cell reselection delay time from GSM to
WCDMA (CS) WCDMA of the CS service

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Cell Reselection Time From GSM to Cell reselection delay time from GSM to
WCDMA(PS) WCDMA of the PS service
Ping RTT at application Level Round-trip time (RTT) of the Ping test
Attach Time Delay Delay time from Attach Request to Complete
Call Timing Analysis Call delay time analysis
Detach Time Delay Delay time from Detach Request to Complete

Other
Table 7-25 describes the Other indicators.

Table 7-25 Description of the Other indicators


Type Indicator Description

Integrated Call VP Integrated video connection (lasting more than 2 min)


Voice Integrated voice connection (lasting more than 2 min)

7.2 Scanner Indicators


7.2.1 GSM Scanner
The GSM scanner is used for scannering and analyzing the channels with a specified
frequency range.

Band Information
Multiple bands may exist during the process of one drive test. The information about bands is
added to identify the bands of the indicators. As shown in Figure 7-6, the band information
about the current scanner is DCS1800 where DCS refers to the digital cellular system.

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Figure 7-6 Band information

RxLev
Table 7-26 describes the RxLev indicators.

Table 7-26 Description of the RxLev indicators


Indicator Description

RxLev Best The first six RxLevs of the best performed cell.
RxLev For Arfcn All RxLevs of a specified ARFCN.

C/I
Table 7-27 describes the C/I indicators.

Table 7-27 Description of C/I indicators.


Indicator Description

C/I Best The first six C/I values of the test point.
C/I For Arfcn All C/I values of a specified ARFCN.

C/A
Table 7-28 describes the C/A indicators.

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Table 7-28 Description of the C/A indicators

Indicator Description

C/A For Arfcn(+2) The C/A value of an ARFCN whose value is greater than the
value of the specified ARFCN by 2
C/A For Arfcn(+1) The C/A value of an ARFCN whose value is greater than the
value of the specified ARFCN by 1
C/A For Arfcn(-1) The C/A value of an ARFCN whose value is smaller than the
value of the specified ARFCN by 1
C/A For Arfcn(-2) The C/A value of an ARFCN whose value is small than the value
of the specified ARFCN by 2

BCCH Along With BSIC


Table 7-29 describes the BCCH Along With BSIC indicators.

Table 7-29 Description of the BCCH Along With BSIC indicators


Indicator Description

BSIC For Arfcn The BSICs of the specified ARFCN

7.2.2 WCDMA Scanner


The scanner indicators are based on the 3GPP Universal Mobile Telecommunications System
(UMTS). The scanner can scan and analyze the strongest pilot signal, specified pilot signal,
and spectrum.

Frequency
Multiple frequencies may occur during a drive test. The frequency number is used to identify
the frequency in which the indicator is located, as shown in Figure 7-7.

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Figure 7-7 Frequency number

Nth Best
The Nth Best indicators denote the first N cells with the best signals. Table 7-30 describes the
Nth Best indicators.

Table 7-30 Description of the Nth Best indicators

Indicator Description

Ec/Io and RSCP for 1st Provides the Ec/Io and RSCP of the best serving cell at
ServiceCell each test point.
Ec/Io for Nth Best Service Provides the Ec/Io values of N (1 to 5) cells in descending
Cell order according to Ec/Io at each test point.
RSCP for Nth Best Service Provides the RSCP values of N (1 to 5) cells in descending
Cell order according to RSCP at each test point.
SC for Nth Best Service Cell Provides the scrambling codes of N (1 to 5) cells in
descending order by Ec/Io at each test point.
Sir For Nth Best Service Cell Provides the SIR values of N (1 to 5) cells in descending
order according to SIR at each test point.
Rscp For Nth Best Service Provides the Rscp values of N (1 to 5) cells in descending
Cell order according to Rscp at each test point.

EC/IO
Table 7-31 describes the Ec/Io indicators.

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Table 7-31 Description of the Ec/Io indicators

Indicator Description

Ec/Io for SC Corresponding Ec/Io of each scrambling code


On the basis of cells, the Assistant categorizes the Ec/Io information
measured by the scanner during a drive test and displays all the Ec/Io
information about a specific cell measured during the drive test.
Ec/Io Max for The maximum Ec/Io value of each scrambling code
SC The Assistant obtains the maximum Ec/Io from all the Ec/Io values
provided by the Ec/Io for SC sub-node.

If the geographic binning is set, this node provides the data after binning.

RSCP
Table 7-32 describes the indicators of RSCP.

Table 7-32 Description of the RSCP indicators

Indicator Description

RSCP for SC RSCP of each scrambling code


On the basis of cells, the Assistant categorizes the RSCP information
measured by the scanner during a drive test and displays all the RSCP
information about a specific cell measured during the drive test.
RSCP Max for The maximum RSCP of each scrambling code
SC The Assistant selects the drive test point at which the RSCP of a
current cell is the best from the data of RSCP for SC.

If the geographic binning is set, this node provides the data after binning.

Pilot Pollution
Table 7-33 describes the indicators of Pilot Pollution.

Table 7-33 Description of the Pilot Pollution indicators

Indicator Description

Pilot Pollution for Pilot pollution of each scrambling code


SC The Assistant simulates pilot pollution by using the scanner test data
and categorizes the pilot pollution results according to cells. All the
pilot pollution information about a specific cell during the drive test
is displayed.

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Whole PP The number of points with pilot pollution measured during the drive
test
Pilot Pollution Pilot pollution rate. You can set this parameter in the properties of the
Rate dataset.

The formula for the pilot pollution rate is as follows:


Pilot Pollution Rate = Pilot Pollution Points/Total Points * 100%.
A point can be determined as a pilot pollution point when it meets the following three conditions:
z The number of pilot signals is obtained when the number of active sets equals to or is larger than
four.
z The RSCPs of at least four CPICHs equal to or are greater than -100 dBm.
z The difference between the RSCP of the best performed CPICH and the RSCP of any other CPICH
equals to or is larger than 5 dBm.

HO Event
This node provides the events simulated by the scanner, as described in 4.2.6 "Modifying the
Dataset Property." The simulation is based on the test data and the parameters set for soft
handover. For details about the parameter setting, refer to Table 7-34.
Table 7-34 describes the HO Event indicators.

Table 7-34 Description of the HO Event indicators


Indicator Description

Simulated Event 1A of the active set, which is simulated through the scanner pilot data
Event 1A Event 1A indicates that the primary pilot channel comes into the reporting
scope.
Simulated Event 1B of the active set, which is simulated through the scanner pilot data
Event 1B Event 1B indicates that the primary pilot channel goes out of the reporting
scope.
Simulated Event 1C of the active set, which is simulated through the scanner pilot data
Event 1C Event 1C indicates that the signal quality of an inactivated primary pilot
channel is better than the signal quality of an activated one.
Simulated Event 1D of the active set, which is simulated through the scanner pilot data.
Event 1D Event 1D indicates that the best cell changes.

RSSI
This node provides the received signal strength indicators (RSSIs) measured by the scanner.
The RSSI reflect the pilot interference on the drive test route.

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Scanner Coverage Summary (EC/IO)


This indicator is the scanner Ec/Io coverage summary, as shown in Figure 7-8.

Figure 7-8 Scanner Coverage Summary (Ec/Io)

Scanner Coverage Summary(RSCP)


This indicator is the scanner RSCP coverage summary, as shown in Figure 7-9.

Figure 7-9 Scanner Coverage Summary (RSCP)

7.3 RNC Indicators


7.3.1 Overview
The RNC indicators reflect the status of radio network resources.

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Table 7-35 describes the RNC indicators.

Table 7-35 Description of the RNC indicators


Indicator Description

UL BLER Uplink block error rate, to which uplink block error rate
epinasty is added
UL BER Uplink bit error rate
UL SIR Uplink signal-to-interference ratio
UL SIR Target Uplink signal-to-interference ratio target
UL RSSI Uplink RSSI
UL Throughput Uplink throughput
UL Bandwidth Uplink bandwidth
DL BLER Downlink block error rate
DL Throughput Downlink throughput
DL Bandwidth Downlink bandwidth
DL Tx Carr Pwr Transmit power of the downlink carriers
DL Transmit Code Power Downlink transmit code power

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8 Analysis Report Management

About This Chapter

The following table lists the contents of this chapter.

Section Describes

8.1 Overview The reports generated by the Assistant.


8.2 Generating WCDMA DT The complete .doc report provided by the Assistant for
Report common UE and scanner indicators.
8.3 Generating Reports The Assistant can generate WCDMA KPI reports, GSM
Through the Wizard reports, scanner reports, custom reports, and theme
reports through the wizard.
8.4 WCDMA KPI Report The WCDMA KPI reports and the pages in the reports.
8.5 GSM Report The GSM/GPRS reports and the pages in the reports.
8.6 Scanner Report The Scanner reports and the pages in the reports.
8.7 Theme Report The theme reports and the pages in the reports.

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8.1 Overview
The reports automatically generated by the Assistant consist of the WCDMA DT report,
WCDMA KPI report, GSM KPI report, scanner report, custom report, and theme report.
WCDMA KPI reports, GSM KPI reports, scanner reports, custom reports, and theme reports
can be generated through the wizard.

8.2 Generating WCDMA DT Report


The Assistant provides a complete .doc DT report for common UE and scanner indicators.
To generate the WCDMA DT report, perform the following steps:
Step 1 On the Project tab page in the navigation area, select a dataset.
Step 2 Right-click the dataset and choose Analyse Report > WCDMA Drive Test Report.
The Report Setting dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 8-1.

Figure 8-1 Report Setting dialog box

Table 8-1 describes the parameters in the Reporting Setting dialog box.

Table 8-1 Parameters in the Report Setting dialog box


Parameter Function

UE Name Select a test UE.


SCANNER Name Select a scanner.
Cluster Name Enter the name or ID of a tested cluster.
Customer Name Enter a customer name.

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Parameter Function

Data Setting Two options are available:


z All Data: analyzing all the data
z Lock Data: analyzing the locked data

Step 3 After the parameter configuration is complete, click OK.


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8.3 Generating Reports Through the Wizard


The Assistant can generate WCDMA KPI reports, GSM reports, scanner reports, and theme
reports through the wizard. Two available methods are as follows:
z Through the intelligent report subsystem
z Through the shortcut menu of a dataset

8.3.1 Intelligent Report Subsystem


The data source of the reports exported by the intelligent report system can come from either
the original test data file (for example. *.gen data file) or the imported dataset. You can
configure the reports through the interface wizard. The smart report system generates relevant
reports according to the configuration.

Generating Reports from Original Data


The reports are directly generated from the original test data file.
You can perform this operation in either of the following situations:
z No project file is opened.
z The opened project file is selected.
This section takes the second situation as an example to introduce the operating procedure for
generating an intelligent report from original data.
Step 1 Select a project on the Project tab page in the navigation area.

Step 2 Click on the tool bar, or choose Dataset > Report Wizard.

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The Smart Report Guide-First Step dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 8-2.

Figure 8-2 Smart Report Guide-First Step dialog box (Setting tab page)

Step 3 Set the parameters on the Setting tab page.


For details about parameter setting, refer to Table 8-2.

Table 8-2 Parameters on the Setting tab page


Parameter Function

Project Name The file name of the selected project.


Project Path The saving path of the selected project.
Dataset Name
Set the properties of a dataset by clicking . For details, see section
4.2 "Managing a Dataset."
Report Author Enter the author name of a report.
Report Path Select the save path of the report

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Step 4 Choose the ImportFiles tab, as shown in Figure 8-3.

Figure 8-3 ImportFiles tab page

Table 8-3 describes the tab page shown in Figure 8-3.

Table 8-3 Description of the ImportFile tab page

No. Description

(1) If you select the AutoCombinebyCom check box, the devices are automatically
merged through the COM interface.
NOTE
The data using the same COM interface is merged into one device.

(2) Displays the data files to be imported.


(3) If you select the IsNeedCrossingTable check box, the data required by the
crossing table report is recorded. The crossing table shows the relations of
indicators in the imported HSDPA data.
NOTE
The crossing table is valid only to the HSDPA data.

(4) Click Browse to choose the data files to be imported.

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Step 5 After importing a data file, click Next.


The Smart Report Guide-Second Step dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 8-4.

Figure 8-4 Smart Report Guide-Second Step dialog box

Table 8-4 describes the parameter setting of this dialog box.

Table 8-4 Parameter setting of the Smart Report Guide-Second Step dialog box

Parameter Function

Device group box Lists the selected devices.


Right pane Displays the reports provided by the system for you to select. You
can double-click the nodes in green, and then edit the corresponding
report of this node.
Load Loads the report template that is already saved.
Save Saves the report template that is already set.

z If you do not select a device from the Device list box, the report configuration of each device is the
same.
z If you select at least one device from the Device list box, you can specifically configure the reports
generated by this device.

Step 6 Click Finish.

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After the data is processed, the corresponding report cover is displayed, as shown in Figure
8-5.

Figure 8-5 Cover of the smart report

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Generating Reports from the Existing Dataset


Before generating reports, ensure that the dataset is already imported to the project.
To generate intelligent reports from the existing dataset, use the following methods:
z Right-click the selected dataset, and then choose Analyse Report > Report Wizard
from the shortcut menu.

z Select the dataset from which the intelligent report needs to be generated. Click on
the tool bar.
z Select the dataset from which the intelligent report needs to be generated. Choose
Dataset > Report Wizard.
This part takes the second method as an example to describe the method of generating an
intelligent report from the existing dataset. The detailed procedure is as follows:
Step 1 On the Project tab page, select a dataset to generate a smart report.

Step 2 Click on the tool bar.


The Smart Report Guide-First Step dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 8-6.

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Figure 8-6 Smart Report Guide-First Step dialog box

Table 8-5 describes the parameter setting of this dialog box.

Table 8-5 Parameter setting of the First Step dialog box


Parameter Function

Available Device list box Used to display the available devices to generate a smart
report.
Selected Device list box Used to display the selected devices.
Used to move all devices from the Available Device list box to
the Selected Device list box.
Used to move the selected devices from the Available Device
list box to the Selected Device list box.
Used to move the selected devices from the Selected Device
list box to the Available Device list box.
Used to move all devices from the Selected Device list box to
the Available Device list box.
Report Author Used to enter the report author.
Report Directory Selects the save path of the report by clicking .

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Step 3 Click Next.


The Smart Report Guide-Second Step dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 8-7. For
details about the parameter description of the dialog box, see Table 8-4.

Figure 8-7 Smart Report Guide-Second Step dialog box

Step 4 Click Finish.


After the data is processed, the corresponding report cover is displayed.
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8.3.2 Generating Reports from the Shortcut Menu


The object of generating reports from the shortcut menu of the dataset is the dataset that has
been imported to the project.
Right-click the dataset about which a report is to be generated. From the shortcut menu,
choose Analyse Report. From the displayed submenu, choose the report to be generated,
including WCDMA Drive Test Report and Report Wizard.

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z For details about how to generate the WCDMA drive test report, see section 8.2 "Generating
WCDMA DT Report."
z For details about how to generate the report wizard, see section "Generating Reports from the
Existing Dataset."

8.3.3 Generating a Custom Report


You can select and collect statistics on some GSM or WCDMA basic indicators, events or
KPIs that are defined by the system. Then, the Assistant displays the statistic results in
geographic map, bar chart, or statistic values in the exported reports (.doc files) to facilitate
your analysis of the data.
To generate a custom report, perform the following steps:
Step 1 In the Smart Report Guide – Second Step dialog box shown in Figure 8-4 and Figure 8-7,
double-click the Custom Report node.
The Custom Report Setup dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 8-8.

Figure 8-8 Custom Report Setup dialog box

Table 8-6 describes the parameters of the Custom Report Setup dialog box.

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Table 8-6 Description of parameters of the Custom Report Setup dialog box

Control Parameter Description

IE tab page - z Displays the GSM and WCDMA UE indicators. For details,
see section 7.1 "UE Indicators."
z Displays the GSM and WCDMA scanner indicators. For
details, see section 7.2 "Scanner Indicators."
EVENT tab page - Displays the test terminal event indicators. For details, see
section 7.1.7 "Phone Event."
KPI tab page - Displays the GSM and WCDMA KPI indicators. For details, see
sections 7.1.12 "GSM KPI" and 7.1.13 "WCDMA KPI."
List box in the IE/EVENT/KPI Name Refers to the names of the indicator elements (IEs), events, and
left KPIs.
T1 Refers to the threshold that you enter. This parameter is used to
collect statistics on the rates of the following IE indicators that
T2 are:
z Greater than the threshold
z Smaller than the threshold
z Equal to or greater than the threshold
z Equal to or smaller than the threshold
z Equal to the threshold
If you enter "-", no statistic results are displayed.
T1. Comparison Refer to T1 and T2 comparison operators which consist of >, <,
>=, <=, or =.
T2. Comparison
DisplayMap Determines whether to display the statistic results of IEs or
Events. You can select Yes or No.
DisplayHistogram Determines whether to display the statistic results of IEs in bar
chart. You can select Yes or No.
DisplayWithGps Locates on the Event tab page and determines whether to
display the test route when an event is displayed.
Stat Determines whether to display the statistic results of IEs and
EVENTs in statistic value. You can select Yes or No.

The statistic values to be displayed are as follows:


z Average value
z Maximum value
z Minimum value
z Standart variance
z Legend scope
z Thresholds of T1 and T2

DeviceType A fixed value referring to the corresponding device type of IEs


such as UEs and scanners.

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Control Parameter Description

Move Top Moves the specified indicator in the left list box to the top of the
list.
Down Moves down the specified indicator.
Up Moves up the specified indicator.
Bottom Moves the specified indicator to the bottom of the list.
Select All Selects all indicators in the left list box.
Clear Clears the selected indicators in the left list box.
Reverse Performs reverse selections to the indicators in the left list box.
That is, selects the cleared indicators and clears the selected
indicators.
Type GSM Determines whether to display the relevant GSM indicators in
the left list box.
WCDMA Determines whether to display the relevant WCDMA indicators.

Step 2 Set the PSC value in the EcIo/RSCP For SC indicator.

I ... Then…

The value of the 1. Select WCDMA in the Custom Report Setup dialog box.
scrambling code 2. On the IE tab page, double-click DTI SCANNER RSCP For SC (0, 1, 2), DTI
(SC) is set SCANNER Ec/Io For SC (0, 1, 2), UE RSCP For SC (0, 1 ,2), or UE Ec/Io For SC
(0, 1 ,2).
3. In the dialog box, enter the corresponding primary scrambling code (PSC) of the
indicator. Use commas to separate multiple PSCs. If you want to expert the indicators
of all PSC, enter *.
4. Click OK.
5. Perform Step 3.
The value of the Perform Step 3.
SC is not set

Step 3 Click OK.


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8.4 WCDMA KPI Report


Table 8-7 describes the important indicators of WCDMA.

Table 8-7 Important indicators of WCDMA


Indicator Introduction

Coverage The custom KPI report function supports coverage setting and
you can decide whether the related pages should be generated.
Accessibility The custom KPI report function supports accessibility setting and
you can decide whether the related pages should be generated.
Service integrity The custom KPI report function supports service integrity setting
and you can decide whether the related pages should be
generated.
Mobility The custom KPI report function supports mobility setting and you
can decide whether the related pages should be generated.
Retainability The custom KPI report function supports retainability setting and
you can decide whether the related pages should be generated.
Other KPIs The custom KPI report function supports other KPIs setting and
you can decide whether the related pages should be generated.

Figure 8-9 shows the cover of a WCDMA KPI report.

Figure 8-9 WCDMA KPI Report cover

The following part describes the pages of the WCDMA KPI report.

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8.4.1 Coverage
Figure 8-10 shows the Coverage page.

Figure 8-10 WCDMA KPI Report - Coverage page

8.4.2 Accessibility
Figure 8-11 shows the Accessibility page.

Figure 8-11 WCDMA KPI Report - Accessibility page

8.4.3 Retainability
Figure 8-12 shows the Retainability page.

Figure 8-12 WCDMA KPI Report - Retainability page

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8.4.4 Service integrity


Figure 8-13 shows the Service integrity page.

Figure 8-13 WCDMA KPI Report - Service integrity page

8.4.5 Mobility Page


Figure 8-14 shows the Mobility page.

Figure 8-14 WCDMA KPI Report - Mobility page

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8.4.6 Other KPIs


Figure 8-15 shows the Other KPIs page.

Figure 8-15 WCDMA KPI Report - Other KPIs page

8.4.7 Timing Delay Report


Figure 8-16 shows the WCDMA KPI Timing Delay Report.

Figure 8-16 WCDMA KPI Timing Delay Report

Table 8-8 describes the delay KPIs.

Table 8-8 Delay KPIs


KPI Remarks

Access Call setup delay time


R99 HO R99 handover delay time

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KPI Remarks

Inter-Rat Inter-Rat handover delay time


HSDPA HO HSDPA handover delay time
SMS SMS delay
HSUPA HO HSUPA handover delay time
Other Other delay

8.5 GSM Report


This report contains the indicators related to the GSM. For details, see section 0"
GSM."

8.5.1 GSM MS Call Analysis Report


This report, as shown in Figure 8-17, provides the analysis and statistics of GSM MS calls.

Figure 8-17 GSM MS Call Analysis report

8.5.2 GSM Drive Test Statistics Report


This report shown in Figure 8-18 provides the analysis and statistics of the GSM drive test.

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Figure 8-18 GSM Drive Test Statistics report

8.5.3 GSM Handover Statistics Report


This report shown in Figure 8-19 provides the indicators of handover events.

Figure 8-19 GSM Handover Statistics report

8.5.4 GPRS FTP Data Layer Performance Report


This report collects the statistics of FTP-related information, which is as follows:
z FTP data layer performance (DL) collects the statistics of all the files in FTP DL.
z FTP statistics details (DL) collect the statistics of each FTP DL.

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z FTP data layer performance (UL) collects the statistics of all the files in FTP UL.
z FTP statistics details (UL) collect the statistics of each FTP UL.
Figure 8-20 shows the FTP data layer performance report.

Figure 8-20 FTP data layer performance report

8.5.5 GPRS GMM Event Statistics Report


This report shown in Figure 8-21 provides the number and time of Attach, PDP activation,
and route area update (RAU) events.

Figure 8-21 GMM Event Statistics report

8.5.6 GPRS Physical Layer Indicator Report


This report shown in Figure 8-22 provides the physical parameters such as RxLevel, C Value,
and transmit power according to the drive test files.

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Figure 8-22 Physical Layer Indicator report

8.5.7 GPRS RLC BLER and Retransmissions Report


This report shown in Figure 8-23 provides block error rate and retransmission rate.

Figure 8-23 RLC BLER and Retransmissions report

8.5.8 GPRS WAP Testing Statistics Report


This report shown in Figure 8-24 provides the number of attempts, number of successes,
success rate, and retransmission rate.

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Figure 8-24 WAP Testing Statistic report

z WAP Login: WAP login statistics


z WAP Page Refresh: WAP refresh statistics
z WAP Download: WAP download statistics

8.6 Scanner Report


This report consists of a WCDMA scanner handover analysis report and a neighbor cell
analysis report. For details, see section 7.2 "Scanner Indicators."

8.6.1 WCDMA Scanner Handover Analysis Report


This report shown in Figure 8-25 analyzes and summarizes the scanner handover information.

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Figure 8-25 WCDMA Scanner Handover Analysis report

8.6.2 WCDMA Scanner Neighbor Analysis Report


This report shown in Figure 8-26 statistics on neighboring cells that are not configured.

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Figure 8-26 WCDMA Scanner Neighbor Cell Analysis report

8.7 Theme Report


8.7.1 WCDMA UE Crossingtable HSDPA
This report shown in Figure 8-27 provides the reference of the HSDPA indicators.

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Figure 8-27 WCDMA UE Crossingtable HSDPA report

8.7.2 HSUPA Happy Rate Report


This report shown in Figure 8-28 reflects users' satisfaction of HSUPA service performance.

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Figure 8-28 HSUPA Happy Rate report

8.7.3 WCDMA UE Call Analysis Report


This report shown in Figure 8-29 analyzes and summarizes the WCDMA UE call data, which
consists of RRC setup information, CS call statistics, and PS call statistics.

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Figure 8-29 WCDMA UE Call Analysis report

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8.7.4 APPLayer Analysis Report


This report, as shown in Figure 8-30, provides the statistics in compliance with the Probe test
and Ping protocols that include Ping, http, and ftp.
z The Ping page displays the statistics on the Ping test, including time, and status.
z The PDP page displays the statistics on the PDP activation test, including time, and
status.
z The Http page displays the statistics on HTTP services.
z The NetThroughput page displays the statistics on the network throughput.

Figure 8-30 AppLayer Analysis report

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8.7.5 WCDMA UE User Defined Time Delay Report


This report provides the preface and the analysis of events that you can define. The signaling
of objects is entered for the user defined events. You can choose start signaling, end signaling,
and maximum internal. In addition, you can define the event names, as shown in Figure 8-31.

Figure 8-31 WCDMA User defined Time Delay Report

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9 FAQ

About This Chapter

The following table lists the contents of this chapter.

Section Describes

9.1 Overview The common problems that may occur on the Assistant.
9.2 Software Startup The common problems during software startup and corresponding
solutions.
9.3 Data Import The common problems during data import and corresponding
solutions.
9.4 Map Operation The common problems during map operation and corresponding
solutions.
9.5 Data Display The common problems during data display and corresponding
solutions.
9.6 Others The common problems during other operations and
corresponding solutions.

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9.1 Overview
The common problems that may occur on the Assistant are as follows:
z Software Startup
z Data Import
z Map Operation
z Data Display
z Others

9.2 Software Startup


9.2.1 How to Start the Assistant When the Verification Fails?
Description
The GENEX Assistant cannot normally start up. The system displays Lock Error: Verify
Lock Failed.

Solution
One of the following causes may lead to the license checking failure and the system startup
failure. In addition, the solutions to each exception are as follows:
z The dongle is connected improperly.
− Check whether the dongle is connected.
− Check whether the connection between the dongle and the parallel port or USB port
is normal.
− Check whether the dongle driver is installed correctly. It is recommended that you
reinstall the dongle driver.
z You have changed the system time before starting the Assistant.
Do not change the system time before starting the Assistant. The dongle controls the
authority through the system time. The system time must be the current time or later than
the current time.
z The dongle expires.
The license has a validity period. If the license expires, you cannot use the dongle again.
Thus, you must apply for a new license.
z The GENEX Shared is installed improperly.
Check whether the GENEX Shared components are installed properly. It is
recommended that you reinstall the GENEX Shared components.

If you have installed other software that also requires the dongle and the Assistant cannot be started
normally, you can infer that the two dongles conflict with each other. In this case, you need to uninstall
the Sentinal Drive from the Control Panel and reinstall the GENEX Shared components.

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9.2.2 The Files for East Asian Languages Are Not Installed.
Description
The GENEX Assistant cannot be started properly. The system displays the message "Selected
collating sequence not supported by the operating system."

Solution
To install the GENEX series tools in the operating system of non-Chinese version, you need
to install East Asian languages in the Windows operating system. To install East Asian
languages in the Windows operating system, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Choose Start > Control Panel > Regional and Language Options.
Step 2 In the Regional and Language Options dialog box, click the Languages tab.
Step 3 Select Install files for East Asian languages. Then, follow the system prompts to complete
the installation.
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9.3 Data Import


9.3.1 How to Handle Illegal Operations During the Data Import?
Description
Illegal operations, for example, manually forced operations such as exiting the program or the
computer, occur during the data import.

Solution
The data processing comes after the data import. Thus, the illegal operation damages the
intactness of the whole process and causes data errors. Therefore, you cannot exit the entire
program or turn off the computer by force during the data import. If any illegal operation or
error occurs, such as sudden power-off, you need to rebuild the dataset and import the data.

9.3.2 Data on the Probe Cannot Be Imported Properly.


Description
When you import the data from the Probe to the Assistant, the system displays the following
message: The data has been imported. Do you want to import it again?

Solution
Stop the Probe, and then import the data again in the Assistant.

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9.3.3 Why the Huawei RNC Data Cannot Be Properly Displayed


After Being Imported?
Description
The Huawei RNC data cannot be properly displayed after being imported.

Solution
Because the data recorded by Huawei RNC contains no GPS information and the data is
recorded according to the local PC time, you need to synchronize the RNC data with the GPS
information. Table 9-1 describes the solutions to two different situations.

Table 9-1 Soft handover statistics


If Then

The GPS Perform the following steps to display the Huawei RNC data on the
information is map:
required, z Import other data that contains the GPS information.
z Specify the offset of the two start times.
z Click OK. The data is displayed on the map after being imported.
The GPS Perform the following steps to display the Huawei RNC data only on
information is the chart or on the sheet:
not required, z Set the geographic binning mode of the dataset to No Binning or
Time Binning.
z Select the Ignore Position Information check box in the Import
Huawei RNC File dialog box. The system builds the default GPS
information.
z The system displays the data on a chart or a sheet after the data is
imported. Because the GPS information on the map is (0, 0), you can
see only one point on the map.

9.4 Map Operation


9.4.1 How to Load the Position of Last Time on the Map?
Description
How to load the position of last time on the map?

Solution
When adjusting a certain area to a proper position, click Save Current Position to save the
current position. Alternatively, click Load Position to return to this position.

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9.4.2 How to Change the Map Legend?


Description
How to change the map legend?

Solution
You can change the map legend if it does not meet your requirement. To change the map
legend, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Modify the legend of the specific indicator or create a legend on the Map Legend tab page of
the project bar.
Step 2 Select the layer to be modified on the Map Layer tab page.
Step 3 Click Load Legend and select the map legend to be imported.
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9.4.3 How to Perform Time Filtering on the Map Layer?


Description
How to perform time filtering on the map layer?

Solution
During a drive test, the same path can be tested many times and the drive test data can be
saved in the same dataset. You can only see the drive test points located at the top when the
drive test points are of the same longitude and latitude. Therefore, you need to select a time
span through time filtering.
z Scenario 1: Repeat the drive test on the same path for many times and select the entire
test data of one time.
z Scenario 2: In a drive test, you need to select the test data of a certain test track.
To solve this problem, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Activate the indicators on the Map window and activate the same indicators on the Sheet
window. Set the two windows to be co-activated with each other.
Step 2 Manually play back the test process on the Map window. Set the start point of the test track.
On the Sheet window, check the time of the start point and record it by using the
co-activation function. Set the end point of the test track. On the Sheet window, check the
time of the end point and record it by using the co-activation function.
Step 3 Click Time Filter on the map tool bar.
The Time Filter dialog box is displayed.
Step 4 Enter the start time and the end time in the fields of Start Time and End Time.
Step 5 Click OK.
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9.4.4 The Assistant is quit abnormally when you are moving a


legend on the map.
Description
The Assistant is quit abnormally when you are moving a legend on the map.

Solution
Stop picking words from screen through the Powerword.

9.4.5 On the Map, the Value on the Label and the Color on the
Legend Are Inconsistent.
Description
When the same GPS points overlaps, the legend displays the latest value, while the label
displays the earliest value. Thus, the value on the label and the color on the legend are
inconsistent.

Solution
The same GPS points can be discretized as follows:
Step 1 Select a data set on the Project tab page in the navigation pane.
Step 2 Choose Modify Dataset Property on the shortcut menu.
A dialog box is displayed.
Step 3 In the displayed dialog box, choose the Binning Type tab page.
Step 4 Check Disperse Data.
Step 5 Click OK.
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9.5 Data Display


9.5.1 Why Does the Icon of Word Collector Turn Grey?
Description
Why is the icon of word collector and how to activate it?

Solution
The word collector icon is activated only after you open the file on the Word Collector tab
page.

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9.5.2 Why Is No Data Displayed After Some Indicators Are


Opened?
Description
Why is no data displayed after some indicators are opened?

Solution
By default, the Assistant displays all the indicators when you open a project. This is because
some indicators contain no data, and they cannot be displayed. Try to import the data related
to these indicators.

9.5.3 Why the Messages on the BCCH Channel Collected by the


Agilent Cannot Be Correctly Displayed?
Description
Why the messages collected by the Agilent on the BCCH channel cannot be correctly
displayed?

Solution
The files in the format of SD5 cannot be directly imported. Therefore, when the files are
exported in the supported formats through the daemon of the Agilent, some information is
lost.

9.5.4 Why the Analysis Report Item Cannot Be Opened?


Description
Why the analysis report item cannot be open?

Solution
There are two possible reasons:
z The Microsoft Office Excel may not be correctly installed on your computer. Reinstall it.
z The Assistant cannot immediately respond to the request of the Excel file. The data,
however, is already exported to a temporary directory. In this situation, you have to
manually open the report. Enter the main directory of the Assistant, find the report in the
directory \Bin\Temp, and open it.

9.5.5 Why the RNC Signaling Cannot Automatically Match the


Corresponding UE Time During the Import?
Description
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Solution
To solve the problem, pay attention to the following two points:
z The signaling file tracked by the RNC standard interface must match the UE test data.
That is, the two are of the same test.
z The offset is great because the time of the LMT used by the RNC is different from the
UE time. The software does not match the data that is 10 minutes different from the
reference time.

9.6 Others
9.6.1 In What Scenarios Should the GENEX Shared Components
Be Reinstalled?
Description
When should the GENEX Shared components be reinstalled?

Solution
The GENEX Shared components are reinstalled in the following scenarios:
z The dongle cannot be found.
z The GENEX Shared components are updated.
z The GENEX Shared components are not completely installed.
z The Assistant fails to import the data.
z The Assistant cannot open the MapX window.
z The Assistant cannot open the Teechart window.
z The Assistant cannot open the engineering parameter sheet window.

9.6.2 Why Engineering Parameters Fail to Be Imported?


Description
Engineering parameters fail to be imported.

Solution
If engineering parameters fail to be imported, you can infer that the latest template for
engineering parameters has not been used.
You can find the latest template in the software installation directory \sample directory.
If an engineering parameter sheet contains wrong data, the wrong data is marked in red in the
Assistant.

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9.6.3 The Display of the Map Is Slow After You Import


Engineering Parameters Into the Assistant
Description
The display of the map is slow after you import more than 20000 engineering parameters into
the Assistant.

Solution
For details about how to solve this problem, see section 4.3.6 "Configuring Engineering
Parameters.

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Contents

A System Predefined Events..................................................................................................... A-1


A.1 Radio Resource management Events ..........................................................................................................A-1
A.2 Authentication Events..................................................................................................................................A-2
A.3 Encryption Mode Events .............................................................................................................................A-2
A.4 Authentication Encryption Events...............................................................................................................A-3
A.5 Radio Bearer Setup Events..........................................................................................................................A-3
A.6 Call Connection Events ...............................................................................................................................A-4
A.7 GMM Events ...............................................................................................................................................A-5
A.8 SM Events ...................................................................................................................................................A-6
A.9 MM Events..................................................................................................................................................A-6
A.10 Handover Events .......................................................................................................................................A-7
A.11 GSM Events ............................................................................................................................................ A-11
A.12 HSDPA Events ........................................................................................................................................A-13
A.13 Inter-Rat Events.......................................................................................................................................A-18
A.14 SMS Events .............................................................................................................................................A-19
A.15 Call Reconnection Analysis Mechanism .................................................................................................A-21
A.16 HSUPA Events ........................................................................................................................................A-21
A.17 System Events .........................................................................................................................................A-25

B Acronyms and Abbreviations ................................................................................................B-1

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Table A-1 Description of radio resource management events ...........................................................................A-1


Table A-2 Description of authentication events.................................................................................................A-2
Table A-3 Description of encryption mode events.............................................................................................A-2

Table A-4 Description of authentication encryption events...............................................................................A-3


Table A-5 Description of radio bearer events ....................................................................................................A-3
Table A-6 Description of call connection events ...............................................................................................A-4

Table A-7 Description of GMM events .............................................................................................................A-5


Table A-8 Description of SM events..................................................................................................................A-6
Table A-9 Description of MM events ................................................................................................................A-6

Table A-10 Description of handover events.......................................................................................................A-7


Table A-11 Description of GSM events ........................................................................................................... A-11
Table A-12 Description of HSDPA events.......................................................................................................A-13

Table A-13 Description of the inter-rat handover events and the inter-system cell reselection events............A-18
Table A-14 Description of SMS events ...........................................................................................................A-20
Table A-15 Description of call reconnection analysis mechanism ..................................................................A-21

Table A-16 Description of HSUPA events.......................................................................................................A-21


Table A-17 Description of System events........................................................................................................A-25

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A.1 Radio Resource management Events


Table A-1 describes the radio resource management events.

Table A-1 Description of radio resource management events


Event Name Description

RRCSetupReq The UE sends the RRC Connection Request message to the network
side.
RRCSetupSuc The UE sends the RRC Connection Setup Complete message to the
network side.
RRCSetupFail The UE sends the RRC Connection Request message to the network
side and receives the RRC Connection Reject message from the
network side.
The UE sends the RRC Connection Request message to the network
side and receives the RRC Connection Release message (on
DL_DCCH or DL_CCCH) from the network side.
The UE sends the RRC Connection Request message to the network
side and receives the RRC Connection Setup message from the
network side.
The UE does not send the RRC Connection Setup Complete
message within the timeout.
The UE sends the RRC Connection Request message to the network
side and does not send the RRC Connection Setup Complete
message within the timeout.
RRCConnectionRel The UE receives the RRC Connection Release message whose cause
value is normalEvent, normalEvent, or UserInactivity, or the UE
receives the RRC Connection Release Complete message.
RRCConnectionAbn The UE receives the RRC Connection Release message whose cause
ormalRel value is not normalEvent.

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Event Name Description

In the case that the UE receives the RRC Connection Release


message whose cause value is normalEvent when RRCState =
CELL_DCH, the UE receives the RRCState = Disconnected,
MasterInformationBlock, SystemInformation1, or
SystemInformation2 message.

A.2 Authentication Events


Table A-2 describes the authentication events.

Table A-2 Description of authentication events


Event Name Description

AuthenticationRequest The UE sends the Authentication Request message to the network


side.
AuthenticationRsp z The UE sends the Authentication Request message to network
side.
z The UE receives the Authentication Response message. Three
seconds later, the UE does not receive the Authentication Reject
message.
AuthenticationFail z The Authentication Request message is not responded, or the
UE receives the Authentication failure or Authentication reject
message.

A.3 Encryption Mode Events


Table A-3 Description of encryption mode events

Event Name Description

SecurityModeReq The Security Mode Command appears in the signaling procedure


SecurityModeSuc z The Security Mode Command appears in the signaling procedure.
z The Security Mode Complete message rather than the Security
Mode Fail message appears in the signaling procedure.
SecurityModeFail z The UE receives the Security Mode Command message.
z The UE receives the Security Mode Failure message.
Or
The UE does not receive the Security Mode Complete message
within the waiting timeout.

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A.4 Authentication Encryption Events


Table A-4 describes the authentication encryption events.

Table A-4 Description of authentication encryption events


Event Name Description

AuthenCipherReq Authentication AND Ciphering REQ


AuthenCipherSuc z Authentication AND Ciphering REQ
z The Authentication AND Ciphering Resp message appears.
AuthenCipherFail z The UE receives the Authentication AND Ciphering REQ message.
z The UE receives the Authentication AND Ciphering REJ message
or Authentication AND Ciphering Failure message, or does not
receives the Authentication AND Ciphering Resp message within
the waiting timeout.

A.5 Radio Bearer Setup Events


The radio bearer setup refers to the setup of service channel corresponding to the air interface.
The network side corresponds to the radio access bearer (RAB).
Table A-5 describes the radio bearer events.

Table A-5 Description of radio bearer events


Event Name Description

RBSetupReq The UE receives Radio Bearer Setup message


RBSetupSuc The UE sends Radio Bearer Setup Complete message.
RBSetupFail z The UE receives Radio Bearer Setup message.
z The UE sends Radio Bearer Setup Failure or does not send the
Radio Bearer Setup Complete message within the waiting timeout.

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A.6 Call Connection Events


Table A-6 describes the call connection events.

Table A-6 Description of call connection events


Event Name Description

PagingType 1 The UE receives the Paging Type1 message whose cause


value is Terminating Conversational Call, Terminating
Streaming Call, Terminating Interactive Call, or Terminating
Background Call.
PagingType 2 The UE receives the Paging Type2 message whose cause
value is Terminating Conversational Call.
OutgoingCallAttempt The RRC connection request is setup and the cause value is
originatingConversationalCall. For a concurrent service,
when the CM Service or CallProceeding request is received,
this event also occurs.
IncomingCallResponsed Paging Response or Call confirm message received by UE,
which is regarded as a called request
CMServiceReq CM Service Request
CMServiceAcpt CM Service Accept
CMServiceReqRej CM Service Abort or CM Service Reject
GSMDataServiceDropped The UE receives RRC = Disconnected and is not in the
process of the inter-system handover in PS domain where the
RRC is disconnected. Or the RRCAbnormalRel event occurs.
Or the UE receives the Deactivation PDP Context Request
message whose cause value is not regular deactivation.
CallSetupFail The RRC reports that the RRC status is Disconnected.
The UE receives the master information block message, or
the system information type1 message, or the system
information type2 message from L3.
OutgoingCallAlerting Alerting
Direction = Outgoing
IncomingCallAlerting Alerting
Direction = Incoming
OutgoingCallAnswered The UE receives the Connect message.
Or the UE receives the Connect Acknowledge (NAS)
message.
IutgoingCallAnswered The UE receives the Connect message.
Or the UE receives the Connect Acknowledge (NAS) message
OutgoingCallDisconnected Disconnect (NAS)
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CallDropped The following messages are not received in the service state:
z Disconnected
z Release
z Release Complete
CallCompleted Disconnect message is received
Or Release message is received
Or Release Complete message is received
DataServiceReq Service Request
CMServiceRej Service Reject
DataServiceAcpt Service Accept
DataServiceSetupFail PDP Activation Fail, Release, or the RRC state is switched
over to RRC Disconnected.
DataServiceDropped In the dedicated status, the UE receives the Disconnected
message that is in the RRC State, or the RRCAbnormalRel
event occurs, or the UE receives the Deactivation PDP
Context Request message whose cause value is not regular
deactivation.
DataServiceCompleted DEACTIVATE PDP CONTEXT Accept whose cause value is
regular deactivation or RRC Connection Release whose cause
value is user inactivity.

A.7 GMM Events


Table A-7 describes the GMM events.

Table A-7 Description of GMM events


Event Name Description

AttachSuc After the Attach Request message is received, the UE receives


the Attach Accept, or Attach Complete message.
AttachFail After the UE receives the Attach Reject or Attach Request
message, it does not receive the Attach Accept or Attach
Complete message within the waiting timeout.
Detach The UE receives the Detach Request message.
RAUpdateReq Routing Area Update Request
RAUpdateSuc Routing Area Update Accept or Routing Area Update
Complete

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RAUpdateFail The UE receives the Routing Area Update Reject message, or


does not receive any responding message within the waiting
timeout.

A.8 SM Events
Table A-8 describes the session management (SM) events.

Table A-8 Description of SM events

Event Name Description

PDPActivationReq ACTIVATE PDP CONTEXT REQUEST


PDPActivationSuc ACTIVATE PDP CONTEXT ACCEPT
PDPActivationFail Activate PDP Context Request
ACTIVATE PDP CONTEXT REJECT received within 15s
or Activate PDP context Accept not received 15s later
PDPDeactivation DEACTIVATE PDP CONTEXT ACCEPT
ModifyPDPContextRequest MODIFY_PDP_CONTEXT_REQUEST received

A.9 MM Events
Table A-9 describes the mobility management (MM) events.

Table A-9 Description of MM events

Event Name Description

LAUpdateReq Location Updating Request


LAUpdateSuc Location Updating Accept
LAUpdateFail The UE receives the Location Updating Reject message, or
does not receive any responding message within the timeout.

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A.10 Handover Events


Table A-10 describes the handover events.

Table A-10 Description of handover events


Event Name Description

SoftHOFail The UE receives the ActiveSet Update Failure message.


Event1A The UE receives the Measurement Report 1A message.
Event2A The UE receives the Measurement Report 2A message.
Event3A The UE receives the Measurement Report 3A message.
Event1B The UE receives the Measurement Report 1B message.
Event2B The UE receives the Measurement Report 2B message.
Event3B The UE receives the Measurement Report 3B message.
Event1C The UE receives the Measurement Report 1C message.
Event2C The UE receives the Measurement Report 2C message.
Event3C The UE receives the Measurement Report 3C message.
Event1D The UE receives the Measurement Report 1D message.
Event2D The UE receives the Measurement Report 2D message.
Event3D The UE receives the Measurement Report 3D message.
Event1E The UE receives the Measurement Report 1E message.
Event2E The UE receives the Measurement Report 2E message.
Event1F The UE receives the Measurement Report 1F message.
Event2F The UE receives the Measurement Report 2F message.
Event1J The UE receives the Measurement Report 1J message.
MEASURE_CONTROL The UE receives the Measurement Control signaling.
ACTIVESET_UPDATE The UE receives the ActiveSet Update signaling.
ACTIVESET_UPDATE_ The UE receives the Active Set Update Complete signaling.
COMPLETE
PHYSICAL_CHANNEL_ The UE receives the Physical Channel Reconfiguration
RECONFIG signaling.
PhChannelRecfgSuc physical channel reconfiguration success
PhChannelRecfgFail PhysicalChannelReconfiguration
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TrChannelRecfgSuc Transport Channel Reconfiguration


Transport Channel Reconfiguration Complete
TrChannelRecfgFail Transport Channel Reconfiguration
Transport Channel Reconfiguration Fail
RBReconfig Radio Bearer Reconfiguration
RBReconfigSuc Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Complete
RBReconfigFail Radio Bearer Reconfiguration
Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Fail
RBRelease Radio Bearer Release
Radio Bearer Release Complete
RBReleaseFail Radio Bearer Release
Radio Bearer Release Fail
IntraFreqHHOSuc The UE receives one of the following messages from the
network side:
z RADIO BEARER RECONFIGURATION
z TRANSPORT CHANNEL RECONFIGURATION
z PHYSICAL CHANNEL RECONFIGURATION
This event does not occur if the message contains the
information about compression mode information. If the
UARFCN DL of the cell FrequencyInfo is the same as the
ARFCN of the current active set, or the UARFCN DL in the
cell FrequencyInfo does not contain the UARFCN DL
information, and the primary scrambling code of the cell
Primary Common Pilot Channel (CPICH) info is not in the
current active set, and the UE responds to the corresponding
complete message,
z RADIO BEARER RECONFIGURATION COMPLETE
z TRANSPORT CHANNEL RECONFIGURATION
COMPLETE
z PHYSICAL CHANNEL RECONFIGURATION
COMPLETE
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IntraFreqHHOFail The UE receives on of the following messages from the


network side:
z RADIO BEARER RECONFIGURATION
z TRANSPORT CHANNEL RECONFIGURATION
z PHYSICAL CHANNEL RECONFIGURATION
If the UARFCN DL of the FrequencyInfo is the same as the
ARFCN in the current active set, or the downlink ARFCN in
the FrequencyInfo does not contain the UARFCN DL
information, the primary scrambling code of the cell Primary
CPICH info is not in the current active set, and the UE
responds to the corresponding failure message,
z RADIO BEARER RECONFIGURATION FAILURE
z TRANSPORT CHANNEL RECONFIGURATION
FAILURE
z PHYSICAL CHANNEL RECONFIGURATION FAILURE
or if the UE does not receive the corresponding success or
failure message in the fixed time, the events are the
intra-frequency hard handover failure events.
InterFreqHHOSuc The UE receives on of the following messages from the
network side:
z RADIO BEARER RECONFIGURATION
z TRANSPORT CHANNEL RECONFIGURATIO
z PHYSICAL CHANNEL RECONFIGURATION
If the UARFCN DL in the FrequencyInfo is different from the
ARFCN in the current active set and the UE responds to the
corresponding complete message,
z RADIO BEARER RECONFIGURATION COMPLETE
z TRANSPORT CHANNEL RECONFIGURATION
COMPLETE
z PHYSICAL CHANNEL RECONFIGURATION
COMPLETE
The events are the inter-frequency hard handover success
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InterFreqHHOFail The UE receives on of the following messages from the


network side:
z RADIO BEARER RECONFIGURATION
z TRANSPORT CHANNEL RECONFIGURATION
z PHYSICAL CHANNEL RECONFIGURAT
If the UARFCN DL in the FrequencyInfo is different from the
ARFCN in the current active set and the UE responds to the
corresponding failure message,
z RADIO BEARER RECONFIGURATION FAILURE
z TRANSPORT CHANNEL RECONFIGURATION
FAILURE
z PHYSICAL CHANNEL RECONFIGURATION FAILURE
or, if the UE does not receive the corresponding success or
failure message in the fixed time, the events are the
inter-frequency hard handover failure events.
CSConnectionHO2Gto3G Inter System to UMTS Terrestrial radio access network
Attempt (UTRAN) Handover Command
CSConnectionHO2Gto3G Inter System to UTRAN Handover Command
Suc Handover to UTRAN Complete (UL_DCCH)
3Gto2GReselection The UE switches from the Idle status in WCDMA mode to
the Idle status in GSM mode and receives the Location
Update Accept message.
2Gto3GReselection The UE switches from the Idle status in GSM mode to the Idle
status in WCDMA mode and receives the Location Update
Accept message.
CellReselection2Gto3G The UE switches from the Idle status in GSM mode to the Idle
status in WCDMA mode and receives the Location Update
Accept message.
CellReselectionConnectM The UE receives the Cell Reselection cause message.
ode
PSConnectionHO3Gto2G Cell Change Order From UTRAN
Attempt
PSConnectionHO3Gto2G (1) Cell Change Order From UTRAN
Suc (2) Routing Area Update Accept

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A.11 GSM Events


Table A-11 describes the GSM events.

Table A-11 Description of GSM events


Event Name Description

GSMCallAttempt The UE receives the SETUP(NAS) message, CALL


PROCEEDING message, CALL CONFIRMED(NAS)
message, CM Service Reque (NAS) message, CM Service
Accept(NAS) message, or Paging Response(NAS) message
after it receives the Channel Request message.
GSMCallSetupFail The UE receives the Disconnect message whose cause value
is not user busy, normal unspecified, or normal call
clearing, or receives the Abort message, CM Service Reject
message, Release message, or Assignment Reject message,
or the message indicating that the MS is in Idle status.
GSMAssignmentSuc The UE receives the ASSIGNMENT
COMPLETE(UL_DCCH) or ALTERTING(NAS)(UL OR
DL) message after it receives the ASSIGNMENT
COMMAND(DL_DCCH) message.
GSMAssignmentFail The UE receives the ASSIGNMENT
FAILURE(RR)(UL_DCCH) message after it receives the
ASSIGNMENT COMMAND(RR)(DL_DCCH) message.
GSMLateAssignmentSuc Alerting (NAS)
Assignment Command (RR) (DL_DCCH)
Assignment Complete (RR) (UP_DCCH)
GSMLateAssignmentFail Alerting (NAS)
Assignment Command (RR) (DL_DCCH)
Assignment Failure (RR) (UP_DCCH)
GSMCallAnswered The UE receives the Connect (NAS) message.
Alternatively, the UE receives the Connect Acknowledge
(NAS) message.
GSMCallCompleted The UE receives the Disconnect (NAS), Release, or Release
Complete message.
GSMCallDropped The UE receives the SYSTEM INFORMATON
TYPE1-TYPE4(RR)(BCCH), PAGING REQUEST
TYPE1(RR)(DL_CCCH), or CHANNEL RELEASE(NAS)
message.
GSMOutgoingCallAlerting The UE receives the Alerting (NAS) message whose
direction is outgoing.
GSMIngoingCallAlerting The UE receives the Alerting (NAS) message whose
direction is incoming.
GSMCallBlocked The channel release appears

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GSMAccessAttempt The channel request message appears.


GSMAccessFailure The Immediate Assignment Reject message appears.
GSMCallSetup One of the following signaling is received:
z Alerting
z Connect
z Connect Ack
z Disconnect whose cause value is Normal
(Cause value of Normal is unassigned or unallocated
number, user busy, no user responding, user alerting no
answer, invalid number format incomplete number, normal
unspecified, destination out of order, or normal call
clearing)
GSMHandoverSuc The Handover Complete signaling appears once.
GSMHandoverFail The Handover Failure signaling appears once.
GSMHandoverIntracellSuc Intra-cell handover: The Handover Complete message
appears in five seconds after the Handover command is
displayed.
Assignment mode: The Assignment complete message
appears in five seconds after the Assignment command
message of the intra-cell handover is displayed.
GSMHandoverIntracellFail The Assignment command determines that the handover is
an intra-cell one and the UE receives the Assignment Failure
message within five seconds.
GPRSCellReselection The cell senses [0x51FA]GPRS GRR State whose content is
GRR_STATE=4 – CELL RESELECTION.
The cell senses [0x51FA]GPRS GRR State whose content is
GRR_STATE=2 – CAMPED.
It indicates that the cell reselection is successful.

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A.12 HSDPA Events


Table A-12 describes the HSDPA events.

Table A-12 Description of HSDPA events


Event Name Description

H2HIntraFreqCellC The UE receives the Physical Channel Reconfiguration message


hangeSuc from the network side. In this message, there are one or multiple
links on the dl InformationPerRL List cell. Among these links, one
link is Serving Downlink Shared Channel (HS-DSCH) radio link
indicator is TRUE. The primary scrambling code of this link is
obtained and other links are FALSE.
The UE sends a Physical Channel Reconfiguration Complete
message to the network side.
H2R99IntraFreqSH The UE receives the Radio bearer reconfiguration message from
OSuc the network side. In this message, there are one or multiple links on
the dl InformationPerRL List cell. Among these links, one link is
Serving HS-DSCH radio link indicator is FALSE. The deleted
scrambling code contains that of the original HS-DSCH serving cell
and the current number of activated scrambling codes is greater than
two.
The UE sends the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Complete message
to the network side. (This message can be omitted in the decision
conditions.)
The UE receives the ActiveSet Update message from the network
side. The deleted scrambling code contains that of the original
HS-DSCH serving cell.
The UE sends the Active Set Update Complete message to the
network side.
H2R99IntraFreqHH The UE receives the Radio bearer Reconfiguration message from
OSuc the network side. In this message, there are one or multiple links on
the dl InformationPerRL List cell. The Serving HS-DSCH radio link
indicator of one link is FALSE. The deleted scrambling code
package contains that of the original HS-DSCH serving cell. In
addition, there is one activated scrambling code.
The UE sends the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Complete message
to the network side.
The UE receives the physical channel reconfiguration message
from the network side. In this message, there are one or multiple
links on the dl InformationPerRL List cell. The Serving HS-DSCH
radio link indicator of all links are FALSE.
The UE sends the Physical Channel Reconfiguration Complete
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R992HIntraFreqSH The UE receives the Radio bearer reconfiguration message from


OSuc the network side. In this message, there are one or multiple links on
the dl InformationPerRL List cell. The Serving HS-DSCH radio link
indicator of one link is True. In addition, the current number of
activated scrambling codes is at least two.
The UE sends a Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Complete message
to the network side.
R992HIntraFreqHH The UE receives the physical channel reconfiguration message
OSuc from the network side. In this message, there are one or multiple
links on the dl InformationPerRL List cell. The Serving HS-DSCH
radio link indicator of all links are FALSE.
The UE sends the Physical Channel Reconfiguration Complete
message to the network side.
The UE receives the Radio bearer reconfiguration message from
the network side. In this message, there are one or multiple links on
the dl InformationPerRL List cell. The Serving HS-DSCH radio link
indicator of one link is TRUE. In addition, there is one activated
scrambling code.
The UE sends the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Complete message
to the network side.
H2GHHOSuc The UE receives the Cell Change Order from UTRAN message.
The UE receives the Routing Area Update Accept message from the
UTRAN.
H2HIntraFreqCellC The UE receives the Physical Channel Reconfiguration message
hangeFail from the network side. In this message, there are one or multiple
links on the dl InformationPerRL List cell. Among these links, the
Serving HS-DSCH radio link indicator is TRUE. The primary
scrambling code of this link is obtained and other links are FALSE.
The UE does not send the Physical Channel Reconfiguration
Complete message.
H2R99IntraFreqSH The UE receives the Radio bearer Reconfiguration message from
OFail the network side. In this message, there are one or multiple links on
the dl InformationPerRL List cell. Among these links, one link is
Serving HS-DSCH radio link indicator is FALSE. The deleted
scrambling code contains that of the original HS-DSCH serving cell
and the current number of activated scrambling codes is greater than
two.
The UE does not send the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Complete
message to the network side.

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H2R99IntraFreqHH The UE receives the Radio bearer Reconfiguration message from


OFail the network side. In this message, there are one or multiple links on
the dl InformationPerRL List cell. The serving HS-DSCH radio link
indicator of one link is FALSE. The deleted scrambling code
package contains that of the original HS-DSCH serving cell. In
addition, there is one activated scrambling code.
The UE sends the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Complete message
to the network side.
The UE receives the physical channel reconfiguration message
from the network side. In this message, there are one or multiple
links on the dl InformationPerRL List cell. The serving HS-DSCH
radio link indicator of all links are FALSE.
The UE sends the Physical Channel Reconfiguration Failed
message to the network side, or the UE does not send a Physical
Channel Reconfiguration Complete message to the network side
within five seconds.
R992HIntraFreqSH The UE receives the Radio bearer Reconfiguration message from
OFail the network side. In this message, there are one or multiple links on
the dl InformationPerRL List cell. The serving HS-DSCH radio link
indicator of one link is TRUE. In addition, there are at least two
activated scrambling codes.
The UE sends the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Complete message
to the network side.
R992HIntraFreqHH The UE receives the physical channel reconfiguration message
OFail from the network side. In this message, there are one or multiple
links on the dl InformationPerRL List cell. The serving HS-DSCH
radio link indicator of all links are FALSE.
The UE sends the Physical Channel Reconfiguration Complete
message to the network side.
The UE receives the Radio bearer reconfiguration message from
the network side. In this message, there are one or multiple links on
the dl InformationPerRL List cell. The serving HS-DSCH radio link
indicator of one link is TRUE. In addition, there is one activated
scrambling code.
The UE does not send the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Complete
message to the network side, or the UE sends the Radio Bearer
Reconfiguration Fail message to the network side.
H2GHHOFail The UE receives the Cell Change Order from UTRAN message.
The UE receives the system information that should not be received
in DCH state from the network side, the UE receives the GSM
system message in the idle status from the network side, or the UE
sends the Cell Change order from UTRAN Fail message to the
network side.

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H2HInterFreqCellC In the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration, Radio Bearer Setup, Physical


hangeSuc Channel Reconfiguration messages before the Physical Channel
Reconfiguration message, the cell Downlink information per radio
link list contains one or multiple links. The serving HS-DSCH radio
link indicator of a certain link is TRUE and the primary scrambling
code of this link is obtained. The Serving HS-DSCH radio link
indicatos of other links are FALSE.
In the PHYSICAL CHANNEL RECONFIGURATION message, the
Downlink information per radio link list cell contains only one link.
When the serving HS-DSCH radio link indicator of the IE Downlink
information for each radio link is TRUE, the primary scrambling
code of the link changes. The IE FREQUENCY INFO finds that this
ARFCN is different from that in the active set. Then, the UE reports
the Physical Channel Reconfiguration Complete message. Thus, the
H2HInterFreqCellChangeSuc event occurs.
H2HInterFreqCellC In the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration, Radio Bearer Setup, Physical
hangeFail Channel Reconfiguration messages before the Physical Channel
Reconfiguration message, the cell Downlink information per radio
link list contains one or multiple links. The serving HS-DSCH radio
link indicator of a certain link is TRUE and the primary scrambling
code of this link is obtained. The Serving HS-DSCH radio link
indicator of other links are FALSE.
In the PHYSICAL CHANNEL RECONFIGURATION message, the
Downlink information per radio link list contains only one link.
When the serving HS-DSCH radio link indicator of the IE Downlink
information for each radio link is TRUE, the primary scrambling
code of the link changes. The IE FREQUENCY INFO finds that this
ARFCN is different from that in the active set. Then, the UE reports
the PHYSICAL CHANNEL RECONFIGURATION FAILURE
message. Thus, the H2HInterFreqCellChangeFail event occurs.
H2R99InterFreqHH In the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration, Radio Bearer Setup, Physical
OSuc Channel Reconfiguration messages before the Radio Bearer
Reconfiguration message, the cell Downlink information per radio
link list contains one or multiple links. The serving HS-DSCH radio
link indicator of a certain link is TRUE.
In the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration message, the serving
HS-DSCH radio link indicator of a link in the cell Downlink
information per radio link list changes from TRUE to FALSE and
the primary scrambling code does not change. The UE reports the
Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Complete message later.
In the later PHYSICAL CHANNEL RECONFIGURATION message,
the Downlink information per radio link list contains one link and
the primary scrambling code of this link is different from that of the
link whose serving HS-DSCH radio link indicator is TRUE. The IE
FREQUENCY INFO shows that the ARFCN is inconsistent with
that in the active set. Then, the UE reports the PHYSICAL
CHANNEL RECONFIGURATION COMPLETE message.

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H2R99InterFreqHH In the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration, Radio Bearer Setup, Physical


OFail Channel Reconfiguration messages before the Radio Bearer
Reconfiguration message, the cell Downlink information per radio
link list contains one or multiple links. The serving HS-DSCH radio
link indicator of a certain link is TRUE.
In the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration message, the serving
HS-DSCH radio link indicator of a link in the cell Downlink
information per radio link list changes from TRUE to FALSE and
the Primary Scrambling Code does not change. The UE reports the
Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Failure message later.
In the later Physical Channel Reconfiguration message, the
Downlink information per radio link list contains one link and the
primary scrambling code of this link is different from that of the
link whose serving HS-DSCH radio link indicator is TURE. The IE
FREQUENCY INFO shows that the frequency is inconsistent with
that in the active set. The UE reports the Physical Channel
Reconfiguration Failure message later.
R992HInterFreqHH In the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration, Radio Bearer Setup, Physical
OSuc Channel Reconfiguration messages before the Physical Channel
Reconfiguration message, the cell Downlink information per radio
link list contains one or multiple links. The serving HS-DSCH radio
link indicator of a certain link is False.
In the PHYSICAL CHANNEL RECONFIGURATION message, the
cell Downlink information per radio link list contains only one link
containing the Primary Scrambling Code and serving HS-DSCH
radio link indicator. The serving HS-DSCH radio link indicator of
this link is FALSE. The primary scrambling code of this link, which
is different from that in 1, is obtained. The FRQUENCY INFO
shows that the ARFCN is inconsistent with that in the active set.
In the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration message, the serving
HS-DSCH radio link indicator of a link in the cell Downlink
information per radio link list changes from FALSE to TRUE and
the primary scrambling code does not change. The UE sends the
Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Complete message later.

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R992HInterFreqHH In the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration, Radio Bearer Setup, Physical


OFail Channel Reconfiguration messages before the Physical Channel
Reconfiguration message, the cell Downlink information per radio
link list contains one or multiple links. The serving HS-DSCH radio
link indicator of a certain link is FALSE.
In the Physical Channel Reconfiguration message, the cell
Downlink information per radio link list contains only one link,
which contains the primary scrambling code and serving HS-DSCH
radio link indicator. The serving HS-DSCH radio link indicator of
this link is FALSE. The primary scrambling code of this link, which
is different from that in 1, is obtained. The IE FREQUENCY INFO
shows that the frequency is inconsistent with that in the active set.
In the RADIO BEARER RECONFIGURATION message, the
serving HS-DSCH radio link indicator of a link in the cell Downlink
information per radio link list changes from FALSE to TRUE and
the Primary Scrambling Code does not change. The UE sends the
Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Failure message.

A.13 Inter-Rat Events


The inter-system events refer to the flow of the inter-rat handover events and the inter-system
cell reselection events.
Table A-13 describes the procedures of the inter-rat handover events and the inter-system cell
reselection events.

Table A-13 Description of the inter-rat handover events and the inter-system cell reselection
events

Event Name Description

CSConnectionHO2Gto3GAttempt The UE is in GSM mode and receives the (GSM RR


DL_DCCH) INTER SYSTEM TO UTRAN
HANDOVER COMMAND message.
CSConnectionHO2Gto3GSuc After the CS Connection HO 2G to 3G Attempt
event occurs, the UE receives the (RRC UL_DCCH)
Handover to UTRAN Complete message.
CSConnctionHO2Gto3GFail After the CS Connection HO 2G to 3G Attempt
event occurs, the UE receives the HANDOVER
FAILURE message or does not receive the
Handover to UTRAN Complete message.
CSConnectionHO3Gto2GAttempt The service state is InCall or InConCurSvc and the
UE receives the (RRC DL_DCCH) Handover From
UTRAN Command-GSM message.

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CSConnectionHO3Gto2GSuc After the CS Connection HO 3G to 2G Attempt


event occurs, the UE receives the (RRC UL DCCH)
Handover From UTRAN Failure message or does
not receive the Handover Complete message.
PSConnectionHO3Gto2GAttempt The UE is in the InConCurSvc or InData mode and
receives the (RRC DL_DCCH) Cell Change Order
From UTRAN message.
PSConnectionHO3Gto2GSuc After the PS Connection HO 3G to 2G Attempt
event occurs, the UE receives the (NAS GMM)
Routing Area Update Accept message.
PSConnectionHO3Gto2GFail After the PSConnectionHO3Gto2GAttempt event
occurs, the UE receives the (RRC DL_DCCH) Cell
Change Order From UTRAN Failure message
within 40 seconds. Alternatively, the UE does not
receive the Routing Area Update Accept message,
the GSM RR message, or the RRC system message.
PSConnectionHO2Gto3GAttempt The UE is in GSM mode and in GSM InData mode.
The UE receives the Routing Area Update Request
(GMM) message, and then receives the RRC
Connection Request message within 40 seconds.
The cause value is Inter-Rat Cell reselection or
Inter-RAT cell change order.
PSConnectionHO2Gto3GSuc After the PS Connection HO 2G to 3G Attempt
event occurs, the UE receives the Routing Area
Update Complete message.
PSConnectionHO2Gto3GFail After the PSConnectionHO2Gto3GAttempt event
occurs, the UE does not receive the Routing Area
Update Reject message within the timeout.
CellReselection3Gto2G When the service state is not InCall, InConCurSvc,
or InData, the UE receives the Location Update
Accept message after the WtoGIdle event.
CellReselection2Gto3G The UE is in GSM mode and is not in the
gsm_call_connect or GSMInData mode. After the
GtoWIdle event occurs, the UE receives the
Location Update Accept message.

A.14 SMS Events


The SMS is short for short message service. The service flow of SMS can be classified into:
z SMS mobile originating
z SMS mobile terminating

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Table A-14 describes the SMS events.

Table A-14 Description of SMS events


Event Name Description

SMSMOAttempt The UE sends the RRC Connection Request message whose IE


establishment cause is OriginatingLowPrioritySignalling. In
addition, the CM service type in the CM Service Request
message is short message service.
SMSMOAttComplete After the SMSMOAttempt event occurs, the UE sends the
CP-DATA message in the uplink, and then receives the CP-ACK
message in the downlink. The SMSMOAttComplete event
occurs when the UE receives the CP-ACK message.
SMSMOSuc After the SMSMOAttComplete event occurs, the UE receives
the CP-DATA message in the downlink, and then sends the
CP-ACK message in the uplink. The SMSMOSuc event occurs
when the UE sends the CP-ACK message.
SMSMOFail After the SMSMOAttComplete event occurs, the UE fails to
receive the CP-DATA message in the downlink, or the UE
receives the CP-DATA message in the downlink but does not
send the CP-ACK message in the uplink. The SMSMOFail
event occurs when the SMSMOAttComplete event occurs or
when the UE receives the CP-DATA message.
SMSMTAttempt The signaling service flow is similar to the CS incoming call
service flow. The UE receives the Paging Type 1 or Paging
Type 2 (for the concurrent service) message, and then it receives
the RRC Connect Request message. After the RRC connection is
set up, the UE sends the Paging Response message, and then
receives the CP-DATA message from the downlink.
SMSMTAttComplete After the SMSMTAttempt event occurs, the UE receives the
CP-DATA message in the downlink, and then sends the
CP-ACK message in the uplink. The SMSMTAttComplete
event occurs when the UE sends the CP-ACK message.
SMSMTSuc After the SMSMTAttComplete event occurs, the UE sends the
CP-DATA message in the uplink, and then receives the CP-ACK
message in the downlink. The SMSMTSuc event occurs when
the UE receives the CP-ACK message.
SMSMTFail After the SMSMTAttComplete event occurs, the UE fails to
send the CP-DATA message in the uplink, or the UE sends the
CP-DATA message in the uplink but it does not receive the
CP-ACK message in the downlink. The SMSMTFail event
occurs when the UE receives the CP-ACK message.

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A.15 Call Reconnection Analysis Mechanism


The Assistant supports the call reconnection analysis mechanism before and after the call
setup. Table A-15 describes the call reconnection analysis mechanism.

Table A-15 Description of call reconnection analysis mechanism

Event Name Description

LinkRestoreAttempt The UE state is InCall or InData, and the RRC state is


CELL_FACH. If multiple cell update messages appear
consecutively after the (UL CCCH) Cell Update message sent by
the UE is received within one minute, the Link Restore Attempt
event occurs when the UE receives the last Cell Update message.
The UE state switches from InCall or InData to CallRestore.
LinkRestoreSuc After the Link Restore Attempt event occurs, the UE receives the
Cell Update Confirm message and then reports the Physical
Channel Reconfiguration Complete message. Then, the RRC stats
transmits from CELL_FACH to CELL_DCH.
LinkRestoreFail After the Link Restore Attempt event occurs, the UE fails to
receive the Cell Update Confirm message. Alternatively, the UE
receives the Cell Update Confirm message but fails to send the
Physical Channel Reconfiguration Complete message within five
seconds.

A.16 HSUPA Events


Table A-16 describes the HSUPA events.

Table A-16 Description of HSUPA events


Event Name Description

CellChangeUtoUByS There are multiple links in the UE active set and one link is
HOAttempt connected to the E-DCK serving cell.
The UE receives the PHYSICAL CHANNEL
RECONFIGURATION message.
CellChangeUtoUByI If the UARFCN DL of the cell FrequencyInfo is the same as that of
ntraHHOAttempt the current active set, it indicates that the HSUPA update request
event triggered by intra-frequency hard handover occurs.
CellChangeUtoUByI If the UARFCN DL of the cell FrequencyInfo is different from that
nterHHOAttempt of the current active set, it indicates that the HSUPA update
request event triggered by inter-frequency hard handover occurs.

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Event Name Description

CellChangeUtoUByS The UE sends the Physical Channel Reconfiguration Complete,


HOSuc Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Complete, and Transport Channel
Reconfiguration Complete messages to the network side. If the
preceding messages do not contain the cell FrequencyInfo, it
indicates that the HSUPA serving cell update success event
triggered by soft handover occurs.
CellChangeUtoUByI The UE sends the Physical Channel Reconfiguration Complete,
ntraHHOSuc Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Complete, and Transport Channel
Reconfiguration Complete messages to the network side. If the
UARFCN DL in the cell FrequencyInfo is the same as that of the
current active set, it indicates that the HSUPA serving cell update
success event triggered by the intra-frequency hard handover
occurs.
CellChangeUtoUByI The UE sends the Physical Channel Reconfiguration Complete,
nterHHOSuc Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Complete, and Transport Channel
Reconfiguration Complete messages to the network side. If the
UARFCN DL in the cell FrequencyInfo is different from that of
the current active set, it indicates that the HSUPA serving cell
update success event triggered by the inter-frequency hard
handover occurs.
CellChangeUtoUByS The UE sends the Physical Channel Reconfiguration Failure,
HOFail Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Failure, and Transport Channel
Reconfiguration Failure messages to the network side. If the
preceding signaling does not contain the cell FrequencyInfo, it
indicates that the HSUPA serving cell update failure event
triggered by soft handover occurs.
CellChangeUtoUByI The UE sends the Physical Channel Reconfiguration Failure,
ntraHHOFail Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Failure, and Transport Channel
Reconfiguration Failure messages to the network side. If the
UARFCN DL in the cell FrequencyInfo is the same as that of the
current active set, it indicates that the HSUPA serving cell update
failure event triggered by the intra-frequency hard handover
occurs.
CellChangeUtoUByI The UE sends the Physical Channel Reconfiguration Failure,
nterHHOFail Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Failure, and Transport Channel
Reconfiguration Failure messages to the network side. If the
UARFCN DL in the cell FrequencyInfo is different from that of
the current active set, it indicates that the HSUPA serving cell
update failure event triggered by the inter-frequency hard
handover occurs.
PSConnectionHOUto The UE receives the Cell Change Order from UTRAN message.
GPRSAttempt
PSConnectionHOUto The UE receives the Cell Change Order from UTRAN message.
GPRSSuc The UE sends the Routing Area Update Accept Complete message
to the GPRS network.

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PSConnectionHOUto The UE receives the Cell Change Order from UTRAN message.
GPRSFail The UE receives the system message from the GSM or the
WCDMA network. The UE responds to the Cell Change Order
from UTRAN Failure message. The UE does not receive the
corresponding success or failure message within the fixed time (for
example, three seconds).
PSConnectionHOGP The UE sends the RRC Connection Setup Request message to the
RStoUSuc UTRAN. The UE sends the Routing Area Update Accept Complete
message to the UTRAN.
PSConnectionHOGP The UE sends the RRC Connection Setup Request message to the
RStoUFail UTRAN. The UE receives the system message from the GSM or
the WCDMA network. The UE receives the RRC Connection
Setup Failure message. The UE fails to receive the RRC
Connection Setup Response message. The UE receives the Routing
Area Update Failure message.
ChannelChangeInter There is one or multiple links in the active set and one link is
CellIntraFreEtoDAtte connected to the E-DCH.
mpt The UE receives the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration message from
the RNC.
ChannelChangeInter There are one or more links in the active set and one link is
CellIntraFreEtoDSuc connected to the E-DCH. The UE receives the Radio Bearer
Reconfiguration message from the RNC. The UE sends the Radio
Bearer Reconfiguration Complete message to the SRNC.
ChannelChangeInter There are one or more links in the active set and one link is
CellIntraFreEtoDFail connected to the E-DCH. The UE receives the Radio Bearer
Reconfiguration message from the RNC. The UE sends the Radio
Bearer Reconfiguration Failure message to the SRNC.
ChannelChangeInter There are one or more links in the active set and one link is
CellInterFreEtoDAtte connected to the E-DCH. The UE receives the Radio Bearer
mpt Reconfiguration message from the RNC.
ChannelChangeInter There are one or more links in the active set and one link is
CellInterFreEtoDSuc connected to the E-DCH. The UE receives the Radio Bearer
Reconfiguration message from the RNC. The UE sends the Radio
Bearer Reconfiguration Complete message to the SRNC.
ChannelChangeInter There are one or more links in the active set and one link is
CellInterFreEtoDFail connected to the E-DCH. The UE receives the Radio Bearer
Reconfiguration message from the RNC. The UE sends the Radio
Bearer Reconfiguration Failure message to the SRNC.
ChannelChangeIntra There are one or more links in the active set and one link is
CellEtoDAttempt connected to the E-DCH. The UE receives the Radio Bearer
Reconfiguration message from the RNC.
ChannelChangeIntra There are one or more links in the active set and one link is
CellEtoDSuc connected to the E-DCH. The UE receives the Radio Bearer
Reconfiguration message from the RNC. The UE sends the Radio
Bearer Reconfiguration Complete message to the SRNC.

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Event Name Description

ChannelChangeIntra There are one or more links in the active set and one link is
CellEtoDFail connected to the E-DCH. The UE receives the Radio Bearer
Reconfiguration message from the RNC. The UE sends the Radio
Bearer Reconfiguration Failure message to the SRNC.
ChannelChangeIntra There are one or more links in the active set and all the links are
CellDtoEAttempt R99 links.
The UE receives the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration message from
the RNC.
ChannelChangeIntra There are one or multiple links in the active set and all the links are
CellDtoESuc R99 links.
The UE receives the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration message from
the RNC. The UE sends the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration
Complete message to the SRNC.
ChannelChangeIntra There are one or more links in the active set and all the links are
CellDtoEFail R99 links.
The UE receives the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration message from
the RNC. The UE sends the Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Failure
message to the SRNC.
ChannelChangeEtoF The UE has one or more links in the recent active set and one link
Attempt is in the E-DCH serving cell. The UE receives the Physical
Channel Reconfiguration message from the network side.
ChannelChangeEtoF The UE has one or more links in the recent active set and one link
Suc is in the E-DCH serving cell. The UE receives the Physical
Channel Reconfiguration message from the network side. The UE
sends the PHYSICAL Channel Reconfiguration Complete message
to the network side.
ChannelChangeEtoF The UE has one or multiple links in the recent active set and one
Fail link is the E-DCH serving cell.
The UE receives the Physical Channel Reconfiguration message
from the network side.
The UE sends the PHYSICAL CHANNEL RECONFIGURATION
FAILURE message to the network side. Alternatively, the UE does
not receive the corresponding success or failure message within
the fixed time (for example, three seconds).
ChannelChangeFtoE The UE has one or multiple links in the recent active set and one
Attempt link is in the FACH status. The UE receives the Physical Channel
Reconfiguration message from the network side.
ChannelChangeFtoE The UE has one or multiple links in the most recent active set and
Suc one link is in the FACH status.
The UE receives the Physical Channel Reconfiguration message
from the network side.
The UE sends the Physical Channel Reconfiguration Complete
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Event Name Description

ChannelChangeFtoE The UE has one or multiple links in the recent active set and one
Fail link is in the FACH status.
The UE receives the Physical Channel Reconfiguration message
from the network side.
The UE sends the Physical Channel Reconfiguration Failure
message to the network side. Alternatively, the UE fails to receive
the corresponding success or failure message within the fixed time
(for example, three seconds).

A.17 System Events


Table A-17 describes the System events.

Table A-17 Description of System events


Event Name Description

GPS Connected GPS device connected attempt


GPS Disconnected GPS device disconnected
UE Connected UE connected
UE Disconnected UE disconnected
Scanner Connected Scanner connected
Scanner Scanner disconnected
Disconnected
Ping Success Ping success
Ping Timeout Ping timeout
RAS Dial Dial up connection
RAS Error Dial up error
RAS Hangup Dial up disconnected
Test Stop Test stopped

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B Acronyms and Abbreviations

A
ACK ACKnowledgement
AMR Adaptive MultiRate
ARFCN Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number

B
BCCH Broadcast Control Channel
BCH Broadcast Channel
BER Bit Error Rate
BSC Base Station Controller
BLER Block Error Rate

C
CCCH Common Control Channel
CDF Cumulative Distribution Function
CDMA Code Division Multiple Access
CE Channel Element
CGI Cell Global Identification
CI Cell Identity
CIO Cell Individual Offset
CM Call Management
CPICH Common Pilot Channel
CQI Channel Quality Indicator
CRC Cyclic Redundancy Check

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CS Circuit Service

D
DCCH Dedicated Control Channel
DCH Dedicated Channel
DCS1800 Digital Cellular System at 1800MHz
DL Downlink
DPCCH Dedicated Physical Control Channel
DPDCH Dedicated Physical Data Channel
DSCH Downlink Shared Channel
DT Drive Test
DTX Discontinuous Transmission

E
ESN Electronic Serial Number

F
FACH Forward Access Channel
FER Frame Error Rate
FTP File Transfer Protocol

G
GSM Global System for Mobile communication
GPRS General Packet Radio Service
GMM GPRS Mobility Management
GPS Global Position System

H
HARQ Hybrid Automatic Repeat Request
HHO Hard Handoff
HO Handoff
HTTP Hyper Text Transport Protocol
HSDPA High Speed Downlink Packet Access

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HSUPA High Speed Uplink Packet Access

I
IMSI International Mobile Subscriber Identity
ISCP Interference Signal Code Power
ID Identity

K
KPI Key Performance Indicator

L
L3 Layer3
LAC Location Area Code

M
MA Mobile Agent
MDM Mobile Data Modem
MOS Mean Opinion Sore
MM Mobility Management
MMS Multimedia Service
MAC Medium Access Control
MS Mobile Station
MT Mobile Terminal

N
NAS Non-Access Stratum
NACK Negative ACKnowledgement

P
PBCCH Packet Broadcast Control Channel
PCS Personal Communication System
PDF Probability Distribution Function
PDP Packet Data Protocol

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PDU Protocol Data Unit


PN Pseudo-random Number
PS Packet Service
PSC Primary Scrambling Code

Q
QPSK Quadrature Phase Shift Keying

R
RAB Radio Access Bearer
RAC Routing Area Code
RB Radio Bearer
RF Radio Frequency
RLC Radio Link Control
RLP Radio Link Protocol
RLT Radio Link Timeout
RNC Radio Network Controller
RR Radio Resource
RRC Radio Resource Control
RSCP Received Signal Code Power
RSSI Received Signal Strength Indicator
RTT Round-trip time
RxLev Received Signal Level
RxQual Received Signal Quality

S
SDU Service Data Unit
SHO Soft Handoff
SIR Signal-to-Interference Ratio
SMS Short Message Service

T
TA Timing Advance

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TBF Temporary Block Flow


TDF Time Distribution Function
TFI Transport Format Indicator
TMA Tower Mounted Amplifier
TxLev Transmission Signal Level

U
UE User Equipment
UL Uplink
UMTS Universal Mobile Telecommunications System
UP User Plane
UTRAN UMTS Terrestrial radio access network

V
VP Video Phone
VGA Video Graphics Adapters

W
WCDMA Wideband Code Division Multiple Access

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