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Nemo Outdoor

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Outdoor
(Load
Device Configuration Dialog)
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49

(CONFIGURATION MANAGER)
(Handler Information)
(User Interface)
- Notifications

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TCP/UDP (Iperf)
FTP
FTP
SFTP
SFTP
HTTP
(HTTP)
SMTP
WAP


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SMS CDMA

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(File)
(Edit)
(View)
(Measurement)
(Playback)
(Data)
(Window)
(Help)

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Windows Vista/Windows7

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(Dial-Up Connection).
(Dial-Up Connection).
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(Measurement Properties),
Properties),
2.
(Measurement
settings)


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(MeasurementProperties,
settings) (.
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2.
Open the Measurement
Measurement
settingsdialog
(see
Measurement
Properties

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.

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Measurement Settings).Please note that the selection is device-specific.


3.


PPP (


(Circuit-Switched
Data Call),

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(Data Call Properties) (. 116).


.
(Packet Session),

(Packet
Session
Settings)


(.
117).
,

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4.

(Selected
Data Protocol)

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(Supported Data Protocols): (. 129), FTP (.


1.
121), SFTP (. 124), HTTP (. 127), ICMP (. 167), POP3 (.
(Device Configuration) (. 66). (Trace)
131), SMTP (. 133), IMAP (. 137), TCP/UDP (Iperf) (. 119),
(Modem Ports)
(. 142), WAP (. 138) (. 140).
(Dial-Up Connection).
5. ICMP (ICMP Ping)
2. (Measurement Properties),
(Ping Settings),
(Measurement settings) (. 75). :
ICMP ( ) (. 167).
.
For circuit-switched
data
measurements,double-click
the Circuit-Switched
Data Call item
to
6.3.


SMS (Short Messaging
Service)
3.
Properties.
For packet-switched
calls,Settings),
double-click
the
Packet Session
item
defineData
Call

SMS (SMS data


Testing

(Circuit-Switched Data Call),


to define
Packet
SMS
(
SessionSettings.
) (. 152).
(Data Call Properties) (. 116).
Select a data
the SelectedData
Protocol
field.
Then define
properties
for
the selected
7.4.

-
MMS
(Multimedia

protocol

in

(Packet
Session),

data protocol
by double-clicking
the
respective
item
Supported
Data
Protocols:
Browsing
Messaging
Service)

MMSunder
(MMS
Settings),

(Packet Session
Settings)

(see Browser
Transfer
FTP TransferProperties),
(see
SFTP
Transfer

( Properties),FTP(see

SFTP
)
(.
156).

MMS

(. 117).
Properties),HTTP (see HTTP(S) Transfer Properties),ICMP Ping (see ICMP Ping),POP3 (see
8.

USSD (

),
4.


(Selected
Data Protocol)

Configuring the POP3 Protocol),SMTP (see Configuring the SMTP Protocol), IMAP (see

.

USSD (USSD
Message)

Configuring the IMAP Protocol),TCP/UDP (Iperf) (see TCP/UDP Protocol Configuration (Iperf)),

USSD
Message Settings)
(.
165).

(USSD


Trace Route (see Configuring the Trace Route Protocol), WAP (see Configuring the WAP
(Supported Data Protocols): (. 129), FTP (.
9.
OK.

Protocol),
or Streaming(see
Configuring
the
Streaming.
Protocol).
121), SFTP (. 124), HTTP (. 127), ICMP (. 167), POP3 (.
131), SMTP (. 133), IMAP (. 137), TCP/UDP (Iperf) (. 119),
(. 142), WAP (. 138) (. 140).
5. ICMP (ICMP Ping)
(Ping Settings),
ICMP ( ) (. 167).

Configuring the IMAP Protocol),TCP/UDP (Iperf) (see TCP/UDP Protocol Configuration (Iperf)),

(Modem

Trace Route
(see Ports)
Configuring
the Trace
Route Protocol),
WAP (see Configuring
the WAP
(Dial-Up
Protocol),Connection).
or Streaming(see Configuring the Streaming Protocol).
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Nemo
Outdoor
2. (Measurement
Properties),

(Measurement settings) (. 75). :


.
3.
(Circuit-Switched Data Call),
(Data Call Properties) (. 116).
(Packet Session),
(Packet Session Settings)
(. 117).
4. (Selected Data Protocol)
.

(Supported Data Protocols): (. 129), FTP (.
121), SFTP (. 124), HTTP (. 127), ICMP (. 167), POP3 (.
131), SMTP (. 133), IMAP (. 137), TCP/UDP (Iperf) (. 119),
(. 142), WAP (. 138) (. 140).

5.
To set up ICMP
Ping
measurements
(can be performed
simultaneously
with
data
5.


ICMP
(ICMP Ping)
the

measurements),
double-click
the ICMP
Ping
field and
define the
Ping Settings
(see
ICMP Ping).

(Ping
Settings),

ICMP ( ) (. 167).
6. SMS (Short Messaging Service)
SMS (SMS Testing Settings),
SMS ( ) (. 152).
7. - MMS (Multimedia
Messaging Service) MMS (MMS Settings),
MMS ( ) (. 156).
8. USSD ( ),
USSD (USSD Message)
USSD (USSD Message Settings) (. 165).
9. OK. .

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1. (Data)
.
( | (File | Open Workspace)),
(, , ..).
2. , Nemo Outdoor
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(Device script settings) .
(Script File)
(Script Editor).
3. ,
(Notifications) (. 60).
(Device
.
notification settings)
4. /
. Nemo Outdoor .
(Start/Stop Scripts)
,
, . (Stop)
, .
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MMS ,
.
(Measurement control)
6. (Stop)
, . Nemo Outdoor
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(Playback) .
(Rename), .
7. (Start
,
Playback) . (Pause)

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(. 330).

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Nemo Outdoor .
|
| cmd (Start | Run | cmd), Nemo Outdoor
| | (Properties | Shortcut
|Target) .

/W <workspace> Nemo Outdoor

/H <hw config>
Nemo Outdoor

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7,

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Finland Ltd.
Professional
Windows 7,
Outdoor
Windows XPAnite
Anite Finland Ltd.
Nemo Outdoor

:
Nemo
Outdoor


This
manual explains
how to
set up
and operate
the
Nemo
Outdoor
Air Interface Measurement Tool

:
Software developed by Anite Finland Ltd.
cdmaOne 450, 800,1900
CDMA2000
cdmaOne
800,1900
engineering tool for measuring and monitoring the air interface of digital
Nemo 450,
Outdoor
is a portable
1xEVDO
1xEV-DO
CDMA2000
networks. The supported network standards are:
AMPS
1xEV-DO
cdmaOne 450, 800,1900 MHz
DVB-H
AMPS
CDMA2000
EGPRS
DVB-H
GSM1xEVDO
850, 900, 1800, 1900
EGPRS
AMPS
GPRS850, 900, 1800, 1900
GSM
DVB-H
HSDPA
GPRS
EGPRS
HSUPA
HSDPA
GSM 850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz
HSPA+
HSUPA
GPRS
LTE
HSPA+
HSDPA
TD-SCDMA
LTE
HSUPA
TETRA
TD-SCDMA
iDENHSPA+
TETRA
LTE
UMTS
( FDD)
iDEN
TD-SCDMA
WiMAX
UMTS
( FDD)
TETRA
WiMAX
Nemo
Outdoor
iDEN

.
Nemo Outdoor

Nemo
Outdoor


UMTS
(FDD
mode)
(WiMAX

GPS-)

. Nemo
Outdoor

( GPS-) .
Nemo
Outdoor
is
an
effective
tool
for
tracing
digital
networks.
Nemo
Outdoor
collects

.
Nemo Analyze,

,
measurement
results and
geographical
coordinates
used
with a GPS
receiver)
and
stores them on a hard

(when
.

. Nemo
Analyze,

,
disk.
Measurement
results
provide
useful
information
for
network
optimization,
verification, and
.
Nemo
Outdoor

.

maintenance purposes. Results can be efficiently and easily viewed with the Nemo analysis
tool Nemo




Nemo
Outdoor


.

Analyze.

Nemo Outdoor.


Nemo
Outdoor
uses
licensed
technology
Nemo Outdoor. from various manufacturers. For a complete list of supported
devices, see the Nemo Outdoor product description and data sheet.

BEFORE YOU BEGIN



LICENSING

, Nemo Outdoor 5.8,

NemoOutdoor

USB-

Nemo Outdoor
5.8,

Nemo
Outdoor
software
license
is
tied
to
a
HASP
USB
key
and
it
is
not
possible
to
install
Nemo
.

USB
.
.

Nemo
Outdoor
USB-

Outdoor without
it. Software-based
licensesare
not available.
.

USB

.

,

,

,
Nemo
Outdoor
5.80,

Nemo

nemosupport@anite.com.

If the
following
error
message
appears,
please
contact
Technical
Support
at

Nemo
Outdoor.

Nemo

USB
,

,

Nemo
Outdoor
5.80,

,
The
Outdoor.

.
nemosupport@anite.com.
USB
key
battery
has
run
out
and
needs
to be changed.

Nemo

Nemo


Outdoor

.
5.80

Nemo
Outdoor 5.80 .

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Outdoor
Nemo Nemo.Helpdesk@anite.com.

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license detected.) ,
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Nemo Outdoor
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Outdoor
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Outdoor,

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USB Nemo
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Outdoor

(Nemo
Outdoor
5.80 5.80

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USB (Nemo
Outdoor

)
1.

1.


USB

SecureUpdate,
SecureUpdate,
|

Nemo
|

| Nemo | (Start | All Programs |

| All
Programs
| Nemo Tools | Remote Update Utility).
Nemo
Tools | (Start
Remote
Update
Utility).
2. (Collect Key Status
Information).

3. (Collect Information).
HASP (Select HASP Key), HASP HL
OK.

4. C2V
Nemo nemo.helpdesk@anite.com.

18

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,
,

USB
HASP
Nemo
Outdoor:
Nemo Outdoor:

(.)

5. V2C
(Apply Update).

6.

USB
.
Nemo
Outdoor


.
6.
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Nemo
Outdoor

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Nemo Outdoor

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Nemo 5.80
Outdoor
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5.80


2011
2011 .
.

2012
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2012 .

Nemo
Outdoor,
2012

USB

2012
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Nemo Outdoor
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Nemo Outdoor .
, Anite Finland Toshiba Nemo

Nemo Outdoor

Outdoor;


,

USB .
,

Anite Finland

Toshiba
Nemo

Qualcomm

Outdoor;

TM6200,

Qualcomm
CDMA2000,
MSM6500, MSM6800,
TM6250,
TM6275,
TM6275US,

N em oTM7200
Ou t do or

USB .
TM8200,


Anite Finland. Nemo
Outdoor,
Qualcomm
Anite Finland


.

, Anite Finland,
Qualcomm CDMA2000, MSM6500, MSM6800, TM6200, TM6250, TM6275, TM6275US, TM7200
.
TM8200, Anite Finland. Nemo

Outdoor

Outdoor,
Anite
Finland

. Nemo

Nemo Outdoor.
Samsung
. , .
Nokia GSM, GPRS EDGE
( ).

.
Nemo.
,
.

Nemo Outdoor ,
/ Nemo Outdoor .
USB
, Nemo Outdoor.
Nemo Outdoor
.

.

Nemo Outdoor

Nemo Outdoor
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.
Nemo Outdoor. ,

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Anite
Finland Toshiba Nemo

.
Outdoor; ,
USB .

Qualcomm
Nemo Outdoor,
Qualcomm CDMA2000, MSM6500, MSM6800, TM6200, TM6250, TM6275, TM6275US, TM7200
(High
TM8200, Anite Finland. Nemo
performance): Nemo Outdoor.
Outdoor, Anite Finland .
(Control Panel) | (System and Security) |
(Power Options).
(High performance).

Nemo Outdoor
, ,

21
Nemo Outdoor. ,
.

BEFO RE YO U BEG IN
19
Nemo Outdoor,
(High
Power Options
performance):
Nemo Outdoor.

(Control
Panel)you
|
(System and
Security)
|
Before you
begin using Nemo
Outdoor,
need to
set
the power management
options
of the laptop

(Power
Options).

to High performance to avoid disruptions in the performance of Nemo Outdoor. Go to Control Panel |

(High Options.
performance).
System and Security | Power
Select the High performance power plan.


,
, . ,
.
, MOS,
.

(Power Options).
(High performance).

22

Nemo Outdoor

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.


Protection

System
21
Active
,
MOS,



If there is a system
that detects
acceleration
in the.
laptop and causes the hard disk to stop when

20

jolted,
it should Lenovo:
be turned
off. Otherwise,
there
may be breaks
in measurement
data. In voice
quality

(Control
Panel) |

testing there may


be missing
scores,
and with
other test
devices, gaps in the
measurement

(System
and MOS
Security)
|

Lenovo
(Lenovo data.
Airbag Protection). (Configuration),
With Lenovo laptops, select Control Panel | System and Security | Lenovo Airbag Protection. On
(Enable Active Protection System).
the Configuration page, deselect the Enable Active Protection System option.

USB
USB. (Device
Manager),
(Universal Serial Bus controllers),
USB (Generic USB Hub) (Properties).
(Power Management) ,

(Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power).
USB (Generic USB Hub).


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(System and Security) | Lenovo (Lenovo
Airbag
(Configuration), 23
Protection).

(Enable Active Protection System).

USB

USB. (Device
BEFO RE YO
U BEG
IN
21

21
Manager),
(Universal Serial Bus controllers),
USB Hub Properties

USB (Generic USB Hub) (Properties).


Lenovo: (Control Panel) |

(Power Management)

,the
Universal

Also, check the (System
generic USB
properties.
Go to
Device Manager,
expand
Serial

and hub
Security)
|

Lenovo (Lenovo

Bus controllers
item,
Generic USB Hub
item and select
Properties.
Open
the Power
Airbag
Protection).
right-click
the

(Configuration),

(Allow
thethat
computer
to turn
off this device
to off
save
power).

Management
tab
and
check
the
Allow
the
computer
to
turn
this
device
to
save
power
(Enable Active Protection System).

USB
(Generic
USB
Hub).
option is deselected. Repeat this for all the Generic USB Hub items.


USB


USB. (Device
, ,
Manager),

(Universal Serial Bus controllers),
.
USB (Generic USB Hub) (Properties).
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(Power Management) ,

(Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power).

USB(
(Generic
USB
Hub).

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Outdoor

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Finland

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Traffic
Safety

Nemoand
Outdoor

,
Do
not operate
Nemo Outdoor
drive
(or walk) at the
same time. Remember,
traffic safety
comes

Nemo
Outdoor

(
).
,

Nemo
Outdoor.
first.
.

operate

Note that in some


countries
it is illegal toNemo
driveOutdoor
a car and
a computer
at the ()
same time. Please
,

Nemo
Outdoor
of,

observe
the legislation
the country
where
the measurements
are performed.
Finland assumes
no

.
responsibility or liability arising from the failure to comply with local legislation.
, . Finland

() Nemo
Outdoor
. ()

.
Operating
Environment
.

Do
not
operate
Nemo
Outdoor
reading the User Manual, including its warnings, for the devices

Nemo
Outdoorwithout
.
used by Nemo Outdoor.

Nemo Outdoor




stop
,

Nemo
Outdoor.
Always
using Nemo
Outdoor
and switch
off the Nemo
Outdoor
test device(s)
when it .
is forbidden
,

to use radio equipment or when it may cause interference or danger.


Nemo Outdoor ()
Nemo

,


Do
not Outdoor
use the Nemo
Outdoor
test
device(s)
in a hospital.
It may interfere
with nearby electronic
.
devices.

Nemo
Outdoor
()

Never
use Nemo
Outdoor in an()
aircraft. The use
of mobiles
in an.
aircraft may
be dangerous.
.
Observe restrictions on the use of radio equipment in gas stations, fuel depots, chemical plants, or

Nemo
Outdoorare
.
sites
where blasting
operations
in progress.

, , .

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22



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor

NEMO OUTDOOR

Nemo Outdoor,
, Nemo
Outdoor,

Anite
( , , Anite Finland
Finland

).


Windows
XP
Professional

Windows
7.

, USB-, GSP-
,

USB-,

,
.
GSP-
Nemo

Nemo
Voice Quality [ Nemo].
Voice Quality [ Nemo].



Nemo
Ne m oOutdoor
O ut d oor

25
23

(CS) :
(Nemo Outdoor), .

.
Linux, IP-,
TCP/IP .
Nemo Data FTP, SFTP, HTTP, POP3, SMTP, IPerf
UDP/TCP, Ping, Trace RTSP ( ). CS
, .

: .
;
. FTP, ( )
FTP ( ) .
HTTP, .
,
.

, ,
.

26
24



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor

(PS) :
. Nemo Data
.
Linux, IP-,
TCP/IP .
Nemo Data FTP, SFTP, HTTP, POP3, SMTP, IPerf
UDP/TCP, Ping, Trace RTSP ( ). PS
, .

: .
;
. FTP, ( )
FTP ( ) .
HTTP, .

,
, .



Nemo
Ne m oOutdoor
O ut d oor

27
25

NEMO OUTDOOR MULTI


Nemo Outdoor Multi 3-
Nemo Outdoor. Nemo
Outdoor Multi ,
GSM, EDGE, WCDMA, HSDPA, CDMA2000 WiMAX,
, . Nemo Outdoor Multi
, .. ,
GPS. Multi-Data Nemo Outdoor
, ,
- .
Nemo, Nemo Outdoor Multi-Data
,
,
.
Nemo Outdoor Multi USB +12 . . Nemo
Outdoor Multi 2500 ,

.
USB-,
. Nemo Outdoor
Multi .
,
- . Multi

.

28
26



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor

NEMO OUTDOOR MULTI LITE


Nemo Outdoor Multi Lite 4-
Nemo Outdoor.
/
, . , Nemo Outdoor
Multi ,
, .
,
- .



Nemo
Ne m oOutdoor
O ut d oor

29
27

NEMO INVEX

Nemo Invex
. , Nemo Invex
()
(),
. Nemo Invex ,
,
, .
Nemo Outdoor, Nemo Invex ,
.
,
, ,
. ,
, .
Nemo ,
WCDMA, / GSM
GSM/WCDMA.
.
,
, e Anite
Nemo Analyze.

30
28



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor

NEMO O UT DO O R S YST E M O VERV IEW

27

Nemo Outdoor , Nemo Outdoor


. , ,
. GPS- ,

Nemo
Outdoor
has an
indoor measurement
option in which
case Nemo
Outdoor
can be installed
on a
.

Tablet PC.Alternatively,a regular laptop can be used as well. As GPS receivers cannot be used

BTS data.


indoors,
the indoor
option
offers
a marker
function to store
location
Just click.
markers along
the
Nemo
Walker,

.
measurement route and the route will be drawn on the map. It is also possible to use BTS files with

INDOOR MEASUREMENTS

floorplans.With Nemo Walker, test equipment can be easily taken inside buildings.



Nemo
N em oOUTDOOR
O UT DO O R

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29

NEMO OUTDOOR

Nemo Outdoor. ,
. Nemo Outdoor
Nemo Outdoor; , Nemo
Outdoor .




Windows
7 7
(
( Lenovo
Lenovo
Dell)
Dell) Windows
Windows XP
XP (32-)
(32-) Professional,
Professional
Windows
Professional
Windows 8 Professional (32-/64-).
Professional (32-/64-)
(32-/64-).

Pentium III, 1 , 1.7


Intel Core Duo T2500 2.00

USB
Intel Core Duo T2500 2.00

USB
Intel Quad Core Q9100 2.26

512 RAM, 1 RAM

HSPA+ Intel Quad


Core Q9100 2.26

100 ; 1


HASP
USB-
USB-

USB

USB-

USB- ,
RJ45 FireWire


USB-

USB- GPS-

1400 x 900

Internet Explorer

32
30



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor



N em o O UT DO O R
N em o O UT DO O R

31
31

Huawei C7600 -USB USB-


Nemo Outdoor.
Huawei
C7600

-USB

USB-
,

Samsung
SGH-Z105,Z107,
Z140,
Z500,
ZV10
P920
USB-
,


GPS-

PCB157ULE

USB-

+12

(,

).
Samsung SGH-Z105,Z107, Z140, Z500, ZV10 P920 USB-

Samsung
Z560 ZX20

-USB USB-
PCB157ULE

USB-

Samsung
Z560
ZX20

-USB

USB-
GPS-:
(,

)PCB200BBE

Samsung
Z720
A707
USB-

USB-
Garmin
Garmin
GPS
1.
GPS
IIII

Samsung
Z720 A707 USB- PCB200BBE
2.
Garmin
GPS
II
Plus
Garmin
GPS
II Plus
USB-

,
Qualcomm CDMA2000, MSM6500, MSM6800,
3.
Garmin
GPS
III/III+
TM6200,
TM6250,
TM6275,
TM6275USor
TM7200 USB- USB-
Garmin
Garmin
GPS
III/III+

,
Qualcomm CDMA2000, MSM6500, MSM6800,
4.
GPS
35
TM6275,
TM6275USor
TM7200
USB-
USB-
USB-
TM6200,

LG35U800
KU950

-USB
5.
Garmin
V
TM6250,
Garmin
GPS
6. Garmin 18 USB

LG KX260,
U800
KU950

Garmin
V LG

C270,
C680,
C676 -USB
LHD-200E
LG USB-
7. Trimble Placer 450/455 (TAIP) GPS
VX6100/VX7000,
KQ-U8A
USB-

Garmin
18 LG
USB
8.


NMEA 0183

KX260,GPS-
C270, C680, C676
LHD-200E
LG
VX6100/VX7000,
KQ-U8A


Trimble
Placer Nemo
450/455
(TAIP)USB-


GPS

Outdoor

(.
.

USB HASP
).

Nemo
Outdoor
GPS-

NMEA
0183

USB DKU-2
USB-
Nokia:

NEMO OUTDOOR
Nokia 6230i
NEMO
OUTDOOR
Nokia 6630
Nemo Outdoor:

Nokia 6680




NemoNemo
Outdoor:


Outdoor, ,

DKU-2 CA-53 USB-


. (Control Panel) |
Nokia:
Nemo Outdoor, ,
(Programs | Uninstall a program). Nemo Outdoor
. (Control Panel) |
Nokia(Uninstall).
N80

(Programs | Uninstall a program). Nemo Outdoor
Windows
Nokia(Uninstall).
6136

1.
CD-ROM Nemo Outdoor CD (,

D).
Windows
Nokia N92
1.
CD-ROM Nemo Outdoor CD (,
D).

DKE-2
-USB

USB-

,

Windows
XP Windows
7

Nokia:

Windows
XP
Windows 7

Nokia
7376







.
.
2.

|
(Start
| Run)

Windows.

D:\Nemo
2.

Datang
DTM8101
DTM8120

18Pin SDTM

Outdoor6\Nemo
Outdoorx.xx.xx
x.xx.xx

Open
Open(xx
(xx
)
)

4.370.010

USB-
Outdoor\Nemo
Outdoor

2.
|
(Start
| Run)

Windows.
D:\Nemo
OK.

.
OK.

Outdoor
x.xx.xx LC8310E

Open
(xx

Outdoor6\Nemo

Leadcore

18Pin)
SDTM 4.370.010

(Complete).

OK.

, .

USB-


(Complete).
3.

Nemo Outdoor
,

Nokia N75

DKE-2
DKU-2

.
USB-
3.
Nemo Outdoor ,


Nokia.
N95, N95 US,6120, 6121 3500 -USB

Nemo Outdoor:

USB-

Nemo
Outdoor: (Control Panel) |
1.


Nokia C5, C5-03, C7-00, 6720, 6720US, N85, N85US, N96, N96US, N97
(Programs | Uninstall a program). Nemo Outdoor
1.

(Control Panel)
|
N97US

USB
USB-
(Uninstall).
(Programs | Uninstall a program). Nemo Outdoor
Motorola V3X, V9 V9US -USB USB
(Uninstall).

Windows
XP
Windows 7

Windows
XP Windows 7
.

.

.


Nemo OUTDOOR
32

N em o O u t do33
or

NEMO OUTDOOR
Nemo
Outdoor. , ,
.

GPS-
1. USB GPS USB- .
2. Windows .
3. Nemo Outdoor. (Configuration Manager),
.
(Device) (Add)
4. GPS. GPS (Next).
5. , GPS-.

:

Garmin 18 USB

9600

6. OK. GPS- .


, Nemo Outdoor,
Nemo.


, Nemo
.

34
N em o O UT DO O R

33
Nemo Outdoor

NEMO INVEX
Nemo Invex Nemo Outdoor
( UIC Nemo Invex) . Nemo
Outdoor Nemo Invex.
(Measurement servers) (Devices).
. |
(Add | Autodetect Measurement
Servers), , .
, (Add)
(Add Measurement Server Name).
(IP-) OK. Nemo Outdoor .


(Connect). (Connected).
, Nemo Outdoor.
(Close).


Nemo OUTDOOR
34

N em o O u t do35
or

(Devices) .
(Local) ,
Nemo Outdoor. (Autodetect)
, .

, .
(Mode), , , ,
.
.
.

36
N em o O UT DO O R

35
Nemo Outdoor

INST ALL ING NEMO O UT DO O R S YST EM


33
, ,
.
If you are adding a scanner,click the scanner name and select the frequency configuration supported
by the scanner.

(Add Devices). Nemo


Outdoor. .
Finally click Add Devices. The devices will be added to Nemo Outdoor. Depending on the number of
Nemo
FSR1
.
devices,
this may
take
a few minutes.
(Add or remove devices) (Devices)
The
Nemo FSR1
needs (Add
to be New
added
manually.
Click the Add
or remove
devices
button in

scanner

Device).

the
Devices view
select
Add
New Device.
In the
AddNew
Device
dialog,
select
the
Nemo FSR1

(Addand
New
Device)
Nemo
FSR1

UIC

and
.select a UIC in the field at the bottom of the dialog.
/ (Group devices by type/server)
, ( ) .

Nemo FSR1 .
(Add or remove devices) (Devices)
(Add New Device).
Nemo OUTDOOR
37
(Add New Device) Nemo FSR1 UIC
.
/ (Group devices by type/server)
, ( ) .

38
36



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor
(Device Status)
. .



Nemo
N em oOUTDOOR
O UT DO O R

39
37

(Device Status)
(Toggle Status Window Docking Area)
.

(Device Status)
(Reorder Devices)
(Device Status) (Devices).
OK.

40
38



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor
, |
(File | Save Device Configuration As).
Nemo Outdoor.

(Measurement servers), (Disconnect).

INST ALL ING NEMO O UT DO O R S YST EM

37

To
disconnect measurement
servers, click the Measurement servers button, select a measurement

38

server and click Disconnect.


. ,
MMS ,
Two
Data Connections on One Measurement Server
FTP. Nemo Invex,

,
server.
For

You
can have two
active data
connections
on a single
measurement
example,
MMS can

.
while
,

,
be
tested with one
test device
another
device is performing
an
FTP transfer.
The data routing

by

.
,


option
is enabled
default
with Nemo
Invex allowing
than,
one
active
data
more



connection.
N em o O u t do or

IP-.are
somelimitations
, with
data

However,
when routing table
modifications
is enabled,there
testing. For

IP-

URL.
example, it is required that different source IP addresses for data testing are used. This means that
the
host IP
address or
URL must be
different for each
test device.

,
|
,
(File | Save Device Configuration As).

(View)when
|

Routing
table modification
should be
disabled
one
active
connection
is required.

only

Nemodata
Outdoor.
(User Interface
Properties)

routing
(No)

for

Select
View | User
InterfaceProperties
and
set Enable
table
modifications
devices to


(Enable routing
modifications
for devices).
No.


table

(Measurement servers), (Disconnect).



() ,

.
: ,
, .
.
. ,
MMS ,
FTP. Nemo Invex,
,
. , ,
. , ,
IP-. ,
IP- URL.

,
. (View) |
(User Interface Properties) (No)
(Enable routing table modifications for devices).

If
routing
table modification
disabled when performing
(dual) data testing
with one

is

multi

measurement
server, problems
may
be caused
when
several dial-up
connections
are opened
()

from
one
host
computer
to
the
terminals.
All
data
connections
to
be
established
travel
along
one
connection
between
the host
and the terminal,
i.e. all dial-up
connections
are
routed via one
terminal,
.
computer

not
via
different
terminals
and
their
interfaces.
This
will
distort
the
test
results.
: ,
, .
.



Nemo
N em oOUTDOOR
O UT DO O R

41
39


-
, : ,
.
, .

.
.

, .
, .

=c/f
c = 300E6 (/)
f = ()
450 , = 66
900 , = 33
1800 , = 17
1900 , = 16
GPS 1565-1575, = 19

, .


.
-, .
, .

42
40



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor


Nemo Outdoor,
:
.
.

NEMO OUTDOOR
Nemo Outdoor .
(Welcome Page)
. Nemo Outdoor, ,
(Load Device
Configuration), a Nemo
Outdoor .


1. Nemo Outdoor
,
. Nemo
Outdoor. , Nemo
Outdoor, (Do not show this again).

2. ,
Nemo Outdoor
.
COM ,
.



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N em oOUTDOOR
O UT DO O R

43
41

,
, USB-. , ,
.

,
. , Nemo Outdoor,
N em o O u td oor Us er Man u al
. COM
.

Nemo
Outdoor.
Note
that
this functionality
varies depending
on the device
vendor. In addition,
you may
need to

create a dial-up connection for the device before connecting it to Nemo Outdoor. The COM

.
ports
are created
with the dial-up connection. Please refer to the Nemo Outdoor Dial-Up

40

Networking Setup Guide for instructions on how to do this. The device may also require
3. ,
additional configurations in its modem settings.
(Start Devices) , ,

Offline),


3. You
can start (Work
the devices
in online
mode by clicking
the Start,
Devices button
below,
start them in

(Refresh)

,
offline mode by clicking the Work Offline button, or refresh the device configuration by clicking the
,
on

This

Refresh
button
the
bottom right-hand
corner of
the window.
is useful,
e.g., when you

.
accidentally unplug a device and plug it in again.
4. You

a

.
4.
can alsoopen
workspace
file
from the Welcome
dialog.

44
42



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor

5.

(Open a Device
DURI NG MEASURE
MENT
S
41
Configuration) .
, COM
5. With
the Open
a DeviceConfiguration
tool you
can select
saved
device
configurations.
This

Nemo
Outdoor

,
includes
the
dial-up
connection and
the trace and
modem COM
ports assigned
to the device.
If


,

you
would
like
to
start
Nemo
Outdoor
in
online
mode,
select
a
pre-made
device
configuration
and
(Start Devices). ,
a
workspace and
click Start
Devices.
All the devices
included
in the
device
configuration

,
,

file will
be
activated
and
you
are
ready
to
start
measurements.
.

6. If

,and

6.
you
prefer
setting up the
measurement
configuration
offline, thatis,
without connecting

starting the measurement devices, select a pre-made device configuration and click the Work

(Workyou
Offline
button. If
you want, you
can configure
the devices
manually
and activate
them. When
Offline).

.
want to activate the devices, connect the devices to the measurement system and click the Work

,
Offline
button
in the
Nemo Outdoor
toolbar.

(Work Offline)
7. The Load a Measurementtool enables you to open a previously viewed measurement with the
Nemo Outdoor.
attached devices for playback. In the Workspace field you can select a workspace for the
7.

(Load a Measurement)
measurement.Click
Load
Selected Files.
.
(Workspace) .
(Load Selected Files).

want to activate the devices, connect the devices to the measurement system and click the Work
Offline button
in the Nemo Outdoor toolbar.
7. The Load a Measurementtool
enables you to open a previously viewed measurement with the

45

Nemo
N em oOUTDOOR
O UT DO O R
43
attached devices for playback. In the Workspace field you can select a workspace for the
measurement.Click Load Selected Files.


(Load Device Configuration
Dialog)
(Load Device
Configuration), (Other)
(Open a Device Configuration) Nemo Outdoor.
8. Nemo Outdoor
, Nemo Outdoor ,
. Nemo Outdoor
, 11.

46
44



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor
9. Nemo Outdoor ,
,
(Online). , ,
, .

10. , ,
,
(Offline)
(Load Device Configuration).
.
,
Nemo
(Work Online)
Outdoor.
11. (Load Device Configuration),
(Empty Device Configuration)
(Start Devices).
Nemo Outdoor.



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N em oOUTDOOR
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47
45

12. , |
(Measurement | Add New Device)
(Devices).
(Add or remove devices)
, GPS-
(Next).
13. Qualcomm Qualcomm. Nemo
Outdoor
. , MDM8200 (HSPA+)
.
,
.
, , MDM8200 ( HSPA+),
Nemo Outdoor , ,
MDM7200 (HSUPA), HSPA+ .
Qualcomm:

Qualcomm TM6200

Qualcomm TM6250

Qualcomm TM6275 - Qualcomm HSDPA

Qualcomm TM6275 US - Qualcomm HSDPA

Qualcomm TM6280 - Qualcomm HSDPA

Qualcomm TM7200 - Qualcomm HSUPA

Qualcomm TM8200 - Qualcomm HSPA+

Qualcomm TM8220 - Qualcomm HSPA+

Qualcomm MDM9200 - Qualcomm LTE

Qualcomm MDM9600 - Qualcomm LTE

48
46



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor
14. .
.
15. ,
(Measurement Properties) (Device
Configuration). .
OK.
(alt+M)
16.
,
(User Interface Properties). ,
. OK.
.

Nemo Outdoor
Nemo Outdoor ,
Nemo Outdoor.
| (File | Open Measurement)
,
| (File | Open Device Configuration)
.
| (Measurement | Add New Device),
.
, ,
,
COM .
.


. , ,
(Add Devices)
(Autodetect Devices). ,
(Add Devices in Specific Order).

Nemo OUTDOOR
DURI NG MEASURE MENT S

49
45


. (Label) . ,
A dialog with a list of previously added devices and their dial-up connections appears.In the Label
, (Add Devices)
field you can type a name for the device.Select the devices you want to add, and click the Add
(Autodetect Devices).
Devices tab at the bottom of the Autodetect Devices dialog.

50
48



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor

1.

Nemo Outdoor
.
Nemo Outdoor .
1. | (View | User Interface
Properties).
2. (Measurement),
(Start recording automatically when devices are
started) (Start scripts automatically)
(Yes).

3. OK.
4. , |
(File | Save Workspace As) |
(File | Save Device Configuration As).
5. Nemo Outdoor. , Nemo Outdoor,
, ,
.



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49



Nemo Outdoor
. , , PIN- (PIN
Code Request) (Automatic Redial).
, .
Nemo Outdoor
PS, . ,
Anite Finland.

, ,
, .

(Net Monitoring):

Nokia 6230i

(CONFIGURATION
MANAGER)
Nemo Outdoor
(Configuration Manager). ,

Ctrl+M
.
.
( ),
(Properties)
.

(System Properties)
Nemo Outdoor.

52
50



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor
(Measurement Servers)
Nemo Invex. ,
.

(Handler Information)

(Handler Information)
, .
(CD-ROM) Nemo Outdoor.
, Nemo Outdoor,
, .



Nemo
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O UT DO O R

53
51

(User Interface)

(User Interface)
: (User Interface Properties),
(Custom Windows), (Notifications), (Scripts),
(Color Palettes), (Color Sets)
(Presentation Modes). (Custom Windows)
. (Color Palettes)
, (. 59).
(Color Sets)
. , , .
. 297. (Presentation modes) ,
(. 58).
(User Interface
Properties) (User
Interface Properties).

52

N em o O u t do or

54
52


N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor

(User
Interface Properties General)
N em o O u td oor Us er Man u al
(User
Interface
Properties
General)
User Interface
Properties
General

50

Save workspace settings on exit option defines whether the workspace settings are saved when
(Save workspace
you exit the SW so that they will be activated automatically, for example, windows will be opened the
settings on exit) , ,
next time you start the SW.
, : ,
(Save workspace
,
.
Selecting
the Show
a dialog for critical errorsoption will display a message box when there is a
settings on exit) , ,
problem with one of the devices or with the measurement file writing.

,

:
,


(Show
a dialog for
,

.
criticalthe
errors)


automatically

Select
Open
Script Status
window
when script
is startedoptionto
open the
Script

.
Status
window
when
script files are used in measurements.
(Show a dialog for
critical
errors)

Select
the
Play
audio quality
samples
during
playbackoption
to
play
the
audio,
samples
used
in



audio
quality
measurements
also during playback.

application


,
to
When
the Show
welcome
window when
is launchedoptionis
selected,
the Welcome

Outdoor

(Play
Nemo
window is displayed.
.
audio quality samples during playback) , ,
Selecting
the
Show Close
Full
Screen
window in Full
Screen
modeoption will enable you to exit the

Full
Screen
mode
through an UI
button. (Play
audio
quality
samples
during playback)

(Show welcome
With
the
Show
'Debug
log
file
management'
dialog
on
exit
optionselected,
a
debug
file
will
be

.
window when application is launched), (Welcome to Nemo
generated
Outdoor). when Nemo Outdoor is closed.
(Show welcome
When
the
Include
device number
in
audio
notification
is selected,
the deviceto
number
window
when
application
is
launched),

(Welcome
Nemo is

option

included
the
beginning of
notification audio
alert.
Outdoor).
at
the

.
With
the
Load
workspace on
startup
option you
can define
whichworkspace
is loaded
when Nemo

Outdoor
started.
is

.
With the Load hardware configuration on startup optionyou can define which hardware
configuration is loaded when Nemo Outdoor is started.



Nemo
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53

(Include



device
number
in
audio
notification),

(Show 'Debug log file management' dialog on exit),


Nemo
.
Outdoor .
(Load workspace on
startup), , Nemo Outdoor.
(Load hardware
configuration on startup), ,
Nemo Outdoor.
(Start measurement
DURI NG MEASURE
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list on startup),
, 51
Nemo Outdoor.

With the Start measurement list on startup option you can define which measurement list is loaded

(User
and started when Nemo Outdoor is started.
Interface Properties Measurement)
User Interface
Measurement

Properties

(Measurement)

(Configuration
Manager)

(Measurement)

By double-clicking
the Measurement
item in the
Configuration
Manager
window you will
access the

(User
Interface
Properties).


Measurement tab in the User Interface Properties dialog. Here you can make settings affecting
all

.
measurements.

Filename defines the filename format. The default format is %y%b%d %H%M%S (year-month-day
hours-minutes-seconds, e.g., 06May31 165246) but you can use any combination of the items below.
For example, "%y%b%d_%n means that the filename looks as follows: 06May31_1. The last number
(%n) is the sequence number for measurement files recorded that day. You can also create custom
filename templates. See chapter Creating Filename Templates.
%a

Abbreviated weekday name

%A

Full weekday name

%b

Abbreviated month name

%B

Full month name

56
54

Nemo Outdoor
N em o O u t do or
(Filename) .

(Filename)

.
06May31

%y%b%d
%H%M%S
(--
--,
,
165246),

%y%b%d
%H%M%S
(--
--,
06May31,
165246),


,
.

.
,
"%y%b%d_%n
,

:
06May31_1.

"%y%b%d_%n
,


06May31_1.

(%n)

:
,

(%n)

. .


%a

%A

%b

%B

%d

(01 31)

%H

24- (00 23)

%I

12- (01 12)

%j

(001 366)

%m

(01 12)

%M

(00 59)

%n

(1 )

%N

(1 )

%p

A.M./P.M. 12-

%S

(00 59)

%U

,
(00 53)

%w

(0 6; - 0)

%W

,
(00 53)

%y

, (00 99)

%Y

%z

,
; ,

%Z

,
; ,

(Start scripts automatically)


Nemo Outdoor



Nemo
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(Force idle mode when stopping scripts)


N em oO
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.
(No),
. ,

GPRS / .
(Force idle mode when stopping scripts)


N em
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(No),entering


(Force
detach
when
idle mode),
GPRS

.
,

/
.
GPRS

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(Force
idle:
mode
scripts)

LTE

Nemo
Outdoor

( No).

(Stop
measurement
after
script

(No),

(Force
detach
when
entering
idle mode),
GPRS

is
finished).

.

.
,


/
/
.
(Force
idle mode when stopping
scripts)

,
GPRS / .

Nemo Outdoor

(Synchronize
script
repeats):

(No),

(Stop
measurement
after
script

,
Nemo
Outdoor

(Force
detach
when.
entering idle mode), GPRS
is
finished).


GPRS

/
.

GPS (Use time


from GPS),


script

Nemo
Outdoor

(Synchronize
repeats):

Nemo Outdoor GPS .

(Force
detach
when
entering
idle
mode),
GPRS

(Stop
measurement
after
script

Nemo


,

Nemo
Outdoor
Outdoor

.
is finished).


.
GPS,

Nemo
Outdoor

GPS
(Use
time
from
GPS),

GPS,

(Wait
for
GPS
fix

(Stop
measurement
after
script

(Synchronize
script
repeats):

Nemo
Outdoor


GPS
.

before
starting
measurement).
is
finished).

Nemo
Outdoor
Outdoor

Nemo

(Prevent
script
stopping
during
connection

(Incoming
call
mode)

.
establishment).

GPS,
,

.
:
(answer),

(reject)

(Synchronize
script
repeats):

GPS
(Use
time
from
GPS),

GPS,

(Wait
for
GPS fix
(ignore).
,
Nemo
Outdoor

Nemo
Outdoor

GPS
.

before
starting
measurement).

(Redial
after
Nemo Outdoor .

(Incoming
call mode)

dropped
call),

, ,

GPS
(Use time
fromGPS),

(answer),

(reject)

,
GPS,

Nemo Outdoor
GPS
.
(Wait
for

GPS fix
(ignore).


GPS,

.
Nemo
Outdoor

.
before starting measurement).

(Redial
after


(Remove
all

GPS,

(Incoming
call
mode)
,

GPS
(GPS
time
offset)

dropped
call),

forcing
functions
when
device
is
started)

GPS,

for GPS fix

(reject) (Wait

GPS
.

(answer),

UTC
.
before
starting

(ignore).

measurement).

GPS.
.
ETSI- (Use ETSI

(Incoming
call
mode)

after

(Remove
all
compatible
call connection
trigger)

(Yes),
Outdoor (Redial

(answer),

(reject)

droppedfunctions
call),

forcing
when
device is started)

ETSI.
(ignore).


. ,

.
.

(Redial
after

ETSI-

(Use ETSI
dropped
call),

(Remove all
compatible
call connection
trigger)

(Yes),
Outdoor
functions

.

,

forcing
when
device
is started)

ETSI.

.
.

(Remove
all ETSI

ETSI-
(Use
forcing
functions
when
device
is
started)

compatible call connection trigger) (Yes), Outdoor



.

ETSI.
ETSI- (Use ETSI
compatible call connection trigger) (Yes), Outdoor
ETSI.

58

(Remove all
forcing functions when device is started)
Nemo Outdoor
.
ETSI- (Use ETSI
compatible call connection trigger) (Yes), Outdoor
ETSI.

56

56

ETSI (Enable ETSI call timeout)


,
N em o O u t do or
CAC 2. , CAC 1.
. Nemo (Help | Nemo File Format).

(Enable routing table modifications for local devices)
. .



N
em o O u t do or

.
,

.
(Enable routing table modifications for local devices)
(..,
. .
,

). .
.
,

(Buffer
size)

.

,

(..,



.
,


(Start recording


).


.
automatically when devices are started) Nemo Outdoor

(Buffer
size)

. ,
.
.
(Show report after


recording
measurement
ends),

(Start

automatically
when devices are started) Nemo Outdoor

.
,




(Show

FTP

.
'Pause'
dialog
measurement
is paused),

when

(Show FTP send


dialog
before
sending
measurement
to server),


report after


FTP (Show

measurement
ends),


FTP (Send
Measurement
to FTP
Server).
.

.
FTP.
(Show Stop Recording Query dialog before recording is stopped),

(Show

:


,
'Pause'
dialog when
measurement
is paused),

.
.


Enable

Query


(Show
Missing Neighbor
dialog

(Show
Stop
Recording
Query
dialog
before
recording
is
stopped),

when recording is started), ,



:
,

.
Nemo Outdoor,
.

,
(Show Enable Missing Neighbor Query dialog
(Missing Neighbor Detection) .
when recording is started), ,
, , ,
,
,
Nemo Outdoor,
. ,
.
,
,
.
(Missing Neighbor Detection) .
,
,

,

(Start recording when

Outdoor

incoming
call is
received),

Nemo

.
,

,
Nemo Outdoor,
.
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,
(Missing Neighbor Detection) .
, , ,
,
. ,
,
.

54

(Start recording when


incoming call is received) Nemo Outdoor
N em o O u td oor Us er Man u al
.

Selecting the
Start recording
when
incoming call is receivedoption enables Nemo Outdoor to start

recording automatically when a test call is received.


.
Creating ()
Filename
Templates

,
includes

You can create


templates
for ,
naming
measurement
log files.
The template
parameters (tags)

.
and a list of allowed values for each parameter. The template also specifies the filename format which
defines
how the
tags are used
the filename.
The templates
can be exported
and
imported.

in,

(User Properties
Interface Properties
Measurement).

Double-click the Filename


item on the
User Interface
Measurement
page to open
the

(Add).
Filename Editor. Click the Add button to add a custom parameter.

In

.
the Parameter
Editor
dialog,
type a name(Parameter
for the newEditor)
parameter.
Then
click
the
New button
to

(New),

.
add the
possible values
for the
parameter.
For example,
add
a parameter
called city
and then
add a
list of cities
where you
conduct measurements.
Finally
click
OK to return
to the Filename
,
(city),

, Editor.

. , OK, .

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The new
parameter
is listedin
the Parameters
table.(Parameters).
You can add
as many
parameters
as
needed. In

the Filename
field, define the.
filename
format
where
you (Filename)
can now use your custom
parameters.
,

,
The new parameter is
listed in the Parameters
table.
You can add as
many parameters
as needed.
In
Below
the
Filename
field
you
can
see
what
the
filename
will
look
like
with
the
selected
parameters.

field,

the
Filename
define
the filename
format where
you .
can now use
your
custom
parameters.
(Filename)
,
see

will


.
Below the Filename
field you can
what
the filename
look like
with the selected
parameters.

When you start logging, you will be asked to select a value for the custom parameter. This value will
be used in the filename.
When

you
start logging,,
you will
be asked
to select
a value
for the
custom
parameter.
This value will
.
filename.
..
be used in the


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Nemo Outdoor

(User Interface
Properties Paths)

(Paths) .
, . ,
. (Default
Map), , .
World.tab Anite Finland . (Local
Files) , FTP. (Report
Files) , .
(Default Color Set) ,
. . 297.
Nemo Outdoor ,
. (Sounds) C:\Nemo Tools\Nemo Shared Files\Sounds\Female,
, C:\Nemo Tools\Nemo
Shared Files\Sounds\Male, .

, BTS
.

58

N em o O u t do or

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58

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N em o O u td oor Us er(User
Man u al

Properties
Presentation) (User
Interface

Interface
Properties
Presentation)
User Interface
Properties
Presentation

the

(Presentation)

In
Presentation
tab you can
define the format
in which
various
parameter
values are presented.
. ,
(Presentation)
.
. ,
.

64
N em o O UT DO O R

59
Nemo Outdoor

(User Interface
Properties Colors)

(Colors) , ,
. .
.
, (New),
. ,
.


Nemo OUTDOOR
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N em o O u t do65
or

- Notifications

, -,
. Nemo Outdoor ,
.
, .
, Nemo Outdoor
.png /
. (Output) .
, (Notifications).
, ,
.

66
N em o O UT DO O R

61
Nemo Outdoor


, (Notifications)
(Configuration Manager)
, (Notifications).
| (View | Notification Manager).
.
,
. /
, .

(Sound file) - .
, .
Nemo Outdoor ,
. (User
Interface Properties Paths) ,
(. 57). ,
.
(.wav), C:\Nemo Tools\Nemo Shared
Files\Sounds\Male or C:\Nemo Tools\Nemo Shared Files\Sounds\Female.
(Bitmap file)
.
, .
.
, C:\Nemo Tools\
Nemo Shared Files \Images.


Nemo OUTDOOR
62

N em o O u t do67
or

(Add),
(Notification Criteria).

(Title) .
(Notify when these criteria
are met) .
,
(Notify only once when
criteria are met).
, .
(Condition) (Value)
(Add to list), .
. , OK:
(Notifications),
.
|
(Measurement Properties | Notifications),
. ,
(Device notification settings)
(Devices).

68
N em o O UT DO O R

63
Nemo Outdoor

,
(Device notification settings)
(Devices). ,
(Measurement Properties, Notifications). ,
, OK.

,
. , .
(Notification Properties)
(Notification Configuration),
( . 61).
(Select All) (Clear All), ,
, .

, :
1. (Notifications) ( |
(View | Notification Manager)) (Add).
2. (Notification Criteria)
OK.


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or

3. (Notifications),
.
, .
4. , OK.

, .
(Scripts)
. ,
. ,
.
, (Scripts
Editor). , ,
(Device script settings)
(Devices).
. 170.

70
N em o O UT DO O R

65
Nemo Outdoor

(Base Station Files)


. BTS ( )
BTS . ,
BTS.


Nemo OUTDOOR
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N em o O u t do71
or

(
.hwc).
.
Nemo Outdoor,
Nemo Outdoor.
.hwc , |
(File | Open Device Configuration). ,
Nemo Outdoor,
(Load device Configuration).
Nemo Outdoor .
| (File |
Save Device Configuration As) .
.hwc , .
,

(Rename HW Config).


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Devices

Under
the
Devices item(Devices)
are listed
all the devices
that,
you have connected
to Nemo
Outdoor.
Note that

Nemo
Outdoor.
you
can
add
a
new
device
from
the
plus
icon
,
and
remove
a
device
by
selecting
the
device
, , , and
clicking
on the
minus
icon .The
on
the
right displays
information
about
the selected device.
.

,
table

.
Each device (mobile, GPS, and scanner) has its own configurationdialog. Double-clicking on the
device
will open
applicable
device configuration
dialog. These dialogs
are
presented next.

the

(
, GPS-,
)

.
(Devices) , Nemo Outdoor.
.
, , ,
.
, .
.
( , GPS-, )
.
.
.


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Device
Configuration
for
Mobiles
and Modems

The
Label
field allows
you
to
give a label
such
as a comment
or a
name for the
phone, and
makes it

(Label)

easier
to
identify
devices
during
measurement
and
post
processing.
The
label
can
be
seen
in
the

Nemo
Outdoor
user
interface
during a measurement
and playback,
and the information
is also
.

Nemo Outdoor
stored

in
the
log
file
header.
;
.
Trace port and Modem port selections are device-specific. Please refer to the Dial-up Networking
Setup
for
more detailed information.
Guide

(Trace port) (Modem port)


. .
Circuit switched dial-up connection list box gives a list of all the dial-up connections that have been
.
configured on your computer. If you are making CS data measurements, select a dial-up connection
here.
See
the Dial-Up
Networking
Setup
provided by
Anite Finland
for detailed
instructions

guide

(Circuit
switched
dial-up for
configuring
dial-up
connections.
connection)

,
. (CS)
Packet switched dial-up connection list box gives a list of all the dial-up connections that have been

(Label)

onyour
computer.
IfDO
youOare
making PS data measurements, select a dial-up connection
configured

N
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69

. ,
here. See the Dial-Up Networking Setup guide provided by Anite Finland for detailed instructions for
.
Nemo Outdoor

AniteFinland.
configuring dial-up connections.
;
(Packet switched dial-up
.
Antenna
gain
and Cable loss
are antenna-related
parameters
and they
are used in
the
conversion
connection)

from
dBm
to
dBuV/m.
This
parameter
is
needed
only
if
you
are
using
external
antennas.
If
you are
.

(PS)

(Trace
port)

(Modem
port)

using
the internal
antenna
of box
eachgives
phone,
leave
these
values connections
blank.


/
a list
of .
all
the
dial-up
that have
been configured
.

on
your
computer.

.
.
,

(Circuit switched dial-up


AniteFinland.
connection) ,

(Antenna
gain)

(Cable
loss)
.

(CS)

.
/.
,

.
AniteFinland.

74

(Antenna gain) (Cable loss)


,
/. , .

Nemo Outdoor
,

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69

()

824
.
-0,55/ 10

0
50
2:1 @
894/1710
Impedance
VSWR 1
Polarization Cable
Antenna
Max
Cable
&

0,82


N em o O UT DO O R
69
1880/
type
range
gain (dBd)
power
loss
connector

2,5
/

18502170
824
1140.27
0 dBd
50 ohm
10
W
2:1 @
Linear
-0.55/ Mini Low
, SMA

894/1710
specified

(PacketLoss
switched
dial-up
vertical
0.82
2.5
m,

1880/
connection)

freq.
dB/m
SMA male
890
18502170
.
10

0
50
2:1 @
1140,26
.
(PS)
960/1850
MHz

1990/ / box gives a list of all the dial-up connections that have been configured

890
2,5

1140.26
0 dBd
ohm
10
W
2:1 @
Linear
Mini Low
17102170
on your computer.
50

.
960/1850
, SMA

vertical
specified
Loss 2.5 m,

1990/
Antenna

1140,27
Frequency

,
freq.

17102170
AniteFinland.

SMA male

MHz

(Antenna
gain)

(Cable
loss)

Anite
Finland
Ltd.
with
Smarteq.

The
above examples
can
only be
used
antennas
received
from Anite
Finland
Ltd.
or Smarteq. If
,

gain

you
are using antennas
from other
antenna manufacturers,
you will have to
ask the antenna
and

/.

, .


.
cable
loss information
from
the manufacturer.
, .
(Voice quality algorithm) ,

1
POLQA.

PESQ

50

10

module),
Invex (Invex isolation

-.
- (Enable echo
measurement), ()
, -.

- OEM, Opticom,
824
.
-0,55/ 10

0
50
2:1 @
1140,27
894/1710
- PESQ POLQA.

0,82

1880/

- ,
2,5
/

18502170
Nemo Invex, .
, SMA

(, Terratec DMX6 Fire Maya44) -

.
1140,26

890
960/1850

1990/

2:1 @

Nemo (Nemo audio module)



Nemo

Nemo 2,5

17102170

.
, SMA

,
Anite Finland Ltd. Smarteq.
,
.

Voice
quality
algorithm
defines whether
PESQ quality
or POLQA
algorithm
is used in voice
quality

(Voice
algorithm)
,
measurements.
PESQ POLQA.
If
you
select the
Invex isolation
module option,
canisolation
also make
echo measurements.
Select the


Invexyou
(Invex
module),

Enable
echo
measurement
option
to start
logging the echo-related
the Advanced

-.

parameters.With
- (Enable
echo
echo
OEM library
provided
by Opticom
it is possible
to measure
echo from audio
with bothPESQ
and
measurement),

-.

POLQA
algorithms.
Echo measurements
an additional license
and it is available
Nemo

-require
OEM,

Opticom,with

Invex
using a handset
isolation
Echo
measurements
are not supported
withPESQ
commercial

-
module.

POLQA.
sound
cards,such
as,-
Terratec DMX6
Fire or
Maya44.

,
Nemo Invex, .
Select the Nemo audio moduleoption to use the Nemo audio module for voice quality measurements.
(, Terratec DMX6 Fire Maya44) -
You can define the port where the Nemo voice quality unit is connected in the drop-down menu.
.

Select the Sound card channel option to use the USB sound card for voice quality measurements.
Nemo (Nemo audio module)
Select the applicable sound card channel in the drop-down menu.
Nemo . Nemo

- ,
Nemo Invex, .
(, Terratec DMX6 Fire Maya44) -
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.
70

Nemo (Nemo audio module)






N em
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t do or
Nemo .

.
(Sound card channel) USB
.
.

70

Invex (Invex isolation module)


Invex .
N em o O u td oor Us er Man u al

(POLQA)
VoIP, VoIP (VoIP only). ,
Select theInvex isolation moduleoption to use a terminal with an Invex isolation module for voice

VoIP (VoIP Call


quality
measurements.
Configuration) (. . 145).
Select the VoIP only option to make voice quality measurements (POLQA) over a VoIP connection. If
you
select
this
option make
the appropriate
settings
in the VoIP
Call
Configuration dialog
(seeVoIP

Calls).
(Disabled).
Select Disabled when you do not wish to carry out voice quality measurements.

(Apply),
,
.
that

After
you have
configured
the
device, click
the Apply button
to check
the device
is working
ToOK.
properly.
exit the dialog, click OK.
Clicking
on
the Measurement
button
will lead to
the Measurement

Properties

Properties
dialog

where
you can make
device-specific
measurement
settings.
You
can also enter
the Measurement
(Measurement
Properties),

,

Properties dialog through Measurement | <device name> | Measurement Properties in the menu
.
bar.

| < > | (Measurement | <device name> |


Measurement
Properties)for

.
Device
Configuration
Scanners

In
the Label field you
can define
a suitable
label for the device, for example, a name or a usage

purpose, making it easier to identify the device during measurement and post processing. The label

(Label)

,
can
be seen
in the Nemo
Outdoor
user interface
during
a measurement
and playback,
and ,
the

in,
information
is also
stored
the log file header.

.
Nemo Outdoor ;
Baud rate refers to the communication speed.
.
Port refers to the port to which the scanner is connected.

Antenna gain and Cable loss are antenna-related parameters and they are used in the conversion
(Port) , .
from dBm to dBuV/m. This parameter is needed only if you are using external antennas. If you are
using the internal antenna of each phone, leave these values blank.

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(Baud rate) .
(Antenna gain) (Cable loss)
,
/. , .
, .

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1140,27
Antenna
type
1140.27

824
894/1710
Frequency
1880/
range
18502170
824

894/1710

0
Antenna

18502170
890
960/1850
MHz
1990/
890
17102170
960/1850

1990/

50
Impedance

gain (dBd)
0 dBd

50 ohm

1880/

1140,26
1140.26

50

17102170

50 ohm

.
Cable &

connector
2,5
Mini
Low
, SMA

vertical

0.82

Loss
2.5 m,

SMA male
.

Polarization

specified
freq.
2:1 @

10

2:1
@

specified

freq.

0 dBd

Linear

-0,55/ Cable
0,82
loss
/
-0.55/ -

10
2:1 @
VSWR 1
Max

power

10 W
2:1
@

10 W

dB/m

Linear

Mini
Low 2,5

vertical

Loss
2.5 m,
, SMA
SMA
male

MHz

Anite
Finland
Ltd.
with
Smarteq.

The above examples can


only be
used
antennas
received
from Anite
Finland
Ltd.
or Smarteq. If
,

gain
and
you
are using antennas
from other
antenna manufacturers,
you will have to
ask the antenna

from
.
cable
loss information
the manufacturer.

on

Clicking
the Measurement
Properties
button will lead
to the Measurement
Properties
dialog
(Measurement
Properties),

where you can make device-specific measurement settings (seeMeasurement Properties).


(. . 72).
After you have configured the device, click the Apply button to check that the device is working

(Apply),
properly.
To exit the dialog,
click OK.
, .
OK.
Device
Configuration for GPS Receivers

In the Label field you can define a label for the GPS device, for example, a name or a usage purpose,
making it easier to identify devices during measurement and post processing. The label can be seen


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GPS
(Label) GPS ,
, ,
.
Nemo Outdoor ;
.
(Serial port) ,
GPS-.
(Baud rate) .
: 1200, 2400, 4800 9600.
, (Data
bits), (Parity) (Stop bits).
5, 6, 7, 8, (Even), (None),
(Odd). 1.
GPS.
GPS-.
(Apply),
, .
OK.

(View Groups)
. , .
, ,
.
, ,
. ,
.

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MEASUREMENT PROPERTIES

(Measurement Properties)
,

),
The
Measurement
Properties
dialog
contains
several
pages and
the contents
depend
on the
device

.
type
(mobile
or scanner),
on the device model,
and
on the technologies supported by the device.



Measurement
Properties
General

name)

that

Network
namefield
can (Network
be used for
stating
the friendly
name for
the
network (operator)
Nemo
(),
Nemo Outdoor

Outdoor
measures
with the respective
test mobile.
Note
that
you should
enter the name
yourself, as

.
the
,

,name
.. Nemo
Nemo
Outdoor
does not recognize
network
that
each
mobile
is using.
The network
is
Outdoor in
,

presented
the output files
and
helps you to recognize
which network
you have been
monitoring.
; ,
BTS
file defines the base station file that will be displayed on the map. If you have a GPS receiver
.
connected to the system, you can view the measurement vehicle on the map and a line will be drawn

BTS
file)

BTS (BTS
(BTS
file)

from
the
measurement
vehicle
to the active
base station.
Click
the
button to
browse
for a BTS file

.



GPS-,
GPS-,


(.nbf
or .csv).



;
;








Subscriber
number
can
beenteredmanually
in
case
the
information
cannot
be
read
from
the
device

..

...

BTS (
.nbf
.csf).

...

BTS (
.nbf).
with AT-commands.
AT-,
(Subscriber number) .

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Advanced Properties

(Advanced)
By clicking the
Advancedbutton,
you
will
access
the Advanced
Properties
dialog.
Here you
can
(Advanced
Properties).

,
,

.
such

-
,

enable and disable


various
measurement
options
as layer messages.
If you
disable
some of the

messages

output
options, the
disabled
will not be
recorded
in the measurement
file. This
will decrease
.


file size. The
selection
depends
on the measurement
device used.
The parameters
in the
(Measurement Options) .
Measurement Options list vary depending on the device. These options are also accessible through
(Devices view).
the Devices view.

When the EVRC MOS compensationoption is enabled, the Evaluation of Speech Quality (PESQ) tool
MOS EVRC (EVRC MOS compensation),
is biased against
the Enhanced
Variable
RateCodec(EVRC)
used
in CDMA networks
and
other

(PESQ)


codecs in this
family
(EVRC-B and EVRC-WB).
MOSvalue
is incremented
by
0.318MOS.(EVRC-B

(EVRC),
CDMA,


EVRC-WB). MOS 0.318MOS.
Incoming call mode defines how incoming calls are handled. The options are answer, reject, and
ignore. You
can also
define a delay
(in seconds)
when
the Answer
option is
selected.

(Incoming
call mode)
. (answer), (reject) (ignore).
With Qualcomm-based
terminals
there
four
different
Voice
call methods:
AT commands,


(Answer),
are

( ).
keyboard simulation, and Qualcomm proprietary trace interface and trace interface 2. Voice call

Qualcomm,

method
is device specific.
Trace interface
2 methodshould
be used
with MultiRAB
testing.
When a

(Voicemight
call methods):
AT-,

voice call is terminated,


the PS data
connection
be released
with UEs using
the Trace interface
, Qualcomm
call method to make voice calls. In such a case, it is recommended to use the Trace interface 2 call
2.
method.
Please check.
the Dial-up Networking
Setup Guide or
release note2 for
device-specific

information.

MultiRAB. ,
PS (UE
With Qualcomm-based
there
are ten different
Video call methodsand
the correct
method

terminals

).
,

must
be
selected
to
be
able
to
make
video
call
testing.

2. , , .
.
Qualcomm,

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With
Select
AMR
codecsoption,you
can force
a device
use a certain
codec mode.For
the

AMR
(Select
AMR to
codecs),
AMR

example,
when
a UE is forced
to the WCDMA
AMR WB
codec,
it can freely
WBUE
AMR
codec

AMR. use
,any

WCDMA
AMR
WB,

from 6.6 kbps to 23.85 kbps.


WB AMR 6.6 / 23.85 /.

Note
that the
Enable RLC
messages
item should
not be enabled
connections

,
Data

with
RLCdata
(Enable
RLC Data
384kbit/s
or higher
as
this may
cause
instability
in the measurement
terminal.
messages)


384 / , .. .
To view data in Packet decoder grids during playback, you need to enable the packet decoding
function



or

prior to performing
data measurements.
Select Full
Partial
in the Enable
IP Capture

field. A separate .pcap-file will be generated for the measurement. This file needs to accompany
. (Full) (Partial)
the measurement file in the same folder when viewing and decoding packet capture information
IP (Enable IP Capture).
in
Packet Decoder
grids in Nemo
Outdoor.
.pcap,

, ,

Please note that when measuring with a LX GSM/WCDMA scanner in a WCDMA network, the
.
internal GPS receiver should be activated.
, LX GSM/WCDMA WCDMA
GPS-.



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Measurement Properties Measurement Settings

, ,
You
are able to make
measurement
type .
specific
configurations
by clicking
the corresponding
field in

(Measurement
the
dialog. The
Measurement
Settings page
of the Measurement
Properties
dialog
is available
for
Settings)

(Measurement
Properties)

mobiles
only.

.

Voice
Call
opensthe
Voice Call
Properties
dialog.

(Voice
Call)
(Voice Call Properties). . . 107.
DTMF characters field can be used to send DTMF (dual-tone multi-frequency) tones during a voice
DTMF (DTMF characters)
call.
(DTMF) .
Short Messaging Service button opens the SMS Testing dialog. See chapterSMS Testingfor more
(Short Messaging Service)
information on SMS testing.
SMS (SMS Testing). SMS .
152.
USSD
Message button opens the USSD Testing dialog. See chapter USSD Testing for more

information on USSD testing.


USSD (USSD Message) USSD
(USSD Testing).


USSD
. Session
. 165.Settings, MMS dialog. See chapter
Multimedia
Messaging
Servicebutton
opens the
Packet

MMS Testing for more information on MMS testing.


(Multimedia Messaging Service)
Data

,
MMSdialog.
(Packet Session Settings, MMS).
Circuit-Switched
Call opens
the Data
Call Properties
MMS . . 156.
Video Callbutton opens the Video Call Properties dialog. See chapter Making Video Calls for more
(Circuit-Switched Data Call)
information.
(Data Call Properties).
Packet
. Session
. 116. opens the Packet SessionSettings dialog.

(Video


Selected
Data Protocol
definesCall)
which
data protocol
is used to
perform
data transfers.
Clicking(Video
Call Properties).

. .
112.
theSupported
Data
Protocols
field opens
a list of supported
data
protocols.Clicking the field of a
selected data protocol will open a dialog for configuring the selected data protocol.

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(Packet Session)
(Packet Session Settings). . . 117.
(Selected Data Protocol) ,
.
(Supported Data Protocols)
.
.
N em o O u t do or

(SIP Server)

(Enable
SIP-.
.
SIP-

IP-
VoIP Measurements)

VoIP.

SIP- VoIP. ).

.
. 145. (Packet Session)

(Packet Session
Settings).

. . 117.


VoIP (VoIP
Call)

VoIP.

VoIP.
- (Custom AT Commands)
(Selected Data Protocol) ,
- .



Facebook.
.

Facebook

.
. -

(Supported
Data
Protocols)

Facebook.
(Send Command).
.

(Skype Account)

Skype.

Skype

.
. Skype.
IP- (Enable VoIP Measurements)

Skype
(Skype Call)

SIP-

VoIP.
).

Skype.

Skype.
. . 145.

76

-
- (Custom

(Custom AT
AT Commands)
Commands)

- .
.


.

(Send

.
-

Command).
AT-

.
(Send Command).

(Enable diagnostic data logging)


/ Qualcomm.
,
Qualcomm (.NBL).

( ),

.

diagnostics data logging is enabled, you can select individual Qualcomm trace messages to be
storedina separate binary file (.NBL).

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Due
to a high sample
the diagnostic data logging option shouldnot be activated during
anormal drive test.

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,
, .

,
(Enable frequency scanning).
-N (Top-N)
GSM. -N
-N , , EGSM, GSM900 GSM1800.
.
BSIC (BSIC decoding) BSIC
( ) . BSIC
(BSIC threshold) BSIC, .
(Missing neighbor detection)

(NMISS). , ,
.


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BSIC (BSIC decoding)


(Missing neighbor detection),
(Select Channels) , .

(Show channels as frequencies),


.
(Band)
(Available).
(Band) (All), .
,
.
(Available) ,
. (Selected),
, (Add)
, .
, (Add All). ,
, ,
(Add). ,
| ... (Remove All | ... items from every
band). , ,
| ...
(Remove All | ...items from current band).

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-N (Top-N),
-N (Top-N Configuration).

-N (Top-N Configuration)
(Start) (Stop) ARFCN, -N.
,
-N. -N 32. ,
(Clear all).


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, ,
.

,
(Enable pilot scanning).
CPICH RSCP (CPICH RSCP threshold).
, CPICH RSCP
.
-N (Top-N)
UMTS. -N
-N .
.
(Missing neighbor detection)

(NMISS). , ,
.

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-N (Top-N Configuration),
(Select Channels) (. . 78).

(Frequency
scanning)
Nemo


.

FSR1
N em o O u t do or
(Measurement

Nemo,Properties)


.
, .
.

10 4

GSM

,

(Devices)

(Device
Settings)
,


.
(Script Properties).

(Channel style) . GSM



200
(Script
, .

File),
30 .
,

(Data
mode)

(Script
Editor)
(.
.170). ,
. , .
Nemo Outdoor

RX:

RX

.

<None>, , <
> (<Newgroup>) (Script group),
.
. ,
(Synchronize script repeats)
(User Interface Properties) (. .53).

(Script File), , .

, 89

Nemo
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(Script Editor) (. .170).
Nemo Outdoor
. .
.
<None>, , <
> (<Newgroup>) (Script group),
.
. ,
(Synchronize script repeats)
(User Interface Properties) (. .53).
<None>,

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(Synchronize script repeats), ,
<None>, .
, ., NemoOutdoor,
USB-,
PS. , ,
, ,
, PS
.
.

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DURING MEASUREMENTS
Nemo Outdoor ,

,
you
.

in a
When
Nemo
Outdoor
is performing
the user
defined test
measurement,
can
view the
process
of

are


number
graphs,
grids,
and maps.
The graph.
and grid windows
fully user configurable.
In the

are
following chapters, the most common tasks are presented in more detail and some examples

given
to illustrate
their use. If
you.
have any problems
in
starting
the measurements,
see
chapter

,
.
.
361.
Troubleshooting.



, ,
(Start Recording)

. Nemo Outdoor .


, ,
, .
, |
(Measurement control | Start Single Shot Scanning) |
(Measurement control | Start Continuous Scanning).

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, ,
(Start Recording)

. Nemo Outdoor .


, ,
, .
, |
control | Start Single Shot Scanning) |

(Measurement

10 7
(Measurement control | Start Continuous Scanning).

, |
(Measurement control | Stop Scanning).

1. , (Measurement Properties,
Measurement settings) (. 75), ,
, (Voice Call). .
2. (Start Voice Call)
. ,
/ (Start/Stop Scripts).
: ,
, , ,
, / (Start/Stop Scripts).
3. ,
(Stop Voice Call) (Device Commands).
, .

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,
.
(Voice Call) , (Measurement
Properties, Measurement Settings),
(Voice Call Properties).

(Number) .
. ,
, .
17 .
(Request voice call callback),
Nemo
( DTMF). DTMF ; , ,
DTMF MOS. Nemo
(PTSN),
Nemo. c
Nemo ISDN,
Nemo c , .
: Nemo Server 2.5.0
.

939
10

, (Voice
quality). : ,
.
(Reference sample filename)
, .
, ,
16- .wav
8 .
Terratec, 8 16 ( WBAMR), 30 . -,
: 10s.wav, 4s_m.wav, 8s.wav, ru_6s.wav
ru_6s_wb.wav.
,
(Save sample files).
(Prefix for received sample files)
, .
, .
, Nemo Outdoor : prefix_mos_date_time.wav, prefix
, mos MOS,
, , date , time
(: terminal1_34_15112004_143045.wav).
(Save only samples below threshold)
, .
0 5, , 5 - . ,
5, , .
: (Script Settings)
,
(Script Editor). . 170.
:
Nemo,
10 .
CDMA, (CDMA specific settings, Service option)
, . :
CDMA ,
CDMA.
(Call duration) ,
, .
. 1 1 000 000
. :
,
(Delay Between Call Attempts).
(Call attempt timeout)
.
,
, .
(Call attempt timeout)
5 60 . 10 .

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TETRA
: TETRA ,

TETRA.
, .
(Voice Number Properties)
(Measurement Properties),
(Voice Call Properties).

(Number) .
. ,
, .
17 .
(Call type) . TETRA
: (duplex), (semiduplex),
(group), (direct) PSTN.
(Duplex): ;

951
11

(Semiduplex): ,
: PTT (
)
(Group): ; ,
, , PTT (
)
(Direct): , ,
PTT ( ).
PSTN:

: (Script Settings)
,
(Script Editor). . 170.
(Call duration) ,
, .
. 1 1 000 000
. :
,
(Delay Between Call Attempts).
(Call attempt timeout)
.
,
, .
(Call attempt timeout)
5 60 . 10 .

(Push-to-Talk, PTT)

Nemo Outdoor (PTT) QChat (


Qualcomm) Kodiak. Push-to-Talk (PTT) QChat Nemo Outdoor. Kodiak PTT
Nemo Outdoor


Nemo
Outdoor.
, , GSM, WCDMA,
CDMA2000
TD-SCDMA.

PTT,

. PTT , ,

.
, , , VCHI. .
. RTP Nemo Outdoor. Qchat Kodiak PTT ,
Nemo Outdoor .

Kodiak Push-to-Talk
Kodiak PTT Nemo Outdoor Bluetooth.
, COM Bluetooth
Windows.
Nemo Outdoor ( / /
Qualcomm (Add New Device | Phone | Qualcomm)). COM Kodiak PTT,
OK.

been paired with the laptop, check the COM port number from the Windows Bluetooth Devices dialog.
96

90

Start Nemo Outdoor and add the device (Add New Device | Phone | Qualcomm). In the Device
Configuration dialog, select the COM port assigned
for your device
in the Kodiak Nemo
PTT port
field and

Outdoor
click OK.

N em o O u td oor Us er Man u al
(Measurement Properties Measurement
Settings),

Kodiak,
the

In the Measurement
Properties
Measurement
Settings
page,
double-click
Kodiak
PTT call
item

Kodiak
PTT
(Kodiak
PTT
call).
to open the Kodiak Call Configuration dialog.

(Callwhat
type)

made.


Call
type defines
kind
of call will be
The options
are one
to one, one
to many,
and
group

(one
to
one),

(one
to
many)

(group
call).
call.

(Recipients)

Recipients defines
to whom
the call ,
is made.
The recipients
are
selected
from the
contact list ofthe

Kodiak

.
,

Kodiak application and are defined as index numbers. For example, if you would like to make a call to

0.
,
0.


the
first contact
on the
contact
list, enter
If the selected
call
type is one
to many,
define several
recipients
and
,

separate the index numbers with semicolons. If the selected call type is group call, .

from
the

select the
recipient
group
contact list ,
of the Kodiak
application
and
again,
use
the index

Kodiak

.
number.

and

After the
call
type
recipients
have been
defined,
start a
KodiakKodiak.
call.

recipients and separate the index numbers with semicolons. If the selected call type is group call,
select the recipient from the group contact list of the Kodiak application and again, use the index
number.

97
After the call type and recipients have been defined, start a Kodiak call.

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Kodiak , PTT/ PTT
(Press
PTT Button/Release
PTT Button). select Press PTT Button/Release PTT Button.
Once
Once the
the Kodiak
Kodiak call
call has
has been
been established,
established, select Press PTT Button/Release PTT Button.

Kodiak.
From
Events
grids, (Events),
you can
can observe
observe
the Kodiak
Kodiak
call events.
events.
From
Events
grids,
you
the
call

In addition
addition to
to calls,
calls, you
you can
can send
send IPAs. Go
Go to
to Measurement
Measurement Properties
Properties
Measurement
Measurement Settings
Settings and
and
In

, IPAs.


double-click
the
Instant
Personal
Alert
item.
Define
the
recipient
(only
one
at
a
time)
and
click
Send
double-click
the InstantPersonal
item. Define
the recipient
(only one(Measurement
at a time) and click
Send

(IPA).
Alert

Properties
Message.
Message.
Measurement Settings)
(Instant Personal Alert). ( )
(Send Message).

98

(Call duration) ,
, .
In addition to .
calls, you
can send IPAs.
Go to
Measurement Properties
Measurement

1 Settings
1 000and
000

Nemo
Outdoor
double-click
the
Instant
Personal
Alert
item.
Define
the
recipient
(only
one
at
a
time)
and
click Send
. :

,

Message.
(Delay Between Call Attempts).
(Call attempt timeout)
.
,
, .
(Call attempt timeout)
5 60 . 10 .

Nemo
Outdoor





Nemo Outdoor
,

.


,
GSM,
WCDMA,

CDMA2000
TD-SCDMA.

993
11

(Video Call Properties),


(Video Call)
(Measurement Properties, Measurement Settings).
.

(Number) .
(Request voice call callback),
Nemo
( DTMF). DTMF , , ,
DTMF MOS. Nemo
(PTSN),
Nemo. c
Nemo ISDN,
Nemo c , .
: Nemo Server 2.5.0
.
, (Voice
quality). : ,
.

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(Reference sample filename)


, .
, ,
16- .wav
8 .
Terratec, 8 16 ( WBAMR), 30 .
,
(Save sample files).
(Prefix for received sample files)
, .
, .
, Nemo Outdoor : prefix_mos_date_time.wav, prefix
, mos MOS,
, , date , time
(: terminal1_34_15112004_143045.wav).
(Save only samples below threshold)
, .
0 5, , 5 - . ,
5, , .
: (Script Settings)
,
(Script Editor). . 170.
:
Nemo,
10 .
CDMA, (CDMA specific settings, Service option)
, . :
CDMA ,
CDMA.
(Call duration) ,
, .
. 1 1 000 000
. :
,
(Delay Between Call Attempts).
(Call attempt timeout)
.
,
, .
(Call attempt timeout)
5 60 . 10 .
:
Qualcomm (generic Qualcomm handler) ,
. (Measurement
Properties | General) (Advanced).

(Advanced
Properties),
.

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11
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, .
.
1 - Samsung Z105
2 - Samsung Z107
3 - Samsung Z140, Samsung Z500, Samsung P920, Samsung Z560, Samsung ZX20
4 - Samsung ZV10
5 Qualcomm TM 6250
6 - Qualcomm TM 6250
7 - LG KU950 , LG KF700
8 - Samsung U800 (
)
9 - Samsung G800

1. (Measurement Properties,
Configuration), ,
(Video Number). .
2. (Make Video Call) (Device
Commands) (Measurement). ,
/ (Start/Stop Scripts).
: ,
, , ,
, / (Start/Stop Scripts).

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Motorola.
3. ,
(Stop Video MENT
Call).
, .
DURI NG MEASURE
S
95
:
Qualcomm. ,

Note that,
video quality
parameters
are supported
with certain
Motorola

only

test
terminals.

| | (Measurement Properties | General |


3. When you
wish to finish
the call in
manual mode,
select Stop
Video
Call. If you are.
running a
Advanced
Properties).

script, wait until the script is finished.


, Anite Finland, .

on


Note! Video call
testing is supported
any video call capable
terminal,
based on Qualcomm


.
chipset. However,
the user
must remember to select the correct method from Measurement
Properties | General | Advanced Properties prior to making the call. The selected method is
saved to the device configuration file.

Terminals verified by
Anite Finland support video calls. It is possible that if the device is not

included in the list of supported terminals,


the
does
not
video
call
functionality

N
emwork.
o O u t do or
, CS PS,

CS PS,

.
Nemo
Outdoor

Iperf TCP/UDP,
FTP,
SFTP,
.
Nemo
Outdoor

HTTP,
HTTP, POP3,
SMTP, IMAP, WAP .

.
mobiles:
supporting CS and PS data,
you can
make
data transfers. In Nemo
Outdoor,
you have
With

Nemo Outdoor
Multi


several data
protocol options
for making data transfers.

. Motorola.

.
3.The

Outdoor

multiple

,

Nemo
Multi
system enables
simultaneous
data connections.
Each
data transfer
(Stop Video Call). , .
needs
to
be
set
up
and
configured
individually.

Multiple
concurrent
data
transfers
can /be
made
manually
or with -scripts.
To
make
multiple
concurrent


Qualcomm.

-
Measurement
settings
General
Properties
-
Advanced),

data transfers
manually,
in
online
and
activate
a packet
session.
Then
select
Start
New Data

(Full)

(Start
New
Data go
Transfer)
mode

(Measurement
Properties
|
General
(Partial)

IP
(Enable
IP
Capture).

|
Transfer and the desired protocol.
Advanced Properties).

.pcap,

Nemo Outdoor. Anite Finland, .


, ,
.

11 6

DATA TRANSFERS

,
, . CS PS
.

CS
PS,



CS, .

.
.
Nemo
Outdoor

116.


PS, .

Iperf

TCP/UDP,
FTP,
SFTP,
. 117.
HTTP, HTTP, POP3, SMTP, IMAP, WAP .

Nemo
Outdoor Multi

- Data
Call Properties


.
. (Data Call
Properties), (Circuit Switched
To
view
data Call)
in Packet
decoder
grids during
playback,
you
need
to enable
the packet decoding

Data

(Devices).

function (Measurementsettings button GeneralProperties, Advanced button)prior to

/
Measurement
settings
General
Properties
Advanced),

Full
GSM,

performing data
measurements.
Select
or UMTS
Partial inCDMA.
the Enable
IP Capture
field. A
separate

(Full)

(
UMTS
CDMA

).
.pcap-filewill
be generated
for the
measurement,
and thisIPfileCapture).
needs to accompany
the
(Partial)

IP (Enable

measurement
file
under
the
same
folder
when
viewing
and
decoding
packet
capture
.pcap, information

in

grids


Packet
Decoder
in NemoOutdoor.
Nemo Outdoor.

Configuring the Data Connection


Before you can start making data transfers you need to define the actual connection that is

( - / Measurement settings - General Properties - Advanced),


. (Full)
(Partial)
IP (Enable IP Capture).

103
.pcap,

Nemo Outdoor.


,
, . CS PS
.
CS, . .
116. PS, .
. 117.

- Data Call Properties


. (Data Call
Properties), (CircuitSwitched Data Call) (Devices).

11 7
GSM, UMTS CDMA.
( UMTS CDMA ).
CS PPP-
. , (,
) .

(Number) ,
.

(Username)
.
(Password) .
(Transparent mode)
CS.
(Compression) , v.42bis.
(Modem type) ,
. Analog (v.34) ISDN (v.110 v.120).
(Timeslots (UL/DL)) .
(Coding) , .

(Modem type) ,
. Analog (v.34) ISDN (v.110 v.120).

104

Nemo Outdoor
(Timeslots (UL/DL)) .
(Coding) , .
(Enable automatic link
adaptation) (ALA).
ALA
.

- Packet Session
Settings

.
(Packet Session Settings)
(Packet Session) (Devices.

105
11
7

CS PPP-
. , (,
) .

(Number) ,
.

(Username)
.
(Password) .
(Transparent mode)
CS.
(Compression) , v.42bis.
(Modem type) ,
. Analog (v.34) ISDN (v.110 v.120).
(Timeslots (UL/DL)) .
(Coding) , .
(Enable automatic link
adaptation) (ALA).
ALA
.

- Packet Session
Settings

.
(Packet Session Settings)
(Packet Session) (Devices.

106
11 8



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor

.
.
.

107
11
9

TCP/UDP (Iperf)
: , Nemo
Iperf, Iperf
.
TCP/UDP (TCP/UDP Protocol
Configuration), TCP (IPerf) UDP (IPerf)
(Devices).

(Host name) IP-, Nemo.


:
, IP-.
:
, IP-.
: .
(Host port) , Nemo.
TCP UDP, 5001.
(Connection timeout)
, Nemo Outdoor .
,
.

108
12 0



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor
(Listen port) , .
TCP UDP, 6015.
(Direction) , ,
.
(Transfer timeout)
.

,
.
0 60 . 10 .
TCP (TCP window size)
TCP/IP. ,
, ,
(RTT). ,
, RTT. , HSDPA
8 7,3 /, RTT
100 . ,
TCP 7.3 / * 0.1 = 730 = 91.25 .
( ):

64 / (GPRS/ EDGE)
128
/
(GPRS/
EDGE)
256
/
(GPRS/
EDGE)
384 / (Rel. 99)
HSDPA
1,8
/
UE 3 & 4
HSDPA
3,6
/
UE 5 & 6
HSDPA
7,3
/
UE 7 & 8
HSDPA 10,2 /
UE 9
HSDPA 14,4 /
UE 9

~RTT ()

()

TCP

()

600
600

38.4
76.8

4.8
9.6

600

153.6

19.2

200
100

76.8
180

9.6
22.5

100

360

45

100

730

91.25

100

1020

127.5

100

1440

180

TCP

TCP (TCP buffer size) ,


. 1 8291 .
UDP (UDP buffer size) ,
. 1 8291 .
UDP (UDP bandwidth) ,
. UDP ,
.
, (PER). ,
100 /, UDP 400 /,
75% (
). , UDP
, , ,
, .
UDP (UDP datagram size) UDP .
, :
.
,
. , UDP,
UDP IP,

109
12
1

, , , .
, UDP
Ethernet, 1 500 .
UDP 1 460 .
(Number of threads) Iperf.
(Transfer duration)
.
(Transfer data size)
; , ,
.
(Packet Size).
:
(Packet Transfer Properties),
(Transfer duration) . ,
(Transfer data size), ,
, . ,
.
OK, (Measurement
Properties). PDP (PDP Context Properties).

FTP
Nemo Outdoor FTP-,
Nemo Outdoor FTP.
FTP.
. FTP
. ,
, ,
.
,
, . ,
, .
CS PPP-
. , (,
) .
,
, Nemo Outdoor.

FTP

1.

1.



, ,

. .
2.
(32)

(
66)
.
2.

(Measurement Properties) ( 69)


3.
(Measurement
Properties)
( 75) CS (. 110)
3.

PS (. 111).
4. CS (. 116)

PS
(. 117).
4.

FTP
FTP
(FTP
Transfer
Properties)
(.
115). FTP
5.
FTP
(FTP Transfer
5.

Properties)
()(.
(.122).
152).

6. () (. 170).
6. , . .
. 133.

110
12 2



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor

7. , . .
. 143.

FTP
FTP (FTP Transfer Properties),
FTP (Devices).

(Host name) IP- FTP.


:
, IP-.
:
, IP-.
,
, Nemo Outdoor.
(Port) , FTP.
(Username)
FTP.
(Password) FTP.
,
,

111
12
3

. , ,
. ,
(Passive mode).
(Connection timeout)
, Nemo Outdoor .
,
.
(Proxy type) , .
: , SOCKS4 SOCKS5.
(Address) .
(Port) , .
(Username)
.
(Password) .
(Direction) , .
(Buffer size) /,
, .
(Transfer timeout) ,
Nemo Outdoor .
,
.
(Transfer attempts) ,
FTP.
(Number of threads) ,
FTP. , 10 .
. Nemo Outdoor 10
2 . FTP .
FTP .
, . FTP ,
. ,
.
(Remote file) , FTP. , . ,
.
:
, , ,
.
,
.
,
FTP-,
(, filename_tester1.txt, filename_tester2.txt, ..)
,
.

(Local file)
file)


,
,



.
.
,
.
.


,
,

(User Interface Properties - Paths).

112
12 4



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor
(User Interface Properties),
(Paths) (. . 57).
(Generate local file)
.
FTP.
: <IMEI>_< >.bin.
,
(Write local file to disk).
:
, , ,
.
,
.

SFTP
Nemo Outdoor SFTP-,
Nemo Outdoor SFTP-.
SFTP-.
. SFTP
. ,
, ,
.
,
, . ,
, .
CS PPP-
. , (,
) .
,
, Nemo Outdoor.

SFTP

1.

.
.
2.
(. 32)
(. 66)


.

(Measurement Properties) (. 69)
3.
(Measurement
Properties)
(. 75)
3.

CS (. 110) PS
(.
111).
4. CS (. 116) PS
(.
117). SFTP
4.

SFTP
(SFTP Transfer
Properties)
(. 118).
5.


SFTP

SFTP
(SFTP Transfer
Properties) (. 125).
5.

()
(. 152).
6.
()
(.
170). . .
6.

,

. 155.
7.

, . .
. 143.

113
12
5

SFTP
SFTP (SFTP Transfer Properties),
SFTP (Devices).

(Host name) IP- SFTP.


:
, IP-.
:
, IP-.
,
, Nemo Outdoor.
(Port) , SFTP.
(Username)
SFTP.
(Password) SFTP.
(Connection timeout)
, Nemo Outdoor .
,
.

114
12 6



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor
(Proxy type) , .
: , SOCKS4 SOCKS5.
(Address) .
(Port) , .
(Username)
.
(Password) .
(Direction) , .
(Buffer size) /,
, .
(Transfer timeout) ,
Nemo Outdoor .
,
.
(Transfer attempts) ,
SFTP.
(Remote file) , SFTP. , . ,
.
:
, , ,
.
,
.
,
SFTP-,
(, filename_tester1.txt, filename_tester2.txt, ..)
,
.
(Local file) , .
, . ,
.
(User Interface Properties),
(Paths) (. . 57).
(Generate local file)
.
SFTP.
: <IMEI>_< >.bin.
,
(Write local file to disk).
:
, , ,
.
,
.

115

HTTP(S)
HTTP(S) ,
HTTP(S). HTTP(S) -. HTTP(S),
,
HTTP(S), .
CS PPP-
. , (,
) .

106

N em o O u td oor Us er Man u al

HTTP(S)

1. ,

,
To set up
data measurements
using HTTP(S)

.
1. Follow the instructions in the Dial-Up Networking Setup Guide to set up a dial-up connection and to
2.1.

measurement

connect and
configure the
devices.
(Measurement Properties) (. 69)
2. Define measurement-related settings in the Measurement Properties dialog (see Measurement
3.

Properties Measurement
Settings) CS (. 110) PS (.
111).
3. Configure the data connection for CS data (see Data Call Properties) or PS data (see Packet
4. HTTP
SessionSettings).
HTTP(S) (HTTP(S) Transfer Properties) (. 120).
Define HTTP
transfer-related
settings
5.4.

() (.
152).in the HTTP(S) Transfer Properties dialog.

Create
a script (optional)
(see
Making
Script Files). . .
6.5.

155.
6. .
After
you have completed the setup, you can start the actual data transfer (see Making Data
Transfers).

HTTP(S)
HTTP(S) Transfer Properties

HTTP (HTTP Transfer Properties),


Open the
HTTP
Transfer
item in
the Devices
view. The

HTTP Propertiesdialogby
double-clicking
(Devices). the
HTTP

same
dialog
is
used
for
defining
HTTPS
transfer
properties.
HTTPS.

In the HTTP Transfer Propertiesdialog, you can define the required data transfer settings.
Proxy Type defines the type of the proxy used in the measurements. Supported types are Tunneling,

116

Nemo Outdoor

HTTP (HTTP Transfer Properties)


.
(Proxy type) , .
: , SOCKS4 SOCKS5.
(Address) .
(Port) , .
(Username)
.
(Password) .
(Direction) ,
HTTP.
(Buffer size) /,
, .
(Transfer timeout) ,
Nemo Outdoor .
,
.
(Number of threads)

URL IP- , ,
: http://www.yourcompany.com/testfile.htm.
.

HTTP, URL . 12

, URL, : http://www.yourcompany.com:85.
:
, URL
.
:
,
URL.
,
, Nemo Outdoor.
,
HTTP. . . 170.
(Local file) HTTP.

(User Interface Properties),
(Paths) (. . 57).
:
, , ,
.
,
.
(Generate local file)
.
HTTP.
: <IMEI>_< >.bin.
,
(Write local file to disk).

(Generate local file)


.

117

HTTP.
: <IMEI>_< >.bin.



HTTPS,


SSL
SSL
encryption)
(Use
(Write
local
file to disk).

(HTTP)
HTTP ,
HTTP. HTTP -.
HTTP, URL,
HTTP; .
HTTP, ,
, LAN:
(Automatically
settings)
-
detect

Nem
o O u t do or
(Proxy server).

13 0



HTTP

HTTP
1. ,



1.

.
, .
2.
(. 32)
(. 66)
.
2.



(Measurement
Properties) (.
69)
3.


(Measurement Properties) (. 75)
3. CS (. 110) PS (.
111).
4. CS (. 116) PS
(. 117).
4. HTTPS


(Browser
Transfer
Properties)
(. 120).
5.


(Browser Transfer Properties) (. 130).
5. () (. 152).
6. () (. 170).
6. , . .
7. .

155. , . .
. 143.


(Browser Transfer
Properties), - (Browsing)
(Devices).

(Browser Transfer Properties) (. 130).


6. () (. 170).

118

7. ,

Nemo.
Outdoor.
. 143.


(Browser Transfer
Properties), - (Browsing)
(Devices).

13 1

13 1
(Transfer timeout) ,
URL IP- , ,
Nemo Outdoor .
: http://www.yourcompany.com/testfile.htm.
,
.
(Transfer timeout) ,
Nemo Outdoor .


content



,(Decode

information), , ,
.
.
(Decode content


(Close
window after
transfer),

information),
,

,
,

transfer),




(Close window
after

-
-cookies


.
-

PPP RLC.

PPP
RLC.

PPP
RLC.


PPP .
RLC.

-
-cookies

PDP
(PACPAD).

PDP

(PAC

.
PAD).

Nemo
Outdoor

Nemo
Outdoor

Nemo
Analyze.

PPP

RLC.

Nemo Analyze.
PPP RLC. ,

PDP
(PACPAD).

Nemo


Nemo
Outdoor

Nemo Analyze.
, , ,

IP-.

,
Nemo
, , ,

IP-.
,

, Nemo Outdoor.
,
, Nemo Outdoor.

POP3

POP3, SMTP IMAP Nemo


Outdoor . POP3 IMAP
, SMTP .
POP3, SMTP IMAP Nemo
Outdoor . POP3 IMAP


CS

,
PPP-
SMTP

.
. , ( ,
) .
CS PPP-

POP3 ( ,
.
,

)
.
1.

POP3



POP3
.

IP-.
,

119
,
Nemo Outdoor.

POP3
POP3, SMTP IMAP Nemo
Outdoor . POP3 IMAP
, SMTP .
CS PPP-
. , ( ,
) .

POP3

1.

,
.
.
2.
(. 32)
(. 66)

.
2.




(Measurement
Properties)
(.
69)
3.
(Measurement
Properties)
(. 75)
3.

CS (. 110) PS (.

111).
4. CS (. 116) PS
(. 117).
4. POP3 (E-Mail
Settings
(.
1240).

,

5.

POP3

(E-

.
Mail Settings (. 132). ,
.
5. () (. 152).
6. () (. 170).
6. , . .
7. .

155. , . .
. 143.

120
13 2
13 2



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor
N em o O u t do or

POP3

POP3 (E-Mail Settings


(POP3)),


POP3

POP3 (Devices).
POP3 (E-Mail Settings
(POP3)), POP3 (Devices).

POP3 (POP3 Server Settings) POP3,


.
POP3 (POP3 Server Settings) POP3,
(Server name) IP- POP3.
.

(Server
name)

IP-

POP3.

, IP-
.
:

,
IP-


:

.
,
IP-.
:

(Port)
,
POP3.
IP-.
(Username)
(Port) , POP3.
POP3.
(Username)
(Password) POP3.
POP3.

SSL

(Connection
timeout)

(Password)

POP3.

SSL
(Use SSL
encryption).
,

Nemo
Outdoor
.
,
(Connection timeout)
.
, Nemo Outdoor .
,
- (Proxy server settings) -,
.
.
- (Proxy server settings) -,
(Proxy type) , .
.
: , SOCKS4 SOCKS5.
(Proxy type) , .
: , SOCKS4 SOCKS5.

121
13
3

(Address) .
(Port) , .
(Username)
.
(Password) .
POP 3 (POP3 receiving options) ,
Nemo Outdoor.
(Transfer timeout) ,
Nemo Outdoor .
,
.
(Buffer size) /,
, .
(Maximum number of messages to receive)
, .
,
(Delete messages after receiving).
.
(View)
(E-Mail Editor).

SMTP
POP3, SMTP IMAP Nemo
Outdoor . POP3 IMAP
, SMTP .
CS PPP-
. , (,
) .

SMTP

1.

,

,

.
.
(. 32)
(. 66)
.
2.




(Measurement Properties Measurement Settings).
3.
(Measurement
Properties)
(. 75)
3.

CS (. 110) PS (.
111).
4. CS (. 116) PS

(.
117). SMTP
4.

(E-Mail
Settings.

SMTP


5.

(E.
Mail Settings (. 134). ,
.
5. () (. 152).
6. () (. 170).
6. , . .
. 155.

122
13 4



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor
7. , . .
. 143.

SMTP

SMTP (E-Mail Settings


(SMTP)), POP3 (Devices).

SMTP (SMTP Server Settings) POP3,


.
(Server name) IP- SMTP.
:
, IP-
.
:
,
IP-.
(Port) , SMTP.
(Username)
SMTP.
(Password) SMTP.
(Connection timeout)
, Nemo Outdoor .

123
13
5

,
.
SSL (Use SSL encryption),
SSL.
- (Proxy server settings) -,
.
(Proxy type) , .
: , SOCKS4 SOCKS5.
(Address) .
(Port) , .
(Username)
.
(Password) .
POP 3 (POP3 receiving options) ,
Nemo Outdoor.
(Transfer timeout) ,
Nemo Outdoor .
,
.
(Buffer size) /,
, .
(Messages to be sent) ,
SMTP. (Edit),
(E-Mail Editor),
.
. . 135.

(E-Mail Editor)
.
.

124
13 6

Nemo
Outdoor



N
em o O
u t do or

(New E-Mail Message),


, .
(Open E-Mail Message),
(Open),
.
(Save E-Mail Message)
.
(Save As)
.
(Save Attachments) ,
, .
(Attachments)
.
(Add)
.

(Open),

(Remove) .

IMAP

13 7

125
13
7

POP3, SMTP IMAP Nemo


Outdoor

. POP3 IMAP

IMAP

SMTP

POP3, SMTP IMAP
.
Nemo

Outdoor . POP3 IMAP

,
PPP-
SMTP

.

CS


. , (,

CS
PPP-

.
,


(,


IMAP
) .
1. ,



IMAP
,



.
1.


2.
(. 32)
(. 66)
.
.
.
3.

(.
32)
(.
66)
.
2.

(.

(Measurement
Properties)
75).

(Measurement
Properties

Measurement
Settings).

.
3.

(Measurement
Properties)
(. 75).

3.

CSCS

PS.
4.

(.
116)

PS

.
(. 117).
4. IMAP (E-Mail
4.

(. 116)

PS
Settings.

,
CS

.
5.

IMAP

(E(.
117).
Mail Settings (. 137).
5. ().
5.

(.
IMAP170).
(E6.
()
6.

, . .
Mail
Settings
(. 137).
7. .

, .

DURI NG MEASURE
MENT
S ()
115.
6.

(. 170).

.
143.
7. , . .

IMAP

.
143. IMAP
E-Mail
Settings
IMAP (E-Mail Settings
(IMAP)),
(IMAP)

IMAP

(Devices).
Open the
E-Mail
Settings
dialog
by double-clicking
the IMAP
item in the Devices view.

IMAP

IMAP
(SMTP
Server
Settings)

IMAP,

IMAP (E-Mail
Settings

.
(IMAP)), IMAP (Devices).
IMAP (SMTP Server Settings) IMAP,

(Server
name) IP- .

(Server
name)

IP-
.


, IP-

.
:

,
IP-

.
,

IP-.

:

(Port)
,
.

IP-.

(Username)
.
(Port) , .

(Username)

(Password) .
.



(Connection
timeout)
(Password)

.
, Nemo Outdoor .



,
timeout)

(Connection

.
, Nemo Outdoor .

SSL (Use SSL encryption),


.
SSL.

SSL (Use SSL encryption),


SSL.

IMAPserver settings define settings for the IMAP server used in the measurements.
Server name defines a name or an IP address for the server.

Note that if you have multiple simultaneous data connections, each connection must have its
own IP address.

. 143.

126


IMAP

Nemo Outdoor
IMAP (E-Mail Settings
(IMAP)), IMAP (Devices).
IMAP (SMTP Server Settings) IMAP,
.
(Server name) IP- .
:
, IP-
.
:
,
IP-.
(Port) , .
(Username)
.
(Password) .

13 8

(Connection timeout)
, Nemo Outdoor .
,
.
N em o O u t do or
SSL (Use SSL encryption),
SSL.
- (Proxy server settings) -,
.
(Proxy type) , .
: , SOCKS4 SOCKS5.
(Address) .
(Port) , .
(Username)
.
(Password) .
IMAP (IMAP receiving options) ,
Nemo Outdoor.
(Transfer timeout) ,
Nemo Outdoor .
,
.
(Buffer size) /,
, .
(Maximum number of messages to receive)
, .
,
(Delete messages after receiving).
.
(View)
(E-Mail Editor) (. . 137).

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WAP , WAP.
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.

(View)

127
(E-Mail Editor) (. . 137).

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5. () (. 178).
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6. () (. 170).

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7. , . .
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WAP

WAP (WAP Transfer Properties),


WAP (Devices).

WAP WAP,
.
WAP (WAP gateway host) IP- WAP.
: ,
IP-.
WAP (WAP gateway port) , WAP.
(Connection timeout)
, Nemo Outdoor .
,
.
(Transfer timeout) ,
Nemo Outdoor .
,
.
URL IP- , ,
: http://www.yourcompany.com/testfile.htm.
.
:
, URL
.

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:
,
URL.
,
, Nemo Outdoor.
,
WAP. . . 170.
(Local file) WAP.

(User Interface Properties),
(Paths) (. . 57).
:
, , ,
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,
.


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IP Windows 64-.
HTTP 32 64 .
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Outdoor
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Outdoor

7.20 ,
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2.0.1

VLC VLC
2.1.0
.

(32-).

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Nemo:
Nemo Outdoor 6.40-7.10, VLC 2.0.6
www.nemotechnologies.com/index
(Nemo
- Drivers
forhttp://nemouserclub.anite.com
Test Mobiles and Other
(32-).
VLC
Outdoor

Nemo:
Devices
/


(Nemo Outdoor - Drivers for Test Mobiles and Other Devices /

http://www.videolan.org/vlc.
) http://www.videolan.org/vlc.

Nemo
Nemo
Outdoor

6.2,
,

Outdoor

6.2

RealPlayer
(
11).

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11

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www.nemotechnologies.com/index
(Nemo
Outdoor
- Drivers
for Test
nemouserclub.anite.com
Outdoor - Drivers for Test Mobiles
and Other
Devices
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).

:
:

1. VLC.
1. VLC.
2. Microsoft Network Monitor.
2. Microsoft Network Monitor.
3. ,
3.

,

,
,

,
.
.

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(. 32) (. 66) .

5. (. 39) (. 77) .
(Measurement Properties) (. 75).

(Measurement
Properties
Measurement
Settings). (
5.

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, .
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Streaming
Properties

(Streaming Properties),
(Streaming) (Devices).
Open the Streaming Properties dialog by double-clicking the Streaming item in the Devices view.

: (Devices)
Note that if the Streaming item is not available in the Devices view, VLC is not installed on the
(Streaming), , VLC.
computer.
You
can download a free
player from
http://www.videolan.org/vlc.
:

http://www.videolan.org/vlc.
Nemo Outdoor 6.3 2.0.1.

URL defines
(HTTP
ofRTSP)

,
For


URL
the IP IP-
address (http
or rtsp)
the video
file that will
be streamed.
example,

,
,:
:
http://www.yourcompany.com/testfile.htm
http://www.yourcompany.com/testle.htm

YouTube
rtsp://yourcompany.com/testfile.rm
or videos
from
YouTube
(m.youtube.com/video).
Only
one
file
will
YouTube.

(m.youtube.com/video).

:
be
downloaded
at a time.
Note that
if you have
multiple
simultaneous
data
you
must

connections,

URL

.
define a different URL fromURL
different
servers for
each of
them.
To make
downloads,

consecutive
.

create
a script with several
streamingsessions.
See chapter
Making
Script Files
for instructions
on
HTTP.
.

.
170.
HTTP.
.

.
133.
making scripts.
(Connection timeout)
Connection timeout defines the time in seconds for how long Nemo Outdoor waits for the connection
, Nemo Outdoor .
to
be established.
If a connection
is not established
within
the defined
time,
connection attempt
will

fail.
.

Transfer
timeout
defines
the time in seconds
for how
long Nemo
Outdoor
waits
during a
if

(Transfer
timeout)

transfer
,

Nemo
Outdoor

.
there is a break in the data flow. If the transfer does not continue within the defined time, transfer will
,
fail.
.
Rebuffering
timeout defines
the maximum
allowed buffering duration (Rebuffering
during video playback.



timeout)

(Display video stream),


Select the Display video streamoption if you would like to view the test clip during the streaming.

(Display video
videoquality
stream),

Select
the Streaming
qualityoption
to activate streaming
measurements.
.

Configuring the Trace Route Protocol


By conducting Trace Route testing functionality, you can trace the servers pinged along the way to the

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Properties)
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(Trace Route) (Devices).

(Trace Route Properties),


(Trace Route) (Devices).

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, : www.anite.com.
IP-. , IP .
:
, IP-
.
:
,
IP-.
,
, Nemo Outdoor.
(Transfer timeout)
.
(HOP timeout)
,
.
(HOP limit) ,
.
(Resolve host names), Nemo Outdoor
.


( CS PS ),
(Iperf (TCP/UDP), FTP, SFTP, HTTP,
, POP3, SMTP, IMAP, WAP, ),
.
: ,
.

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1. , / (Start/Stop Scripts).
: ,
, , ,
, / (Start/Stop Scripts).
2. CS,
(Measurement control) (Devices)
(Start Data Call).
.
3. PS,
(Measurement control) (Devices)
(Start Packet Session). Nemo Outdoor PDP-
GPRS.
4. / ,
(Stop Packet Session)/ (Stop Data
Call).



. . Nemo
Outdoor Opticom PVI,
, , MOS. ,
Nemo Outdoor .
: .
,

VLC
2.0.1

Apple
VLC 2.0.6 ,
QuickTime
7.2,

(Streaming Prop
Properties)
(. .
141).
- VLC
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erties) (.
. 153).(Streaming

VLC


DVD
Nemo


QuickTime

DVD

Nemo

Nemo
User
Club.
Nemo User Club. .
.

1. ,

VLC.

VLC
Apple QuickTime.
2.
(Streaming Properties) (. . 141).
3. , (Start Recording).
(Measurement), | / (All
Devices | Start/Stop Data Transfer),
< > | / (Start/Stop Data
Transfer), .
4. , ,
. (/Data | /Line Graph |
/New). (Add New Layer) MOS
(Video Quality MOS) Y OK.
.
5. (Measurement) /
(Start/Stop Data Transfer),
.

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VoIP- Nemo Outdoor,


IP- IP-
N em o O u td
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Man u al
VoIP-, a
SIP-. VoIP Nemo Outdoor SIP- Asterisk.

SIP-
Asterisk

http://www.asterisk.org/applications/pbx.

VOIP CALLS

With the optional VoIP module combined to Nemo Outdoor, a


user is able to perform IP telephony measurements on the IP
networks based on the established VoIP sessions.
In order to be able to make VoIP call measurements, you will
need to install a SIP server. Nemo Outdoor VoIP system is
compatible with Asterisk SIP Server. To find more information
on installing the Asterisk SIP server,login to
http://www.asterisk.org/applications/pbx
To start making VoIP call measurements, you will need to
define some VoIP session settings in the SIP Server Settings
and VoIP Call Configuration dialogs.Open the SIP Server
Settings dialog by double-clicking the SIP Server item in the
Devices view.

VoIP-,
Domain
defines
the address
of the
SIP server, SIP-
e.g. pbx.nemo.fi.

VoIP

(SIP Server Settings)


VoIP- (VoIP Call Configuration). SIP- (SIP
Portdefines
the SIP
port. The
default
SIP
port isSIP-
5060.
Server
Settings),

(SIP Server) (
Devices).
Username/Password defines the username that the user has registered to the server and the
corresponding password.
(Domain) SIP-, : pbx.nemo.fi.
Connection timeout defines the timeout while trying to connect to the server.
(Port) SIP-. , SIP- 5060.
Registration duration defines the duration for which the SIP registration is valid.
/ (Username/Password) ,
Automatic registration,
when selected,
automatically
registers the.
user to the SIP server (as soon as

,

Packet Session has been created).
(Connection timeout)

.
When selected,
Use SIP
proxy option
enables
the user to send
outbound
SIP messager
via Proxy.

Proxy address/port defines the proxy, through which SIP messages are sent.

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(Registration duration)
, SIP .

(Registration
duration)

(Automatic
registration):

SIP

.
SIP- ( ).
(Automatic registration):

SIP-

).

SIP-(
(Use SIP
proxy)

SIP- .
SIP- (Use SIP proxy)

SIP-

.
/
(Proxy
address/port)

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MENT S
123
SIP-.
/ (Proxy address/port) ,
SIP-.

VoIP- (VoIP Call Configuration),

(VoIP
Call)

Open the VoIP
CallVoIP-
Configuration
dialog
by double-clicking
the(VoIP
VoIP(Devices).
Call
in the Devices
view.


VoIP-
Call item
Configuration),
VoIP- (VoIP Call) (Devices).

SIP- (SIP callee address) SIP-


.

SIP-
(SIP callee
address)
SIP callee
address defines
the SIP address
of the call
receiver. SIP-
.
(Audio codecs) ,
Audio codecs for the.
call can
be selected
from the list
by selecting
the box
next to them.
of

,
The
order
,

(Audio
codecs)

the codecs is,


significant
since the first codec
is offered
as the primary
when making
a call to,
a

codec

.

,
,

For

counterparty.
example,
in the image
above the primary
codec offered
for an outgoing call
is

.
,
G729/8000.

of

G729/8000.
In
addition,
only
selected
codecs are
used
while
negotiating
the
codec in
the case
an

.
incoming call.
G729/8000.
,

. (Voice quality),

Select the Voice quality option to enable voice quality measurements for VoIP calls. Please note that
VoIP. :

(Voice
quality),

this option is
available
after
you
have
selected
the (VoIP
VoIP
only
option
from
the Device
for

VoIP
only)

Configuration

VoIP.

Mobiles and(Device
Modems
dialog.

Configuration)
(. . 66).
VoIP (VoIP only)

(Device filename
Configuration)
.
Reference sample
refers(.
to the
file66).
used as the reference sample in the voice quality

measurements. Click the Browse button to select a file.

Select the Save sample files option to save the received sample files on the laptop.
With the Prefix for received sample files option you can define a prefex that will be added to the
filename of all received sample files.

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(Reference sample filename) ,


.
, (Browse).
,
(Save sample files).
(Prefix for received sample
files) ,
.
(Save only samples below
threshold) ,
( MOS).
(Script settings)
.

VoIP:

1. SIP- (SIP Server Settings) VoIP- (VoIP


Call Configurations).
2. , (Measurement control)
| (Start Packet Session).
3. SIP-, (Measurement
control) | SIP- (Register SIP Server).
4. VoIP, (Measurement control) |
VoIP- (Start VoIP Call).
5. VoIP measurement,
(Measurement control) | VoIP- (Stop VoIP Call).
6. , SIP-,
(Measurement control) | SIP- (Unregister SIP Server) (
: ;
)

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SKYPE-
Skype-,
Skype.
, Skype
Skype Nemo Outdoor . Skype
, , Skype
Nemo Outdoor.
Skype-,
Skype Skype (Skype Account
Settings) Skype (Skype Call Configuration).
Skype (Skype Settings), Skype
(Skype Account) (Devices).
, , (Devices)
Skype (Skype Account) Skype (Skype Call), Nemo
Outdoor Skype-.

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If you already have a Skype account, type in the Username and Password.

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Skype, (Username)
(Password).
(Privacy Settings) ,
Skype
(Measurement control). Skype
(Skype Privacy Settings) , ,
Skype.
Skype,
(Create New Account).
(Create Skype Account)
. .

(Full name) .
Skype.

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Skype (Skype name) Skype.


Skype.
(Password) 6-20 , , ,
.
(E-mail address)
.
Skype (Create
Account).
Skype, (Devices)
Skype- (Skype Call). Skype-
(Skype Call Configuration) Skype OK.

Skype-:

1. Skype
, Skype.

(Skype

Account

Settings)

2. Skype- (Skype Call


Configuration).
3. , (Measurement control)
| (Start Packet Session).
4. Skype, (Measurement control)
| Skype (Login to Skype Server).
5. Skype-, (Measurement
control) | Skype- (Start Skype Call).
6. Skype-, (Measurement
control) | Skype- (End Skype Call).
7. , Skype,
(Measurement control) | Skype (Logout from Skype Server) (:
; , ).

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128

Facebook,
Facebook.

FACEBOOK TESTING

Facebook,application,

Facebook
In order
to be able to test
the Facebook
you will
need to
set up a Facebookaccount.
Facebook (Facebook Configuration).
,


Facebook

(Devices).
To start
runningFacebook
tests, you
will need
to define
some Facebook
settings
in the Facebook

Configuration dialog. Open the dialog by double-clicking the Facebook item in theDevices view.
, (Devices) Facebook,

Nemo
Outdoor

Facebook.
Please
note that if
the Facebook
item
is not visible
in the Devices view,
your Nemo
Outdoor
license does not support Facebook testing.

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MEASUREMENT
MENTS
S
142
DURI

129
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129

have
a
Facebook,

(Username).

If you
youalready
already
Facebook
account,
type in
in the
the Username.
Username.
The username
username
can be
be found
found
from the
the
If
have
a Facebook
account,
type
The
can
from

(General
Account
Settings)

Facebook.
General
Account
Settings
in
Facebook.
General Account Settings in Facebook.

(Transfer
timeout)

Transfer
timeout defines
defines
the time
time
in seconds
seconds
for how
how
long Nemo
Nemo
Outdoor
waits during
during
transfer
Transfer
timeout
the
in
for
long
waits
aa transfer
ifif
Nemo Outdoor


,
Outdoor

.
there is aa break
break in the
the data
data flow.
flow. IfIf the
the transfer
transfer does
does not
not continue
continue within
within the
the defined
defined time,
time, the
the transfer
transfer
there
is
in

.
will
fail.
will fail.
(User access token)
User access
access token
token is
is required
required for
for Facebook
Facebook testing.
testing. Enter the
the username
username and
and click
click the
the Get
Get Access
Access
User
Facebook.

Enter

(Get Access
Token
button.
You
will
be
redirected
to
the
Facebook
login
page.
Enter
your
account
information
and
Token).button.

Facebook.
information

Token
You will
be redirected to
the
Facebook
loginpage.
Enter
your account
and
the Keep
Keep
me
logged in
in to
to
option.Click (Keep
Log In.
In.me
You
will return
return
to Nemo
Nemo
Outdoor
and an
an
select


logged
in to).

(Log In).
select
the
me
logged
option.Click
Log
You
will
to
Outdoor
and


Nemo
Outdoor, .
access
token
will
appear
in
the
field.
access token will appear in the field.

Application ID
ID and
and Application
Application access
access tokenfields
tokenfields are
are required
required only
only ifif you
you have
have your
your own
own
Application

(Application
ID)

(Application
application for
for accessing
accessing Facebook.
Facebook. Otherwise
Otherwise you
you can
can leave
leave these
these fields
fields empty
empty and
and the
the Nemo
Nemo
Fabo
application
Fabo
access
token)

application
will
be
used
by
default.
application
will be used
by default. , ; ,

Facebook.

Nemo Fabo.

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td oor
Us er Man
u al
Facebook.

be
,

profile.

You can define (Comment)
a Photo thatwill
uploaded
on the
wall
of your Facebook
( ), .
Comment is text that will either be posted as a status update (without a photo) or as a caption for a

(Limit for feed retrieval) , ,


photo.
,

(Get
Wall
Feed).
Limit for feed
retrieval
defines
how
many items or from how many days items will be retrieved from
the wall when the user executes the Get Wall Feed command.
Facebook, (Devices)
.
return

control)Click

After defining
Facebook
settings,
to the Devices
view and(Measurement
start a packet session.
the
, Facebook. :
Measurement control button and select one of the Facebook-related commands.The following
, / , /
information is logged for each command: operation type, success/failure, time elapsed, and amount of
.
data received/sent.

Get friend list will download the friend list from you Facebook account.
(Get friend list)
Facebook.
Get wall feed will download the wall feed from you Facebook account. The amount of data
downloaded is defined by the Limit for feed retrievalsetting in the Facebook Configuration dialog.
(Get wall feed) Facebook.


Post status
update will upload
the
text typed
in the Comment
field and
post it on the wall
of your

(Limit
for
feed
retrieval)

Facebook
(Facebook
Facebook profile.
Configuration).
Post photo will upload the photo selected in the Facebook Configuration dialog and the text typed in

(Post
status
update)
,
the Comment
field as captionon
the wall
of your
Facebook
profile.
(Comment), Facebook.
(Post photo) ,
Facebook (Facebook Configuration), ,
(Comment) Facebook.

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SMS
SMS , .
SMS (SMS Testing),
(Short Messaging Service) (Devices).

(Phone Number) ,
.
; , +3581234567.
(Service Center Address)
, .
SMS .
(Timeout) ,
SMS.
(End-to-end message), SMS
ID, 42 .
Nemo Analyze, Nemo Analyze SMS

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.
SMS-.
(Message)
. 15000 .
SMS:
: CDMA,
SMS Nemo Outdoor, SMS ,
. Nemo Outdoor
.
1. (Phone Number) (
), SMS-.
2. (Service Center Address)
, SMS. SMS
.
3. (Timeout), .., ,
SMS.
4. OK.
5. , (Start Recording).
(Measurement), | SMS- (All Devices | Send
SMS Message), SMS , <
> | SMS- (Send SMS Message), SMS
. Nemo Outdoor SMS.
6. (, ),
. (/Data | /Events Grid | /
New). (Grid Properties) (
and (Properties) ).
(Short Message Service).
OK. , SMS.

SMS CDMA
SMS CDMA
SMS. CDMA,
SMS:
Huawei C7600
LG C680
LG C676
LG KX206
LG KX256
LG VX8100
LG VX8350
LG VX8360
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.
N em o O u t do or
1. Nemo Outdoor.
2. SMS Nemo Outdoor, SMS
.
3.

(Devices)

(Measurement

.
control)

1.

SMS-
Nemo Outdoor. (Send SMS Message). Nemo Outdoor
,
2. SMS Nemo Outdoor, SMS
,
.
.
3. (Devices) (Measurement
control) SMS- (Send SMS Message). Nemo Outdoor
,
,
.
MMS , . MMS .
/ MMS-, /
/, .
Nemo Outdoor MMS. ,

MMS

,PDP,

.
MMS
,
MMSC,
/
.

MMS,
/
MMS-,

MMS

(Packet Session
/, .
Settings).
Nemo Outdoor MMS. ,

PDP,

MMSC,
/
.

MMS
,

:

MMS

Nokia 6630,
6680
N80,

MMS,

MMS .
.
. 157.

MMS.

MMS

(Packet Session
Settings).

MMS

Nokia 6630,
6680
N80,
.


MMS,

.
. 144.

PDP.
MMS.

MMS
MMS

MMS Nokia 6630, 6680 N80,


. MMS,
. . 157. MMS.
PDP.

MMS

MMS,
PDP.
(Packet Session Settings) - MMS,
(Multimedia Messaging
Service) (Devices). MMS.

MMS

(Packet
SessionSession),
Settings)
- MMS,



(Packet

(Multimedia
Messaging
QoS (Basic QoS) QoS (Extended QoS)
Service)

(Devices).

MMS.
.


.
. (Packet Session),
QoS (Basic QoS) QoS (Extended QoS)
MMS . ,

MMS,

MMS

.

.


.

MMS

MMS, MMS .

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MMSC (MMSC address) MMS.


.
MMSC (MMSC username)
MMS. .
MMSC (MMSC password) MMS.
.
WAP (WAP gateway host) WAP.
.
WAP (WAP gateway port) , WAP.
.
(Connection timeout)
, .
(Transfer timeout) ,
MMS .
(Message to be sent) MMS-,
.
(Message Editor) MMS
(MMS Editor) MMS-.

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Outdoor

MMS
MMS (MMS Editor)
.
.

MMS- (New MMS Message) ,


MMS.
MMS- (Open MMS Message)
(Open), MMS-.
MMS- (Save MMS Message) MMS-
.
(Save As) MMS-
.
(Save Attachments) ,
, .
(Attachments) .
(Add) (Open)
.
(Remove) .

MMS

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MMS, .

MMS,


.
: MMS ,

MMS Nokia 6630, 6680 N80,

MMS .
.
.
157.

MMS.

.


MMS

Nokia 6630, 6680 N80,


.
. 144.

MMS.

MMS:



MMS Nokia 6630, 6680 N80,
.
.
157.

1. MMS

(. 156).MMS.

MMS:
2.

MMS
(.
156).
1. MMS (. 156).
3.

2.


MMS (. 157).
156).

4. (.., ),
3.

MMS-
(Send
MMS Message)

MMS
(.
157).
(Measurement control) (Measurement). Nemo Outdoor

4. MMS.
(.., ),

MMS-
MMS ,
Message)

5.
, (Send

/
(Measurement
control)

(Measurement).
Nemo
Outdoor

(Start/Stop Scripts). .
MMS.
6. (, ),
5.

,

, |
/
.

(/Data
/Events
Grid | /

(Start/Stop
Scripts).

.
New).

(Grid
Properties) (

(Properties)

).

6.

(,
),

(Multimedia Message
.

(/Data
| /Events
Grid | Service).
/

OK.

(
,

New).

(Grid Properties)

MMS. (Properties) ).


(Multimedia Message Service).
OK. ,
MMS.

MMS Nokia 6630, 6680 N80


MMS Nokia 6630, 6680 N80

MMS Nokia 6630, 6680


N80, MMS Nemo Outdoor.
MMS Nokia 6630, 6680
N80,

MMS
Nokia 6630,
N80:



6680

MMS Nemo Outdoor.


1. (Messag).

MMS Nokia 6630, 6680 N80:


1. (Messag).

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2. (Messaging), (Options).

3. (Settings).

4. (Settings), (Multimedia
message).

5. (Access point in use)


(None).

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6. (Recept. in home net) (Off).

7. (Reception if roaming)
(Off).

8. (Back) (Yes) . ,
.

MMS Nokia N95, 6120, and 6121


MMS Nokia N95, 6120
6121, MMS Nemo Outdoor.

MMS Nokia N95, 6120 6121:

1. (Messaging).

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2. (Messaging), (Options).

3. (Settings).

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4. (Settings), (Multimedia
message).

5. (Access point in use)


(None).

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6. (Multimedia retrieval)
(Off).

7. (Allow anon. msgs.)


(Off), , | |
(Options| Change| No).

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8. ,
(Yes) No ().

9. ,
(Receive report) (Yes) No ().

10. (Back) (Yes) . ,


.



DURI NG MEASURE MENT S

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USSD
TESTING USSD
USSD USSD .
USSD
testing
allows
you to monitor
how
USSDMessage),
messages
are transferred
the network.
Open
the

USSD
(USSD
in


USSD
Message
dialog
by
double-clicking
the
USSD
Message
item
in
the
Devices
view.
USSD (USSD Message) (Devices).
(Timeout) ,
USSD .
(Message)
. USSD 182 .

USSD:

1. (Timeout), ., ,
.
2. OK.
3. , (Start Recording).
(Devices), (Measurement Control)
USSD (Send USSD Message), USSD
. Nemo Outdoor .
4. (, ),
. ( (Data) | (Events Grid) |
(New)). (Grid Properties) (
(Properties) ).
, USSD OK.
, USSD.

16 5

Nemo Outdoor
.
, .

USSD


USSD
.

Nemo
Outdoor.
,

USSD (USSD Message),


Nemo
Outdoor. (Devices).


USSD (USSD
Message)

PPP.

(Timeout)

,

Timeout
defines the
time in
seconds after
which the
USSD sending
attempt
is terminated.

USSD
.
.
APP

that

-.
Message
refers to the
user-defined
test message
will be
sent.The
limitfor
USSD messages
is182


-,

(Message)

characters.

.
. USSD 182 .

USSD


SendingUSSD
messages:

(Start External Application)

USSD:

(Script Editor), (Add).


1.
Define
the
Timeout,
i.e., the
time
in
seconds(Start
after
which theApplication).
message
attempt

External
1.

(Timeout),
.,
sending
,
is
terminated.

.
2. OK.
2.
Type in the
test message
and
OK. (Start Recording).
3.
,

click

(Devices), (Measurement Control)


USSD (Send USSD Message), USSD
. Nemo Outdoor .
4. (, ),
. ( (Data) | (Events Grid) |
(New)). (Grid Properties) (
(Properties) ).
, USSD OK.
, USSD.

158

USSD (USSD Message),


USSD (USSD Message) (Devices).
USSD USSD .

USSD
(USSD
Message),

(Timeout)

view,
,
3.
Start
recording
by
clicking the
Start
Recording
button
.
In the Devices
click
the

USSD
(USSD Message)

(Devices).
Nemo Outdoor

USSD
.
Measurement Control buttonand selectSend USSD Message to send a USSD message with just
one
device. Nemo
Outdoor will send the(Timeout)
message. ,

(Message)


USSD .

USSD 182 .

(Message)

USSD:
. USSD 182 .
1. (Timeout), ., ,

USSD:
.

2. OK.
1.

.,Recording).
,

3.
,

(Timeout),
(Start

.
(Devices),

(Measurement Control)
2.

USSD
(Send
USSDOK.
Message), USSD
3. ,


Recording).

.
Nemo
Outdoor(Start

.
(Devices),


4.

(,
),
(Measurement
Control)

USSD
(Send
USSD
Message),

. ( (Data) | (Events Grid) USSD


|

.
Nemo
Outdoor

.
(New)). (Grid Properties) (
4.
You
can
view,
for
example,
from a
grid window
if the
test message
delivered
successfully.
4.
(,

),

was

(Properties)

).

(Events
Grid)on|
Open
an event
grid (Data
| EventsGrid
| (
New).
Open
the Grid
Properties
dialog
(right-click
the
,

USSD
(Data)

OK.

(New)).

Properties)
(

USSD. and select


grid
and,
select Properties
from the
popup
menu).
Clear (Grid
all selections
the
USSD item
(Properties) ).
and click OK. The grid will now display only the selected USSD message testing-related events.
, USSD OK.
, USSD.

START EXTERNAL APPLICATION


This feature allows users to launch external applications from Nemo Outdoor as a part of the
automatic measurement sequence. You can define the executable as well as the command-line

Nemo
Outdoor
parameters.
With Nemo
Invex,
you can run external
applications
also on
the measurement
servers

(UICs).
, .

Nemo
Outdoor

Nemo
Outdoor

The
external
application
can
be used to launch
any proprietary
or,
third-party applications
that
are not

Nemo
Outdoor.
, ,
.

,

built,
into Nemo Outdoor.This
enables,
for example,
the testing
of data
protocols that
are not
currently

Nemo
Outdoor.


.

Nemo
Invex,

supported
by
Nemo
Outdoor.
You can
then
monitor
the
data throughputs
from the
PPP data

PPP.

(UIC).
Nemo Outdoor.
throughput
parameter., , ,

Nemo
Outdoor.

PPP.
The
external application
feature
can also
be
used
to test
web browsing.
An APP
event
is written
to the
.

APP


-.


log
file when a web
browser
is launched
and-,
closed. The
user must set the cache
size to minimum
.

from
the browser
settings.
.

APP -.


-,

(Start
External
Application)

.
(Script Editor), (Add).
(Start External Application).
(Start External Application)
(Script Editor), (Add).
(Start External Application).

16

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N em o O u t do or

(Application Name) ,
Nemo Outdoor .
.exe , : C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe.

:


(Browse),

(Wait
until completed),

(Application
Name)

Nemo
Outdoor(Nemo
Invex),

.exe

,
:
C:\Program
Files\Mozilla
Firefox\firefox.exe.

Remote
Desktop,

.

(Arguments)
,

-

. , Internet Explorer,


(Wait
until
completed),

URL
(http://www.anite.com/nemo).



.
:.

, (Arguments), .
(Arguments) , -

.
,

Internet
Explorer,

(Working
Folder)

URL
(http://www.anite.com/nemo).

, , C:\Temp.
. :
, (Arguments), .
(Working Folder) ,
, , C:\Temp.

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ICMP
ICMP ( )
(ICMP Ping)
.

(Host name) IP- URL, , ,


www.anite.com. IP-.
, IP- .
(Packet size) ,
. ,
. , ,
Nemo Outdoor.
(Timeout) ,
Nemo Outdoor . ,

(=-1).
(Delay) .
, .
:
(Delay between requests), ,
, .
, , .
(Delay from reply to request), ,
.
n (Repeat n times), ,
.
(Repeat until stopped),

, .

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1. RTT 100,

1 . 1.

1,1 (100
1000).

Example
RTT time
is 100ms
and delay
from
reply to request
is set+ to
1 s. New
request
is sent
, 1000.
every 1.1s (100ms + 1000ms). If delay between request is selected, a new request is sent every
1000ms.

2. RTT 100,
50 . 150 (100 + 50).
, 100,
, , .

Example 2. RTT time is 100ms and delay from reply to request is set to 50ms. New request is sent
every 150ms (100ms + 50ms). If delay between request is selected, a new request is sent every
100ms because the protocol always waits for a reply before sending a new request.

ICMP:

1. (Ping Settings),
ICMP (ICMP Ping) (Devices).

2. OK.

To make ping measurements:

3. (Start Recording) .

1. Open the Ping Settingsdialog by double-clickingtheICMP Pingitem in the Devices view.


4. (Devices), (Measurement
control)

and

2. Define
the required
ping parameters
click(Start
OK. Packet Session). ,
(Device Status) PDP- (
3. Click
theActivated).
Start Recordingbutton
.
PDP
Context
the Devices
view,
click on the(Measurement
Measurement control)
control button
and
select
Start Packet
5. 4.
In

ICMP (Start
Wait
until
the status
field in
the Device
Status window
says PDP(Ping
Context
Activated.
ICMPSession.
Ping).


until
stopped)
(Ping Settings), ICMP (Stop
5. From the Measurement controlmenu, select Start ICMP Ping. If you selected the Ping until
ICMP Ping), . ,
stopped
option in the
Ping Settings
dialog, select
Stop ICMP Ping to stop the ping measurement.

.
Otherwise, the ping will be repeated the user-defined number of times.


IP

MEASUREMENT PROFILES

:

IP

Windows

64
.

To make the
measurement
configuration
for
different
devices more
convenient,
you can create

IP,
,

IP-,

,
/
,

..

measurement profiles. A measurement profile contains all the necessary settings for making data


messages,
Nemo Outdoor.

transfers, voice/video
calls, sending
etc. The
measurement
profiles can
also be .
exported
,
,
/
. Ethereal.
to another
Nemo Outdoor
system. See
chapter Export/Import
Settings for more information on

.
exporting
settings.
, (Devices)
IP Nemo Outdoor,
(

(

arrow

To createa
new
measurement
profile,
go
to the.
Devices
view and
click
the
button
next
to a
Facebook)

(Edit
Measurement
Profiles).

Network Profiles.
Monitor
service (e.g. voice)
call or Facebook)
and select Edit
Measurement
.
, Microsoft

http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=4865,
Network Monitor. NM34_x86_setup.exe
(Download).

1 . 1,1 (100 + 1000).


, 1000.

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Man u al
In

(Measurement

the Measurement
Profiles dialog,
click the
Add button to Profiles),
create a new
measurement
profile
for the
(Add), ,
selected service or select one of the existing profiles. Type a name for the new measurement profile
. .
and click2.
OK.

RTT 100,
50 . 150 (100 + 50).
, 100,
, , .

ICMP:

1. (Ping Settings),
ICMP (ICMP Ping) (Devices).

2. OK.
3. (Start Recording) .
4. (Devices), (Measurement
control) (Start Packet Session). ,
(Device Status) PDP- (
PDP Context Activated).

A configuration dialog for the selected service is opened. Enter the required information and click OK.
5.

(Measurement
control)

ICMP (Start

The measurement
profile
is added
to the
Measurement
Profilesdialog.
In the future
can just select
ICMP
Ping).

(Pingyou
until


stopped)

the measurement
from
the
listand
startSettings),
measuring.

profile

(Ping

ICMP (Stop

(Measurement
Profiles).

ICMP

. ,
Ping),

.
.

IP PACKET CAPTURING

IPis not supported on 64-bit Windows.


Please note that
IP packet capturing

With
:


Windows
.
IP packet capturing,
network IP
packets
sent between IP
addresses
are
stored in64log
files and can
be post-processed with a third party application such as Ethereal. A separate log file is generated for
IP, , IP-,
each test
terminal making
transfers.

data

, , Ethereal.
In order to,
use IP packet
capturing in Nemo
Outdoor,
you must configure a dial-up connection (see the

.
Dial-Up Networking Setup Guide for more information) and install the Network Monitor driver for the

IP Nemo Outdoor,
dial-up
connection.
( .

Network
Monitor

After setting up the )


dial-up connection,
go to Microsoft
website
to download
the
free Network
Monitor
.
installation package. Select the NM34_x86_setup.exe installation file and click on Download.


Microsoft
3.4

1. Once
the installation
file is downloaded,
double-click
on it. The Microsoft
Network
Monitor

http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=4865,
dialog appears.
Click
Yes to Monitor.
continue installation.

Network
NM34_x86_setup.exe

(Download).
2. Click Nextin the Welcome dialog.

3. In the End-User License Agreement dialog select I accept the terms in the License Agreement
option, and click Next.
4. It is recommended to select the Use Microsoft Update when I check for updates
(recommended) option. Click Next to continue with installation.
5. Select Typical in the Choose Setup Type dialog that appears.

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1. , .
Microsoft Network Monitor 3.4. (Yes), .
2. (Next) .
3. (End-User License
Agreement) (I accept the
terms in the License Agreement) (Next).
4. Microsoft
() (Use Microsoft Update when I check for updates
(recommended)). (Next), .
5. (Typical)
(Choose Setup Type).

6. (Install) (Ready to
install).
7. (Finish)
(Completing the Setup Wizard).
8. Nemo Outdoor,
(Measurement Properties), (General).
(Advanced). (Advanced Properties)
IP (Enable IP Capture).
: IP (Enable IP
Capture), , Network Monitor .

IP : (disabled),
(enabled), (partial) (full).
(Disabled): IP
(Enabled): .pcap , ,
, , IP.
(Partial): .
(Full): .

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IP (.pcap)
, IP.

, ,
, .
(Enabled)

IPIP(Enable
(EnableIPIPCapture).
Capture).

(Full)


.pcap.
.pcap.

Nemo Outdoor.

Nemo Outdoor.

IP:

1. (.
N em o O u td oor Us er Man u al
).

150

2. Nemo Outdoor, IP

(Advanced
Performing
IP Packet Capturing:
Properties).

3.

IP

instructions).

1.
Set up a dial-up
connection
(see Dial-Up
Networking
Setup(.pcap)
Guide for
Ethereal.
2. In Nemo Outdoor, enable IP capturing in the Advanced Properties dialog.

3. IP packet capturing data is stored in a separate file (.pcap) for each measurement terminal and the

data can be analyzed


with Ethereal.
MAKING SCRIPT FILES

: .

Note
it is not
use scripts
with scanners.
that

possible
toASCII,

, .
- .nsf.
The script
file is an ASCII
containing
the list of (Script
numbers
that are to be called. The extension for all


file

Editor).
Script files is .nsf. You can edit the Script file configuration in the Script Editordialog.

/
,

(Measurement
(Device
script

(Devices)


Script
Editor).
You can
accesssettings)
this dialog
by selecting
Measurement
| Script
Editor (Ctrl+E).
(Script Editor).

The
table in the middle
will show
a list of
all functions
and parameters
that will
be executed
during a

.
measurement.


(Add).)
Click the
Add button
to add
commands
in the script.

Modify can be used to edit an existing script entry. Select a row from the table and click the button to
change the settings for that function.
Delete deletes the selected entry row.
Move Up moves the selected entry row up by one row in the script.

.
,
(Add).
. ,

165
(Add), .
(Modify) .
,
.
(Delete) .
(Move Up) .
(Move Down)
.
(Insert Script)
.
(Repeat Script) ,
. 1
10000.
(Use
device settings for script commands), ,
(Measurement Properties).
,
(Measurement Properties Configuration), ,
,
(Voice Call Properties) .
(New) .
(Open) ,
.
(Save) ( )
.
(Close) .
:

IF-
:
o (Is different): RSSI UMTS -70
, -70, IF
o (Is changed): RSSI UMTS

, RSSI UMTS ,
IF. , , , ,
RSSI UMTS, IF.
, RSSI
.
:
1. RSSI : -70 IF
2. RSSI -70dBm
3. RSSI -68dBm IF

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.
, , ,
, .
. ,
Nemo Outdoor . :
,
(Normal data disconnect).

(, )
. ,
GSM UMTS,

. ,
, GSM.
120 . ,
: ,
UMTS, 120. ,
UMTS 120 .
4 ( (End a voice call (forced))
120 , UMTS ( ,
).

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GSM. GSM ,
UMTS.


. ,
the example below the script waits until the system changes to UMTS.
UMTS, 5 ,
, PDP FTP.
, GSM, 60 .
GSM 60 ,
60 . FTP
GSM 60 (
, .
(End a voice call (forced)),
RAT.

PS .
, GSM 60 ;
. 60 .

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PS .
GSM 60 (
, ).

, GSM 60 ,

FTP ( ) (Stop FTP transfer (Normal))

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(Add)

(Add) , .
,
. . .
(Start External Application) .
165.
(Script Editor), (Add)
DTMF (Send DTMF Characters), DTMF.
, ,
DTMF.
.

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Receive Call

(Receive Call Configuration)


In the Receive
Call Configuration
dialog you can define settings for incoming calls.


(Voice
quality),

Select the
Voice qualityoption
to activate
the voice
quality
settings.
Note
that the voice
quality


settings are
available.
only if
your license
supports
voice quality
measurements.
, .
Reference sample filename defines the reference sample to which the received audio sample is

If
(Reference
filename)

compared.
you want to use
your own test
samples,sample
make sure
that the
samples are
of 8KHz
,

samplingrate,
16-bit
linear coded .wav
files that are
no longer
than six
seconds
in length.
With the

a
Terratec sound
card, sampling,
rate can be
8kHz or 16 kHz
(for
WB-AMR
testing)
and sample length
16-

.wav
8 ,
maximum of
30 seconds.For
ECHO measurements,
use one of
the following samples:
10s.wav,

6 .
4s_m.wav,
8s.wav, ru_6s.wav,
and ru_6s_wb.wav.
Terratec, 8 16 ( WBSelectthe
Save sample files
option to save
the.
received
voice
quality sample
AMR),

30

, files.

:
10s.wav,
4s_m.wav,
8s.wav,
ru_6s.wav,

ru_6s_wb.wav.
Prefix for received sample files refers to the prefix that is added to the file names of received audio

sample
files. If you
leave this field
empty,
the received
audio files
are not stored.
a prefix
is

,When

defined,
Nemo
Outdoor
names
the
files
as
follows:
prefix_mos_date_time.wav
where
prefix
is
the
(Save sample files).
user-defined prefix, mos the voice quality score on a MOS scale with one decimal precision but

forinreceived
sample
files)
,
without decimal
point, date in
DDMMYYYY
format,(Prefix
and time
HHMMSS
format.
For example:

.
terminal1_34_15112004_143045.wav.
, . ,
Save only
samples
below
threshold
determines
the value
below
which the samples
areprefix_
saved. The
,

Nemo
Outdoor

:
threshold
values
range
from
0-5,
0
being
the
worst
and
5
the
best
value.
The
default
threshold
value is
mos_date_time.wav, prefix , mos
5,
which
means
that
all
samples
are
saved.
MOS ,
Settings

,
time


:
,
Note thatdate
the Script
table
is activated
only
if you access
this.
dialog through
the Script
terminal1_34_15112004_143045.wav.
Editor.

Note that with voice quality measurements when calling the Nemo audio server, the delay time
between a new call attempt and the previous call disconnect must be at least 10 seconds.

171

(Save only samples below


threshold) , .
0 5, 0 , 5 .
, 5, , .

: (Script Settings)
, (Script
Editor).

:
- Nemo,
10 .
(Call duration) ,
, .
. 1 1,000,000 .
: ,
(Delay Between Call Attempts).
(Call reception timeout)
.
, ,
.
(Call Reception Timeout) 5 60 . ,
10 .

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, (Wait).


,

(Wait Settings)


(Wait).

(Wait Settings) .
.

(Wait until the time is)


, .
(Wait for all scripts to be
synchronized) .
Nemo Outdoor
/ .
,
.
PS.
, FTP .
, IP-.
(Wait settings)
(Wait for script synchronization). (Wait for script
synchronization) .

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, PS (PS
data).

,
. ,
. .
, ,
, .
(Current time)
. , 10-
.
(Last notification)
. ,
60 .
.
:
.
(Next notification)
. ,
GSM UMTS.

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em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor
(until: Current system)
, ,
, .

(But at most)
,
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MENT S, .
159

(Custom condition),

.
1.


can
.
With
the Custom
condition
option
you
make the
script
wait for a custom
condition. Click the Edit

(Edit
Rules),

(Wait
2. ,



Rules
button
to
access
the
Wait
Custom
Conditions
dialog
where
you
can
define
a
wait
condition.
Custom
Condition),

.
,

(, ).

.
For
example,
can define
a
specific
parameter
value.
3.

you

(Last notification)
(Next notification), ,
.

17 8

N em o O u t do or
(until: Current system)
, ,
, .
(But at most)
, , .

Adding a pause in the script file:


:

1.
First define
the wait
time in
seconds. .
2. ,
2.
Then define
which
point onwardsthe
wait
time
is calculated:
from the current
time).
or after a

from

(,

3. certain
event

(Last
notification)

notification, such as, call attempt.


(Next notification), ,
3.
If you selected
the
Last notification
or Next notification option, define also the maximum wait time in

.
seconds after which the script will continue.

175
17
9




| / (Advanced | If/End If),
(If Condition Settings).
, ,
. ,
, , , Outdoor
- , , ,
.

(Field),
. (Condition) (Value)
, ,
- .
UMTS FDD.
(Value). (Add to
list), . ,
(Remove). .
(Add)
(Move Up)

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N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor
(Move Down). Serving sys.=5
(Parameters) , .
, (If Condition) (End
If) .

. | |
/ (Add | Advanced | Loop/End Loop),
(Loop Settings).

177
18
1

:
x (Repeat the loop x times)
x (Repeat the loop for x minutes)
x (Repeat the loop until the time is x)
, (Repeat the loop as long
as the following criteria are met)
, (Repeat the loop
as long as the following criteria are met), .
(Field), .
. , (Add to list) OK,
.
.
(Add).

(Move Up) (Move Down). , ,
, .

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N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor
,
. , ,
(UMTS | Ec/N0 (Active)) (Field).
, -5.
(Add to list) OK.
, Ec/N0 (Active)
-5.

,
, UMTS. UMTS
GSM, .

164

179

N em o O u td oor Us er Man u al
(If) (Loop)
. ,
Counters and Timers
.
Counters
and
timers
can be used
with If
and Loop
commands(Script
as conditions.
a counter you can

(Add)
Editor) With

define
a
number
of
instances
and
with
a
timer
you
can
define
a
certain
time
in
seconds.
/ (Advanced | Counter) /
(Advanced | Start Timer). / OK.
Click the Add button in the Script Editor and select Advanced | Counter or Advanced | Start Timer.
/ (If)
Define a name for the counter/timer and click OK. The counter/timer can now be selected as a
(Loop Condition Settings).
condition in the If and Loop Condition Settings dialogs.

, .
, GSM
(GSM calls) , (Duration).
, ,
: GSM ,
600 .

180

Below is an example of a script with both a timer and a counter. On row three there is a loop
command with a counter condition called GSM calls and a timer condition called Duration. The loop is
configured to repeat a voice call until one of the following conditions is met: number of calls in a GSM
Nemo Outdoor
system is five or the loop has been running for 600 seconds.

18 3

Running
Scripts

After you have created a script, it will be saved and you can load it for measurements later on.
, ,

To
run the .
script file:

18 3


Properties,
:
1.
In the Measurement
Scriptsdialog, select the script in the Script File field. Note that
you need to define the script for each device individually. The script can be different for each
1.

, (Measurement Properties, Scripts)

device.
(Script File). :

,
2.
Activate the
Start/Stop
Scripts.
(F8) button
. Nemo
Outdoor
will start
running
the measurement

, ,

.
according to the script file. Note that if you have selected the Start Scripts Automatically option in
.
User Interface
Properties
Generaldialog,
Nemo Outdoor
will start
running(F8)
the .script
when
you
2. the

/
(Start/Stop
Scripts)
Nemo
Outdoor
click
the
Start
Recording
button.

. :

:
(Start Scripts Automatically)
3.
The
program will now
conduct the measurement
as defined
in the script
file.

,
(User Interface
Properties,
1.

,
(Measurement
Properties,
Scripts)
General)
.52),
Nemo
Outdoor

(Script
:

4.
During (.
measurements,
you
can
stop and
start
theFile).
script
for each
measurement
device
individually

(Start
Recording).

the

,
while the
other devices
will continue
running
their
scripts. Select
a device
and click
Start/stop
.
script state
for selected
button
in the
view. You
can
then
control the device
3.
device

Devices


manually.
.

(
|

2. / (Start/Stop Scripts) (F8) . Nemo Outdoor


(Measurement
|
Stop)

(Stop)).

5.
After
the script
is finished,
you
can
stop the
recording
(Measurement
|
Stop
or :
Stopbutton
).
4.


Automatically)

(Start Scripts

( , ,

Properties,
).

(User
Interface

General) (.
. 52), Nemo
Outdoor
/

(Start
Recording).(Start/stop script state for selected device) .
.

3.

,
,

(
|
5.

(
| (Measurement

,

| Stop)



(Stop)). .
|(Measurement
Stop)

(Stop)).
.
.

, |
(Measurement | Start Measurement List),

(Measurement
List).


.
, .
.
.

, |
(Measurement | Start Measurement List),
(Measurement List).

another. Each measurement is recorded in a separate file. You can also use measurement lists in idle
mode.
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In Online mode, select Measurement | Start Measurement List to open the Measurement List181
18 4

%a
%A
%b

dialog.

N em o O u t do or


, .
.

(Add
New),

,

(Remove),

Scheduled
measurements displays
a list of measurements
that
will be run when
the measurement

(Load),
,


in

list is started.
Each
measurement
will be ,
recorded
own
file. Click
Add New
to.
add new

its


.(Save),



measurements .
and Remove
to delete
selected
measurements
from
the list.

(*.nmix)
(Add New), , (Remove),



files).

(Configuration
.
(Load),
Filename defines the filename format. The default format is %y%b%d %H%M%S (year-month-day
, (Save),

(Filename)


- %y%b%d
hours-minutes-seconds,
e.g.,
165246)
but
you .
can
use
any
combination
of
the items
below.

.
06May31
,

(*.nmix)
%H%M%S
(--
--,
:
06May31
165246),

For example, "%y%b%d_%n


that the filename
looks asfiles).
follows: 06May31_1. The last number

means

(Configuration
. , "%y%b%d_%n ,
(%n) is the sequence number for measurement files recorded that day.


:
(%n)

(Filename)


.06May31_1.


- %y%b%d

%H%M%S
(--
--, : 06May31 165246),
Abbreviated
weekday
name

.
. , "%y%b%d_%n ,
name
: 06May31_1. (%n)
Full weekday
%a


%A


.
Abbreviated
month name
%b

%B

%a


%d

%A
(01 31)
%H

24-

(00 23)
%b

%I

12-

(01 12)
%B

%j

(001

366)
%d

(01
31)
%m

(01

12)
%H
24- (00 23)
%M


(01
(00 12)
59)
%I
12-

%n

(1

)
%j
(001 366)
%N

) 12)
%m

(1
(01
%p

(A.M./P.M.)
%M
(0012-
59)
%S

(00

59)
%n
(1 )
%N
%p
%S

(1 )
12- (A.M./P.M.)
(00 59)

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Nemo Outdoor
%U
, (00 53)
%w
(0 6; : 0)
%W
, (00 53)
%U
, (00 53)
%y
(00 99)
%w
(0 6; : 0)
%Y


5
%W

, (00 18
53)
%z
,
%y
(00 99)
; ,
%Y

%Z


,

%U


,


(00
53)
%z


%w

(0

6;
:
0)
; ,
%W


,


(00
53)
%Z


,

CSV,


%y

(00

99)
; ,
(Save
to file).
%Y statistics

%z

CSV,

(Measurement
completion)
,

;

(Save statistics to file).

.
%Z

,
;
(Measurement
,



completion)
,


(When all scripts are completed),
CSV,
.
(Save statistics to file).



(When (After
all scripts
are completed),


recording
duration),

(Measurement
completion)
,

.
. (:).
(After recording duration),



(At

measurement
size),

(When
all
scripts
are
completed),

(:).
.

().
.


(At measurement size),

(After
recording


(Save
statistics
to
file),
duration),



(Devices)

,
Nemo

().

Outdoor. CSV.
. (:).

(Devices)

Nemo

FTP
(Send measurement

(Script

file)

(At measurement
size),

Outdoor.
results
to FTP
server),


FTP

(Script
Editor),

.
.

(). file) , .

(Script
(Script Editor),

(Properties) (Devices)


,
Nemo
.
(Measurement
Properties

Script).
Outdoor.
(Properties)

(Start)

. .

(Script


,
(Measurement
Properties
file)
Script).
(Script Editor),
.

(Start)

1.
(Properties)

(Add New),

Properties

:

(Measurement
Script).

1.


(Add
New),
2.

(Devices).
(Start) .

3. (Script File).
2.

(Load),

(Devices).

,
,

(Script
Editor).

:
(Save), . ,
3.

File).

4.

.
1.

(Script
New),

(*.nmlx)

(Add

(Configuration
files).
,

(Script
Editor).

(When
/

FTP
5.


all
scripts
arecompleted).
/4.

FTP.

.
,


(Start).
2.

(Devices).

FTP,(When

/
5.

all scripts
completed).
6.

are
.
3.

(Script
File).

(Start).

FTP
(Save
|
Save
To
FTP
Server).

FTP,

, (Script Editor).
FTP (FTP Options). . . 313.
6.

.
7.

(Save).
4.

.
.aex .
5. (When all scripts are completed).
.
7.

(Start)., (Save).
6. , , .
7. , (Save).

Options button to define settings for the FTP server. See page 314 for more information on the
settings.

Define
a name for the .aex file on your PC. The measurement list will be saved in this file.

183

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%U
%U
%w
%w
%W
%W
%y
%y
%Y
%Y
%z
%z
%Z
%Z

, (00 53)


(00 53)


,
(0

6; :
0)


,
(0

6; :
0)


(00 53)


(00 99) (00 53)

(00 99)

,

;

,

;

; ,
CSV,

CSV,
(Save statistics
to file).
(Save statistics to file).

list

/ not

To load
a measurement
from an FTP
server,
select
Load
|FTP,
From
FTP
Server.If
you have

(Measurement
completion)
,

(Measurement
completion)
,

FTP
(Load
|
From
FTP
Server).

FTP,

.
defined any FTP
server settings, the list will be empty. When FTP server settings are defined, a
list
of
DURI NG MEASURE
MENT
S
169

.
.

FTP ,
exported measurement list files will appear. Select a file and click Open.
. (Open).
(When all scripts are completed),

(When all scripts are completed),


.
.
(After recording duration),

(After
recording duration),

. (:).
. (:).
(At measurement size),

measurement
size),

(At
.

().
().
(Devices) , Nemo

(Devices) , Nemo
Outdoor.
Outdoor.
(Script file) , .

(Script
file)

.


(Script,
Editor),

(Script
Editor),

.
.
(Properties)
(Properties)

(Measurement
Properties Script).
(Measurement Properties Script).
(Start) .
(Start) .


:
Creating
a measurement
list:

1. (Add New),
1. (Add New),

1. Click the Add New button to add a new measurement.

2. (Devices).
2.
Select a device
from the
list.
2.

Devices

(Devices).
3. (Script File).
3.
Select
a script
from
Script
File
field.
You
can
edit
the
selected
script
by clicking the
Script
3.

the

(Script
File).

(Script
Editor).
,
(Script Editor).
Editorbutton.
4. .
4.

4.
Repeat the previous
steps
until you
have a complete
measurement
list..
5. (When all scripts are completed).
5.
all

are

(When
,

(Start).
5.
Select
the When
scripts
completed
option.
Finally, click
Start.all scripts are completed).
, (Start).
6.

, completed.
.
6.
The measurement
list
is finished,
after all scripts
have been
6. , , .
7. To save the measurement list, click Save.
7. , (Save).
7. , (Save).

FORCING FUNCTIONS

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N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor


Nemo Outdoor ,
Nemo Outdoor. ,
, .
, , .
.


GSM UMTS.
GSM UMTS
/ . : ,
,
,
, .
,
, . ,
,
.

Nemo Outdoor
:
: ,
(Neighbor Stations) .

: ,
.
, ,
.
1. ,
(Measurement settings) (Devices) and
(Channel Locking). | <
> | (Measurement | <device name> | Channel Locking).
(Channel Locking).

2. / (
/ )



(Lock). ,
. ,

(Lock).
,
. ,
.

18 7
,
(Device
,
(Device

185
18
7

Status)

Status)

3. (Unlock) |
(Forcing functions | Channel locking), .
3. (Unlock) |
(Forcing functions | Channel locking), .


GSM.

GSM.

(Band
Locking),

(Band
Locking),

.
(Band Locking),

(Band Locking),


.
(Measurement settings)

(Devices),


(Band

(Band
Locking),
Locking).
(Measurement settings)
(Devices), (Band
Locking).

186172

You can use band locking if you want to compare how the network functions with different bands and
systems. Using the Band Lockingdialog, you can force the mobile to use certain bandsor system(s).
N em o O u td oor
Us erOutdoor
Man u al

Nemo
You can open the Band Lockingdialog by selecting the device and clicking the Measurement
settings button
in the Devicesview and choosing Band Locking.

Band Locking

18 8

You can use band locking if you want to compare how the network functions with different bands and
systems. Using the Band Lockingdialog, you
can
the
mobile
to use
force



certain
Nbandsor
em o Osystem(s).
u t do or
You can open the Band Lockingdialog by selecting the device and clicking the Measurement
settings button
in the Devicesview and choosing Band Locking.

18 8

N em o O u t do or


list


(Lock).

the

(Lock).
Choose the
band(s)
or system(s)
from
and
click
the Lock
button.
This
will lock the mobile
to
the

/.

/.

band/system you have chosen. Click Close to exit the dialog.


(Close),

(Close),


..

,will

A red indicator
appear
in the Device
Statusview
when
a lock is
activated. .
, (Device Status)
, (Device Status)
.
.

the



(Lock).
Choose
the
band(s)
or system(s)
and click
the Lock
button.
will lock
the mobile
to the

from
,list

This

/.
(Band
Locking)
have

Click

(Unlock).
band/system
you
chosen.
Close
to exit
the dialog..


(Close),


, .
, .
A red indicator will appear in the Device Statusview when a lock is activated.
: / ,

(Device button.
Status)
To release
the
band ,
lock, open
the Band
Locking
dialog.
and
click the Unlock

.
,
(Band Locking) (Unlock).
, .



Nokia.

:
/


.
To release
the
band lock,
open
the,
Band
Locking
dialog
and click
the Unlock
button.
(Band Locking)

(Unlock).
.
,
, , .


( |


(Measurement control | Start Voice Call).
Nokia.
(Handover Control) ( |
(Measurement settings | Handover Control).
.
OK.
,
, , .
( |
(Measurement control | Start Voice Call).
(Handover Control) ( |
(Measurement settings | Handover Control).
OK.

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BCCH ARFCN ,
(1-885), .
BSIC .
- : (Normal
mode), (Handover forcing)
(Handover suppression). , ,
. ,
. ,
, (..,

, GSM
). ,
6.
6,
(Handover forcing).
(Target cell settings) (Non-Target
cell settings) 3G, .., Ec/N0
RSCP , Ec/N0 RSCP .
(Normal mode), ,
2G 3G .

188
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N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor

, (Target cell),
- GSM WCDMA.
GSM, .
GSM,
WCDMA, WCDMA
.

189
19
1

, ,
,
, .
Ec/N0 RSCP
. , ,
. ,
.
(Handover forcing), Ec/N0 and RSCP,
. (Normal
mode), .

, 3G
, 63 Ec/N0 7.6, . 6 255
. 6
.

190
19 2



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor
, 6
Ec/N0 -4.7. , , 10. 6 Ec/N0 value -18.2 (),
255 () .

, /.
.

,
.

191
19
3

(Handover suppression),
. ,
WCDMA. /
GSM. , ,
, .

192
19 4



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor

:
. . . 170.


Nokia 2G Motorola 3G.

19 5

, , ,
(/Accept), ,
(/Ignore), (/Reverse).
(Cell Barring)
, (Measurement settings)

, , ,
(/Accept), ,

(/Ignore), (/Reverse).

193
(Cell Barring)
, (Measurement settings)
(Devices) (Cell Barring).
| < > | (Measurement | <device name> | Cell
Barring).

/ (
)
:
(Measurement settings) (Devices),
/ (Set Terminal Radio On/Off).
| < > | /
(Measurement | <device name> | Set Terminal Radio On/Off).
(Device Status)
.

AMR

Qualcomm.
Qualcomm, / AMR.
:

GSM AMR NB
GSM AMR WB
GSM AMR HR
WCDMAMENT
AMR WB
DURI NG MEASURE
S

179

/
(
,
)
(Advanced
dialog (Measurement
The codecs
are enabled/disabled
from the Advanced
Properties
dialogProperties
(Measurement
Properties
Properties General page, Advanced)).
General page, Advanced).

CELL TESTING

194
19 6



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor



, .
(Cell Testing), ,
(Measurement settings) (Devices)
(Cell Testing). | <
> | (Measurement | <device name> | Cell Testing).

(Phone number) ,
. , ,
, . , , ,
, , .
(Test cases) ,
(Voice call) (Packet call), , (

(Voice & Packet)). , ,
,
PDP- .
. , (Voice call),
(Packet call).
RX (RX level threshold): GSM,
, .
Ec/N0 (Ec/N0 threshold): UMTS,
, .
(Maximum number of calls)
, .

195
19
7

| (Voice call
settings | Maximum number of retries)
, .
, Nemo Outdoor
.
| (Packet
connection settings | Maximum number of retries)
.
, Nemo Outdoor
.
(Save results to file) ,
.
(Save results to clipboard) ,
.
(Test results) .
, .


; ,
, GSM/WCDMA, CDMA.
Nokia.
:
1. , ,
2. ,
3. .
,
. / ,

196
19 8



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor
.
. ,
,
, / .
,

.

1. Nemo Outdoor.
2. (Devices),
(Measurement control) .

(Frequency Scanning Properties). (Frequency scanning)


BSIC (BSIC decoding) (Missing
neighbor detection). Select Channels ( Channels).

: BSIC (BSIC decoding)


(Missing neighbor detection),
Top-N.

197
19
9

4. ( (Select
Channels) . . 78).
5. - OK.
6. , (work online),
, (Measurement control) |
(Start Single Shot Scanning) (Start
Continuous Scanning).

7. , Nemo Outdoor

.

/

, .
,
: GSM Layer 3 GSM/WCDMA.
:
CDMA/EVDO.
,
, . Nemo Outdoor ,
, , ,
.
, ,
, Ec/N0 RSCP, .
Nemo Outdoor.
, , .
| < > (Measurement | <device name>),
(Missing Neighbor): .
.
RX . RX ,
.
(Enable), .

198
20 0



N
em o O
u t do or
Nemo
Outdoor

GSM,
32. , ,
, ,
.
: . 32, 3
RX: -50- -110, : -95

, , Ec/N0 (Missing Neighbor


Ec/N0) ( | | (Data | Bar Graph | New),
(New Layer) Y).
.

199
20
1

-


-,
-,

UMTS,
UMTS,CDMA
CDMA
EVDO),


Nemo
Outdoor

EV-DO),

Nemo
Outdoor

. .

,
,
/
,

,

,




.


.


;
,

Nemo Outdoor.

Nemo
Outdoor. - ,
,


.
.
(Devices)
- (Pilot Pollution Analysis).

-
Nemo Outdoor.
Ec/N0 () (Ec/N0 active set best below
threshold (dB))( UMTS): , -12.
- ,
Ec/N0 -12.

Ec/I0
()
() (Ec/I0
(Ec/I0 active
active set
set best
best below
below threshold
threshold
EVDO):
(dB)) ( CDMA EV-DO):
,
,


-12.
-12.

Ec/
- ,
,

Ec/I0

-12.
I0
-12.
RSCP
()
() (RSCP
(RSCP active
active set
set best
best above
above
threshold (dB))
(dB))(
(
UMTS):
,

-95.

UMTS):
,

-95.

--
,


RSCP

RSCP

-95.
-95.

RSCP
RSCP (Ec)
(Ec)

(RSCP
(RSCP (Ec)
(Ec) active
active set
set best
best above
above


threshold)
(
CDMA

EV-DO):

-95.

threshold) ( CDMA EVDO): , -95.

- ,
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-
RSCP -95
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cell(dB))
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UMTS):
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UMTS):

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-
,

Ec/N0

- , Ec/N0 -,

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-6.
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,
Ec/I0

Ec/I0
-6.

-
,

-,

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-, Ec/I0 , -6.
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-
-

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Ec/N0
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(CELLPOLLUTION).
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RSCP -
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.

- UMTS

Ec/N0 - -12
Ec/N0 - -6 Ec/N0.


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CDMA/EVDO

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CDMA/EV-DO


(CELLPOLLUTION).
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Ec/N0 -
RSCP -
- ( )
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GSM,
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600 : z = -49
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, GSM GSM,
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, C/I.
Nemo Outdoor.
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- RX (
: -90 )
- RX (
: 4)
C/I
( : 10 )

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TCH

- RX
- RX
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.

; ,

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PN, EVDO (CDMA
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LTE PN,
Cell ID).

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EV-DO
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Cell ID).


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(Devices) and (Band Scan).

(Scan settings)
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().
, ,
. , (Start
Scan). , , GSM
900, 1800 WCDMA 2100 2,5 . ,
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GSM GSM/UMTS.
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name> | Timeslot Testing).
(Timeslot Test Configuration).

, (Phone Number Used for Testing)


. .
(Run Test Until Completed)
, , .
:
(Run Test Until Completed), .
, (Stop
Testing).
(Specify call duration)
, .
| BCCH (Channel Settings | BCCH channel)
(Channel) (BCCH), . ,
BCCH (Timeslots used by BCCH) ,
. ,
(Select Channel).

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(Save results to clipboard) ,
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, , ,
. TCH .
, , .
, , . , , ,
.
(Number of Call Attempts) ,
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, (Stop
testing).
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] | (Data | [graph type] | New).

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(Parameters)



(Parameters)

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(Parameters) ,
(Parameters) (Windows). (Windows),
. (Parameters),
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, .


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(Custom Window Properties)


.
(custom window groups) ,
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Nemo Outdoor LTE,
LTE.

Save Custom Window


Changes
(Save Custom Window
Changes), , .

Save as New Custom


Window


(Save as New Custom Window) .
(Custom Window Properties) (. ).
.

- Save as Image

(Save as Image),
.jpg.

- Move View To

(Move View To)


. . . 338.

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(Properties)
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Properties). ,
(Graph Properties). ,
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(Axes) .
(Default), .
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(Automatic bar scale). (Yes), X
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screen mode), , .

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(Edit Parameters),
(Edit Parameters).
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(Graph)
(Values). .

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(Side Panel). ,
(Side Panel) .

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- Layers

(Layers), (Layers)
.

- Values

(Values),
(Values) .

Full screen

(Full screen), Nemo


Outdoor .

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.
,
.

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-
Graph Side Panel - Layers

. ,

(Remove
layer),

a .

The
layers can
be dragged
and dropped
on some
toolbar
buttons.
For example,
layer can
be ,

.
dragged and dropped on the Remove layer button
to remove the layer. The order of the layers can
also be changed by dragging them with the mouse.

.
The layer is now removed.
,
X (Layers). ,
(Layers).
,
(Layers).

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MENT
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,
X (Layers). ,
To
create
space
in
the graph side
panel, youcan
also click on the
X button
the right-hand
of

in
(Layers). corner

on
,

corner

the
Layers
view.To
reopen
theside
view,
right-click
onalso
the graph
and
Layers
in right-hand
the popup
menu.
To
create
space
in the
graph
panel,
you
can
click
theselect
X button
in the
of

(Layers).
You
can
also
change
the order
of theright-click
parameters
the
graph
byselect
dragging
themininthe
thepopup
Layersmenu.
view.
the
Layers
view.To
reopen
the view,
on in
the
graph
and
Layers
You can also change the order of the parameters in the graph by dragging them in the Layers view.

Right-click
on the Layers
view
to view
the Layers
popup
menu.

(Layers),

(Layers).
Right-click on the Layers view to view the Layers popup menu.

220

(Layers),
(Layers).
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(New Group), (Rename Group),
(Remove Group), (Move Group Up),
(Move Group Down) (Group Similar Layers)
.
,
. ,
.

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(Group
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.

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New Layer

(New Layer) .

Y X. .
, . . . 225
(Layer Properties). (Add),
, (Close), .

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Hide Layer

(Hide Layer) .

Remove Layer

Layer Properties

(Layer Properties),
(Layer Properties). ,
. (Layer Properties)
.

(Line width)
(Stairs) ,
( ) .
(Y)(Sort(Y)):
. .

(Draw as area) , .
(Area transparency) ,
(0 = , 100 = )
(Averaging) ,
.
, .
, .

(Color)
,

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(Window size) .
(Automatic scale)
,
.
(Use value scale defaults):
,
. :
(No) , .
(Automatic scale) (No).
(Minimum) ,
(Automatic scale) (No).
(Yes), .
(Maximum) ,
(Automatic scale) (No).
(Yes), .
(Minimum and maximum threshold)
,
. ,
.
, :
(Channel): , (Ch = ch1 ch2
ch 3 Pilot 0 p1 p2 o3 ...). , .
- (Pilot): -,
(Ch = ch1 ch2 ch 3 Pilot 0 p1 p2 o3 ...).
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, -, - .
(Frequency): , (Freq = f1
f2 f3 ); , .
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Preamble Count. .
(Point style) (, )
.
(Point size) .
(Point transparency) .

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.

/

. ,
(Layers).

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(Device Selection)
. :
.
(Device Selection)
( ,
).


,
. (Layers)
(Values),
.

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- .

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, (Parameters) ,
.
Ec/N0 ().
(Values) Parameter () , , .
, (Values).

.
, . ,
. ,
(Values).

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(Values),
(Edit Parameters) (. . 217).


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: , , ,
, .. ,
, .
(Layers), (Layer Properties).

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, Nemo Outdoor .

(Fixed color), ,
(Colors). ,
(Standard) (Custom), RGB .
.
.

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(Color set)
(Color method), .

- (Color set
parameter), (Color set).
: (Color set parameter)
, .

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(Edit Color Set).
(Color Set Properties). .
. (Color Set Editor) . 297.

,
.

,
BSIC. BSIC ; BSIC
.

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BSIC. BSIC
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,
The example below shows a bar graph in which bars are colored based on channel numbers.
.
The example below shows a bar graph in which bars are colored based on channel numbers.
The example below shows a bar graph in which bars are colored based on channel numbers.

How
to
MIMO
in
Data
View

MIMO

How
to Read
Read
MIMO Parameters
Parameters
in Bar
Bar Graph
Graph
Data
View
How to Read MIMO Parameters in Bar Graph Data View

In the bar below, graph CQI can be seen for both antenna ports. CQI for antenna port 0 is on the top
In the
bar below, ,
graph CQI
canCQI
be seen
for both
ports. CQI
for antenna
port
0 is on the
top

antenna

.
CQI
and
bottom
CQI value
(CQI2)
is for
the
second
antenna
port.
For CQI
example,
in the example
below
three
In
the
bar
below,
graph
CQI
can
be
seen
for
both
antenna
ports.
for
antenna
port
0
is
on
the
top
0and

,
is
CQI (CQI2)

.
bottom CQI
value (CQI2)
for the second
antenna port.
For example,
in the example
below
three
percentage
of
time
(200ms)
CQI
value
6
has
been
used
with
antenna
port
0
and
CQI
value
3
has
been
and
bottom
CQI
value
(CQI2)
is
for
the
second
antenna
port.
For
example,
in
the
example
below
three
,

,

(200) port

percentage
of time (200ms)
CQI value
6 has
been used
with antenna
0 and CQI
CQI 6value
3 has been
used
for antenna
port
1.Bars
are value
colored
based
on used
CQI type
to
indentify
used
CQI
type.
CQI
A is
of
time
(200ms)
CQI
63has
been
with
antenna
port
0 and
CQI
value
3 type
has been
percentage

0,

CQI

1.

used for antenna port 1. Bars are colored based on CQI type to indentify used CQI type. CQI
type A is
shown
in antenna
green
and
CQI
Bare
is shown
red.



CQI, in

CQI
CQI.type
ACQI
used for
port
1. type
Bars
colored
based
on CQI type to indentify
used CQI type.
is
shown in green and CQI type B is shown in red.
Ashown

CQI
B
.
in green and CQI type B is shown in red.

If
more
detailed information
about the
link adaptation
is needed, it
can be,
seen
from
the HSDPA
link

If more
detailed information
about the
link adaptation
is needed, it can be
seen from
the HSDPA
link
adaptation
information
table
grid.
Distribution
is
shown
for
both
antenna
ports
from
the
last
sample
If
more
detailed
information
about
the
link
adaptation
is
needed,
it
can
be
seen
from
the
HSDPA
link
HSDPA.
adaptation information table grid. Distribution is shown for both antenna ports from the last sample

to

. ,
duration
which
is set
200ms.
E.g.,
four percentage
of for
theboth
timeantenna
during
the
sample
duration
adaptation
information
table
grid.
Distribution
is shown
ports
from
the last200
sample
duration
which is set
to 200ms.
E.g., four
percentage
of the time during the
sample
duration

modulation
for
antenna
port
0
has
been
16QAM
with
transport
block
size
14411
bits
and
for
the
duration which is set to 200ms. E.g., four percentage of the time during the sample duration
for16QAM
antenna(port
0 has been
16QAM with
transport
block
size
14411
bits and
for the
0modulation

14411
),
12266

second
antenna
port
1
modulation
was
16QAM
with
transport
block
size
bits.
modulation for antenna port 0 has been 16QAM with transport block size 14411 bits and for the
second
port 1 modulation
16QAM with
transport block
size 12266 bits.
1,
antenna

16QAMwas
(

).
second antenna port 1 modulation was 16QAM with transport block size 12266 bits.

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, , QoS,
2 3 ( ), .
, .
.
(Decode
Message). ,
(Decode Message in New Window).
,

(Device Settings Measurement Properties) | (General) |
(Advanced), . (Full)
(Partial) IP (Enable IP Capture).
.pcap,

(Packet Decoder) Nemo Outdoor.
Microsoft Network Monitor. . . 168.
| [ ] | (Data | [Grid Type] | New)
. ,
Nemo Outdoor, ,
, (Select Device(s) to
View). .
, .
, (Parameters)
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, .

DURI NG

MEASURE
MENT
S
217


(Find)
Find
Function
in Signaling
on.
Decoded
Message


GridBased

(Find)

(Find)

Ctrl+
F

(Search
string)

,
You
can
use
the
Find
functionality
in
signaling
grids
to
find
message(s)
with
a
specific
string
in
its,

Ctrl(Find).
+ F


(Search
string)(Up)

Ctrl
+ F

(Search
string)
Search

decoded
message.
Select
the
grid view,
press
Ctrl
F,
and
type
the
search
string
in the(Up)
(Down)

(Direction),
+

(Find).



(Find).

,

(Up)

string
fieldin
the.
Find
dialog. Depending
on whether
Up or
Down
direction is,
selected
in
the
(Down)

(Direction),

(Down)

(Direction),

the
.
Direction
field,
event next in the time sequence will be highlighted in the grid.
.

Grid Popup Menu



Right-click
on the grid to open
a popup
menu with various tools for configuring the layout of the grid.

vary
depending
,


Note
that the
contents
of the menu
on the
grid type.

.
:

.
:

. :


.
.

Grid Popup Menu


237
Right-click
on the grid to open a popup menu with various tools for configuring the layout of the grid.
Note that the contents of the menu vary depending on the grid type.

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Custom Window Properties


Custom Window Properties

In

(Custom
Window
Properties),

the Custom
Window
Properties
dialog you can
define
the custom
window
name and
select groups
.
for the custom windows. The custom window groups define which custom windows are available for
(custom window groups) , .
each
device.
example, LTE
if youFDD,
select
LTE FDD, the
custom
window
will only
be available
when an
,
For


LTE device LTE
is added
to Nemo
Outdoor
or you
are playing back
an LTE measurement.

Nemo
Outdoor

LTE.

Save Custom Window Changes


Use the Save Custom Window Changes command to save changes made in the custom window.

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- Save Custom Window


Changes

. User Interface, Custom

(Save Custom
Window
Windows (
,

- Save
As
Custom
Changes),

.Window

(Configuration
Manager).

.
(Save As Custom Window). ,


(Data).
.

-
Save
As Custom
Window

- Save
Changes



(Save Changes),

,

(Save
As Custom
Window).

,

;
,
,


(Data).

- Move View To

(Move View To)


. . . 338.

- Automatic
Automatic
Scrolling

Scrolling
.
-

User Interface, Custom

(Automatic Scrolling),
Windows ( , )

(Automatic
,

(Configuration
Manager).

Scrolling),

.

User Interface, Custom
Windows
(
,
)

(Configuration
Manager).

- Save Changes

. .



(Save Changes), ,


(Parameters)
,


()


; ,

.
. (Remove Separator),
- Save Changes
.
(Save Changes), ,
- Move View To
; , , .
(Move View To)

. . . 338.
Open
()

- Move View To

(Move
View To)

(Open)

-
Automatic
Scrolling
. . . 338.

(
,
,
..).

(Automatic
Scrolling),

- Automatic Scrolling
(Automatic Scrolling),


23 9
,
.

(Configure Colors)

(Configure

,


Colors)

(Grid Properties).


.


(Grid Color Configuration).

: .
(Grid Color Configuration)
(Event name). /
. , (
) (Call events (Event name)) (Background Color Set)
(none) (Text Color Set).
, , (
) (Call events (Event name)) (Text Color Set)
(none) (Background
Color Set), . :
(Grid Color Configuration) ,
(Grid Properties).

, , (
) (Call events (Event name)) (Text Color Set)
(none) (Background
Color
Set), . : 239

(Grid Color Configuration) ,


(Grid Properties).

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(Edit),
(Color Set Properties). , - .
Click
Editto
view the Color
Set Properties
dialog. Make
sure that
the color
set type
string. Here

is

(Add)
you
can also add
more strings to the color set through Add

In the String Properties dialog specify the name of the string in the Text field and select the color
code for it. If you want, you can also write a description for the string text in the Description field.

240

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(String Properties)
(Text) . ,
(Description).

(String Properties)
(Color Set Properties). , OK
(Grid Color Configuration).
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,

1
, (Color Set Properties).



(Messages) (Events)
. ,
(Color Set Editor) (. . 297).
, . ,
.
.
, , Decoded
Text_1 Decoded Text_2. ,
. (Add).

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Decoded Text ( ) (Name).
. string ()
. (Add).
(String Properties) , ,
.

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(Close) (Color Set Editor).

(Configure Colors).
/ . ,
, Decoded Text ( ),
(Text Color Set) (none)
(Background Color Set). , ,
(Text Color Set) (none),
(Background Color Set) Decoded Text (
). .

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, sysInfoType2,
(Decoded text).

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(Messages)
. , , .
,

. ,
(Color Set Editor) (. . 297) | (Color Set Properties) |
(String Properties), ,
, .
, . ,
, . .

OK (Color Set Properties)


(Color Set Editor).

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,
(Configure Colors)
(Configure Colors) (Grid Properties). Message_2
(Text Color Set) Message
(Background Color Set). .

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, SYSTEM_INFORMATION_BCH,
.

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.
| (Data | Parameters Grid).

(Configure
Colors). (Grid Color Configuration)
(Use Defaults),
(Color Set) , .
(Clear All) , . :
.
(Text Color
Set) (Background Color Set), ,
/ / .
, , ,
.

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:
(Edit ).
(Color Set Properties)
,

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. , .
,
(Grid Color Configuration).


. (Data) |
(Table Grid) | (New). (Grid
Properties) ,
. .

,
. , .
, (Configure
Colors) , , (Edit ).
(Color Set Properties),
. ,
.

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(Events) .
, .

(Configure Filters).

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Configuration).

(Grid Filter

(Showing all),
. (Hiding all) ,
.
,
(hiding all lines).
, (showing all lines).
, .
, ,
.

(message name),
(subchannel) (decoded text). ,
(Select Parameter),
(Other Parameter)
.

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.
, .
, and if,
.
, ,
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SYSTEM_INFORMATION_BCH
SysInfoType18, .

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. ,
(Quick Filter)
(Remove All Filters) .
(Quick Filter)
.
(Quick Filter) .

.
(
(Hide this Event)), ( (Hide This Subchannel))
( (Hide This Message)).
,
. ,
. (Remove All Filters),
.
, Filtering ().

Create Notification

(Create

Notification),

,
,

. .

(Show Next Message)
(Show Previous Message), /
. ,
(Go to Message),
. (Copy to
Clipboard),
.
, (CELLMEAS),
.

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(Format as list)
. (Format as horizontal
table) ,
(Format as vertical table)
.
.

,
(Copy),
. , .
(Copy to Clipboard).

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(Decode Message in New


Window)
.

(Automatic Decode)

(Automatic Decode) ,

.

(Save Grid)

(Save)
(.txt). (Decoded Text),
.
(.jpg). (Events)
MapInfo CSV.

MapInfo





.tab
.tab MapInfo.
MapInfo.

(Events)
(Events)

||

MapInfo
MapInfo (Save
(Save| |MapInfo
MapInfoTab-File).
Tab-File). .

MapInfo
(MapInfo Tab-File Export)


MapInfo.
, . ,
.tab. (File name)
(Layer title) .tab file.


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MapInfo (MapInfo Tab-File Export),
.tab.

CSV


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CSV. (Events)
| CSV (Save | CSV File).

, ,
, .
. Indoor .
.

- Copy

(Copy)
.
(Decoded Text),
. (image)

- Select All

(Select All)
(Events). , ,
.

- Find

(Find) ,
.

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(Search string) , . ,
,
. .
. ,
F3. , Shift+F3.

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1

.
Ctrl + Shift + F =
Enter = (
)
Shift + Enter = (
)
Esc = ( )

/ (Add/Remove Separator)


/
(Add/Remove .
Separator)
Ctrl + Shift
+ F =

Enter =

(Add/Remove

(

Separator)
.

c (), :

Shift
+ Enter

(Add
(


)
Separator)

. ,

Esc =
(Remove

( .
)

Separator)

(Add/Remove Separator)

(Full Screen)

(Full Screen) Nemo Outdoor


/ (Add/Remove Separator)
.
.
/ (Add/Remove Separator) .

- Grid
Properties
c

(), :

(Properties)(Add

(Grid
Properties).
Separator)
.


(Remove Separator) .
:
.

(Full Screen)

(Full Screen) Nemo Outdoor


.

- Grid Properties

(Properties)
. (Grid Properties).
:
.

Right-click on a grid table and select Properties from the popup menu. The Grid Propertiesdialog is
opened.
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Note that the appearance of the grid and the selection


of parameters
depend Nemo
on the grid
type

Outdoor
and on the measurement device.

You can select events, parameters, and statistics you would like to see in the grid table. The available


,
, ,
,




parameters/events
are organized
by technology
and call
mode
in the All
tab.
If you
select, for
.


.
/


example,
the
UMTS
option, ,
all the
parameters/events
under
UMTS are
selected.
You can
select

,
,

UMTS,

(All).(All).

UMTS,

also
UMTS.

individual
parameters/events.Move
your
mouse pointer
on top of
a parameter/event,
and
the
tooltip
UMTS.

,
more

(GSM,
UMTS,
Voice about
..).

,


,

will
display
information
that
particular
parameter/event.
/.
OK. (Selected) ,
,

view


In
the Selected
tab you can
which parameters/events
youhave
selected and
change their
order

(Configure

(Selected)
Colors),

using
the arrow
buttons.

(Grid
Color Configuration).

- User Parameters

(User Parameters)
, , ,
(Device Status) .
(User Parameters)
(Parameters), (Layer Parameters).

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3

(Add), .

(Parameter name) (Short name)


.
(Search string) ,
, MS (Ordered MS
power level).
(Layer) , .
, OK.
(Layer Parameters). ,
. (Parameters),
(User Parameters). , ,
OK.

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.
,
. , ,
3 (Layer 3).

/ Nemo Outdoor.
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VIEWING MAPS
Nemo
Outdoor

:(Data
|MapX
OpenStreetMap.

|
|
Map | New).
Nemo Outdoor

VIEWING
MAPS

.
,

(Default Map)
Nemo Outdoor supports two types of outdoor maps: MapX and OpenStreetMap maps. Most of the
(User Interface Properties),
Nemo Outdoor
supports
two
types
of outdoor
MapXdifferences.
and OpenStreetMap maps. Most of the
the
same
for
both
types
but theremaps:
are
some
are

(Paths).


,

functions

OpenStreetMap,

functions
are
the same
for both
types
but
there are
somedifferences.

OpenStreetMap

Please
notethat
in order
to use
OpenStreetMap
maps,
the computer
to be connected
to

.
needs

Nemo
.
the
Please
note
that
in
order
to
use
OpenStreetMap
maps,
the
computer
needs
to
be
connected
to
Internet
data must be downloaded on the computer.
Outdoor
. or
OpenStreetMap
. 277.
the
Internet,
or OpenStreetMap
data |must
be downloaded
on the| computer.

| (Data
Map | New) MapX New
Open
a map by:
selecting
| Map
| New MapXor
New OpenStreetMap.
If you
open
MapX

OpenStreetMap
( Data

OpenStreetMap).

a new
MapX,
Nemo
Open
a map
by selecting
Data
| New
MapXor
New
OpenStreetMap.
If Default
you openMap
a(Default
new
.

,
.
.
311.
Outdoor

map,Nemo
Outdoor
will
open
by| Map
default
the
map
that
you have
entered
in
the
fieldMapX
in Map)
the

|
|
(Data
|entered
Map |(User
New).
Nemo Outdoor

Interface
Properties),
map,Nemo
Outdoor
will
open
by
default
the
map
that
you
have
in
the
Default
Map
field
in
the
User Interface Propertiesdialog, Paths tab. If you open an OpenStreetMap map, the view will center

,




(Default
Map)

(Paths).

OpenStreetMap,

User
Interface
Propertiesdialog,
Paths tab. If you open an OpenStreetMap map, the view will center
on
your
current
location.

(User
Interface
Properties),

.
on
your current

location.
(Paths). , ,
The
map
window
commands
can
be accessed
through
toolbar buttons
as well
as
from
the

specific

,
,


:

The
map
window
specific
commands
can
be
accessed
through
toolbar
buttons
as
well
as
from
popup
menu
when
right-clicking
on
the
map.
See
chapter
Map
Toolbar
Buttons
for
a
description
of
the

the
Nemo
,


:

popup
menu
when
right-clicking
on
the
map.
See
chapter
Map
Toolbar
Buttons
for
a
description
of
the
Outdoor
. map
.
277.
Nemo
Outdoor
toolbar
buttons.
.

Nemo Outdoor . . 338.


Nemo Outdoor map toolbar buttons.

:
from

on

Note
that the Indoor
map differs
the example
below.
For information
Indoor
.

,
.
.
311.
measurements,
Note that the Indoor
differs ViewingIndoor
from the example
below. For information on Indoor
refermap
to chapter
Maps.
measurements, refer to chapter ViewingIndoor Maps.

It
is possible
to view selected
on,
a map by drag
and dropping
it. Click
on a

parameters

them
in.

It
is
possible
to
view
selected
parameters
on
a
map
by
drag
and
dropping
them
in
it.
Click
on opened
a
parameter
in the Parameters
view
and drag (Parameters)
and drop it onthe
map. Parameters
can
also be

.
parameter
in the
Parameters
view
drag and
drop
it onpress
map.
canand
alsoselect
be
opened

the

.
,
for
all devices
at
once
and
seen
onand
different
views.
First,
downParameters
the Ctrl
button
the

Ctrl

for
all
devices
at
once
and
seen
on
different
views.
First,
press
down
the
Ctrl
button
and
select
the
devices by clicking on them in the parameter tree. After this, right-click on the parameter you wish
to

devices
bythe
clicking
on them
the select
parameter
After
this,the
right-click
on the
parameter you wish to
view
from
parameter
treeinand
Opentree.
in Map
from
drop-down
menu.
(Open in Map) .
view from the parameter tree and select Open in Map from the drop-down menu.

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GPS-,
,
. GPS, ,
If you have
a GPS receiver
connected
to the
test system, the(Set
current
location
of the test
vehicle will be

Current
Location):

displayed
on the map as
a circle on
the route.
If there
is noGPS
GPS
connectedto,
the system, you
can

manually
with
,
Current

BTS tool


define
the current location
the Set
Location
(the button
is activated

.
when recording
is started). A new GPS event is created in the handler after which all location-specific
data, such as BTS cell names are displayed using the specified location.


.
You.
can observe
the values
of certain
network
parameters
from
the route coloring
on the map.
You
.
can define which color refers to which parameter value. This way it is easy to spot the problem areas
on a
map.

,
,
While
viewing notifications
on a map,
hovering
above the notification icons will display a tooltip with
(
)

.
information such as cell name (if cell site file is used) and channel number.

Base Stations on a Map

If you select a BTS file (.nbf or .csv) for the measurement file, the base stations will be displayed. A

be

station.
BTS (.nbf

line will
drawn fromthe
test vehicle
to the
serving base
Also,
the .csv),
distance
to the
serving
.
base station is displayed in the status bar of the map window.
. ,
.
Note
that the BTS file is displayed only if a device is associated with the BTS file(BTS
Properties Connected devices).
: BTS , ,
BTS ( BTS / BTS Properties
The BTS icons display the antennas, the channel numbers for the antennas, and directions that the
Connected devices).
antennas point to. The antennas are drawn in one degree steps. Hover your mouse over the base
station icon
see more information
about the
BTS. , ,

BTSto

,
. 1 .
Note
that if there
are
more than
five cells
in a BTS,
the BTS
name will be truncated with In

BTS,

.
this case, click on the BTS icon to view the rest of the cells.
: BTS , BTS .
, BTS.

Nemo Outdoor
Nemo
Outdoor. BTS . BTS
(Move). , BTS .
BTS BTS. BTS
Nemo Outdoor.

Editing Base Station Files in Nemo Outdoor


It is possible to edit the locations of base station icons directly in Nemo Outdoor. Open a BTS file on a
Editing
BaseonStation
Files
in Nemo
Outdoor
map.
Right-click
a BTS icon
and select
Move. Then
click on the new location and the BTS icon

265is
moved
there.to
You
remove
from
the directly
BTS file.
changes
areOpen
saveda in
thefile
BTS
It
is possible
editcan
thealso
locations
of BTS
basesites
station
icons
in The
Nemo
Outdoor.
BTS
onfile
a
when
you
exit
Nemo
Outdoor.
map. Right-click on a BTS icon and select Move. Then click on the new location and the BTS icon is
moved there. You can also remove BTS sites from the BTS file. The changes are saved in the BTS file
when you exit Nemo Outdoor.

Right-click on a BTS icon and select Edit or right-click on the map and select Add Site. In the BTS

BTS


Editor you
can edit
the site and
cell
information.
You can
also add
new sites, cells,(Edit)
and neighbor
cells

(Add
Site).

BTS
by
clicking
the
Add
button.
Right-click on a BTS icon and select Edit or right-click on the map and select Add Site. In the BTS
(BTS Editor) .
Editor,
you can edit
the site
and cell,
information.
can also
add new sites,

You

(Add).cells, and neighbor cells


by clicking the Add button.

For sites, you must define the following information: site name, longitude, and latitude.

.
For sites,
you must
define the
following
information::
site name,
longitude,,
and latitude.
.
.

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Under sites you have cells. For cells there are some mandatory and optional settings.

, , .
The settings below are mandatory.
(System) , .

(Cell name)

.
System
defines
in which
cellular system
the cell belongs.
(Antenna direction) .

(Channel
number)

direction
. defines the direction of the antenna
Cell name
defines
a unique
name for
the cell.Antenna
/ 16 (Cell ID/Cell ID 16-bit)
in degrees.
.

(Radio network controller ID)


Channel number
defines the channel
number.
.

(Scrambling
code)cell

.
Cell
ID/Cell ID 16-bit
defines a unique
ID for the
cell.
,

.
Radio network
controller
IDdefines
a unique
radio network controller ID for the cell.
(Antenna height) .

(Antenna
tilt)scrambling


Scrambling
codedefines
a unique
code
for the
cell.
.

(Antenna beam width) .


The settings
below
are optional.
(Cell range) .
Antenna
height
defines
height
of
the antenna from:
the ground
in
meters.

the
(Cell
type)
(undefined),
(normal) (repeater).
Antenna
the angle
of the main
the antenna
relative
to the
horizontalplane.

tiltdefines

(Location
areabeam
code)of
,

.
(Routing area code) ,
Antenna beam
width defines the width of the beam in degrees.

.
UTRAN (UTRAN registration area) UTRAN,
Cell range
defines the .
range of the cell in kilometers.

For Cell type the options are undefined, normal, and repeater.

MapX

Location area codedefines in which location area the cell belongs.


MapX MapX.


Geoset
(.gst) .
Routing area
codedefines
in which
routing MapInfo
area the cell
belongs.
MapInfo Workspaces ( *.wor)
UTRAN
areadefines
in which UTRAN
registration
area
the cell belongs.
MapX,
registration

.gst
MapInfo
Professional

MapInfo MapX Geoset Utility (Geoset.mbx), 5.x MapInfo Professional.
(.gst) MapX Nemo Outdoor.
: MapInfo : (.tif.
.gif, .jpg) .tab. MapInfo,
. .tab
(, ) Nemo Outdoor .
MapInfo, ,
.tab, .map .id file.
MapInfo, .tab
. ( 1 ),
Nemo Outdoor. ,
256 16, -.

about a map (such as location coordinates) and is used by Nemo Outdoor to refer to a particular map.
When using vector data for MapInfo, there are three different files that need to be in the same
directory, the .tab, .map, and the .id file.The corresponding image and .tab files for raster maps have

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to be
in the same folder in order to view a MapInfo map. If you are using a large map (size over
1
Mb), updating the map window will slow down Nemo Outdoor functions. We recommend you minimize
the map size by reducing the number of colors to 256 or 16, or turning the color map to black and

MapInfo
white.
MapInfo .tab. (Events)
MapInfo Tab-File Export
/ MapInfo (Save | MapInfo Tab-File).

grid,

You can
export measurement
data,
into a MapInfo
.tab file.
In an Events
select Save
| MapInfo

MapInfo
(Route
Plan
|
Save
as
MapInfo
Tab-File).
Tab-File.To export a route plan, create a route plan, right-click on the map and select Route Plan |
Save as MapInfo Tab-File.
MapInfor (MapInfo Tab-File Export)
, . ,
The MapInfo Tab-File Export dialog displays a list of parameters or items that can be exported.
.tab. (File name)
Select title)
the items
that you would like
to include
(Layer

.tab.in the .tab file. Also define a File name and Layer title
for the exported .tab file.

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,
To change
the symbol
for each
parameter,double-click
the parameter
or select
a parameter
click

(Change
Symbol).and

MapInfo.
in


the Change Symbol
button.
The
symbol is
used to draw
the route
MapInfo. In
the Symbol
Style
(Symbol
Style),


.
dialog, you
can
select
the symbol
and
define some
effects
and
background
color
for it. Finally
click
,

OK.
OK.

MapInfo

(MapInfo
Tab-File
Click OK OK
in the
MapInfoTab-
Tab-File Export
to save
the .tab
file. Export), .tab.

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Map Side Panel

The contents of the map side panel depend on which items have been selected in the map popup
,
menu..
Right-click
on a map
and selectSide
Panels
Legend,
Layers,and
Waypoints
in the


|Color

popup menu
to view
the three
items
above.You
can drag each(Color
view toLegend),
different
places(Layers)
on the map
as

(Side
Panels)
/

following

well, or dock(Waypoints),
it to another side
of
the map window
the
arrows.
that appear
when you
drag the


on
the

in
,

window.
When you
double-click
displaced
view, it will
resume
its original
position
the side

panel.
,

You can .
view three different kinds of items in the Layersview. The
item indicates a device-specific
measurement route on the map, the item indicates a base station file connected to the
measurement route, and the
item indicates a route plan. Double-click on an item to access its
Properties dialog (see Layer Properties). You can also access the Properties dialog by right-clicking
on the item and selecting Properties in the popup menu. When you right-click on a layer, the following
popup menu appears:

.
(Color Legend), (Layers) (Waypoints),
.
, ,

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, .
, .
(Layers) .
, ,
, . ,
(Properties) (. . 287).
(Properties),
(Properties).
, :

, .
, ,
X , .
(Properties) (Properties)
(. . 287); BTS
(Layers).
(Add route), , , ,
(Layers)
(Color legends).
(Color legends)
.
,
.
. . 297.

(Waypoints) .
( Show next waypoint field)
, , , GPS Nemo
Outdoor .
. . .


,
.
,
(Add waypoint) ,
. ,
(Waypoints) .

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(.rpf), -
,
. ,
(Waypoints).
(.rpf),
(Open Route Plan)
(Route Plan - Open)
. (.rpf)
, . Ctrl+A,
.

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Nemo

, with
Waypoints

Creating
and Outdoor,
Modifying
Route Plans
GPS .
Start
Nemo Outdoor
with at least
one device
and a GPS
receiver
attached
it in38)
online
offline Nemo


(Welcome)

Nemo
Outdoor
(. to
.
or

mode.
You
can select a ready
workspace
the Nemo
Outdoor
Welcomepage
Outdoor

,
in

(seeConfiguration
| (Data | Map).
through Welcome page) as you start Nemo Outdoor and view a map window, or alternatively you can

open
a map manually
from Data
| Map. ,
(Add waypoint) , (Add
Waypoint)

,

.

(Add)

You
cancreate
a route plan manually
by clicking
on the
Add
waypoint
button in the
map
toolbar,
or

(Waypoints)

(Layers)
by selecting Add Waypointin the map popup menu, and clicking on the map. The Add button at the
(.rpf), (Waypoints).
bottom of the Waypoints view in the side panel is also activated. A new route plan (.rpf) appears in
,
the
Layers view,
and
the Waypointsview
isenabled.
can save
the route plan
for later
by

(Save Route
Plan) You

use

clicking
on the Save
Route
Plan icon in the map toolbar or by selecting it in the map popup menu.

You
define
waypoint-related
settings
in the Waypoint
in the side
The Show
can


view

bar.

next

(Waypoint)

on

(Showa next
waypointoption
should be.
selected
when you
want to view
the next waypoint
the map during
waypoint)
,
next
waypoint

measurement.
Note that
the Show
functionality
is only
enabled in
online
or idle
. :
mode, not during playback.The next waypoint is shown on the route as a big circle. If you clear the
(Show next waypoint functionality)
Show
next
waypointoption,
the Waypoint
Distance to next
waypoint items


,detection
radius
and
.

will
also
be
disabled.
.
(Show next waypoint),
The
Waypoint
detectiondetection
radiussliderradius)
indicates
which distance
the next
waypoint
is

(Waypoint
at
(meters)

(Distance
to
next
waypoint)

.
selected. As you approach the next waypoint during a measurement, the next waypoint is selected on
the map when distance to it is smaller than the distance selected in the slide bar. The Distance to
(Waypoint detection radius) ,
next
waypoint field indicates how many meters there still are to the next waypoint from the current
( ) .

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(Waypoint detection radius) ,


( ) .
,
, , , .
(Distance to next waypoint) ,
:
, ,
. (Distance from previous waypoint)
, .
(Next) .

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,
(Waypoints).
You can make changes to the route plan using thebuttons at the bottom of the Waypoints view.

To select
a waypoint
the map, click
on the
Select button
in the Waypoints
then select
a

on
,

view,
(Select)

(Waypoints),

In

waypoint on
the map. This
waypoint
is shown
as
a bigger circle
than the
others.
addition, the
delete

,
.

(delete)

functionality is only enabled when the Select button is selected. If you click on Delete, the selected


,
and

(Select).
on

(Delete),
waypoint
on the
route
plan
will be deleted,
the previous
waypoint
the routewill
automatically
be
,
selectedand shown as a bigger circle. If the deleted waypoint was the first waypoint on the route plan,
.
the next waypoint
on the route
will
be selected.
the Delete
button
is only enabled
with the

Moreover,
,

Select button
if there
is more
than
one waypoint
on
the map. Reclick
on Selectto
clear(Select),
the
.

(Delete)

. ,
functionality.
(Select).
You can move waypoints on the map by first clicking on Select, then selecting a specific waypoint on
the map. Click on the Move button, and you will be able to move the selected waypoint on the map.
The part of the route attached to the waypoint is moved with the waypoint. With the Reverse button
you can reverse the direction of the route plan.
The Add button in the Waypoints view in the side panel is synchronized with the Add waypoint
button in the map toolbar. If you click on either button when they are inactive, they will both be
activated, and conversely if you click on either button when active, they will become inactive. When
you select either, you are able to place new waypoints in the route plan.

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:
(Select), .
(Move): . ,
, .
(Reverse) .
(Add) (Waypoints)
(Add waypoint) .
, , ; ,
, , .
, .


,
.
Nemo Outdoor, .
(View Entire Route),
, , GPS.
, (Create Route
Plan), / (Route Plan / Create)
. ,
(Untitled.rpf), (Waypoints)
. ,
. , (Save Route
Plan) , .

(Select),
(Move), (Add) (Delete) (Waypoints)
. : (Select), ,
, .
, , . ,
, ,
, . . 247.


,
(.rpf). ,
, ,
, .
, ,
[
] (Map | [name of custom window]). ,
| | [ ] (Data | Map | [name of custom window]).
, , .
,
(Route Plan Properties), OK.
(Waypoints) ,
(Save As Custom Window)
. , .
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.

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Custom Window

Custom Window Properties

In the Custom Window Properties dialog you can define the custom window name and select groups
for

(Custom
Properties)
are

the custom
windows.
The custom
window
groups
define Window
which custom
windows
available
for
.
each device. For example, if you select LTE FDD, the custom window will only be available when an
(custom window groups) , .
LTE device
is added
to Nemo Outdoor
or
you are playing
back
an LTE
measurement.
,

LTE FDD,


Nemo Outdoor LTE, LTE.

Save as New Custom Window

Save
as Custom
New Custom
Window
Right-click on
graph window
and selectSave
as New
Window
from the popup menu. The
Custom Window Propertiesdialog is opened (see above). Type a name for the custom window and

define the custom window groups.
(Save as New Custom Window) .
(Custom Window Properties) (. ).
Save Changes
.
Use the Save Custom Window Changes command to save changes made in the custom window.
Save Changes
(Save Custom Window
Save As
Changes) , ,

Save As
CSV - CSV File

(Save as CSV File),


CSV File
CSV.
Use the Save as Image command to export the active view into CSV format.

Image
Use the Save as Image command to save the active view as a .jpg image.

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(Save as Image),


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.jpg.

MapInfo

CSV -- MapInfo
Save as Tab-file
CSV File

(Save
as MapInfo
Tab-file),

(Save
as MapInfo
CSV File),

MapInfo.
CSV.

Google Earth - Export to Google Earth

Google Earth (Export to Google Earth),


, ,
, , .kml,
Google Earth.

- Move View To

(Move View To)


. . . 338.

(Open Map)

(Open Map), (.tab).

- Save Map

(Save Map),
(Save As), .

- Find Map at Position


(Find Map at Position), Nemo Outdoor
, |
| (View | User Interface Properties | Paths).
, .
, (Browse)
.

- Create Route Plan

(Create Route Plan)


.

Open Route Plan

(Open Route Plan)


.

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Download
Download Tiles
Tiles

Download Tiles OpenStreetMap


,

OpenStreetMap

,
With the Download Tiles tool
you can download
OpenStreetMap
data on your
computer
so you
can

.
use the OpenStreetMap maps even when you are not connected to the Internet.



OpenStreetMap,

It is recommended
to use
this method always
with OpenStreetMap
maps as
downloading map
.
data in the middle of measurements may affect the results.

Zoom levels defines the number of levels from which map data is downloaded. The more levels you

(Zoom levels) ,
choose,
the more data is downloaded.
. , .
Select the Reload existing tiles option to overwrite existing map data.
(Reload existing tiles),
Click the Select
Area button
to the select
an area with your mouse from where map data will be

.
downloaded.
(Select Area), ,
.

Empty Disk Cache

Select the Empty


Disk Cache
option
to delete
all downloaded OpenStreetMap data. The tiles open on


- Empty
Disk
Cache

the map will not be deleted.


(Empty Disk Cache),

, , .
RouteOpenStreetMap.
Plan

Create

- Route Plan
The Create Route Plan item creates a route plan from an open measurement in a map window.
Create

Open (Create Route Plan)


.
Through the Open Route Plan item you can open saved route plans to be viewed on a map.

Open
Save

(Open Route Plan)


The Save
Route Plan
item will let
you.
save the route plan as a Route Plan File (.rpf) for later use.

Save as MapInfo Tab-File

Save
The Save Route Plan as MapInfo Tab-File item will let you save the route plan as a .tab file that can

(Save Route Plan)


be opened
MapInfo. See
MapInfo Tab-File
Export for more information.

in
(.rpf)chapter

.

Add Waypoint
Activates the add waypoint functionality for creating route plans manually.

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MapInfo Save as MapInfo Tab-File

MapInfo (Save as MapInfo Tab-File)


.tab, MapInfo. .
MapInfo (MapInfo Tab-File Export).

- Add Waypoint

- Tool

(Tool)
.

(Arrow) .
(Pan) ,
.
(Center) .
(Zoom In) (Zoom Out)

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,
+ .
(Clear Route) .
: .
.
(Set Current Location)
GPS. :
, GPS.
.

- (Auto Center)

- (Auto
(Auto Center)
Center)
MapInfo

:

:

(Pan)

(Center),

(Pan)
(Center),

-
(Auto
Center).
(Auto Center).

(Auto Clear Route)

(Auto Clear Route)


.
, .

(Previous View) (View Entire


Map)
(Previous View),
, (View Entire Map)
.

(View Entire Route)

(Previous View) (View Entire


Map)
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(Previous View),
,

(View
Entire
Map)

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Outdoor
.

(View Entire Route)

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- Scale
Scale

, (Scale).
The Scale appears in the window when the respective selection is activated.

- Modify Route
Modify
Route

(Modify Route)

.

With the Modify Route tool you can modify and reposition the measurement
route in,
playback.
This
is
(, ,
especially
useful
if there is aGPS.
gap in the measurement route, for example, because GPS fix was lost in

a tunnel.
(Modify Route)
Right-click
on a map
and select Modify Route from the popup menu.

The route will be displayed as dots.

.
The
route will
be
displayed as dots.

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(Modify Route).
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Add Site

- Textual Comments

(Textual Comments)

(Add Textual


(Add
Site)

Comment)

BTS
.

Nemo
, .
Outdoor.
,
(Remove) (Edit). ,
- Textual Comments
|
(Textual Comments)
(Textual Comments | Remove All Textual Comments).
. (Add Textual
Comment) , .
,

Legend
.

- Color
,



(Color
Legend)

(Remove)


. (Edit). ,
|
(Textual Comments | Remove All Textual Comments).

- Layers
(Layers),

- Color Legend

(Color Legend)
.

- Color Legends

- Waypoints

Legends)



(Waypoints) (Color

Layers

.
. .

(Layers),

.
. 272.
.

(Find cell)

- Waypoints
.
(Waypoints)
. .
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Color Legends displays the name of the selected Color Set on the map window.

Find Cell

283a
With Find cell functionality you can search for a cell in a map window based on a parameter. Below
cell is searched based on its Cell ID number.

Layers- Layers

the

(Layers),
will

of

.
By selecting
Layers
item you
be able
to view all the
layers
the map
in the map
side panel.

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(Measure Distance),
.
(Measure Distance), ,
(Add point). , .
(Total distance) .

(Draw distance circle)


, .

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, (Remove latest
point) (Remove all points).

Distance),
,

(Remove
latest

(Measure


(Measure
Distance).
point) (Remove all points).
(Measure Distance), (Measure Distance).

- Side Panel

(Side Panel), .
Legend), (Layers) (Waypoints)

Panel),

(Waypoints)

(Side

(Color
Legend),

(Layers)

(Waypoints)
.

.
, . ,



,
,

.
.
, . ,
, , .

- Side
Panel

Waypoints

(Color

- Full Screen

(Full screen), Nemo Outdoor

- Full Screen

.
(Full screen), Nemo Outdoor
.

- Layer Properties

(Layer Properties)

- Layer Properties

(Layer
Properties)

.
- ,

- Route
Properties

- Route
Properties

(Layer Properties),

(Route
Properties).

(Layer
Properties),




.
(Route Properties). ,
.

,
(Device).
,

(Device).

(Show Device Label


next to route), .
(Show Device Label
next to route),


MapX
(MapX

MapXProperties),
(MapX Properties),

MapX (MapX Properties) (. . 296).

Properties).

MapX
(MapX(Map
Properties),

MapX (MapX Properties) (. . 296).
Map Properties

Select the Show Device Label next to route option to display the device name at the starting point of
the measurement route.
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By clicking on the MapX Properties button you will enter the Map
Properties

In the Map Properties dialog you can define the offset (in pixels) between routes on a map. This

value
is used
with multi measurements where you have multiple routes which, without offset, would
overlap each other. You can also disable the default offset completely.To define offset values for
(Map Properties) ( )
individual
routes, go tothe
Route
Properties
define the
X and Y offset values.

.

dialogand

, , , .
MapX Properties dialog.
.
, (Route Properties)
X Y.
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MapX (MapX Properties).

In the
Route page
you can
define
route
line specific
settings.

(Route)

.
The Line
thickness
field(Line
allows
you to define
the thickness
the route
in pixels. .

thickness)

of
The X
offset and YX offset
fields allow
you to move
the route
on the map
in x and y directions.
To

(X offset)

Y (Y offset)


a default offset
multi-measurement
routes,
go
to the Map Properties
dialog.,
define

x between
y.

(Map Properties).
With the Show parameter next to route option you can display a selected parameter value in
numerical format next to the route. Select the parameter and define the text and background colors.
Select the Show active cell informationoption to display active cell information and direction.
The Draw as dots item enables you to view the measurement route in dots instead of a line.If the
Draw as dots item is selected, the Dot size field appears and allows you to define the dot size in
pixels.

(Route) .
(Line thickness) .

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X (X offset) Y (Y offset)
x y.
(Show parameter next to
route)
. , .
(Show active cell
information), .
(Draw as dots)
, . (Draw as dots),
(Dot size), .

(Draw thicker line when using high band),
1800/1900.
(Draw during pause) ,
.

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. (Color) .
(Use default color)
: .





,
,

set).
,
(Parameter),

(Use(Use
color color
set).
,
(Parameter),

(Color
set).

(Color set) (New), .


(Edit Color
Set),


Set),

(Color
Set
Editor).

(Edit Color

.
.
297.
(Color Set Editor). . . 271.
:
, ,
, .
, .
,
(Configure Filters),
, .
, ,
(Select) (Selected channel numbers).
, (Select)
(Selected scrambling codes).

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(Trend line) (Number of
previous values), .
(Hide route
line on invalid value), . ,
Ec/No, GSM,
, GSM.

. (Notifications) (Show
notifications), .
.


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(Show Textual notes) .


(Textual notes),
.
(Text color) (Background color).
(Show Textual notes) .
(Textual notes),
.
(Text color) (Background color).

. (Base stations) BTS


.
BTS (Connected BTS File) BTS,
. BTS, BTS
.

(Base stations)

BTS
(Add
BTS
File)

.
. .
313.
.
.

(Waypoints)
(Draw line to active base

BTS (Connected
BTS File)

BTS,

(waypoints)

station),

BTS

.

BTS,

BTS
.

.
(Thickness) (Color).
(Add BTS File)

. . 313.


.
(Draw line(s) to neighbor cell(s)),

(Draw
line to active
base

station),

(Thickness)

(Color). BTS .
(Thickness) (Color).
(Draw line(s) to neighbor cell(s)),
.
(Thickness) (Color).

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(Draw only to active


system cell(s)),
.
(Draw line(s) to detected
neighbor cell(s),
. (Thickness) (Color).
(Draw line(s) to missing
neighbor cell(s),
. (Thickness) (Color).
: ,
.
,
: ,
.
- (Draw line(s) to interferer
cell(s), , , .
(Thickness) (Color). :
BTS. GSM ( IANALYSIS)
. , , ,
, BTS.
, (Route Properties).

BTS - BTS Properties


,
(Layer Properties),
BTS (BTS Properties). ,
BTS .

BTS (BTS file) BTS, .


BTS,
(, UMTS GSM),
(Draw only active system base stations),
, .., ,
. .

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BTS. :
.
BTS (Selected BTS cell color) ,
, BTS.
, ,
. ,
.

BTS (Use color set to color BTS


icons) ,
.
(Parameter),
,
(Color set).

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(Edit Color Set),


(Color Set Editor),
, .

. (Color
. . 297.
Set Editor).
. (Cell info) ,
. (Cell info) ,
.
.

(Show labels),
, (Text color)
(Background color).
,
(Show labels).

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(Cell Range) .
(Cell Range transparency),
.

(Connected Devices) ,
. :
, BTS .

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- Route Plan Properties

,
(Layer Properties),
(Route Plan Properties). ,
.

(Route plan file) ,


.
(Waypoint properties)
, .
.
X (X offset) Y (Y offset)
x y.

MapX (MapX Properties)


MapX (MapX Properties),
MapX. : .
MapInfo Geoset,
(Save Map) . .gst,
(Open Map), MapInfo Geoset (Files of Type),
.

(Layer Properties),
(Route Plan Properties). ,
.

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Map Properties

(Route plan file) ,


.
In the Map Properties dialog you can define the offset (in pixels) between routes on a map. This

(Waypoint
(Map Properties)

( would

value
is
used with
multi
measurements
where
you have
multiple
routes
which,
without
offset,

properties)

overlap each other. You can also disable the default offset completely.To define offset values for

, , , .

.
individual routes, go to the Route Properties dialogand define the X and Y offset values.
.

(Route

Xdialog
(X offset)

(Y
offset)

In
the
Map
Properties
you can define
the offsetY(in
pixels)
between
routes on
a map.Properties)
This
MapX
Properties

Y.

y.
value is used with multi measurements where you have multiple routes which, without offset, would

overlap
other.
You canbutton
also disable
thesome
default
offset
completely.To
define
valuessettings
for
Click theeach
MapX
Properties
to define
MapX
specific
properties.
Noteoffset
that these
individual
routes,
tomap
the
Route
Properties
dialogand
the in
X aand
Y offset
values.

MapX
(MapX
Properties)
differ according
togo
the
provider.
These settings
can define
be saved
MapInfo
Geoset
file by clicking
the Save Map button in the Map window. To later open the .gst file, click the Open Map button, select

MapX
(MapX


MapX
Properties
MapInfo Geoset
file in the
Files of Type
listbox,
andProperties),
select a file from
the
list.
MapX. : .

MapInfo
Geoset,

that

Click
the MapX
Properties
button
to define some
MapX
specific
properties.
Note
these
settings
according
(Save Map)

.

in
.gst,

differ
to the
map provider.
These
settings
can be saved
a MapInfo
Geoset
file by clicking
(Open Map), MapInfo Geoset (Files of Type),
the Save Map button in the Map window. To later open the .gst file, click the Open Map button, select
.
MapInfo Geoset file in the Files of Type listbox, and select a file from the list.

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MapInfo, ,
MapX (MapX Properties)
(Route Properties). (Layers) .
: , ,
(Route) , (Current Position)(
, (World map). ,
, (,
), (, )
. , (Add).
(Open), ,
. , (Up)
(Down) .
(Visible), , .
, (Remove).

(Color Set Editor)


(Color Set Editor),
(Edit Color Set) |
(Route Properties | Color). also access the Color Set Editor by selecting View |
Color Set Editor.., , (Color sets)
(Configuration Manager) (Ctrl+ M). (Color
Set Editor) ,
, . (Color Set Editor)
. ,
(Type). .
,
.

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(Color Set Properties)


.

(Name) (Short name) .


(Description).

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(Type) ,
(numerical), (gradient), (string)
(automatic). (Groups) (Type)
(Color Set Editor).
(Values)
.
(Add), .
(Range Properties) ,
. . ,
OK.

(Add Range),
. (Add Range)
, , .., .
, OK, Nemo Outdoor .

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| (Route Properties | Route), .
(Color), Number of TBF-s Uplink (Parameter), Active set size
(Color Set), OK. (Color Legend)
.

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2
, ,
TX (TX Power). , .
(Color), TX Power (Parameter) (Color Set),
OK. (Color Legend)
TX (TX Power).
TX, .

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, , EcN0.
; ,
, .
(Layer) BTS (Add
BTS File),
BTS (Add BTS File).
| (Properties | Base stations).
(Draw line to active base station)
(Draw line(s) to neighbor cell(s)). . (Color)
(Use color set), Ec/N0 (Active)
(Parameter) EcN0 (Color set). .
(Color Legend)
EcNo.

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4
, , .

Ec/N0,
MS Power Level ( MS).
(Layers) (Add Route)
(Add
Route). | (Route Properties | Device):
(Layers) .

(Properties). | (Route Properties | Color)
(Use color set), Ec/N0(active)
(Parameter) Ec/N0 (Color set). .
(Layers)
(Properties). | (Route Properties | Color)
(Use color set), MS Power
Level (Parameter) MS (MS Power Level)
(Color set). .
,
. ,
(Layers) (Color legends)
.

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Google Earth .kml.
Google Earth.
Google Earth (Export to Google
Earth) .

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(Save As).
.kml file (Save in),
(File name). (Save).

,
. :
Google Earth.

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6
,
.
RX .
, .

(Layers)
(Properties).

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. , (Route Properties, Color)
(Use color set). RX (RX level) (Parameter).
.

(Configure Filters).
(Select Channels) (Remove All),
, (Available).
OK.

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||
(Data
(Data || Indoor
Indoor || New)
New)

(Open

(Open
Map).Map).
- MapInfo, iBwave Google Earth (.kmz).
, .

(Parameters)

KMZ
.

Google Earth.


KMZ,

/
(Data
| Indoor | New).

Earth

Ctrl

Google
Earth (Google
Files (.kmz)).
,

,

.

|
|
(Data
| Indoor
| New)

(Open).
KMZ

MapInfo

,

,
,

(OpenMap).

iBwave,
.

iBwave.
(Open in Indoor) .
, .
(Parameters)
.
. Ctrl ,
.
, , ,
(Open in Indoor) .

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(.nmf). ,
| (Markers | Index), (Move)
.

, , .
,
. Nemo Outdoor
Microsoft XP Tablet PC Edition, Tablet PC ,
.
.
. .
.gst, .

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Floorplans and BTS


Files BTS
Floorplans and BTS Files

You
can also
use BTS
files on indoor
maps.
a route
on an indoor
map. Click
the Add
BTS
File

BTSOpen

.

You
can
also
use
BTS
files
on
indoor
maps.
Open
a
route
on
an
indoor
map.
Click
the
Add
BTS
button
and
browse
for
a
BTS
file.
. BTS (Add BTS File) BTS. File
button and browse for a BTS file.

After the
BTS
is loaded,
select a device
that will
be connected
with
the BTS
file. Click OK.

file

BTS ,

After
the
BTS
file
is
loaded,
select
a
device
that
will
be
connected
with
the
BTS
file.
Click
OK.
BTS. OK.

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played

The
BTS
icons will
appear ,on
the map
and when the
measurement
file is
back, a line
is drawn
from

.
the test device to the serving base station.

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(Add Route) (Layers) ,
, , .
,
, , .
, ,
(Color legends).

,
(Add Floorplan) (Layers). ,
, ,
.
(Go Downstairs) (Go Upstairs).

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,
. ,
(Add waypoint button) ,
. (Add) (Waypoints)
. (Layers) (.rpf).
,
(Save Route Plan)
.


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iBwave
iBwave Nemo Outdoor. ,
iBwave, Nemo Outdoor, . iBwave.
iBwave, | |
(Data | Indoor | New). iBwave (iBwave
Design Files). iBwave (Open).

, OK.

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. (Go Downstairs)
(Go Upstairs) .
(Layers) BTS .
The
map
is opened.
With the Go
Downstairs
and Go
buttons
can move
the
view

Upstairs

(Go you
Downstairs)
floors.From
(Gothe
Upstairs)
you

between
Layers list
can hide
and displays
the different
floors and
the
BTS files
for
(Layers)
BTS .
each
floor.

Nemo Outdoor will not automatically place the measurement route on the correct floor. Therefore,
Nemo Outdoor .
when making measurements on several floors, it is adviced to make a separate log file for each floor
, ,
and,
for example,
include
the floor
in the
measurement
name.Alternatively,
can add
a


, number
,

file
you
.
Nemo note
Outdoor

This

textual
in the
log
file identifying
the floor
number
in question.
way youwill
be
able to place
,

the
measurement
route
on the
correct
floor when
playing
back
the log
file.

, , .

.

BTS
Files on iBwave
Maps

sites

iBwave
You
can alsoBTS
view BTS
on iBwave
maps. An iBwave map file contains, by default, BTS sites but
you
will
also
need
a
separate
BTS
file
(.nbf
or .csv)
that has
the same
BTS
sites iBwave
with matching
cell IDs
BTS

iBwave.


than
the iBwave
file. Without
.nbf/csv
file, BTS
cell information
directions
will not
be

BTS,
the

and
BTSantenna
(.nbf
.csv),
displayed.
BTS , iBwave.
.nbf/.csv, BTS .
, iBwave BTS (Add BTS File),
BTS.

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u al

First open aniBwave map and click the Add BTS File button to open the BTS file.
First open aniBwave map and click the Add BTS File button to open the BTS file.

Select the BTS fileand then select the device connected with the map. Click OK.
BTS, , . OK.
Select the BTS fileand then select the device connected with the map. Click OK.

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in BTS
iBwave.
but


The BTS
fileappears
the Layers
panel
to make
it appear
on the
map, you
will need
to associate
iBwave BTS (Properties).
it with the iBwave BTS file. To do this, right-click one of the iBwave BTS layers and select Properties.
The BTS file appears in the Layers panel but to make it appear on the map, you will need to associate
it with the iBwave BTS file. To do this, right-click one of the iBwave BTS layers and select Properties.

On the Linked BTS page, select the file that you opened on the map and click OK.
BTS (Linked BTS), , ,
OK.
On the Linked BTS page, select the file that you opened on the map and click OK.


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The BTS sites and cell information are now displayed on the map.
BTS .

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Custom Window
- Custom Window Properties

(Custom Window Properties)


.
(custom window groups) ,
. , LTE FDD,
LTE Nemo Outdoor,
LTE.

- Save
Custom
Window

- Save
as New
Custom
Window


Changes

(Save as New Custom Window) .



(Save
Custom
Window
Changes),

(Custom
Window
Properties)
(.
).

.
.


- Save as New Custom
Window

CSV
- CSV File

CSV (Save as CSV File),


(Save as New Custom Window) .
CSV. . CSV.
(Custom Window Properties) (. ).
.

- Image

(Save as Image),


.jpg. as Image

- Save
(Save as Image),


.jpg.

MapInfo
- Save
as MapInfo Tab-file

MapInfo (Save as MapInfo Tab-file),


MapInfo. .
MapInfo.

file), MapInfo. . 278.

CSV - Save as CSV File


324


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Outdoor

CSV (Save
as CSV File),

CSV. . . 279.

- Move View To
(Move View To)
. . . 338.

(Open Map)
(Open Map), (.tab).

- Save Map
(Save Map),
(Save As), .

- Import Map
Nemo Outdoor
. (Import Map)
(Import Map) .
(Map Import Parameters).

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.
GPS , .

- Create Route Plan


(Create Route Plan)
, .

Open Route Plan


(Open Route Plan)
.

- Save Route Plan

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.

- Route
Plan

GPS

, .

- Create

- Create
Route
Plan


(Create
Route Plan)


, .
(Create Route Plan)
, .

Open

Open
Route


(Open
RoutePlan
Plan)
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(Open Route Plan)
.

- Save

SavePlan)
Route
Plan


(Save-Route

(.rpf)

(Save Route .
Plan)
(.rpf) .

MapInfo - Save as MapInfo Tab-file

MapInfo (Save as MapInfo Tab-file),


Add
Waypoints
MapInfo. .

MapInfo.

(Tool)

. (Add Marker)
. (Arrow)
. (Pan) ,
. (Center)
. (Zoom In) (Zoom Out)
.
, . (Clear Route)
. :
. .

- Center on New Marker

(Center on New Marker) ,


, .

- (Auto Center)

- (Auto Center) MapInfo


, .
: (Pan) (Center),
- (Auto Center).

(View Entire Map)

(View Entire Map) .


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(View Entire Route)

(View Entire Route),

32




.

32 3
3

- Textual

Entire
Route)

(View
(View
EntireComments
Route)
(Textual Comments)

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-- Textual
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Textual
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(Textual
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Add
Site

Show
Minimap

(Remove)

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Site)

(Show Minimap)

||

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.
.

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(Textual
Comments
|
Remove
All
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(Textual Comments | Remove All Textual Comments).


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, .

-- Show
Minimap

Show
Minimap

- Show
Marker
Info

(Show
(Show Minimap)
Minimap)

(Show
marker)

(Indoor).

(Indoor).

.
, .

- Show --Waypoints

Show

Show Marker
Marker Info
Info
(waypoints)

(Show

(waypoints)

(Show marker)
marker)

.
.
. . . 272.

-- Show
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Show
Waypoints

Color
Legend



(waypoints)
(waypoints)

(Color
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(Color Set)
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.
.
. . 272.

- Show
Markers

-- Color
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(Color Set) .

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(ShowMarkers
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(Layers) .

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(Layers)

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. ,





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Screen)

.
.

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(Route Properties) ,
.

(Device) , .
MapX (MapX Properties),
MapX. :
. MapInfo Geoset,
(Save Map) .

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32 5
(Route) .

(Line
(Linethickness)
thickness)

(Route)

.
X (X offset) Y (Y offset)

Xy.(X offset)


Y (Y offset)

x
(Line thickness)

y.

X (X offset) Y (Y offset)

(Show
(Indoorparameter
Properties) next to

x y.
route)
.
,

.(Show parameter next to




route)


(Show active cell
.

,

.
information), .
(Show active cell


(Draw as dots)

information),

.
, . (Draw as dots),

(Dot
size),as

(Draw
dots)


, . (Draw as dots),

(Draw
during
pause)
,


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.

(Use default color)


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(Use default color)


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set).

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(Edit
Color Set),


(Color Set Editor).
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. .
297.



(Color set).


(Edit Color Set), (Color Set Editor).



. . 297.
(Trend line) (Number of
previous



.
values),


,
(Trend line) (Number of



previous
values),


. (Hide route
line on invalid value), . ,
(Hide route
line on invalid value), . ,

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, GSM.
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(Show notifications)
.

(Size).
Selecting the Show notifications option will view notifications on the indoor map. You can define
the
size of the notifications in pixels in the Size field.

Indoor Properties

Indoor Properties

In the Indoor Properties dialog you can define the offset (in pixels) between routes on an indoor map.
(Indoor Properties)
This value is used with multi measurements where you have multiple routes which, without offset,
( ) .
would
overlap each
other. You can ,
also disable the
default
offset
completely.,
To define offset
values

,
for individual
routes, go to theRoute
the
X and Y offset
values.
,
Properties
.dialogand
define

. ,
(Route Properties) X Y.

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EXPORT/IMPORT
SETTINGS
/
- EXPORT/IMPORT SETTINGS
EXPORT/IMPORT
SETTINGS
It is
possible to export
and import
various
settings and
measurement lists
from and to
Nemo Outdoor.


This
function can
also
be used
to send
remotely
Nemo Outdoor
from
an (S)FTP
/
Nemo
Outdoor.
configurations

to

It
is
possible
to
export
and
import
various
settings
and
measurement
lists
from
and
to
Nemo
Outdoor.
server.
Nemo Outdoor (S)FTP.
This function can also be used to send configurations remotely to Nemo Outdoor from an (S)FTP
server.

to

Export
Settings
File - Export Settings to File
1. , / /
Outdoor
(File
Export
| To File
in Nemo
Outdoor).

.aex
1. Nemo
To export
settings
to |ato
file,File
go Settings
to File | Export
Settings
| To
File in Nemo
Outdoor.
Define
a name
Export
Settings

.
for the .aex file on your PC. The exported settings will be saved in this file.
1. To export settings to a file, go to File | Export Settings | To File in Nemo Outdoor. Define a name
for the .aex file on your PC. The exported settings will be saved in this file.

2. Next, the Export Settings dialog appears. Select the items you wish to export, and click OK.
2. (Export Settings). ,
, OK.
2. Next, the Export Settings dialog appears. Select the items you wish to export, and click OK.

3. The selected items are now saved in the .aex file.


3. The selected items are now saved in the .aex file.
3. .aex.


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S

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FTP - Export Settings to FTP Server305

Export
Settings to FTP Server
1. FTP, /
Export
Settings
to FTP
/
FTP
Server
Nemo
(File Settings
| Export |Settings
| To FTP
Server in Nemo
1.
To export settings
to an FTP
server,
go toOutdoor
File | Export
To FTP Server
in Nemo
Outdoor). .aex .
Outdoor.
a name
for the
.aexgo
filetoonFile
your
PC. The
exported
settings
will be saved
in this
1.
To
export Define
settings
an FTP
server,
| Export
Settings
| To
FTP Server
in Nemo
to
.
file.
Outdoor. Define a name for the .aex file on your PC. The exported settings will be saved in this
file.

2. Click the FTP Options button to define settings for the FTP server. See page 314 for more
2. FTP (FTP Options), FTP.
information
onOptions
the settings.
2. Click
the FTP
button to define settings for the FTP server. See page 314 for more

. . 313.
information
on
the
settings.

(Export

3. 3.
Next,
the Export
Settings
dialog appears.
Select the
items you
wish toSettings).
export, and
click OK.,
, OK.
3. Next, the Export Settings dialog appears. Select the items you wish to export, and click OK.

4. The selected items are now saved in the .aex file and exported to the FTP server. The exported
settings
can now
downloaded
the
FTP
to any Nemo
unit with
to
4. The
selected
itemsbeare
now savedfrom
in the
.aex
fileserver
and exported
to theOutdoor
FTP server.
Theaccess
exported
4.settings




with

FTP.
the
server.
can
now be downloaded
from the FTP
server.aex
to any
Nemo Outdoor unit
access
to
FTP Nemo Outdoor
the server.
.

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- Import Settings from File

N em o O u td oor Us er Man u al

Import
Settings from File
1. , / /
Nemo Outdoor (File | Import Settings | From File in Nemo Outdoor).
1.
To import
settings, select
File | Import Settings | From File in Nemo Outdoor. Select the file and
Import
Settings

(Open). from File


click Open.
1. To import settings, select File | Import Settings | From File in Nemo Outdoor. Select the file and
click Open.

2. Select the settings you wish to import in the Import Settings dialog.
2. ,
(Import Settings).
2. Select the settings you wish to import in the Import Settings dialog.

3. Click OK. The selected settings and files are now saved in Nemo Outdoor and they can be taken
into use.
3. Click OK. The selected settings and files are now saved in Nemo Outdoor and they can be taken
3.

OK. Nemo Outdoor


into
use.
.


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Import
Settings from FTP Server
1. FTP, / /
Import
Settings
from
FTP
Server

FTP Nemo
Outdoor
(File
| Import Settings | From FTP Server in Nemo Outdoor).
1. To import settings from an FTP server, select File | Import Settings | From FTP Server in Nemo
FTP, .
Outdoor.
you have
notandefined
any FTP
server
list will|be
empty.
When
FTP
server
1. To
import Ifsettings
from
FTP server,
select
Filesettings,
| Importthe
Settings
From
FTP
Server
in Nemo

FTP,

.
settings
are
defined,
a
list
of
exported
setting
files
will
appear.
Outdoor. If you have not defined any FTP server settings, the list will be empty. When FTP server
settings are defined, a list of exported setting files will appear.

2.

dialog.
,
2. Select
the user
parameters,
you wish to import
in the
Import
Settings
(Import Settings).
2. Select the user parameters you wish to import in the Import Settings dialog.

3. Click OK. The selected settings and files are now saved in Nemo Outdoor and they can be taken
into use.
3. Click
OK. The selected settings and files are now saved in Nemo Outdoor and they can be taken
3.

OK Nemo Outdoor
into
use.
.

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,
REC. , .

1. ,
: |
(Measurement | Stop Script) (Stop)
.
2. ,
| (Measurement | Stop)
(Stop) . ,
. , PDP-
; , GPRS.
3. Nemo Outdoor .
,
. .
Nemo Outdoor, | (File | Exit)
Nemo Outdoor.
,
. ,
| (Measurement | Stop Script)
(Stop), .
,
. ,
TCH ,
( , ).

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MEASUREMENT
REPORT

- MEASUREMENT REPORT

The Measurement Reportdialog is displayed when recording is stopped. The dialog displays some
(Measurement Report) ,
statistics
from the measurement.
.

.
Select
the Save
statistics
to fileoption
to savethe
statistics
to astatistics
separate Excel
.csv
file. The

(Save
to file),
filename
is the
same
as for the
measurement
and the
file
is located
in the Results
folder.

Excelfile

.csv.


,

actual

(Measurement
Report)
,

(Results).
.
Select
the Send
measurement results to FTP server option to send the log files to an FTP server.

.
See
Measurement
Files to an FTP
for more
chapter
Uploading

Server

information.
FTP


statistics
to file),to


(Show FTP
send dialog
before(Save
sending
measurement
server),

If
you do not want
this dialog
to
appear, select
the
Donot
show
this
againoption.

Excel

.csv.dialog


FTP

,


(Results).


FTP
(Send Measurement
to FTP Server).
.
To
save
the measurement
file under another
name,
click the Rename button and type a new file name



FTP.

in
the field
that,
appears.
To delete
the file without
saving,
click the Delete
button. To
export
the

(Do
not
show
this
dialog
again).

measurement, click the Export button (see Exporting Measurements).


(Do not show this dialog again).

to

,

Click
the
Playback button
playback
the measurement
file immediately.
To
save the
file, click Save.
(Rename)

(Delete).
(Rename)

Note
that ifyou
press
Esc on
your
computers
keyboard,
or
click on
the
button
on,
the

(Delete).

dialog, you will save the measurement file just as if you had clicked on the Save button.

(Playback),

(Export)
(.

).
. , (Save).
Click the Export button the access the Export Measurementsdialog (see Exporting Measurements).
(Playback),

:

Esc (Save).

.

, ,
(Save).
: Esc
, ,
(Export),

(Export(Save).
Measurements) (. . 335).
(Export),
(Export Measurements) (. . 337).

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(Analyze),
Nemo Analyze.
: , ,
Nemo Outdoor, Nemo Analyze 5.X.

(Analyze
Measurement)

Nemo
(Export to
Nemo Analyze)


(workbook),

,
/

(report),

(workbook),

, /

(report),

Nemo Analyze

Nemo
Analyze.


Nemo
Analyze

Nemo Analyze.
,
,

(Upload).

(Export).

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33 1
338
Nemo Outdoor
, | (File | Open
Measurement). .

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.
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(Add Textual Note)

(Stop)

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, , ). ,

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Events Grid | User Markers).

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(Indoor), .

(Indoor),


(

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)



(Move).

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.
.

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(File
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Measurement).

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.
.

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FTP
Nemo Outdoor FTP

Outdoor


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Outdoor

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, FTP.
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| FTP (File | Send Measurement

|


FTP (File |Send
Measurement
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FTP Server).

to
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Server).

FTP (File | Send Measurement to FTP Server).


FTP (File | Send Measurement to FTP Server).

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FTP (FTP Options).

FTP (FTP Server) FTP


(Server address). ,
FTP: (Remote folder).
(Username) (Password) .
SFTP (Use SFTP protocol),
SFTP.

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(Use passive mode),


.
(Sent),
(Sent)
C:\Nemo Tools . ,
| | (User
Interface Properties | Paths | Measurements).
-
.
- (Use a Proxy Server),
(Proxy address), (Username)
(Password). FTP, OK.
FTP.


(Export Measurements)
Nemo MapInfo .csv.
| (File |
Export Measurements).
(Measurement Report) .

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(Export Measurements).
(Export Measurements).

(Template)
. , (New) (Template)
. , ,
. , .
(Template)

(New) (Template)

(Export
Measurements).

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.

(New)
(Template)

(Add
Measurement)


(Add
Folder)


, .

(Export Measurements).

.
,

(Export
Measurements).

(Add
Measurement)

(Target
folder)

.
(Add Folder) ,

(Add
Measurement)

(Export
format)

,

.
(Add Folder)


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TAB
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,

(Target
folder)
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(Export interval) ( ),

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folder)

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format)

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.

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(all), .
(Export format) , .

interval)
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(Export

of values per
parameter)

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interval) ( ),
(all),

.
.
.
(all),,

values per
parameter)

(Number
of

(Number
of values
.

(Separate
valuesper
to parameter)
columns).
,
.

(Export files
to folder)

,
(Target folder).



(Separate
values
to
columns).


(Export
to single
file),



.tab. ,
(Separate values to columns).

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(Select Parameters), ,
.


. .

. ,
. (Edit Rules).

.
(Add to List). . ,
OK.
, , , OK.

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Nemo Outdoor.
.
.
Nemo Outdoor Windows.
, . Microsoft Windows.

- VIEW GROUPS
(View Groups) ,
. ,
, , Nemo
Outdoor, .
.
, , .

Nemo Outdoor , ,
. ,
(Rename).

OK.

,
(Create New).
OK. .

, , ,
(Maps) , .
, , , (Graphs)
.
Nemo Outdoor.
,

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(Copy to New View Group).


, .

,
,
(Select Device). .
.

Nemo Outdoor.
. ,
, . ,
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.
.


. (View),
: .
Nemo Outdoor ,
. , , ,
(Start Recording) .
Nemo Outdoor . . 340.


Nemo Outdoor
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) ,
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, ,
. , ,
,
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(View) :
.

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or

NEMO OUTDOOR
Nemo Outdoor.

(File)

(File)
(Workspace) (Device Configurations).
(File).
(Save Workspace on Exit),

. (Work Offline)
. FTP (Send
Measurement to FTP Server) FTP
(. . 333). (Export
Measurements) Nemo
MapInfo .csv (. . 278). (Export)
(Import Settings)
.aex. .aex :







. :
, .

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(Recent Workspaces),
(Recent Device Configurations) (Recent
Measurements)
, , .
(Exit) .

(Edit)


(Edit)
(Edit)








Nemo
Nemo Outdoor.
Outdoor. (Find)

, (. . 237).

MS Word
PowerPoint. : ,
, .

(View)

(Find) , (. . 236).

(View) , , ,
, ,
, , .
,
.
(Configuration Manager), (Color Set Editor),
(Notification Manager), (User Parameters)

(Edit)
Nemo Outdoor. (Find)
,
(. . 237).

349

(View)

(View) , , ,
, ,
, , .
,
.
(Configuration Manager), (Color Set Editor),
(Notification Manager), (User Parameters)

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(User Interface Properties).
(View Groups)
. . . 338.
(Active View Properties) ,
.

(Measurement)

(Measurement) ,
, .
(Start Scripts)
. ,
/ (Start/Stop Scripts) .
(Script Editor) .
.
(Clear Buffers) .
.
(All Devices)
. , SMS
, Nemo Outdoor.
(All Devices) ,
.
.

USER INT ER FACE

325

Below All Devices


are listed individually all measurement devices connected to the system. Through

351
these items you can control and configure the individual test terminals.

34 3

Measurement
General,
Measurement
Properties
Measurement
Settings,
Measurement
Properties



(Measurement
Properties

Frequency
Scanning
with
Mobiles,Measurement
Properties

Pilot
Scanning
with
Properties General), (Measurement
Properties

Settings),

can

menu.

Measurement
and

(General
Properties)
Mobiles,
Measurement
Properties
-
Scriptdialogs
be
accessed
through this
By(. 73),

(Measurement
(. 75),

(Measurement
Properties
Frequency
Scanning
Mobiles),
selecting
the
Reset
command,
you
canProperties)
resetthe
Devices
window,
forwith
example,
if you
want
to
(Frequency
Scanning
Properties)
(. 77),

(Pilot

(Measurement
reconnect and activate a device after disconnecting it.
Scanning Properties)
(. 80),

(Notification
Properties)
(. 60)
Properties
Pilot Scanning
with
Mobiles),

(Script
Properties)
(.
64).

(Reset),

(Measurement
Properties
dialogs).
during
(Reset),

The
menu also offers
access- Script
to various
actions
that can
be performed
manual
measurements.

(Devices)

(Devices) , ,
If
you are using
scripts
to run
measurements,
you will not need these commands.
,

,
,

Please
note
that the
menu displays
only
those functions
that are
supported
by
the device.

.
Note
that you
use
scripts
with scanners.
,
cannot

.
: ,
.
: .

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(Playback)

(Playback)


.

.


Nemo Analyze,
Analyze:

(Play),
(Pause)
(Stop)
to


Nemo
Analyze
(Export
Nemo
Analyze).
.
.

(Data)
(Data)
.
(Open Custom Window) (. . 352).

.
(New), Nemo Outdoor .
(Spectrum Graph),
, .
( ) , RX
. ,
(Edit Markers).

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(Grid) . (Events)
,
, ,
. (Parameters)
. (Statistics) ,
, PDP,
. (Messages)
2 3, RLC/MAC LLC. (Table)

. ,
, ,

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(, , ,
..). (Packet Decoder Grid)
.
(Indoor) (. . 313). (Map)
(. . 267).
(Save as Custom Window)
. .
352.
(Save Changes) .
, , Nemo Outdoor
.

(Window)

(Window) .
(Cascade),
(Tile Horizontally), (Tile Vertically)
(Arrange Icons). (Close All)
. : .

(Help)

(Help)
. (License Information)
Nemo Outdoor.
(About)
Nemo Outdoor,
.

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Nemo Outdoor .
,
,
(Customize).

. (Toolbars)
, .
(New), .
(New Toolbar)
OK.

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(Customize).
, (Delete).

. (Commands) ,
. .

318 Nemo O utdoor User Manual

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,
.
, (Customize) (
(Customize),
. ,
, (Reset).

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. (Options)
. ,
.

.
(Customize),
(Change Button Image).

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NEMO OUTDOOR
Nemo Outdoor
.
, .
, Nemo Outdoor
,
.
.


Nemo Outdoor ,
(Data)
(Custom window), (View).
.
. ,
(Open Custom Window) ( (Data) |
Open Custom Window)).


(, , , ) (AMPS, CDMA, GSM, UMTS
..). , ,
(Open).

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. ,
, , ,
| (Data | Save as Custom Window).
Nemo Outdoor .
OK .
, , ,
(Delete).
(Quick Windows)
( (View) (Quick Windows)
Nemo Outdoor .
. .
, ,
.


,
.
, ,
, .., HSDPA BLER , , HSDPA
MAC-hs BLER HSDPA HARQ process BLER.

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(Devices)

(Devices)
. ,
Nemo Outdoor, .
,
. , FTP
FTP (FTP Transfer Properties).

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(Ctrl+ ) ,
. , APN
, APN
. ,
,
.
(Selected Data Protocol),
(Supported Protocols)
(FTP, SMTP, TCP/UDP ..), .
(FTP, SMTP, TCP/UDP ..), .
(Measurement servers)
(Measurement Servers) (. 33) Nemo
Invex. : ,
Nemo Outdoor Nemo Invex.
(Add remove devices) ,
.
(Measurement control)
, , ,
/ , / GPRS,
SMS/MMS.
(Measurement settings)
.
.
(Device connection settings)
(. 66).
(Device measurement settings)
. (Measurement Properties Measurement Settings) (. 75) .
(Device notification settings)
(Measurement Properties - Notifications.
(. 60) .
(Device script settings)
(Measurement Properties Script) (. 104)
.
/ (Group devices by type/server)
.

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(Device Status)

(Device Status) .
, .

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(Device Status)
(Toggle Status Window Docking Area),
(Status) .

(Device Status)
(Reorder Devices),
(Device Status) (Devices).
, OK.

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USER INT ER FACE

Nemo Outdoor
339

- Server Status

Server Status View

(Server
Status)

The Server
Status
view is
available
only
with Nemo
Invex. Nemo Invex.

The Server Status view displays the server status and some information about the server hardware.

Right-click on.
the Device Status view and select Toggle Status Window Docking Area to dock the
Status view to the top of the main view.
(Device Status)

Status

(Toggle
Docking Area).
Right-click
on a server in
the Device
view andWindows
select Add
New Status
DeviceWindow
toMeasurement
Server
to open the Add New Device dialog.
.

Right-click on the Device Status view and select Measurement Servers to access a list of
(Device Status)
measurement servers connected to the system. You can connect and disconnect the servers.
(Add New Device to Measurement
Server), (Add New Device).
Right-click on a server in the Device Status view and select Restart All VQ Modules to access a list
of measurement servers connected to the system. You can connect and disconnect the servers.
(Device Status)
(Measurement Servers), ,
. .
(Device Status)
VQ (Restart All VQ Modules),
, . .

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or

(Output)

.
)
(
. , ,
, ,
- . , | (View | Output).
(Output ),
(Clear Window) .

(Script Status)

: ,
.
(Script Status) ,
.


. ,
, Windows.
, Windows
(. Microsoft Windows).

.

(Cascade)
(Cascade) (Window)
. ,

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(Window) (
(Minimize), (Maximize) (Close)
). , (Next)
, ( ).

(Tile Windows)

(Tile) (Window) ,
, , ; ,
. .

(Arrange Icons)

, , ,
. (Arrange Icons)
(Window).

(Close All)

(Close All) Window ,


Nemo Outdoor.

(Saving Window Settings)


Nemo Outdoor,
(Save Workspace on Exit) (File). ,
; .

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,
Nemo Outdoor.


Nemo Outdoor
,
,
TCP.
, Nemo Outdoor,
, , , ,
.
, CQI (average CQI)
3 MAC-HS (MAC-HS 3rd retransmission rate)
.
HS-SCCH (HS-SCCH usage rate) (= HSDPA DTX)
, .
LTE, (physical
resource block allocation, PRB) / (signal to noise ratio, SNR). PRB
.
,
( ).
,
, , ,
, ,
.
PUSCH TX (PUSCH TX)
.
,
HARQ, BLER (PDSCH BLER)
0, - 10-20%
BLER HARQ 0%.
, .
BLER (%) /
MAC (MAC downlink/uplink residual).
:
/ ,
. HSPA USB
,
.

Properties)

FTP. IP (IP

(Advanced

Capturing).

FTP

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FTP .
, FTP . ,
, Nemo Outdoor .
.
Nemo Outdoor 5.60 :
FTP, , .
; .
Nemo Outdoor 5.70 :
FTP, .
, , .

Windows
TCP :

Wireshark:
1. .pcap TCP ( FTP-DATA) .
(Window size)
TCP.

Nemo Outdoor:
1. (packet grid) Nemo Outdoor.
2. TCP FTP PayloadLen=0:

10. ,
. Tcp.
(Window).

( , ..):
1. GetWindowSizeFromRegistry().
TCP n (TCP Window size set to n) = ,
.

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TCP (TCP Window size set to default): n = ,


. .
TCP. . (TCP Auto-Tuning detected. Window
size not set.) = Windows Vista/7 TCP.

11.

(.nmf)


/ .
.

Windows XP

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\TcpipParameters\TcpWindowSize.
, , Windows, Nemo Outdoor.

TcpOptimizer. , Nemo Outdoor
, , 256 .

Windows Vista/Windows7
Windows Vista/7 . ,
,
TCP. , , XP, Outdoor
.
,
/ USB- .
.
TCP , Nemo Outdoor
(256 ). Outdoor 5.40
, .

TCP:

1. , CMD (Search programs


and files).

2. netsh interface tcp show global

3. Receive Window Auto-Tuning Level .


: ,
.

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4. , CMD (Search programs
and files).
(Run as administrator).

5. , netsh interface tcp set global autotuning=disabled.


TCP 64. , , Outdoor
256.
6. TCP, ,
netsh interface tcp set global autotuning=highlyrestricted.
7. :
disabled (): TCP.
64 (65535).
highlyrestricted ( ): .
( ).
restricted (): . TCP
.
normal (): .
.
experimental (): ,
( :
, ).
16 .

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(DEVICE
STATUS)
(Device Status) .

, , Nemo
Outdoor .
, , .
, (Devices)
(Reset).


Nemo Outdoor (Add)
Nemo Outdoor (Add)
(Configuration
Manager) ,
,
(Configuration Manager)

Nemo
Nemo Outdoor
Outdoor

.
. . . 14.

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USB
HASP ,

(Add)
,
,


(Add) ,

,

,
.

,
,
,


(
(File) |
(Close Measurement)).

( (File) |
(Close
Measurement)).

/

(Measurement control) ,,
.
(Work offline online).

GPS
Windows XP Vista GPS
. , . ,
.
1. (Start) | (Settings) | (Control Panel).
(System).
2. (Hardware)
(Device Manager).
3. (Mice and other pointing
devices). Microsoft Serial BallPoint.
4. Microsoft Serial BallPoint
(Disable) .
5. , (Yes) .
6. , GPS .

,
.
. , ,
Nemo Outdoor . ,
, , .
HASH, .

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#HASH,14:46:49.262,1,"0360D938749FFE82B15545D3E55B75C0"
, Nemo Outdoor 5.4 ,
. Nemo Outdoor 5.50
, , .

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NEMO OUTDOOR

, Nemo Outdoor.


(Open Playback File(s))

(Open Workspace)

(Save Workspace)

(Configuration Manager)

(Work Offline)
(Start Recording)
(Start
Playback)
(Pause)
(Stop)
/
(Start/Stop Scripts)
(Add Marker)

(Add Textual Note)
(Open
Custom Window)

(Save As New Custom Window)

(Save Changes to
Custom Window)
(Save
As Image)




.

.

(Configuration Manager).

.
Nemo Outdoor
.

.

/.
/.

/ .

.

.

(Open Custom Window).

.

.

(.jpg).


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, Nemo Outdoor.


(Expand Device
Info Window)

(Device notification
settings)
(Device
Commands)
(Device
Settings)

(Autodetect Devices)
(Refresh)
(Properties)
(Add)

(Remove)



(Device Info).

(Notifications), ,
Nemo Outdoor
.
(Device
Commands)
, .

.
,
Nemo Outdoor.

(Configuration Manager).
(Properties)

(Configuration Manager).
,
, ,
(Configuration
Manager).
,

(Configuration Manager).

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, .

(Hide
Layer)

(Remove Layer)
(New
Layer)
(Layer
Properties)

(Move Layer
Down)

(Move Layer
Up)

(Set Stacked
Mode)

(Autoscroll)

(Show Panels)



(New Layer),
,
.
(Layer
Properties),
.


,
,
.
,

.

.


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, .


(Open Map)

(Save Map)

(Import Map)

(Layer Properties)

(Find
Map at Position)

(Create
Route Plan)

(Open
Route Plan)

(Save
Route Plan)

(Add
Waypoint)
(Arrow)
(Pan)

(Center)

(Open),
.
MapInfo
Geoset (.gst).
(Map
Import Parameters)
. .
(Properties)
, .
,

.
.

.

(.rpf).

.
,
.
,
, .
. ,
, .
,
,
.

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(Zoom
In)
(Zoom
Out)

(Clear
Route)

(Set
Current Location)

(Auto Center)

(Auto Center
Sensitivity)

(Previous View)
(Entire
Map)

(Entire Route)

(Scale Bar)

(Measure
Distance)

(Side Panel)

,
.
,
.
.
.
.
(Set Current Location)

GPS.

GPS.
.
- (Auto
Center),
.
GPS.
(
) -
(Auto Center). ,
,
.
(Previous View),
,
(Pan).
(Entire Map), ,
, .
(Entire Route)
.
(Scale Bar),
.
(Measure
Distance)
.
(Side Panel),
.

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, Nemo Outdoor.
F2 Nemo Outdoor.

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.
Attach Attempt

MMS Receiving Attempt


MMS

Attach Failed

MMS Receiving Failed


MMS

Attach Success

MMS Receiving Success MMS

MMS Sending Attempt


MMS

Call Alerting

MMS Sending Failed


MMS

Call Answered

MMS Sending Success MMS

Call Attempt
Call Connected

Packet Call Attempt

Call Disconnect

Packet Call Connected

Call Dropped

Packet Call Disconnected

Call Failed

Packet Call Failed

Call Received

Packet Technology Changed to HSDPA


HSDPA
Packet Technology Changed to UMTS
UMTS

Cell Change Attempt

PTT Idle PTT

Cell Change Failed

PTT Receiving PTT

Cell Change Success


PTT Transmitting PTT

Cell Reselection

Cell Reselection (3G) GSM/UMTS


(3G) GSM/UMTS

RX Level Low/Bad RX
/

Cell Reselection (2G) UMTS/GSM


(2G) UMTS/GSM

Routing Area Update Attempt



Routing Area Update Failed

Context Activation Attempt



Context Activation Failed

Routing Area Update Success


Context Activation Success



Context Deactivation

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Semiduplex Call Attempt



Service Lost
Service Received

Data Call Attempt



Data Connection Attempt

SMS/USSD Received SMS/USSD

Data Connection Failed


SMS/USSD Receiving Attempt


SMS/USSD

Data Connection Success


SMS/USSD Receiving Failed


SMS/USSD

Data Disconnect

SMS/USSD Sending Completed


SMS/USSD

Data Transfer Attempt



Data Transfer Success

Soft Handover Failure


Data Transfer Failed

Soft Handover Success


Dead Reckoning in Use


TX Power High/UL Power Up High


TX / UL

Detach -
Differential GPS in Use
GPS
Duplex Call Attempt

FER High FER

Video Call Attempt


Voice Call Attempt/Voice Call Attempt (ETSI)
/
(ETSI)
Voice Call Connected (ETSI) -
(ETSI)
Voice Call Disconnected (ETSI)
(ETSI)

GPS Fix Lost GPS

Voice Call Dropped (ETSI)


(ETSI)

GPS Fix Received GPS

HS-DSCH Serving Cell Changed


HS-DSCH

Star ()
Thumb Down ( )

Handover Attempt

Thumb Up ( )

Handover Failed
Handover Success
Location Area Update Attempt
Location Area Update Failed
Location Area Update Success

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Marker -
Markov Call Attempt
Measurement Error


OUTDOOR
NEMO

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Nemo Outdoor nemosupport@anite.com
Nemo.Helpdesk@anite.com

: +358
50
395 7800.


:
+358
50 395
7800.

,

,

.
.


http://www.anite.com/nemo
, .






Nemo
Nemo
Nemo

.
.

http://
http://www.anite.com/nemo.
nemouserclub.anite.com.
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nemosupport@anite.com
+ 91982 0016372

, , :
Windows, . Windows | (Control Panel |
System)


GPS
Nemo Outdoor, . | (Help |
About)



(
)

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1
MAPINFO
, ,
MapInfo. ,
, MapInfo.
,
.
Nemo Outdoor Nemo Analyze .TIF, .GIF .JPG. MapInfo
:
- .TIF
- .GIF
- .JPG
- .PCX
- .BMP
- .BIL
:
- :
.
- :
, .
- :
. MapInfo 256 . Nemo Outdoor Nemo Analyze,
. ,
, .


MapInfo
,
, MapInfo
(Map) .
(Image Registration).
. ,
.
, , , ,
( ) .

1. MapInfo. |
(File | Table and Raster Image File Format).
(.TIF, .GIF, .JPG) .
(Image Registration).
.

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Outdoor
2. (Projection),
. ,
/ (Longitude/ Latitude).
3. .
( ).
(Add Control Point), .
Map X Map Y . , 65 , 30
, 65.5 . ,
. ,
,
(Image Registration).
. , UTM,
. MapBasic,
// ,
//
: + (/60) + (/3600) =
4. , , . ,
.
5. , OK
(Image Registration). .
6. .tab .tif/gif/jpg Nemo
Outdoor Nemo Analyze.
7. .tab Nemo Outdoor Nemo Analyze.

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2
CDMA PRL
NEMO OUTDOOR
CDMA PRL Nemo
Outdoor (Device Settings).

NV (NV items)
.

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Nemo
Outdoor

- ,
SPC. , SPC
.
(Directory) .
MIN1 .
MIN2 .
SPC .
IMSI = IMSI_MCC + IMSI_11_12 + MIN1 + MIN2

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. PRL PRL.
PRL Qualcomm.
PRL
PRL .

DIP (DIP Switch) /


.
PRL,
Presto, CDG.org. ,

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Outdoor
prl.

1. prltools.asp, .

2. .
. MS Excel
Presto.

3. Setup.exe. (Install)
.

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4. (Next) PRL.

5. (Next) (Welcome).
6. (I Agree) (License
Agreement) (Next).
7. (Next), .
8. (Close),
(Installation Finished).
9. Presto | |
PRL QUALCOMM (Start | All Programs | Toolbar Suite | PRESTO). Excel
:

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Outdoor

3



,

(User Account Control, UAC)
, ,
. ,
, .
UAC, ( Never
notify). (User
Account Control Settings).


Windows.
, :

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1. ( PDP).
2. (Network Settings) ,
.
3. (Connection Properties) ,
NDIS .


Nemo Outdoor
,
,
TCP.
, Nemo Outdoor,
, , , ,
.
, CQI (average CQI)
3 MAC-HS (MAC-HS 3rd retransmission rate)
.
HS-SCCH (HS-SCCH usage rate) (= HSDPA DTX)
, .
LTE, (physical
resource block allocation, PRB) / (signal to noise ratio, SNR). PRB
.
,
( ).
,
, , ,
, ,
.
PUSCH TX (PUSCH TX)
.
,
HARQ, BLER (PDSCH BLER)
0, - 10-20%
BLER HARQ 0%.
, .
BLER (%) /
MAC (MAC downlink/uplink residual).
:
/ ,
. HSPA USB
,
.
FTP.
FTP .
, FTP . ,

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, Nemo Outdoor .
.
Nemo Outdoor 5.60 :
FTP, , .
; .
Nemo Outdoor 5.70 :
FTP, .
, , .
Nemo Outdoor
. Nemo Outdoor,
(trace port). (modem port )
(dial-up connection) .
, PDP
Nemo Outdoor. ,
.
, /
PDP.
. ,
Nemo Outdoor.

Windows
TCP :

Wireshark:
1. .pcap TCP ( FTP-DATA) .
(Window size)
TCP.

Nemo Outdoor:
1. (packet grid) Nemo Outdoor.
2. TCP FTP PayloadLen=0:

3. ,
. Tcp.
(Window).

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( , ..):
1. GetWindowSizeFromRegistry().
TCP n (TCP Window size set to n) = ,
.
TCP (TCP Window size set to default): n = ,
. .
TCP. . (TCP Auto-Tuning detected. Window
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