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Analyzer 4.

1 User Manual
December 2001

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Contents
ABOUT THE HELP ................................................................................................................. 48
WHATS NEW.......................................................................................................................... 48
Whats new in version 4.1 ........................................................................................48
PCM Link improvements in 4.1......................................................................49
Analysis Pack Reports - new in 4.1 ...............................................................49
Load Time Queries - new in 4.1.....................................................................52
StateForms - new in 4.1.................................................................................52
Replay - new in 4.1 ........................................................................................52
Analysis Manager - enhancements in 4.1......................................................53
Statistics Explorer - new features in 4.1 ........................................................53
Maps - new features in 4.1 ............................................................................53
Map Printing - new in 4.1 ...............................................................................53
Custom Attributes in 4.1.................................................................................54
Commuter Licensing in 4.1 ............................................................................54
CDMA Event Detection in 4.1 ........................................................................55
Other enhancements in 4.1 ...........................................................................57
Whats new in version 4.0 ........................................................................................58
Additional installation requirements for 4.0....................................................58
Licensing in 4.0 ..............................................................................................58
Workspace layout in 4.0 ................................................................................58
Viewing tool enhancements in 4.0 .................................................................58
Microsoft Excel - new in 4.0...........................................................................59
Analysis Manager replaces Query Manager in 4.0........................................59
Statistics Explorer - new in 4.0 ......................................................................59
Network Images - new in 4.0 .........................................................................59
CDMA Toolkit - new in 4.0 .............................................................................59
CDMA StateTip - new in 4.0 ..........................................................................59
Network Explorer - new in 4.0........................................................................59
Preferences dialog - new in 4.0 .....................................................................59
Superstreaming change in 4.0.......................................................................60

GETTING STARTED.................................................................................... 61
Introducing Analyzer ................................................................................................61
Managing data...........................................................................................................61
Visualizing data.........................................................................................................62
Analyzing data...........................................................................................................62
Optimizing networks.................................................................................................63
WORKSPACES....................................................................................................................... 63
About workspaces ....................................................................................................63
About the Workspace Explorer ...............................................................................64
Use workspaces........................................................................................................67
Open a data file .........................................................................................................67
Import a text file ........................................................................................................68
Run an analysis on the data ....................................................................................69
Show a menu of attribute options...........................................................................69
View an attribute in a data window .........................................................................70
Use the Replay Control ............................................................................................70
Use StateForms.........................................................................................................70
Create a new StateForm................................................................................71
View a data stream in the Message Browser .........................................................73
View the results of a query ......................................................................................73
Export data to a file...................................................................................................74

Merge data streams ..................................................................................................75


Superstream PCM Link and Drive Test data .................................................75
Use Load Time Queries ............................................................................................76
Workspace toolbar reference ..................................................................................76
Preferences dialog .........................................................................................77
CHARTS .................................................................................................................................. 79
About charts..............................................................................................................79
Display data in a chart window ...............................................................................80
View data synchronized with the chart...................................................................81
Zoom the chart view .................................................................................................81
Pan the chart view ....................................................................................................81
View a different chart type .......................................................................................82
Print the chart............................................................................................................82
Edit the chart .............................................................................................................83
Export the chart to other applications....................................................................84
Chart toolbar reference ..................................................................................84
MAPS....................................................................................................................................... 85
About maps ...............................................................................................................85
Display attribute data on a map ..............................................................................86
View data synchronized with the map ....................................................................87
Move around the map...............................................................................................87
Zoom in and out ........................................................................................................87
Select map objects ...................................................................................................88
Measure distances on the map ...............................................................................88
Add annotations to the map ....................................................................................89
Remove annotations from the map.........................................................................89
Show and hide map data..........................................................................................90
Alter the map legend range......................................................................................90
Change the number of ranges in the legend..........................................................90
Customize each range in the legend ......................................................................91
Change the attribute style setting...........................................................................91
Change the attribute font .........................................................................................92
Combine data attributes on the map ......................................................................93
Control map layers ...................................................................................................93
Add a map file ...........................................................................................................94
Add a raster map file ................................................................................................94
Control attribute labels.............................................................................................94
Edit a layers display properties..............................................................................94
Offset the data on the map ......................................................................................95
Choose the map projection .....................................................................................95
Change the map units ..............................................................................................96
Display cell sites on the map...................................................................................96
Display lines to cells.................................................................................................96
Print a map ................................................................................................................97
Copy a map to the Clipboard ...................................................................................98
Export a map as a bitmap ........................................................................................99
Export the legend as a bitmap.................................................................................99
Troubleshooting maps .............................................................................................99
Map dialog reference ..............................................................................................100
Page Setup dialog........................................................................................100
Label Properties dialog ................................................................................102
Display Properties dialog .............................................................................103
Raster Image Registration dialog ................................................................104
Map toolbar reference..................................................................................104

TABLES................................................................................................................................. 106
About Tables ...........................................................................................................106
Display data attributes in a Table..........................................................................106
View Series data in a Table ....................................................................................106
View Histogram data in a Table.............................................................................107
View Statistics data in a Table...............................................................................107
WORKBOOKS/REPORTS .................................................................................................... 108
About workbooks....................................................................................................108
Display data attributes in a workbook ..................................................................108
View Series data in a workbook ............................................................................109
View Histogram data in a workbook .....................................................................109
View Statistic data in a workbook .........................................................................110
Save a workbook/report .........................................................................................110
Open an existing workbook/report .......................................................................111
MESSAGE BROWSER ......................................................................................................... 111
About the Message Browser .................................................................................111
Display data in the Message Browser ..................................................................112
Synchronize with the Workspace..........................................................................113
Find text in the Message Browser.........................................................................113
Set and remove bookmarks ...................................................................................114
Move between bookmarks .....................................................................................114
Remove all bookmarks...........................................................................................114
Filter messages in the Message Browser ............................................................115
Format messages in the Message Browser.........................................................115
Export messages to the clipboard ........................................................................116
Message Browser toolbar reference.....................................................................116
STATISTICS EXPLORER ..................................................................................................... 117
About the Statistics Explorer ................................................................................117
Open the Statistics Explorer..................................................................................118
Check for existing queries .....................................................................................119
Manipulate data in the Statistics Explorer ...........................................................119
Filter the Workspace data ......................................................................................119
Generate a substream ............................................................................................120
Statistics Explorer toolbar reference....................................................................120
CDMA STATETIP.................................................................................................................. 121
About CDMA StateTip.............................................................................................121
Start CDMA StateTip...............................................................................................122
Change the view......................................................................................................122
Change the handset source...................................................................................122
Change the scanner source...................................................................................123
CDMA TOOLKIT ................................................................................................................... 123
About CDMA Toolkit ...............................................................................................123
Optimize Search Windows.....................................................................................124
About Optimize Search Windows Analysis..................................................124
How the Search Window Analysis works.....................................................125
Configure Settings (Search Windows) ...................................................126
Summary Report (Search Windows).......................................................126
Audit Report (Search Windows)..............................................................126
Details Report (Search Windows) ...........................................................126
Optimize Neighbor Lists.........................................................................................126
About Optimize Neighbor Lists Analysis......................................................127

Configure Settings (Neighbor Lists) .......................................................128


Summary Report (Neighbor Lists)...........................................................128
Audit Report (Neighbor Lists) ..................................................................128
Details Report (Neighbor Lists) ...............................................................128
Evaluate Coverage..................................................................................................129
About Evaluate Coverage Analysis .............................................................129
Using Evaluate Coverage ............................................................................130
Configure Settings (Coverage)...............................................................131
Summary Report (Coverage) ..................................................................131
Evaluate Scenario (Coverage)................................................................132
Optimize Multiple Carriers .....................................................................................132
About Optimize Multiple Carriers Analysis...................................................132
Configure Settings (Multiple Carriers) ....................................................133
Mobile Rx Power Delta Report (Multiple Carriers) ..................................133
Mobile Tx Power Delta Report (Multiple Carriers)...................................133
Mobile Forward FER Delta Report (Multiple Carriers) ............................133
Mobile Tx Gain Adjust Delta Report (Multiple Carriers) ..........................133
Ec/Io Delta Statistics Report (Multiple Carriers)......................................133
Ec Delta Statistics Report (Multiple Carriers)..........................................133
QUERIES ............................................................................................................................... 134
About the Analysis Manager .................................................................................134
About Crosstab Queries.........................................................................................134
About Binned Queries ............................................................................................135
About Filter Queries ...............................................................................................135
About Histogram Queries ......................................................................................135
About Statistic Queries ..........................................................................................136
About Event Queries ..............................................................................................136
Create a Crosstab Query........................................................................................137
Tips for writing Crosstab Queries ................................................................137
Crosstab Query example .............................................................................139
Create a Binned Query ...........................................................................................141
Binned Query example ................................................................................142
Create a Filter Query...............................................................................................143
Filter Query example....................................................................................143
Create a Histogram Query .....................................................................................145
Histogram Query example ...........................................................................145
Create a Statistic Query .........................................................................................147
Statistic Query example ...............................................................................149
Create an Event Query ...........................................................................................151
Event Query example ..................................................................................152
Build and edit expressions ....................................................................................154
Edit an existing query.............................................................................................155
Delete an existing query.........................................................................................155
Import a query .........................................................................................................156
Export a query.........................................................................................................157
Export as Load Time query....................................................................................157
Change the name of a query..................................................................................158
Analysis Manager reference ..................................................................................158
Analysis Manager dialog..............................................................................158
Crosstab Query Wizard................................................................................159
Binned Query Wizard...................................................................................159
Filter Wizard.................................................................................................159
Histogram Wizard ........................................................................................160
Statistic Wizard ............................................................................................161
Query Window Definition .............................................................................161
Filter dialog ..................................................................................................161

Event Query Wizard.....................................................................................162


Expression Builder function reference.................................................................162
log ................................................................................................................162
log10 ............................................................................................................162
abs ...............................................................................................................163
abstime ........................................................................................................163
add ...............................................................................................................163
array_min .....................................................................................................163
array_min_index ..........................................................................................163
array_max ....................................................................................................163
array_max_index .........................................................................................163
array_nth_min ..............................................................................................163
array_nth_max .............................................................................................163
array_mean..................................................................................................164
array_stdev ..................................................................................................164
array_count ..................................................................................................164
state .............................................................................................................164
delta .............................................................................................................164
event_time ...................................................................................................164
event_message............................................................................................164
event_before ................................................................................................164
bin ................................................................................................................165
bin_index......................................................................................................165
divide............................................................................................................165
eval...............................................................................................................165
geoprojectx ..................................................................................................165
geoprojecty ..................................................................................................165
geoinvprojectlon...........................................................................................166
geoinvprojectlat............................................................................................166
get ................................................................................................................166
greater_than.................................................................................................166
greater_than_or_equal.................................................................................166
if ...................................................................................................................166
equals ..........................................................................................................166
is_not_equal.................................................................................................167
less_than......................................................................................................167
less_than_or_equal......................................................................................167
message ......................................................................................................167
row ...............................................................................................................167
mod ..............................................................................................................167
not ................................................................................................................167
or ..................................................................................................................167
and ...............................................................................................................168
power ...........................................................................................................168
prev_message_where..................................................................................168
prev_state ....................................................................................................168
prev_time_where .........................................................................................168
product .........................................................................................................168
round ............................................................................................................168
roundup........................................................................................................169
rounddown ...................................................................................................169
mround.........................................................................................................169
set ................................................................................................................170
sum ..............................................................................................................170
Statistic dialog..............................................................................................170
Binning Settings ...........................................................................................171
The DATE Type ...........................................................................................171
NETWORK IMAGE................................................................................................................ 172
About Network Imaging..........................................................................................172

Create a new network image file ...........................................................................173


Attach an existing network image file ..................................................................173
Batch load data files ...............................................................................................174
GPRS ANALYSIS.................................................................................................................. 175
GPRS Drive Test analysis ......................................................................................175
Map DT files lacking GPS data....................................................................175
Calculating Block Error (BLER) and Block Success Rates................................176
BLER1 method.............................................................................................176
BLER2 method.............................................................................................177
Success Rate method..................................................................................178
Timing ......................................................................................................................179
TimeToResume ...........................................................................................179
TransmissionTime_SinceLastAckNack .......................................................180
TimeToAck...................................................................................................180
Bit Sums...................................................................................................................181
Ack Bit Sum .................................................................................................182
Total Bit Sum ...............................................................................................183
Ack Bit Rate .................................................................................................183
Total Bit Rate ...............................................................................................184
Efficiency......................................................................................................185
Radio Efficiency ...........................................................................................186
Block Repetition ...........................................................................................187
Gb analysis ..............................................................................................................188
About Gb analysis........................................................................................188
Using Gb analysis techniques .....................................................................189
Choose Gb Scenarios..................................................................................190
Examine Gb Load Time Queries .................................................................191
Load Time Queries in each Scenario ..........................................................192
The Protocol Stack Browser ........................................................................194
GPRS Gb application packs ........................................................................195
GPRS Specifications ..............................................................................................196
GPRS Terminology .................................................................................................198
BSN Ranges ................................................................................................198
BVCI.............................................................................................................199
FR ................................................................................................................199
LAC ..............................................................................................................199
LLC...............................................................................................................199
MCC .............................................................................................................199
MM ...............................................................................................................199
MNC .............................................................................................................200
MOD.............................................................................................................200
MTD .............................................................................................................200
NS ................................................................................................................200
NS-VC..........................................................................................................200
PDU..............................................................................................................200
RAC..............................................................................................................200
RAU..............................................................................................................200
SM................................................................................................................200
SNDCP ........................................................................................................200
ATTRIBUTE REFERENCE ................................................................................................... 201
A_Call_Id .....................................................................................................201
A_CauseCode..............................................................................................201
A_Chosen_Channel.....................................................................................201
A_Dir ............................................................................................................201
A_Msg_Type................................................................................................201
A_MTP_Msg_Type ......................................................................................201
A_Old_Cell_CI .............................................................................................201

A_Old_Cell_LAC..........................................................................................201
A_SCCP_Msg_Type....................................................................................201
A_SCCP_RefusalCause ..............................................................................202
A_SCCP_ReleaseCause.............................................................................202
A_SCCP_ReturnCause ...............................................................................202
A_Serving_CI...............................................................................................202
A_Serving_LAC ...........................................................................................202
A_Target_CI.................................................................................................202
A_Target_LAC .............................................................................................202
A_Um_Msg_Group ......................................................................................202
A_Um_Msg_Type ........................................................................................202
A_Um_SAPI.................................................................................................202
Abis_AccessDelay .......................................................................................202
Abis_Activation_Type ..................................................................................203
Abis_Call_Id.................................................................................................203
Abis_CauseCodeRLM .................................................................................203
Abis_CauseValue ........................................................................................203
Abis_ChanRate_Type..................................................................................203
Abis_Dir .......................................................................................................203
Abis_DL_DTX ..............................................................................................203
Abis_EncryptAlgo.........................................................................................203
Abis_HandoverReference............................................................................204
Abis_L3_SAPI..............................................................................................204
Abis_LinkId_ChanType................................................................................204
Abis_MS4BEncryptKey................................................................................204
Abis_Msg_Group .........................................................................................204
Abis_Msg_Type ...........................................................................................204
Abis_PCM_SubTS .......................................................................................205
Abis_PCM_TS .............................................................................................205
Abis_RLM_CauseValue...............................................................................205
Abis_SAPI....................................................................................................205
Abis_SpeechCodingAlgo .............................................................................205
Abis_SpeechDataInd ...................................................................................205
Abis_TEI ......................................................................................................205
Abis_UL_DTX ..............................................................................................206
Abis_Um_Logical_Channel .........................................................................206
Abis_Um_Msg_Group..................................................................................206
Abis_Um_Msg_Type....................................................................................206
Abis_Um_SubTS .........................................................................................208
Abis_Um_TS................................................................................................208
AbnormalRelease ........................................................................................208
Active Set Delay...........................................................................................208
Active/Candidate Set Delay .........................................................................208
Active_Pilots ................................................................................................208
Active_Pilots_Delay_for_PN_xx ..................................................................209
Active_Pilots_EcIo_for_PN_xx ....................................................................209
ActiveDelay_Max1 .......................................................................................209
ActiveDelay_Max2 .......................................................................................209
ActiveDelay_Max3 .......................................................................................209
ActiveEcIo_Max1 .........................................................................................209
ActiveEcIo_Max2 .........................................................................................209
ActiveEcIo_Max3 .........................................................................................209
ActivePN ......................................................................................................209
Aglnt_A_Carrier_DVCC ...............................................................................209
Aglnt_A_Carrier_DVCC_by_ChNum_xx .....................................................209
Aglnt_A_Carrier_Power_by_ChNum ...........................................................210
Aglnt_A_Carrier_To_Lwr_Ratio_by_CarrierCh ...........................................210
Aglnt_A_Carrier_To_Upr_Ratio_by_CarrierCh ...........................................210
Aglnt_A_LowerAdj_C/I_by_Prim_ChNum_xx .............................................210
Aglnt_A_LowerAdj_Chan_Pwr_by_ChNum ................................................210

Aglnt_A_LowerAdj_DVCC ...........................................................................210
Aglnt_A_LowerAdj_DVCC_by_ChNum_xx .................................................210
Aglnt_A_LowerAdj_Power ...........................................................................210
Aglnt_A_LowerAdj_Pwr_by_Prim_ChNum_xx............................................210
Aglnt_A_Primary_Chan_Freq......................................................................210
Aglnt_A_Primary_Chan_Num......................................................................210
Aglnt_A_Primary_Chan_Power ...................................................................210
Aglnt_A_Primary_Chan_Power_by_ChNum_xx .........................................211
Aglnt_A_UpperAdj_C/I.................................................................................211
Aglnt_A_UpperAdj_C/I_by_Prim_ChNum_xx .............................................211
Aglnt_A_UpperAdj_Chan_Pwr_by_ChNum ................................................211
Aglnt_A_UpperAdj_DVCC ...........................................................................211
Aglnt_A_UpperAdj_DVCC_by_ChNum_xx .................................................211
Aglnt_A_UpperAdj_Pwr ...............................................................................211
Aglnt_A_UpperAdj_Pwr_by_Prim_ChNum_xx............................................211
Aglnt_Access_Probe_Timestamp................................................................211
Aglnt_AccessTime .......................................................................................211
Aglnt_After_HO_BER ..................................................................................211
Aglnt_After_HO_Channel ............................................................................211
Aglnt_After_HO_ColorCode ........................................................................212
Aglnt_After_HO_DeltaRSSI.........................................................................212
Aglnt_After_HO_MAC..................................................................................212
Aglnt_After_HO_RF_Mode..........................................................................212
Aglnt_After_HO_RSSI .................................................................................212
Aglnt_After_HO_Timeslot ............................................................................212
Aglnt_After_HO_TimingAdvance.................................................................212
Aglnt_After_Reslctn_BER............................................................................212
Aglnt_After_Reslctn_Channel......................................................................212
Aglnt_After_Reslctn_ColorCode..................................................................212
Aglnt_After_Reslctn_DeltaRssi....................................................................212
Aglnt_After_Reslctn_MAC ...........................................................................212
Aglnt_After_Reslctn_RF_Mode ...................................................................213
Aglnt_After_Reslctn_RSSI...........................................................................213
Aglnt_After_Reslctn_Timeslot .....................................................................213
Aglnt_After_Reslctn_TimingAdvance ..........................................................213
Aglnt_B_Carrier_DVCC ...............................................................................213
Aglnt_B_Carrier_DVCC_by_ChNum_xx .....................................................213
Aglnt_B_Carrier_Power_by_ChNum ...........................................................213
Aglnt_B_Carrier_To_Lwr_Ratio_by_CarrierCh ...........................................213
Aglnt_B_Carrier_To_Upr_Ratio_by_CarrierCh ...........................................213
Aglnt_B_LowerAdj_C/I.................................................................................213
Aglnt_B_LowerAdj_C/I_by_Prim_ChNum_xx .............................................213
Aglnt_B_LowerAdj_Chan_Pwr_by_ChNum ................................................213
Aglnt_B_LowerAdj_DVCC ...........................................................................214
Aglnt_B_LowerAdj_DVCC_by_ChNum_xx .................................................214
Aglnt_B_LowerAdj_Pwr ...............................................................................214
Aglnt_B_LowerAdj_Pwr_by_Prim_ChNum_xx............................................214
Aglnt_B_Primary_Chan_Freq......................................................................214
Aglnt_B_Primary_Chan_Num......................................................................214
Aglnt_B_Primary_Chan_Power ...................................................................214
Aglnt_B_Primary_Chan_Power_by_ChNum_xx .........................................214
Aglnt_B_UpperAdj_C/I.................................................................................214
Aglnt_B_UpperAdj_C/I_by_Prim_ChNum_xx .............................................214
Aglnt_B_UpperAdj_Chan_Pwr_by_ChNum ................................................214
Aglnt_B_UpperAdj_DVCC ...........................................................................214
Aglnt_B_UpperAdj_DVCC_by_ChNum_xx .................................................215
Aglnt_B_UpperAdj_Pwr_by_Prim_ChNum_xx............................................215
Aglnt_BCH_List_BER_by_ChNum ..............................................................215
Aglnt_BCH_List_BSIC_by_ChNum .............................................................215
Aglnt_BCH_List_Pwr_by_ChNum ...............................................................215

Aglnt_BCH_TopN_BER_by_ChNum...........................................................215
Aglnt_BCH_TopN_BSIC_by_ChNum..........................................................215
Aglnt_BCH_TopN_Pwr_by_ChNum ............................................................215
Aglnt_Before_HO_BER ...............................................................................215
Aglnt_Before_HO_Channel .........................................................................215
Aglnt_Before_HO_ColorCode .....................................................................215
Aglnt_Before_HO_DeltaRSSI......................................................................215
Aglnt_Before_HO_MAC...............................................................................216
Aglnt_Before_HO_RF_Mode.......................................................................216
Aglnt_Before_HO_RSSI ..............................................................................216
Aglnt_Before_HO_Timeslot .........................................................................216
Aglnt_Before_HO_TimingAdvance..............................................................216
Aglnt_Before_Reslctn_BER.........................................................................216
Aglnt_Before_Reslctn_Channel...................................................................216
Aglnt_Before_Reslctn_ColorCode...............................................................216
Aglnt_Before_Reslctn_DeltaRssi.................................................................216
Aglnt_Before_Reslctn_MAC ........................................................................216
Aglnt_Before_Reslctn_RF_Mode ................................................................216
Aglnt_Before_Reslctn_RSSI........................................................................216
Aglnt_Before_Reslctn_Timeslot ..................................................................217
Aglnt_Before_Reslctn_TimingAdvance .......................................................217
Aglnt_BER ...................................................................................................217
Aglnt_BER ...................................................................................................217
Aglnt_Best_MAHO_RSSI ............................................................................217
Aglnt_BestMAHO_Chan ..............................................................................217
Aglnt_Block_Rate ........................................................................................217
Aglnt_CallsRemaining..................................................................................217
Aglnt_CDMA_Phone_State .........................................................................217
Aglnt_Ch_List_Chan ....................................................................................217
Aglnt_Ch_List_DVCC ..................................................................................218
Aglnt_Ch_List_DVCC_by_ChNum ..............................................................218
Aglnt_Ch_List_Power ..................................................................................218
Aglnt_Ch_List_Power_by_ChNum ..............................................................218
Aglnt_ChanPwrAll_Start_Chan....................................................................218
Aglnt_ChPower ............................................................................................218
Aglnt_CMAC ................................................................................................218
Aglnt_ConnectTime .....................................................................................218
Aglnt_DCC ...................................................................................................218
Aglnt_DMAC ................................................................................................218
Aglnt_Dom_ErrorCode_by_ChNum ............................................................218
Aglnt_Dom_PrimPwr/Fading_by_ChNum ...................................................218
Aglnt_Dom_PrimPwr/Residual_by_Ch_Num ..............................................219
Aglnt_Dom_PrimPwr_by_ChNum ...............................................................219
Aglnt_Dom_TotPwr_by_ChNum..................................................................219
Aglnt_Dominant_Chan_BSIC_by_Chan_Num ............................................219
Aglnt_Dominant_Chan_Freq .......................................................................219
Aglnt_Dominant_Chan_Num .......................................................................219
Aglnt_Drop_Rate .........................................................................................219
Aglnt_Dropped_Access_Messages.............................................................219
Aglnt_Dropped_Forward_Traffic_Messages ...............................................219
Aglnt_Dropped_Paging_Messages .............................................................219
Aglnt_Dropped_Reverse_Traffic_Messages...............................................219
Aglnt_Dropped_Sync_Messages ................................................................219
Aglnt_DVCC.................................................................................................220
Aglnt_FER....................................................................................................220
Aglnt_FFT ....................................................................................................220
Aglnt_Finger_ChipDelay_by_PN .................................................................220
Aglnt_Finger_EcIo_by_PN ..........................................................................220
Aglnt_Finger_ID_by_PN ..............................................................................220
Aglnt_FM_Data ............................................................................................220

Aglnt_Freq_Hop_List ...................................................................................220
Aglnt_GSM_PhoneState..............................................................................220
Aglnt_GSM_TxPower ..................................................................................220
Aglnt_Handover_Data..................................................................................221
Aglnt_IS_136_Timing_Advance ..................................................................221
Aglnt_IS136_BER ........................................................................................221
Aglnt_IS136_PhoneCarrier..........................................................................221
Aglnt_IS136_RSSI .......................................................................................221
Aglnt_IS136_ServChan ...............................................................................221
Aglnt_List_Channel_xx ................................................................................221
Aglnt_List_DVCC_byChNum_xx .................................................................221
Aglnt_List_DVCC_xx ...................................................................................221
Aglnt_List_Power_by_ChNum_xx ...............................................................221
Aglnt_List_Power_xx ...................................................................................221
Aglnt_LowerAdj_C/I .....................................................................................221
Aglnt_MAC...................................................................................................222
Aglnt_Nbor_SigLvl_by_Channel_xx ............................................................222
Aglnt_Nbor_SigLvl_xx..................................................................................222
Aglnt_NborARFCN.......................................................................................222
Aglnt_NborBCCH.........................................................................................222
Aglnt_NborBSIC...........................................................................................222
Aglnt_NborRxLev.........................................................................................222
Aglnt_Phone_State ......................................................................................222
Aglnt_PhoneStatus ......................................................................................222
Aglnt_RedialInterval.....................................................................................222
Aglnt_Rev_Frame_Rate ..............................................................................222
Aglnt_RSSI ..................................................................................................222
Aglnt_Rx_Level............................................................................................223
Aglnt_Rx_Vocoder_Rate .............................................................................223
Aglnt_RxLevSub ..........................................................................................223
Aglnt_RxQual...............................................................................................223
Aglnt_RxQualSub ........................................................................................223
Aglnt_SAT....................................................................................................223
Aglnt_Searcher_Center ...............................................................................223
Aglnt_Searcher_Data...................................................................................223
Aglnt_Searcher_PN .....................................................................................223
Aglnt_Serv_TCH ..........................................................................................223
Aglnt_ServBCCH .........................................................................................223
Aglnt_ServBSIC ...........................................................................................223
Aglnt_ServChannel ......................................................................................224
Aglnt_ServCI................................................................................................224
Aglnt_ServLAC ............................................................................................224
Aglnt_ServMCC ...........................................................................................224
Aglnt_ServMNC ...........................................................................................224
Aglnt_Sub_ErrorCode_by_ChNum..............................................................224
Aglnt_Sub_PrimPwr/fading_by_ChNum......................................................224
Aglnt_Sub_PrimPwr_by_ChNum.................................................................224
Aglnt_Sub_TotPwr_by_ChNum...................................................................224
Aglnt_Subordinate_BSIC_by_ChNum.........................................................224
Aglnt_SymbolSpread_Error_Code ..............................................................224
Aglnt_SymbolSpread_Zero_by_ChNum......................................................224
Aglnt_SymbolSpread+n_by_ChNum...........................................................225
Aglnt_TA_Searcher......................................................................................225
Aglnt_TDMA_Phone_State..........................................................................225
Aglnt_Time_Slot...........................................................................................225
Aglnt_Timing_Advance ................................................................................225
Aglnt_Top_N_Channel_xx...........................................................................225
Aglnt_Top_N_DVCC_xx ..............................................................................225
Aglnt_Top_N_Power_xx ..............................................................................225
Aglnt_Total_Access_Messages...................................................................225

Aglnt_Total_Attempted_Handovers.............................................................225
Aglnt_Total_Failed_Handovers ...................................................................225
Aglnt_Total_Forward_Traffic_Messages .....................................................225
Aglnt_Total_Messages ................................................................................226
Aglnt_Total_Paging_Messages ...................................................................226
Aglnt_Total_Reverse_Traffic_Messages.....................................................226
Aglnt_Total_Sync_Messages ......................................................................226
Aglnt_TotalAttempted ..................................................................................226
Aglnt_TotalBlocked ......................................................................................226
Aglnt_TotalDropped .....................................................................................226
Aglnt_TotPwr_C/I_by_ChNum.....................................................................226
Aglnt_Tx_Level ............................................................................................226
Aglnt_Tx_Vocoder_Rate..............................................................................226
Aglnt_TxPower.............................................................................................226
Aglnt_UpperAdj_C/I .....................................................................................226
Aglnt_User_Alarm........................................................................................227
Aglnt_VMAC ................................................................................................227
Aglnt_Vocoder_Error ...................................................................................227
AIM_BER .....................................................................................................227
AIM_RSSI ....................................................................................................227
AIM_TimingAlignment..................................................................................227
AIM_TxPowerLevelActual............................................................................227
Alert..............................................................................................................227
AlgoCode .....................................................................................................227
Analog_MIN1 ...............................................................................................227
Analog_MIN2 ...............................................................................................227
AnalogHandoff .............................................................................................227
Analogue_Voice_Channel_Assigned ..........................................................228
ARCH_DTC_Time_Alignment .....................................................................228
Ascom_IntraCellHandoverComplete ...........................................................228
Ascom_IntraCellHandoverFailure................................................................228
Ascom_LocationUpdateAccept....................................................................228
Ascom_LocationUpdateReject ....................................................................228
AscomCellIdNew..........................................................................................228
AscomCellIdOld ...........................................................................................228
AscomHandoverMarker ...............................................................................228
AscomLACNew............................................................................................228
AscomLACOld .............................................................................................228
AscomMasterAudioGain ..............................................................................229
AscomMasterCallMarker .............................................................................229
AscomMasterCorrelationCoeff.....................................................................229
AscomMasterEchoAmplitude.......................................................................229
AscomMasterEchoDelay .............................................................................229
AscomMasterIntLink ....................................................................................229
AscomMasterIntPace...................................................................................229
AscomMasterIntQuality................................................................................230
AscomMasterLink ........................................................................................230
AscomMasterNeuralNet_xx .........................................................................230
AscomMasterPACE .....................................................................................230
AscomMasterPingPong ...............................................................................230
AscomMasterQuality....................................................................................230
AscomMasterQualityIndex...........................................................................230
AscomMasterRobotVoice ............................................................................230
AscomMasterSilence ...................................................................................231
AscomMOC_Break ......................................................................................231
AscomMOC_CallError .................................................................................231
AscomMOC_Connect ..................................................................................231
AscomMOC_ConnectFail ............................................................................231
AscomMOC_Dial .........................................................................................231
AscomMOC_Disconnect..............................................................................231

AscomMOC_Release ..................................................................................231
AscomMOC_ReleaseError ..........................................................................232
AscomMOC_Setup ......................................................................................232
AscomMOC_SystemRelease ......................................................................232
AscomMOC_UserRelease...........................................................................232
AscomMTC_Break.......................................................................................232
AscomMTC_CallError ..................................................................................232
AscomMTC_Connect...................................................................................232
AscomMTC_ConnectFail .............................................................................233
AscomMTC_Dial ..........................................................................................233
AscomMTC_Disconnect ..............................................................................233
AscomMTC_Release ...................................................................................233
AscomMTC_ReleaseError...........................................................................233
AscomMTC_Setup.......................................................................................233
AscomMTC_SystemRelease.......................................................................233
AscomMTC_UserRelease ...........................................................................233
AscomSlaveAudioGain ................................................................................234
AscomSlaveCallMarker................................................................................234
AscomSlaveCorrelationCoeff.......................................................................234
AscomSlaveEchoAmplitude.........................................................................234
AscomSlaveEchoDelay................................................................................234
AscomSlaveIntLink ......................................................................................234
AscomSlaveIntPace.....................................................................................234
AscomSlaveIntQuality..................................................................................234
AscomSlaveLink ..........................................................................................235
AscomSlaveNeuralNet_xx ...........................................................................235
AscomSlavePACE .......................................................................................235
AscomSlavePingPong .................................................................................235
AscomSlaveQuality......................................................................................235
AscomSlaveQualityIndex.............................................................................235
AscomSlaveRobotVoice ..............................................................................235
AscomSlaveSilence .....................................................................................235
AudioChannel ..............................................................................................235
AuthenticationSRES ....................................................................................236
AutoCallBetweenCalls .................................................................................236
AutoCallCallType .........................................................................................236
AutoCallConnectTime ..................................................................................236
AutoCallCurInnerLoops ...............................................................................236
AutoCallCurOuterLoops...............................................................................236
AutoCallDialledNum.....................................................................................236
AutoCallElement ..........................................................................................236
AutoCallLastResult ......................................................................................236
AutoCallMode ..............................................................................................236
AutoCallTimer ..............................................................................................236
AutoCallTotalInnerLoops .............................................................................237
AutoCallTotalOuterLoops ............................................................................237
AutoCallWaitConnect...................................................................................237
BeforeFirstCall .............................................................................................237
BERFVC ......................................................................................................237
BERRVC ......................................................................................................237
Best Pilot Ec/Io Stats ...................................................................................237
Best_EcIo_Active_Set_xx............................................................................237
Best_EcIo_Cand_Set_xx.............................................................................237
Best_EcIo_Neigh_Set_xx ............................................................................237
BestMaho_Channel .....................................................................................237
BestMaho_RSSI ..........................................................................................238
Binding_ID ...................................................................................................238
BlankFramesReceived.................................................................................238
Block_Length ...............................................................................................238
BQRVC ........................................................................................................238

BSIC.............................................................................................................238
CalibHyperband_by_Channel_xx ................................................................238
CalibRSSI_by_Channel_xx .........................................................................238
CalibVal_1900_in_FreqScanIndi .................................................................238
CalibVal_800_in_FreqScanIndi ...................................................................238
Call Details...................................................................................................238
Call_AntennaFace .......................................................................................239
Call_CellTrunkGroup ...................................................................................239
Call_CellTrunkMember ................................................................................239
Call_Completed ...........................................................................................239
Call_Completed_Normally ...........................................................................239
Call_DigitalSwitch ........................................................................................239
Call_Drop .....................................................................................................240
Call_Dropped ...............................................................................................240
Call_LogicalServerGroup.............................................................................240
Call_RadioChannel ......................................................................................240
Call_RadioNumber.......................................................................................240
Call_Release................................................................................................240
Call_Setup ...................................................................................................240
Call_Setup_Fail............................................................................................241
CallCompleted .............................................................................................241
CallDropped .................................................................................................241
CalledPartyNumber......................................................................................241
CallIsIncoming .............................................................................................241
CallSetupTime .............................................................................................241
CallSetupTime_MSOrig ...............................................................................241
CallStartTime ...............................................................................................241
Candidate Set Delay ....................................................................................241
Candidate_Pilots_Delay_for_PN .................................................................242
Candidate_Pilots_EcIo_for_PN_xx..............................................................242
CandidateDelay_Max1.................................................................................242
CandidateDelay_Max2.................................................................................242
CandidateDelay_Max3.................................................................................242
CandidateEcIo_Max1...................................................................................242
CandidateEcIo_Max2...................................................................................242
CandidateEcIo_Max3...................................................................................242
CandidatePN................................................................................................242
CapiTapiDeviceSelector ..............................................................................242
Carrier ..........................................................................................................243
Carrier_Drift .................................................................................................243
Carrier_state ................................................................................................243
CauseCodeA................................................................................................243
CauseCodeCC.............................................................................................243
CauseCodeMM ............................................................................................245
CauseCodeRR.............................................................................................246
CDMA_CallId ...............................................................................................246
CDMA_CallType ..........................................................................................247
CDMA_HDM_Seq........................................................................................247
CDMA_Message_Type................................................................................247
CDMA_MIN1................................................................................................253
CDMA_MIN2................................................................................................253
CDMA_Msg_Seq_Hard_Included................................................................253
CDMA2AMPS_HandoffFail..........................................................................253
CDMA2AMPS_HandoffOk...........................................................................253
CDMAChannelModeChange .......................................................................253
Cell_Reselection_Ok ...................................................................................253
CellBAList_xx...............................................................................................253
CellBarAccess..............................................................................................254
CellBarQualifier............................................................................................254
CellCAList_xx...............................................................................................254

CellDtxUsage ...............................................................................................254
CellEmergencyAllowed ................................................................................254
CellFCS_xx ..................................................................................................254
CellMAList_xx ..............................................................................................254
CellMaxRetransmissions .............................................................................254
CellMsTxPowerMaxCCH .............................................................................254
CellNCCPermitted_xx ..................................................................................255
CellNumInBAList..........................................................................................255
CellNumInCAList..........................................................................................255
CellNumInFCS .............................................................................................255
CellNumInMAList .........................................................................................255
CellNumInNCCPermitted.............................................................................255
CellPenaltyTime...........................................................................................255
CellPN_Primary ...........................................................................................255
CellPN_Quaternary......................................................................................255
CellPN_Quinary ...........................................................................................255
CellPN_Secondary.......................................................................................256
CellPN_Senary ............................................................................................256
CellPN_Tertiary............................................................................................256
CellPowerControl .........................................................................................256
CellRadioLinkTimeoutMax...........................................................................256
CellReestablishmentAllowed .......................................................................256
CellReselectHyst..........................................................................................256
CellReselectOffset .......................................................................................256
CellRxLevAccessMin ...................................................................................256
CellSending..................................................................................................256
CellTemporaryOffset....................................................................................257
CellTxInteger................................................................................................257
Channel........................................................................................................257
Channel Mode..............................................................................................257
ChannelMode...............................................................................................257
ChannelState ...............................................................................................257
Chosen_Integrity_Protection_Algorithm ......................................................257
Class_Code .................................................................................................258
ClearCallMode .............................................................................................258
ClientServerMode ........................................................................................258
CMAC ..........................................................................................................258
CMAX...........................................................................................................258
CMServiceType ...........................................................................................258
CN_Domain .................................................................................................258
Comarco_1stDTMFComponent_Freq .........................................................258
Comarco_1stDTMFComponent_Mag..........................................................258
Comarco_1stSigComponent_Freq ..............................................................258
Comarco_1stSigComponent_Mag...............................................................258
Comarco_2ndDTMFComponent_Freq ........................................................259
Comarco_2ndDTMFComponent_Mag.........................................................259
Comarco_2ndSigComponent_Freq .............................................................259
Comarco_2ndSigComponent_Mag .............................................................259
Comarco_BadFrames..................................................................................259
Comarco_BestServA_AvgRSSI_By_Rank_xx ............................................259
Comarco_BestServA_Ch_by_Rank_xx.......................................................259
Comarco_BestServA_CMAC_By_Rank_xx ................................................259
Comarco_BestServA_DCC_by_Rank_xx ...................................................259
Comarco_BestServA_MaxRSSI_By_Rank_xx............................................259
Comarco_BestServA_MinRSSI_By_Rank_xx.............................................259
Comarco_BestServA_SDCC1_By_Rank_xx...............................................260
Comarco_BestServA_SDCC2_By_Rank_xx...............................................260
Comarco_BestServA_SysId_By_Rank_xx ..................................................260
Comarco_BestServB_AvgRSSI_By_Rank_xx ............................................260
Comarco_BestServB_Ch_By_Rank_xx ......................................................260

Comarco_BestServB_CMAC_By_Rank_xx ................................................260
Comarco_BestServB_DCC_By_Rank_xx ...................................................260
Comarco_BestServB_MaxRSSI_By_Rank_xx............................................260
Comarco_BestServB_MinRSSI_By_Rank_xx.............................................260
Comarco_BestServB_SDCC1_By_Rank_xx...............................................260
Comarco_BestServB_SDCC2_By_Rank_xx...............................................260
Comarco_BestServB_SysId_By_Rank_xx ..................................................260
Comarco_CallCompleted.............................................................................261
Comarco_CallDropped ................................................................................261
Comarco_CallProcessingMode ...................................................................261
Comarco_CallState......................................................................................261
Comarco_CallStateAMPS ...........................................................................261
Comarco_CallStateCDMA ...........................................................................261
Comarco_CarrierType .................................................................................261
Comarco_DSP_Count .................................................................................262
Comarco_DTMF_DSP_Count .....................................................................262
Comarco_DTMF_RMS_Noise .....................................................................262
Comarco_DTMF_SINAD .............................................................................262
Comarco_HandoffAmpsToCDMA................................................................262
Comarco_HandoffAmpsToTDMA ................................................................262
Comarco_HandoffCDMAToAMPS...............................................................262
Comarco_HandoffFail ..................................................................................262
Comarco_HandoffOk ...................................................................................262
Comarco_HandoffTDMAToAMPS ...............................................................262
Comarco_iDEN_Carrier_Number ................................................................262
Comarco_iDEN_Channel Type ...................................................................262
Comarco_iDEN_CI ......................................................................................263
Comarco_iDEN_Color_Code.......................................................................263
Comarco_iDEN_Interleave ..........................................................................263
Comarco_iDEN_LAC ...................................................................................263
Comarco_iDEN_MCC..................................................................................263
Comarco_iDEN_MobileTxPowerActual .......................................................263
Comarco_iDEN_NDC ..................................................................................263
Comarco_iDEN_Offset ................................................................................263
Comarco_IncomingCallFail..........................................................................263
Comarco_IncomingCallOK ..........................................................................264
Comarco_NeighborListWarning...................................................................264
Comarco_NES_CallCompleted ...................................................................264
Comarco_NES_CallDropped.......................................................................264
Comarco_NES_CallDuration .......................................................................264
Comarco_NES_CallEndTime ......................................................................264
Comarco_NES_CallID .................................................................................264
Comarco_NES_CallStartTime .....................................................................264
Comarco_NES_CallTerminationCode .........................................................264
Comarco_NES_CallTerminationData ..........................................................264
Comarco_NES_IncomingCallFail ................................................................265
Comarco_NES_IncomingCallOk .................................................................265
Comarco_NES_OriginatingSST ..................................................................265
Comarco_NES_OutgoingCallFail ................................................................265
Comarco_NES_OutgoingCallOk .................................................................265
Comarco_NES_RetryResend......................................................................265
Comarco_OtherData....................................................................................265
Comarco_OutgoingCallFail..........................................................................265
Comarco_OutgoingCallOK ..........................................................................265
Comarco_PhoneState..................................................................................265
Comarco_RequestFromAnswerComputer...................................................266
Comarco_RMS_Noise .................................................................................266
Comarco_Scan_Best_CChA_RSSI_xx .......................................................266
Comarco_Scan_Best_CChA_xx..................................................................266
Comarco_Scan_Best_CChB_RSSI_xx .......................................................266

Comarco_Scan_Best_CChB_xx..................................................................266
Comarco_Scan_CCh_A_RSSI_AVG ..........................................................266
Comarco_Scan_CCh_A_xx.........................................................................267
Comarco_Scan_CCh_B...............................................................................267
Comarco_Scan_CCh_B_RSSI_AVG ..........................................................267
Comarco_Scan_CCh_Num_Readings ........................................................267
Comarco_Scan_Ch_Group_RSSI_xx .........................................................267
Comarco_Scan_Ch_Group_SAT_xx...........................................................267
Comarco_Scan_GSM_ARFCN_by_Rank_xx .............................................267
Comarco_Scan_GSM_RSSI_by_ARFCN_xx .............................................267
Comarco_Scan_R1_by_Old_Ch_xx............................................................267
Comarco_Scan_R2_by_Old_Ch_xx............................................................268
Comarco_Scan_R3_by_Old_Ch_xx............................................................268
Comarco_Scan_R4_by_Old_Ch_xx............................................................268
Comarco_Scan_R5_by_Old_Ch_xx............................................................268
Comarco_Scan_RSSI_All_Ch_xx ...............................................................268
Comarco_Scan_RSSI_by_AdjCh_xx ..........................................................268
Comarco_Scan_RSSI_by_CoCh_xx ...........................................................268
Comarco_Scan_RSSI_by_CurCh_xx..........................................................268
Comarco_Scan_RSSI_CCh_A_xx ..............................................................268
Comarco_Scan_RSSI_CCh_B_xx ..............................................................268
Comarco_Scan_SAT_by_CoCh_xx ............................................................269
Comarco_Scan_SAT_by_CurCh_xx ...........................................................269
Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_Ch .................................................................269
Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_CMC .............................................................269
Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_DCC..............................................................269
Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_PCI_Dig_Cap ...............................................269
Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_Rank .............................................................269
Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_RSSI_Avg .....................................................269
Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_RSSI_Max ....................................................269
Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_RSSI_Min .....................................................269
Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_SDCC1 .........................................................270
Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_SDCC2 .........................................................270
Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_Sys_Id...........................................................270
Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_WOFM ..........................................................270
Comarco_Scan_Sn_by_Old_Ch..................................................................270
Comarco_SINAD .........................................................................................270
Comarco_System_ID...................................................................................270
Comarco_TestState .....................................................................................270
Comarco_ToneState....................................................................................270
Comarco_WeakPilotWarning.......................................................................270
ComPort.......................................................................................................271
Connect_Call ...............................................................................................271
ControlChannel_DELAY ..............................................................................271
ControlChannel_HyperBand........................................................................271
ControlChannel_InitialSelectionControl .......................................................271
ControlChannel_SCANINTERVAL ..............................................................271
ControlChannel_ScanningOptionIndicator ..................................................271
CU_ID ..........................................................................................................271
Cummulative_Cell_Reselection_OK............................................................271
Cummulative_Handoff_Fail .........................................................................271
Cummulative_Handoff_OK ..........................................................................272
Cummulative_Repeated_Cell_Reselection .................................................272
CurState.......................................................................................................272
CurStateCode ..............................................................................................272
D_CMCE_PDU_Type ..................................................................................272
D_MM_PDU_Type.......................................................................................272
DataAcqChannel..........................................................................................272
DataAge .......................................................................................................272
Dedicated_DCC_DVCC_SAT......................................................................272

Dedicated_DMAC ........................................................................................272
Dedicated_MRLQ ........................................................................................272
Dedicated_TA ..............................................................................................273
Dedicated_TS ..............................................................................................273
DedicatedCell_BER .....................................................................................273
DedicatedCell_BER_by_Channel_xx ..........................................................273
DedicatedCell_Channel ...............................................................................273
DedicatedCell_Hyperband...........................................................................273
DedicatedCell_SignalStrength.....................................................................273
DedicatedCell_SignalStrength_by_Channel_xx..........................................273
DedicatedError_FACCH ..............................................................................274
DedicatedError_Freq ...................................................................................274
DedicatedError_UCH ...................................................................................274
Delay_1_Max ...............................................................................................274
Delay_for_PN_XX........................................................................................274
Delay_Spread_for_PN_xx ...........................................................................274
Delay_Threshold..........................................................................................274
Delivery_Order.............................................................................................274
Device_Msg_Code.......................................................................................274
Device_Msg_Group .....................................................................................275
DeviceControlPhoneNumber .......................................................................275
DeviceDataPhoneNumber ...........................................................................275
DeviceFaxPhoneNumber.............................................................................275
DeviceIndex .................................................................................................275
DeviceNetworkType.....................................................................................275
DevicePortType ...........................................................................................275
DeviceSerialNumber ....................................................................................275
DeviceSubType............................................................................................275
DeviceType ..................................................................................................275
DeviceVoicePhoneNumber..........................................................................275
Digital_Voice_Channel_Assigned................................................................275
Direction.......................................................................................................276
Distance .......................................................................................................276
DL_LLC_NumOfRepeatedFrames4TimePeriod..........................................276
DL_LLC_RetransmittedFrameRate .............................................................276
DL_LLC_ThroPut .........................................................................................276
DL_LLC_ThroPut1 .......................................................................................276
DL_LLC_ThroPut2 .......................................................................................276
DL_LLC_TotalFramesTransmitted ..............................................................276
DL_LLC_TotalNumOfFrames4TimePeriod .................................................276
DL_RLC_NumOfRepeatedFrames4TimePeriod .........................................276
DL_RLC_RetransmittedBlkRate ..................................................................276
DL_RLC_ThroPut ........................................................................................276
DL_RLC_ThroPut1 ......................................................................................277
DL_RLC_ThroPut2 ......................................................................................277
DL_RLC_TotalBlksTransmitted ...................................................................277
DL_RLC_TotalNumOfFrames4TimePeriod.................................................277
DMAC ..........................................................................................................277
Dropped_Call_alarm ....................................................................................277
DT_Call_Id ...................................................................................................277
DualModeCallProgress ................................................................................277
DVCC ...........................................................................................................277
E_BCCH_RCI ..............................................................................................277
EbNo_1stBest ..............................................................................................277
EbNo_2ndBest.............................................................................................278
EbNo_3rdBest..............................................................................................278
EbNo_4thBest..............................................................................................278
EbNo_5thBest..............................................................................................278
EbNo_6thBest..............................................................................................278
Ec_for_Nth_Best_Pilot_xx ...........................................................................278

Ec_for_PN_xx ..............................................................................................278
Ec_xx ...........................................................................................................278
EcIo_1stBest................................................................................................278
EcIo_2ndBest...............................................................................................278
EcIo_3rdBest ...............................................................................................279
EcIo_All_Pilots_xx .......................................................................................279
EcIo_Combined ...........................................................................................279
EcIo_for_Nth_Best_Pilot_xx ........................................................................279
EcIo_for_PN_xx ...........................................................................................279
EcIo_Max .....................................................................................................279
EcIo_Pilot_Tone_xx .....................................................................................279
EcIo_Spread_for_PN_xx .............................................................................279
EcIo_Threshold_Pilot_Scan ........................................................................279
EcIo_Threshold_Temporal_Scan ................................................................280
EcIo_Top_N_Pilots_xx.................................................................................280
EcIo_Zoomed_Pilots_xx ..............................................................................280
Encryption_Algorithm...................................................................................280
End Indication ..............................................................................................280
EntryReason ................................................................................................280
Ericsson_Mtr_NborBCC_xx.........................................................................280
Ericsson_Mtr_NborBCCH_xx ......................................................................280
Ericsson_Mtr_NborBSIC_xx ........................................................................280
Ericsson_Mtr_NborCellIdValid_xx ...............................................................280
Ericsson_Mtr_NborNCC_xx.........................................................................281
Ericsson_Mtr_SCCDCause .........................................................................281
Ericsson_Mtr_TerrestrialResourceFailureCause.........................................281
EricssonMtr_AssignmentCause...................................................................281
EricssonMtr_BCCHAll..................................................................................281
EricssonMtr_BlockingCause........................................................................281
EricssonMtr_CCExec...................................................................................281
EricssonMtr_CnRef......................................................................................281
EricssonMtr_ConnId ....................................................................................281
EricssonMtr_CseCd .....................................................................................281
EricssonMtr_DisconnectCause....................................................................281
EricssonMtr_GenCnt....................................................................................281
EricssonMtr_InfoStatus................................................................................282
EricssonMtr_InfoType ..................................................................................282
EricssonMtr_IntraCellHandoverReason ......................................................282
EricssonMtr_LocVal .....................................................................................282
EricssonMtr_MtrResNo................................................................................282
EricssonMtr_SCCPCause ...........................................................................282
EricssonMtr_sequenceNo............................................................................282
EricssonMtr_ServingCellInfoValid ...............................................................282
EricssonMtr_TargetCellInfoValid .................................................................282
EricssonMtr_TrafficFunctionFailureCause...................................................282
Err_SDU_Delivery........................................................................................282
ESN..............................................................................................................282
EventAssignmentFail ...................................................................................283
EventAssignmentOK....................................................................................283
EventCallCompleted ....................................................................................283
EventCallDropped........................................................................................283
EventCode ...................................................................................................283
EventDoneLoops .........................................................................................283
EventHandoverFail ......................................................................................283
EventHandoverOK .......................................................................................284
EventIncomingCallOk ..................................................................................284
EventIncomingCallSetupFail........................................................................284
EventLineDropped .......................................................................................284
EventLocationUpdateOK .............................................................................284
EventOutgoingCallOk ..................................................................................284

EventOutgoingCallSetupFail........................................................................284
EventResultCode .........................................................................................285
EventStopFailure .........................................................................................285
EventStreamStart.........................................................................................285
EventSwitchAssignmentFail ........................................................................285
EventSwitchAssignmentOk..........................................................................285
EventSwitchCallCompleted .........................................................................285
EventSwitchCallDropped .............................................................................285
EventSwitchHandoverFail............................................................................285
EventSwitchHandoverOK ............................................................................285
EventSwitchIncomingCallOK .......................................................................285
EventSwitchIncomingCallSetupFail .............................................................285
EventSwitchInterBSCHandoverFail .............................................................286
EventSwitchInterBSCHandoverFailDuringAssignment ...............................286
EventSwitchInterBSCHandoverOK..............................................................286
EventSwitchInterBSCHandoverOKDuringAssignment ................................286
EventSwitchIntraBSCInterCellHandoverFail ...............................................286
EventSwitchIntraBSCInterCellHandoverFailDuringAssignment..................286
EventSwitchIntraBSCInterCellHandoverOK ................................................286
EventSwitchIntraBSCInterCellHandoverOKDuringAssignment ..................286
EventSwitchIntraCellHandoverFail ..............................................................286
EventSwitchIntraCellHandoverOK...............................................................286
EventSwitchOutgoingCallOK .......................................................................286
EventSwitchOutgoingCallSetupFail .............................................................286
EventUserStop.............................................................................................287
F_BCCH_OLC .............................................................................................287
FACCH BER Level.......................................................................................287
FACCH RSSI ...............................................................................................287
FACCH_CurBER_Level...............................................................................287
FACCH_CurBER_Level_by_Channel_xx....................................................287
FACCH_CurChannel ...................................................................................287
FACCH_CurMaximumBER..........................................................................287
FACCH_CurMinimumBER...........................................................................287
FACCH_CurRSSI_by_Channel_xx .............................................................287
FACCH_DTC_Handoff_Time_Alignment ....................................................287
FACCH_Handoff_ATS .................................................................................288
FACCH_Handoff_BSMC_Change_Indicator...............................................288
FACCH_Handoff_DTX_Control ...................................................................288
FACCH_Handoff_PV ...................................................................................288
FACCH_Handoff_ShortenedBurstIndicator .................................................288
FACCH_Handoff_SOC_Change_Indicator..................................................288
FACCH_Handoff_Time_Alignment..............................................................288
FACCH_Number_of_Measurement_Channels ...........................................288
FACCH_RSSI_by_NbrRFChan_xx .............................................................288
FACCH_RSSI_Nbr_xx.................................................................................288
Failed_Reassignment ..................................................................................288
FailedLoopsDone.........................................................................................289
FERRVC ......................................................................................................289
FFER Stats 100 frames ...............................................................................289
FFER Stats 1000 frames .............................................................................289
FFER Stats 200 frames ...............................................................................289
FFER Stats 500 frames ...............................................................................289
File_Position ................................................................................................289
File_Type .....................................................................................................289
FileAccessTime............................................................................................289
FileCreateTime ............................................................................................289
FileLabel ......................................................................................................289
FileModifiedTime..........................................................................................290
FileName......................................................................................................290
FilePathAndName........................................................................................290

FileSize ........................................................................................................290
FileVersion ...................................................................................................290
First Delay_for_PN_xx .................................................................................290
First_EcIo_for_PN_xx ..................................................................................290
FNE_Denied ................................................................................................290
For_BER ......................................................................................................290
For_FBER ....................................................................................................290
For_SignalStrength ......................................................................................291
ForFER_1000Frames ..................................................................................291
ForFER_100Frames ....................................................................................291
ForFER_200Frames ....................................................................................291
ForFER_500Frames ....................................................................................291
ForFER_FrameCount ..................................................................................291
ForMUX_Mode.............................................................................................291
ForVocoderRate...........................................................................................291
Forward BER Stats ......................................................................................292
Forward_FCH_IsActive................................................................................292
Forward_SCH_NumberActiveChannels ......................................................292
Forward_SCH0_IsActive..............................................................................292
Forward_SCH0_Rate...................................................................................292
Forward_SCH1_IsActive..............................................................................292
Forward_SCH1_Rate...................................................................................292
ForwardFER.................................................................................................292
Frame_Counter_Reset ................................................................................292
FreqencyList_in_FreqScanHead_xx............................................................292
FREQERR ...................................................................................................292
Frequency ....................................................................................................293
FullyCompleteLoopsDone ...........................................................................293
FundamentalFramesReceived.....................................................................293
GenLock.......................................................................................................293
GPRS - further information ..........................................................................293
GPRS_BSSGP_Bmax_Default_MS ............................................................293
GPRS_BSSGP_Bucket_Leak_Rate............................................................293
GPRS_BSSGP_BVC_Bucket_Size.............................................................293
GPRS_BSSGP_BVC_Queuing_Delay ........................................................293
GPRS_BSSGP_Cause ................................................................................293
GPRS_BSSGP_CI.......................................................................................294
GPRS_BSSGP_DL_QoS_Precedence .......................................................294
GPRS_BSSGP_Expected_Tlli.....................................................................294
GPRS_BSSGP_Flush_Action .....................................................................294
GPRS_BSSGP_Flush_BVCI_New..............................................................294
GPRS_BSSGP_Flush_BVCI_Old ...............................................................294
GPRS_BSSGP_Flush_Octets_Affected......................................................294
GPRS_BSSGP_Flush_Octets_Deleted.......................................................294
GPRS_BSSGP_LLC_Frames_Discarded ...................................................294
GPRS_BSSGP_MS_Bucket_Size...............................................................294
GPRS_BSSGP_Msg_Type .........................................................................294
GPRS_BSSGP_NS_Bvci ............................................................................295
GPRS_BSSGP_Old_CI ...............................................................................295
GPRS_BSSGP_PDU_Lifetime_Delay.........................................................295
GPRS_BSSGP_QoS_A_Bit ........................................................................295
GPRS_BSSGP_QoS_Peak_Bit_Rate .........................................................295
GPRS_BSSGP_QoS_PRECEDENCE ........................................................295
GPRS_BSSGP_QoS_T_Bit.........................................................................296
GPRS_BSSGP_R_Default_MS...................................................................296
GPRS_BSSGP_RA_Cap_UPD_Cause.......................................................296
GPRS_BSSGP_RadioCause ......................................................................296
GPRS_BSSGP_Tlli......................................................................................296
GPRS_BSSGP_TMSI..................................................................................296
GPRS_BSSGP_UL_QoS_Peak_Bit_Rate ..................................................297

GPRS_BSSGP_UL_QoS_Precedence .......................................................297
GPRS_BVC_CI............................................................................................297
GPRS_BVC_LAC ........................................................................................297
GPRS_BVC_MCC .......................................................................................297
GPRS_BVC_MNC .......................................................................................297
GPRS_Dir ....................................................................................................297
GPRS_Handset_ID......................................................................................297
GPRS_IP_DataLength.................................................................................297
GPRS_IP_Dest_Address.............................................................................297
GPRS_IP_Precedence ................................................................................297
GPRS_IP_Protocol ......................................................................................298
GPRS_IP_Source_Address.........................................................................298
GPRS_LAC..................................................................................................298
GPRS_LLC_FrameType..............................................................................298
GPRS_LLC_InfoField_Length .....................................................................298
GPRS_LLC_Msg_Type ...............................................................................298
GPRS_LLC_Sapi .........................................................................................298
GPRS_MCC.................................................................................................298
GPRS_MM_ACRefNumber .........................................................................299
GPRS_MM_Allocatedd_P_TMSI.................................................................299
GPRS_MM_Attach_Time ............................................................................299
GPRS_MM_AttachResult ............................................................................299
GPRS_MM_AttachType...............................................................................299
GPRS_MM_DetachType .............................................................................299
GPRS_MM_GMM_Cause ...........................................................................299
GPRS_MM_GSM1800_MSRadioAccessCap_AccessTechnologyType.....299
GPRS_MM_GSM1800_MSRadioAccessCap_GPRSExtendedDynamicAlloca
tionCap.........................................................................................................300
GPRS_MM_GSM1800_MSRadioAccessCap_GPRSMultiSlotClass ..........300
GPRS_MM_GSM1800_MSRadioAccessCap_HSCSDMultiSlotClass........300
GPRS_MM_GSM1800_MSRadioAccessCap_RFPowerCap......................300
GPRS_MM_GSM1800_MSRadioAccessCap_SMSValue ..........................300
GPRS_MM_GSM1800_MSRadioAccessCap_SMValue.............................300
GPRS_MM_GSM1900_MSRadioAccessCap_AccessTechnologyType.....300
GPRS_MM_GSM1900_MSRadioAccessCap_GPRSExtendedDynamicAlloca
tionCap.........................................................................................................301
GPRS_MM_GSM1900_MSRadioAccessCap_GPRSMultiSlotClass ..........301
GPRS_MM_GSM1900_MSRadioAccessCap_HSCSDMultiSlotClass........301
GPRS_MM_GSM1900_MSRadioAccessCap_RFPowerCap......................301
GPRS_MM_GSM1900_MSRadioAccessCap_SMSValue ..........................301
GPRS_MM_GSM1900_MSRadioAccessCap_SMValue.............................301
GPRS_MM_GSM900_MSRadioAccessCap_AccessTechnologyType.......301
GPRS_MM_GSM900_MSRadioAccessCap_GPRSExtendedDynamicAllocati
onCap ..........................................................................................................301
GPRS_MM_GSM900_MSRadioAccessCap_GPRSMultiSlotClass ............302
GPRS_MM_GSM900_MSRadioAccessCap_HSCSDMultiSlotClass..........302
GPRS_MM_GSM900_MSRadioAccessCap_RFPowerCap........................302
GPRS_MM_GSM900_MSRadioAccessCap_SMSValue ............................302
GPRS_MM_GSM900_MSRadioAccessCap_SMValue...............................302
GPRS_MM_Msg_Type ................................................................................302
GPRS_MM_P_TMSI....................................................................................302
GPRS_MM_P_TMSI_Signature ..................................................................302
GPRS_MM_Power_Off................................................................................303
GPRS_MM_TMSI_status.............................................................................303
GPRS_MM_UpdateResult...........................................................................303
GPRS_MM_UpdateType .............................................................................303
GPRS_MNC.................................................................................................303
GPRS_NS_Bvci ...........................................................................................303
GPRS_NS_Cause .......................................................................................303
GPRS_NS_Msg_Type .................................................................................303

GPRS_NS_Nsei...........................................................................................304
GPRS_NS_Vci.............................................................................................304
GPRS_OLD_LAC ........................................................................................304
GPRS_OLD_MCC .......................................................................................304
GPRS_OLD_MNC .......................................................................................304
GPRS_OLD_RAC........................................................................................304
GPRS_PDP_ID............................................................................................304
GPRS_Properties_CI_xx .............................................................................304
GPRS_Properties_LAC_xx..........................................................................304
GPRS_Properties_MM_Count_xx ...............................................................305
GPRS_Properties_SM_Count_xx................................................................305
GPRS_Prot_Discrim ....................................................................................305
GPRS_RAC .................................................................................................305
GPRS_Session_ID ......................................................................................305
GPRS_SM_AADeactivationCause ..............................................................305
GPRS_SM_LLC_Sapi..................................................................................305
GPRS_SM_Msg_Type.................................................................................305
GPRS_SM_PDP_Context_Time .................................................................305
GPRS_SM_QoS_Delay_Class....................................................................306
GPRS_SM_QoS_Mean_Throughput...........................................................306
GPRS_SM_QoS_Peak_Throughput ...........................................................306
GPRS_SM_QoS_Precedence_Class..........................................................306
GPRS_SM_QoS_Reliability_Class..............................................................306
GPRS_SM_SMCause..................................................................................306
GPRS_SNDCP_Nsapi .................................................................................306
GPRS_SNDCP_PDU_Type ........................................................................306
GPRS_XID_IOV_I........................................................................................307
GPRS_XID_IOV_UI .....................................................................................307
GPRS_XID_kD ............................................................................................307
GPRS_XID_kU ............................................................................................307
GPRS_XID_mD ...........................................................................................307
GPRS_XID_mU ...........................................................................................307
GPRS_XID_N200 ........................................................................................308
GPRS_XID_N201_I .....................................................................................308
GPRS_XID_N201_U....................................................................................308
GPRS_XID_T200.........................................................................................308
GPRS_XID_Version.....................................................................................308
GPS_Confidence .........................................................................................308
GPS_ConfidenceXInt...................................................................................309
GPSLock......................................................................................................309
GPSSynch ...................................................................................................309
GSM_FrameNumber....................................................................................309
GSM_Message_Type ..................................................................................309
GSM_Um_Msg_Type ..................................................................................309
GSMAttempts...............................................................................................309
GSMCallEnd ................................................................................................309
GSMCallEndResultCode .............................................................................309
GSMCallEndResultData ..............................................................................309
GSMCallInitiation .........................................................................................310
GSMCallInitResultCode ...............................................................................310
GSMCallInitResultData ................................................................................310
GSMCallLink ................................................................................................311
GSMCallProgress ........................................................................................311
GSMHsTestMode_AllowedNeighbors_xx....................................................311
GSMHsTestMode_AllowedServCells_xx.....................................................311
GSMHsTestMode_CampOnARFCN ...........................................................311
GSMHsTestMode_DisableCellBar ..............................................................311
GSMHsTestMode_DisableHandover...........................................................311
GSMHsTestMode_DisablePathLoss ...........................................................311
GSMHsTestMode_DTXMode ......................................................................311

GSMHsTestMode_FalseMeasure ...............................................................311
GSMHsTestMode_ForceMCN.....................................................................312
GSMHsTestMode_InvertCellBar .................................................................312
GSMHsTestMode_NumAllowedNeighbours ...............................................312
GSMHsTestMode_NumAllowedServCells...................................................312
GSMHsTestMode_PowerClass ...................................................................312
GSMHsTestMode_TestModeStatus ............................................................312
Guaranteed_Bit_Rate ..................................................................................312
Handoff ........................................................................................................312
Handoff_Details ...........................................................................................312
Handoff_Fail.................................................................................................313
Handoff_Interval...........................................................................................313
Handoff_Interval_Stats ................................................................................313
Handoff_OK .................................................................................................313
Handoff_Time_Stats ....................................................................................313
HandoffCompletionTime ..............................................................................313
HandoffInterval.............................................................................................313
HandoffOccurred..........................................................................................313
HandoffOK ...................................................................................................313
HandoffOk_UL .............................................................................................313
HandoffStartTime.........................................................................................314
HandoffState ................................................................................................314
HandoffTime ................................................................................................314
HandOver_Complete ...................................................................................314
Handover_Details ........................................................................................314
HandOver_Failure........................................................................................314
Handover_Interval_Time_Stats ...................................................................314
Handover_Time_Stats .................................................................................315
HandoverCandidateCI_xx............................................................................315
HandoverCandidateCT_xx ..........................................................................315
HandoverCandidateKCause_xx ..................................................................315
HandoverCandidateKVal_xx........................................................................315
HandoverCandidateLAC_xx ........................................................................315
HandoverCandidateLVal_xx ........................................................................315
HandoverCandidateMCC_xx .......................................................................315
HandoverCandidateMNC_xx .......................................................................315
HandoverCandidateNum .............................................................................315
HandoverCandidateRV_xx ..........................................................................315
HandoverCandidateValueCause .................................................................315
HandoverDuration........................................................................................316
HandoverInterval..........................................................................................316
Handset_State:_Call_Release (DTC)..........................................................316
Handset_State:_Registration.......................................................................316
HandsetMode...............................................................................................316
HardHandoffDirected ...................................................................................316
HardHandoffFail...........................................................................................316
HardHandoffOk ............................................................................................316
Heading........................................................................................................316
HsCmdAcceptIncomingCall .........................................................................316
HsCmdCallActive .........................................................................................316
HsCmdCallAttempt ......................................................................................317
HsCmdCallType...........................................................................................317
HsCmdHangup ............................................................................................317
HsCmdNumberDialled .................................................................................317
HyperbandList_in_FreqScanHead_xx .........................................................317
Hyperframe_Counter ...................................................................................317
iDEN_Call_Type ..........................................................................................317
iDEN_Channel_Connection_Code ..............................................................317
iDEN_Channel_Type ...................................................................................317
iDEN_Message_Type ..................................................................................318

iDEN_NborBSCC [x] ....................................................................................318


iDEN_NborCarrier [x] ...................................................................................318
iDEN_NborNum ...........................................................................................318
iDEN_NborRSSI [x]......................................................................................318
iDEN_NborRSSI_by_Carrier [x]...................................................................318
iDEN_NborSQE_by_Carrier [x] ...................................................................318
iDEN_Service_Stopped_Cause...................................................................318
iDEN_Service_Type.....................................................................................318
iDEN_Sub_Code..........................................................................................318
Idle_DCC_DVCC .........................................................................................318
Idle_MRLQ...................................................................................................319
Idle_Nbor_Channel_xx ................................................................................319
Idle_Nbor_HyperBand_xx............................................................................319
Idle_Nbor_RSSI_by_Channel_xx ................................................................319
Idle_Nbor_RSSI_xx .....................................................................................319
Idle_NumberOfNbors ...................................................................................319
Idle_RTC......................................................................................................319
Idle_TS.........................................................................................................319
IdleCell_BER................................................................................................320
IdleCell_BER_by_Channel_xx.....................................................................320
IdleCell_Channel..........................................................................................320
IdleCell_Hyperband .....................................................................................320
IdleCell_SignalStrength ...............................................................................320
IdleCell_SignalStrength_by_Channel_xx ....................................................320
IdleCell_WER...............................................................................................320
IdleCell_WER_by_Channel_xx....................................................................321
IdleError_FACCH.........................................................................................321
IdleError_Freq..............................................................................................321
IdleError_UCH .............................................................................................321
IdleFramesReceived ....................................................................................321
IdleFramesTransmitted ................................................................................321
IdleMode_ColorCode ...................................................................................321
IdleMode_ServingChannelNumber..............................................................321
IE_id .............................................................................................................321
Incoming Call Setup Time Stats ..................................................................321
Incoming_Call_Setup...................................................................................322
Incoming_Call_Setup_Fail...........................................................................322
IncomingCallFail ..........................................................................................322
IncomingCallOK ...........................................................................................322
Io ..................................................................................................................322
Io_All_Pilots .................................................................................................322
Io_for_PN_xx ...............................................................................................322
Io_Pilot_Tone...............................................................................................322
Io_Top_N_Pilots ..........................................................................................322
Io_Zoomed_Pilots ........................................................................................323
IP_Delay ......................................................................................................323
IP_DestinationAddressDL............................................................................323
IP_DestinationAddressUL............................................................................323
IP_FragmentOffset.......................................................................................323
IP_FrameLength ..........................................................................................323
IP_FrameLengthFULL .................................................................................323
IP_Header_Checksum.................................................................................323
IP_HeaderLength.........................................................................................323
IP_Identification ...........................................................................................323
IP_LastFragment .........................................................................................323
IP_MayFragment .........................................................................................323
IP_PayloadLength........................................................................................324
IP_Precedence ............................................................................................324
IP_Protocol ..................................................................................................324
IP_Reliability ................................................................................................324

IP_SourceAddressDL ..................................................................................324
IP_SourceAddressUL ..................................................................................324
IP_Throughput .............................................................................................324
IP_ThroughputDOWNLINK..........................................................................324
IP_ThroughputUPLINK ................................................................................324
IP_Time2Live ...............................................................................................324
IP_Version ...................................................................................................324
IRA_Encoding ..............................................................................................324
IS136_BER ..................................................................................................325
IS136_RSSI .................................................................................................325
IS136_Timing_Advance...............................................................................325
IS1362AMPS_HandoffFail...........................................................................325
IS1362AMPS_HandoffOk ............................................................................325
IS136Attempts .............................................................................................325
IS136CallEnd ...............................................................................................325
IS136CallEndResultCode ............................................................................325
IS136CallEndResultData .............................................................................325
IS136CallInitiation ........................................................................................326
IS136CallInitResultCode..............................................................................326
IS136CallInitResultData...............................................................................326
IS136CallLink...............................................................................................326
IS136CallProgress .......................................................................................326
IsAnalog .......................................................................................................326
IsServer........................................................................................................326
Iu_Signalling_Connection_ID ......................................................................326
Key_status ...................................................................................................327
LAC ..............................................................................................................327
Last_Delay_for_PN_xx ................................................................................327
LastRoundTripTime .....................................................................................327
Latitude ........................................................................................................327
LatitudeXInt..................................................................................................327
LCC_AQS ....................................................................................................327
LCC_AudioVoiceLevel .................................................................................327
LCC_CallMode.............................................................................................327
LCC_CDMA_ActvCount...............................................................................327
LCC_CDMA_AngRSSI ................................................................................327
LCC_CDMA_AngSCC .................................................................................328
LCC_CDMA_AngTXPwr ..............................................................................328
LCC_CDMA_CMPDate................................................................................328
LCC_CDMA_Delta1.....................................................................................328
LCC_CDMA_Delta2.....................................................................................328
LCC_CDMA_DiagVer ..................................................................................328
LCC_CDMA_ESN........................................................................................328
LCC_CDMA_FrmOffset ...............................................................................328
LCC_CDMA_FVC0Rate ..............................................................................328
LCC_CDMA_FVC14Rate ............................................................................328
LCC_CDMA_FVC15Rate ............................................................................328
LCC_CDMA_FVC1Rate ..............................................................................329
LCC_CDMA_FVC2Rate ..............................................................................329
LCC_CDMA_FVC3Rate ..............................................................................329
LCC_CDMA_FVC4Rate ..............................................................................329
LCC_CDMA_HOData ..................................................................................329
LCC_CDMA_HOType..................................................................................329
LCC_CDMA_L3ChCount.............................................................................329
LCC_CDMA_L3Msg ....................................................................................329
LCC_CDMA_L3Type ...................................................................................329
LCC_CDMA_MarkovRate............................................................................329
LCC_CDMA_Min1Info .................................................................................329
LCC_CDMA_Min2Info .................................................................................329
LCC_CDMA_MinPoint .................................................................................330

LCC_CDMA_PN1RSSI................................................................................330
LCC_CDMA_PN2RSSI................................................................................330
LCC_CDMA_PN3RSSI................................................................................330
LCC_CDMA_Rate1Err.................................................................................330
LCC_CDMA_Rate2Err.................................................................................330
LCC_CDMA_Rate4Err.................................................................................330
LCC_CDMA_Rate8Err.................................................................................330
LCC_CDMA_RefFing1.................................................................................330
LCC_CDMA_RefFing2.................................................................................330
LCC_CDMA_RelDate ..................................................................................330
LCC_CDMA_RVC0Rate ..............................................................................330
LCC_CDMA_RVC15Rate ............................................................................331
LCC_CDMA_RVC1Rate ..............................................................................331
LCC_CDMA_RVC2Rate ..............................................................................331
LCC_CDMA_RVC3Rate ..............................................................................331
LCC_CDMA_RVC4Rate ..............................................................................331
LCC_CDMA_RXPwr ....................................................................................331
LCC_CDMA_SCM .......................................................................................331
LCC_CDMA_TotalErr ..................................................................................331
LCC_CDMA_TXAdj .....................................................................................331
LCC_CDMA_TXPwr ....................................................................................331
LCC_CDMA_VerDate ..................................................................................331
LCC_CDMA_VocMajRev.............................................................................331
LCC_CDMA_VocMinRev.............................................................................332
LCC_channel ...............................................................................................332
LCC_channel_type ......................................................................................332
LCC_color_code ..........................................................................................332
LCC_color_code_by_chan_xx.....................................................................332
LCC_DCC ....................................................................................................332
LCC_direction ..............................................................................................332
LCC_IS136_AccessOverloadClass .............................................................332
LCC_IS136_auth_capab .............................................................................332
LCC_IS136_BandChanPrimary...................................................................332
LCC_IS136_BandChanSecondary ..............................................................332
LCC_IS136_BitErrors ..................................................................................333
LCC_IS136_CoClBChan_xx........................................................................333
LCC_IS136_CoClRSSI_xx ..........................................................................333
LCC_IS136_CoClSAT_xx............................................................................333
LCC_IS136_cpa...........................................................................................333
LCC_IS136_digi_capab ...............................................................................333
LCC_IS136_dmac........................................................................................333
LCC_IS136_dtx............................................................................................333
LCC_IS136_dvcc .........................................................................................333
LCC_IS136_EsnSrlNum ..............................................................................333
LCC_IS136_ext_address.............................................................................333
LCC_IS136_ext_protocol.............................................................................334
LCC_IS136_ExtAddr....................................................................................334
LCC_IS136_FACCHErrors ..........................................................................334
LCC_IS136_fade .........................................................................................334
LCC_IS136_GroupIdMark ...........................................................................334
LCC_IS136_HandoffType............................................................................334
LCC_IS136_home_reg ................................................................................334
LCC_IS136_HomeSID.................................................................................334
LCC_IS136_HWVer.....................................................................................334
LCC_IS136_IntMSID ...................................................................................334
LCC_IS136_LCC_Bchan.............................................................................334
LCC_IS136_LCC_Rssi ................................................................................334
LCC_IS136_LCCIS136BER ........................................................................335
LCC_IS136_maho_ber ................................................................................335
LCC_IS136_maho_rssi................................................................................335

LCC_IS136_meas_rssi ................................................................................335
LCC_IS136_MfrCode...................................................................................335
LCC_IS136_Modes......................................................................................335
LCC_IS136_MRLQ ......................................................................................335
LCC_IS136_Nb_Channel_xx.......................................................................335
LCC_IS136_Nb_RSSI_xx............................................................................335
LCC_IS136_NbBChan_xx ...........................................................................335
LCC_IS136_NbBER_xx...............................................................................335
LCC_IS136_NbCount ..................................................................................336
LCC_IS136_NbRSSI_xx..............................................................................336
LCC_IS136_npagechans.............................................................................336
LCC_IS136_PagingFrameClass..................................................................336
LCC_IS136_ph_dvcc ...................................................................................336
LCC_IS136_rate ..........................................................................................336
LCC_IS136_readctlflr...................................................................................336
LCC_IS136_ReselTrigCause ......................................................................336
LCC_IS136_roam_reg .................................................................................336
LCC_IS136_sbi............................................................................................336
LCC_IS136_ScanRSSI_xx ..........................................................................337
LCC_IS136_scc ...........................................................................................337
LCC_IS136_sdcc1 .......................................................................................337
LCC_IS136_sdcc2 .......................................................................................337
LCC_IS136_serial_num...............................................................................337
LCC_IS136_ServiceAspectsDet..................................................................337
LCC_IS136_SignalStrengthAspectDet ........................................................337
LCC_IS136_SiteName.................................................................................337
LCC_IS136_StationClassMark ....................................................................337
LCC_IS136_SuperFramePhase ..................................................................337
LCC_IS136_sysid ........................................................................................337
LCC_IS136_TemsVer..................................................................................337
LCC_IS136_time_align ................................................................................338
LCC_IS136_UCHErrors...............................................................................338
LCC_IS136_vmac........................................................................................338
LCC_Marker.................................................................................................338
LCC_MeasSat..............................................................................................338
LCC_PhonePower .......................................................................................338
LCC_PhoneRSSI .........................................................................................338
LCC_PhoneSat ............................................................................................338
LCC_RawBER .............................................................................................338
LCC_receiver_type ......................................................................................338
LCC_signal_strength ...................................................................................338
LCC_signal_strength_by_chan_xx ..............................................................339
LCC_SINAD.................................................................................................339
LCC_TimeOffset ..........................................................................................339
LCC_Timeslot ..............................................................................................339
LLC_CommandResponse ...........................................................................339
LLC_FrameType ..........................................................................................339
LLC_I_S_Ack ...............................................................................................339
LLC_I_S_BitmapLength...............................................................................339
LLC_I_S_NR................................................................................................339
LLC_I_S_NS ................................................................................................339
LLC_I_S_Supervision ..................................................................................339
LLC_PayloadLength_octets.........................................................................339
LLC_SAPI ....................................................................................................340
LLC_ThroughputDOWNLINK ......................................................................340
LLC_ThroughputUPLINK.............................................................................340
LLC_U_FRMR_CR2 ....................................................................................340
LLC_U_FRMR_VR ......................................................................................340
LLC_U_FRMR_VS.......................................................................................340
LLC_U_FRMR_W1 ......................................................................................340

LLC_U_FRMR_W2 ......................................................................................340
LLC_U_FRMR_W3 ......................................................................................340
LLC_U_FRMR_W4 ......................................................................................340
LLC_U_Subtype...........................................................................................340
LLC_U_XID_IOV_I.......................................................................................340
LLC_U_XID_IOV_UI ....................................................................................341
LLC_U_XID_kD ...........................................................................................341
LLC_U_XID_kU ...........................................................................................341
LLC_U_XID_mD ..........................................................................................341
LLC_U_XID_mU ..........................................................................................341
LLC_U_XID_N200 .......................................................................................341
LLC_U_XID_N201_I ....................................................................................341
LLC_U_XID_N201_U...................................................................................341
LLC_U_XID_T200........................................................................................341
LLC_U_XID_Version....................................................................................341
LLC_UI_Encryption......................................................................................341
LLC_UI_NU..................................................................................................341
LLC_UI_Protected .......................................................................................342
LocalNoise_Interference..............................................................................342
Location Update Details...............................................................................342
Location Update Time Stats ........................................................................342
LocationAreaID ............................................................................................342
LocationUpdatingType .................................................................................342
LogFileBaseName .......................................................................................342
LogFileType .................................................................................................342
Longitude .....................................................................................................342
LongitudeXInt...............................................................................................342
Low_battery_alarm ......................................................................................343
LucentRFT_CellSending..............................................................................343
LucentRFT_FileVersion ...............................................................................343
LucentRFT_OptionX ....................................................................................343
LucentRFT_Valid .........................................................................................343
LucentRFT_XXX_Cells ................................................................................343
MACA_Status ..............................................................................................343
MACA_Type.................................................................................................343
Markov FER .................................................................................................344
Max_Bit_Rate ..............................................................................................345
Max_Delay_for_PN_xx ................................................................................345
Max_Delay_Spread .....................................................................................345
Max_EcIo_Spread .......................................................................................345
Max_SDU_Size............................................................................................345
Max_Supported_PFC ..................................................................................345
MaxFullyCompleteLoops .............................................................................346
MCC .............................................................................................................346
Measurement_Inquiry ..................................................................................346
Measurement_Quality_Indicator..................................................................346
Measurement_Report ..................................................................................346
Message Count............................................................................................346
MNC .............................................................................................................346
Mobile Rx Power Stats.................................................................................346
Mobile Tx Power Stats .................................................................................346
MobileCAIRevision.......................................................................................347
MobileFirmwareRev .....................................................................................347
MobileMIN1..................................................................................................347
MobileModel.................................................................................................347
MobilePowerCtrlValue .................................................................................347
MobileReceivePower ...................................................................................347
MobileSCM ..................................................................................................347
MobileTransmitPower ..................................................................................347
MobOrigCallFail ...........................................................................................347

MobOrigCallOK............................................................................................347
MobTermCallFail..........................................................................................348
MobTermCallOK ..........................................................................................348
MonitorBufferLength ....................................................................................348
Motorola_BLER............................................................................................348
Motorola_FER..............................................................................................348
MotorolaIsHoppingCell.................................................................................348
MotorolaL2LinkOnSACCH...........................................................................348
MotorolaListeningToBCCH ..........................................................................348
MotorolaPostHandoverMeasIgnored ...........................................................348
MotorolaPowerLevel ....................................................................................348
MotorolaSDCCHEstablished .......................................................................349
MotorolaSpeechConnOnTCH......................................................................349
MS State is ACC Processing .......................................................................349
MS State is AVC Processing .......................................................................349
MS State is DCC Processing.......................................................................349
MS State is DTC Processing .......................................................................350
MS Tx Power Stats ......................................................................................350
MS_State .....................................................................................................350
MS_Substate ...............................................................................................350
MSClassMkEarlySend .................................................................................351
MSClassMkEncryptA51 ...............................................................................351
MSClassMkEncryptA52 ...............................................................................351
MSClassMkEncryptA53 ...............................................................................351
MsClassMkPower ........................................................................................351
MSClassMkRevision ....................................................................................351
MSClassMkSMSMobileTerm.......................................................................351
Msg_Class_Code.........................................................................................351
Msg_Code....................................................................................................351
Msg_Group ..................................................................................................352
MsgCode......................................................................................................352
MsgCodeCCCH ...........................................................................................355
MsgCodeSDCCH.........................................................................................355
MsgCodeTCH ..............................................................................................355
MSHandoffFail .............................................................................................355
MSHandoffOK..............................................................................................355
MsIMEI.........................................................................................................355
MsIMSI.........................................................................................................355
MSPOW .......................................................................................................355
MsTMSI........................................................................................................356
Multipath_1_Delay_for_PN_xx ....................................................................356
Multipath_1_EcIo_for_PN_xx ......................................................................356
Multipath_2_Delay_for_PN_xx ....................................................................356
Multipath_2_EcIo_for_PN_xx ......................................................................356
Multipath_3_Delay_for_PN_xx ....................................................................356
Multipath_3_EcIo_for_PN_xx ......................................................................356
Multipath_4_Delay_for_PN_xx ....................................................................356
Multipath_4_EcIo_for_PN_xx ......................................................................356
Multipath_5_Delay_for_PN_xx ....................................................................357
Multipath_5_EcIo_for_PN_xx ......................................................................357
MultiplexerErasuresReceived ......................................................................357
Nbor_IsForeground_xx ................................................................................357
Nbor_RxLev_xx ...........................................................................................357
NborBCCH_xx .............................................................................................357
NborBSIC_by_Arfcn_xx ...............................................................................357
NborBSIC_xx ...............................................................................................357
NborC1_xx ...................................................................................................357
NborC2_xx ...................................................................................................357
NborCarrier_xx.............................................................................................358
NborCell_Analog_CELLTYPE_xx................................................................358

NborCell_Analog_CHAN_xx........................................................................358
NborCell_Analog_DCC_xx ..........................................................................358
NborCell_Analog_DELAY_xx ......................................................................358
NborCell_Analog_DirectedRetryChannel_xx ..............................................358
NborCell_Analog_HL_FREQ_xx .................................................................358
NborCell_Analog_MS_ACC_PWR_by_Channel_xx ...................................358
NborCell_Analog_NetworkType_xx.............................................................358
NborCell_Analog_ProtocolVersion_xx.........................................................358
NborCell_Analog_RESEL_OFFSET_xx ......................................................358
NborCell_Analog_RSS_ACC_MIN_by_Channel_xx ...................................358
NborCell_Analog_SS_SUFF_by_Channel_xx ............................................359
NborCell_TDMA_CELL_SYNC_xx ..............................................................359
NborCell_TDMA_CELLTYPE_xx.................................................................359
NborCell_TDMA_CHAN_xx.........................................................................359
NborCell_TDMA_DELAY_xx .......................................................................359
NborCell_TDMA_DirectedRetryChannel_xx................................................359
NborCell_TDMA_DVCC_xx.........................................................................360
NborCell_TDMA_HL_FREQ_xx ..................................................................360
NborCell_TDMA_MACA_List.......................................................................360
NborCell_TDMA_MACA_ListOtherHyperband............................................360
NborCell_TDMA_MACA_OtherHyperbandFreq ..........................................360
NborCell_TDMA_MS_ACC_PWR_by_Channel_xx ....................................360
NborCell_TDMA_MS_ACC_PWR_xx..........................................................360
NborCell_TDMA_NetworkType_xx..............................................................360
NborCell_TDMA_ProtocolVersion_xx..........................................................361
NborCell_TDMA_RESEL_OFFSET_xx .......................................................361
NborCell_TDMA_RSS_ACC_MIN_by_Channel_xx ....................................361
NborCell_TDMA_RSS_ACC_MIN_xx .........................................................361
NborCell_TDMA_SS_SUFF_by_Channel_xx .............................................361
NborCell_TDMA_SS_SUFF_xx...................................................................361
NborColorCode_xx ......................................................................................361
NborCount....................................................................................................361
NborForegroundNum ...................................................................................361
NborFrameOffset_xx....................................................................................362
NborKVal_xx ................................................................................................362
NborLVal_xx ................................................................................................362
NborNum......................................................................................................362
NborRSSI_by_Carrier_xx ............................................................................362
NborRSSI_xx ...............................................................................................362
NborRxLev_by_Arfcn_xx .............................................................................362
NborRxLev_xx .............................................................................................362
NborSQE_by_Carrier_xx .............................................................................362
NborSQE_xx ................................................................................................362
NBR_FRAMES_NOT_REPEATED .............................................................363
NBR_FRAMES_REPEATED.......................................................................363
NBR_OF_ERRONEOUS_FRAMES_SENT ................................................363
NBR_OF_MS_TX_PWR_MAX_SENT ........................................................363
NBR_OF_PHYSICAL_INFO_SENT ............................................................363
NBR_OF_REJ_FRAMES_RECEIVED ........................................................363
NBR_OF_REJ_FRAMES_SENT.................................................................363
NBR_OF_SABM_AFTER_UA_SENT..........................................................363
NbrChannel_xx ............................................................................................363
NbrSigStr_by_Chan_xx ...............................................................................363
NbrSigStr_xx................................................................................................363
NCell_AntennaFace_xx ...............................................................................363
NCell_CellCode_xx......................................................................................364
NCell_CellNumber_xx..................................................................................364
NCell_DCSID_xx .........................................................................................364
NCell_ECPID_xx..........................................................................................364
NCell_SG0_HandOffBias_xx.......................................................................364

NCell_SG0_VMAC_xx .................................................................................364
NCell_SG1_HandOffBias_xx.......................................................................364
NCell_SG1_VMAC_xx .................................................................................364
NCell_SignalStrength_xx.............................................................................364
NCell_SigStr_by_Chan_xx ..........................................................................364
Neighbor Set Delay......................................................................................365
Neighbor_Pilots_Delay_for_PN ...................................................................365
Neighbor_Pilots_EcIo_for_PN_xx ...............................................................365
Neighbor_Pilots_PN_for_EcIo_xx ...............................................................365
NeighborCellDistance_xx ............................................................................365
NeighborCellID_xx .......................................................................................365
NeighborCellLat_xx......................................................................................365
NeighborCellLon_xx.....................................................................................365
NeighborDelay_Max1 ..................................................................................365
NeighborDelay_Max2 ..................................................................................365
NeighborDelay_Max3 ..................................................................................366
NeighborDistanceChan_xx ..........................................................................366
NeighborEcIo_Max1 ....................................................................................366
NeighborEcIo_Max2 ....................................................................................366
NeighborEcIo_Max3 ....................................................................................366
NeighborListWarning ...................................................................................366
NeighborPN .................................................................................................366
NeighborSectorID_xx...................................................................................366
NemoCallAttemptIncoming ..........................................................................366
NemoEventCallCompleted ..........................................................................366
NemoEventCallDropped ..............................................................................367
NemoEventHandoverFail.............................................................................367
NemoEventHandoverOK .............................................................................367
NemoEventIncomingCallOk.........................................................................367
NemoEventIncomingCallSetupFail ..............................................................367
NemoEventLocationUpdateFail ...................................................................367
NemoEventLocationUpdateOK....................................................................367
NemoEventOutgoingCallOK ........................................................................367
NemoEventOutgoingCallSetupFail ..............................................................367
NemoMsgCallAttemptCAA ..........................................................................367
NemoMsgCallConnectCAC .........................................................................367
NemoMsgCallDisconnectCAD.....................................................................367
NemoMsgCallFailedCAF .............................................................................368
NemoMsgCellReselectionCREL..................................................................368
NemoMsgDataConnectDAC........................................................................368
NemoMsgHandoverAttemptHOA.................................................................368
NemoMsgHandoverFailureHOF ..................................................................368
NemoMsgHandoverSuccessHOS ...............................................................368
NemoMsgIncomingCallCAI..........................................................................368
NemoMsgLocationUpdateAcceptLUS .........................................................368
NemoMsgLocationUpdateAttemptLUA........................................................368
NemoMsgLocationUpdateFailureLUF .........................................................368
NemoParamCallDisconnectReason ............................................................369
NemoParamCallFailedReason ....................................................................369
NemoParamCallSetupState.........................................................................369
NemoParamCallType...................................................................................369
NemoParamHandoverFailRRCause............................................................369
NemoParamHandoverType .........................................................................369
NemoParamIncomingCallCount ..................................................................369
NemoParamLocationUpateFailMMCause ...................................................369
NemoParamLocationUpdateFailReason .....................................................370
NemoParamNumberDialled.........................................................................370
NemoParamOutgoingCallCount ..................................................................370
NemoParamTimeFromAttempt....................................................................370
Network_Type..............................................................................................370

NetworkID ....................................................................................................370
NewDataFramesReceived...........................................................................370
NewDataFramesTransmitted.......................................................................370
NMSXCallAttemptIndex ...............................................................................370
NMSXCallLength .........................................................................................370
NMSXCallSetupTime ...................................................................................370
NMSXEventCallCompleted..........................................................................371
NMSXEventCallDropped .............................................................................371
NMSXEventOutgoingCallAttempt ................................................................371
NMSXEventOutgoingCallSetupFail .............................................................371
NMSXEventOutgoingCallSetupOK..............................................................371
NMSXNumberDialled...................................................................................371
No_Service ..................................................................................................371
Nokia_BER ..................................................................................................371
Nokia_Channel ............................................................................................371
Nokia_DVCC................................................................................................371
Nokia_Long_RSSI .......................................................................................371
Nokia_Nbor_RSSI_xx ..................................................................................371
NOKIA_PCU_CodingScheme .....................................................................372
NOKIA_PCU_FrameType............................................................................372
Nokia_Rx_Power .........................................................................................372
Nokia_Short_RSSI.......................................................................................372
Nokia_Time_Slot..........................................................................................372
NormalRelease ............................................................................................372
NullFramesReceived....................................................................................372
Number of Locked Pilots..............................................................................372
Number of Unique Pilots..............................................................................372
Number_of_ActivePNs.................................................................................372
Number_of_Analog_Nbors ..........................................................................372
Number_of_E_BCCH...................................................................................373
Number_of_F_BCCH...................................................................................373
Number_of_LockedPNs...............................................................................373
Number_of_Non_PCH_Subchannel_Slots..................................................373
Number_of_Reserved_Slots........................................................................373
Number_of_S_BCCH...................................................................................373
Number_of_TDMA_Nbors ...........................................................................373
NumberofNeighbors.....................................................................................373
NumFreqs_in_FreqScanHead .....................................................................373
NumofActiveCells.........................................................................................373
NumOfLockedPNs .......................................................................................374
NumOfSatellites ...........................................................................................374
NumOfUniquePNs .......................................................................................374
OrigSpeechFileNames.................................................................................374
Outgoing Call Setup Time Stats ..................................................................374
Outgoing_Call_Setup...................................................................................374
Outgoing_Call_Setup_Fail...........................................................................374
OutgoingCallFail ..........................................................................................374
OutgoingCallOK ...........................................................................................374
Paging_Cause .............................................................................................375
PCH_Displacement......................................................................................375
PCU_Block_Number_Adjustment................................................................375
PCU_Direction .............................................................................................375
PCU_Next_UL_Burst ...................................................................................375
PCU_Power_control ....................................................................................375
PCU_RxLev .................................................................................................375
PCU_RxQual ...............................................................................................375
PCU_Time_Allignment_Layout....................................................................375
PCU_Time_Tuning ......................................................................................375
PCU_Time_Tuning_Validity.........................................................................376
PCU_Time_Units .........................................................................................376

PCU_Uplink_State_Flag ..............................................................................376
PERC_OF_INCOR_NOT_SACCH_FM_RX................................................376
PERC_OF_INCOR_SACCH_FRAMES_RX................................................376
Permitted_Algs.............................................................................................376
PFM_Direction .............................................................................................376
PhoneCarrier................................................................................................376
Pilot_Delay_xx .............................................................................................376
PilotChips_16bits_xx....................................................................................376
PilotEcIo_xx .................................................................................................376
PilotIncrement ..............................................................................................377
PilotPN_xx ...................................................................................................377
PlayFileNameOnly .......................................................................................377
PlayPathFromBase ......................................................................................377
PlayRelWaveStartTime................................................................................377
PlaySeqIndex...............................................................................................377
PlaySignalLevel ...........................................................................................377
PlayWaveDescription...................................................................................377
PlayWaveDuration .......................................................................................377
PlayWaveTitle ..............................................................................................377
PN_1stBestEbNo .........................................................................................377
PN_1stBestEcIo...........................................................................................377
PN_2ndBestEbNo........................................................................................378
PN_2ndBestEcIo..........................................................................................378
PN_3rdBestEbNo.........................................................................................378
PN_3rdBestEcIo ..........................................................................................378
PN_4th .........................................................................................................378
PN_5th .........................................................................................................378
PN_6th .........................................................................................................378
PN_At_Delay_1_Max...................................................................................378
PN_at_Delay_Spread_Max .........................................................................378
PN_at_EcIo_Max .........................................................................................378
PN_at_EcIo_Spread_Max ...........................................................................379
PN_at_Max_Delay_Spread .........................................................................379
PN_for_Best_EcIo_Active_Set_xx ..............................................................379
PN_for_Best_EcIo_Cand_Set_xx................................................................379
PN_for_Best_EcIo_Neigh_Set_xx...............................................................379
PN_for_Nth_Best_Pilot_xx ..........................................................................379
PN_Increment ..............................................................................................379
PN_Pilot_Tone_xx .......................................................................................379
PN_Primary..................................................................................................379
PN_Secondary.............................................................................................379
PN_Temporal_Scan.....................................................................................379
PN_Tertiary..................................................................................................380
PN_Top_N_Pilots_xx...................................................................................380
PN_Zoomed_Pilots_xx ................................................................................380
Power_Attenuation.......................................................................................380
Primary_Superframe_Indicator....................................................................380
PrimaryDigitalGain .......................................................................................380
PrimarySite ..................................................................................................380
Procedure_Code..........................................................................................380
ProcessLagLoopIdx .....................................................................................381
ProcessLagSeqIdx.......................................................................................381
ProfileName .................................................................................................381
ProtDisc .......................................................................................................381
Protocol_Version..........................................................................................381
PSID/RSID_Type_xx ...................................................................................381
PSID/RSID_Value_xx ..................................................................................381
QuitAfterFailedLoops ...................................................................................381
RAB_Asymmetry_Indicator..........................................................................381
RAB_ID ........................................................................................................381

RADIO_LINK_FAILURE_INDICATION .......................................................381
RawRSSI .....................................................................................................382
RBERRVC ...................................................................................................382
Reconnect_Complete ..................................................................................382
Record_Sequence .......................................................................................382
Record_Type ...............................................................................................382
RecordFileNameOnly...................................................................................382
RecordOrigFileNameOnly............................................................................382
RecordPathFromBase .................................................................................382
RecordRelWaveStartTime ...........................................................................382
RecordSeqIndex ..........................................................................................382
RecordSignalLevel.......................................................................................383
RecordWaveDescription ..............................................................................383
RecordWaveDuration...................................................................................383
RecordWaveTitle .........................................................................................383
Registration..................................................................................................383
Registration_Fail ..........................................................................................383
Registration_OK...........................................................................................383
Remaining Set Delay ...................................................................................383
RemainingDelay_Max1................................................................................383
RemainingDelay_Max2................................................................................383
RemainingDelay_Max3................................................................................384
RemainingEcIo_Max1..................................................................................384
RemainingEcIo_Max2..................................................................................384
RemainingEcIo_Max3..................................................................................384
RemainingPN...............................................................................................384
Repeated_Cell_Reselection ........................................................................384
Reselection_Complete.................................................................................384
RetransmittedFramesTransmitted ...............................................................384
Rev_BER .....................................................................................................384
Rev_FER .....................................................................................................384
Rev_NumberOfNeighbors ...........................................................................385
Rev_SATorDVCC ........................................................................................385
Rev_SignalStrength .....................................................................................385
Rev_Timeslot ...............................................................................................385
Reverse_FCH_IsActive................................................................................385
Reverse_SCH_NumberActiveChannels ......................................................385
Reverse_SCH0_IsActive .............................................................................385
Reverse_SCH0_Rate ..................................................................................385
Reverse_SCH1_IsActive .............................................................................385
Reverse_SCH1_Rate ..................................................................................385
RevFER .......................................................................................................385
RevFER_FullMarkov....................................................................................386
RevisionNumber ..........................................................................................386
RevMUXStatistics_xx...................................................................................386
RevSAT........................................................................................................387
RevVocoderRate..........................................................................................387
RF_Mode .....................................................................................................387
RLPErasuresReceived.................................................................................387
RMAC_Access_BurstType ..........................................................................387
RMAC_Alpha ...............................................................................................387
RMAC_ARFCN_Index .................................................................................387
RMAC_Block_Channel_Coding...................................................................387
RMAC_BS_CV_MAX...................................................................................387
RMAC_C_Value...........................................................................................387
RMAC_Cause ..............................................................................................387
RMAC_CBCH_TS_Number.........................................................................388
RMAC_Cell_Reselect_Hysteresis ...............................................................388
RMAC_Channel_Coding_Cmd....................................................................388
RMAC_ChannelType_TDMAOffset .............................................................388

RMAC_Contention_Res_TLLI .....................................................................388
RMAC_DL_AckBitRate_PerTFI...................................................................388
RMAC_DL_AckBitRate_SinceLastAckNack................................................388
RMAC_DL_AckBitSum_PerTFI ...................................................................388
RMAC_DL_AckBitSum_SinceLastAckNack ................................................388
RMAC_DL_BitRate_SinceLastAckNack1....................................................388
RMAC_DL_BLER_ForFile1 .........................................................................388
RMAC_DL_BLER_ForFile2 .........................................................................388
RMAC_DL_BLER_PerTFI1 .........................................................................389
RMAC_DL_BLER_PerTFI2 .........................................................................389
RMAC_DL_BLER_SinceLastAckNack1 ......................................................389
RMAC_DL_BLER_SinceLastAckNack2 ......................................................389
RMAC_DL_Blk_Repetition_SinceLastAckNack ..........................................389
RMAC_DL_BlockRate_SinceLastAckNack1 ...............................................389
RMAC_DL_BSN ..........................................................................................389
RMAC_DL_Channel_Coding_Cmd .............................................................389
RMAC_DL_CS_Actual.................................................................................389
RMAC_DL_Ctrl_Timeslot.............................................................................389
RMAC_DL_Data_TFI...................................................................................389
RMAC_DL_Efficiency_PerTFI .....................................................................389
RMAC_DL_Efficiency_SinceLastAckNack ..................................................390
RMAC_DL_Expected_BSN_Range.............................................................390
RMAC_DL_Final_Acl_Ind............................................................................390
RMAC_DL_Msg_Type .................................................................................390
RMAC_DL_NumTimeslots_Used ................................................................390
RMAC_DL_NumTimeslots_Used_Actual ....................................................390
RMAC_DL_NumTimeslots_Used_Ordered .................................................390
RMAC_DL_RadioEfficiency_PerTFI............................................................390
RMAC_DL_RadioEfficiency_SinceLastAckNack.........................................390
RMAC_DL_Received_Bitmap .....................................................................390
RMAC_DL_Received_BSN_Range.............................................................390
RMAC_DL_SSN ..........................................................................................390
RMAC_DL_SuccessRate_ForFile ...............................................................391
RMAC_DL_SuccessRate_PerTFI ...............................................................391
RMAC_DL_SuccessRate_SinceLastAckNack ............................................391
RMAC_DL_TBF ...........................................................................................391
RMAC_DL_TBF_Release............................................................................391
RMAC_DL_TFI_Assignment .......................................................................391
RMAC_DL_TimeToAck................................................................................391
RMAC_DL_TimeToResume ........................................................................391
RMAC_DL_TimingAdvance_Ordered..........................................................391
RMAC_DL_TotalBitRate_PerTFI.................................................................391
RMAC_DL_TotalBitRate_SinceLastAckNack..............................................391
RMAC_DL_TotalBitSum_PerTFI .................................................................391
RMAC_DL_TotalBitSum_SinceLastAckNack..............................................392
RMAC_DL_TransmissionTime_PerTFI .......................................................392
RMAC_DL_TransmissionTime_SinceLastAckNack ....................................392
RMAC_DL_TS_Actual_xx ...........................................................................392
RMAC_DL_TS_Ordered_xx ........................................................................392
RMAC_EventBoth_TBFs_AbnormalRelease ..............................................392
RMAC_EventBoth_TBFs_NormalRelease ..................................................392
RMAC_EventCellUpdateFail .......................................................................392
RMAC_EventCellUpdateOk.........................................................................392
RMAC_EventDL_TBF_AbnormalRelease ...................................................392
RMAC_EventDL_TBF_NormalRelease.......................................................392
RMAC_EventPDCH_Release......................................................................392
RMAC_EventUL_TBF_AbnormalRelease ...................................................393
RMAC_EventUL_TBF_NormalRelease.......................................................393
RMAC_Gamma_TN_xx ...............................................................................393
RMAC_HCS_PriorityClass ..........................................................................393

RMAC_HCS_Threshold...............................................................................393
RMAC_HSN.................................................................................................393
RMAC_I_Level_TN_xx ................................................................................393
RMAC_Immediate_Release ........................................................................393
RMAC_Interference_ServCell .....................................................................393
RMAC_MA_Number ....................................................................................393
RMAC_MAC_Mode .....................................................................................393
RMAC_MAIO ...............................................................................................393
RMAC_MS_TxPwr_Max_CCH ....................................................................394
RMAC_N_Avg_I...........................................................................................394
RMAC_NC_BSIC.........................................................................................394
RMAC_NMO ................................................................................................394
RMAC_P0 ....................................................................................................394
RMAC_Page_Mode .....................................................................................394
RMAC_PAN_DEC .......................................................................................394
RMAC_PAN_INC.........................................................................................394
RMAC_PAN_MAX .......................................................................................394
RMAC_Pb ....................................................................................................394
RMAC_PBCCH_Location ............................................................................394
RMAC_Peak_Tput_Class............................................................................394
RMAC_Persistence_Level1.........................................................................395
RMAC_Persistence_Level2.........................................................................395
RMAC_Persistence_Level3.........................................................................395
RMAC_Persistence_Level4.........................................................................395
RMAC_Priority_Access_Thr ........................................................................395
RMAC_Radio_Priority..................................................................................395
RMAC_RFL_Number...................................................................................395
RMAC_RLC_Blocks_Granted .....................................................................395
RMAC_RxLev_Access_Min.........................................................................395
RMAC_RxLev_ServCell...............................................................................395
RMAC_RxQual ............................................................................................395
RMAC_Same_RA_ServCell ........................................................................395
RMAC_ServARFCN.....................................................................................396
RMAC_ServBSIC.........................................................................................396
RMAC_Sign_Var..........................................................................................396
RMAC_Single_Alloc_Gamma_TN...............................................................396
RMAC_Start_Frequency..............................................................................396
RMAC_Status_Msg_Type ...........................................................................396
RMAC_T_Avg_T..........................................................................................396
RMAC_T_Avg_W.........................................................................................396
RMAC_T_Resel ...........................................................................................396
RMAC_TargetBCH ......................................................................................396
RMAC_TargetBSIC......................................................................................396
RMAC_TBF_Cause .....................................................................................396
RMAC_TBF_Release_Cause......................................................................397
RMAC_TimingAdvance................................................................................397
RMAC_TimingAdvanceIndex.......................................................................397
RMAC_TLLI .................................................................................................397
RMAC_TQI ..................................................................................................397
RMAC_TS_Single_RMAC_UL ....................................................................397
RMAC_TSC .................................................................................................397
RMAC_TX_INT ............................................................................................397
RMAC_UL_AckBitRate_PerTFI...................................................................397
RMAC_UL_AckBitRate_SinceLastAckNack................................................397
RMAC_UL_AckBitSum_PerTFI ...................................................................397
RMAC_UL_AckBitSum_SinceLastAckNack ................................................397
RMAC_UL_BitRate_SinceLastAckNack1....................................................398
RMAC_UL_BLER_ForFile1 .........................................................................398
RMAC_UL_BLER_ForFile2 .........................................................................398
RMAC_UL_BLER_PerTFI1 .........................................................................398

RMAC_UL_BLER_PerTFI2 .........................................................................398
RMAC_UL_BLER_SinceLastAckNack1 ......................................................398
RMAC_UL_BLER_SinceLastAckNack2 ......................................................398
RMAC_UL_Blk_Repetition_SinceLastAckNack ..........................................398
RMAC_UL_BlockRate_SinceLastAckNack1 ...............................................398
RMAC_UL_BSN ..........................................................................................398
RMAC_UL_Channel_Coding_Cmd .............................................................398
RMAC_UL_CS_Actual.................................................................................398
RMAC_UL_CS_Ordered..............................................................................399
RMAC_UL_Data_TFI...................................................................................399
RMAC_UL_Efficiency_PerTFI .....................................................................399
RMAC_UL_Efficiency_SinceLastAckNack ..................................................399
RMAC_UL_Expected_BSN_Range.............................................................399
RMAC_UL_Final_Acl_Ind............................................................................399
RMAC_UL_Msg_Type .................................................................................399
RMAC_UL_NumTimeslots_Used ................................................................399
RMAC_UL_NumTimeslots_Used_Actual ....................................................399
RMAC_UL_NumTimeslots_Used_Ordered .................................................399
RMAC_UL_RadioEfficiency_PerTFI............................................................399
RMAC_UL_RadioEfficiency_SinceLastAckNack.........................................399
RMAC_UL_Received_Bitmap .....................................................................400
RMAC_UL_Received_BSN_Range.............................................................400
RMAC_UL_SSN ..........................................................................................400
RMAC_UL_SuccessRate_ForFile ...............................................................400
RMAC_UL_SuccessRate_PerTFI ...............................................................400
RMAC_UL_SuccessRate_SinceLastAckNack ............................................400
RMAC_UL_TBF ...........................................................................................400
RMAC_UL_TBF_Release............................................................................400
RMAC_UL_TFI_Assignment .......................................................................400
RMAC_UL_TimeToAck................................................................................400
RMAC_UL_TimeToResume ........................................................................400
RMAC_UL_TimingAdvance_Actual.............................................................400
RMAC_UL_TimingAdvance_Ordered..........................................................401
RMAC_UL_TimingAdvance_TS_Number ...................................................401
RMAC_UL_TotalBitRate_PerTFI.................................................................401
RMAC_UL_TotalBitRate_SinceLastAckNack..............................................401
RMAC_UL_TotalBitSum_PerTFI .................................................................401
RMAC_UL_TotalBitSum_SinceLastAckNack..............................................401
RMAC_UL_TransmissionTime_PerTFI .......................................................401
RMAC_UL_TransmissionTime_SinceLastAckNack ....................................401
RMAC_UL_TS_Actual_xx ...........................................................................401
RMAC_UL_TS_Ordered_xx ........................................................................401
RMAC_USF_TN_xx.....................................................................................401
RNC_id ........................................................................................................401
RoundTripDelay_Primary ............................................................................402
RoundTripDelay_Quaternary.......................................................................402
RoundTripDelay_Quinary ............................................................................402
RoundTripDelay_Secondary........................................................................402
RoundTripDelay_Senary .............................................................................402
RoundTripDelay_Tertiary.............................................................................402
RSSI.............................................................................................................402
RSSI_Alpha_xx............................................................................................402
RSSI_Beta_xx..............................................................................................403
RSSI_Delta_xx.............................................................................................403
RSSI_Epsilon_xx .........................................................................................403
RSSI_Face_Server Group Number .............................................................403
RSSI_Gamma_xx ........................................................................................403
RSSI_Omni_xx ............................................................................................403
RSSI_Zeta_xx..............................................................................................403
Rx_Audio_Mute ...........................................................................................403

Rx_Mute.......................................................................................................403
RxLev_DL ....................................................................................................404
RxLev_DL vs. RxQual_DL...........................................................................404
RxLev_UL ....................................................................................................404
RxLev_UL vs. RxQual_UL...........................................................................404
RxLevFull Stats............................................................................................404
RxLevSub Stats ...........................................................................................404
RxQual_DL ..................................................................................................404
RxQual_DL vs. RxQual_UL .........................................................................404
RxQual_UL ..................................................................................................404
RxQualFull Stats ..........................................................................................405
RxQualSub Stats .........................................................................................405
SAC..............................................................................................................405
Sagem_BLER ..............................................................................................405
SAMPLE_RATE...........................................................................................405
SAPI .............................................................................................................405
SAT ..............................................................................................................405
ScanBinDBMeanRSSI_xx ...........................................................................405
ScanBinLinMeanRSSI_xx............................................................................405
ScanBinMaxRSSI_xx...................................................................................406
ScanBinMedianRSSI_xx..............................................................................406
ScanBinMinRSSI_xx....................................................................................406
ScanBinStdDevRSSI_xx..............................................................................406
ScanBSIC_xx...............................................................................................406
ScanChannelIsUplink_xx.............................................................................406
ScanChannelNetworkType_XX ...................................................................406
ScanChannelNo_xx .....................................................................................406
ScanChannelNumber_xx.............................................................................406
ScanColorCode_xx ......................................................................................407
ScanCWBandwidth ......................................................................................407
ScanCWBinNumber.....................................................................................407
ScanCWDistBinSize ....................................................................................407
ScanCWDistTravelled..................................................................................407
ScanCWTimeBinSize...................................................................................407
ScanFrequency_xx ......................................................................................407
ScanListIdxIsChanNo ..................................................................................407
ScanNborSQE_xx........................................................................................407
ScanNumFrequencies .................................................................................407
ScanRSSI_by_Carrier_xx............................................................................407
ScanRSSI_xx...............................................................................................408
ScanSigLevel_xx .........................................................................................408
ScanSignalLevelFor_BCCH_XX_BSIC_YY ................................................408
ScanSortBSIC_by_SigLevel_xx ..................................................................408
ScanSortChannelNo_by_SigLevel_xx.........................................................408
ScanSortIndex_by_SigLevel_xx ..................................................................408
ScanSortSigLevel_by_SigLevel_xx .............................................................408
ScanSQE_by_Carrier_xx.............................................................................408
SDErr ...........................................................................................................409
SDMAC ........................................................................................................409
SearcherMaxEnergy ....................................................................................409
SecondarySite..............................................................................................409
SEIZURE_TYPE ..........................................................................................409
Series2IFType..............................................................................................409
SERV_SS ....................................................................................................409
ServBCCH ...................................................................................................409
ServBSIC .....................................................................................................409
ServBSPower...............................................................................................410
ServBSTxPowStepActual ............................................................................410
ServBSTxPowStepOrdered .........................................................................410
ServC1 .........................................................................................................410

ServC2 .........................................................................................................410
ServCallReestAllowed .................................................................................411
ServCellBarAccess ......................................................................................411
ServChannelNumber ...................................................................................411
ServChannelType ........................................................................................411
ServCI ..........................................................................................................411
ServCodeChannel........................................................................................411
ServColorCode ............................................................................................411
ServCurRadioLinkTimeout...........................................................................411
ServDistanceChan .......................................................................................411
ServDLMeasInvalid......................................................................................412
ServDTX ......................................................................................................412
ServDTXUsed ..............................................................................................412
ServerHostAddress......................................................................................412
ServFER ......................................................................................................412
ServFreqChannel.........................................................................................412
ServHSN ......................................................................................................412
Service_Started ...........................................................................................412
ServiceOption ..............................................................................................412
ServingCell_MS_ACC_PWR .......................................................................413
ServingCell_RSS_ACC_MIN.......................................................................413
ServingCell_SS_SUFF ................................................................................413
ServingCellDistance.....................................................................................413
ServingCellID ...............................................................................................413
ServingCellLat..............................................................................................413
ServingCellLon.............................................................................................413
ServingSectorID...........................................................................................413
ServIsHopping .............................................................................................413
ServLAC.......................................................................................................413
ServMAIO ....................................................................................................414
ServMCC .....................................................................................................414
ServMNC .....................................................................................................414
ServMsTxPowerActual.................................................................................414
ServMsTxPowerOrdered .............................................................................414
ServMsTxPowStepActual ............................................................................414
ServPowerControl........................................................................................414
ServRadioLinkTimeoutCur...........................................................................414
ServRSSI .....................................................................................................414
ServRSSI_by_Carrier_xx.............................................................................414
ServRxLevEither ..........................................................................................415
ServRxLevFull..............................................................................................415
ServRxLevFull_by_Arfcn_xx........................................................................415
ServRxLevIdle..............................................................................................415
ServRxLevIdle_by_Arfcn_xx........................................................................415
ServRxLevSub .............................................................................................415
ServRxLevSub_by_Arfcn_xx .......................................................................415
ServRxQualFull............................................................................................415
ServRxQualFull_by_Arfcn_xx......................................................................415
ServRxQualSub ...........................................................................................416
ServRxQualSub_by_Arfcn_xx .....................................................................416
ServSQE ......................................................................................................416
ServSQE_by_Carrier_xx..............................................................................416
ServSQE_xx ................................................................................................416
ServSubChannelNo .....................................................................................416
ServTCH ......................................................................................................416
ServTimeSlot ...............................................................................................416
ServTimingAdvanceActual...........................................................................416
ServTimingAdvanceActual_by_Arfcn_xx.....................................................416
ServTimingAdvanceOrdered .......................................................................417
ServTrainingSeq ..........................................................................................417

SID ...............................................................................................................417
SIEMENS_PCU_CodingScheme ................................................................417
SIEMENS_PCU_Frame_Type.....................................................................417
Signal Tone..................................................................................................417
SignalLevelGain...........................................................................................417
SignalPollCount ...........................................................................................417
SignalStrength_Alpha_xx ............................................................................417
SignalStrength_Beta_xx ..............................................................................417
SignalStrength_Delta_xx .............................................................................418
SignalStrength_Epsilon_xx..........................................................................418
SignalStrength_Face_Server Group Number..............................................418
SignalStrength_Gamma_xx.........................................................................418
SignalStrength_Omni_xx .............................................................................418
SignalStrength_Zeta_xx ..............................................................................418
SignalTone...................................................................................................418
SigProcModulesFullExpand.........................................................................418
SimpleMOS..................................................................................................418
Slot_Configuration .......................................................................................418
SlotCycleIndex .............................................................................................419
SMS_Map ....................................................................................................419
SNDCP_DataCompressed ..........................................................................419
SNDCP_FirstSegment .................................................................................419
SNDCP_FrameType ....................................................................................419
SNDCP_MoreSegments ..............................................................................419
SNDCP_NPDU_AckNumber .......................................................................419
SNDCP_NPDU_UnackNumber ...................................................................419
SNDCP_NSAPI............................................................................................419
SNDCP_PayloadCompressed.....................................................................419
SNDCP_PayloadLength ..............................................................................419
SNDCP_ProtocolCompressed.....................................................................419
SNDCP_SegmentNumber ...........................................................................420
SNDCP_ThroughputDOWNLINK ................................................................420
SNDCP_ThroughputUPLINK.......................................................................420
SoundCardNumber ......................................................................................420
Source_Stats_Descriptor.............................................................................420
SpeedKph ....................................................................................................420
SpeedMph....................................................................................................420
SSFVC .........................................................................................................420
SSRVC.........................................................................................................420
SSSTDRVC .................................................................................................420
State:Analogue_Link_Conversation ............................................................420
State:Call_Origination ..................................................................................421
State:Call_Origination_Failed ......................................................................421
State:Check_IDTC .......................................................................................421
State:DCC_Not_Running.............................................................................421
State:Digital_Link_Conversation..................................................................421
State:DTC_Not_Running .............................................................................421
State:Initial_DCC_Selection ........................................................................421
State:WAing_For Answer ............................................................................421
State:Waiting For Order ...............................................................................421
State:Waiting For Order (Incoming Call)......................................................421
StationClassMark.........................................................................................421
StatsHandoverDuration................................................................................421
StatsHandoverInterval .................................................................................422
StreamDeviceType ......................................................................................422
StreamLabel.................................................................................................422
StreamLabelShort ........................................................................................422
StreamLoadType .........................................................................................422
StreamNetworkType ....................................................................................422
StreamStartAbsTime....................................................................................422

StreamStartGMTDay ...................................................................................422
StreamStartGMTHour ..................................................................................422
StreamStartGMTMinute ...............................................................................422
StreamStartGMTMonth................................................................................422
StreamStartGMTSecond .............................................................................423
StreamStartGMTYear ..................................................................................423
StreamTypeFlags.........................................................................................423
Subflow_SDU_Size......................................................................................423
SwitchHandoverType...................................................................................423
System_Busy ...............................................................................................423
System_SystemA/B_CtoI.............................................................................423
System_SystemA/B_DCC max_0 ...............................................................423
System_SystemA/B_DCC max_1 ...............................................................423
System_SystemA/B_DCC max_2 ...............................................................423
System_SystemA/B_Interferer_Chan..........................................................424
System_SystemA/B_Interferer_RSSI ..........................................................424
System_SystemA/B_Interferer_SAT ...........................................................424
System_SystemA/B_L/U..............................................................................424
System_SystemA/B_NumOfChs_max_0 ....................................................424
System_SystemA/B_NumOfChs_max_1 ....................................................424
System_SystemA/B_NumOfChs_max_2 ....................................................424
System_SystemA/B_RSSI_max_0..............................................................424
System_SystemA/B_RSSI_max_1..............................................................425
System_SystemA/B_RSSI_max_2..............................................................425
System_SystemA/B_Set_max_0.................................................................425
System_SystemA/B_Set_max_1.................................................................425
System_SystemA/B_Set_max_2.................................................................425
System_SystemA/B_StdDev_max_0 ..........................................................425
System_SystemA/B_StdDev_max_1 ..........................................................425
System_SystemA/B_StdDev_max_2 ..........................................................425
SystemID .....................................................................................................426
SystemStartupMode ....................................................................................426
SystemType .................................................................................................426
T_ADD .........................................................................................................426
T_COMP ......................................................................................................426
T_DROP ......................................................................................................426
T_TDROP ....................................................................................................426
TA.................................................................................................................426
TargetBCCH ................................................................................................426
TargetBSIC ..................................................................................................426
TargetCAList_xx ..........................................................................................426
TargetChannelNum......................................................................................427
TargetChannelType .....................................................................................427
TargetCI .......................................................................................................427
TargetColorCode .........................................................................................427
TargetFCS_xx..............................................................................................427
TargetHandoverReference ..........................................................................427
TargetHSN ...................................................................................................427
TargetIsHopping ..........................................................................................427
TargetLAC....................................................................................................427
TargetLogicalChan.......................................................................................427
TargetLogicalChannel..................................................................................427
TargetMAIO .................................................................................................428
TargetMAList_xx ..........................................................................................428
TargetMCC ..................................................................................................428
TargetMNC ..................................................................................................428
TargetMsTxPowerOrdered ..........................................................................428
TargetNumInCAList .....................................................................................428
TargetNumInFCS.........................................................................................428
TargetNumInMAList .....................................................................................428

TargetSubChannelNo ..................................................................................428
TargetTCH ...................................................................................................428
TargetTimeSlot ............................................................................................429
TargetTrainingSeq .......................................................................................429
TCP_AckFlag...............................................................................................429
TCP_AcknowledgeNumberDL.....................................................................429
TCP_AcknowledgeNumberUL.....................................................................429
TCP_CheckSum ..........................................................................................429
TCP_DataOffset...........................................................................................429
TCP_DestinationPortDL...............................................................................429
TCP_DestinationPortUL...............................................................................429
TCP_NoMoreDataFromSenderFlag ............................................................429
TCP_PayloadLength....................................................................................429
TCP_PushFunctionFlag...............................................................................429
TCP_ResetConnectionFlag .........................................................................430
TCP_SequenceNumberDL ..........................................................................430
TCP_SequenceNumberUL ..........................................................................430
TCP_SessionId ............................................................................................430
TCP_SourcePortDL .....................................................................................430
TCP_SourcePortUL .....................................................................................430
TCP_SynSeqNoFlag....................................................................................430
TCP_ThroughputDOWNLINK......................................................................430
TCP_ThroughputUPLINK ............................................................................430
TCP_UrgentPointerField..............................................................................430
TCP_UrgentPointerFlag...............................................................................430
TCP_WindowSizeDL ...................................................................................430
TCP_WindowSizeUL ...................................................................................431
Tems_C2A_Minus1 .....................................................................................431
Tems_C2A_Minus2 .....................................................................................431
Tems_C2A_Plus1 ........................................................................................431
Tems_C2A_Plus2 ........................................................................................431
Tems_C2I_Channel_xx ...............................................................................431
Tems_C2I_Value_xx....................................................................................431
Tems_SQI....................................................................................................431
TertiarySite...................................................................................................431
TetraEvent_CallCompleted..........................................................................431
TetraEvent_CallDropped .............................................................................431
TetraEvent_LocUpdateFail ..........................................................................431
TetraEvent_LocUpdateOk ...........................................................................432
TetraEvent_OutgoingCallSetupFail .............................................................432
TetraEvent_OutgoingCallSetupOk ..............................................................432
ThresholdAttributeName ..............................................................................432
ThresholdLevel ............................................................................................432
ThresholdType .............................................................................................432
Time .............................................................................................................432
Time_For_Call_Origination_Analogue.........................................................432
Time_For_Call_Origination_Digital..............................................................432
Time_For_Cell_Reselection ........................................................................432
Time_For_Registration ................................................................................432
Time_Stamp.................................................................................................432
Time_To_Handoff ........................................................................................433
TIMEALIGN..................................................................................................433
TimeSlot#.....................................................................................................433
Timing Advance Stats ..................................................................................433
TimingAdvance ............................................................................................433
TimingAdvance vs. RxQual_DL...................................................................433
TimingAdvance vs. RxQual_UL...................................................................433
TooManyNbrWarning...................................................................................433
TotalLoopsDone...........................................................................................433
TotalLoopsToDo ..........................................................................................433

TotalReceivedBytes .....................................................................................434
TotalTransmittedBytes .................................................................................434
TotalWavesInSeq.........................................................................................434
Traffic_Class ................................................................................................434
Transfer_Delay ............................................................................................434
Tx_Audio_Mute............................................................................................434
Tx_Mute .......................................................................................................434
Tx_Power.....................................................................................................434
U_CMCE_PDU_Type ..................................................................................434
U_MM_PDU_Type.......................................................................................434
UDP_CheckSum..........................................................................................435
UDP_DatagramLength.................................................................................435
UDP_DestinationPortDL ..............................................................................435
UDP_DestinationPortUL ..............................................................................435
UDP_PayloadLength ...................................................................................435
UDP_SessionId............................................................................................435
UDP_SourcePortDL.....................................................................................435
UDP_SourcePortUL.....................................................................................435
UDP_ThroughputDOWNLINK .....................................................................435
UDP_ThroughputUPLINK............................................................................435
UL_LLC_NumOfRepeatedFrames4TimePeriod..........................................435
UL_LLC_RetransmittedFrameRate .............................................................435
UL_LLC_ThroPut .........................................................................................436
UL_LLC_ThroPut1 .......................................................................................436
UL_LLC_ThroPut2 .......................................................................................436
UL_LLC_TotalFramesTransmitted ..............................................................436
UL_LLC_TotalNumOfFrames4TimePeriod .................................................436
UL_RLC_NumOfRepeatedFrames4TimePeriod .........................................436
UL_RLC_RetransmittedBlkRate ..................................................................436
UL_RLC_ThroPut ........................................................................................436
UL_RLC_ThroPut1 ......................................................................................436
UL_RLC_ThroPut2 ......................................................................................436
UL_RLC_TotalBlksTransmitted ...................................................................436
UL_RLC_TotalNumOfFrames4TimePeriod.................................................436
ULDTXUsed.................................................................................................437
ULMeasInvalid .............................................................................................437
ULRxLevFull ................................................................................................437
ULRxLevFull_by_Arfcn_xx ..........................................................................437
ULRxLevSub................................................................................................437
ULRxLevSub_by_Arfcn_xx..........................................................................437
ULRxQualFull...............................................................................................437
ULRxQualFull_by_Arfcn_xx.........................................................................437
ULRxQualSub ..............................................................................................437
ULRxQualSub_by_Arfcn_xx ........................................................................437
Unexpected_Registration_OK .....................................................................438
UnitAddress .................................................................................................438
Unsupported MDM attributes.......................................................................438
User_Plane_Mode .......................................................................................439
Valid .............................................................................................................440
VehicleModel ...............................................................................................440
VehicleReg...................................................................................................440
VMAC...........................................................................................................440
Voice_Coder_Map .......................................................................................440
Voice_Privacy_Mode_Map ..........................................................................440
VoiceRadioGroup.........................................................................................440
WaveFormatAvgBytesPerSec .....................................................................440
WaveFormatBitsPerSample ........................................................................440
WaveFormatBlockAlign................................................................................440
WaveFormatChannels .................................................................................440
WaveFormatDescription ..............................................................................441

WaveFormatSamplesPerSec ......................................................................441
WaveFormatTagCode..................................................................................441
WaveFormatTagName.................................................................................441
WCDMA_Aggregate_Ec_for_SC_xx ...........................................................441
WCDMA_Aggregate_EcIo_for_SC_xx ........................................................441
WCDMA_Delay_Spread_for_SC_xx ...........................................................441
WCDMA_Ec_for_Nth_Best_SC_xx .............................................................441
WCDMA_Ec_for_SC_xx ..............................................................................441
WCDMA_EcIo_Avg_For_SC_xx .................................................................441
WCDMA_EcIo_for_Nth_Best_SC_xx ..........................................................441
WCDMA_EcIo_for_SC_xx...........................................................................441
WCDMA_EcIo_Max_For_SC_xx.................................................................442
WCDMA_EcIo_Min_For_SC_xx..................................................................442
WCDMA_EcIo_User_Specified_For_SC_xx ...............................................442
WCDMA_Io ..................................................................................................442
WCDMA_Measurement_Channel_Count....................................................442
WCDMA_RSCP_Avg_For_SC_xx...............................................................442
WCDMA_RSCP_Max_For_SC_xx ..............................................................442
WCDMA_RSCP_Min_For_SC_xx ...............................................................442
WCDMA_RSCP_User_Specified_For_SC_xx ............................................442
WCDMA_SC_for_Nth_Best_SC_xx ............................................................442
WCDMA_SC_List_xx...................................................................................442
WCDMA_Scanner_Frequency ....................................................................442
WCDMA_SIR_Avg_For_SC_xx...................................................................443
WCDMA_SIR_Max_For_SC_xx ..................................................................443
WCDMA_SIR_Min_For_SC_xx ...................................................................443
WCDMA_SIR_User_Specified_For_SC_xx ................................................443
WeakPilotWarning .......................................................................................443
Win_A ..........................................................................................................443
Win_N ..........................................................................................................443
Win_R ..........................................................................................................443
Window_Size_Pilot_Scan............................................................................443
Window_Size_Temporal_Scan....................................................................443
XXX_Cells....................................................................................................443
Zk_After_CDMA_HO_AggregateEc/Io ........................................................443
Zk_After_CDMA_HO_BaseID .....................................................................444
Zk_After_CDMA_HO_ChNum .....................................................................444
Zk_After_CDMA_HO_DCC .........................................................................444
Zk_After_CDMA_HO_Ec/Io_for_PN_xx ......................................................444
Zk_After_CDMA_HO_NetworkID ................................................................444
Zk_After_CDMA_HO_PN ............................................................................444
Zk_After_CDMA_HO_PowerLevel ..............................................................444
Zk_After_CDMA_HO_RSSI.........................................................................444
Zk_After_CDMA_HO_SAT ..........................................................................444
Zk_After_CDMA_HO_SystemID..................................................................444
Zk_After_CDMA_HO_TxGainAdjust............................................................445
Zk_After_CDMA_HO_TxPower ...................................................................445
Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_AggregateEc/Io .....................................................445
Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_AnlgPwrLevel ........................................................445
Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_BaseID ..................................................................445
Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_ChNum ..................................................................445
Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_DCC ......................................................................445
Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_Ec/Io_for_PN_xx ...................................................445
Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_FER .......................................................................445
Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_NetworkID .............................................................445
Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_PN .........................................................................446
Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_RSSI......................................................................446
Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_SAT .......................................................................446
Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_SystemID...............................................................446
Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_TxGainAdjust.........................................................446

Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_TxPower ................................................................446
Zk_CDMA_Ph_ChNum................................................................................446
GLOSSARY ........................................................................................................................... 447
INDEX .................................................................................................................................... 458

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Alt,V

This means that you press and release one key (Alt), then press
another key (V).

Showing the contents panel


From the Help window, click the Show button
close the contents panel, click Hide

to open the left hand contents panel. To

Context-sensitive help
This displays help appropriate to your current screen selection, and is primarily available for
attributes within the Workspace Explorer.
Favourite help pages
From the Help window, click the Favourites tab to display a list of stored help pages. Initially
this will be empty, but if you click Add, the current help page will be added to the list.
Back to the start
If you want to return to the Helps title page, click Home
If you want to return to the previous page, click Back

.
.

Print
Click Print

to print the selected page or all pages in the selected heading.

Whats new
Whats new in version 4.1
This is a major new release of Analyzer resulting from direct user feedback gathered through
customer visits, training sessions and software support.
The release is primarily focused on enabling those technologies which were not supported in
Analyzer 4.0:

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GSM

GPRS

Abis, A, Gb (PCM Link)

TETRA

Improvements have also been made in these areas:

PCM Link improvements in 4.1


PCM Link logs such as GSM A, Abis and GPRS Gb are usually too large to fully load in to
Analyzer. By default, Analyzer partially loads files of this type, and calculates the results of
load time queries as it scans through them.
Collections of these Load Time Queries, focused on a particular area of analysis, are
provided with 4.1. These collections are called Scenarios, and must be selected before
loading a logfile to allow access to the related Load Time Queries and Analysis Pack Reports
.

See also the sections on Abis Call Analysis and Protocol Stack Browser.

Analysis Pack Reports - new in 4.1


An application pack is a structured collection of reports and queries based around a particular
type of analysis. On selecting an application pack, this window displays logfile data and a
selection of appropriate reports. By manipulating the data and selecting a particular row or
rows, you can narrow down the data to display in the report.

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Double-clicking a report icon displays the appropriate report window.

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Note the output methods available for the report. The Save button lets you save the report as
a web-style HTML file.
CDMA Drive Test application packs

Summary Reports

Distant Server Analysis

Cluster Optimization

Event Inspection

GSM Drive Test application packs

Design Validation and Quick Analysis

Handover Settings and Power Control

GSM A application packs

General Analysis

Handover Analysis

Subscriber Analysis

Quick Analysis

GSM Abis application packs

Balance and Sensitivity

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Network Design

Traffic Handovers and Failures

Throughput Analysis

Event Inspection

GPRS Gb application packs

Signaling Analysis

iDEN Drive Test application packs

Summary Reports

TDMA Drive Test application packs

Summary Reports

See also the section PCM Link improvements in 4.1.

Load Time Queries - new in 4.1


Files can now be opened under partial load, so that only relevant data attributes are loaded.
Users can now create queries that are actioned when a file is loaded under these conditions.
For more information, see Export as Load Time query.
In the Analysis Manager, the Crosstab and Event query dialogs have been simplified for extra
ease-of-use.
See also the section PCM Link improvements in 4.1.

StateForms - new in 4.1


New user-definable dialogs called StateForms are available for reporting various data
attributes as you select data points in maps, charts, and so on. Default StateForms are
available for CDMA, GSM, IS-136 and iDEN.

See also the section Create a new StateForm.

Replay - new in 4.1


Analyzer can now replay log files. Simply specify the speed and start the Replay. Watch as
the data views update to indicate the movement of the mobile through the network.

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Analysis Manager - enhancements in 4.1

New Event Query

Wizard dialog interfaces revised for enhanced usability - see Analysis Manager

Can now generate Load Time Queries

Statistics Explorer - new features in 4.1


The Statistics Explorer view allows you to view statistics by cell site, PN, frequency, channel
and so on.
The views new Filter capability lets you quickly filter a stream (and all views referring to that
stream) by simply selecting the criteria in the Statistics Explorer and clicking Filter .
See also the chapter Statistics Explorer and the section Abis Call Analysis.

Maps - new features in 4.1

Cell sites are now automatically displayed when you view a map.

A symbol is now displayed, indicating the position of the cell site.

Cell sites and sectors can now be labeled independently.

Lines to cells can be configured to indicate the color of the serving sector (channel
and so on). Labels on the lines to cells can be configured to provide valuable RF
information.

Modifications to the legend are now saved automatically.

Modifying legend ranges is now more intuitive thanks to a redesigned Modify Ranges
dialog.

Automatic offset of multiple layers.

See also the Maps chapter.

Map Printing - new in 4.1


This release of Analyzer builds upon the MapInfo printing engine by providing a flexible
print configuration screen. This allows you to move and resize the map, title and legend on
the printed page. A header and footer can be specified including page number, time, date and
so on. The map in the print configuration is interactive, so if the map doesn't look quite right,
you can zoom in, zoom out, or pan.

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Page Layout The page layout process is much simpler, automatically calculating
the ideal layout for the user's printer and paper preference.

Page Extents These are now displayed so you have a visual indication of the edge
of the page.

Page Ruler This is displayed to help you lay out the Map, Legend and Title.

Title Properties You can configure the font, color and border.

Legend Entries in the Legend can be renamed to make the output easier to
understand.

See also the section Print a map.

Custom Attributes in 4.1


Custom Attributes have been made easier to use in 4.1, with information provided in the
online help on how to create your own custom attribute files.
See also the sections Use Custom Attributes and Create Custom Attributes.

Commuter Licensing in 4.1


This licensing mode is similar to Network Licensing, except that the server maintains a
common pool of licenses. Licenses can be commuted onto workstations, which can then be
used off-site for a maximum of 30 days. When workstations are reconnected to the network,
the licenses can be returned to the pool and made available for other users. Licenses also
automatically return to the pool on expiry. Commuter mode can be used at the same time as
network licensing, or on its own.
To commute a license
1 From the Windows Start menu, select Programs | Actix | Commute a License
to open the Actix License Commuting Utility:

If you have one or more currently Commuted Licenses, you must click Return All
Licenses.

Select an appropriate license and type in the number of days until the license is
to end (the default is 30).

Click Commute License.

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CDMA Event Detection in 4.1


The Analyzers CDMA event detection engine is used to identify key network events in CDMA
IS-95, IS95-B and IS.2000 networks. This is accomplished by monitoring the air interface
messaging. Using this messaging, the handsets state can be tracked as it moves between
Idle, Origination, and Dedicated states.

Idle State This is the state that the phone is in, before a call is originated or
received. After a call is terminated through normal or abnormal means, it returns to
the Idle State.

Origination State This is the state that the phone is in after an Origination or Page
Response is sent on the access channel, but before the forward and reverse traffic
channels are active.

Dedicated State (Conversation) This is the state that the phone is in, after
transmission has started on both the forward and reverse traffic channels.
The start state is the default state for all phones until an air interface message is
received. Based on this message, the phone is immediately transitioned to the
appropriate state. This is to account for log files where the phone is already in
origination or conversation.

Technical Reference
Call Completed
This attribute indicates successful outgoing call initiations triggered by the following sequence
of messages:

Origination or Enhanced Origination message

Followed by a Service Connect or a Service Connect Completion message

Call Dropped
This attribute indicates abnormal call terminations triggered by the following sequence of
events:

Outgoing Call Setup OK or Incoming Call Setup OK (defined below)

Not followed by a Forward Release Order

Followed by a return to the Sync Channel

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Call Setup Time


Call Setup time provides the difference in time between the Service Connect Completion
message and the associated Origination, Enhanced Origination, or Page Response message.
CDMA Call Id
Call ID provides an integer identifier for each call in a log file.
CDMA Call Type
CDMA Call Type provides a description for each call in a log file:
0
1
2
3
4
5

Outgoing Call Successfully Terminated


Incoming Call Successfully Terminated
Outgoing Call Failed Initiation
Incoming Call Failed Initiation
Outgoing Call Dropped
Incoming Call Dropped

CDMA to AMPS Handoff Fail


This attribute indicates failed handoff attempts for mobiles handing off from a CDMA system
to an AMPS system. This attribute is triggered by the following sequence of messages:

Analog Handoff Direction message

Not followed by an Extended Handoff Completion message

Followed by another Analog Handoff Direction message

CDMA to AMPS Handoff OK


This attribute indicates successful handoff attempts for mobiles handing off from a CDMA
system to an AMPS system. This attribute is triggered by the following sequence of
messages:

Analog Handoff Direction message

Followed by an Extended Handoff Completion

Handoff Interval
Handoff Interval provides the difference in time between the sequential Handoff events.
Handoff OK
This attribute indicates handoff events for mobiles handing off within the same carrier of a
CDMA system. This attribute is triggered by the following sequence of messages:

Extended Handoff Direction, Universal Handoff Direction, or General Handoff


Direction messages

Followed by a Handoff Completion or Extended Handoff Completion messages

Handoff Time
Handoff Time provides the difference in time between the Handoff Completion, or Extended
Handoff Completion messages and the associated Extended Handoff Direction, Universal
Handoff Direction, or General Handoff Direction messages.
Hard Handoff OK
This attribute indicates successful hard handoff attempts for mobiles handing off between
carriers or CDMA systems. This attribute is triggered by the following sequence of messages:

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Extended Handoff Direction, Universal Handoff Direction, or General Handoff


Direction messages with a Hard_Included Flag set to True

Followed by a Handoff Completion or Extended Handoff Completion message in


response to the previously identified Direction message

Hard Handoff Retry


This attribute indicates a retransmission of a hard handoff command for mobiles handing off
between carriers or CDMA systems. This attribute is triggered by the following sequence of
messages:

Extended Handoff Direction, Universal Handoff Direction, or General Handoff


Direction messages with a Hard_Included Flag set to True

Followed by another Extended Handoff Direction, Universal Handoff Direction, or


General Handoff Direction messages with a Hard_Included Flag set to True without
receiving a Handoff Completion or Extended Handoff Completion message

Incoming Call Fail


This attribute indicates failed incoming call attempts triggered by the following sequence of
messages:

Page Response message

Not followed by a Service Connect Completion

Followed by another Page Response message or a transition back to Idle mode

Incoming Call OK
This attribute indicates successful incoming call initiations triggered by the following sequence
of messages:

Page Response message

Followed by a either a Service Connect or Service Connect Completion message

Outgoing Call Fail


This attribute indicates failed outgoing call initiations triggered by the following sequence of
messages:

Origination or Enhanced Origination message

Not followed by a Service Connect Completion message

Followed by an Origination message or a transition back to idle mode

Outgoing Call OK
This attribute indicates successful outgoing call initiations triggered by the following sequence
of messages:

Origination or Enhanced Origination message

Followed by a Service Connect or a Service Connect Completion message


When determining hand-off events, the HDM_SEQ and LAST_HDM_SEQ
counters are used to ensure that the correct events are identified.

Other enhancements in 4.1

PCM Link Superstreaming

Workspace Explorer - you can now delete files from the current workspace.

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Many new file formats and file format enhancements - see the Release Notes for
details.

Whats new in version 4.0


Additional installation requirements for 4.0
To run correctly, Actix Analyzer requires Service Pack 6 for Windows NT 4.0, and Internet
Explorer version 5.5 to be present.

If using Windows NT 4.0, install Service Pack 6a, which is included on the installation
CD-ROM.

Now start the Analyzer installation. If the installation routine finds that the current
version of Internet Explorer is earlier than version 5.5, it runs the IE5.5 upgrade
program from the CD-ROM. The Analyzer installation resumes once IE5.5 installation
is complete.

Licensing in 4.0

Actix Analyzer version 4.0 has a new licensing system. A single key file (lservrc)
activates all licenses on standalone or network-licensed copies of Analyzer. Users
upgrading standalone versions of Analyzer that used the axv licensing system can
keep their existing axv license files, but users with network-licensed systems must
contact Actix Support for new license files and install using the new licensing system.

Workspace layout in 4.0


Workspace Explorer

The Workspace Explorer window now contains a Favorites tab that allows users to
collect frequently used attributes for easy access. See About the Workspace
Explorer.

Network Images (see below) are also displayed within the Workspace Explorer
window, underneath Loaded Data Files. See 'Network Images - new'.

Filters can be defined and combined using AND/OR by right-clicking on a data


stream. See Filter Query example.

Docking windows in the workspace

Windows in the Analyzer workspace can be docked and undocked that is,
merged and detached from the Analyzer interface, which can save space and reduce
visual clutter. The Workspace Explorer is started within Analyzer as a docked
window. See About the Workspace Explorer.

Viewing tool enhancements in 4.0


Charts

Chart windows display attribute data in series or histogram modes, using the default
method for each attribute. This mode can be switched as required. See About charts.

Maps

Map windows now contain a legend pane by default. This pane allows easy control
over the appearance of each displayed data attribute. See About maps.

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Multidimensional attribute mapping using color, size and shape.

MapInfo files accepted.

Tables new tool

This new tool allows users to display text and numeric data, with tabs allowing the
data to be viewed in series, histogram or statistical form. See About tables.

Microsoft Excel - new in 4.0

The old workbook system has been replaced with Microsoft Excel (which must be
purchased and installed separately). The creation and compilation of reports is also
carried out using Excel. See About workbooks.

Analysis Manager replaces Query Manager in 4.0

The Analysis Manager replaces the old Query Manager as a tool for creating and
managing user-defined, XML-based queries. See About the Analysis Manager.

Multidimensional queries are replaced by the new Crosstab query. See About
Crosstab Queries.

The user interface for query definition has been streamlined and simplified.

Statistics Explorer - new in 4.0

The Statistics Explorer is a brand-new tool for version 4 that allows a top-down
analysis of Crosstab queries. Columns can be re-ordered to provide new groupings of
data. See About the Statistics Explorer.

Network Images - new in 4.0

Another new tool for version 4, Network Images allow users to collate data from
multiple files without loading each entire file. This can provide a mechanism for,
amongst other uses, network comparison against a previously defined benchmark.
See Network Image.

CDMA Toolkit - new in 4.0

A new Analyzer window that provides the user with many types of CDMA analysis.

CDMA StateTip - new in 4.0

Another CDMA window that accepts data from a scanner or handset source and
provides feedback on any selected data point.

Network Explorer - new in 4.0

Allows the user to import, display and edit network information for use with Analyzer.

Preferences dialog - new in 4.0

The new Preferences dialog, accessed from the Tools menu, replaces the old multitabbed Options dialog with a simpler tree-structured approach. See Preferences
dialog..

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Superstreaming change in 4.0


Event fingerprinting is no longer available.

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Getting Started
Introducing Analyzer
Actix Analyzer provides an extremely versatile PC-based solution that accepts network
performance data from all mobile technologies. Engineers, technicians and operations
management staff can have a transparent view of network performance, both of home and
competitive networks. Analyzer addresses a wide range of applications, including:

Network performance optimisation

Feature testing

Service validation

Problem diagnosis and analysis

Network bench-marking

Competitive analysis to protect your subscriber base and exploit potential new
services

Analyzer provides many ways to display network performance data, including maps, charts
and spreadsheets. Complex analytical procedures can be generated and stored for use later
as required. This allows you to build up a library of analysis tools, customized to suit your
network and related engineering practices. Using drive test or call trace/reverse link data, you
can:

Plot events and other drive test data to solve trouble tickets and customer complaints

Determine coverage holes and ensure minimum signal strengths

Troubleshoot specific geographical areas

Detect interference areas

Perform competitive analysis and benchmarking

Analyze speech quality measurements

Visualize uplink data on maps

Calculate the path balance between uplink and downlink data sources

Managing data
Import data
Analyzer allows you to load log files from most data collection formats. However, if Analyzer
does not support your data collection device, you can import the data as an ASCII text file
using Analyzers text file import wizard.
Network configuration data
You can easily import cell site data and key configuration parameters from planning tools
using the Network Explorer, which provides a link to all network data.
Batch processing and data storage
Analyzers Network Image data import facility allows you process multiple data files at the
same time. The results of analysis sessions can be saved for network trend analysis.

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Visualizing data
Problem
1

Manage the data

Open data files


Import text files
Batch-load data

Filter the data

Filters
Workspace Explorer
Favorites

View the data

Maps, Charts, Tables, Workbooks


Replay, Synchronized data views
StateForms, Statistics Explorer
Message Browser

Record results

Print workbooks, maps, charts


Save workspace
Export as text file

Solution

Analyzing data
Problem
5

Manage the data

Open data files


Import text files
Merge data files
Batch-load data

Find problem areas


using top-level predefined reports

Application Packs
CDMA StateTip
CDMA Toolkit
Histograms, Tables

Isolate problem areas


using ad hoc methods to
drill down into the data

Filters, Analyses
Workbooks, Message Browser
Synchronized data views
Statistics Explorer

Record results

Print workbooks, maps, charts


Save workspace
Export as text file

Solution

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Optimizing networks
Application Packs
Analyzer provides a set of pre-configured reports, each concentrating on a particular type of
network analysis. These application packs distil advanced analysis techniques into simple,
comprehensive spreadsheet reports, ready for immediate use by staff of all levels of
experience.
Application packs are provided for CDMA, GSM drive-test analysis, A, Abis and Gb (GPRS),
TDMA and iDEN.
CDMA Toolkit
The CDMA Toolkit utility provides a task bar designed to automate key CDMA optimization
tasks. A familiar task-based layout allows you to quickly perform these tasks:

Search Window analysis

Neighbor List analysis

Optimize coverage areas

Analyze multi-carrier statistics

The Toolkit outputs a series of web-based reports, which can be saved and printed for
managerial use.

Workspaces
About workspaces
In Analyzer, the workspace constitutes all data display windows within the Analyzer
application window, together with the Workspace Explorer.

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When you start Analyzer, you start with an empty workspace, but you can load a previously
saved workspace. A workspace contains the layout of all windows plus all loaded data files
and all defined items such as reports and queries.

About the Workspace Explorer


The Workspace Explorer windowon the left of the Analyzer application windowgraphically
displays all loaded data files and the data contained within each file. The example on the right
also shows the Attribute Help window docked underneath. This provides help on attributes as
they are selected in the Workspace Explorer.
The logical groupings in the tree-view layout let you drill down to all logged data held under
the Loaded Data Files section. Loaded files are at the highest level, with data streams
produced for each logging device, and data groups, sets and attributes displayed at lower
levels:

You can view stream messages in the Message Browser window by right-clicking on them
and selecting Display Message Browser from the pop-up menu. You can open option
menus for most objects in the Workspace Explorer.

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Click on the plus and minus signs in front of an object to open and close that part of the tree.
Opening a branch displays any objects at a lower level in the structure.

Although the Workspace Explorer looks similar to the Microsoft Windows


Explorer, the structure shown under a log file is a logical display of datathere is
no corresponding set of files or folders on your hard drive.

Once you have found the appropriate data attribute, you can use the mouse to drag and drop
the attribute from the Workspace Explorer onto a data display window. This window can be a
map, chart, spreadsheet or table, and can also be opened by right-clicking on an attribute and
selecting an option.

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When examining the data from a drive test, you may want to step through each data point in
sequence. The Replay Control allows you to do this.
Maps, charts, tables and the Message Browser are synchronized, so that if you click on a
data point, message or row of data, the equivalent point is displayed in each open window.
Analyzer can also produce data streams based on its own manipulation of the data in a
logfile. These are called superstreams.
In the example below, a drive test and a call trace file have been superstreamed, so that
uplink data can be displayed on a map.

You can also superstream PCM Link data (for example, an Abis file) with drive test data.

At the bottom of the Workspace Explorer window are two tabs, All and Favorites.

The All tab shows all items displayed in the Workspace Explorer.

The Favorites tab shows only certain user-defined attributes, selected by rightclicking on an attribute and selecting Add To Favorites. You may find this useful if
you only regularly use a few particular attributes.

You can also right-click on the attribute to open a pop-up command list. From this list you can
select various display options for the attribute.

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Use workspaces
To

Do this

Create a new workspace

Select File | New Workspace

Open an existing
workspace

Select File | Open Workspace

Save a workspace

Select File | Save Workspace As


Select File | Save Workspace
All loaded data files and positions of all data display windows
such as maps and chartsand their contents.

Add an attribute to the


Favorites tab

Right-click on an attribute and select Add To Favorites. Selected


attributes appear in the Favorites tab:

Apply an existing
workspace profile

Select a profile from the list on the toolbar:

Save the existing


workspace as a
workspace profile

Select File | Save Profile.

Delete a workspace
profile

Select File | Delete Profile.

Open a data file

From the File menu, select Open Logfile

The name of the data file now appears in the Workspace Explorer window under
Loaded Data Files. You can now click on and open out the files data structure.

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Import a text file


From the File menu, select Import Text File to open the Text File Import Wizard.
For each step of the Wizard, enter the appropriate information and click Next to proceed.
1

Select the name of the text file to import.


If an Import Configuration was saved from a previous text import, you have the
option to use it for this import.

Select the delimiters to separate the data fields. The Data Preview pane shows
the raw data, with lines indicating how the data will be separated.
If appropriate, select First line contains attribute names to automatically name
each data column. Analyzer will select appropriate formatting and binning options
where possible.

If you did not select the First line option, click on each data field and enter an
Attribute name or select on from the attribute picker (shown below).

You can also change the default formatting and binning options.

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Bin operation

Does this for each bin

Count

Returns the number of values.

Mean

Returns the average value.

Linear Mean

Converts log values to linear values, averages the


result, then converts this average linear value back to
a log value.

GSM RxQual

As Linear Mean, but used for RxQual values ranging


from 0-7.

Max

Returns the highest value.

Most

Returns the most frequent value.

Most Hold

As Most but retains the last value. Used for attributes


where values are reported infrequently.

If desired, save the Import Configuration defined in this Wizard, and click Finish
to complete the import.
The text file is displayed in the Workspace Explorer just like any other data file.

Run an analysis on the data


Once you have loaded a logfile, you can select an analysis type, which allows you to run one
or more pre-configured analysis reports.
1

From the Analysis menu, select an appropriate analysis.


The Application Pack dialog opens to show network information with related
information derived from the logfile data. Potential problem areas are highlighted
in red.

Select one or more problem network elements from this view.


This narrows down the data to be included in a report (useful for A/Abis files or
any large files).
Underneath the top section of the dialog is a tabbed section containing icons for
each report within the analysis. The Suggested tab shows all reports appropriate
to the currently selected network elements. The All tab shows all available reports
for the analysis, regardless of suitability for the selected data.

Double-click a report icon to open a report window on the selected data.

From here you can Save the report as a web (*htm) page, Print the report or
open it in Excel by clicking Show Excel Report.

Show a menu of attribute options

From the Workspace Explorer, right-click on an attribute to show a pop-up menu. This
menu lists all the options that you can perform involving this attribute.

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View an attribute in a data window


1

From the Workspace Explorer, right-click on the attribute to open a pop-up menu.

Select one of the Display options.

The attribute now appears in a new data window of the selected type.
If a chart window is already open, you can also drag an attribute from the
Workspace Explorer and drop it onto an existing data window.

Use the Replay Control


1

From the Workspace Explorer, select the stream name.

From the Tools menu, select Display Replay to open the Replay Control dialog.

Click on the buttons to move forwards and backwards by one data point at a time,
or at a selectable speed through the data. A bar at the bottom of the dialog shows
the current position within the file.

Use StateForms
While examining data on a map, you can also view data attributes for the same data point by
using the StateForms tool.
1

From the Tools menu, select Display StateForms.

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In the map window, click Select

and select a data point.

The StateForms window now displays a variety of attributes based on the data
point you selected. The default GSM form looks similar to this:

Advanced users can use the Design Mode of this feature to create new forms for
other technologies.
If you have more than one stream that you want to view using the StateForm,
right-click on the StateForm window and select Stream Selector. This displays a
drop-down menu at the top of the window from which you can select another data
stream.

Create a new StateForm


1

From the Tools menu, select Display StateForms to open a StateForm window.

Right-click on the StateForm window to display the StateForm menu.

From the menu, select Design Mode to switch on StateForm editing.

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The StateForm window will look similar to this:

Along the top of the window are buttons for Cutting, Pasting and Deleting objects.
Next to these are buttons for Selecting objects, and for creating Text, Attribute
Value, Array Attribute Value and Attribute Bar objects plus a Group Box for
visually dividing up the StateForm.
The Design Mode area that represents the final StateForm is indicated by a
background of dots.
On the right of the window, display characteristics are shown for a selected object
(in this example, an Attribute Bar in the upper right of the StateForm has been
selected).

To create a new form


1 Right-click on the StateForm window again to display the StateForm menu.
2

Select New File to create a new form.


You can also Open an existing file or Save the current file.

To create a new object on the form


1 Click (on either) Text, Attribute Value, Array Attribute Value or Attribute Bar.
2

In the Design Mode area, click and drag to create a new object.
This object will now appear highlighted, with its characteristics shown in the panel
on the right.

Click in the empty field under Attribute and type in a data attribute name or
select one from the attribute picker.

Change any other characteristics for the object as required.

To create a new sheet for the file


A form can have more than one sheet, to correspond to different modes of
analysis.
1

Right-click on the StateForm window and select New Sheet.

Design this sheet in the normal way.

Save the form.

To select a different sheet from a form


1 Right-click on the StateForm window and select Sheet Selector.

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This displays a drop-down list of all available sheets in the current form.

Select the required sheet.

View a data stream in the Message Browser


1

From the Workspace Explorer, right-click on the data stream to display a pop-up
menu.

Select Display Message Browser. The data stream now appears in the
Message Browser window.

View the results of a query


1

From the Workspace Explorer windows Queries heading, select the appropriate
query.

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Right-click on the query to display the pop-up option menu.

Select the desired choice from the menu.

Export data to a file


You may want to export data from Analyzer to a file.
1

From the File menu, select Export as Text to open the Export Wizard.

For each step of the Wizard, enter the appropriate information and click Next to
proceed.
Wizard Step 1select the data stream that you want to export data from.
Wizard Step 2select one or more data attributes that are to be exported.
Wizard Step 3specify the export format using the options provided:
Data Process Method choose whether or not to use the current binning
settings on the data before it is exported.
Delimiter Type select how you want each data item to be separated.
Hold last valid value check to cause the last valid data value that was
exported to be re-exported when an invalid value is encountered.
Export time as absolute time check to force time attribute data to be exported
in absolute time in the format hh:mm:ss dd-mm-yyyy. By default, when exporting
the time attribute the time data is exported in relative time.
Write column heading as first line check to generate a header containing the
names of all the attributes.
Output unit type check to include the unit type in the header.
Export to File enter the location and the name of the output file.

Click Finish to write the text file using the specified format.

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Merge data streams


1

From the Tools menu, select Create Superstream to open the Superstreaming
dialog. This dialog shows all currently available data streams.

Check each data stream that you want to combine as a superstream.

Click Settings to expand the dialog.

Select the Merge Method settings:


Use timestamps this uses timestamp data within each stream to synchronize
the data.
Event Fingerprinting events common to each stream are used to combine the
data streams.
Correlated Parameters use specified data attributes to correlate the data
streams. To achieve a strong correlation, choose attributes that represent the
same measurement on the uplink and downlink, as shown in this example of
superstreaming GSM drive test and call-trace data streams:

Time Offsets select this to apply a shift to the time value for one of the
streams. This is a good option for superstreaming mobile and land-based log files
collected using speech quality equipment.

Click OK to start the superstreaming.

Superstream PCM Link and Drive Test data


PCM Link data, for example from A, Abis or Gb logfiles can be combined with drive test data
collected simultaneously. This allows the GPS coordinates from the drive test to be matched
to the uplink information, so the uplink information or the difference between uplink and
downlink information can then be plotted on a map.
1

From the Tools menu, select Choose Scenario to open the Attach Load Time
Queries dialog.

Select an appropriate Load Time Query (e.g. Abis Call Analysis).

Now Open the PCM Link file and the drive test file to be superstreamed.

From the Tools menu, select Superstream PCMLink/DT to open the PCMLink/Drive Test Superstreaming dialog.

Select the appropriate Drive Test stream(s).

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Select the appropriate PCM-Link stream(s).

Select the appropriate Search Method settings for synchronizing the data
streams.

Click OK to begin the Superstreaming process.


When the process is complete, the superstream is displayed in the Workspace
Explorer, and the normal data displays (maps, charts, tables, analysis reports)
may be used to examine the data.

Use Load Time Queries


When using PCM link data fromfor exampleA/Abis or Gb logfiles, you may find that the
most of the data in these files is not relevant to your requirements. Load Time Queries allow
you to only load the data that you need for your analyses.
For more details, see 'Export as Load Time query'.

Workspace toolbar reference


This control

Does this

New Workspace

Discards the current workspace for an empty


workspace.

Open Workspace

Discards the current workspace for a specified


workspace.

Save Workspace

Saves the current workspace as an .xml file.

Attach Query

Specifies the Load Time Queries to filter subsequently


opened PCM link logfiles.

Open Logfile

Loads a specified logfile.


Applies the specified Workspace Profile layout for
maps, charts and so on to the workspace.

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Preferences dialog
Setting

Notes

CellRefs

Use File Location to specify the text file containing network element
data. The information from the specified file takes effect from the next
time a new workspace is created.

General Settings
GPS Interpolation

This takes effect from the next time a file is loaded.


Drive-test data is often affected by inaccuracies in GPS navigation
devices. These inaccuracies can be caused in various waysoften
through the selective availability artificially introduced into the system
for civilian signals, but also by atmospheric conditions and operation in
urban areas where the line-of-sight to GPS satellites changes very
quickly. The end results are jumps or gaps in the positioning of the
data. If the distance over time between consecutive points exceeds a
threshold (Distance Units) and GPS Interpolation is checked,
Analyzer estimates the actual position of the data.

Distance Units

This takes effect immediately.


This defines the distance threshold used for GPS Interpolation.

Time Offsets

This takes effect from the next time a file is loaded.


Switch or Mobile time offsets are used to shift the start time of call
trace files taken in various parts of the world so that they can be
viewed in other time zones properly.

Binning

These settings take effect immediately, and affect files that are
currently loaded.

Binning Mode

TimeThis mode combines data in the time domain. Data points are
generated in increments of time, with the duration of each increment
determined by the setting Time (ms).
LocationThis mode groups data into bins in a spatial grid. The
Location settings are used to define the grid.
DistanceThe Distance bin mode combines data in bins
corresponding to distance traveled by the test mobile. The Distance
setting defines this bin size.
MessageThis mode combines data with respect to the timing of
received messages. When this mode is selected, Analyzer combines
data within bins, defined by the time stamps of sequential messages
logged by the test mobile.

Time (ms)

If using the Time Binning Mode, this specified the duration in


milliseconds of each bin size.

Distance (m)

If using the Distance Binning Mode, this specifies the bin size in units
of meters from the first point in the data file.

Message

If using the Message Binning Mode, this specifies the number of


messages over which the data will be averaged.

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Setting

Notes

Location

These settings are used for the Location Binning Mode.

Projection

The units of the X Size and Y Size will depend on the Projection
method selected here.

X Size / Y Size

These define the X and Y widths of each cell in the grid for the
Location Binning Mode.
Map projection systems such as WGS84 will require that the grid size
must be entered in units of seconds (of latitude and longitude). With
local-grid co-ordinate systems such as UK NGR, all values are entered
in units of meters X being the Easting value and Y the Northing.

Decode Settings

These values take effect from the next time a file is loaded.

Minimum Valid
Signal Level
(dBm)

Defines the minimum threshold for which an RSSI is valid. On loading


a log file, Analyzer will filter out signals below this user-defined range.

Ec/Io Threshold
for Delay (dB)

Used to calculate the threshold at which multipath components are


counted in the delay histograms for the Active, Candidate, Neighbor,
and Remaining sets from the searcher finger data.

Scan Resolution
(chips)

Defines how often measurements are reported, measured in chips.

Number of
multipaths

Defines the number of multipaths that will be extracted and displayed


in the Workspace Explorer.

Scanner Scan
Resolution

Defines how often scanner measurements are reported, measured in


chips.

Pilot Increment

Used to calculate the PN Offset (units of 64 chips) associated with the


PN Phase (units of chips) data reported in the CDMA air-interface
messaging. PN Offset is calculated by dividing the PILOT_PN_PHASE
by 64 and then rounding to the closest integer multiple of the PN
increment entered. This feature forces all PN Offsets calculated to be
part of a valid PN reuse plan.

Too Many
Neighbors
Threshold

Defines the maximum number of entries in the neighbor lists. When


neighbor list entries in the air interface messaging exceed this
threshold, an event (TooManyNeighbors) is displayed in the
Workspace Explorer and a warning message is indicated in the
*.warning output file.

Weak Ec/Io Pilot


Threshold

Defines when the best server pilot has dropped beneath a tolerable
threshold and is considered weak. This displays an event
(WeakPilotAlert) in the Workspace Explorer and in the warning file.

Display Cell
Identity as Hex

Check the box to display the Cell Identity (CI) in hexadecimal (rather
than decimal) in the Message Browser.

No of Frame
Errors in a Burst

Defines the size of a burst for Burst Error Rate calculations (time
series parameter: For_FBER).

Searcher
Threshold

The dB threshold for reporting QUALCOMM Searcher data is set to


15dB. This control is no longer used.

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Setting

Notes

Ec/Io Threshold
(dB)

Determines whether a multipath component may be evaluated and


displayed in the Workspace Explorer. The Explorer will only display
the top n multipaths, where n is the Number of multipaths.

PCM Link
Load Mode

This is used for PCM Link data such as A, Abis and Gb files. Select
between:
Minimal (default) - Only loads data produced by the currently attached
Load Time Queries.
Full - Loads the entire file.

A/Abis

This setting takes effect from the next time a file is loaded.

A-interface file
standard

ITU (Europe) / ANSI (USA)

Agilent

These settings take effect from the next time a file is loaded.

Show Agilent data


selection dialog

Select No to load all data from an Agilent file.


Select Yes to display the dialog when opening an Agilent file. The
dialog allows selection of specific data sets rather than loading the
entire file.
The following controls can also be selected from the Agilent dialog:

Intermediate file
handling

Remove intermediate files after load / Keep intermediate files in log-file


folder / Keep intermediate files in selected folder

Intermediate file
folder

Select the file location.

Use intermediate
files if available

No / Yes

Charts
About charts
Charts provide a graphical display of statistical data, which allow you to interpret the
behaviour over time of performance statistics.

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The chart displays the data according to the current charting mode. Buttons on the chart
window toolbar set the charting mode.

By default, synchronization between data windows is enabled, so if you click on a data point
on a chart, you can see the same data point highlighted in any other open data display
window.

Display data in a chart window

From the Workspace Explorer, right-click on a data attribute and select Display on
chart. A chart window opens, displaying the appropriate data:

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If you already have a chart window open, you can also drag a data attribute onto the
existing chart. This example shows two attributes displayed on one chart:

View data synchronized with the chart

From the Chart window toolbar, click on a position on a chart


If you have an open Map window displaying the same data attribute, the same
data point is highlighted.
If you have an open Message Browser window, the appropriate message
containing the same data point is highlighted.

Zoom the chart view


To zoom the chart view

With the mouse, drag a box around the area of the chart that you want to zoom in on.
Start at the top left of the box and drag down to the bottom right corner of this
rectangular area. The chart view now zooms in to this area.
The zoom only operates in the X-axis. The Y-axis is unaffected by the zoom.

To restore the chart view

Drag a boxthe position does not matterstarting from the bottom to the top. The
chart is now restored to its previous extents.

Pan the chart view

Drag by moving the mouse while holding down the right mouse button. The unit
information on each axis moves along with the data values.
If there is more than one attribute on the chart, only the last attribute displayed
can be panned in both X- and Y-axes. All attributes can be panned in the X-axis.

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View a different chart type


From the toolbar at the top of the chart window, select a button to display the data in that type
of chart display.

Note that some data is not suited to be displayed in particular chart types.

Print the chart


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From the Chart window, click Print


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Use the controls on this dialog to set how the printed page is to appear.

Click Print.

Edit the chart


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Click Properties
to open the Editing dialog (also called the Chart Editor).
Many controls for editing the appearance and layout of the chart are provided,
spread over several tabs of the dialog.

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You can also right-click anywhere on the chart to open a pop-up menu, and
select Chart Properties to open the Editing dialog.

Experiment with the controls to achieve a preferred appearance for the chart.

Chart tab

From the 3D tab, select 3 Dimensions to produce a three-dimensional chart

From the Panel tab, use the Gradient and Back Image controls to produce an
attractive background

Series tab

Use the Format tab to control the data series line

For a full explanation of the function of each of these controls, click Help to display the
TeeChart user guide.

Export the chart to other applications


1

From the chart window, right-click to open a pop-up menu:

Select Image Export to open this dialog:

Select the appropriate format and select Save To File to open the Save As
dialog.

Enter a path and file name and click OK.

Click Close to dismiss the Export dialog.

Chart toolbar reference


This control

Does this

Properties

Opens the Editing dialog and lets you control the display of the chart.

Series

Displays chart data as a series.

Histogram

Displays chart data as a histogram.

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This control

Does this

Copy

Copies the chart to the Windows Clipboard. You can then paste it into an
appropriate application such as Word.

Print

This displays the TeeChart Print Preview dialog. Use the controls on this
dialog to set how the printed page is to appear, then click Print.

Maps
About maps
Within the Map window, the main panel displays the map and any attribute data plotted on the
map. Toolbars along the top of the window provide commonly used functions.

Hovering the cursor over a data point displays information on that point.
The left-hand panel displays the legends for any data series on the map. Click on the plus
sign by the data series title to expand the legend. The number in brackets is the number of
data points lying within that particular range.

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You can access all map controls by rightclicking on the main map panel.

On selecting a data point, ray lines link the point to serving and neighbor
sites. Associated configurable messages display signal strength information.
By default, synchronization between data windows is enabled, so if you click
on a data point on the map, you can see the same data point highlighted in
any other open data display window.
Each map can be made up of several layers. There is one layer for
annotations, plus one layer for each attribute displayed on the map. Each
layer can have its own current zoom setting.
If you have a map containing several data
attributes, you can combine the attributes to
see the situation on the map more clearly.
Each attribute is displayed with a different
color, shape or size. The example here shows
two attributes combined, one using color and
the other using shape:
In the middle of the example, the value of the second attribute changes, so
the shape changes from a triangle to a square.

Display attribute data on a map

From the Workspace Explorer, right-click on a data attribute. From the pop-up menu
that opens, select Display on Map. A map window opens, displaying the appropriate
data.

You can also drag an attribute from the Workspace Explorer onto an existing map.

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View data synchronized with the map


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From the Map window toolbar, click Select .

Click on a data point to highlight it.


If you have an open Chart window displaying the same data attribute, a line is
displayed on the chart to show the position of the same data point.
If you have an open Message Browser window, the appropriate message
containing the same data point is highlighted.

Move around the map


1

From the Map window toolbar, click Pan


shape.

to change the cursor to a hand

Drag the cursor in the viewing pane to move the map around.

Zoom in and out


1

Right-click on the map to open a pop-up menu.

Select Zoom to display the options shown below (or use the equivalent toolbar
buttons):

Zoom menu command

Does this

Previous View

Returns the map to the last zoom setting.

View Entire Map

Zooms out fully.

Zoom In

Zooms in by a factor of two. With the toolbar button selected, you


can define a rectangular area to zoom into by dragging the mouse
to create a box.

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Zoom menu command

Does this

Zoom Out

Zooms out by a factor of two.

Zoom at Scale

Opens a dialog that lets you specify the width in scale units and
the coordinates of the center of the zoomed window.

Zoom Selection
Go to Layer

Opens a dialog that lets you select which layers zoom setting you
want to use.

Zoom1-Zoom4

Zooms using the selected zoom setting. These are the last four
zoom settings that you specified for the current map window.

Select map objects


1

Right-click on the map to open a pop-up menu.

Select Tool to display the options shown below (or use the equivalent toolbar
buttons):

Tool menu command

Lets you

Select

Click an individual object on the map to select it.

Clear

De-select all currently selected objects.

Rectangle Select

Click on the map and drag out to form the opposite corner of a
rectangular selection area.

Radius Select

Click on the map and drag out to form a circular selection area.

Polygon Select

Click several places on the map to form a many-sided selection


area. Double-click the last corner to complete the shape.

Measure distances on the map


1

Right-click over the main map pane to open the pop-up menu.

Select Tools, then Distance to alter the cursor mode.

Click and drag from one point to another. The distance in current map units
appears below the cursor:

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Cancel the measuring mode by selecting another cursor modefor example, by


clicking on Select .

Add annotations to the map


All symbols are drawn on the annotations layer of the map.
Annotation tool

Does this

Symbol

Changes the cursor to the Symbol tool. Click anywhere on the map to
place a symbol.

Text

Changes the cursor to the Text tool. Click anywhere on the map to
place a text cursor and type in an annotation.

Edit Text

Click on any annotated text on the map to be able to edit the text.

Line

Changes the cursor to the Line tool. Click and drag on the map to
create a line annotation.

Polyline

Changes the cursor to the Polyline tool. Click on the map to create a
point on the polyline. A double-click signifies the last point in the
polyline.

Polygon

Changes the cursor to the Polygon tool. Click on the map to create a
point on the polygon. A double-click signifies the last point on the
polygon, which is automatically connected to the first point by a line.

Remove annotations from the map


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From the map toolbar, click Select

Click on the appropriate annotation(s).

Press the Del key.

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Show and hide map data


The data series is displayed in the tree-view
panel on the right of the map window. If the
check box beside the data series name is
checked, the data appears in the map
window. If the check box is empty, the data is
not displayed.

Click the box to check or empty it.

Alter the map legend range


The data series is displayed in the tree-view (Legend) panel on the right of the map window.
1

Click the plus sign to expand the data series range information.

From the left-hand Legend panel, right-click on the data series name to open a
pop-up menu.

From the menu, select Modify ranges to open the Range Modification dialog.
The center panel shows the existing range legend for the currently selected
series.

Make changes to the values in the dialog as described below.

Change the number of ranges in the legend


1

From the left-hand Legend panel, right-click on the data series name to open a
pop-up menu.

From the menu, select Modify ranges to open the Range Modification dialog.

Set the Method to:


Uniform if each step or range is to cover an equal range of values.
Equal Count if an equal number of data points is to be used for each step.

Enter the # of Ranges.


This is the number of divisions in the legend.

Click Recalc.
The number of ranges is now modified.

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Customize each range in the legend


1

From the left-hand Legend panel, right-click on the data series name to open a
pop-up menu.

From the menu, select Modify ranges to open the Modify Ranges dialog.

Set the Method to Custom.

Select a range row from the list.


The minimum and maximum range values appear in the boxes below the list.

Alter the Custom Ranges Minimum and Maximum values as required.


You can select 'Below and Above when setting the extremes of the range. For
example:

Click Add, Remove or Update as required.

Click OK to exit the dialog.

Change the attribute style setting


1

From the Legend panel, right-click on the attribute name to open the pop-up
menu.

Select Style Setting, then Symbol, Size or Color. Note that the current setting
has a check mark against it.
The attributes range is now indicated through this setting.

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Here are examples of different style settings:


Color

Symbol

Size

Change the attribute font


1

From the Legend panel, right-click on the attribute name to open the pop-up
menu.

Select Attribute style to open the Font dialog.

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Change the settings as required and click OK.


Which settings you change depends on which style setting you are using for this
attribute.
If the Style Setting is Color, you may want to change the font Size or the Symbol
used.
If the Style Setting is Symbol, you may want to change the font Size or Color.
If the Style Setting is Size, you may want to change the Color or the Symbol
used.

Combine data attributes on the map


Before combining attributes, you should already have all attributes to be
combined visible in the Legend panel.

Within the Legend panel, drag one attribute onto another.

Repeat with any other attributes you want to combine.


The attributes are now grouped together.

Control map layers


From the Map window toolbar, click Layers

to open the Layer Control dialog:

You can also open this dialog from the pop-up menu option Map Layers.

Layers are shown on top of each other on the map, so a higher layer may hide details on a
lower layer. The central pane shows all layers in the current map window, with the top layer in
the list being uppermost on the map. You can change the order of a particular layer by
selecting it in the list and then clicking the Up and Down buttons.
A checkmark in each layers box controls:
if the layer is visible

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if objects on it can be selected


if the layer can be annotated (unchecking this locks the Annotations layer from having
any further annotations added)

Add a map file


1

From the Layer Control dialog, click Add to open the Open Layer dialog.

Select or type in the name of a MapInfo Map (*.tab) file.

Click OK to close the dialog and display the new map in the Layer Control list
pane.

Select the layer.

Click Down until the map layer is below an existing attribute and annotation
layers.

Add a raster map file


1

From the map pane, right-click to open the pop-up menu.

Select New Raster to open the Raster Image Registration dialog.

Browse for or specify the name of the BMP Source File.

Specify the Projection type.

Select the Units.

Enter the Coordinates of the four corners of the map image.

Click OK to close the dialog and display the new map.


You may now want to reposition the map layer.

Click Layers

to open the Layer Control dialog.

Select the layer and click Down until the map layer is below the other layers, at
the bottom of the list of layers.

Control attribute labels


1

From the Layer Control dialog, click Labels to open the Label Properties dialog.

Set the controls as appropriate.


For details, see the Label Properties dialog.

Click OK to close the dialog and return to the Layer Control dialog.

Edit a layers display properties


1

From the Layer Control dialog, click Display to open the Display Properties
dialog.

Set the controls as appropriate.


For details, see the Display Properties dialog.

Click OK to close the dialog and return to the Layer Control dialog.

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Offset the data on the map


1

From the Layer Control dialog, select the appropriate attribute to offset.

Click Offset to open the Offset dialog.

Click Offset Tool. The Offset dialog closes and the cursor changes to a cross.

Move the cursor in the direction and distance of the offset and click to input the
offset information.
After a brief pause, the data is redrawn in the offset position.

Alternatively, from the Offset dialog, enter the X and Y distances (in map units) by
which to reposition the selected attribute data, and click OK. This method is
useful if you want to reset the offset to zero (enter 0 for each offset distance), or if
you select more than one attribute in the Layer Control dialog - each subsequent
layer is automatically offset by the same amount.

Choose the map projection


1

From the map pane, right-click to open the pop-up menu.

Select Projection to open the Choose Projection dialog:

Select the appropriate projection and click OK to close the dialog.

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Change the map units


1

From the map pane, right-click to open the pop-up menu.

Select Map Units, then Distance or Area, then the appropriate units.

Display cell sites on the map


You will have to start a new workspace during this procedure.
If you have selected a cellrefs file, you should already be able to see network
information on a map. However, you may wish to change the display
configuration.

Select Tools | Preferences to open the Preferences dialog.

Under CellRefs, click on File Location and ensure that you have specified a
cellrefs.txt file (you may have edited and saved a network information file under a
different name from the Network Editor).

After the network information is loaded, you will be prompted to restart Analyzer.

Load your data file(s) and display an attribute on a map.

From the map window toolbar, click Cell Sites


dialog.

Select the Network Data Settings tab.

Configure the settings as appropriate for the cell definition. For example:

GSM_Cell
Beamwidth
BCCH

to open the Map Options

Field Style = Symbol


Field Style = Color

Click OK to accept the settings.


The list of layers in the Layer Control dialog should look similar to this:

Ensure that the layer has a check in the visible

column.

You can use the Network Data Settings tab to display all other network
information on the map.

Display lines to cells


You must already have specified a cellrefs file.

From the map window, click Layers to open the Layer Control dialog.
The list of layers in the Layer Control dialog should look similar to this:

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Select the Lines to neighbor cells layer or the Lines to serving cells layer.

Click Lines to open the Line layer properties dialog.

Make the appropriate selections:


Selection Only data points chosen with the Select tools will show lines to
neighbor or serving cells.
All datapoints Every data
point will show a line to its
neighbor or serving cells:

Technology Ensure that the technology of your network is selected.


Label lines with In some cases you may want the lines to be labelled with an
attribute, but use carefully as this can increase map clutter.
Color lines with This uses the selected attributes colors corresponding to its
data range, as shown in the Legend panel. Some useful attributes to use are:
CDMA PN_1stBestEcIo
GSM

ServBCCH

IS-136 FACCH_CurChannel

Click OK to close the dialogs.


If you cannot see any lines to cells when you select a data point, check that the
Lines to neighbor cells or the Lines to serving cells layers are above any
potentially obscuring map layers.

Print a map
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From the map windows toolbars, click Print

Select a map layout from the list.

Click OK to open the Map Layout Designer dialog.

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To
Alter the label text

Do this
Double-click on the label and type in the new
text, then click outside the label box.

Change the label font and size

Click on Cell Sites

Change the paper size, headers and


footers, paper orientation and margins

Click on Page Setup


settings.

Move the label, map legend or the map


itself

Click on the object and drag it to the new


position.

Resize the label and map legend boxes, or


change the legend font size

Click on a corner box and drag it out. The map


legend text will resize to fit the text box.

Check the appearance of the page before


printing

Click Print Preview

When satisfied with the layout, click Print


dialog.

and change the settings.


and change the

to open the standard Windows Print

On the output page, cell site sectors may appear as the letter b. To fix this
problem, from the Page Setup dialog, click Printer, then from the next dialog
click Properties. In the Fonts section, switch the option from Use font
substitution to Always send fonts to printer (or similar settings, depending on
your version of Windows and your printer type).

Copy a map to the Clipboard


1

From the main map window, right-click to display the pop-up menu:

Select Copy to Clipboard.

You can now paste the map into any other active Windows application.

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Export a map as a bitmap


1

From the main map window, right-click to open the pop-up menu.

Select Export Map, then the bitmap format in which to export the map:

From the Export Map as Image dialog, specify the File name and path and click
OK.

Export the legend as a bitmap


1

From the legend pane, right-click on an object to open the pop-up menu.

Select Export to File, then Bitmap or Windows Metafile to open the Export
Legend as Image dialog.

Enter the File name and location and click OK.

Troubleshooting maps
If you have this
problem

Do this

Cant see a map


background

Click Layers
to open the Layer Control dialog. Ensure that the
map layers visibility box contains a check mark:

If there is no map layer, Add a map file as a new layer.

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If you have this


problem

Do this

Cant see any


network graphics on
the map

Click Cell Sites . From the Network Data Settings tab, select
appropriate settings for cells and other network objects. (You must
already have specified a cellrefs file see Display cell sites on the
map)

Want to load a
bitmap into a map

Click Layers

Want to display cell


sites on the map

See Display cell sites on the map.

Want to display lines


to cells

See Display lines to cells.

Still can't see lines to


cells

Make sure the appropriate lines to cells layer is visible and above
other map layers that may obscure it.

and Add the bitmap as a new layer.

Map dialog reference


Page Setup dialog

Headers and Footers


Provides a space for you to type header text that will appear at the top of the page, or footer
text that will appear at the bottom of the page.

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To print specific information as part of the header or footer, include the following characters
as part of the text.
Type this

To print this

&w

Window title

&u

Page address (URL)

&d

Date in short format (as specified by Regional Settings in Control Panel)

&D

Date in long format (as specified by Regional Settings in Control Panel)

&t

Time in the format specified by Regional Settings in Control Panel

&T

Time in 24-hour format

&p

Current page number

&P

Total number of pages

&&

A single ampersand (&)

&b

The text immediately following these characters as centered

&b&b

The text after the first &b as centered, the text after the second &b as rightjustified

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Label Properties dialog

To use

Do this

Data Field

Select the data field to be displayed as the label.


FormattedLabel is the default and shows the selected data.
Other data fields are displayed depending on the layer selected in
the Layer Control dialog.

Show/Hide

Check the box to show labels on the map.

Allow overlapped text

Check the box to allow labels to overlap.

Allow duplicated text

Check the box to allow the same text to appear for adjacent data
points.

Display within range

Check the box to display labels only within the maximum and
minimum zoom levels. A zoom level is the width of the map area
displayed, in the current map units.

Min Zoom

Set the lowest zoom level at which labels will be displayed.

Max Zoom

Set the highest zoom level at which labels will be displayed.

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To use

Do this

Label partial segment

Check the box to show labels for line segments where the center of
the segment is off the displayed map area.

Max # of labels

Set the maximum number of labels that can be shown on the map.

Label Style

Set the font style for the label.

Lines

Set the line type.

Position

Set the position of the label relative to the data point. Click the
appropriate icon.

Rotate label with line

Check the box to align the label with the related line.

Label offset (points)

Set the offset of the label in the direction of the Position. The offset is
measured in points (as used for fonts).

Display Properties dialog

This dialog controls the display of layers.


To use

Do this

Override Style

Check the box to override the default map style with the settings
accessed through Layer Style.

Layer Style

Set the style for the selected layer. The controls in this dialog will
depend on the type of layer selected in the Layer Control dialog.

Display within range

Check the box to display layers only within the maximum and
minimum zoom levels. A zoom level is the width of the map area
displayed, in the current map units.

Min Zoom

Set the lowest zoom level at which layers will be displayed.

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To use

Do this

Max Zoom

Set the highest zoom level at which layers will be displayed.

Raster Image Registration dialog

To use

Do this

BMP Source File

Type in or Browse for the name and location of the *.bmp file to use as
the map image.

Coordinates

Each coordinate defines the position of one corner of the map image.
Make sure these coordinates are sensible, given the Projection type
and the Units selected.

Units

Click to select from a drop down list of unit types appropriate to the
selected Projection type.

Projection

Click to select from a drop-down list of projection types. These define


how to convert global positional data to a flat projection of that
position.

Map toolbar reference


This control
Select

Does this
Lets you select individual data points on the map. You can also hold
down the Ctrl key to select more than one data point, or use the Area
Select tools.

Zoom In

Zooms in by a factor of two.

Zoom Out

Zooms out by a factor of two.

Pan

Changes the cursor to the Pan tool, which lets you drag the map as
required.

Layers

Opens the Layer Control dialog.

Legend

Toggles the Legend panel on or off.

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This control

Does this

Area Select

Toggles the Area Select toolbar on or off.

Annotations

Toggles the Annotations toolbar on or off.

Print

Sends the current map to the printer.

Cell Sites

Opens the Map Options dialog.

Annotations toolbar reference


This control

Does this

Symbol

Changes the cursor to the Symbol tool. Click anywhere on the map to
place a symbol.

Text

Changes the cursor to the Text tool. Click anywhere on the map to
place a text cursor and type in an annotation.

Edit Text

Click on any annotated text on the map to be able to edit the text.

Line

Changes the cursor to the Line tool. Click and drag on the map to
create a line annotation.

Polyline

Changes the cursor to the Polyline tool. Click on the map to create a
point on the polyline. A double-click signifies the last point in the
polyline.

Polygon

Changes the cursor to the Polygon tool. Click on the map to create a
point on the polygon. A double-click signifies the last point on the
polygon, which is automatically connected to the first point by a line.

Area Select toolbar reference


This control

Does this

Select Box

Changes the cursor to the Select Box tool. Drag the cursor to create a
rectangular selection area, with one corner defined by the start of the
drag, and the opposite corner defined by the end of the drag. All points
inside the area are selected.

Radius Select

Changes the cursor to the Radius Select tool. Drag the cursor to create
a circular selection area, centered at the start of the drag and with a
radius defined by the distance of the cursor from the start of the drag.
All points inside the area are selected.

Polygon Select

Changes the cursor to the Polygon Select tool. Each click draws a new
line segment of the selection area. A double click near an existing line
segment closes the selection area. All points inside the area are
selected.

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Tables
About Tables
Tables provide a quick and simple view of numeric data for a selected attribute.

If you want to manipulate, chart or print out the data, use the Workbook feature instead.

Display data attributes in a Table

From the Workspace Explorer, right-click on a data attribute and select Display on
Table.
A table opens, displaying the appropriate data.

View Series data in a Table


The bottom of the Table window shows several tabs. Check that the Series tab is selected.
This provides a quick view of the series data for the selected attribute.

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View Histogram data in a Table


The bottom of the Table window shows several tabs. Check that the Histogram tab is
selected. This provides a quick view of the histogram data for the selected attribute.

View Statistics data in a Table


The bottom of the Table window shows several tabs. Check that the Statistics tab is selected.
This provides a quick view of the statistics for the selected attributes data.

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Workbooks/reports
About workbooks
The Workbook window allows you to manipulate data within a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet
environment, display the data in charts and produce management reports.
Microsoft Excel must be installed for this functionality to work.

If you want to quickly browse numerical data, you may find Analyzers Table functionality
easier to use.
A typical workbook containing attribute data will look similar to this:

To find out about how to manipulate data, see the MS Excel online help, which you can view
on the toolbar.
by clicking on the help button
You can also display queries in a workbook in the same way as you would for an
attribute.

Once you have the appropriate data displayed in the workbook, you may want to add
formatting, headings and so on to create a presentable report. You can then save this
workbook as a workbook file or as a template file. A template may be better if you intend to
reuse the same report many times in the future, using different data.
When you open the file in Analyzer later, the data will be regenerated using the currently
loaded data in Analyzer.

Display data attributes in a workbook

From the Workspace Explorer, right-click on a data attribute and select Display on
Workbook. A workbook opens, displaying the appropriate data.

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If you already have a workbook open, you can also select the option Display on
Workbook (active) to display the data on the existing MS Excel workbook.
As Microsoft Excel is a separate application, clicking on either Excel or Analyzer
will hide the other application. However, you can drag an attribute onto an
existing workbook by dragging it onto the Excel button on the taskbar at the
bottom of the Windows screen.

View Series data in a workbook


The bottom of the Microsoft Excel workbook shows several tabs. Check that the Series
Formatted Data tab is selected. This displays in numeric form the same data that would be
displayed in a Series Chart. Other related information may also be displayedfor example,
time and coordinate data.

View Histogram data in a workbook


The bottom of the Microsoft Excel workbook shows several tabs. Check that the Histogram
Formatted Data tab is selected. This displays in numeric form the same data that would be
displayed in a Histogram Chart.

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View Statistic data in a workbook


The bottom of the Microsoft Excel workbook shows several tabs. Check that the Statistic
Formatted Data tab is selected. This displays various statistical values related to the selected
data attribute.

Save a workbook/report
1

From the Microsoft Excel menu bar, select File | Save As to open the Save As
dialog.

Enter the Name of the workbook file.

Select the Type to be .xls (for a workbook) or .xlt (for a template).

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Select the appropriate folder in which to save the file.

Click OK.
When you place a query in a workbook and save the workbook, the query
definition is stored in the workbook.

Open an existing workbook/report


1

From the main menu bar, select Workbook | Open Workbook / Report to open
the Open Workbook File dialog.

Select the appropriate workbook file and click OK.


If you are trying to open a workbook that is already open, you will be warned that
if you continue the existing workbook will be closed.
The Stream Selection dialog opens, showing all data streams in the current
workspace.

For the named data stream used in the workbook, select an equivalent source in
the current workspace and click OK.

Repeat step 3 for each additional data stream in the workbook.


Microsoft Excel opens to display the workbook, with all data now regenerated
based on the current data in the stream(s).
Note that if you make any changes to the datafor example if you filter the data
in the workspacethe workbook does not automatically update.
If the workbook contains a query that is not in the current workspace, the results
of the query will be regenerated within the workbook and the query will be added
to the workspace, appearing in the Workspace Explorer.
If the workspace contains a new version of a query in the workbook, the results of
the query will be regenerated and the existing query updated to the new version
in the workbook.

Message Browser
About the Message Browser
The Message Browser displays the Layer 3 and Abis messaging in a log file:

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Display data in the Message Browser


1

From the Workspace Explorer window, right-click on the stream name (one level
below the logfile) to display the pop-up menu.

Select Display Message Browser to open the Message Browser window.

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Synchronize with the Workspace


You can independently synchronize the Event and Message panels to the workspace, so that
the same data is highlighted in any open data window in the Analyzer application.
To synchronize the Event panel to the workspace

From the Message Browser toolbar, click Sync Events.


The button should now appear like this:
If you now select an event, map or chart point, the related data is highlighted in each
open data window.

To synchronize the Message panel to the workspace

From the Message Browser toolbar, click Sync Msgs.


The button should now appear like this:
If you now select a message, map or chart point, the related data is highlighted in
each open data window.

Find text in the Message Browser


1

From the Message Browser toolbar, type in the text you want to find in the log file,
or select from the drop-down list of previous text searches.

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Click Find Next

The Messages panel moves to the next message down in the log file that
contains the search text.

To cancel a text search, click Stop Find

To search from the current position in the log file back towards the start of the file,
click Find Prev .

Set and remove bookmarks


1

From the Message panel of the Message Browser, click on the message you
want to bookmark.
The message now appears highlighted with a red marker:

Click Toggle

The message marker now changes color to indicate that the message has been
bookmarked:

Repeat these steps on a bookmarked message to remove the bookmark.


You can also use Ctrl+F2 to toggle a bookmark on and off.

Move between bookmarks


To move to the next bookmark

From the Message Browser toolbar, click Next

In the Message panel, the position changes to that of the next bookmarked message
in the log file.

You can also use F2 to move to the next bookmark.


To move to the previous bookmark

From the Message Browser toolbar, click Previous

In the Message panel, the position changes to that of the next bookmarked message
in the log file.

You can also use Shift+F2 to move to the previous bookmark.

Remove all bookmarks

From the Message Browser toolbar, click Clear

All bookmarks in the log file are now removed.

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You can also use Ctrl+Shift+F2 to move to the next bookmark.

Filter messages in the Message Browser


1

From the Message Browser toolbar, click Properties

The Properties dialog opens.

If it is not already selected, click on the Message Filtering tab:

The tab shows a selection box for each type of message used in the log file. By
default, these are all checked and so are displayed in the Message panel.

To stop a specific message type from being shown in the Message panel, click to
clear the related box.

To show a previously hidden message type, click to put a check mark in the
related box.

Click OK to accept the settings.

Format messages in the Message Browser


1

From the Message Browser toolbar, click Properties

The Properties dialog opens.

If it is not already selected, click on the Message Format tab:

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The Message Format tab displays controls appropriate to the log file type.

Set the controls as required.

Click OK to accept the settings.

Export messages to the clipboard


1

From the Message panel of the Message Browser, select the appropriate
message.
To select a sequence of messages, click on the first message, scroll down and
click on the last message in the selection while holding down the Shift key.
To select more than one message, hold down the Ctrl key and click on individual
messages.

Right-click on the selection to display a pop-up menu.

Select Copy.

The message is now in the Windows Clipboard and can be copied into any Windows
application.

Message Browser toolbar reference


This control

Does this

Sync Events

Highlights the related data in each open data window, if you select an
event, map or chart point.

Sync Msgs

Highlights the related data in each open data window, if you select a
message, map or chart point.
Searches the log file for matches to the text in this box. You can type
in the text, or select from the drop-down list of previous text searches.

Find Next

Finds the next matching text string in the message information


(searching towards the end of the logfile).

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This control

Does this

Find Prev

Finds the previous matching text string in the message information


(searching back towards the beginning of the logfile).

Stop Find

Halts the text search process.

Properties

Opens the Message Browser Properties dialog.

Toggle

Toggles bookmarks on and off.

Next

Moves to the position of the next bookmark in the logfile.

Prev

Moves to the position of the previous bookmark in the logfile.

Clear

Clears all bookmarks in the logfile.

Statistics Explorer
About the Statistics Explorer
The Statistics Explorer is a powerful data-manipulation tool that lets you rapidly pinpoint
problems by displaying statistical data by network element. The Statistics Explorers
configurable display enables multiple drill-down approaches to the problem.

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The Group Box allows you to rearrange the organization of the data. For example, here are
two different configurations of the same data:

This summary data can be combined with other data held as a Network Image to build up a
picture over a series of drive tests.

Open the Statistics Explorer

From the View menu, select Statistics Explorer to open an empty Explorer window.

Alternatively, from the Workspace Explorer, right-click on a Crosstab or Event query

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Check for existing queries


The Statistics Explorer allows you to manipulate the data resulting from a Crosstab query or
an Event query. So, you must already have a query (analysis) to work with before you can
use the Statistics Explorer.
All existing Crosstab and Event queries are shown in the Queries pane:

Manipulate data in the Statistics Explorer


To

Do this

Select a query

Click on a query in the Queries pane. The Statistics Explorer now displays
data related to the selected query.

Swap data
order

From the Group Box pane, drag a data box around to create a new data
configuration:

3
Sort by column

Click on the column heading to sort the data by the column, highest
appearing at the top. Click again to reverse the order.

Filter the Workspace data


Once you have arranged the data to identify a problem area, select one or more rows and
click Filter .
This creates a filter based on the row(s) currently selected in Statistics Explorer, which is
applied to the Workspace Explorer and all data windows (Maps, Tables, Charts and so on).

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You can select a sequence of rows by clicking the first row, then holding down
the Shift key and clicking on the last row. To select multiple non-sequential rows,
hold down the Ctrl key and click once on each appropriate row.

Generate a substream
Once you have arranged the data to identify a problem area, select one or more rows and
click Analyze .
This generates a new data stream that appears in the Workspace Explorer. You can select
this stream and view it and any attributes contained within it in maps, charts and the Message
Browser. As this stream contains a subset of data in the original stream, this is called a
substream.
You can select a sequence of rows by clicking the first row, then holding down
the Shift key and clicking on the last row. To select multiple non-sequential rows,
hold down the Ctrl key and click once on each appropriate row.

Statistics Explorer toolbar reference


This control

Does this

Queries

Displays the Queries pane on the left of the Statistics Explorer.

Group Box

Displays the Group Box:

Filter

Filters the Workspace based on the row selected in the Statistics Explorer.

Analyze

Generates an analysis attribute in the Workspace Explorer that you can


view using maps, charts and the Message Browser.

Help

Displays the Statistics Explorer help.

DataSource

Selects the data source to be explored.

Find Next

Searches through and highlights data that matching the string entered in
the box.

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CDMA StateTip
About CDMA StateTip
CDMA StateTip provides you with a synchronized view on CDMA measured data, integrating
Handset and PN Scanner data into a single view.
Once you have displayed data on a map, and selected appropriate handset and scanner data
sources for the StateTip, you can use the Select tool to click on a data point on the map
related information is displayed within the StateTip window. Various observations about the
data will also be displayed if the data meet particular criteria.
In the example shown here, the location of the selected data point is showing signs of pilot
pollution.

Displaying event data on the map is a particularly useful way of finding interesting locations to
examine with CDMA StateTip. CDMA StateTip can be used to:
Display CDMA Handset data

Pilot sets information (Active, Neighbor and Remaining) Ec/Io for each PN

Frame Error Rate

Mobile Transmit Power

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Mobile Receive Power

Carrier phone is on

Too Many Neighbors warning

Weak Server warning

Display CDMA PN Scanner data

PNs of pilots with the N largest Ec/Io values in a bin

Ec/Io of PNs

Delay of First Multipath

Delay Spread

Carrier that the scanner is currently measuring

Identify common RF problems automatically

Dropped Calls

Failed Initiations

Pilot Pollution

Poor Pilot Coverage

Neighbor List Omissions (including the omitted pilot)

Remaining PNs a list of all PNs seen by the scanner which are not in the phones
active, candidate or neighbor set

Start CDMA StateTip

From the Tools menu, select CDMA StateTip.


When you first start StateTip, no data streams have been selected for the handset
source or the scanner source.

Change the view


You can change the way PN Scanner data and handset data is displayed by selecting
another template.
To change to another template
1 From the top of the StateTip dialog, click Select Another View to display a menu.
2

Click on one of these views:


TOP N Pilots View - Provides a summary of the sectors that were measured from
best to worst
Pilot Sets View - Sorts the results of measurements into the appropriate Pilot set
TOP N Pilots Chart - Provides a chart for graphical analysis of pilot data

Change the handset source


You can change the source that is used to get handset measurements. This is useful when
multiple handsets are available (during tests of multiple frequencies, and so on).

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To change the handset source


1 From the top of the StateTip dialog, click Select Handset Device to display a list
of available data streams.
You can get a more detailed description of a stream by holding the cursor over it.

Click on a data stream to act as the handset source.

Change the scanner source


You can change the source that is used to get scanner measurements. This is useful when
multiple scanners are available (during tests of multiple frequencies, etc.).
To change the scanner source
1 From the top of the StateTip dialog, click Select Scanner Device to display a list
of available data streams.
You can get a more detailed description of a stream by holding the cursor over it.

Click on a data stream to act as the scanner source.

CDMA Toolkit
About CDMA Toolkit
CDMA Toolkit is an Analyzer taskbar that provides a series of analyses based on bestpractice network optimization techniques. Each solution uses PN scanner data to optimize
your network settings, and can be configured to meet the needs of your network and your
organization.
Analysis set

About the analysis set


This set uses delay information to suggest the active and
neighbor set search window sizes. An audit report shows how
the suggestions differ from the current configuration.
This set uses Ec/Io information to generate neighbor lists for
multiple sectors. This can save significant optimization time as
you add new sites, and as the propagation environment changes
due to increased traffic. An audit report is also provided.
This set generates statistics from Ec/Io information that indicate
the sectors causing and receiving interference, or that have
coverage problems. This solution helps to determine optimal
EIRP or forward path attenuation settings, so you can minimize
pollution and coverage problems. It can also provide insights into
the effects of modifications, without having to affect your working
network.

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Analysis set

About the analysis set


This set assists you in engineering your networks growth.

Optimize Search Windows


From the CDMA Toolkit task bar, click on this heading:

You can now select one of these reports:


Summary Report
Audit Report
Details Report

When you click on the icon for a report, the Configure Settings dialog opens on the Data tab
to display all available data streams. Select a data stream appropriate to the report type and
click OK to view the report.

About Optimize Search Windows Analysis


About the Optimize Search Window analysis
You can minimize the number of incidents of dropped calls, failed initiations, and poor voice
quality by setting the search windows to their optimal size. The search window analysis
shows the minimum SRCH_WIN_A (active set search window size) and SRCH_WIN_N
(neighbor set search window size) required by each sector, based on pilot delay data
collected in PN Scanner drive-test logfiles.
Many of the individual steps performed by the Search Window Analysis can be performed
manually in Analyzer. However, when analyzing data for multiple sectors for comprehensive
drive tests, the Search Window Analysis can perform the analysis hundreds of times faster,
making tasks which were previously very difficult to perform manually, fast and easy.
It is important to note that the results of this analysis are only as good as the input data. To
achieve an accurate picture of delays for a given sector from a drive-test log file, the drive test
should thoroughly overlap the coverage area of the sector.
Search Window Analysis is capable of analyzing data collected over several weeks or longer.
Simply select multiple streams in the device selection pop-up screen.
In many cases, search window sizes are initially set using default values. As a result, the
actual search window sizes may significantly exceed the minimum required levels. The
downside of having larger than required search windows is that the searcher finger in the
mobile unit scans through the active, candidate, and neighbor sets slower as the size of the
search window is increased.

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The searcher finger is responsible for measuring Ec/Io, which is then reported to the base
station for use in determining which PNs the mobile will demodulate. The faster the search
window can search through the pilot sets, the faster it will be able to measure and report
changes in pilot Ec/Io levels, which can then be used by the base station to appropriately add
and drop pilots from the various sets. In environments with rapidly rising pilot signals, if the
mobile does not measure and add a pilot to the active set before it becomes too powerful, the
call can drop. The faster the searcher finger scans, the better the chance that this type of
problem can be avoided.
Conversely, search window sizes may be set too small. In this case, pilots may not be seen
by the mobile because the search window is too small. When a pilot that cannot be
demodulated by the mobile becomes strong, it can cause voice quality to degrade and the call
to drop. Therefore, it is important to ensure the search window sizes are not too small.

How the Search Window Analysis works


The Search Window Analysis performs the following steps for each measurement bin along
the drive test:
1

The analysis calculates the Ec/Io from all sectors serving that bin. If the sectors
Ec/Io is above a user-defined threshold, the sector is considered for further
analysis.

The maximum multipath Delay Spread of the remaining serving sectors is


calculated (see Figure 1). This value is multiplied by 2 to allow for the doublesided nature of the search window, and is then assigned to ALL remaining
serving sectors for use in determining the optimal Active Set Search Window
Size.

The minimum Delay to First Multipath is calculated for all remaining serving
sectors (see Figure 1). The maximum of the sums of the Delay to First Multipath
and Delay Spread is calculated for all thresholded serving sectors. Lastly, the
minimum Delay to First Multipath is subtracted from the Maximum of the sums of
the Delay to First Multipath and Delay Spread. This number is multiplied by 2 to
allow for the fact that the search window is double-sided as follows:
2*Max{(Delay to First Multipath+Delay Spread) for all PNs}-Min{Delay to First
Multipath for all }
Essentially, this calculation simulates the mobile deriving its timing reference from
the earliest arriving multipath and determines the maximum Neighbor Set search
window size required by the pilots measured in the bin. This value is stored for all
thresholded pilots serving the bin.

After all bins have been analyzed, the delay measurements are aggregated by sector. For
each sector, the recommended minimum search-window sizes are determined by calculating
the maximum of the delays measured in step 2 and 3.
Network element data requirements
You must have a cellrefs data file configured with cell site information for this analysis to work
properly.
In order to audit measured data versus actual settings, actual search window settings must be
entered into the cellrefs data file. A sample .ini file has been provided which contains the
SRCH_WIN_A an SRCH_WIN_N fields. To make use of actual search window settings, first
add SRCH_WIN_A and SRCH_WIN_N to your cellrefs .ini file per the sample. The addition of
the actual data to your cellrefs file can be completed through a number of methods. A
spreadsheet tool such as Microsoft Excel can be used to manually populate the
SRCH_WIN_A and SRCH_WIN_N columns. The Network Element Editor allows you to
manually update individual fields of a cell. If your organization has an automated cellrefs file
generator, it can be enhanced to add SRCH_WIN_A and SRCH_WIN_N values.

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Configure Settings (Search Windows)

Summary Report (Search Windows)

Audit Report (Search Windows)

Details Report (Search Windows)

Optimize Neighbor Lists


From the CDMA Toolkit task bar, click on this heading:

You can now select from these reports:


Summary Report
Audit Report
Details Report

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When you click on the icon for a report, the Configure Settings dialog opens on the Data tab
to display all available data streams. Select a data stream appropriate to the report type and
click OK to view the report.

About Optimize Neighbor Lists Analysis


Neighbor List analyses lets you quickly and easily generate Neighbor Lists for multiple sectors
using measured Ec/Io data from PN Scanner drive test files. Neighbor List analysis can
compare measurement results with actual Neighbor Lists and recommend optimal
modifications to neighbor lists. As new sites are added to mature systems, or as the
propagation environment changes due to increased traffic loading, the Neighbor List Analysis
can save significant time in the generation of new optimal Neighbor Lists.
Why use Neighbor List analysis?
Over time, as new sites are added to a network and as loading levels in the network grow,
neighbor lists for existing and new cell sites may require modification to reflect accurately the
RF environment. If the neighbor list for a given sector fails to include another sector with a
strong Ec/Io, the mobile might not be able to demodulate the omitted sector. This inability to
demodulate a strong server can result in high levels of interference, which are likely to lead to
dropped calls and poor voice quality.
Neighbor lists that include too many unnecessary pilots may also cause problems. The
downside of including unnecessary pilots is that the searcher finger of the mobile is forced to
scan through these pilots, which reduces the ability of the searcher finger to measure pilots
that will be used in handoff.
The Neighbor List analysis lets you generate prioritized neighbor lists quickly for multiple cell
sites, using measured Ec/Io data from PN Scanner drive test files. The analysis ensures that
all pilots of appropriate strength will be included, and that the neighbor list will be limited to
those pilots likely to engage in handoff.
Because the Neighbor List analysis can compare measured neighbor lists with actual
neighbor lists, it can provide recommendations for adding and deleting pilots from neighbor
lists. As new sites are added to mature systems, the Neighbor List Analysis lets you quickly
recalculate new neighbor lists for all affected sectors.
How does it work?
The Neighbor List analysis performs the following steps for each measurement bin along the
drive test route:
1

The analysis calculates the Ec/Io from all sectors serving that bin. If the sectors
Ec/Io is above a user-defined threshold, the sector is considered as a potential
neighbor.

A matrix with rows and columns consisting of all sites is used to record each time
a given site is seen as the neighbor of another site (see Figure 1).

After all bins have been analyzed, prioritized neighbor lists are generated from the site matrix
(see Figure 1). By virtue of the analysis, neighbor lists are automatically symmetric.
Network element data requirements
You must have a cellrefs data file configured with cell site information for this analysis to work
properly.
In order to audit measured data versus actual settings, actual neighbor list settings must be
entered into the cellrefs data file. A sample .ini file has been provided which contains the
CDMANeighborList field. To make use of actual neighbor list settings, first add

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CDMANeighborList to your cellrefs .ini file per the sample. The addition of the actual data to
your cellrefs file can be completed through a number of methods.
A spreadsheet tool such as Microsoft Excel can be used to manually populate the
CDMANeighborList column. The Network Explorer allows you to manually update individual
fields of a cell. If your organization has an automated cellrefs file generator, it can be
enhanced to add CDMANeighborList values.
If you enter the values through a spreadsheet tool or an automated generator, the neighbor
list PN values should be comma-separated and enclosed in bracketsfor example
{6,20,251,.}.

Configure Settings (Neighbor Lists)

Summary Report (Neighbor Lists)

Audit Report (Neighbor Lists)

Details Report (Neighbor Lists)

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Evaluate Coverage
From the CDMA Toolkit task bar, click on this heading:

You can now select from these options:


Summary Report
Evaluate Scenario

When you click on this icon, the Configure Settings dialog opens on the Data tab to display all
available data streams. Select a data stream appropriate to the report type and click OK to
view the Summary Report or the Evaluate Scenario dialog. Evaluate Scenario allows you to
modify the conditions associated with the selected data stream and display the results in the
Workspace Explorer.

About Evaluate Coverage Analysis


The Evaluate Coverage analysis lets you quickly find the optimal settings for EIRP or forward
path attenuation in CDMA networks. EIRP or forward path attenuation can be modified to
mitigate pilot pollution and coverage problems that commonly occur in CDMA systems.
Forward path attenuation is attenuation applied only to channels on the forward link of the
CDMA system. Forward path attenuation can be modified through a variety of mechanisms
specific to each infrastructure vendor.
Other techniques for mitigating pilot pollution and coverage problems include the addition of
new sectors, and modifications to antenna type, azimuth, and downtilt. Currently, the Evaluate
Coverage analysis can only model forward path attenuation modifications.
The analysis is based only on measured pilot data, and ignores power received from other
CDMA channels. Thus, the analysis mimics the unloaded pilot measurements that are
typically performed as the first stage of cluster optimization. This technique is necessary
because in order to consider the impact of loading, traffic channel power must be modeled.
Traffic channel power is a dynamic value based on the number of users in the system and
their propagation path to each base station. The analysis uses PN Scanner drive test data
that provides Pilot channel received signals levels for each PN offset. However, the PN
Scanner cannot measure the traffic channel power received from each sector independently.
Therefore, it is not possible to know how a forward link attenuation change at a given site will
affect the received traffic channel power measured by the scanner.
Why use this analysis?
Typically, one must analyze drive test data to detect coverage and interference problems, and
then determine a hypothetical change to be made to EIRP or forward path attenuation to
mitigate the problem. Once the changes have been made, new drive tests are performed to
determine if the hypothesized changes have had the desired effect. If the effect of the change
is undesirable, additional changes and tests are performed.
The Evaluate Coverage analysis drastically improves the traditional process by modeling the
hypothesized changes using measured Ec/Io data from PN Scanner drive test files. This
allows the engineer to quickly evaluate several hypothesized changes to the forward link
power levels and to determine the configuration that is most likely to mitigate the problems.
The Evaluate Coverage analysis can offer significant time and accuracy improvements over
traditional methods. The Evaluate Coverage analysis is especially useful as new cells are
added to mature systems, and the RF configuration of both the new and existing cells must
be evaluated.

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How does it work?


The Evaluate Coverage analysis performs these steps for each measurement bin along the
drive test route:
1

The analysis calculates the Ec/Io above a user-defined threshold from all sectors
serving that bin.

Interference from only pilot signals, Ipilot, is calculated for the bin by summing Ec
from all serving pilots.

Unmodified, unloaded Ec/Io is calculated by dividing Ec by Ipilot for each sector.

Ec,mod for each sector is determined by applying the attenuation modifications


entered by the user to the Ec measured for each sector.

Modified interference from only pilots signals, Ipilot,mod, is calculated for the bin by
summing Ec,mod from all serving pilots.

Modified, unloaded Ec/Io is calculated by dividing Ec,mod by Ipilot,mod for each sector.

Using Evaluate Coverage


1

Click on
Summary Report.
The Summary Coverage Report provides coverage and interference information
for each sector.

Indicate modifications to Forward Link Attenuation on a sector-by-sector basis as


desired.

Based on the information presented in the Summary Coverage Report, consider


these actions:

Network
Problem

Action

Comment

Sector Causes
Interference

Consider increasing Forward Link


Attenuation for the interfering sector
(reduces EIRP) AND/OR

Take care not to degrade


coverage for the interfering
sector

Consider reducing Forward Link


Attenuation for the affected sectors
(increases EIRP),

Take care not to cause excess


interference from affected
sectors

Consider reducing Forward Link


Attenuation for the affected sector
(increases EIRP) AND/OR

Take care not to cause excess


interference from the affected
sector

Consider increasing Forward Link


Attenuation for the interfering sector
(decreases EIRP)

Take care not to degrade


coverage for the interfering
sectors

Consider reducing Forward Link


Attenuation (increases EIRP)

Take care not to cause excess


interference from affected sector

Sector Receives
Interference

Sector Has Poor


Coverage

NOTE: Check that all proposed Forward Link Attenuation modifications are within
equipment limits.
Detailed ad-hoc analysis of the unmodified and modified unloaded Ec/Io

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calculations can be performed to gain further insight into the effects of


attenuation.
4

Click on the Analyzer button to add these datasets to the Analyzer workspace.
The unmodified data is loaded into the workspace under the File name Base and
Stream name Prediction. The modified data is loaded into the workspace under
the File name Scenario and Stream name Prediction.

Click on the Report button to generate the Delta Coverage Report.


This report indicates whether the modifications generated in Step 2 have helped
to reduce the problems identified in Step 1. For each sector, the coverage and
interference statistics are summarized for the unloaded pilot data before and after
the Forward Link Attenuation modifications.

Configure Settings (Coverage)

Summary Report (Coverage)

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Evaluate Scenario (Coverage)

Optimize Multiple Carriers


From the CDMA Toolkit task bar, click on this heading:

You can now select from these reports:


Mobile Rx Power Delta Report
Mobile Tx Power Delta Report
Mobile Forward FER Delta Report
Mobile Tx Gain Adjust Delta Report
Ec/Io Delta Statistics Report
Ec Delta Statistics Report

When you click on the icon for a report, the Configure Settings dialog opens on the Data tab
to display all available data streams. Select a data stream appropriate to the report type and
click OK to view the report.

About Optimize Multiple Carriers Analysis

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Configure Settings (Multiple Carriers)

Mobile Rx Power Delta Report (Multiple Carriers)

Mobile Tx Power Delta Report (Multiple Carriers)

Mobile Forward FER Delta Report (Multiple Carriers)

Mobile Tx Gain Adjust Delta Report (Multiple Carriers)

Ec/Io Delta Statistics Report (Multiple Carriers)

Ec Delta Statistics Report (Multiple Carriers)

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Queries
About the Analysis Manager
Queries are a means of searching and filtering data based on user-defined events and
thresholds. Queries operate on binned data, and can consist of data parameters from one or
more technologies, written in the form of Boolean, logical, or arithmetic operations. You can
also define filters to act on a query to remove unwanted data points.
You can generate and maintain queries using the Analysis Manager window.
Starting the Analysis Manager

From the Tools menu, select Analysis Manager.

Using an existing analysis


Once a query has been created, it appears in the Queries data group in the Workspace
window under all open data streams.

If you rename a query, data previously generated by the original query name is not saved in
the Workspace.
Saving the active workspace also saves all queries in the Query Manager, along with all
defined filters. You may also Import queries from workspace files on disk into the active
workspace. This makes it easy to share useful queries with other Analyzer users.
The available query types are:

Crosstab

Binned

Filter

Histogram

Statistic

Event

About Crosstab Queries


The Crosstab query is used to generate statistics across one or more dimensions.

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It is useful for producing high-level overviews, especially where large data sets are used (for
example, in Abis files).
The query allows you to identify problem areas and to draw conclusions from the statistics.

About Binned Queries


The Binned query allows you to generate a new expression (as a parameter) based on
existing parameters. This is useful for adding non-standard queries, for example for pilot
pollution or path-loss, where each vendor will have their own definition for the query.
Binned Queries are similar to Custom Attributes, except that Binned Queries use a single line
expression and Custom Attributes are multi-line.

About Filter Queries


A Filter query passes data from an attribute or expression if it meets a single criterion.
For example, you could create a filter query called Poor Coverage, where the query passes
data from the expression Coverage with a value less than 95 dBm.
Once you have created several queries, you can access them through a right-click on a data
attribute in the Workspace Explorer: Within the Workspace Explorers tree view, the filter is
applied at the stream level.

About Histogram Queries


The Histogram query processes data for a single dimension into a bar chart, which is
good for producing a high-level view of the data.
This data is available for any time-series data displayed in a workbook. It can also
be displayed using the Histogram button in a chart.

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About Statistic Queries


The Statistic query allows you to generate data based on the statistics available for a
single dimension. It is useful for generating a high-level view for system metrics purposes.
This data is available for any time-series data displayed in a workbook.

About Event Queries


An Event query is like a Crosstab query, except that multi-dimensional statistics are
only collected within a user-defined window around a specific type of event or trigger. A
window exists for a limited number of messages or amount of time before and/or after the
event is triggered.
In a given log file there will be a window for each occurrence of the specified trigger event.
Where windows overlap, the overlapping messages are evaluated only once each in the
multi-dimensional query.

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Create a Crosstab Query


1

From the Tools menu, select Analysis Manager to display the New Analysis tab
of the Analysis Manager dialog.

From the panel, select Crosstab Query and click New to display the Crosstab
Query Wizard dialog:

Follow the instructions on the dialog to form the query.

When selecting an expression, click the right arrow button to display a drop-down
list of available attributes/parameters. You can also create a New expression or
Edit the listed expression, which in each case opens the Expression Builder
dialog. For more information, see Build and edit expressions.

The New Statistic and Edit Statistic buttons open the Statistic dialog.
You can use the Filter button to refine the query.

Tips for writing Crosstab Queries


Improving query efficiency
A Crosstab Query is evaluated by processing each message in turn, in the following
sequence:
1

The query filter is evaluated (button in bottom left hand corner of the Crosstab
Query wizard).

Dimensions are evaluated in order from top to bottom of the dimension list.

Statistics are evaluated in order from top to bottom of the statistics list. For each
statistic, first the statistics filter is evaluated, then the statistics expression.

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As each stage described above is evaluated successfully, the query passes to the next stage
until the message has satisfied every stage. The query then moves on to the next message.
If a filter or dimension is not satisfied for a given message, the message is discarded and the
query moves on to the next message.
To increase the efficiency of the query, eliminate unwanted messages by the query filter or a
dimension (that is, at the highest level in this sequence).
Improving efficiency (2)
If a query has many dimensions, performance may be improved by reducing the resolution of
data, for example, a query with RxLev and RxQual as dimensions would run more rapidly by
rounding the dimension expressions using the mround function.
mround(RxLev,5)

This rounds RxLev to the nearest multiple of five, reducing the combinations of RxLev and
RxQual stored in the query.
Count statistics
A typical Crosstab Query might be to count the number of times a certain message occurs,
with another attribute as a dimension (for example, a count of Handover Fail messages for
every Serving Cell ID).
The statistic should be defined like this:

The expression being counted is 1. This is only being evaluated when the filter is being
passed - that is, when A_Message_Type = 22 (handover failure).

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The format in the filter expression should be set to count, as shown here:

Crosstab Query example


1

From the Tools menu, select Analysis Manager to display the New Analysis tab
of the Analysis Manager dialog.

From the panel, double-click Crosstab Query to display the Crosstab Query
Wizard dialog.

For the name of the query, type in CDMA Server Statistics.

Click New Expression to open the Expression Builder dialog.

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5
6

For the Description, type in Serving Site.


In the expression pane, type in:
state(ServingCellID)

Click OK.

Create these new expressions:

Name

Expression
state(ServingSectorID)

Serving Sector

CDMA_CallType==2

CallType = 2

CDMA_CallType==1

CallType = 1

CDMA_CallType==0

CallType = 0
ServFreqChannelState
ServingCellIDState
ServingSectorIDState
9

state(ServFreqChannel)
state(ServingCellID)
state(ServingSectorID)

Click on the Expressions tab.

10 Select Serving Site and click Select Column. Do the same for Serving Sector.
11 Click New Statistic to create these statistics, selecting the expressions already
created or by selecting the appropriate CDMA data attributes:
Name

Expression/Parameter

Method

Percent
Dropped

CallType = 2

Percent True

Percent Failed

CallType = 1

Percent True

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Percent Good

CallType = 0

Percent True

Average FER

DownLink Measurements > ForwardFER

Mean

Average Ec/Io

DownLink Measurements > EcIo_1stBest

Mean

Average
Receive Power

DownLink Measurements > MobileReceivePower

Mean

Count of
Dropped Calls

Event Data > CallDropped

Count

Count of
Failed Calls

Event Data > OutgoingCallFail

Count

Count of Good
Calls

Event Data > CallCompleted

Count

12 In the last pane, check all the statistics boxes.


13 Click OK.

Create a Binned Query


1

From the Tools menu, select Analysis Manager to display the New Analysis tab
of the Analysis Manager dialog.

From the panel, select Binned Query and click New to display the Expression
Builder dialog.

Enter the details of the expression to be evaluated in every bin (data grouping).
For details on this dialog, see Build and edit expressions.

To set the Binning Settings for the query, click Binning to open the Binning
Settings dialog.

Select the binning method for this query. The Default binning method is that
defined using (from the main menu) Tools | Preferences.
The parameters displayed in the dialog change to match the binning method.
In this example, the Distance binning method has been selected, which has
expanded the dialog.

Define the binning settings and click OK to return to the Binned Query Wizard
dialog.

Click OK to complete the query definition.

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Binned Query example


This query is designed to help identify interference in CDMA data.

From the Tools menu, select Analysis Manager to display the New Analysis tab
of the Analysis Manager dialog.

From the panel, double-click Binned Query to open the Expression Builder and
create a new expression.

Under Description, type in the name of the expression to be Number of Pilots


above 14.

In the expression pane, type in:


array_count(EcIo_for_Nth_Best_Pilot[],>,-14

In the top right corner, set the Format to CDMA PN Count.


In this example, we are using the Default binning setting, set using Tools |
Preferences.

Click Binning to check that the query is using the 'Default' setting.

Click OK to close the Wizard, then click OK to close the Analysis Manager.

From the Workspace Explorer, right-click the query and select Display on Chart
to view the results of the query.

Display the Event Dropped Calls on the Chart to view dropped calls from the
handset.

10 Display the Event OutgoingCallFail on the Chart to view failed calls from the
handset.
Notice the correlation between call problems and the number of serving Pilots.

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Create a Filter Query


1

From the Tools menu, select Analysis Manager to display the New Analysis tab
of the Analysis Manager dialog.

From the panel, select Filter and click New to open the Filter Wizard dialog:
You can also right-click on a stream in the Workspace Explorer and select Filter,
Create a new filter to open the Filter Wizard dialog.

Type in a name for the filter.


Choose a name that you and other users will understand laterfor example Poor
Coverage. Ideally the filter name should incorporate the name of the expression
(in this case Coverage) and a qualifier such as Good, Poor, Bad and so on.

Select an expression for the filter.


When selecting an expression, click the right arrow button to display a drop-down
list of available attributes/parameters. You can also create a New expression or
Edit the listed expression, which in each case opens the Expression Builder
dialog. For more information, see 'Build and edit expressions'.

Select an operator for the filter.

Type in or select a related threshold value.

Click OK to complete the query definition.

Filter Query example


This query is designed to filter poor quality in CDMA data.

From the Workspace Explorer, right-click on the attribute Downlink


Measurements>EcIo_1stBest, and select Display on Map.

Right-click on the attribute Downlink Measurements>MobileReceivePower, and


select Display on Chart.

Right-click on the handset data stream and select Filter, then Create a New
Filter to open the Filter Wizard.

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Enter Poor Quality as the name of the filter.

Click on the right-arrow of the attribute picker and select CDMA > DownLink
Measurements > ForwardFER.

Set the filter operation to Greater than (>).

Set the threshold to 5.

Click OK to close the Wizard.


Notice that the other dialogs update to show the areas with poor quality.

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Create a Histogram Query


1

From the Tools menu, select Analysis Manager to display the New Analysis tab
of the Analysis Manager dialog.

From the panel, select Histogram.

Click New to open the Histogram Wizard. If you select one of the last two
histogram types, the dialog expands to provide more options:

When selecting an expression, click the right arrow button to display a drop-down
list of available attributes (the attribute picker).
You can also create a New expression or Edit the listed expression, which in
each case opens the Expression Builder dialog. For more information, see Build
and edit expressions.
To create a more complex query, click Filter to display the Filter dialog.

Histogram Query example


This query creates a histogram for the CDMA attribute HandoffState.

From the Tools menu, select Analysis Manager to display the New Analysis tab
of the Analysis Manager dialog.

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From the panel, double-click Histogram to open the Histogram Wizard.

Type in the name of the query to be Handoff State.

For the expression, click on the right-arrow of the attribute picker and select
CDMA > Dedicated Radio Link > HandoffState.

Select the radio button I want to specify ranges for my histogram.

Enter the following information:


In the Minimum Value box, type -0.5.
In the Maximum Value box, type 10.5.
In the No. of Columns box, type 11.

Click Generate.
The column definitions appear in the box:

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Click OK to close the Wizard and OK to close the Analysis Manager.

From the Workspace Explorer, right-click on Queries > Histograms > Handoff
State and select Display on Chart.

The histogram is now displayed:

Create a Statistic Query


1

From the Tools menu, select Analysis Manager to open the New Analysis tab of
the Analysis Manager dialog.

From the panel, select Statistic and click New to open the Statistic Wizard.

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Type in a descriptive name for the query.

Select or type in the name of an expression.


You can click the right arrow button to display a drop-down list of available
attributes/parameters.

You can also create a New expression or Edit the listed expression, which in
each case opens the Expression Builder dialog. Here is a simple example:

If you select an option to exclude data, the dialog expands to allow you to define
the top and bottom percentages or values to exclude.

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Click OK to complete the query definition.

Statistic Query example


1

From the Tools menu, select Analysis Manager to open the New Analysis tab of
the Analysis Manager dialog.

From the panel, double-click Statistic to open the Statistic Wizard.

Type in the name CDMA FER for the query.

For the expression, click on the right-arrow of the attribute picker and select
CDMA > DownLink Measurements > ForwardFER.

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From the radio buttons, select Yes, I want to exclude a total number of values
from the calculation.

In both exclusion boxes, type 2.

Click OK to close the Wizard, and click OK to close the Analysis Manager.

From the Workspace Explorer, right-click on Queries > Statistics > CDMA FER
and select Display on Table.

The statistics are now displayed in a table:

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Create an Event Query


1

From the Tools menu, select Analysis Manager to open the New Analysis tab of
the Analysis Manager dialog.

From the panel, double-click Event Query to open the Event Query Wizard.

Under Trigger Selection, at the right of the trigger input box, click the arrow button
to display a drop-down list of available attributes/parameters, and select a trigger
expression.
You can also create a new expression or edit the listed expression by pressing
Edit. This opens the Expression Builder dialog.

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Click the appropriate radio button to define the window type as based on time or
number of measurement reports.

In the text boxes, enter the size of the window before and after each trigger
event. Window size is defined in terms of milliseconds or a number of
measurement reports.
You may wish to discriminate between data from different sources when
evaluating an Event query. For example, in an Abis file containing interleaved
messages from many simultaneous calls, you may want each window only to
consider messages from the same call as the trigger event. In this case, set
Discriminator to Abis_Call_Id. When there is only one source (for example, with
drive test files), leave the discriminator blank.

Click Next to proceed.


The next dialog in the wizard allows you to define the query that will be evaluated
in each window. This dialog is effectively the same as that used when you Create
a Crosstab Query (See page 58).

Event Query example


1

From the Tools menu, select Analysis Manager to open the New Analysis tab of
the Analysis Manager dialog.

From the panel, double-click Event Query to open the Event Query Wizard.

Click on Edit to open the Expression Builder dialog.

Enter the expression as follows:

Click OK to close the dialog.

Complete the Event Query Wizard as follows:

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Click Next to open the second page of the wizard.

Enter a name for the query.

Click New Statistic to open the Statistic dialog.

10 Complete the dialog as follows:

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11 Click OK to close the dialog and OK again to complete the query.


12 Display and examine the query in the Statistics Explorer.

Build and edit expressions


You can use the Expression Builder to construct and maintain expressions for use within
1
queries. Type in a Description for the expression, and then either type the expression into
2
the upper expression pane directly , or click on the various buttons, parameters and
commands in the lower part of the dialog to build up the expression.

Click the symbol buttons to add the appropriate symbol to the expression in the window.
4

Double-click an attribute from the Parameters tab to add it to the expression.


5

The Expressions tab lists all existing expressions in the current workspace. You can nest
these expressions to create a powerful new expression. Double-click an expression to display
it in the expression window. Then double-click on a parameter or expression to make this the
value acted upon by the expression.
6

The <Values> pane allows you to set the value for the parameter.
7

Click a command to add it to the expression. A pop-up message explains how you can use
the selected command. See also the online function reference (See Other enhancements in
4.1 on page 57).
8

The Format selector indicates how the expression will be treated, in terms of units, histogram
bar definition, colors on a map, and so on.
9

The attribute picker allows you to select any permissible attribute.

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Edit an existing query


1

From the Tools menu, select Analysis Manager, then the Existing Analyses
tab of the Analysis Manager dialog.

From the list panel, select the required query and click Edit.

Alternatively, from the Workspace Explorer, right-click on the query and select
Edit Analysis Definition.

The appropriate query wizard dialog then opens.

Delete an existing query


1

From the Tools menu, select Analysis Manager, then the Existing Analyses
tab of the Analysis Manager dialog.

Select the required query from the list panel and click Delete to remove the
query.

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The selected query no longer appears in the Existing Analyses tab of the Analysis
Manager dialog or under the Queries heading in the Workspace Explorer.

Import a query
1

Select Tools | Analysis Manager to open the Analysis Manager dialog.

Click Import to open the Import Queries dialog.

Select the Actix Query File (*.xml) and click OK.


The selected query now appears in the Existing Analyses tab of the Analysis
Manager dialog and under the Queries heading in the Workspace Explorer.
You will lose all queries you generate in the current worksession, unless you
either save the workspace or export each query.

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Export a query
1

Select Tools | Analysis Manager to open the Analysis Manager dialog.

Go to the Existing Analyses tab and select the appropriate query.

Click Export to open the Export Queries dialog.

Select the appropriate folder and type in the name of the Actix Query File
(including the *.xml extension) and click OK.
The selected query now appears in the Existing Analyses tab, and in the
Workspace Explorer, under the Queries heading.
You will lose all queries you generate in the current worksession, unless you
either save the workspace or export each query.

Export as Load Time query


The Load Mode should be set to Full before you create or edit a Load Time
Query. This is under Tools | Preferences, in the General Settings, PCM Link
section.

Select Tools | Analysis Manager to open the Analysis Manager dialog.

Go to the Existing Analyses tab and select the appropriate query.

Click Load Time to open the Execute at Load Time column:

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Select Yes.

Click Export to save the query.


This query is exported to the location specified in Tools | Preferences, File
Locations, Load Time Queries.
Load Time Queries are only applied to logfiles loaded after the query was
imported or edited.

Change the name of a query


1

Select Tools | Analysis Manager to open the Analysis Manager dialog.

Go to the Existing Analyses tab and select the appropriate query.

Export the query under a new name.

Import the query.

Analysis Manager reference


Analysis Manager dialog
New Analysis tab
To define a new query

From the New Analysis tab, click on the appropriate query icon.

Existing Analysis tab

From the Existing Analyses tab, select one of the existing queries from the panel. The
queries are grouped by typefor example, Crosstab, Binned, Filter and so on.

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You can also add existing queries from another folder on your PC or network by clicking
Import and selecting the appropriate query file. You can also Export the query data as a file
for other users.

Crosstab Query Wizard


The New Expression and Edit Expression buttons open the Expression Builder dialog. For
more information, see Expressions.
The New Statistic and Edit Statistic buttons open the Statistic dialog.

Binned Query Wizard


The Binning button in the Expression Builder dialog displays the Binning Settings dialog. This
allows you to override (for this query) the global default binning settings defined under Tools |
Preferences.

Filter Wizard
The Filter Wizard lets you create a filter query. Filters allow you to specify data that will be
removed from a selection.

When you type in a name for the filter, choose a name that you and other users will
understand later, for example Poor Coverage. Ideally the filter name should incorporate the
name of the expression (in this case Coverage) and a qualifier such as Good, Poor, Bad
and so on.
There are several ways you can select an expression for the filter:

Choose the expression from a drop-down menu

Click the right-arrow to select from the attribute picker

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Click New to create a new expression in the Expression Builder

Click Edit to alter a selected expression in the Expression Builder

You then select an operator for the filter, and type in or select a related threshold value.

Histogram Wizard
When selecting an expression, click the right arrow button to display a drop-down list of
available attributes/parameters. You can also create a New expression or Edit the listed
expression, which in each case opens the Expression Builder dialog. The Filter button at the
bottom left also allows you to define a filter expression.

When specifying discrete values, you can use either or both of the Minimum and Maximum
boxes. Enter the value and click Add to display the text Equal to <value>.
You can specify the range for each column:

Individually, by entering the Minimum and Maximum values for a column and clicking
Add.

Automatically, by specifying the Minimum and Maximum Values for the entire range,
together with the Number of Columns. Then click Generate.

In each case, entering a Minimum Value will generate the text Greater than <value>, and
entering a Maximum Value will generate the text less than <value>. Check the related
Inclusive box to set the text to Greater than or equal to or less than or equal to.

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You can change a column definition by double-clicking on it in the window. The appropriate
values and settings will be displayed in the Minimum and Maximum Value and related boxes.
Make any necessary changes and click Update. The text in the column definition window
changes to reflect the new settings.

Statistic Wizard
This dialog allows you to create a statistical query based on a particular statistical technique
applied to a selected data attribute. You can also apply a filter to the attributes data before
using the statistical technique.

The New and Edit buttons open the Expression Builder dialog.

Query Window Definition


This dialog lets you define a query window. This is a query for calculating statistics before,
during or after a selected event.
Select an event from the drop-down list, or click New or Edit to open the Filter Wizard dialog
to create a new filter.
You can then define the window in terms of the number or milliseconds before or after the
selected event, or, if based on measurement reports, the number of reports before or after the
event.

Filter dialog
This dialog lets you select which filters to apply to the data.
The filter window displays all available filters for selection. Click on a filter to check or uncheck
its selection box. Click New or Edit to open the Filter Wizard and create a new filter or edit an
existing filter.

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There are two radio buttons below the filter window. Select OR where you want to exclude
data that matches any of the selected filter criteria, or select AND where you want to exclude
data that matches each one of the selected filter criteria.

Event Query Wizard


The first dialog in this wizard allows you to define the triggering event and the period before
and the period after the event to include.
The second dialog is similar to the Crosstab Query.

Expression Builder function reference


See also How to build and edit expressions.

log
log(expr)

Returns the natural log (base e) of expr

log10
log10(expr)

Returns the log (base 10) of expr

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abs
abs(expr)

Returns the absolute positive value of expr

abstime
abstime(round_to)

abstime() returns the absolute time of the current message as a floating point number in the
1900 date system used by Excel and Win32 automation.
round_to is an optional argument that rounds the result to a given number of seconds. This
argument allows the returned value to be rounded to the nearest absolute time boundary, for
example, abstime(60) rounds to the nearest minute, abstime(3600) rounds to the nearest
hour, and abstime (86400) rounds to the nearest day.

add
add(expr1,expr2)
expr1+expr2

Returns the sum of expr1 and expr2

array_min
array_min(attribute[])

Returns the lowest value in the attribute array

array_min_index
array_min(attribute[])

Returns the index that contains the lowest value in the attribute array

array_max
array_max(attribute[])

Returns the highest value in the attribute array

array_max_index
array_max(attribute[])

Returns the index that contains the highest value in the attribute array

array_nth_min
array_nth_min(attribute[],n)

Returns the nth ranked value in the attribute array, starting from the lowest

array_nth_max
array_nth_max(attribute[],n)

Returns the nth ranked value in the attribute array, starting from the highest

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array_mean
array_mean(attribute[])

Returns the mean value in the array

array_stdev
array_stdev(attribute[])

Returns the standard deviation of all values in the attribute array

array_count
array_count(attribute[],operation,expr)

Returns the number of values in the attribute array for which the condition is true
Example:
array_count(NborRxLev[],>,-70)

state
state(expr)

Not available for Binned queries

If valid, this returns the value of an expression (where the value of attributes equals that at the
current message), otherwise it returns the last valid value

delta
delta(expr1,expr2)

Not available for Binned queries

Returns the result of expr1state(expr2) - see 'state' for details

event_time
event_time()

Not available for Binned queriesonly meaningful when used with windowed
queries

Returns the time of the current window event

event_message
event_message()

Not available for Binned queriesonly meaningful when used with windowed
queries

Returns the message number of the current window event

event_before
event_before()

Not available for Binned queriesonly meaningful when used with windowed
queries

Returns 1 if the current message is before the window event, or else it returns 0

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bin
bin(datum,bin_size,value)

Used internally within Analyzer

Returns the center value of the bin containing the specified value. The bin is defined by datum
and size.
For example,
bin(3,5,x)

would return center values shown below:


Bin#

Start

End

Center

-1

-2

0.5

5.5

13

10.5

13

18

15.5

bin_index
bin_index(datum,bin_size,value)

Used internally within Analyzer

As for bin (), except that the index of the bin is returned instead of the center value.

divide
divide(expr1,expr2)

Returns expr1 divided by expr2

eval
eval(expr1,expr2,exprn)

Used internally within Analyzer

Returns: the value of expr1 this is used to enable multiple expressions to be evaluated, and
evals can be nested to any level. The arguments are evaluated in the order left to right.

geoprojectx
geoprojectx(lat,long)

Used internally within Analyzer

Returns the easting (x coordinate) of the projected value of lat,long using the contexts current
geodetic projection

geoprojecty
geoprojecty(lat,long)

Used internally within Analyzer

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Returns the northing (y coordinate) of the projected value of lat,long using the contexts
current geodetic projection

geoinvprojectlon
geoinvprojectlon(east,north)

Used internally within Analyzer

Returns the longitude of the inverse projected value of east(x),north(y) using the contexts
current geodetic projection

geoinvprojectlat
geoinvprojectlat(east,north)

Used internally within Analyzer

Returns the latitudeof the inverse projected value of east(x),north(y) using the contexts
current geodetic projection

get
get(attribute[],array_index,message)

Used internally within Analyzer

Returns the value at the array_index position of the attribute array for the specified message
number

greater_than
greater_than(expr1,expr2)
(expr1)>(expr2)

Returns 1 if expr1 is greater than expr2, otherwise returns 0

greater_than_or_equal
greater_than_or_equal(expr1,expr2)
(expr1)>=(expr2)

Returns 1 if expr1 is greater than or equal to expr2, otherwise returns 0

if
if(expr1,expr2,expr3)

Returns expr2 if expr1 <> zero, and expr3 if expr1 = zero

equals
equals(expr1,expr2)
(expr1)==(expr2)

Returns 1 if expr1 equals expr2, otherwise returns 0


String literals should be enclosed in quotes (not mandatory unless
the literal begins with numeric character or contains spaces), for
example:
ServingCellID=="CellABC"

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is_not_equal
is_not_equal(expr1,expr2)
(expr1)!=(expr2)

Returns 1 if expr1 is not equal to expr2, otherwise returns 0


String literals should be enclosed in quotes (not mandatory unless
the literal begins with numeric character or contains spaces), for
example:
ServingCellID!="CellABC"

less_than
less_than(expr1,expr2)
(expr1)<(expr2)

Returns 1 if expr1 is less than expr2, otherwise returns 0

less_than_or_equal
less_than_or_equal(expr1,expr2)
(expr1)<=(expr2)

Returns 1 if expr1 is less than or equal to expr2, otherwise returns 0

message
message()

Used internally within Analyzer

Returns the absolute current message number

row
row()

Used internally within Analyzer

Returns the absolute current message number

mod
mod(number,divisor)

Returns the remainder after number is divided by divisor, with the result having the same sign
as divisor

not
not(expr)
!(expr)

Returns 1 if expr is 0, otherwise returns 0

or
or(expr1,expr2)
(expr1)||(expr2)

Returns 1 if expr1 or expr2 are not zero, otherwise returns 0

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and
and(expr1,expr2)
(expr1)&&(expr2)

Returns 1 if expr1 and expr2 are not zero, otherwise returns 0

power
power(expr1,expr2)

Returns expr1 to the power expr2

prev_message_where
prev_message_where(expr)

Returns the number of the last preceding message number, where the value of expr is nonzero.

prev_state
prev_state(expr)

Not available for Binned queries

Returns the value of expr where the value of the attribute is the previous valid value. This is
equivalent to the value of state(expr) at the preceding message.

prev_time_where
prev_time_where(expr)

Not available for Binned queries

Returns the relative time of the last preceding message number where the value of expr is
non-zero.

product
product(expr1,expr2)

Returns expr1 multiplied by expr2

round
round(expr,num_digits)

Rounds to the nearest number, to a specified number of decimal places. If num_digits is


negative, then expr is rounded to the left of the decimal point by that many places. For
example:
expr

num_digits

returns:

555.555

555.6

555.5

-1

560

555.555

556

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roundup
roundup(expr,num_digits)

Rounds up to the next highest number, to a specified number of decimal places. If num_digits
is negative, then exbr is rounded up to the left of the decimal point by that many places. For
example:
expr

num_digits

returns:

555.51

555.6

555.5

-1

560

555.555

556

rounddown
rounddown(expr,num_digits)

Rounds down to the next lowest number, to a specified number of decimal places. If
num_digits is negative, then number is rounded down to the left of the decimal point by that
many places. For example:
expr

num_digits

returns:

555.51

555.5

555.5

-1

550

555.555

555

mround
mround(expr,multiple)

Rounds the specified number to the nearest whole multiple.


For example, if multiple = 3, number would be rounded to whichever was the nearest out of 3,
6, 9, 12, and so on.
Other examples:
expr

multiple

returns:

27

25

555

10

560

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set
set(attribute[],array_index,value,message)
set(attribute[],array_index,value)

Used internally within Analyzer

Sets a value at the array_index position of the attribute array (for the specified message
number)

sum
sum(expr1,expr2)
(expr1)+(expr2)

Returns expr1 plus expr2


String literals should be enclosed in quotes (not mandatory unless
the literal begins with numeric character or contains spaces), for
example:
ServingCellID+"CellABC"

Statistic dialog
This dialog allows you to create a statistic based on a new or existing expression, and a
statistical analysis of that expression for example, the mean, median, maximum value and
so on.
The statistic is evaluated as follows:
Aggregation method (for example, mean) of a Statistic expression, where the Filter
expression is TRUE.

Click New and Edit to open the Expression Builder dialog. To refine the aggregation method,
click Filter, which opens the Filter Wizard.

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The first example has no filter and calculates the mean of every UL RxLev measurement.
The example shown below has a filter to ensure only Handover Fail messages are evaluated,
and performs a simple statistic expression (incrementing the count by 1 at each Handover
Fail message):

Binning Settings
This dialog defines how the data is to be averaged. If you leave this dialog blank, the data will
be averaged using the default binning settings (which are set through Tools | Preferences).

The DATE Type


The DATE type is implemented using an 8-byte floating-point number. Days are represented
by whole number increments starting with 30 December 1899, midnight as time zero. Hour
values are expressed as the absolute value of the fractional part of the number. The following
table illustrates this:
Date and time

Representation

30 December 1899, midnight

0.00

1 January 1900, midnight

2.00

4 January 1900, midnight

5.00

4 January 1900, 6 A.M.

5.25

4 January 1900, noon

5.50

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4 January 1900, 9 P.M.

5.875

So, the DATE date type, and also the COleDateTime class, represent dates and times as a
classic number line.
However, there are discontinuities for dates before 30 December 1899. See the following
table for an illustration:
Date and time

Representation

30 December 1899, midnight

0.00

29 December 1899, midnight

-1.00

18 December 1899, midnight

-12.00

18 December 1899, 6 A.M.

-12.25

18 December 1899, noon

-12.50

18 December 1899, 6 P.M.

-12.75

19 December 1899, midnight

-11.00

Network Image
About Network Imaging
You may want to process a large number of log files, but are only interested in specific data
parameters. Analyzer allows you to group this information together under a unique collection
of data, called a network image. A network image is a single data file (.dat file) that contains
the results of a series of queries run on a set of logfiles. More logfiles can be queried and
added to the network image, increasing the size of the data file.
Analyzer contains default network image templates that each contain a set of data
parameters. You can then create several images from each definition, for example for
consecutive months. Data from these network images can then be collated to see how key
network parameters have changed over time.
Once you have created a network image file from a template and attached it to the
workspace, you can use it to define which data attributes are to be involved in a batch load.
Batch-loading allows you to import a small number of important data parameters without
needing to load all of each file.

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When all the files have been processed, you can examine the batched data attributes in the
same way as you would for standard data attributes, using maps, charts and so on.

Create a new network image file


1

Select Network Image | Create Network Image to open the Create Network
Image dialog.

Select a network image template and click OK to open the Save As dialog.

Enter a File name and location for the network image file and click Save.

Attach an existing network image file


1

Select Network Image | Attach Network Image to display the Select Network
Image File dialog.

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Select a network image file from the list and click Open.
The Workspace Explorer updates to show the selected network image as active
under the Network Image heading.

Batch load data files


1

From the Workspace Explorer, right-click on the network image file to be used to
define those data attributes involved in the batch load.

From the pop-up menu, select the Batch Load Files option.

This opens the Select Files to Load dialog.

Select one or more data files and click Open.


Analyzer processes the files and, when complete, displays a window reporting on
the status of the batch load.

The batched data attributes now appear in the Workspace Explorer, ready for
analysis.

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GPRS Analysis
GPRS Drive Test analysis
You can analyze GPRS Drive Test data using charts, queries and so on just like any other drive
test data within Analyzer*. However, you need to be aware of the function of the GPRS Drive Test
attributes highlighted below:

These attributes are described under the following sections:


Calculating Block Error (BLER) and Block Success Rates, Timing and Bit Sums.
*Some GPRS Drive Test files do not contain GPS data. If you want to display data on a map, you
will need to (1) create your own GPS data file using your logging tool; (2) use Analyzers
Text Import Wizard to import the log file; (3) Superstream the imported file with the GPRS
Drive Test file. You can now plot the superstreamed data attributes on a map.

Map DT files lacking GPS data


Some GPRS Drive Test files do not contain GPS data. If you want to display data on a map, you
will need to:
1

Create your own GPS data file using your logging tool.

Use Analyzers Text Import Wizard (File | Import Text File) to import the log file

Superstream the imported file with the GPRS Drive Test file (as described in the
section Superstream PCM Link/Drive Test data in the chapter Analyzing A and Abis
data).
You can now plot the superstreamed data attributes on a map.

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Calculating Block Error (BLER) and Block


Success Rates
Analyzer provides you with three methods of calculating block error and block success data rates.
The data sets for these methods are shown in the Workspace Explorer as BLER1, BLER2 and
Success Rate:

Choose whichever method you prefer.


The same set of data attributes is provided for each data rate calculation method.

All BLER 1 attributes end with a 1, and all BLER 2 attributes end with a 2. Success Rate
attribute names do not end with a number.
There are three main attributes for downlink (DL), and a matching set of attributes for uplink (UL):
SinceLastAckNack the results of the data rate calculation since the last packet UL/DL
ACK/NACK message.
PerTFI the results of the data rate calculation for the TFI.
ForFile the results of the data rate calculation for the entire file.

BLER1 method
BLER1 = 100% x total unique NACK/total unique BSNs
Here is an example set of messages and the corresponding BLER calculation:
Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

RLC data block

ACK

RLC data block

ACK

RLC data block

NACK

RLC data block

ACK

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ACK/NACK

33%

RLC data block

ACK

RLC data block

ACK

RLC data block

ACK

ACK/NACK
RLC data block

0%
5

ACK

To 1st ACK/NACK:
One NACK transmitted out of three unique RLC data blocks (1/3 = 33%)

To 2nd ACK/NACK:
Zero NACKs transmitted out of three unique RLC data blocks (0/3 = 0%)

BLER2 method
BLER2 = 100% x total NACK transmitted/total BSNs transmitted
Note that this includes retransmissions.
Here is an example set of messages and the corresponding BLER calculation:

Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

RLC data block

ACK

RLC data block

ACK

RLC data block

NACK

RLC data block

ACK

ACK/NACK

BLER2

25%

RLC data block

ACK

RLC data block

ACK

RLC data block

ACK

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ACK/NACK
RLC data block

0%
5

ACK

To 1st ACK/NACK:
One NACK transmitted out of four RLC data blocks (1/4 = 25%)

To 2nd ACK/NACK:
Zero NACKs transmitted out of three RLC data blocks (0/3 = 0%)

Success Rate method


Success Rate = 100% x total unique ACK/(total NACK + ACK + retransmissions)
Here is an example set of messages and the corresponding calculation:

Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

RLC data block

ACK

RLC data block

ACK

RLC data block

NACK

RLC data block

ACK

ACK/NACK

50%

RLC data block

ACK

RLC data block

ACK

RLC data block

ACK

ACK/NACK
RLC data block

Success Rate

100%
5

ACK

To 1st ACK/NACK:
Two unique ACKs transmitted out of four RLC data blocks (2/4 = 50%)

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To 2nd ACK/NACK:
Three unique ACKs transmitted out of three RLC data blocks (3/3 = 100%)

Timing
Under Timing, three data attributes are provided for both the uplink and the downlink.

'TimeToResume', 'TransmissionTime_SinceLastAckNack' and 'TimeToAck'.

TimeToResume
This is the time between ACK/NACK and first RLC data block.

Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

TimeStamp (msec)

RLC data block

ACK

100

RLC data block

ACK

200

RLC data block

NACK

400

RLC data block

ACK

450

ACK/NACK
RLC data block

600
2

ACK

780

From the above example, 780 600 = 180 msec.

Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

TimeStamp (msec)

RLC data block

ACK

800

RLC data block

ACK

810

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ACK/NACK
RLC data block

1100
5

ACK

1420

From the second example, 1420 1100 = 320 msec.

TransmissionTime_SinceLastAckNack
This is the time between the first RLC data block and the next ACK/NACK.

Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

TimeStamp (msec)

RLC data block

ACK

100

RLC data block

ACK

200

RLC data block

NACK

400

RLC data block

ACK

450

ACK/NACK

600

From the above example, 600 100 = 500 msec = 0.5 sec.

Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

TimeStamp (msec)

RLC data block

ACK

780

RLC data block

ACK

800

RLC data block

ACK

810

ACK/NACK

1100

From the second example, 1100 780 = 320 msec.

TimeToAck
This is the time between the last RLC data block and the following ACK/NACK.

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Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

TimeStamp (msec)

RLC data block

ACK

100

RLC data block

ACK

200

RLC data block

NACK

400

RLC data block

ACK

450

ACK/NACK

600

From the first example, 600 450 = 150 msec.

Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

TimeStamp (msec)

RLC data block

ACK

780

RLC data block

ACK

800

RLC data block

ACK

810

ACK/NACK

1100

From the second example, 1100 810 = 290 msec.

Bit Sums
Under Bit Sums, these attribute sets are
provided which contain every available
combination of UL/DL and
SinceLastAckNack/PerTFI:
Ack Bit Sum
Total Bit Sum
Ack Bit Rate
Total Bit Rate
Efficiency
Radio Efficiency
Block Repetition

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Ack Bit Sum


This is the sum of the bits for all uniquely ACKd blocks over the period
(SinceLastAckNack/PerTFI). The number of bits per block depends on the coding scheme in use.
The example below assumes that coding scheme 1 (181 bits/block) is in use, and that the period
is SinceLastAckNack:

Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

Bits

RLC data block

ACK

181

RLC data block

ACK

181

RLC data block

NACK

181

RLC data block

ACK

181

ACK/NACK

For the first example, the unique blocks ACKd were BSNs 0 and 1.
AckBitSum = 181 + 181 = 362

Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

Bits

RLC data block

ACK

181

RLC data block

ACK

181

RLC data block

ACK

181

ACK/NACK

For the second example, the unique blocks ACKd were BSNs 2, 3 and 4.
AckBitSum = 181 + 181 + 181 = 543.

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Total Bit Sum


This is the sum of the bits for all transmitted blocks over the period (SinceLastAckNack/PerTFI).
The number of bits per block depends on the coding scheme in use. The example below
assumes that coding scheme 1 (181 bits/block) is in use, and that the period is
SinceLastAckNack:

Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

Bits

RLC data block

ACK

181

RLC data block

ACK

181

RLC data block

NACK

181

RLC data block

ACK

181

ACK/NACK

For the first example, the transmitted blocks were BSNs 0, 1, 2 and 0.
TotalBitSum = 181 + 181 + 181 + 181 = 724

Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

Bits

RLC data block

ACK

181

RLC data block

ACK

181

RLC data block

ACK

181

ACK/NACK

For the second example, the transmitted blocks were BSNs 2, 3 and 4.
TotalBitSum = 181 + 181 + 181 = 543.

Ack Bit Rate


This is the sum of the bits for all uniquely ACKd blocks divided by the transmission time for the
period (SinceLastAckNack/PerTFI). The number of bits per block depends on the coding scheme
in use. The example below assumes that coding scheme 1 (181 bits/block) is in use, and that the
period is SinceLastAckNack:

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Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

TimeStamp (msec) Bits

RLC data block

ACK

100

181

RLC data block

ACK

200

181

RLC data block

NACK

400

181

RLC data block

ACK

450

181

600

181

ACK/NACK

From the above example, the transmission time is 600-100 = 500 msec = 0.5 sec.
The unique blocks ACKd were BSNs 0 and 1.
AckBitSum = 181 + 181 = 362
AckBitRate = 362/0.5 = 724 bits/sec.

Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

TimeStamp (msec) Bits

RLC data block

ACK

780

181

RLC data block

ACK

800

181

RLC data block

ACK

810

181

1100

181

ACK/NACK

From the second example, the transmission time is 1100 780 = 320 msec. = 0.32 sec.
The unique blocks ACKd were BSNs 2, 3 and 4.
AckBitSum = 181 + 181 + 181 = 543.
AckBitRate = 543/0.32 = 1697 bits/sec.

Total Bit Rate


This is the sum of the bits for all transmitted blocks divided by the transmission time for the period
(SinceLastAckNack/PerTFI). The number of bits per block depends on the coding scheme in use.
The example below assumes that coding scheme 1 (181 bits/block) is in use, and that the period
is SinceLastAckNack:

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Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

TimeStamp (msec) Bits

RLC data block

ACK

100

181

RLC data block

ACK

200

181

RLC data block

NACK

400

181

RLC data block

ACK

450

181

600

181

ACK/NACK

From the above example, the transmission time is 600-100 = 500 msec = 0.5 sec.
The transmitted blocks were BSNs 0, 1, 2 and 0.
TotalBitSum = 181 + 181 + 181 + 181 = 724
TotalBitRate = 724/0.5 = 1448 bits/sec.

Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

TimeStamp (msec) Bits

RLC data block

ACK

780

181

RLC data block

ACK

800

181

RLC data block

ACK

810

181

1100

181

ACK/NACK

From the second example, the transmission time is 1100 780 = 320 msec. = 0.32 sec.
The transmitted blocks were BSNs 2, 3 and 4.
TotalBitSum = 181 + 181 + 181 = 543.
TotalBitRate = 543/.32 = 1697 bits/sec.

Efficiency
This is the AckBitRate divided by the TotalBitRate, expressed as a percentage. The number of
bits per block depends on the coding scheme in use. The example below assumes that coding
scheme 1 (181 bits/block) is in use, and that the period is SinceLastAckNack:

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Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

TimeStamp (msec) Bits

RLC data block

ACK

100

181

RLC data block

ACK

200

181

RLC data block

NACK

400

181

RLC data block

ACK

450

181

600

181

ACK/NACK

From the above example, the transmission time is 600-100 = 500 msec = 0.5 sec.
The unique blocks ACKd were BSNs 0 and 1.
AckBitSum = 181 + 181 = 362
AckBitRate = 362/0.5 = 724 bits/sec.
The transmitted blocks were BSNs 0, 1, 2 and 0.
TotalBitSum = 181 + 181 + 181 + 181 = 724
TotalBitRate = 724/0.5 = 1448 bits/sec.
Efficiency = AckBitRate/TotalBitRate x 100% = 724/1448 x 100%= 50%

Radio Efficiency
This is the AckBitSum divided by the total number of blocks transmitted. The number of bits per
block depends on the coding scheme in use. The example below assumes that coding scheme 1
(181 bits/block) is in use, and that the period is SinceLastAckNack:

Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

Bits

RLC data block

ACK

181

RLC data block

ACK

181

RLC data block

NACK

181

RLC data block

ACK

181

ACK/NACK

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For the first example, the unique blocks ACKd were BSNs 0 and 1. Four blocks were transmitted.
AckBitSum = 181 + 181 = 362
RadioEfficiency = 362/4 = 90 AckBits per block.

Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

Bits

RLC data block

ACK

181

RLC data block

ACK

181

RLC data block

ACK

181

ACK/NACK

For the second example, the unique blocks ACKd were BSNs 2, 3 and 4. Three blocks were
transmitted.
AckBitSum = 181 + 181 + 181 = 543
RadioEfficiency = 543/3 = 181 AckBits per block.

Block Repetition
Block Repetition = total NACK+ACK transmitted (including retransmissions) total unique
NACK+ACK transmitted
Here is an example set of messages and the corresponding calculation:

Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

RLC data block

ACK

RLC data block

ACK

RLC data block

NACK

RLC data block

ACK

ACK/NACK
RLC data block

Block Repetition

1
2

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RLC data block

ACK

RLC data block

ACK

ACK/NACK
RLC data block

0
5

ACK

To 1st ACK/NACK:
Four NACK+ACK transmitted minus three unique NACK+ACK data blocks (43 = 1)

To 2nd ACK/NACK:
Three NACK+ACK transmitted minus three unique NACK+ACK data blocks (33 = 0)

Gb analysis
About Gb analysis
Introduction
Actix Gb Analysis allows you to test, analyze and optimize the radio performance of a GPRS
network and the performance of the mobile to SGSN link/subsystem. By fully decoding the Gb
interface and higher layers, you can validate the Frame Relay link, assess the performance of
radio procedures, and measure throughput delay, services requested and so on.
Gb Analysis supports a drill-down analysis strategy, which lets you:

Easily identify areas with poor performance

Make a detailed investigation if needed

Gb Analysis includes:

Statistical predefined analyses and reports

Statistical user-definable analyses

Ad-hoc, user-definable detailed investigation of mobile behaviour, PDP contexts or


events, or performance of individual cells

Future releases of the product will evolve towards optimisation and troubleshooting, as GPRS
networks themselves mature.
Decode of the Gb interface
These allow Analyzer to track mobiles and PDP contexts across the Gb interface:

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All layers, Network Service, BSSGP, Logical Link Control layer (LLC) and higher

Analyzer supports the specification SMG 31bis. If your data was collected to an earlier
specification, refer to the original ETSI specifications to identify the differences. These
Change Records can be found in Annexes at the back of each specification.
Higher layer decodes
Decode of GPRS mobility and session management:

Validates performance of radio procedures, such as the Attach procedure or routing area
update (as defined in GSM 04.08)

Decode of IP information allows calculation of throughput:

Address information

Packet length

Using Gb analysis techniques


This feature

Allows you to

Gb Sub-Streams

Break the log files data stream into a series of sub-streams, each
corresponding to data between an Attach and a Detach.

Protocol Stack Browser

View the messaging contained within the log file, filtering out
messages relating to specific protocol layers.

GPRS analysis reports

Examine a series of web-based comprehensive analyses of the log


file data, which you can save and view later or forward on to other
engineers or to management.

There are three main ways you can use Analyzer for Gb Link data analysis:

Using Actix Scenarios

Using user-defined analyses

Developing user-defined analyses

These are explained below:


Using Actix Scenarios
This is the standard method for Gb Link analysis, and follows this general pattern:
1

Start Analyzer. Do not load a logfile yet.

Choose one or more pre-generated Scenarios. For details, see 'Choose Gb


Scenarios'.

Load the logfile to be examined. The default Load Mode is 'Minimal Load', which
avoids loading unnecessary data from the logfile and reduces the load time.

Select an application pack, narrow the data selection and display the results in a
report.

Use Analyzer tools to identify problem areas in the logfile. These tools are described
elsewhere in the online help.

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Using user-defined analyses


These are non-standard analysis methods produced by advanced users for co-workers.
1

Start Analyzer. Do not load a logfile yet.

Import the appropriate Load Time Queries from the Analysis Manager.

Load the logfile to be examined. The default Load Mode is Minimal Load, which
avoids loading unnecessary data from the logfile and reduces the load time.

Use custom reports to analyze data.

Developing user-defined analyses


This is for advanced users who want to expand on the reports and queries provided as standard
with Analyzer, using their own expert knowledge of the technology and their network.
1

Start Analyzer.

Select Tools | Preferences, and set Load Mode to Full Load.

Load a small example logfile.

Write Load Time Queries and Reports as required. For details, see the online help.
Crosstab and Event queries can be used with Gb data to create suitable call
analyses (that is, queries that can be used with the Statistics Explorer).

Set Load Mode back to Minimal Load before attempting to examine any new logfiles.

Choose Gb Scenarios
Scenarios are collections of analyses that can be performed on any PCM Link data as it is loaded
into Analyzer. You select the Scenarios you need, depending on the tasks you want to perform.
However, the more Scenarios that are selected, the longer the data takes to load, so only the
basic analysis sets are selected by default.
Note that you must have at least one Gb Scenario selected for Gb analysis features to work
correctly.
For more information on Scenarios, see Load Time Queries in each Scenario.
To choose a Scenario
1 From the Tools menu, select Choose Scenario to open this dialog:

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Select one or more appropriate Scenarios and click OK.

Examine Gb Load Time Queries


If you have selected one or more Scenarios, the related Load Time Queries are displayed in the
Workspace Explorer.

To display a Load Time Query in the Statistics Explorer


1 From the Workspace Explorer, right-click on the appropriate Load Time Query to
open the pop-up menu.
2

Select Display the Statistics Explorer.

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The Statistics Explorer opens with the Load Time Query selected. All other queries
are also displayed in the Queries panel, and may be selected as required.

Load Time Queries in each Scenario


Gb Signalling Analysis
This Scenarios Load Time Queries are those used in the application pack of the same name.
Gb Throughput Analysis
The Traffic Type Load Time Queries are those used in the Gb Throughput Analysis application
pack, but there are also eight other Load Time Queries containing useful information that can be
displayed in the Statistics Explorer.
Gb TCP Session Analysis
Gb Handset Analysis
These last two Scenarios each contain one query. Display one of these queries in the Statistics
Explorer, highlight an interesting row and click the Analyze button.
In the example below, Gb Handset Analysis has been displayed in the Statistics Explorer. The
user has identified a high number of PDP Activation Failures for a particular mobile, and so clicks
Analyze.

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This generates a new analysis stream for the mobile in question that can be examined in the
Protocol Stack Browser (without needing to set the Load Mode to Full) and the Message
Browser.

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The Protocol Stack Browser


The Protocol Stack Browser allows you to examine Gb messaging by protocol.
To start the Protocol Stack Browser
1 From the Tools menu, select Preferences and ensure that, under PCM Link, Load
Mode is set to Full.
2

From the Workspace Explorer, right-click on the stream name and select Display
Protocol Stack Browser.

The Protocol Stack Browser window opens:

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The upper panel shows a formatted breakdown of every message, while the bottom
panel shows the full decode for the currently selected message.
You can also use the Sync Msgs button to synchronize the display with chart
windows and with the Message Browser window to provide a better understanding of
the data.
If you do not intend to continue using the Protocol Stack Browser, then from the
Tools menu, select Preferences, and ensure that under PCM Link, Load Mode is
set to Minimal.

GPRS Gb application packs


GPRS Gb Signaling Analysis (See page 255)Gb Throughput Analysis (See page 255)

GPRS Gb Signaling Analysis


Msg Breakdown
Can be used as a high-level overview of the messaging used at each protocol layer of the Gb
interface.
MM Attach
Attach count and percentage, breakdowns of cause value, attach type and attach result.

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MM Detach
MOD and MTD detach count and percentage, breakdowns of cause value and detach type.
MM RA Update
RAU count and percentage, breakdowns of cause value, update type and update result.
MM Error Conditions
Breaks down the GMM cause values reported in the GMM status messages.
SM Error Conditions
SM cause value breakdowns for uplink and downlink.
SM PDP Context
Count, percentage, and cause value breakdowns for MS-initiated and network-initiated
activations.
SM PDP Context Deactivation
Count, percentage, and cause value breakdowns for MS-initiated and network-initiated
deactivations.
Flow Control Statistics
BVC and MS Flow Control Statistics including bucket size and leak rates.
Discarded LLC-PDU Statistics
Shows average LLC frames discarded and Octets deleted.
Cell Update Table
Shows the GPRS cell update occurrences using the Cell Identity in the uplink messages of the
BSSGP protocol layer.
Flush Statistics
Shows Flush Action and average number of Octets affected.

GPRS Gb Throughput Analysis


TCP Traffic Type Analysis
Using the Source and Destination ports from the TCP header, the traffic type for the data packets
can be analyzed.
UDP Traffic Type Analysis
As above but uses the Source and Destination ports from the UDP header.

GPRS Specifications
Gb Analyzer supports the specification SMG 31bis. If your data was collected to an earlier
specification, refer to the original ETSI specifications to identify the differences. These
Change Records can be found in Annexes at the back of each specification.
These specifications can be downloaded from www.3gpp.org/3G_Specs/3G_Specs.htm:

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ETSI TS 101 349 v8.5.0 (2000-10) [RLC/MAC]


Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+); General Packet Radio Service (GPRS);
Mobile Station (MS) - Base Station System (BSS) interface; Radio Link Control/Medium Access
Control (RLC/MAC) protocol (GSM 04.60 version 8.5.0 Release 1999)
ETSI TS 101 350 [Description of GPRS radio interface]
Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+); General Packet Radio Service (GPRS);
Overall description of the GPRS radio interface; Stage 2 (GSM 03.64 version 7.0.0 Release
1998)
ETSI TS 101 299 [NS]
Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+); General Packet Radio Service (GPRS);
Base Station System (BSS) - Serving GPRS Support Node (SGSN) interface; Network Service
(GSM 08.16 version 7.1.0 Release 1998)
ETSI TS 101 343 [BSSGP]
Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+); General Packet Radio Service (GPRS);
Base Station System (BSS) - Serving GPRS Support Node (SGSN); BSS GPRS Protocol
(BSSGP) (GSM 08.18 version 7.1.0 Release 1998)
ETSI TS 101 351 [LLC]
Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+); General Packet Radio Service (GPRS);
Mobile Station - Serving GPRS Support Node (MS-SGSN) Logical Link Control (LLC) layer
specification (GSM 04.64 version 7.1.1 Release 1998)
ETSI TS 101 350 [Description of GPRS radio interface]
Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+); General Packet Radio Service (GPRS);
Overall description of the GPRS radio interface; Stage 2 (GSM 03.64 version 7.0.0 Release
1998)
ETSI EN 300 940 [Layer 3 - Mobility and Session Management]
Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+); Mobile radio interface layer 3 specification
(GSM 04.08 version 7.7.0 Release 1998)
ETSI TS 101 297 [SNDCP]
Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+); General Packet Radio Service (GPRS);
Mobile Station (MS) - Serving GPRS Support Node (SGSN); Subnetwork Dependent
Convergence Protocol (SNDCP) (GSM 04.65 version 7.1.1 Release 1998)

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GPRS Terminology
BSN Ranges
Received Range
Received Range = End BSN Start BSN + 1

Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

ACK/NACK

SSN*
22

RLC data block

24

ACK

RLC data block

25

ACK

RLC data block

27

ACK

ACK/NACK

29

*Starting Sequence Number

So from the above example:


Received range = 27 24 + 1 = 4
Expected Range
Expected Range = Last SSN previous SSN

Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

ACK/NACK

SSN
22

RLC data block

24

ACK

RLC data block

25

ACK

RLC data block

27

ACK

ACK/NACK

29

So from the above example:


Expected Range = 29 22 = 7

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But if the final indication is True in ACK/NACK 2, then the calculation is:
Expected Range = Last data block previous SSN
Block

BSN

Acknowledge?

ACK/NACK 1

SSN
22

RLC data block

24

ACK

RLC data block

25

ACK

RLC data block

27

ACK

ACK/NACK 2

N/A

So from the above example:


Expected Range = 27 22 = 5

BVCI
BSSGP Virtual Connection Identifier. The identifier of a BVC, having end-to-end significance
across the Gb interface.

FR
Frame Relay.

LAC
Location Area Code.

LLC
Logical Link Control.

MCC
Mobile Country Code.

MM
Mobility Management.

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MNC
Mobile Network Code

MOD
Mobile Originated Detach

MTD
Mobile Terminated Detach

NS
Network Services.

NS-VC
Network Service Virtual Connection. An end-to-end virtual communication path between Network
Service peer entities.

PDU
Protocol Data Unit.

RAC
Routing Area Code

RAU
Routing Area Update.

SM
Session Management.

SNDCP
Subnetwork Dependent Convergence Protocol.

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Attribute Reference
The attributes are provided in alphabetical order. Click on the first letter in the attribute name
to see a full list of attributes starting with that letter:
If you click on an attribute in the Workspace Explorer, this help window displays
the attribute definition. You may find it convenient to dock this window underneath
the Workspace Explorer window if you want to use this feature but keep this help
window out of the way.

A_Call_Id
No further information available.

A_CauseCode
No further information available.

A_Chosen_Channel
No further information available.

A_Dir
No further information available.

A_Msg_Type
No further information available.

A_MTP_Msg_Type
No further information available.

A_Old_Cell_CI
No further information available.

A_Old_Cell_LAC
No further information available.

A_SCCP_Msg_Type
No further information available.

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A_SCCP_RefusalCause
No further information available.

A_SCCP_ReleaseCause
No further information available.

A_SCCP_ReturnCause
No further information available.

A_Serving_CI
No further information available.

A_Serving_LAC
No further information available.

A_Target_CI
No further information available.

A_Target_LAC
No further information available.

A_Um_Msg_Group
No further information available.

A_Um_Msg_Type
No further information available.

A_Um_SAPI
No further information available.

Abis_AccessDelay
This indicates the value (0..63) of the timing advance setting the mobile is instructed to use on
handover into a new cell. It is derived from the uplink dedicated channel management
message Handover Detection.

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Abis_Activation_Type
This identifies the purpose of each channel activation. The activation type data is derived from
the radio link layer management Channel Activation message.
Value
0
1
2
3

Meaning
Intra Cell Immediate Assignment
Intra Cell Normal Assignment
Inter Cell Asynchronous Handover
Inter Cell Synchronous Handover

Abis_Call_Id
This displays the value of the call identifier, assigned by Analyzers Call Tracker algorithm to
each signaling message. The call identifier links all channel activations within an Abis file that
are used by one contiguous subscriber connection.
Call_Id 0 is used for all Common Control Channel connections.
Call_Id<0 are used for connections already active at the launch of the Abis logging session.

Abis_CauseCodeRLM
No further information available.

Abis_CauseValue
This displays the setting of the cause value derived from the Connection Failure, Channel
Activation Negative Ack or Mode Modify Negative Ack messages.

Abis_ChanRate_Type
This indicates the setting of the channel rate in use on the active connection. It is derived from
the dedicated channel management DL Channel Activation and Mode Modify messages.

Abis_Dir
This identifies the direction of the messaging from BTS to BSC (0) or BSC to BTS (1)

Abis_DL_DTX
This indicates the setting of discontinuous transmission status on the downlink (0-Not Used,
1-In Use). It is taken from the dedicated channel management DL Channel Activation
message.

Abis_EncryptAlgo
This indicates the setting of the encryption algorithm in use on the active connection. It is
derived from the dedicated channel management DL Channel Activation message.

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Abis_HandoverReference
This displays the value of the handover reference used to identity the correct mobile
accessing the newly activated channel. It is derived from the dedicated channel management
DL Channel Activation message.

Abis_L3_SAPI
Service Access Point Identifier.

Abis_LinkId_ChanType
No further information available.

Abis_MS4BEncryptKey
No further information available.

Abis_Msg_Group
This indicates the value of the message discriminator (message group) as described in GSM
recommendation 08.58 for every Abis message. It takes the values of
Value
1
4
6
8

Meaning
Radio Link Layer Management
Dedicated Channel Management
Common Channel Management
TRX Management

Abis_Msg_Type
This indicates the value of the message type as described in GSM recommendation 08.58 for
every Abis message. It takes the values of
Radio Link Layer Management
1-DATA REQuest
2-DATA INDication
3-ERROR INDication
4-ESTablish REQuest
5-ESTablish CONFirm
6-ESTablish INDication
7-RELease REQuest
8-RELease CONFirm
9-RELease INDication
10-UNIT DATA REQuest
11-UNIT DATA INDication

Common Channel Management


17-BCCH INFOrmation
18-CCCH LOAD INDication
19-CHANnel ReQuireD
20-DELETE INDIcation
21-PAGING CoMmand
22-IMMEDIATE ASSIGN COMMAND
23-SMS BroadCast REQuest

Trx Management
25-RF RESource INDication
26-SAACH FILLing
27-OVERLOAD

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28-ERROR REPORT

Dedicated Channel Management


33-CHANnel ACTivation
34-CHANnel ACTivation ACKnowledge
35-CHANnel ACTivation Negative ACK
36-CONNection FAILure
37-DEACTIVATE SAACH
38-ENCRyption CoMmand
39-HANDover DETection
40-MEASurement RESult
41-MODE MODIFY REQuest
42-MODE MODIFY ACKnowledge
43-MODE MODIFY Negative ACK
44-PHYsical CONTEXT REQuest
45-PHYsical CONTEXT CONfirm
46-RF CHANnel RELease
47-MS POWER CONTROL
48-BS POWER CONTROL
49-PREPROCess CONFIGure
50-PREPROCessed MEASurement RESult
51-RF CHANnel RELease ACKnowledge

Abis_PCM_SubTS
This displays the value (0..3) of the Pulse Code Modulation sub timeslot used by the active
connection.

Abis_PCM_TS
This displays the value of the Pulse Code Modulation timeslot used by the active connection.

Abis_RLM_CauseValue
This displays the setting of the radio link management cause value derived from the Error
Indication message.

Abis_SAPI
This identifies the value of the Service Access Point Identifier. (Only SAPI=0 messages are
decoded)

Abis_SpeechCodingAlgo
This indicates the setting of the speech coding algorithm for use on the active connection. It is
derived from the dedicated channel management DL Channel Activation and Mode Modify
messages.

Abis_SpeechDataInd
This indicates the data mode in use on the active connection as (1-Speech, 3- Signaling). It is
derived from the dedicated channel management DL Channel Activation message.

Abis_TEI
This identifies the value of the Terminal Endpoint Identifier linking the TRX with its dedicated
signaling links

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Abis_UL_DTX
This indicates the setting of discontinuous transmission status on the uplink (0-Not Used, 1May Use, 2-Shall Use). It is taken from the dedicated channel management DL Channel
Activation or DL Encryption Command messages.

Abis_Um_Logical_Channel
This identifies the logical channel currently used by the active connection according to the
mapping below
Value
1
2
4
8
16
17
18

Meaning
Full Rate Tch
Half Rate Tch
SDCCH/4
SDCCH/8
BCCH
CCCH_Uplink
CCCH_Downlink

Abis_Um_Msg_Group
This indicates the value of the protocol discriminator (message group) as described in GSM
4.08 specifications for every embedded air interface message. It takes the values of:
Value
3
5
6

Meaning
Circuit Mode Connection Control
Mobility Management
Radio Resource Management

Abis_Um_Msg_Type
This indicates the value of the message type as described in GSM 4.08 specifications for
every embedded air interface message. It takes the values of:
RADIO RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Channel establishment messages
59-ADDITIONAL ASSIGNMENT
63-IMMEDIATE ASSIGNMENT
57-IMMEDIATE ASSIGNMENT EXTENDED
58-IMMEDIATE ASSIGNMENT REJECT

Ciphering Messages
CIPHERING MODE COMMAND
CIPHERING MODE COMPLETE

Handover Messages
ASSIGNMENT COMMAND
ASSIGNMENT COMPLETE
ASSIGNMENT FAILURE
HANDOVER COMMAND
HANDOVER COMPLETE
HANDOVER FAILURE
PHYSICAL INFORMATION

Channel Release Messages


CHANNEL RELEASE
PARTIAL RELEASE
PARTIAL RELEASE COMPLETE

Paging Messages

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PAGING REQUEST TYPE 1


PAGING REQUEST TYPE 2
PAGING REQUEST TYPE 3
PAGING RESPONSE

System Information
SYSTEM INFORMATION TYPE 1
SYSTEM INFORMATION TYPE 2
SYSTEM INFORMATION TYPE 3
SYSTEM INFORMATION TYPE 4
SYSTEM INFORMATION TYPE 5
SYSTEM INFORMATION TYPE 6

Miscellaneous Messages
CHANNEL MODE MODIFY
CHANNEL MODE MODIFY ACK
CLASSMARK CHANGE
FREQUENCY REDEFINITION
MEASUREMENT REPORT
RR STATUS

MOBILITY MANAGEMENT MESSAGES


Registration Messages
IMSI DETACH INDICATION
LOCATION UPDATING ACCEPT
LOCATION UPDATING REJECT
LOCATION UPDATING REQUEST

Security Messages
AUTHENICATION REJECT
AUTHENICATION REQUEST
AUTHENICATION RESPONSE
IDENTITY REQUEST
IDENTITY RESPONSE
TMSI REALLOCATION COMMAND
TMSI REALLOCATION COMPLETE

Connection Management Messages


CM SERVICE ACCEPT
CM SERVICE REJECT
CM SERVICE REQUEST
CM REESTABLISHMENT REQUEST

Miscellaneous Messages
MM STATUS

CIRCUIT MODE CONNECTION MANAGEMENT


Call Establishment Messages
ALERTING
CALL CONFIRMED
CALL PROCEEDING
CONNECT
CONNECT ACKNOWLEDGE
EMERGENCY SETUP
PROGRESS
SETUP

Call Information Phase Messages


MODIFY
MODIFY COMPLETE

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MODIFY REJECT
USER INFORMATION

Call Clearing Messages


DISCONNECT
RELEASE
RELEASE COMPLETE

Miscellaneous Messages
CONGESTION CONTROL
NOTIFY
START DTMF
START DTMF ACKNOWLEDGE
START DTMF REJECT
STATUS
STATUS ENQUIRY
STOP DTMF
STOP DTMF ACKNOWLEDGE

Abis_Um_SubTS
This displays the value (0..7) of the air interface sub timeslot used by the active connection.

Abis_Um_TS
This displays the value (0..7) of the air interface timeslot used by the active connection.

AbnormalRelease
The AbnormalRelease event indicates the occurrence of abnormal call releases based upon
the CTR Disconnection message.

Active Set Delay


This attribute contains histogram data for the chip delay of the multipath components of active
set pilots as measured by the mobiles searcher finger. Chip delay is measured relative to the
center of the search window. Only multipath components above a user-defined threshold (set
in the CDMA tab of the Options window under the Tools menu) are included in the histogram
data. The histogram data can be used to fine-tune the size of the searcher window.

Active/Candidate Set Delay


This attribute contains histogram data for the chip delay of the multipath components of active
and candidate set pilots as measured by the mobiles searcher finger. Chip delay is measured
relative to the center of the search window. Only multipath components above a user-defined
threshold (set in the CDMA tab of the Options window under the Tools menu) are included in
the histogram data. The histogram data can be used to fine-tune the size of the searcher
window.

Active_Pilots
No further information available.

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Active_Pilots_Delay_for_PN_xx
The Delay of PN xx anywhere that PN xx is a member of the Active Set.

Active_Pilots_EcIo_for_PN_xx
The Ec/Io of PN xx anywhere that PN xx is a member of the Active Set.

ActiveDelay_Max1
This attribute contains the delay between the most powerful multipath component and the
center of the active search window for the current search window.

ActiveDelay_Max2
This attribute contains the delay between the second most powerful multipath component and
the center of the active search window for the current search window.

ActiveDelay_Max3
This attribute contains the delay between the third most powerful multipath component and
the center of the active search window for the current search window.

ActiveEcIo_Max1
This attribute contains the Ec/Io of the most powerful multipath component in the active set for
the current search window.

ActiveEcIo_Max2
This attribute contains the Ec/Io of the second most powerful multipath component in the
active set for the current search window.

ActiveEcIo_Max3
This attribute contains the Ec/Io of the third most powerful multipath component in the active
set for the current search window.

ActivePN
This attribute contains the PN code in the active set which the search window is currently
measuring.

Aglnt_A_Carrier_DVCC
A side, Carrier Channel color code.

Aglnt_A_Carrier_DVCC_by_ChNum_xx
A side, Carrier Channel, color code by the carrier channel number.

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Aglnt_A_Carrier_Power_by_ChNum
A side, Carrier Channel, channel power by the carrier channel number.

Aglnt_A_Carrier_To_Lwr_Ratio_by_CarrierCh
A Side, Carrier Channel To Lower adjacent channel power ratio

Aglnt_A_Carrier_To_Upr_Ratio_by_CarrierCh
A Side, Carrier Channel To Upper adjacent channel power ratio

Aglnt_A_LowerAdj_C/I_by_Prim_ChNum_xx
The C to I ratio (dBm) of the Lower Adjacent Channel measured against the Primary Channel
being monitored.

Aglnt_A_LowerAdj_Chan_Pwr_by_ChNum
Lower Adjacent Channel A, channel power by the carrier channel number.

Aglnt_A_LowerAdj_DVCC
A side, Lower Adjacent Channel color code.

Aglnt_A_LowerAdj_DVCC_by_ChNum_xx
A side, Lower Adjacent Channel, color code by the carrier channel number.

Aglnt_A_LowerAdj_Power
Receive power in dBm of Lower Adjacent Channel A.

Aglnt_A_LowerAdj_Pwr_by_Prim_ChNum_xx
Receive power in dBm of Lower Adjacent Channel A being monitored.

Aglnt_A_Primary_Chan_Freq
Frequency in Hertz of Adjacent Carrier A being monitored.

Aglnt_A_Primary_Chan_Num
Channel number of Adjacent Channel A being monitored.

Aglnt_A_Primary_Chan_Power
Receive power in dBm of the Primary Channel A monitored.

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Aglnt_A_Primary_Chan_Power_by_ChNum_xx
Receive power in dBm of the Primary Channel A monitored.

Aglnt_A_UpperAdj_C/I
The C to I ratio (dBm) of the Upper Adjacent Channel measured against the Primary Channel
A being monitored.

Aglnt_A_UpperAdj_C/I_by_Prim_ChNum_xx
The C to I ratio (dBm) of the Upper Adjacent Channel measured against the Primary Channel
being monitored.

Aglnt_A_UpperAdj_Chan_Pwr_by_ChNum
A side, Upper Adjacent Channel, channel power by the carrier channel number.

Aglnt_A_UpperAdj_DVCC
A side, Upper Adjacent Channel color code.

Aglnt_A_UpperAdj_DVCC_by_ChNum_xx
A side, Upper Adjacent Channel, color code by the carrier channel number.

Aglnt_A_UpperAdj_Pwr
Receive power in dBm of Upper Adjacent Channel A being monitored.

Aglnt_A_UpperAdj_Pwr_by_Prim_ChNum_xx
Receive power in dBm of Upper Adjacent Channel A being monitored.

Aglnt_Access_Probe_Timestamp
No further information available.

Aglnt_AccessTime
Count up (in sec.) of access time of calls.

Aglnt_After_HO_BER
The Bit Error Rate after the handoff.

Aglnt_After_HO_Channel
The channel number of the serving cell after the handoff.

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Aglnt_After_HO_ColorCode
The color code used after the handoff.

Aglnt_After_HO_DeltaRSSI
The change in RSSI between before and after the handoff.

Aglnt_After_HO_MAC
The Mobile Attenuation Code used after the handoff.

Aglnt_After_HO_RF_Mode
The RF mode used after the handoff.

Aglnt_After_HO_RSSI
The serving cell RSSI used after the handoff.

Aglnt_After_HO_Timeslot
The timeslot used after the handoff.

Aglnt_After_HO_TimingAdvance
The timing advance used after the handoff.

Aglnt_After_Reslctn_BER
The Bit Error Rate of the mobile after reselection.

Aglnt_After_Reslctn_Channel
The channel number serving the mobile after reselection.

Aglnt_After_Reslctn_ColorCode
The color code used by the mobile after reselection.

Aglnt_After_Reslctn_DeltaRssi
The change in the RSSI between before and after reselection.

Aglnt_After_Reslctn_MAC
The Mobile Attenuation Code used by the mobile after reselection.

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Aglnt_After_Reslctn_RF_Mode
The RF mode used after reselection.

Aglnt_After_Reslctn_RSSI
The Received Signal Strength Indication of the mobile after reselection.

Aglnt_After_Reslctn_Timeslot
The timeslot used by the mobile after reselection.

Aglnt_After_Reslctn_TimingAdvance
The timing advance of the mobile after reselection.

Aglnt_B_Carrier_DVCC
B side, Carrier Channel color code.

Aglnt_B_Carrier_DVCC_by_ChNum_xx
B side, Carrier Channel, color code by the carrier channel number.

Aglnt_B_Carrier_Power_by_ChNum
B side, Carrier Channel, channel power by the carrier channel number.

Aglnt_B_Carrier_To_Lwr_Ratio_by_CarrierCh
B Side, Carrier Channel To Lower adjacent channel power ratio.

Aglnt_B_Carrier_To_Upr_Ratio_by_CarrierCh
B Side, Carrier Channel To Upper adjacent channel power ratio.

Aglnt_B_LowerAdj_C/I
The C to I ratio of Lower Adjacent Channel B.

Aglnt_B_LowerAdj_C/I_by_Prim_ChNum_xx
The C to I ratio (dB) of Lower Adjacent Channel B measured against the Primary Channel B
being monitored.

Aglnt_B_LowerAdj_Chan_Pwr_by_ChNum
B side, Lower Adjacent Channel, channel power by the carrier channel number.

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Aglnt_B_LowerAdj_DVCC
B side, Lower Adjacent Channel color code.

Aglnt_B_LowerAdj_DVCC_by_ChNum_xx
B side, Lower Adjacent Channel, color code by the carrier channel number.

Aglnt_B_LowerAdj_Pwr
Receive power in dBm of Lower Adjacent Channel B being monitored.

Aglnt_B_LowerAdj_Pwr_by_Prim_ChNum_xx
Receive power in dBm of Lower Adjacent Channel B being monitored.

Aglnt_B_Primary_Chan_Freq
Channel frequency of Adjacent Channel B being monitored.

Aglnt_B_Primary_Chan_Num
Primary Channel B number.

Aglnt_B_Primary_Chan_Power
Receive power in dBm of the Primary Channel B monitored.

Aglnt_B_Primary_Chan_Power_by_ChNum_xx
Receive power in dBm of the Primary Channel B monitored.

Aglnt_B_UpperAdj_C/I
The C to I ratio (dB) of Upper Adjacent Channel B measured against the Primary Channel B
being monitored.

Aglnt_B_UpperAdj_C/I_by_Prim_ChNum_xx
The C to I ratio (dB) of Upper Adjacent Channel B measured against the Primary Channel B
being monitored.

Aglnt_B_UpperAdj_Chan_Pwr_by_ChNum
B side, Upper Adjacent Channel, channel power by the carrier channel number.

Aglnt_B_UpperAdj_DVCC
B side, Upper Adjacent Channel color code.

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Aglnt_B_UpperAdj_DVCC_by_ChNum_xx
B side, Upper Adjacent Channel, color code by the carrier channel number.

Aglnt_B_UpperAdj_Pwr_by_Prim_ChNum_xx
Receive power in dBm of Upper Adjacent Channel B being monitored.

Aglnt_BCH_List_BER_by_ChNum
BCH user list bit error rate, by channel number.

Aglnt_BCH_List_BSIC_by_ChNum
BCH user list BSIC, by channel number.

Aglnt_BCH_List_Pwr_by_ChNum
BCH user list power, by channel number.

Aglnt_BCH_TopN_BER_by_ChNum
Top N broadcast channel bit error rate, by channel number.

Aglnt_BCH_TopN_BSIC_by_ChNum
Top N broadcast channel BSIC, by channel number.

Aglnt_BCH_TopN_Pwr_by_ChNum
Top N broadcast channel power, by channel number.

Aglnt_Before_HO_BER
Bit Error Rate before the handoff.

Aglnt_Before_HO_Channel
The channel number of the serving cell before handoff.

Aglnt_Before_HO_ColorCode
The color code used before the handoff.

Aglnt_Before_HO_DeltaRSSI
No further information available.

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Aglnt_Before_HO_MAC
The Mobile Attenuation Code used by the mobile before handoff.

Aglnt_Before_HO_RF_Mode
The RF mode used before the handoff.

Aglnt_Before_HO_RSSI
The serving cell RSSI before the handoff.

Aglnt_Before_HO_Timeslot
The timeslot used before the handoff.

Aglnt_Before_HO_TimingAdvance
The timing advance used before the handoff.

Aglnt_Before_Reslctn_BER
The Bit Error Rate of the mobile before reselection.

Aglnt_Before_Reslctn_Channel
Channel number serving the mobile before reselection.

Aglnt_Before_Reslctn_ColorCode
Color code used by the mobile before reselection.

Aglnt_Before_Reslctn_DeltaRssi
No further information available.

Aglnt_Before_Reslctn_MAC
The Mobile Attenuation Code used by the mobile before reselection.

Aglnt_Before_Reslctn_RF_Mode
The RF mode used before reselection.

Aglnt_Before_Reslctn_RSSI
The Received Signal Strength Indication of the mobile before reselection.

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Aglnt_Before_Reslctn_Timeslot
The timeslot used by the mobile before reselection.

Aglnt_Before_Reslctn_TimingAdvance
The timing advance of the mobile before reselection.

Aglnt_BER
Bit Error Rate.

Aglnt_BER
No further information available.

Aglnt_Best_MAHO_RSSI
Best MAHO Received Signal Strength Indication in dBm.

Aglnt_BestMAHO_Chan
Best MAHO channel number.

Aglnt_Block_Rate
Call block rate.

Aglnt_CallsRemaining
Count down of the number of remaining calls in the sequence.

Aglnt_CDMA_Phone_State
Value
0
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141

State
No Service
Intialization
Idle
Voice Channel Initialization
Waiting for Order
Waiting for Answer
Conversation
Release
Update Overhead Info
Mobile Station Origination
Page Response
Order/ Message Response
Registration Access
Message Transmission

Aglnt_Ch_List_Chan
List Channel Power channel number.

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Aglnt_Ch_List_DVCC
List Channel Power DVCC.

Aglnt_Ch_List_DVCC_by_ChNum
List Channel Power DVCC, by channel number.

Aglnt_Ch_List_Power
List Channel Power in dBm.

Aglnt_Ch_List_Power_by_ChNum
List Channel Power in dBm, by channel number.

Aglnt_ChanPwrAll_Start_Chan
No further information available.

Aglnt_ChPower
This is the Received Signal Strength Indication by channel number.

Aglnt_CMAC
Control Mobile Attenuation Code

Aglnt_ConnectTime
The time (in seconds) it takes for the phone to connect a call.

Aglnt_DCC
Digital Color Code.

Aglnt_DMAC
Digital Mobile Attenuation Code.

Aglnt_Dom_ErrorCode_by_ChNum
No further information available.

Aglnt_Dom_PrimPwr/Fading_by_ChNum
This is the ratio (dB) of the direct signal power to the short fading power.

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Aglnt_Dom_PrimPwr/Residual_by_Ch_Num
This is the ratio (dB) of the direct signal power to the residual power.

Aglnt_Dom_PrimPwr_by_ChNum
This is the power of the direct signal, with all multipath and interference components
removed.

Aglnt_Dom_TotPwr_by_ChNum
The total power in the Received Signal Strength Indication of the dominant channel being
monitored (signal + interferer).

Aglnt_Dominant_Chan_BSIC_by_Chan_Num
The dominant channel base station identity code for a given channel number.

Aglnt_Dominant_Chan_Freq
The dominant frequency being measured (Hz).

Aglnt_Dominant_Chan_Num
The dominant channel number being measured.

Aglnt_Drop_Rate
Call drop rate.

Aglnt_Dropped_Access_Messages
The number of access messages dropped.

Aglnt_Dropped_Forward_Traffic_Messages
The number of forward traffic messages dropped.

Aglnt_Dropped_Paging_Messages
The number of paging messages dropped.

Aglnt_Dropped_Reverse_Traffic_Messages
The number of reverse traffic messages dropped.

Aglnt_Dropped_Sync_Messages
The number of sync messages dropped.

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Aglnt_DVCC
This displays the Digital Verification Color Code (an 8-bit code used to indicate that cochannel interfering data is not being decoded) from the DCCH.

Aglnt_FER
Frame Error Rate.

Aglnt_FFT
No further information available.

Aglnt_Finger_ChipDelay_by_PN
A finger in CDMA is one of the serving base stations. Aglnt_Finger_ChipDelay_By_PN is an
array the chip delay of one of the Fingers sorted by PN.

Aglnt_Finger_EcIo_by_PN
A finger in CDMA is one of the serving base stations. Aglnt_Finger_EcIo_By_PN is an array
the signal strength of one of the Fingers sorted by PN.

Aglnt_Finger_ID_by_PN
A finger in CDMA is one of the serving base stations. Aglnt_Finger_ID_By_PN is an array the
finger ID of one of the Fingers sorted by PN.

Aglnt_FM_Data
FM data.

Aglnt_Freq_Hop_List
GSM Frequency Hop List (values 500-599 reserved for GSM Phone results).

Aglnt_GSM_PhoneState
Phone state data.
Value
0
256
257
258

State
No Service
Idle
Dedicated
Waiting For Answer

Aglnt_GSM_TxPower
GSM transmit power.

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Aglnt_Handover_Data
GSM Handover report.

Aglnt_IS_136_Timing_Advance
No further information available.

Aglnt_IS136_BER
No further information available.

Aglnt_IS136_PhoneCarrier
No further information available.

Aglnt_IS136_RSSI
No further information available.

Aglnt_IS136_ServChan
Serving Channel (base station the phone is currently using).

Aglnt_List_Channel_xx
User defined list of channels, given by channel number in order of strongest power to
weakest.

Aglnt_List_DVCC_byChNum_xx
User defined list of channels, showing color code by the channel number.

Aglnt_List_DVCC_xx
User defined list of channels, given by color code in order of strongest power to weakest.

Aglnt_List_Power_by_ChNum_xx
User defined list of channels, showing power by the channel number.

Aglnt_List_Power_xx
User defined list of channels, given by power in order of strongest to weakest.

Aglnt_LowerAdj_C/I
The C to I ratio (dB) of Lower Adjacent Channel measured against the Primary Channel being
monitored.

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Aglnt_MAC
No further information available.

Aglnt_Nbor_SigLvl_by_Channel_xx
Neighbor signal levels, sorted by channel.

Aglnt_Nbor_SigLvl_xx
Neighbor signal levels, sorted from strongest to weakest.

Aglnt_NborARFCN
Neighbor cell Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number.

Aglnt_NborBCCH
Neighbor cell Broadcast Control Channel.

Aglnt_NborBSIC
Neighbor cell Base Station Identity Code.

Aglnt_NborRxLev
Neighbor cell received signal level.

Aglnt_Phone_State
Phone state data.

Aglnt_PhoneStatus
The status of the phone. It can be one of the following: Analog, CDMA, PCS, Sleep Mode,
Unknown.

Aglnt_RedialInterval
The time (in seconds) the logging system waits before redialing.

Aglnt_Rev_Frame_Rate
Reverse line frame rates/types.

Aglnt_RSSI
Received Signal Strength Indication in dBm for the active serving channel.

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Aglnt_Rx_Level
GSM received-signal level can be Full or Sub (similar to RSSI).

Aglnt_Rx_Vocoder_Rate
Received vocoder rate.

Aglnt_RxLevSub
GSM received-signal level, Sub.

Aglnt_RxQual
GSM receiver quality can be Full or Sub.

Aglnt_RxQualSub
GSM received-signal level can be Full or Sub (similar to RSSI).

Aglnt_SAT
This is the Supervisory Audio Tone.

Aglnt_Searcher_Center
Center of searcher data.

Aglnt_Searcher_Data
Searcher data.

Aglnt_Searcher_PN
PN offset of the current searcher pilot.

Aglnt_Serv_TCH
GSM Serving Cell Channel Number.

Aglnt_ServBCCH
GSM Serving Cell BCCH.

Aglnt_ServBSIC
GSM Serving Cell BSIC.

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Aglnt_ServChannel
The channel number of the active serving channel.

Aglnt_ServCI
GSM Serving Cell CI.

Aglnt_ServLAC
GSM Serving Cell LAC.

Aglnt_ServMCC
GSM Serving Cell MCC.

Aglnt_ServMNC
GSM Serving Cell MNC.

Aglnt_Sub_ErrorCode_by_ChNum
No further information available.

Aglnt_Sub_PrimPwr/fading_by_ChNum
This is the ratio (dB) of the direct signal power to the short fading power.

Aglnt_Sub_PrimPwr_by_ChNum
This is the power of the direct signal, with all multipath and interference components
removed.

Aglnt_Sub_TotPwr_by_ChNum
The secondary (co-channel) total power by channel number.

Aglnt_Subordinate_BSIC_by_ChNum
This parameter is the secondary (co-channel) signal BSIC.

Aglnt_SymbolSpread_Error_Code
No further information available.

Aglnt_SymbolSpread_Zero_by_ChNum
The amplitude (dBm) of the long path component by symbol delay.

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Aglnt_SymbolSpread+n_by_ChNum
The amplitude (dBm) of the long path component by symbol delay, where n is an integer from
+6 to 6.

Aglnt_TA_Searcher
TA searcher data.

Aglnt_TDMA_Phone_State
TDMA phone state data.

Aglnt_Time_Slot
GSM timeslot that mobile phone is assigned and using while in dedicated mode.

Aglnt_Timing_Advance
GSM MS timing advance, as determined by the BS and sent to the MS.

Aglnt_Top_N_Channel_xx
The top 10 channels, given as channel number from strongest to weakest.

Aglnt_Top_N_DVCC_xx
The top 10 channels for DVCC, from strongest to weakest.

Aglnt_Top_N_Power_xx
The top 10 channels, given as dBm values from strongest to weakest.

Aglnt_Total_Access_Messages
The total number of access messages.

Aglnt_Total_Attempted_Handovers
GSM Attempted Handovers.

Aglnt_Total_Failed_Handovers
GSM Failed Handovers.

Aglnt_Total_Forward_Traffic_Messages
The total number of forward traffic messages.

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Aglnt_Total_Messages
Total messages sent.

Aglnt_Total_Paging_Messages
The total number of paging messages.

Aglnt_Total_Reverse_Traffic_Messages
The total number of reverse traffic messages.

Aglnt_Total_Sync_Messages
The total number of sync messages.

Aglnt_TotalAttempted
The total number of attempted calls while logging.

Aglnt_TotalBlocked
The total number of blocked calls while logging.

Aglnt_TotalDropped
The total number of dropped calls while logging.

Aglnt_TotPwr_C/I_by_ChNum
The C to I ratio (dB) measured against the channel being monitored.

Aglnt_Tx_Level
GSM mobile Transmit level (this is NOT power in dBm).

Aglnt_Tx_Vocoder_Rate
Transmitted vocoder rate.

Aglnt_TxPower
GSM mobile Transmit level (this is NOT power in dBm).

Aglnt_UpperAdj_C/I
The C to I ratio (dBm) of the Upper Adjacent Channel measured against the Primary Channel
being monitored.

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Aglnt_User_Alarm
User Alarm event.

Aglnt_VMAC
Voice/traffic Mobile Attenuation Code.

Aglnt_Vocoder_Error
Vocoder error mask.

AIM_BER
Bit Error Rate.

AIM_RSSI
The Received Signal Strength Indication received by the test mobile, measured in dBm.

AIM_TimingAlignment
No further information available.

AIM_TxPowerLevelActual
This displays the average transmit power of the test mobile.

Alert
This identifies the alert status of the mobile. Its value is set to 1 when alerting is ON.

AlgoCode
This attribute is no longer used in the ClearCall file format.

Analog_MIN1
The last seven digits of a mobiles CDMA Mobile Identification Number for use in analog
mode. Please see IS-95 section 2.3.1 for more information.

Analog_MIN2
The area code of a mobiles CDMA Mobile Identification Number for use in analog mode.
Please see IS-95 section 2.3.1 for more information.

AnalogHandoff
No further information available.

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Analogue_Voice_Channel_Assigned
No further information available.

ARCH_DTC_Time_Alignment
This displays the Time Alignment as received on the Access Response Channel.

Ascom_IntraCellHandoverComplete
No further information available.

Ascom_IntraCellHandoverFailure
No further information available.

Ascom_LocationUpdateAccept
No further information available.

Ascom_LocationUpdateReject
No further information available.

AscomCellIdNew
Time series parameter of the new CI that is reported in the handover complete message.

AscomCellIdOld
Time series parameter Old CI that is reported in the Handover Command message.

AscomHandoverMarker
Designates a specific handover marker value as defined in the following table.
Description
HandoverCommand
HandoverComplete
HandoverFailure
IntraCellHandoverCommand
IntraCellHandoverComplete
IntraCellHandoverFailure

Code
01
02
03
04
05
06

AscomLACNew
Time series parameter that indicates the new LAC.

AscomLACOld
Time series parameter that indicates the old LAC.

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AscomMasterAudioGain
Designates the audio gain expressed in dB reported in the Ascom Class Master message.

AscomMasterCallMarker
Designates a specific call marker value as defined in the following table. MOC designates a
Mobile Originated Call and MTC designates a Mobile Terminated Call.
Description
MOC Dial
MOC Call Error
MOC Setup
MOC Connect
MOC Connect Fail
MOC Disconnect
MOC Release
MOC Release Error
MOC Break
MOC System Release
MOC User Release
MTC Dial
MTC Call Error
MTC Setup
MTC Connect
MTC Connect Fail
MTC Disconnect
MTC Release
MTC Release Error
MTC Break
MTC System Release
MTC User Release

Code
16
52
17
18
19
33
34
35
51
53
57
80
116
81
82
83
97
98
99
115
117
121

AscomMasterCorrelationCoeff
Designates the correlation coefficient as reported in the Ascom Class Master message.

AscomMasterEchoAmplitude
Designates the echo amplitude as reported in the Ascom Class Master message.

AscomMasterEchoDelay
Designates the echo delay as reported in the Ascom Class Master message.

AscomMasterIntLink
Attribute reported in the Ascom Int Class Master message. Designates the link evaluated
based on the following chart:
Numeric Value
0
1
2
3

Link
DL
UL
HDDL
HDUL

AscomMasterIntPace
Attribute indicating the overall Ascom Quality PACE parameter of each successfully
completed call. Reported in the Ascom Int Class Master message.

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AscomMasterIntQuality
Reported in the Ascom Int Class Master message. Attribute indicating the overall quality of
each successfully completed call according to the following chart:
Numeric Value
1
2
3
4
5

Ascom Quality
Excellent
Good
Fair
Poor
Bad

AscomMasterLink
Reported in the Ascom Class Master message. Designates the link evaluated based on the
following chart:
Numeric Value
0
1
2
3

Link
DL
UL
HDDL
HDUL

AscomMasterNeuralNet_xx
An array of Neural Network values (from 0 to 4) reported in the Ascom Class Master
message.

AscomMasterPACE
Designates the Ascom Quality PACE parameter as reported in the Ascom Class Master
message.

AscomMasterPingPong
Designates the Ping Pong parameter expressed as a percentage that is reported in the
Ascom Class Master message.

AscomMasterQuality
Reported in the Ascom Class Master message. Designates the quality of the speech samples
evaluated according to the following chart:
Numeric Value
1
2
3
4
5

Ascom Quality
Excellent
Good
Fair
Poor
Bad

AscomMasterQualityIndex
Designates the Ascom Quality Index as reported in the Ascom Class Master message.

AscomMasterRobotVoice
Designates the robot voice parameter expressed as a percentage that is reported in the
Ascom Class Master message.

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AscomMasterSilence
Designates the Silence parameter as reported in the Ascom Class Master message.

AscomMOC_Break

QVM write Call Marker MOC Dial

QVM write Call Marker MOC Setup

QVM write Call Marker MOC Connect, Channel goes in Dedicated Mode

Network or QVS interrupt the connection, QVM write Call Marker MOC Break,
Channel goes in Idle Mode

AscomMOC_CallError

QVM write Call Marker MOC Dial

QVM has timeout or network send a error message QVM write Call Marker MOC
CallError, Channel goes in Idle Mode

AscomMOC_Connect
Call Marker: Mobile Originated Call Connect.

AscomMOC_ConnectFail

QVM write Call Marker MOC Dial

QVM write Call Marker MOC Setup

QVM has timeout or network send a error message QVM write Call Marker MOC
ConnectFail, Channel goes in Idle Mode

AscomMOC_Dial
Call Marker: Mobile Originated Call Dial.

AscomMOC_Disconnect
Call Marker: Mobile Originated Call Disconnect.

AscomMOC_Release

QVM write Call Marker MOC Dial

QVM write Call Marker MOC Setup

QVM write Call Marker MOC Connect, Channel goes in Dedicated Mode

QVM write Call Marker MOC Disconnect

QVM write Call Marker MOC Release, Channel goes in Idle Mode

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AscomMOC_ReleaseError

QVM write Call Marker MOC Dial

QVM write Call Marker MOC Setup

QVM write Call Marker MOC Connect, Channel goes in Dedicated Mode

QVM write Call Marker MOC Disconnect

QVM has timeout or Network send a Error Message QVM write Call Marker MOC
ReleaseError, Channel goes in Idle mode

AscomMOC_Setup
Call Marker: Mobile Originated Call Setup.

AscomMOC_SystemRelease

QVM write Call Marker MOC Dial

QVM write Call Marker MOC Setup

QVM write Call Marker MOC Connect, Channel goes in Dedicated Mode

QVM write Call Marker MOC SystemRelease, Channel goes in Idle Mode

AscomMOC_UserRelease

QVM write Call Marker MOC Dial

QVM write Call Marker MOC Setup

QVM write Call Marker MOC Connect, Channel goes in Dedicated Mode

QVM write Call Marker MOC UserRelease, Channel goes in Idle Mode

AscomMTC_Break

QVS write Call Marker MTC Dial

QVS write Call Marker MTC Setup

QVS write Call Marker MTC Connect, Channel goes in Dedicated Mode

Network or QVM interrupt the connection, QVS write Call Marker MTC Break,
Channel goes in Idle Mode

AscomMTC_CallError

QVS write Call Marker MTC Dial

QVS has timeout or network send a error message QVS write Call Marker MTC
CallError, Channel goes in Idle Mode

AscomMTC_Connect
Call Marker: Mobile Terminated Call Connect.

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AscomMTC_ConnectFail

QVS write Call Marker MTC Dial

QVS write Call Marker MTC Setup

QVS has timeout or network send a error message QVS write Call Marker MTC
ConnectFail, Channel goes in Idle Mode

AscomMTC_Dial
Call Marker: Mobile Terminated Call Dial.

AscomMTC_Disconnect
Call Marker: Mobile Terminated Call Disconnect.

AscomMTC_Release

QVS write Call Marker MTC Dial

QVS write Call Marker MTC Setup

QVS write Call Marker MTC Connect, Channel goes in Dedicated Mode

QVS write Call Marker MTC Disconnect

QVS write Call Marker MTC Release, Channel goes in Idle Mode

AscomMTC_ReleaseError

QVS write Call Marker MTC Dial

QVS write Call Marker MTC Setup

QVS write Call Marker MTC Connect, Channel goes in Dedicated Mode

QVS write Call Marker MTC Disconnect

QVS has timeout or Network send a Error Message QVS write Call Marker MTC
ReleaseError, Channel goes in Idle mode

AscomMTC_Setup
Call Marker: Mobile Terminated Call Setup.

AscomMTC_SystemRelease

QVS write Call Marker MTC Dial

QVS write Call Marker MTC Setup

QVS write Call Marker MTC Connect, Channel goes in Dedicated Mode

QVS write Call Marker MTC SystemRelease, Channel goes in Idle Mode

AscomMTC_UserRelease

QVS write Call Marker MTC Dial

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QVS write Call Marker MTC Setup

QVS write Call Marker MTC Connect, Channel goes in Dedicated Mode

QVS write Call Marker MTC UserRelease, Channel goes in Idle Mode

AscomSlaveAudioGain
Designates the audio gain expressed in dB reported in the Ascom Class Slave message.

AscomSlaveCallMarker
See definition of AscomMasterCallMarker attribute.

AscomSlaveCorrelationCoeff
Designates the correlation coefficient as reported in the Ascom Class Slave message.

AscomSlaveEchoAmplitude
Designates the echo amplitude as reported in the Ascom Class Slave message.

AscomSlaveEchoDelay
Designates the echo delay as reported in the Ascom Class Slave message.

AscomSlaveIntLink
Attribute reported in the Ascom Int Class Slave message. Designates the link evaluated
based on the following chart:
Numeric Value
0
1
2
3

Link
DL
UL
HDDL
HDUL

AscomSlaveIntPace
Attribute indicating the overall Ascom Quality PACE parameter of each successfully
completed call. Reported in the Ascom Int Class Slave message.

AscomSlaveIntQuality
Reported in the Ascom Int Class Slave message. Attribute indicating the overall quality of
each successfully completed call according to the following chart:
Numeric Value
1
2
3
4
5

Ascom Quality
Excellent
Good
Fair
Poor
Bad

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AscomSlaveLink
Reported in the Ascom Class Slave message. Designates the link evaluated based on the
following chart:
Numeric Value
0
1
2
3

Link
DL
UL
HDDL
HDUL

AscomSlaveNeuralNet_xx
An array of Neural Network values (from 0 to 4) reported in the Ascom Class Slave message.

AscomSlavePACE
Designates the Ascom Quality PACE parameter as reported in the Ascom Class Slave
message.

AscomSlavePingPong
Designates the Ping Pong parameter expressed as a percentage that is reported in the
Ascom Class Slave message.

AscomSlaveQuality
Reported in the Ascom Class Slave message. Designates the quality of the speech samples
evaluated according to the following chart:
Numeric Value
1
2
3
4
5

Ascom Quality
Excellent
Good
Fair
Poor
Bad

AscomSlaveQualityIndex
Designates the Ascom Quality Index as reported in the Ascom Class Slave message.

AscomSlaveRobotVoice
Designates the robot voice parameter expressed as a percentage that is reported in the
Ascom Class Slave message.

AscomSlaveSilence
Designates the Silence parameter as reported in the Ascom Class Slave message.

AudioChannel
The channel on the soundcard used for this session:
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1 is the right channel.

AuthenticationSRES
No further information available.

AutoCallBetweenCalls
No further information available.

AutoCallCallType
No further information available.

AutoCallConnectTime
No further information available.

AutoCallCurInnerLoops
No further information available.

AutoCallCurOuterLoops
No further information available.

AutoCallDialledNum
No further information available.

AutoCallElement
No further information available.

AutoCallLastResult
No further information available.

AutoCallMode
No further information available.

AutoCallTimer
No further information available.

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AutoCallTotalInnerLoops
No further information available.

AutoCallTotalOuterLoops
No further information available.

AutoCallWaitConnect
No further information available.

BeforeFirstCall
Event

BERFVC
From the Digital Signal Strength Measurements message, the BERFVC is the filtered Bit
Error Rate for the Forward Voice Channel from the present cell.

BERRVC
From the Digital Signal Strength Measurements message, the BERRVC is the filtered Bit
Error Rate for the Reverse Voice Channel from the present cell.

Best Pilot Ec/Io Stats


This attribute contains histogram data for the Ec/Io of the best serving pilot. Please see the
EcIo_1stBest attribute definition.

Best_EcIo_Active_Set_xx
The xxth best Ec/Io of all PNs in the Active Set.

Best_EcIo_Cand_Set_xx
The xxth best Ec/Io of all PNs in the Candidate Set.

Best_EcIo_Neigh_Set_xx
The xxth best Ec/Io of all PNs in the Neighbor Set.

BestMaho_Channel
Best MAHO channel number.

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BestMaho_RSSI
Best MAHO Received Signal Strength Indication.

Binding_ID
This element is used to associate the RAB and the corresponding user plane connection in
the CS domain, used in Transport Network Control Plane signalling during set up of the UPlane connection.

BlankFramesReceived
The number of blank frames received.

Block_Length
No further information available.

BQRVC
From the Digital Signal Strength Measurements message, the BERRVC is the bit error rate,
filtered, for the reverse voice channel from the present cell.

BSIC
Serving Cell BSIC as two separate digits (e.g. 25 where NCC = 2, BCC = 5).

CalibHyperband_by_Channel_xx
No further information available.

CalibRSSI_by_Channel_xx
Received Signal Strength Indication by channel.

CalibVal_1900_in_FreqScanIndi
No further information available.

CalibVal_800_in_FreqScanIndi
No further information available.

Call Details
Call details includes a count of the number of occurrences of the following items:

Outgoing Call Setup Messages

Incoming Call Setup Messages

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Connect Messages

Alert Messages

Outgoing Call Setup OK Events

Outgoing Call Setup Failure Events

Incoming Call Setup OK Events

Incoming Call Setup Failure Events

Normal Call Termination Events

Abnormal Call Termination Events

Percent of Abnormal Call Terminations (%)

Percent of Call Setup Failures (%)

Call_AntennaFace
The antenna face serving the call, obtained from the Locate Request message.

Call_CellTrunkGroup
The cell site trunk group serving the call. Call_DigitalSwitch, Call_CellTrunkGroup, and
Call_CellTrunkMember can be used to identify the frame selector for the call.
Call_CellTrunkGroup is obtained from the Locate Request message.

Call_CellTrunkMember
The cell trunk member serving the call. Call_DigitalSwitch, Call_CellTrunkGroup, and
Call_CellTrunkMember can be used to identify the frame selector for the call.
Call_CellTrunkMember is obtained from the Locate Request message.

Call_Completed
iDEN Call Scenario Responses with a Service Stopped Cause of 3,6,or 9. This can occur
during Private Call, Call Alert, Telephone Interconnect, or Group Call Responses.

Call_Completed_Normally
Contains geographically referenced occurrences for all normally completed test mobile call
events. A Call Completed Normally event occurs when:

CallEndResultCode=1

CallEndResultData=1

Call_DigitalSwitch
The Digital Cellular Switch serving the call. Call_DigitalSwitch, Call_CellTrunkGroup, and
Call_CellTrunkMember can be used to identify the frame selector for the call.
Call_DigitalSwitch is obtained from the Locate Request message.

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Call_Drop
iDEN Call Scenario Responses with a Service Stopped Cause of 10. This can occur during
Private Call, Call Alert, Telephone Interconnect, or Group Call Responses.

Call_Dropped
This attribute indicates abnormal call termination.

Call_LogicalServerGroup
The logical Server Group (SG) serving the call obtained from the Locate Request message.

Call_RadioChannel
The radio channel number serving the call obtained from the Locate Request message.

Call_RadioNumber
The radio number serving the call obtained from the Locate Request message.

Call_Release
Contains geographically referenced occurrences for all test mobile release requests.
For Grayson Amps, a Release event is triggered if the following sequence of requirements
occur:

First Requirement Status Report: Channel Mode=Voice, Signal Tone=0

Followed byStatus Report: Channel Mode=Control, Signal Tone=1

For ZKCellTest, a Release event is triggered if the following occurs:

Call End message

Call_Setup
Contains geographically referenced occurrences for all test mobile access attempts to the
system.
For Grayson Amps, a Call Setup event is triggered if the following sequence of requirements
occur:

First Requirement: Status Report: Channel Mode=Control, Signal Tone=1, SAT=not


locked

Followed by: Status Report: Channel Mode=Voice, Signal Tone=0, SAT=locked

For ZKCellTest, a Call Setup event is triggered if the following sequence of requirements
occur:

First Requirement: Control Channel: Channel Mode=Control

Followed by Voice Channel: Channel Mode=Voice

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Call_Setup_Fail
No further information available.

CallCompleted
This attribute indicates successful call completions triggered by the following sequence of
events:

Outgoing Call Setup OK or Incoming Call Setup OK

Followed by a Forward Release Order

CallDropped
This attribute indicates abnormal call terminations triggered by the following sequence of
events:

Outgoing Call Setup OK or Incoming Call Setup OK

Not followed by a Forward Release Order

Followed by a return to the Sync Channel

CalledPartyNumber
No further information available.

CallIsIncoming
Event

CallSetupTime
This is the time in milliseconds from Reverse Channel Access Origination to a Forward Traffic
Service Connect Completion. Occasionally an FTSCC is missed by logging tools - in this
case, the time is measured up to the first traffic channel message received by the mobile.

CallSetupTime_MSOrig
No further information available.

CallStartTime
Event

Candidate Set Delay


No further information available.

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Candidate_Pilots_Delay_for_PN
No further information available.

Candidate_Pilots_EcIo_for_PN_xx
The Ec/Io of PN xx anywhere that PN xx is a member of the Candidate Set.

CandidateDelay_Max1
This attribute contains the delay between the most powerful multipath component and the
center of the candidate search window for the current search window.

CandidateDelay_Max2
This attribute contains the delay between the second most powerful multipath component and
the center of the candidate search window for the current search window.

CandidateDelay_Max3
This attribute contains the delay between the third most powerful multipath component and
the center of the candidate search window for the current search window.

CandidateEcIo_Max1
This attribute contains the Ec/Io of the most powerful multipath component in the candidate
set for the current search window.

CandidateEcIo_Max2
This attribute contains the Ec/Io of the second most powerful multipath component in the
candidate set for the current search window.

CandidateEcIo_Max3
This attribute contains the Ec/Io of the third most powerful multipath component in the
candidate set for the current search window.

CandidatePN
This attribute contains the PN code in the candidate set which the search window is currently
measuring.

CapiTapiDeviceSelector
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

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Carrier
Indicates if a carrier is present on the channel. A value of 1 indicates that a carrier is present
and a value of 0 indicates that a carrier is not present. This parameter is derived from the
Status Report in the messaging.

Carrier_Drift
This attribute indicates the carrier frequency drift error in Hz as reported by the PN scanner.
The drift error is the difference between the expected carrier frequency and the measured
carrier frequency.

Carrier_state
This attribute contains the state of a CDMA carrier as reported by the PN scanner equipment.
The attribute values translate to carrier state as follows:
Value
0
1
2

Carrier State
Invalid
Drifting
Valid

CauseCodeA
No further information available.

CauseCodeCC
Connection management cause code.
Code
1

Event
Unassigned
(unallocated) number

No route to destination

Channel unacceptable

8
16

Operator determined
barring
Normal call clearing

17

User busy

18

No user responding

19
21

User alerting, no
answer
Call rejected

22

Number changed

25

Pre-emption

26

Non-selected user
clearing
Destination out of order

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The destination requested by the mobile station cannot be reached, because
although the number is in a valid format, it is not currently assigned
(allocated).
The called user cannot be reached because the network routing the call does
not serve the desired destination.
The channel most recently identified is not acceptable to the sending entity
for use in this call.
The MS has tried to access a service that the MSs network operator or
service provider is not prepared to allow.
The call is being cleared because one of the users involved in the call has
requested that the call be cleared. Under normal situations, the source of this
cause is not the network.
This is used when the called user has indicated the inability to accept another
call (the user equipment is compatible with the call).
This is used when a user does not respond to a call establishment message
with either an alerting or connect indication within the prescribed period
allocated (defined by the expiry of either timer T303 or T310).
This is used when a user has provided an alerting indication but has not
provided a connect indication within a prescribed period.
The equipment sending this cause does not wish to accept this call, although
it could have accepted the call because the equipment sending this cause is
neither busy nor incompatible.
This is returned to a calling mobile station when the called party number
indicated by the calling mobile station is no longer assigned. The new called
party number may optionally be included in the diagnostic field. If a network
does not support this capability, cause 1 Unassigned (unallocated) number
shall be used.
This is returned to the network when a mobile station clears an active call that
is being pre-empted by another call with higher precedence.
Not supported. Treated as cause 31.
The destination indicated by the mobile station cannot be reached because
the interface to the destination is not functioning correctly (a signaling
message was unable to be delivered to the remote user; for example, a

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29

Invalid number format


(incomplete number)
Facility rejected

30

Response to STATUS
ENQUIRY

31

Normal, unspecified

34
38

No circuit/channel
available
Network out of order

41

Temporary failure

42

Switching equipment
congestion
Access information
discarded

43

44

47
49
50

55
57

Requested
circuit/channel not
available
Resource unavailable,
unspecified
Quality of service
unavailable
Requested facility not
subscribed
Incoming calls barred
within the CUG
Bearer capability not
authorized

58

Bearer capability not


presently available

63

Service or option not


available, unspecified
ACM equal to or greater
than ACMmax
Bearer service not
implemented
Requested facility not
implemented
Only restricted digital
information bearer
capability is available
Service or option not
implemented,
unspecified
Invalid transaction
identifier value
User not member of
CUG
Incompatible
destination

68
65
69
70

79

81
87
88

91
95
96
97

98

Invalid transit network


selection
Semantically incorrect
message
Invalid mandatory
information
Message type nonexistent or not
implemented
Message type not
compatible with
protocol state

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The called user cannot be reached because the called party number is not a
valid format or is not complete.
This is returned when the network cannot provide a facility requested by the
user.
This is included in STATUS messages if the message is sent in response to a
STATUS ENQUIRY message. See also section 5.5.3 of GSM specification
04.08.
This is used to report a normal event only when no other cause in the normal
class applies.
There is no appropriate circuit/channel presently available to handle the call.
The network is not functioning correctly and this condition is likely to last a
relatively long period; therefore immediately re-attempting the call is not likely
to be successful.
The network is not functioning correctly and this condition is not likely to last a
long period; therefore, the mobile station may wish to try another call attempt
almost immediately.
The switching equipment generating this cause is experiencing a period of
high traffic.
The network could not deliver access information to the remote user as
requested; that is, a user-to-user information, low layer compatibility, high
layer compatibility, or sub-address as indicated in the diagnostic.
This is returned when the other side of the interface cannot provide the circuit
or channel indicated by the requesting entity.
This is used to report a resource unavailable event only when no other cause
in the resource unavailable class applies.
This indicates to the mobile station that the requested quality of service, as
defined in CCITT Recommendation X.213, cannot be provided.
The network could not provide the requested supplementary service,
because the user has not completed the necessary administrative
arrangements with its supporting networks.
Although the called party is a member of the CUG for the incoming CUG call,
incoming calls are not allowed within this CUG.
This indicates that the mobile station has requested a bearer capability, which
has been implemented by the equipment which generated this cause, but
which the mobile station is not authorized to use.
The mobile station has requested a bearer capability, which has been
implemented by the equipment which generated this cause, but which is not
available at this time.
This is used to report a service or option not available event only when no
other cause in the service or option not available class applies.
The mobile uses this cause to indicate that call clearing is due to ACM being
greater than or equal to ACMmax.
This indicates that the equipment sending this cause does not support the
bearer capability requested.
The equipment sending this cause does not support the requested
supplementary service.
This cause indicates that the mobile has requested an unrestricted bearer
service, but that the equipment sending this cause only supports the
restricted version of the requested bearer capability.
This is used to report a service or option not implemented event only when no
other cause in the service or option not implemented class applies.
The equipment sending this cause has received a message with a
transaction identifier that is not currently in use on the MS-network interface.
The called user for the incoming CUG call is not a member of the specified
CUG.
The equipment sending this cause has received a request to establish a call
that has low layer compatibility, high layer compatibility, or other compatibility
attributes (for example, data rate) that cannot be accommodated.
Treated as cause 95 below.
This is used to report receipt of a message with semantically incorrect
contents (see section 8.8 of GSM specification 04.08).
The equipment sending this cause has received a message with a nonsemantic mandatory IE error (see section 8.5 of GSM specification 04.08).
The equipment sending this cause has received a message with a message
type it does not recognize either because this is a message not defined, or
defined but not implemented by the equipment sending this cause.
The equipment sending this cause has received a message not compatible
with the protocol state (see section 8.4 of GSM specification 04.08).

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Information element
non-existent or not
implemented

100

Conditional IE error

101

Message not
compatible with
protocol state
Recovery on timer
expiry
Protocol error,
unspecified
Interworking,
unspecified

102
111
127

The equipment sending this cause has received a message that includes
information elements not recognized because the information element
identifier is not defined or it is defined but not implemented by the equipment
sending the cause. However, the information element is not required to be
present in the message in order for the equipment sending the cause to
process the message.
The equipment sending this cause has received a message with conditional
IE errors (see section 8.7.2 of GSM specification 04.08).
A message has been received which is incompatible with the protocol state or
that a STATUS message has been received indicating an incompatible call
state.
A procedure has been initiated by the expiry of a timer in association with TS
04.08 error handling procedures.
Used to report a protocol error event only when no other cause in the protocol
error class applies.
There has been interworking with a network which does not provide causes
for actions it takes; so, the precise cause for a message which is being sent
cannot be determined.

CauseCodeMM
Mobility Management cause code.
Code
2

Event
IMSI unknown in HLR

Illegal MS

4
5

IMSI unknown in VLR


IMEI not accepted

Illegal ME

10

GPRS services not


allowed
GPRS services and
non-GPRS services not
allowed
MS identity cannot be
derived by the network
Implicitly detached

11

PLMN not allowed

12

Location Area not


allowed
Roaming not allowed in
this location area
MSC temporarily not
reachable

13
16

17

Network failure

22

Congestion

32

Service option not


supported
Requested service
option not subscribed
Service option
temporarily out of order
Call cannot be
identified
Semantically incorrect
message
Invalid mandatory

33
34
38
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This is sent to the MS if the MS is not known (registered) in the HLR. This
cause code does not affect operation of the GPRS service, although it may
be used by a GMM procedure.
This is sent to the MS when the network refuses service to the MS, either
because an identity of the MS is not acceptable to the network or because
the MS does not pass the authentication check that is, the SRES received
from the MS is different from that generated by the network.
This is sent to the MS when the given IMSI is not known at the VLR.
This is sent to the MS if the network does not accept emergency call
establishment using an IMEI.
This is sent to the MS if the ME used is not acceptable to the network, for
example, blacklisted.
This is sent to the MS if it requests an IMSI attach for GPRS services, but is
not allowed to operate GPRS services.
This is sent to the MS if it requests a combined IMSI attach for GPRS and
non-GPRS services, but is not allowed to operate either of them.
This is sent to the MS when the network cannot derive the MSs identity from
the P-TMSI in case of inter-SGSN routing area update.
This is sent to the MS either if the network has implicitly detached the MS, for
example, some time after the Mobile reachable timer has expired, or if the
GMM context data related to the subscription does not exist in the SGSN for
example because of a SGSN restart.
This is sent to the MS if it requests location updating in a PLMN where the
MS (by subscription or due to operator-determined barring) is not allowed to
operate.
This is sent to the MS if it requests location updating in a location area where
the MS, by subscription, is not allowed to operate.
This is sent to an MS which requests location updating in a location area of a
PLMN which offers roaming to that MS in that Location Area, by subscription.
This is sent to the MS if it requests a combined GPRS attach or routing or
updating in a PLMN where the MSC is temporarily not reachable via the
GPRS part of the GSM network.
This is sent to the MS if the MSC cannot service an MS-generated request
because of PLMN failures, for example, problems in MAP.
This is sent if the service request cannot be actioned because of congestion
(for example, no channel, facility busy/congested, and so on.)
This is sent when the MS requests a service/facility in the CM SERVICE
REQUEST message that is not supported by the PLMN.
This is sent when the MS requests a service option for which it has no
subscription.
This is sent when the MSC cannot service the request because of temporary
outage of one or more functions required for supporting the service.
This is sent when the network cannot identify the call associated with a call
re-establishment request.
This is used to report receipt of a message with semantically incorrect
contents (see section 8.8 of GSM specification 04.08).
The equipment sending this cause has received a message with a non-

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98

99

information
Message type nonexistent or not
implemented
Message not
compatible with
protocol state
Information element
non-existent or not
implemented

100

Conditional IE error

101

Message not
compatible with
protocol state
Protocol error,
unspecified

111

semantic mandatory IE error (see section 8.5 of GSM specification 04.08).


The equipment sending this cause has received a message with a message
type it does not recognize, either because this is a message not defined, or
defined but not implemented by the equipment sending this cause.
The equipment sending this cause has received a message not compatible
with the protocol state (see section 8.4 of GSM specification 04.08).
The equipment sending this cause has received a message that includes
information elements not recognized (because the information element
identifier is not defined or it is defined but not implemented by the equipment
sending the cause). However, the information element is not required to be
present in the message in order for the equipment sending the cause to
process the message.
The equipment sending this cause has received a message with conditional
IE errors.
This indicates that a message has been received which is incompatible with
the protocol state, or that a STATUS message has been received indicating
an incompatible call state.
Used to report a protocol error event only when no other cause in the protocol
error class applies.

CauseCodeRR
Radio Resource cause code.
Code
0

Event
Normal event

Abnormal release,
unspecified
Abnormal release,
channel unacceptable
Abnormal release, timer
expired
Abnormal release, no
activity on the radio
path
Pre-emptive release

2
3
4

5
8

9
10
65
95
96
97

98

Handover impossible,
timing advance out of
range
Channel mode
unacceptable
Frequency not
implemented
Call already cleared
Semantically incorrect
message
Invalid mandatory
information
Message type nonexistent or not
implemented
Message type not
compatible with
protocol state

Description
The channel is released because of a normal event or because an
assignment or handover is successfully (and normally) completed.
The channel is released because of an abnormal event without specifying
further reasons.
The channel type or channel characteristics are not acceptable.
The release is caused by a timer expiry.
A supervisory function has detected that the channel is not active.

The channel is released to be allocated to a priority call (for example, an


emergency call).
A handover is unsuccessful as the target BTS is beyond the normal range
and the target BTS would not accept an out-of-range timing advance.
The MS cannot handle the requested mode or type of channel.
The MS cannot operate on (at least one of) the requested frequency or
frequencies.
A handover is unsuccessful because the network or the remote user has
released the connection.
This is used to report receipt of a message with semantically incorrect
contents (see section 8.8 of GSM specification 04.08).
The equipment sending this cause has received a message with a nonsemantic mandatory IE error (see section 8.5 of GSM specification 04.08).
The equipment sending this cause has received a message with a message
type that is unrecognized, either because this is a message not defined, or
defined but not implemented by the equipment sending this cause.
The equipment sending this cause has received a message not compatible
with the protocol state (see section 8.4 of GSM specification 04.08).

CDMA_CallId
This attribute contains an identifier for each call identified by the Analyzer event detection
engine.

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CDMA_CallType
0

Outgoing Call Successfully Terminated

Incoming Call Successfully Terminated

Outgoing Call Failed Initiation

Incoming Call Failed Initiation

Outgoing Call Dropped

Incoming Call Dropped

CDMA_HDM_Seq
This attribute contains the HDM_SEQ Flag for Hand-off Completion messages, indicating the
Message Sequence Number of the Hand-off Direction message that triggered the Hand-off
process.

CDMA_Message_Type
This attribute contains a unique identifier for each CDMA Layer 3 message supported by
Analyzer:
Identifier

CDMA Layer 3 message

0x100400 Access Msg Unknown


0x100401 Access Msg Registration
0x100402 Access Msg Order
0x100403 Access Msg Data Burst
0x100404 Access Msg Origination
0x100405 Access Msg Page Response
0x100406 Access Msg Authentication Challenge Response
0x100407 Access Msg Status Response
0x100408 Access Msg TMSI Assignment Completion
0x100500 Reverse Link Msg Unknown
0x100501 Reverse Link Msg Order
0x100502 Reverse Link Msg Authentication Challenge Response
0x100503 Reverse Link Msg Flash With Information
0x100504 Reverse Link Msg Data Burst
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0x100506 Reverse Link Msg Power Measurement Report


0x100507 Reverse Link Msg Send Burst DTMF
0x100508 Reverse Link Msg Status (OBSOLETE)
0x100509 Reverse Link Msg Origination Continuation
0x10050A Reverse Link Msg Handoff Completion
0x10050B Reverse Link Msg Parameters Response
0x10050C Reverse Link Msg Service Request
0x10050D Reverse Link Msg Service Response
0x10050E Reverse Link Msg Service Connect Completion
0x10050F Reverse Link Msg Service Option Control
0x100510 Reverse Link Msg Status Response
0x100511 Reverse Link Msg TMSI Assignment Completion
0x100700 Paging Channel Msg Unknown
0x100701 Paging Channel Msg System Parameters
0x100702 Paging Channel Msg Access Parameter
0x100703 Paging Channel Msg Neighbor List
0x100704 Paging Channel Msg CDMA Channel List
0x100705 Paging Channel Msg Slotted Page
0x100706 Paging Channel Msg Page
0x100707 Paging Channel Msg Order
0x100708 Paging Channel Msg Channel Assignment
0x100709 Paging Channel Msg Data Burst
0x10070A Paging Channel Msg Authentication Challenge
0x10070B Paging Channel Msg SSD Update
0x10070C Paging Channel Msg Feature Notification
0x10070D Paging Channel Msg Extended System Parameter
0x10070E Paging Channel Msg Extended Neighbor List
0x10070F Paging Channel Msg Status Request
0x100710 Paging Channel Msg Service Redirection
0x100711 Paging Channel Msg General Page

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0x100712 Paging Channel Msg Global Service Redirection


0x100713 Paging Channel Msg TMSI Assignment
0x100800 Forward Link Msg Unknown
0x100801 Forward Link Msg Order
0x100802 Forward Link Msg Authentication Challenge
0x100803 Forward Link Msg Alert With Information
0x100804 Forward Link Msg Data Burst
0x100805 Forward Link Msg Handoff Direction (OBSOLETE)
0x100806 Forward Link Msg Analog Handoff Direction
0x100807 Forward Link Msg In-Traffic System Parameters
0x100808 Forward Link Msg Neighbor List Update
0x100809 Forward Link Msg Send Burst DTMF
0x10080A Forward Link Msg Power Control Parameters
0x10080B Forward Link Msg Retrieve Parameters
0x10080C Forward Link Msg Set Parameters
0x10080D Forward Link Msg SSD Update
0x10080E Forward Link Msg Flash With Information
0x10080F Forward Link Msg Mobile Station Registered
0x100810 Forward Link Msg Status Request
0x100811 Forward Link Msg Extended Handoff Direction
0x100812 Forward Link Msg Service Request
0x100813 Forward Link Msg Service Response
0x100814 Forward Link Msg Service Connect
0x100815 Forward Link Msg Service Option Control
0x100816 Forward Link Msg TMSI Assignment
0x100300 Reverse Link Msg Forward Traffic
0x100600 Sync Channel Msg
0x100900 Forward Link Msg Vocoder Packet
0x100A00 Reverse Link Msg Vocoder Packet
0x100B00 Finger Info Msg

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0x100D00 ETAK Info Msg


0x100E00 Markov Statistics Msg
0x100F00 Searcher Info Msg
0x101200 Analog Voice Msg
0x101300 Access Probe Msg
0x101400 GPS Information Msg
0x101600 Sparse AGC Info Msg
0x1FFE00 Status Report Msg
0x100409 Access Msg PACA Cancel
0x10040A Access Msg Extended Status Response
0x10040D

Access Msg Device Information

0x10040E

Access Msg Security Mode Request

0x100512 Reverse Link Msg Supplemental Channel Request


0x100513 Reverse Link Msg Candidate Frequency Search Response
0x100514 Reverse Link Msg Candidate Frequency Search Report
0x100515 Reverse Link Msg Periodic Pilot Strength Measurement
0x100516 Reverse Link Msg Outer Loop Report Msg
0x100517 Reverse Link Msg Resource Request
0x100518 Reverse Link Msg Extended Release Response
0x100519 Reserved
0x10051A Reverse Link Msg Enhanced Origination
0x10051B Reverse Link Msg Extended Flash With Information
0x10051C Reverse Link Msg Extended Pilot Strength Measurement
0x10051D Reverse Link Msg Extended Handoff Completion
0x10051E Reverse Link Msg Resource Release Request
0x10051F Reverse Link Msg Security Mode Request
0x100521 Reverse Link Msg D5-41 Inter System Transfer
0x100523 Reverse Link Msg Call Cancel
0x100524 Reverse Link Msg Device Information
0x100525 Reverse Link Msg MC-MAP Initial L3

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0x100526 Reverse Link Msg MC-MAP L3


0x100527 Reverse Link Msg R-TMSI Assignment Completion
0x100714 Paging Channel Msg PACA
0x100715 Paging Channel Msg Extended Channel Assignment
0x100716 Paging Channel Msg General Neighbor List
0x100717 Paging Channel Msg User Zone Identification
0x100718 Paging Channel Msg Private Neighbor List
0x100719 Reserved
0x10071A Paging Channel Msg Extended Global Service Redirection
0x10071B Paging Channel Msg Extended CDMA Channel List
0x10071C Paging Channel Msg User Zone Reject
0x10071D Paging Channel Msg ANSI-41 System Parameters
0x10071E Paging Channel Msg MC-RP Parameters
0x10071F Paging Channel Msg ANSI-41 RAND
0x100720 Paging Channel Msg Enhanced Access Parameters
0x100721 Paging Channel Msg Universal Neighbor List
0x100722 Paging Channel Msg Security Mode Command
0x100723 Paging Channel Msg Universal Page
0x100724 Paging Channel Msg Universal Page
0x100725 Paging Channel Msg Universal Page
0x100726 Paging Channel Msg Universal Page
0x100727 Paging Channel Msg MC-MAP Sync Channel
0x100728 Paging Channel Msg MC-MAP System Info
0x100729 Paging Channel Msg MC-MAP L3
0x10072A Paging Channel Msg R-TMSI Assignment
0x10072B Paging Channel Msg MC-MAP Flow Release
0x100817 Forward Link Msg Service Redirection
0x100818 Forward Link Msg Supplemental Channel Assignment
0x100819 Forward Link Msg Power Control
0x10081A Forward Link Msg Extended Neighbor List Update

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0x10081B Forward Link Msg Candidate Frequency Search Request


0x10081C Forward Link Msg Candidate Frequency Search Control
0x10081D Forward Link Msg Power Up Function
0x10081E Forward Link Msg Power Up Function Completion
0x10081F Forward Link Msg General Handoff Direction
0x100820 Forward Link Msg Resource Allocation
0x100821 Forward Link Msg Extended Release
0x100822 Forward Link Msg Universal Handoff Direction
0x100823 Forward Link Msg Extended Supplemental Channel Assignment
0x100824 Forward Link Msg Mobile Assisted Burst Operation Parameters
0x100825 Forward Link Msg User Zone Reject
0x100826 Forward Link Msg User Zone Update
0x100827 Forward Link Msg Call Assignment
0x100828 Forward Link Msg Extended Alert With Information
0x100829 Reserved
0x10082A Forward Link Msg Extended Flash With Information
0x10082B Forward Link Msg Security Mode Command
0x101900 General TA Information
0x101A00 Generla TA With Supplemental Channel Information
0x102900 Forward Link Frame Type
0x102A00 Reverse Link Frame Type
0x102B00 Forward Power Control
0x102C00 Reverse Power Control
0x102D00 Searcher And Finger Information
0x102E00 Service Configuration
0x102F00 Active Set And Channel Configuration
0x103100 RLP Statistics

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CDMA_MIN1
The last seven digits of a CDMA mobiles Mobile Identification Number for use in digital mode.
Please see IS-95 section 2.3.1 for more information.

CDMA_MIN2
The area code of a CDMA mobiles Mobile Identification Number for use in digital mode.
Please see IS-95 section 2.3.1 for more information.

CDMA_Msg_Seq_Hard_Included
Event

CDMA2AMPS_HandoffFail
This attribute indicates failed handoff attempts for mobiles handing off from a CDMA system
to an AMPS system.

CDMA2AMPS_HandoffOk
This attribute indicates successful handoff attempts for mobiles handing off from a CDMA
system to an AMPS system.

CDMAChannelModeChange
This attribute is used to indicate that the handset has changed states. These states are
supported:
1

System Initialization

System Acquisition

Paging (f-CSCH)

Access (r-CSCH)

Dedicated

Cell_Reselection_Ok
No further information available.

CellBAList_xx
This identifies the Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number of the channel assignment in
the xx position in the broadcast allocation list.

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CellBarAccess
This identifies the status of the flag indicating to mobiles in the idle mode as to whether this
cell is a permitted candidate for camping.

CellBarQualifier
Additional parameter used for cell priority and cell selection, please consult GSM standard
05.08 for further information.
Note:
Two identical semantics are used for cross-phase compatibility
reasons. This allows an operator to declare a cell always as a low priority one for
a phase 2 MS, but keeps the opportunity for an operator to decide whether a
phase 1 MS is permitted to camp on to such a cell or not.

CellCAList_xx
This identifies the Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number of the channel assignment in
the xx position in the cell allocation list.

CellDtxUsage
This identifies the status of discontinuous transmission on the downlink as used or not used.

CellEmergencyAllowed
This identifies the status of a flag permitting unregistered mobiles to initiate an emergency call
on the PLMN.

CellFCS_xx
This indicates the Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number of the channel in position x in
the frequency channel sequence for the current serving traffic channel.

CellMAList_xx
This identifies the Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number of the channel assignment in
the xx position in the mobile allocation list.

CellMaxRetransmissions
This identifies the number of permitted re-transmission attempts of random accesses that a
mobile can make when encountering collisions at call initiation (permitted values 1,2,4,7).

CellMsTxPowerMaxCCH
This identifies the maximum power in dB units a mobile can use when attempting a random
access attempt on the cell.

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CellNCCPermitted_xx
This identifies the values of permitted network color codes used in identifying cells in the idle
mode.

CellNumInBAList
This identifies the number of entries (channels) in the broadcast allocation list used for idle
mode measurements.

CellNumInCAList
This identifies the number of entries (channels) in the cell allocation list corresponding to the
total number of channels supported by the cell.

CellNumInFCS
This indicates the number of entries (channels) in the frequency channel sequence applicable
when hopping is active.

CellNumInMAList
This indicates the number of entries (channels) in the mobile allocation list used for
identification of hopping channel sets.

CellNumInNCCPermitted
This identifies the number of unique Network Color Codes permitted as valid for
measurement by the mobile.

CellPenaltyTime
Gives the duration for which the temporary offset is applied. Raw values range from 0 to 31
and are converted to seconds as follows: 0= 20s; 1= 40s, 31 is used to indicate that
CellReselectOffset is subtracted from C2 and that the TemporaryOffset is ignored.

CellPN_Primary
This attribute indicates the PN of the sector that is the primary server to the mobile. The
primary server is the oldest server among all active pilots.

CellPN_Quaternary
This attribute indicates the PN of the sector that is the fourth server to the mobile. The tertiary
server is the third oldest server among all active pilots.

CellPN_Quinary
This attribute indicates the PN of the sector that is the fifth server to the mobile. The tertiary
server is the third oldest server among all active pilots.

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CellPN_Secondary
This attribute indicates the PN of the sector that is the secondary server to the mobile. The
secondary server is the second oldest server among all active pilots.

CellPN_Senary
This attribute indicates the PN of the sector that is the sixth server to the mobile. The tertiary
server is the third oldest server among all active pilots.

CellPN_Tertiary
This attribute indicates the PN of the sector that is the tertiary server to the mobile. The
tertiary server is the third oldest server among all active pilots.

CellPowerControl
This identifies the status of downlink power control for the serving cell as active or disabled.

CellRadioLinkTimeoutMax
This identifies the maximum value of the radio link timeout (in SACCH periods) used to
determine if the message loss rate renders the downlink speech path unusable.

CellReestablishmentAllowed
This identifies the status of the call re-establishment flag that indicates to mobiles if the cell
permits a re-access after a breakdown in layer 2 messaging.

CellReselectHyst
This displays the setting of hysteresis which must be applied to the C1 criteria by the mobile
in the idle mode to neighbor measurements for the purpose of cell re-selection (unit dB).

CellReselectOffset
Applies an offset to the C2 reselection criterion for a cell. Raw values reported range from 0 to
63, which can then be converted to dB. (Ex: 0= 0dB, 1= 2dB, 2= 4dB, the maximum value
being 126dB).

CellRxLevAccessMin
This identifies the setting of the minimum RxLev value that must be exceeded for the cell to
be considered a candidate for camping in the idle mode.

CellSending
Cell Sending is the ID of the cell reporting the call trace record to the ECP.

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CellTemporaryOffset
Applies a negative offset to the values of C2 for the duration of CellPenaltyTime. Raw values
are reported from 0 to 7 which are then converted to dB as follows: 0- 60 in 10 dB steps; 0=
0dB, 1= 10dB, 7= infinity.

CellTxInteger
This indicates the value of the random seed used by the mobile to determine the interval
(range 3 to 50 slots) to wait between subsequent mobile random access attempts.

Channel
This is the voice channel number corresponding to the frequency received by the test mobile.
This parameter is derived from the Channel Report in the messaging.
For ZKCellTest, this parameter is derived from the Phone Status Messaging (where
1=Control Mode, 2=Voice Mode).

Channel Mode
This is the status of the channel mode as seen by the test mobile.
For Grayson Amps, this parameter is derived from the Status Report in the messaging (where
0=Voice Mode, 1=Control Mode).
For ZKCellTest, this parameter is derived from the Phone Status Messaging (where
1=Control Mode, 2=Voice Mode).

ChannelMode
This attribute indicates the current channel mode as follows:
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5

Mode
Unknown
Initiation
Synch channel
Paging Channel
Access channel
Traffic channel

ChannelState
Displays the state of the mobile as defined by the following table:
Value
1
2
3
4
9

Call State
Initialization
Idle
Voice Channel Initialization
Mobile Origination Attempt

Chosen_Integrity_Protection_Algorithm
Indicates the integrity protection algorithm being used by the RNC.

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Class_Code
This identifies the classification code of the messaging in the log file for all bins along the
drive test route. It can be seen in the message browser, and an example of this attribute may
be Downlink Layer 3 RR.

ClearCallMode
The mode in which the ClearCall session ran (that is, Play, Record, Full-Duplex, Alternate or
Loopback).

ClientServerMode
Whether the session of ClearCall ran as a Server or as the Client unit.

CMAC
This displays the Control Mobile Attenuation Code as received on the FOCC Overhead
message.

CMAX
This displays the maximum number of channels scanned by the mobile station when
accessing the system as received on the FOCC Overhead message.

CMServiceType
No further information available.

CN_Domain
Indicates the CN domain from which the message originates or to which the message shall be
sent.

Comarco_1stDTMFComponent_Freq
Frequency of largest signal component during DTMF message.

Comarco_1stDTMFComponent_Mag
Magnitude of largest signal component during DTMF message.

Comarco_1stSigComponent_Freq
Frequency of largest signal component.

Comarco_1stSigComponent_Mag
Magnitude of largest signal component during DTMF message.

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Comarco_2ndDTMFComponent_Freq
Frequency of second largest signal component during DTMF message.

Comarco_2ndDTMFComponent_Mag
Magnitude of second largest signal component during DTMF message.

Comarco_2ndSigComponent_Freq
Frequency of second largest signal component.

Comarco_2ndSigComponent_Mag
Magnitude of second largest signal component.

Comarco_BadFrames
The forward Frame Error Rate calculated over 100 frames. For Comarco CDMA, the frame
error rate is a percentage measure decoded from the Forward and Reverse Channel Data
Rates message of the Comarco log file. FERs will only be displayed for forward traffic
channel.

Comarco_BestServA_AvgRSSI_By_Rank_xx
The top 4 serving average RSSIs ranked from strongest to weakest.

Comarco_BestServA_Ch_by_Rank_xx
The top 4 serving channels ranked from strongest to weakest.

Comarco_BestServA_CMAC_By_Rank_xx
The top 4 serving CMAC ranked from strongest to weakest.

Comarco_BestServA_DCC_by_Rank_xx
The top 4 serving DCCs ranked from strongest to weakest.

Comarco_BestServA_MaxRSSI_By_Rank_xx
The top 4 maximum RSSIs ranked from strongest to weakest.

Comarco_BestServA_MinRSSI_By_Rank_xx
The top 4 minimum RSSIs ranked from strongest to weakest.

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Comarco_BestServA_SDCC1_By_Rank_xx
No further information available.

Comarco_BestServA_SDCC2_By_Rank_xx
No further information available.

Comarco_BestServA_SysId_By_Rank_xx
No further information available.

Comarco_BestServB_AvgRSSI_By_Rank_xx
The top 4 serving average RSSIs ranked from strongest to weakest.

Comarco_BestServB_Ch_By_Rank_xx
The top 4 serving channels ranked from strongest to weakest.

Comarco_BestServB_CMAC_By_Rank_xx
The top 4 serving CMAC ranked from strongest to weakest.

Comarco_BestServB_DCC_By_Rank_xx
The top 4 serving DCCs ranked from strongest to weakest.

Comarco_BestServB_MaxRSSI_By_Rank_xx
The top 4 maximum RSSIs ranked from strongest to weakest.

Comarco_BestServB_MinRSSI_By_Rank_xx
The top 4 serving minimum RSSIs ranked from strongest to weakest.

Comarco_BestServB_SDCC1_By_Rank_xx
No further information available.

Comarco_BestServB_SDCC2_By_Rank_xx
No further information available.

Comarco_BestServB_SysId_By_Rank_xx
No further information available.

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Comarco_CallCompleted
For Comarco, the call completed event is indicated in Message 513 (Message 51, Call
Termination Codes) in the log file.

Comarco_CallDropped
For Comarco, the call dropped event is indicated in Message 521 (Message 52, Retry
Resend) in the Comarco log file.

Comarco_CallProcessingMode
No further information available.

Comarco_CallState
Call State
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Description
New Call Attempt VAR INI
Starting Call (Recall and Send)
Wait For #
Wait For Call To Time Out
End Call
Retry Call
Get System ID and Test For Service
Wait For Control Channel and Test For Time Out
Land To Mobile
Monitor Call Progress

Comarco_CallStateAMPS
Call State
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Description
Initialization
Idle
Voice Chan. Init.
Waiting for Order
Waiting for Answer
Conversation
Release
System Access

Comarco_CallStateCDMA
Call State
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Description
Initialization
Idle
Voice Chan. Init.
Waiting for Order
Waiting for Answer
Conversation
Release
System Access
Update Overhead Info
Mobile Origination Attempt
Page Response
Order/ Message Response
Registration Access
Message Transmission

Comarco_CarrierType
No further information available.

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Comarco_DSP_Count
Number of measurements over Digital Signal Processing threshold set point.

Comarco_DTMF_DSP_Count
Number of measurements over Digital Signal Processing threshold set point during Dual Tone
Multi-Frequency message.

Comarco_DTMF_RMS_Noise
RMS noise in mdB during DTMF message.

Comarco_DTMF_SINAD
Signal to Noise and Distortion value during Dual Tone Multi-Frequency message.

Comarco_HandoffAmpsToCDMA
No further information available.

Comarco_HandoffAmpsToTDMA
No further information available.

Comarco_HandoffCDMAToAMPS
No further information available.

Comarco_HandoffFail
No further information available.

Comarco_HandoffOk
No further information available.

Comarco_HandoffTDMAToAMPS
No further information available.

Comarco_iDEN_Carrier_Number
This identifies the carrier pair currently in use by the mobile. The number ranges from 0 to
1199.

Comarco_iDEN_Channel Type
This indicates the current channel type serving the mobile.

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Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6

Meaning
Temporary Control Channel (TCCH)
Dedicated Control Channel (DCCH)
Primary Control Channel (PCCH)
Traffic Channel (TCH)
Broadcast Control Channel (BCCH)
Scan Mode
Common Control Channel (CCCH)

Comarco_iDEN_CI
This identifies the Cell Identity of the current serving cell.

Comarco_iDEN_Color_Code
This identifies the color code associated with the current channel serving the mobile. The
number ranges from 0 to 15.

Comarco_iDEN_Interleave
This identifies the increment in slot numbers between adjacent slots of the physical channel.
Value
0
1
2
3

Meaning
Unknown
Three Slots
Six Slots
Twelve Slots.

Comarco_iDEN_LAC
This indicates the Location Area Code (paging area) of the current serving cell.

Comarco_iDEN_MCC
This identifies the Mobile Country Code of the current serving cell and the associated Public
Land Mobile Network that uniquely identifies the country of the PLMN.

Comarco_iDEN_MobileTxPowerActual
This indicates the current transmit power of the mobile station, ranging from 0 to 30dBm.

Comarco_iDEN_NDC
This identifies the National Domain Code of the current serving cell and the associated Public
Land Mobile Network that uniquely identifies the network within the home country.

Comarco_iDEN_Offset
This indicates the value of the slot number of the lowest numbered slot on the current serving
channel. The value ranges from 0 to {Interleave-1}.

Comarco_IncomingCallFail
For Comarco, an incoming call setup failure is obtained from the Call Status messaging.

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Comarco_IncomingCallOK
For Comarco, an incoming call initiation event is obtained from the Call Status messaging.

Comarco_NeighborListWarning
No further information available.

Comarco_NES_CallCompleted
No further information available.

Comarco_NES_CallDropped
No further information available.

Comarco_NES_CallDuration
No further information available.

Comarco_NES_CallEndTime
No further information available.

Comarco_NES_CallID
No further information available.

Comarco_NES_CallStartTime
No further information available.

Comarco_NES_CallTerminationCode
Termination Code
1
2
3
4
15
16
17
18
19
20
40
41

Description
Unable to Connect to Answer Computer in Allotted Time
Terminated Due To Maximum Retries
Stimulator Termination
Answer Termination
No Service
Voice Channel
Abnormal Termination (Radio Look-Up Reset Radio)
Max Retry End from SST Answer Calling Mobile
Unable to Connect to Answer Computer in Allotted Time
Terminated Due To Maximum Retries
Answer Termination
Answer has all Land-to-Mobile data

Comarco_NES_CallTerminationData
Termination Code
42
68
69
70
72

Description
Normal Call Termination
Call Termination due to line current (drop)
No line current when going off hook
Fast busy
Quiet test heartbeat failure

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78
82
84
87
88
89

No dial tone when going off hook


Call termination due to max retries
Call termination due to timer expiration
Call termination due to too long transferring
SINAD sequence failure
Busy after dialing phone number

Comarco_NES_IncomingCallFail
No further information available.

Comarco_NES_IncomingCallOk
No further information available.

Comarco_NES_OriginatingSST
Originating Smart Scenario Transceiver (calling module).

Comarco_NES_OutgoingCallFail
No further information available.

Comarco_NES_OutgoingCallOk
No further information available.

Comarco_NES_RetryResend
Code
1
2
3
4
5
6

Description
Dropped Call
No Service (Not Used)
Reorder
Busy
Fast Busy
Error Tone

Comarco_OtherData
No further information available.

Comarco_OutgoingCallFail
For Comarco, outgoing initiation failures are obtained from the Call Status messaging.

Comarco_OutgoingCallOK
For Comarco, successful mobile originations are obtained from the Call Status messaging.

Comarco_PhoneState
PhoneState
0
1
2
3

Description
Control Channel Initialization
Paging Channel Initialization
Idle
Access

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4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

Voice Channel
Conversation
Coming Call
Primary DCCH Initialization
Secondary DCCH Initialization
Traffic Channel
Out of Range
Scan and Lock
System Search
DCCH Selection
Camping
Registration Proceeding
Wait for Order
Origination Proceeding
Originated SMS
Terminated SMS
SSD Update Proceeding
System Search
User System Select

Comarco_RequestFromAnswerComputer
The values for this parameter correspond to the descriptions in the following table.
Call State
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Description
ANI & Call ID
Connect Time
Time-Clock
Date
Tone Test Data
Device ID
Land To Mobile
End Land To Mobile
Request Answer Computer Call ID

Comarco_RMS_Noise
No further information available.

Comarco_Scan_Best_CChA_RSSI_xx
The top three control channel RSSIs, ranked from strongest to weakest.

Comarco_Scan_Best_CChA_xx
The top three control channels, ranked from strongest to weakest.

Comarco_Scan_Best_CChB_RSSI_xx
The top three control channel RSSIs, ranked from strongest to weakest.

Comarco_Scan_Best_CChB_xx
The top three control channels, ranked from strongest to weakest.

Comarco_Scan_CCh_A_RSSI_AVG
Represents the average Received Signal Strength Indication obtained from the RSSI
readings in the Control Channel A RSSI message (for block A).

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Comarco_Scan_CCh_A_xx
Defines the Channel number obtained from the Control Channel A Received Signal Strength
Indication message (for block A).

Comarco_Scan_CCh_B
Defines the Channel number obtained from the Control Channel B Received Signal Strength
Indication message (for block B).

Comarco_Scan_CCh_B_RSSI_AVG
Represents the average Received Signal Strength Indication obtained from the RSSI
readings in the Control Channel B RSSI message (for block B).

Comarco_Scan_CCh_Num_Readings
Represents the number of Received Signal Strength Indication readings (up to 30) in the in
the Control Channel RSSI message.

Comarco_Scan_Ch_Group_RSSI_xx
This represents the Received Signal Strength Indication reading in position XX, where XX is a
number between 1 and M, where M is the total number of readings. The maximum value of M
is 30. The RSSI is reported in the Channel Set Group message.

Comarco_Scan_Ch_Group_SAT_xx
This represents the Supervisory Auditory Tone reading in position XX, where XX is a number
between 1 and M, where M is the total number of readings. The maximum value of M is 30.
The SAT is reported in the Channel Set Group message.

Comarco_Scan_GSM_ARFCN_by_Rank_xx
The Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number for the channel with the XXth ranked
Received Signal Strength Indication (RSSI) is reported as part of the GSM Sorted Channel
Set message.
The RSSI value for channel XX is reported in the GSM RSSI message. The values for XX are
in the range 0 to 125.

Comarco_Scan_GSM_RSSI_by_ARFCN_xx
The Received Signal Strength Indication value for Absolute Radio Frequency Channel
Number XX is reported in the GSM RSSI message. The values for XX are in the range 0 to
125.

Comarco_Scan_R1_by_Old_Ch_xx
For COMARCO Scanner (TACS), the nth Received Signal Strength Indication value for
channel XX is reported as part of the Old Channel RSSI message. R1 is the most recent
reading.

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Comarco_Scan_R2_by_Old_Ch_xx
For COMARCO Scanner (TACS), the 2nd Received Signal Strength Indication value for
channel xx is reported as part of the Old Channel RSSI message. R5 is the oldest reading.

Comarco_Scan_R3_by_Old_Ch_xx
For COMARCO Scanner (TACS), the 3rd Received Signal Strength Indication value for
channel xx is reported as part of the Old Channel RSSI message. R5 is the oldest reading.

Comarco_Scan_R4_by_Old_Ch_xx
For COMARCO Scanner (TACS), the 4th Received Signal Strength Indication value for
channel xx is reported as part of the Old Channel RSSI message. R5 is the oldest reading.

Comarco_Scan_R5_by_Old_Ch_xx
For COMARCO Scanner (TACS), the 5th Received Signal Strength Indication value for
channel xx is reported as part of the Old Channel RSSI message. R5 is the oldest reading.

Comarco_Scan_RSSI_All_Ch_xx
For COMARCO Scanner (AMPS), the Received Signal Strength Indication values for all
channels in 42-channel steps are reported as part of the All Channels RSSI message.
For COMARCO Scanner (TACS), the RSSI values for all channels are reported as part of the
All Channels RSSI message.

Comarco_Scan_RSSI_by_AdjCh_xx
This represents the Received Signal Strength Indication for the adjacent channel (XX+1),
where XX is the current channel, and is reported in the SST adjacent RSSI message.

Comarco_Scan_RSSI_by_CoCh_xx
For COMARCO Scanner (TACS), the Received Signal Strength Indication value for channel
XX is reported as part of the Co-Channel Measurement message.

Comarco_Scan_RSSI_by_CurCh_xx
Represents the Received Signal Strength Indication for the current channel (XX), and is
reported in the SST adjacent RSSI message.

Comarco_Scan_RSSI_CCh_A_xx
The RSSI for each individual control channel.

Comarco_Scan_RSSI_CCh_B_xx
The RSSI for each individual control channel.

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Comarco_Scan_SAT_by_CoCh_xx
For COMARCO Scanner (TACS), the Supervisory Auditory Tone value for channel XX is
reported as part of the Co-Channel Measurement message.

Comarco_Scan_SAT_by_CurCh_xx
This represents the Supervisory Auditory Tone value for channel XX and is reported in the
SST adjacent RSSI message.

Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_Ch
The channel number of the best server is decoded from the System A/B Best Server
message.

Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_CMC
The Control Channel Mobile Attenuation Code (CMAC) is decoded from the System A/B Best
Server message.

Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_DCC
The Digital Color Code is decoded from the System A/B Best Server message.

Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_PCI_Dig_Cap
The PCI Digital Capable is part of the Supplemental Digital Control Code and is decoded from
the System A/B Best Server message.

Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_Rank
The rank is decoded from the System A/B Best Server message.

Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_RSSI_Avg
The average Received Signal Strength Indication is obtained over n measured values and is
part of the System A/B Best Server message.

Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_RSSI_Max
The maximum Received Signal Strength Indication is obtained over n measured values and is
part of the System A/B Best Server message.

Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_RSSI_Min
The minimum Received Signal Strength Indication is obtained over n measured values and is
part of the System A/B Best Server message.

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Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_SDCC1
The SDCC1 is part of the Supplemental Digital Control Code and is decoded from the System
A/B Best Server message.

Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_SDCC2
The SDCC2 is part of the Supplemental Digital Control Code and is decoded from the System
A/B Best Server message.

Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_Sys_Id
This represents the system ID and is decoded from the System A/B Best Server message.

Comarco_Scan_Server_A/B_WOFM
The WOFM is part of the Supplemental Digital Control Code and is decoded from the System
A/B Best Server message.

Comarco_Scan_Sn_by_Old_Ch
For COMARCO Scanner (TACS), the nth Supervisory Auditory Tone value for channel XX is
reported as part of the Old Channel Received Signal Strength Indication message. Values for
n vary from 1 to 5, with 1 as the most recent reading and 5 as the oldest reading.

Comarco_SINAD
Signal to Noise and Distortion value.

Comarco_System_ID
No further information available.

Comarco_TestState
State
1
2
3
4
5

Description
Normal/Scenario Service Monitor
Program/Program/NAM
Test/If In Monitor Mode
Monitor/Test
Handset Mode

Comarco_ToneState
State
0
1
2
3

Description
LAMS computer SINAD tone ON
LAMS computer SINAD tone OFF
SST SINAD tone ON
SST SINAD tone OFF

Comarco_WeakPilotWarning
No further information available.

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ComPort
For devices that communicated via the Serial Port, this attribute indicates to which port the
device was connected.

Connect_Call
No further information available.

ControlChannel_DELAY
This displays the delay in superframes and is obtained on the F-BCCH, Control Channel
Selection Parameters message.

ControlChannel_HyperBand
This displays the current control channel.

ControlChannel_InitialSelectionControl
Displays if the Initial Selection Control is enabled or disabled as received on the F-BCCH
Control Channel Selection Parameters message. When the Initial Selection Control is
disabled, it is assigned a value of 0. When it is enabled, it is assigned a value of 1 in
Analyzer.

ControlChannel_SCANINTERVAL
This displays the interval (in hyperframes) during which neighbor cell measurements are
executed as received on the F-BCCH Control Channel Selection Parameters message.

ControlChannel_ScanningOptionIndicator
This displays if the Scanning Option Indicator is enabled or disabled as received on the FBCCH Control Channel Selection Parameters message. When the Scanning Option Indicator
is disabled, it is assigned a value of 0. When it is enabled, it is assigned a value of 1 in
Analyzer.

CU_ID
No further information available.

Cummulative_Cell_Reselection_OK
No further information available.

Cummulative_Handoff_Fail
No further information available.

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Cummulative_Handoff_OK
No further information available.

Cummulative_Repeated_Cell_Reselection
No further information available.

CurState
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

CurStateCode
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

D_CMCE_PDU_Type
No further information available.

D_MM_PDU_Type
No further information available.

DataAcqChannel
No further information available.

DataAge
No further information available.

Dedicated_DCC_DVCC_SAT
This displays the Digital Color Code/Digital Verification Color Code (an 8 bit code used to
indicate that co-channel interfering data is not being decoded) of the serving channel. If the
serving channel is an Analog channel, then the value displayed is the Supervisory Auditory
Tone (SAT), which has the same function as the DCC/DVCC. This message is obtained from
the Dedicated Mode Report in the Data record of the messaging.

Dedicated_DMAC
This displays the Digital Mobile Attenuation Code commanding an initial mobile power level
when assigning a digital traffic channel to the mobile. This message is obtained from the
Dedicated Mode Report in the Data record of the messaging.

Dedicated_MRLQ
This indicates the Monitoring Radio Link Quality, which is a number from 1 to 10. This
message is obtained from the Dedicated Mode Report in the Data record of the messaging.

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Dedicated_TA
This displays the Time Advance associated with the traffic channel. This message is obtained
from the Dedicated Mode Report in the Data record of the messaging.

Dedicated_TS
This displays the allocated Time Slot of the traffic channel. This message is obtained from the
Dedicated Mode Report in the Data record of the TEMS log file. The following table defines
the value of the assigned Time Slots:
Time Slot
Analog
Slot 1 and 4
Slot 2 and 5
Slot 3 and 6
Slot 1
Slot 2
Slot 3
Slot 4
Slot 5
Slot 6

Number Assigned
0
1
2
3
11
12
13
14
15
16

DedicatedCell_BER
This displays the Bit Error Rate recorded by the mobile when in conversation, for the serving
channel. This message is obtained from the Dedicated Mode Report in the Data record of the
messaging.

DedicatedCell_BER_by_Channel_xx
For LCC IS-163/AMPS in binary format, it represents the Bit Error Rate when the mobile is
served by channel XX. The information is reported in the Dedicated Mode message.

DedicatedCell_Channel
This displays the best available Dedicated Control Channel served by the mobile when in
conversation. This message is obtained from the Dedicated Mode Report in the Data record
of the messaging.

DedicatedCell_Hyperband
This displays the band (800 MHz, 1900 MHz) the system is on when in conversation. This
message is obtained from the Dedicated Mode Report in the Data record of the TEMS log file.

DedicatedCell_SignalStrength
This displays the signal strength (dBm), of the serving control channel recorded by the mobile
when in conversation. This message is obtained from the Dedicated Mode Report in the Data
record of the messaging.

DedicatedCell_SignalStrength_by_Channel_xx
This displays the signal strength (dBm), recorded by the mobile for the respective control
channel.

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For LCC IS-136/AMPS in binary format, it represents the Signal Strength (in dBM) reported by
the mobile when it is served by channel XX. The information is reported in the Dedicated
Mode message.

DedicatedError_FACCH
This displays the frame errors associated with the Fast Associated Control Channel. This
message is obtained from the Dedicated Mode Report in the Data record of the messaging.

DedicatedError_Freq
This displays the values associated with the frequency correction in the mobile when in
conversation. This message is obtained from the Dedicated Mode Report in the Data record
of the messaging.

DedicatedError_UCH
This displays the frame errors associated with the UCH. This message is obtained from the
Dedicated Mode Report in the Data record of the messaging.

Delay_1_Max
The maximum chip delay of the earliest arriving multi-path component across all PNs. Only
those measurements which are measured above the threshold defined in the user
preferences are considered.

Delay_for_PN_XX
This attribute contains the delay for pilot signals as reported in the Pilot Strength
Measurement message. In the Workspace Explorer, the XX in the attribute name is replaced
by the PN offset.

Delay_Spread_for_PN_xx
This attribute indicates the difference between the earliest arriving multipath component and
latest arriving multipath component for a given PN, where xx is the PN offset.

Delay_Threshold
This attribute indicates the Ec/Io threshold used to calculate real-time delay measurements
only.

Delivery_Order
Indicates whether or not the RAB shall provide in-sequence SDU delivery.

Device_Msg_Code
Device Message Code.

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Device_Msg_Group
Device Message Group.

DeviceControlPhoneNumber
The phone number of the device.

DeviceDataPhoneNumber
The phone number used by the device for data calls.

DeviceFaxPhoneNumber
The phone number used by the device for Fax calls.

DeviceIndex
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

DeviceNetworkType
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

DevicePortType
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

DeviceSerialNumber
No further information available.

DeviceSubType
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

DeviceType
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

DeviceVoicePhoneNumber
The phone number used by the device for voice calls.

Digital_Voice_Channel_Assigned
No further information available.

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Direction
No further information available.

Distance
The Distance attribute contains the distance traveled by the survey vehicle along the drive
test route.

DL_LLC_NumOfRepeatedFrames4TimePeriod
See GPRS - further information.

DL_LLC_RetransmittedFrameRate
See GPRS - further information.

DL_LLC_ThroPut
See GPRS - further information.

DL_LLC_ThroPut1
See GPRS - further information.

DL_LLC_ThroPut2
See GPRS - further information.

DL_LLC_TotalFramesTransmitted
See GPRS - further information.

DL_LLC_TotalNumOfFrames4TimePeriod
See GPRS - further information.

DL_RLC_NumOfRepeatedFrames4TimePeriod
See GPRS - further information.

DL_RLC_RetransmittedBlkRate
See GPRS - further information.

DL_RLC_ThroPut
See GPRS - further information.

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DL_RLC_ThroPut1
See GPRS - further information.

DL_RLC_ThroPut2
See GPRS - further information.

DL_RLC_TotalBlksTransmitted
See GPRS - further information.

DL_RLC_TotalNumOfFrames4TimePeriod
See GPRS - further information.

DMAC
This displays the Digital Mobile Attenuation Code.

Dropped_Call_alarm
No further information available.

DT_Call_Id
No further information available.

DualModeCallProgress
No further information available.

DVCC
This displays the Digital Verification Color Code (an 8-bit code used to indicate that cochannel interfering data is not being decoded) from the DCCH. This value is obtained from
the Layer 3 on the F-BCCH in the Data record of the messaging.

E_BCCH_RCI
No further information available.

EbNo_1stBest
This attribute indicates the Eb/No of the best uplink leg, for all sectors in handoff with the
mobile. The Eb/No ratio has units of dB and is averaged over 100 frames.

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EbNo_2ndBest
This attribute indicates the Eb/No of the second best uplink leg, for all sectors in handoff with
the mobile. The Eb/No ratio has units of dB and is averaged over 100 frames.

EbNo_3rdBest
This attribute indicates the Eb/No of the third best uplink leg, for all sectors in handoff with the
mobile. The Eb/No ratio has units of dB and is averaged over 100 frames.

EbNo_4thBest
This attribute indicates the Eb/No of the fourth best uplink leg, for all sectors in handoff with
the mobile. The Eb/No ratio has units of dB and is averaged over 100 frames.

EbNo_5thBest
This attribute indicates the Eb/No of the fifth best uplink leg, for all sectors in handoff with the
mobile. The Eb/No ratio has units of dB and is averaged over 100 frames.

EbNo_6thBest
This attribute indicates the Eb/No of the sixth best uplink leg, for all sectors in handoff with the
mobile. The Eb/No ratio has units of dB and is averaged over 100 frames.

Ec_for_Nth_Best_Pilot_xx
The Ec of the xxth most powerful pilot signal measured by the scanner, where Ec is
calculated by adding Ec/Io and Io.

Ec_for_PN_xx
This attribute indicates the chip energy received for PN xx.

Ec_xx
No further information available.

EcIo_1stBest
This attribute indicates the best pilot Ec/Io among the locked rake receiver fingers (not the
searcher finger).

EcIo_2ndBest
This attribute indicates the second best pilot Ec/Io among the locked rake receiver fingers (not
the searcher finger).

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EcIo_3rdBest
This attribute indicates the third best pilot Ec/Io among the locked rake receiver fingers (not
the searcher finger).

EcIo_All_Pilots_xx
This attribute indicates the Ec/Io measured from the pilot channel with a PN offset of xx.

EcIo_Combined
This attribute indicates the combined Ec/Io for all locked PNs using the following formula:

Ec

Io

1 Ec
1 Ec
1 Ec

10 I o Finger 2
10 I o Finger 3
10 I o Finger1

= 10 log10 10
+ 10
+ 10

Combined

EcIo_for_Nth_Best_Pilot_xx
The Ec/Io of the xxth most powerful pilot signal measured by the scanner.

EcIo_for_PN_xx
This attribute contains the aggregate Ec/Io for the three most powerful multipath components
using the following equation:

Ec

Io

1 Ec
1 Ec
1 Ec

10 I o Finger 2
10 I o Finger 3
10 I o Finger1

= 10 log10 10
+ 10
+ 10

Combined

The Ec/Io is aggregated from locked finger data, searcher finger data, and Pilot Strength
Measurement messages. In the Workspace Explorer, the xx in the attribute name is replaced
by the PN offset.

EcIo_Max
This attribute indicates the maximum aggregate Ec/Io among all PNs.

EcIo_Pilot_Tone_xx
No further information available.

EcIo_Spread_for_PN_xx
This attribute indicates the difference between the Ec/Io of the first arriving multipath
component and the last arriving multipath component for PN xx.

EcIo_Threshold_Pilot_Scan
This attribute indicates the Ec/Io threshold used during the pilot scanning mode.

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EcIo_Threshold_Temporal_Scan
This attribute indicates the Ec/Io threshold used during the temporal scanning mode.

EcIo_Top_N_Pilots_xx
This attribute contains the Ec/Io of the xxth most powerful pilot signal measured by the
scanner.

EcIo_Zoomed_Pilots_xx
This attribute indicates the Ec/Io measured from the pilot channel with PN offset of xx. Only
pilot channels within the user-defined range of PN offset values are measured.

Encryption_Algorithm
Indicates the encryption algorithm being used by the RNC.

End Indication
No further information available.

EntryReason
This attribute contains the mode of operation for the mobile phone as follows:
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6

CDMA Operation
Normal CDMA operation
Continue previous operation
Enter off-line CDMA mode
Originate in CDMA mode
-

Analog Operation
Normal Analog operation
Digital to Analog Handoff
Originate Call in Analog Mode
Page response
Voice channel assignment
Continue previous operation
Enter off-line Analog Mode

Ericsson_Mtr_NborBCC_xx
No further information available.

Ericsson_Mtr_NborBCCH_xx
No further information available.

Ericsson_Mtr_NborBSIC_xx
No further information available.

Ericsson_Mtr_NborCellIdValid_xx
No further information available.

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Ericsson_Mtr_NborNCC_xx
No further information available.

Ericsson_Mtr_SCCDCause
No further information available.

Ericsson_Mtr_TerrestrialResourceFailureCause
No further information available.

EricssonMtr_AssignmentCause
No further information available.

EricssonMtr_BCCHAll
No further information available.

EricssonMtr_BlockingCause
No further information available.

EricssonMtr_CCExec
No further information available.

EricssonMtr_CnRef
No further information available.

EricssonMtr_ConnId
No further information available.

EricssonMtr_CseCd
No further information available.

EricssonMtr_DisconnectCause
No further information available.

EricssonMtr_GenCnt
No further information available.

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EricssonMtr_InfoStatus
No further information available.

EricssonMtr_InfoType
No further information available.

EricssonMtr_IntraCellHandoverReason
No further information available.

EricssonMtr_LocVal
No further information available.

EricssonMtr_MtrResNo
No further information available.

EricssonMtr_SCCPCause
No further information available.

EricssonMtr_sequenceNo
No further information available.

EricssonMtr_ServingCellInfoValid
No further information available.

EricssonMtr_TargetCellInfoValid
No further information available.

EricssonMtr_TrafficFunctionFailureCause
No further information available.

Err_SDU_Delivery
Indicates whether SDUs with detected errors shall be delivered or not. In case of unequal
error protection, the attribute is set per subflow.

ESN
The Electronic Serial Number is a 32-bit code that uniquely identifies a mobile station. Please
see IS-95 section 2.3.2 for more information.

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EventAssignmentFail
Contains geographically referenced points where a traffic channel/slot assignment failed.

EventAssignmentOK
Contains geographically referenced points where a traffic channel/slot was assigned.

EventCallCompleted
For GSM log files that contain air interface messaging, a Call Completed event is triggered if
the following criteria occur:

Outgoing Call Setup OK or Incoming Call Setup OK

Followed by RR: Channel Release with Cause=Normal

EventCallDropped
For GSM log files that contain air interface messaging, a Call Dropped event is triggered if the
following criteria occur:

Outgoing Call Setup OK or Incoming Call Setup OK

Not followed by RR: Channel Release with Cause=Normal

Followed by a transition to idle mode

EventCode
Code
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Meaning
Outgoing Call Setup OK
Outgoing Call Setup Failure
Incoming Call Setup OK
Incoming Call Setup Failure
Normal Termination
Abnormal Termination
Handover Complete
Handover Failure

EventDoneLoops
This attribute is set when ClearCall has completed its entire cycle of loops.

EventHandoverFail
Contains geographically referenced occurrences for all handoff failures.
For Grayson and compatible GSM log files, a handoff failure event is triggered if the following
sequence of messages occurs:

First Requirement: CC: Handover Command

Not Followed By: A transition to idle mode

Followed By: CC: Handover Failure

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EventHandoverOK
Contains geographically referenced occurrences of all successful handoff events.
For LCC GSM, it defines a successful handover and is obtained from the RR Handover
Complete message.
For Grayson GSM and compatible log files, a HandoffOK event is triggered if the following
occurs:

Requirement: CC: Handover Command

Not Followed By: A transition to idle mode

Followed By: CC: Handover Complete

EventIncomingCallOk
An incoming call initiation event is triggered if the following sequence of messages occurs:

DL CC: Setup

UL CC: Alerting

EventIncomingCallSetupFail
An incoming call setup failure is triggered if the following sequence of messages occurs:

CC: Setup

Followed by CC: Call Confirmed

Followed by a transition back to idle mode

EventLineDropped
This attribute is set whenever the active call is lost.

EventLocationUpdateOK
No further information available.

EventOutgoingCallOk
A successful mobile origination is triggered if the following requirements are met:

UL CC: Setup

DL CC: Alerting

EventOutgoingCallSetupFail
An outgoing initiation failure is triggered if the following sequence of messages occurs:

CC: Setup

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Not followed by CC: Call Confirmed

Followed by a transition back to idle mode

EventResultCode
This event is set with a value of the last error number when an unexpected event occurs.

EventStopFailure
This event is set whenever ClearCall operation is terminated abnormally through unforeseen
conditions.

EventStreamStart
No further information available.

EventSwitchAssignmentFail
The Switch Assignment Fail event.

EventSwitchAssignmentOk
The Switch Assignment OK event.

EventSwitchCallCompleted
The Switch Call Completed event.

EventSwitchCallDropped
The Switch Call Dropped event.

EventSwitchHandoverFail
The Switch Handover Fail event.

EventSwitchHandoverOK
The Switch Handover OK event.

EventSwitchIncomingCallOK
The Switch Incoming Call OK event.

EventSwitchIncomingCallSetupFail
The Switch Incoming Call Setup Fail event.

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EventSwitchInterBSCHandoverFail
The Switch InterBSC Handover Fail event.

EventSwitchInterBSCHandoverFailDuringAssignment
The Switch InterBSC Handover Fail During Assignment.

EventSwitchInterBSCHandoverOK
The Switch InterBSC Handover OK event.

EventSwitchInterBSCHandoverOKDuringAssignment
The Switch InterBSC Handover OK During Assignment event.

EventSwitchIntraBSCInterCellHandoverFail
The Switch IntraBSC-InterCell Handover Fail event.

EventSwitchIntraBSCInterCellHandoverFailDuringAssignment
The Switch IntraBSC-InterCell Handover Fail During Assignment event.

EventSwitchIntraBSCInterCellHandoverOK
The Switch IntraBSC-InterCell Handover OK event.

EventSwitchIntraBSCInterCellHandoverOKDuringAssignment
The Switch IntraBSC-InterCell Handover OK During Assignment event.

EventSwitchIntraCellHandoverFail
The Switch Intra-Cell Handover Fail event.

EventSwitchIntraCellHandoverOK
The Switch Intra-Cell Handover OK event.

EventSwitchOutgoingCallOK
The Switch Outgoing Call OK event.

EventSwitchOutgoingCallSetupFail
The Switch Outgoing Call Setup Fail event.

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EventUserStop
This event is set when ClearCall is terminated through user intervention.

F_BCCH_OLC
No further information available.

FACCH BER Level


Fast Associated Control Channel Bit Error Rate.

FACCH RSSI
Fast Associated Control Channel Received Signal Strength Indication.

FACCH_CurBER_Level
No further information available.

FACCH_CurBER_Level_by_Channel_xx
No further information available.

FACCH_CurChannel
No further information available.

FACCH_CurMaximumBER
This displays the maximum bit error rate related with the Fast Associated Control Channel.

FACCH_CurMinimumBER
This displays the minimum bit error rate related with the Fast Associated Control Channel
FACCH_CurRSSI.

FACCH_CurRSSI_by_Channel_xx
This displays the Received Signal for the respective channel, where xx represents the
channel number recorded on the FACCH Channel Quality Message.Neighbor Cell
Information.

FACCH_DTC_Handoff_Time_Alignment
No further information available.

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FACCH_Handoff_ATS
No further information available.

FACCH_Handoff_BSMC_Change_Indicator
No further information available.

FACCH_Handoff_DTX_Control
No further information available.

FACCH_Handoff_PV
No further information available.

FACCH_Handoff_ShortenedBurstIndicator
No further information available.

FACCH_Handoff_SOC_Change_Indicator
No further information available.

FACCH_Handoff_Time_Alignment
This indicates the Fast Associated Control Channel time alignment offset from the standard
offset reference that the test mobile has been assigned while in handoff.

FACCH_Number_of_Measurement_Channels
This displays the number of channels recorded on the FACCH Measurement Order Message
FACCH_RFChan_Nbr.

FACCH_RSSI_by_NbrRFChan_xx
Fast Associated Control Channel Received Signal Strength Indication.

FACCH_RSSI_Nbr_xx
Fast Associated Control Channel Received Signal Strength Indication.

Failed_Reassignment
Receipt of message:
iDEN Channel Quality Responses: Normal Mode Test Response - Channel Connection
Indication Failed Connection Attempt.

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FailedLoopsDone
This attribute stores the number of loops that unexpectedly failed to complete their cycle.

FERRVC
From the Digital Signal Strength Measurements message, the FERRVC is the frame erasure
rate, filtered, for the reverse voice channel from the present cell.

FFER Stats 100 frames


This attribute contains histogram data for forward link FER averaged over 100 frames. Please
see the attribute definition for ForFER_100Frames.

FFER Stats 1000 frames


This attribute contains histogram data for forward link FER averaged over 1000 frames.
Please see the attribute definition for ForFER_1000Frames.

FFER Stats 200 frames


This attribute contains histogram data for forward link FER averaged over 200 frames. Please
see the attribute definition for ForFER_200Frames.

FFER Stats 500 frames


This attribute contains histogram data for forward link FER averaged over 500 frames. Please
see the attribute definition for ForFER_500Frames.

File_Position
This indicates the file size in bytes over the duration of the data collection.

File_Type
No further information available.

FileAccessTime
No further information available.

FileCreateTime
No further information available.

FileLabel
This is the name of the logfile as it appears in the Workspace Explorer (that is, without an
extension).

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FileModifiedTime
No further information available.

FileName
This is the name of the logfile plus the file extension.

FilePathAndName
This is the full path to the logfile, including the logfile name and extension.

FileSize
No further information available.

FileVersion
No further information available.

First Delay_for_PN_xx
This attribute contains the chip delay of the first arriving multipath component for PN xx.

First_EcIo_for_PN_xx
This attribute contains the Ec/Io of the first arriving multipath component for PN xx.

FNE_Denied
Receipt of message:
iDEN Call Scenario Responses with a Service Stopped Cause: 8.
This can occur during Private Call, Call Alert, Telephone Interconnect, or Group Call
Responses.

For_BER
The Bit Error Rate as measured by the mobile and reported to the ECP. For_BER is obtained
from the HSOPL TDMA Locate Reply message.

For_FBER
This attribute contains the forward link frame burst error rate, which is calculated on full rate
Markov call frames. Frame burst errors are defined as x consecutive full rate frame errors,
where x is user defined in the CDMA tab of the Options window under the Tools menu in
Analyzer.
The formula is:

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BER%=(n/T)*100
where n is the number of error bursts which occurred in 100 frames, and T is the total number
of possible bursts (calculated as 100 divided by the burst packet size).

For_SignalStrength
The signal strength as measured by the mobile and reported to the ECP. For_SignalStength
is obtained from the HSOPL TDMA Locate Reply message.

ForFER_1000Frames
This attribute indicates the forward link Frame Error Rate averaged over 1000 frames. The
formula for calculating FER varies depending upon whether the call is a Markov call or a voice
call.

ForFER_100Frames
This attribute indicates the forward link frame error rate averaged over 100 frames. The
formula for calculating FER varies depending upon whether the call is a Markov call or a voice
call.

ForFER_200Frames
This attribute indicates the forward link Frame Error Rate averaged over 200 frames. The
formula for calculating FER varies depending upon whether the call is a Markov call or a voice
call.

ForFER_500Frames
This attribute indicates the forward link Frame Error Rate averaged over 500 frames. The
formula for calculating FER varies depending upon whether the call is a Markov call or a voice
call.

ForFER_FrameCount
No further information available.

ForMUX_Mode
This attribute contains the MUX value for forward link voice or Markov calls. The MUX value
indicates the type of frame expected for voice or Markov calls. Please see IS-95 or J-STD008 for more information.

ForVocoderRate
This attribute indicates the data rate of the mobile station vocoder on the forward link.

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Forward BER Stats


This attribute contains histogram data for forward link burst error rate averaged over 100
frames. Please see the attribute definition for For_FBER.

Forward_FCH_IsActive
No further information available.

Forward_SCH_NumberActiveChannels
No further information available.

Forward_SCH0_IsActive
No further information available.

Forward_SCH0_Rate
No further information available.

Forward_SCH1_IsActive
No further information available.

Forward_SCH1_Rate
No further information available.

ForwardFER
This attribute indicates the forward link frame error rate averaged over 100 frames. The
formula for calculating FER varies depending upon whether the call is a Markov call or a voice
call.

Frame_Counter_Reset
No further information available.

FreqencyList_in_FreqScanHead_xx
No further information available.

FREQERR
From the Digital Signal Strength Measurements message, the FREQERR is the frequency
error, filtered, for the reverse voice channel from the present cell.

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Frequency
This attribute indicates the carrier frequency for the PNs currently being measured.

FullyCompleteLoopsDone
This attribute stores the total number of loops that completed successfully during the
ClearCall session.

FundamentalFramesReceived
The number of fundamental frames received.

GenLock
No further information available.

GPRS - further information


Further information can be found in the following documents:
ETSI

GSM 08.18

ETSI

GSM 08.16

ETSI

GSM 04.08

ETSI

GSM 04.64

ETSI

GSM 04.65

These are available at: http://webapp.etsi.org/key/queryform.asp

GPRS_BSSGP_Bmax_Default_MS
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BSSGP_Bucket_Leak_Rate
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BSSGP_BVC_Bucket_Size
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BSSGP_BVC_Queuing_Delay
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BSSGP_Cause
The Cause information element indicates the reason for an exception condition.
See GPRS - further information.

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GPRS_BSSGP_CI
Cell identity.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BSSGP_DL_QoS_Precedence
Downlink Quality of Service Precedence.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BSSGP_Expected_Tlli
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BSSGP_Flush_Action
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BSSGP_Flush_BVCI_New
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BSSGP_Flush_BVCI_Old
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BSSGP_Flush_Octets_Affected
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BSSGP_Flush_Octets_Deleted
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BSSGP_LLC_Frames_Discarded
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BSSGP_MS_Bucket_Size
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BSSGP_Msg_Type
Base Station Subsystem GPRS Protocol message type.
See GPRS - further information.

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GPRS_BSSGP_NS_Bvci
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BSSGP_Old_CI
Old cell identifier.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BSSGP_PDU_Lifetime_Delay
This information element describes the Packet Data Unit Lifetime for a Packet Data Unit
inside the BSS. The Delay Value field is coded as in section GSM 08.18 BSSGP Virtual
Connection Measurement/Delay Value.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BSSGP_QoS_A_Bit
Quality of Service: the transmission mode to be used when transmitting the Logical Link
Control-Packet Data Unit across the radio interface.
Code

Radio interface uses this


functionality

RLC/MAC ARQ

RLC/MAC-UNITDATA

See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BSSGP_QoS_Peak_Bit_Rate
This is the Quality of Service peak bit rate.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BSSGP_QoS_PRECEDENCE
This is the Quality of Service precedence class.
Value

Coding

DLUNITDATA

UL-UNITDATA

000

High priority

Radio priority 1

001

Normal
priority

Radio priority 2

010

Low priority

Radio priority 3

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011

Reserved

Radio priority 4

100

Reserved

Radio priority
unknown

See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BSSGP_QoS_T_Bit
Quality of Service: the type of Base Station Subsystem GPRS Protocols Signalling Data Unit.
Code

The SDU contains

Signaling (for example, related


to GMM)

Data

See 'GPRS - further information'.

GPRS_BSSGP_R_Default_MS
See 'GPRS - further information'.

GPRS_BSSGP_RA_Cap_UPD_Cause
This RA-Cap-UPD-Cause indicates the success of the RA-CAPABILITY-UPDATE procedure
or the reason of the failure.
See 'GPRS - further information'.

GPRS_BSSGP_RadioCause
This information element indicates the reason for an exception condition on the radio
interface.
See 'GPRS - further information'.

GPRS_BSSGP_Tlli
MS Temporary Logical Link Identity.
See 'GPRS - further information'.

GPRS_BSSGP_TMSI
Temporary Mobile Subscriber Identity.
See 'GPRS - further information'.

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GPRS_BSSGP_UL_QoS_Peak_Bit_Rate
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BSSGP_UL_QoS_Precedence
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BVC_CI
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BVC_LAC
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BVC_MCC
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_BVC_MNC
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_Dir
GPRS message direction, UL or DL.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_Handset_ID
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_IP_DataLength
The data length of the IP session.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_IP_Dest_Address
The IP address fro the destination of the IP session.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_IP_Precedence
The IP session precedence.

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See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_IP_Protocol
The IP protocol used in the session.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_IP_Source_Address
The IP address for the source of the IP session.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_LAC
Location Area Code.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_LLC_FrameType
Logical Link Control Frame Type.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_LLC_InfoField_Length
Length of Logical Link Control information field.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_LLC_Msg_Type
Logical Link Control Message Type.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_LLC_Sapi
Logical link control layer service access point identifier.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MCC
Mobile Country Code.
See GPRS - further information.

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GPRS_MM_ACRefNumber
The purpose of the A & C Reference Number information element is to indicate to the network
(in the AUTHENTICATION AND CIPHERING RESPONSE message) which
AUTHENTICATION AND CIPHERING REQUEST message the Mobile Station is replying to.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_Allocatedd_P_TMSI
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_Attach_Time
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_AttachResult
The purpose of the attach result information element is to specify the result of a General
Packet Radio Service attach procedure.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_AttachType
The purpose of the attach type information element is to indicate the type of the requested
attachthat is, whether the Mobile Station wants to perform a General Packet Radio Service
or a combined General Packet Radio Service attach.
See 'GPRS - further information'.

GPRS_MM_DetachType
The purpose of the detach type information element is to indicate which type of detach is
requested by the Mobile Station. In the network to Mobile Station direction the detach type
information element is used to indicate the reason why a detach request is sent.
See 'GPRS - further information'.

GPRS_MM_GMM_Cause
The purpose of the GPRS Mobility Management Cause information element is to indicate the
reason why a GPRS Mobility Management request from the mobile station is rejected by the
network.
See 'GPRS - further information'.

GPRS_MM_GSM1800_MSRadioAccessCap_AccessTechnolog
yType
Information on the radio access capability of a MS.

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See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_GSM1800_MSRadioAccessCap_GPRSExtendedDy
namicAllocationCap
Information on the radio access capability of a MS.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_GSM1800_MSRadioAccessCap_GPRSMultiSlotCla
ss
Information on the radio access capability of a MS.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_GSM1800_MSRadioAccessCap_HSCSDMultiSlotCl
ass
Information on the radio access capability of a MS.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_GSM1800_MSRadioAccessCap_RFPowerCap
Information on the radio access capability of a MS.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_GSM1800_MSRadioAccessCap_SMSValue
Information on the radio access capability of a MS.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_GSM1800_MSRadioAccessCap_SMValue
Information on the radio access capability of a MS.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_GSM1900_MSRadioAccessCap_AccessTechnolog
yType
Information on the radio access capability of a MS.
See GPRS - further information.

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GPRS_MM_GSM1900_MSRadioAccessCap_GPRSExtendedDy
namicAllocationCap
Information on the radio access capability of a MS.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_GSM1900_MSRadioAccessCap_GPRSMultiSlotCla
ss
Information on the radio access capability of a MS.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_GSM1900_MSRadioAccessCap_HSCSDMultiSlotCl
ass
Information on the radio access capability of a MS.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_GSM1900_MSRadioAccessCap_RFPowerCap
Information on the radio access capability of a MS.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_GSM1900_MSRadioAccessCap_SMSValue
Information on the radio access capability of a MS.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_GSM1900_MSRadioAccessCap_SMValue
Information on the radio access capability of a MS.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_GSM900_MSRadioAccessCap_AccessTechnology
Type
Information on the radio access capability of a MS.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_GSM900_MSRadioAccessCap_GPRSExtendedDyn
amicAllocationCap
Information on the radio access capability of a MS.

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See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_GSM900_MSRadioAccessCap_GPRSMultiSlotClas
s
Information on the radio access capability of a MS.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_GSM900_MSRadioAccessCap_HSCSDMultiSlotCla
ss
Information on the radio access capability of a MS.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_GSM900_MSRadioAccessCap_RFPowerCap
Information on the radio access capability of a MS.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_GSM900_MSRadioAccessCap_SMSValue
Information on the radio access capability of a MS.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_GSM900_MSRadioAccessCap_SMValue
Information on the radio access capability of a MS.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_Msg_Type
Mobility Management message type.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_P_TMSI
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_P_TMSI_Signature
See GPRS - further information.

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GPRS_MM_Power_Off
Mobility Management Power off.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_TMSI_status
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_UpdateResult
The purpose of the update result information element is to specify the result of the associated
updating procedure.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MM_UpdateType
The purpose of the update type information element is to specify the area associated with the
updating procedure.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_MNC
Mobile Network Code.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_NS_Bvci
This information element is used for multiplexing BSS GPRS Protocol Virtual Connections on
Network Service-Virtual Connections.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_NS_Cause
Reason that a procedure was triggered or an abnormal condition on the Network Service
entity.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_NS_Msg_Type
Network Service Message Type.
See GPRS - further information.

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GPRS_NS_Nsei
Identifies one Network Service Entity.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_NS_Vci
Identifies one Network Service-Virtual Connection amongst all the Network Service-Virtual
Connections used between one SGSN and the connected BSS.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_OLD_LAC
Old Location Area Code.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_OLD_MCC
Old Mobile Country Code.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_OLD_MNC
Old Mobile Network Code.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_OLD_RAC
Old Routing Area Code.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_PDP_ID
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_Properties_CI_xx
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_Properties_LAC_xx
See GPRS - further information.

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GPRS_Properties_MM_Count_xx
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_Properties_SM_Count_xx
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_Prot_Discrim
Layer 3 message group code eg call control, mobility management.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_RAC
Routing Area Code.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_Session_ID
GPRS Session ID.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_SM_AADeactivationCause
The purpose of the AA deactivation cause information element is to indicate why the network
deactivated a AA PDP context.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_SM_LLC_Sapi
The purpose of the Logical Link Control service access point identifier information element is
to identify the service access point used for the GPRS data transfer at Logical Link Control
layer.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_SM_Msg_Type
Session Management message type.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_SM_PDP_Context_Time
See GPRS - further information.

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GPRS_SM_QoS_Delay_Class
Quality of Service delay.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_SM_QoS_Mean_Throughput
Quality of Service mean Throughput.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_SM_QoS_Peak_Throughput
Quality of Service Peak Throughput.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_SM_QoS_Precedence_Class
Quality of Service precedence.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_SM_QoS_Reliability_Class
Quality of Service reliability.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_SM_SMCause
The purpose of the SM Cause information element is to indicate the reason why a session
management request is rejected.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_SNDCP_Nsapi
This is the Network Layer Service Access Point Identifier.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_SNDCP_PDU_Type
The type of packet data unit.
See GPRS - further information.

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GPRS_XID_IOV_I
XID stands for Exchange Identification. This frame shall be used to negotiate and re-negotiate
Logical Link Control layer parameters and Layer 3 parameters. Exchange Identification
frames can be transmitted in Asynchronous Balanced Mode and Asynchronous Disconnected
Mode.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_XID_IOV_UI
XID stands for Exchange Identification. This frame shall be used to negotiate and re-negotiate
Logical Link Control layer parameters and Layer 3 parameters. Exchange Identification
frames can be transmitted in Asynchronous Balanced Mode and Asynchronous Disconnected
Mode.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_XID_kD
XID stands for Exchange Identification. This frame shall be used to negotiate and re-negotiate
Logical Link Control layer parameters and Layer 3 parameters. Exchange Identification
frames can be transmitted in Asynchronous Balanced Mode and Asynchronous Disconnected
Mode.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_XID_kU
XID stands for Exchange Identification. This frame shall be used to negotiate and re-negotiate
Logical Link Control layer parameters and Layer 3 parameters. Exchange Identification
frames can be transmitted in Asynchronous Balanced Mode and Asynchronous Disconnected
Mode.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_XID_mD
XID stands for Exchange Identification. This frame shall be used to negotiate and re-negotiate
Logical Link Control layer parameters and Layer 3 parameters. Exchange Identification
frames can be transmitted in Asynchronous Balanced Mode and Asynchronous Disconnected
Mode.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_XID_mU
XID stands for Exchange Identification. This frame shall be used to negotiate and re-negotiate
Logical Link Control layer parameters and Layer 3 parameters. Exchange Identification
frames can be transmitted in Asynchronous Balanced Mode and Asynchronous Disconnected
Mode.
See GPRS - further information.

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GPRS_XID_N200
XID stands for Exchange Identification. This frame shall be used to negotiate and re-negotiate
Logical Link Control layer parameters and Layer 3 parameters. Exchange Identification
frames can be transmitted in Asynchronous Balanced Mode and Asynchronous Disconnected
Mode.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_XID_N201_I
XID stands for Exchange Identification. This frame shall be used to negotiate and re-negotiate
Logical Link Control layer parameters and Layer 3 parameters. Exchange Identification
frames can be transmitted in Asynchronous Balanced Mode and Asynchronous Disconnected
Mode.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_XID_N201_U
XID stands for Exchange Identification. This frame shall be used to negotiate and re-negotiate
Logical Link Control layer parameters and Layer 3 parameters. Exchange Identification
frames can be transmitted in Asynchronous Balanced Mode and Asynchronous Disconnected
Mode.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_XID_T200
XID stands for Exchange Identification. This frame shall be used to negotiate and re-negotiate
Logical Link Control layer parameters and Layer 3 parameters. Exchange Identification
frames can be transmitted in Asynchronous Balanced Mode and Asynchronous Disconnected
Mode.
See GPRS - further information.

GPRS_XID_Version
XID stands for Exchange Identification. This frame shall be used to negotiate and re-negotiate
Logical Link Control layer parameters and Layer 3 parameters. Exchange Identification
frames can be transmitted in Asynchronous Balanced Mode and Asynchronous Disconnected
Mode.
See GPRS - further information.

GPS_Confidence
The GPS Confidence attribute contains a confidence metric, which is expressed as a
percentage and is calculated by dividing the number of satellites tracked by the number of
satellites required for lock.

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GPS_ConfidenceXInt
No further information available.

GPSLock
No further information available.

GPSSynch
No further information available.

GSM_FrameNumber
No further information available.

GSM_Message_Type
No further information available.

GSM_Um_Msg_Type
No further information available.

GSMAttempts
No further information available.

GSMCallEnd
Geographically referenced occurrences of call terminations. A GSM Call End event occurs
when:

CallEndResultCode=1

CallEndResultData=0

GSMCallEndResultCode
This displays a result code determined from the type of call termination that has occurred
according to the following table.
Type of Termination
Channel Release Message
Unexpected Phone Idle State
Unexpected Phone No Service State
Missing Channel Release Message

Result Code
1
2
3
4

GSMCallEndResultData
This displays the result data determined from the type of call termination that has occurred
according to the following table:

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Type of Termination
Channel Release Message
Normal Release
Abnormal Release, unspecified
Abnormal Release, channel unacceptable
Abnormal Release, timer expired
Abnormal Release, no activity on the radio path
Preemptive Release
Call Already Cleared
Invalid Message unspecified
Message type nonexistent or not implemented
Message type not compatible with control state
Invalid information element content
No cell allocation possible
Protocol Error, unspecified

Result Data
Result Code 1
0
1
2
3
4
5
65
95
97
98
100
101
111

GSMCallInitiation
Geographically referenced occurrences of call initiations. A GSM Call Initiation event occurs
when:

CallInitResultCode=1

GSMCallInitResultCode
This displays a result code determined from the type of call initiation that has occurred
according to the following table.
Type of Initiation
Connect Message (normal call result)
Immediate Assign Reject
Assignment Failure
CM Service Reject
Access Timeout

Result Code
1
2
3
4
5

GSMCallInitResultData
This displays result data determined from the type of call initiation that has occurred
according to the following table.
Type of Initiation
Assignment Failure
Normal Release
Abnormal Release, unspecified
Abnormal Release, channel unacceptable
Abnormal Release, timer expired
Abnormal Release, no activity on the radio path
Preemptive Release
Call Already Cleared
Invalid Message unspecified
Message type non-existent or not implemented
Message type not compatible with control state
Invalid information element content
No cell allocation available
Protocol Error, unspecified
CM Service Reject
Unallocated TMSI
IMSI unknown in HLR
Illegal MS
IMSI unknown in VLR
IMSI not accepted
Roaming not allowed
Network Failure
Congestion
Service not supported
Requested option not subscribed
Service option temporarily out of order
Call cannot be identified

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Result Code 3
0
1
2
3
4
5
65
95
97
98
100
101
111
Result Code 4
1
2
3
4
5
11
17
22
32
33
34
38

310

Invalid message, unspecified


Mandatory information element error
Message type non-existent or not implemented
Message not compatible with the call state or not implemented
Information element non-existent or not implemented
Invalid information element contents
Message not compatible with the call state
Protocol error, unspecified

95
96
97
98
99
100
101
111

GSMCallLink
Indicates if the call link is Uplink (0) or Downlink (1).

GSMCallProgress
Indicates the call progress on the test mobile.

GSMHsTestMode_AllowedNeighbors_xx
Specifies the neighbor Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Numbers allocated in test mode.

GSMHsTestMode_AllowedServCells_xx
Specifies the serving Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Numbers allocated in test mode.

GSMHsTestMode_CampOnARFCN
No further information available. Denotes the Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number the
mobile has been instructed to camp on during test mode.

GSMHsTestMode_DisableCellBar
Specifies the test mode status of disabling the Cell Bar bit. If Cell Bar suppression is enabled,
the MS will ignore the Cell Bar flags transmitted by BTSs on their BCCHs and camp on to the
best cell regardless.

GSMHsTestMode_DisableHandover
Specifies whether the test mode option to suppress handovers has been enabled.

GSMHsTestMode_DisablePathLoss
Specifies whether the test mode option to disable path loss criteria for cell reselection has
been enabled.

GSMHsTestMode_DTXMode
Specifies whether the test mode option to force DTX modes has been enabled.

GSMHsTestMode_FalseMeasure
Specifies the channel number currently selected for false measurement reporting.

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GSMHsTestMode_ForceMCN
GSMHsTestMode_InvertCellBar
Specifies whether the cell bar bit has been inverted. If Cell Bar operation is inverted then the
MS will ONLY camp on to cells that are barred.

GSMHsTestMode_NumAllowedNeighbours
Indicates the number of allowed neighbor cells specified during test mode.

GSMHsTestMode_NumAllowedServCells
Indicates the number of allowed serving cells specified during test mode.

GSMHsTestMode_PowerClass
Indicates the Power class of the mobile station set in test mode.

GSMHsTestMode_TestModeStatus
Indicates the status of whether test mode is activated.

Guaranteed_Bit_Rate
Indicates the maximum rate in bits per second delivered at a SAP within a period of time
(provided that there is data to deliver), divided by the duration of the period.

Handoff
Contains geographically referenced occurrences for all test mobile handoff events. A Handoff
event is triggered if the following sequence of requirements occur:

First Requirement: Channel Report: Channel X locked

Followed by: Channel Report: Channel Y locked.

Handoff_Details
This attribute contains the number of occurrences of the handoff messages and events.

Handoff Command Messages

Handoff Complete Messages

Handoff Failure Messages

Handoff Completed Events

Handoff Failure Events

Percent of Handoff Failures (%)

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Handoff_Fail
Indicates that an unsuccessful handoff occurred since the last measurement report.

Handoff_Interval
Handoff interval statistics include CDF and PDF data for the duration between consecutive
occurrences of reverse link handoff completion messages.

Handoff_Interval_Stats
This attribute contains histogram data for the interval between consecutive Handoff
Completion messages.

Handoff_OK
This attribute indicates that a successful handoff occurred since the last measurement report.

Handoff_Time_Stats
This attribute contains histogram data for the interval between Handoff Direction messages
and subsequent Handoff Completion messages.

HandoffCompletionTime
Event

HandoffInterval
This is the time between CDMA handoffs.

HandoffOccurred
This attribute indicates that a successful handoff occurred since the last measurement report.

HandoffOK
This attribute indicates failed handoff attempts for mobiles handing off within the same carrier
of a CDMA system. This attribute is triggered by the following sequence of messages:

Extended Handoff Direction message

Followed by a Handoff Completion message

HandoffOk_UL
This attribute indicates that a successful handoff occurred since the last measurement report.

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HandoffStartTime
Event

HandoffState
This attribute indicates the handoff state of the mobile as follows:
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Handoff State
Unknown
Simplex (not in handoff)
Softer
Soft
Softer-Softer
Softer-Soft
Soft-Soft
4-Way Soft
5-Way Soft
6-Way Soft
Hard Handoff

HandoffTime
This is the time (in milliseconds) between an Extended or a General Handoff Direction
message, and a Reverse Traffic Channel Handoff completion.

HandOver_Complete
Receipt of message:
iDEN Channel Quality Responses: Normal Mode Test Response - Handover Success

Handover_Details
This attribute contains the number of occurrences of the handoff messages and events.

Handoff Command Messages

Handoff Complete Messages

Handoff Failure Messages

Handoff Completed Events

Handoff Failure Events

HandOver_Failure
Receipt of message:
iDEN Channel Quality Responses: Normal Mode Test Response - Handover Failure
Transmitted.

Handover_Interval_Time_Stats
The Handover Interval Stats attribute contains a histogram of the time interval between a
RR:Handover Complete and the next RR:Handover Complete message.

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Handover_Time_Stats
The Handover Time Stats attribute contains a PDF of the duration of handover, defined as the
time between RR:Handover Command and RR:Handover Complete messages.

HandoverCandidateCI_xx
No further information available.

HandoverCandidateCT_xx
No further information available.

HandoverCandidateKCause_xx
No further information available.

HandoverCandidateKVal_xx
No further information available.

HandoverCandidateLAC_xx
No further information available.

HandoverCandidateLVal_xx
No further information available.

HandoverCandidateMCC_xx
No further information available.

HandoverCandidateMNC_xx
No further information available.

HandoverCandidateNum
No further information available.

HandoverCandidateRV_xx
No further information available.

HandoverCandidateValueCause
No further information available.

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HandoverDuration
No further information available.

HandoverInterval
No further information available.

Handset_State:_Call_Release (DTC)
No further information available.

Handset_State:_Registration
No further information available.

HandsetMode
This indicates the status of the handset per the table below:
Value
0
1
2
3

Status
No Service
Idle
Dedicated SDCCH connection
In Call (in receipt of a CC:Connect Acknowledge message)

HardHandoffDirected
No further information available.

HardHandoffFail
This attribute indicates failed hard handoff attempts for mobiles handing off between carriers
of a CDMA system.

HardHandoffOk
This attribute indicates successful hard handoff attempts for mobiles handing off between
carriers of a CDMA system.

Heading
This attribute contains the direction of travel of the measurement equipment in terms of
clockwise degrees from North.

HsCmdAcceptIncomingCall
No further information available.

HsCmdCallActive
No further information available.

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HsCmdCallAttempt
No further information available.

HsCmdCallType
No further information available.

HsCmdHangup
No further information available.

HsCmdNumberDialled
No further information available.

HyperbandList_in_FreqScanHead_xx
No further information available.

Hyperframe_Counter
This displays the Hyperframe Counter and is obtained from the Layer 3 messages on the FBCCH in the Data record of the TEMS log file.

iDEN_Call_Type
0

Call Completed Successfully

Call Origination Failure

Call Dropped

System Busy

FNE Denied

iDEN_Channel_Connection_Code
No further information available.

iDEN_Channel_Type
This indicates the current channel type serving the mobile.
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6

Meaning
PCCH
CCCH
TCCH
DCCH
TCH
PCH
SCCH

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iDEN_Message_Type
No further information available.

iDEN_NborBSCC [x]
This identifies the Color Code of the Neighbor reported in position x of the neighbor list.

iDEN_NborCarrier [x]
This identifies the Carrier Number of the Neighbor reported in position x of the neighbor list.

iDEN_NborNum
This indicates the number of unique neighbor cells that are currently being reported by the
mobile. The number ranges from 0 to 15.

iDEN_NborRSSI [x]
This identifies the Received Signal Strength Indication measured for the Neighbor reported in
position x of the neighbor list.

iDEN_NborRSSI_by_Carrier [x]
This identifies the Received Signal Strength Indication reported by the mobile when
measuring a neighbor on the channel with Carrier Number x.

iDEN_NborSQE_by_Carrier [x]
This identifies the Signal Quality Estimate reported by the mobile when measuring a neighbor
on the channel with Carrier Number x.

iDEN_Service_Stopped_Cause
No further information available.

iDEN_Service_Type
No further information available.

iDEN_Sub_Code
No further information available.

Idle_DCC_DVCC
This displays the Digital Color Code / Digital Verification Color Code (an 8 bit code used to
indicate that co-channel interfering data is not being decoded) of the serving channel. This
message is obtained from the Idle Mode Report in the Data record of the TEMS log file.

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Idle_MRLQ
This indicates the Monitoring Radio Link Quality, which is a number from 1 to 10. This
message is obtained from the Idle Mode Report in the Data record of the TEMS log file.

Idle_Nbor_Channel_xx
The neighbor channel.

Idle_Nbor_HyperBand_xx
This displays the associated band (800 MHz, 1900 MHz) of the Nth neighbor recorded by the
mobile, when in idle mode, where N is the order (1, 2, 3, and so on.) in which the neighbor is
recorded. This message is obtained from the Idle Mode Report in the Data record of the
TEMS log file. When the Hyperband is on 800 MHz, it assigned a value of 0 and when it is on
1900 it is assigned a value of 1in Analyzer.

Idle_Nbor_RSSI_by_Channel_xx
This displays the Received Signal Strength Indication for the respective neighbor channel,
where XX represents the channel number, in the idle mode.

Idle_Nbor_RSSI_xx
This displays the Received Signal Strength Indication for the respective neighbor channel,
where XX represents the channel number, in the idle mode.

Idle_NumberOfNbors
This displays the number of neighbor channels that are scanned and reported by the mobile,
which can be considered for selection, when in idle mode.

Idle_RTC
This displays the Reselection Trigger Conditions. This message is obtained from the Idle
Mode Report in the Data record of the TEMS log file.
The following table defines the value of the RTC:
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Reselection Trigger Conditions


None
Radio link failure declared
Cell barred
Server degradation condition
Directed retry conditions exists
Service offering
Periodic evaluation condition
Priority system condition

Idle_TS
This displays the assigned Time Slots for the DCCH. This message is obtained from the Idle
Mode Report in the Data record of the TEMS log file.
The following table defines the value of the assigned Time Slots:

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Value
0
1
2
3
11
12
13
14
15
16

Time Slot
Analog
Slot 1 and 4
Slot 2 and 5
Slot 3 and 6
Slot 1
Slot 2
Slot 3
Slot 4
Slot 5
Slot 6

IdleCell_BER
This displays the Bit Error Rate recorded by the mobile when in idle mode for the serving
channel. This message is obtained from the Idle Mode Report in the Data record of the TEMS
log file.

IdleCell_BER_by_Channel_xx
This displays the Bit Error Rate by channel recorded by the mobile when in idle mode. This
message is obtained from the Idle Mode Report in the Data record of the TEMS log file.

IdleCell_Channel
This displays the best available channel (DCCH) scanned (locked) by the mobile when in idle
state. This message is obtained from the Idle Mode Report in the Data record of the TEMS
log file.

IdleCell_Hyperband
This displays the band (800 MHz, 1900 MHz) the system is one when in idle mode. This
message is obtained from the Idle Mode Report in the Data record of the TEMS log file. When
the Hyperband is on 800 MHz, it assigned a value of 0 and when it is on 1900 it is assigned a
value of 1in Analyzer.

IdleCell_SignalStrength
This displays the signal strength (dBm), of the serving control channel recorded by the mobile
in idle state. This message is obtained from the Idle Mode Report in the Data record of the
TEMS log file.

IdleCell_SignalStrength_by_Channel_xx
This displays the signal strength (dBm) by channel, recorded by the mobile in idle state. This
message is obtained from the Idle Mode Report in the Data record of the TEMS log file.

IdleCell_WER
This displays the WER of the serving control channel recorded by the mobile in idle state.
This message is obtained from the Idle Mode Report in the Data record of the TEMS log file.

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IdleCell_WER_by_Channel_xx
This displays the WER by channel, recorded by the mobile in idle state. This message is
obtained from the Idle Mode Report in the Data record of the TEMS log file.

IdleError_FACCH
This displays the values associated with the FACCH. This message is obtained from the Idle
Mode Report in the Data record of the TEMS log file.

IdleError_Freq
This displays the values associated with the frequency correction in the mobile. This message
is obtained from the Idle Mode Report in the Data record of the TEMS log file.

IdleError_UCH
This displays the values associated with the UCH. This message is obtained from the Idle
Mode Report in the Data record of the TEMS log file.

IdleFramesReceived
The number of idle frames received.

IdleFramesTransmitted
No further information available.

IdleMode_ColorCode
Color code when the phone is in idle mode. Currently set from the raw measurement data
message from FTA file.

IdleMode_ServingChannelNumber
Serving channel number when the phone is in idle mode. Currently set from the raw
measurement data message from FTA files.

IE_id
Information Element ID.

Incoming Call Setup Time Stats


The Incoming Call Setup Time Stats attribute contains histogram data for the time interval
between RR:Immediate Assignment and CC:Connect messages.
This attribute contains histogram data for the interval between the PAG: GENERAL PAGE
and REV: SERVICE CONNECT COMPLETION messages.

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Incoming_Call_Setup
The Incoming Call Setup event.

Incoming_Call_Setup_Fail
The Incoming Call Setup Fail event.

IncomingCallFail
This attribute indicates failed incoming call attempts triggered by the following sequence of
messages:

General Page message

Not followed by a Service Connect Completion

Followed by a General Page message or a transition back to Idle mode

IncomingCallOK
This attribute indicates successful incoming call initiations triggered by the following sequence
of messages:

General Page message

Followed by a either a Service Connect or Service Connect Completion message

Io
This attribute contains the total power measured in the 1.2288 MHz CDMA channel averaged
over the entire short code period (26.7 ms) including both desired and interfering signals.

Io_All_Pilots
This attribute contains the total power measured in the 1.2288 MHz CDMA channel averaged
over the entire short code period (26.7 ms) including both desired and interfering signals.

Io_for_PN_xx
This attribute indicates the total power received for PN xx.

Io_Pilot_Tone
No further information available.

Io_Top_N_Pilots
This attribute contains the total power measured in the 1.2288 MHz CDMA channel averaged
over the entire short code period (26.7 ms) including both desired and interfering signals.

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Io_Zoomed_Pilots
This attribute contains the total power measured in the 1.2288 MHz CDMA channel averaged
over a subset of the short code period including both desired and interfering signals. The
subset of short code is determined by the PN scanners zoom settings.

IP_Delay
See 'GPRS - further information'.

IP_DestinationAddressDL
See 'GPRS - further information'.

IP_DestinationAddressUL
See 'GPRS - further information'.

IP_FragmentOffset
See 'GPRS - further information'.

IP_FrameLength
See 'GPRS - further information'.

IP_FrameLengthFULL
See 'GPRS - further information'.

IP_Header_Checksum
See 'GPRS - further information'.

IP_HeaderLength
See 'GPRS - further information'.

IP_Identification
See 'GPRS - further information'.

IP_LastFragment
See 'GPRS - further information'.

IP_MayFragment
See 'GPRS - further information'.

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IP_PayloadLength
See GPRS - further information.

IP_Precedence
See GPRS - further information.

IP_Protocol
See GPRS - further information.

IP_Reliability
See GPRS - further information.

IP_SourceAddressDL
See GPRS - further information.

IP_SourceAddressUL
See GPRS - further information.

IP_Throughput
See GPRS - further information.

IP_ThroughputDOWNLINK
See GPRS - further information.

IP_ThroughputUPLINK
See GPRS - further information.

IP_Time2Live
See GPRS - further information.

IP_Version
See GPRS - further information.

IRA_Encoding
No further information available.

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IS136_BER
Bit Error Rate.

IS136_RSSI
Received Signal Strength Indication.

IS136_Timing_Advance
Timing Advance.

IS1362AMPS_HandoffFail
No further information available.

IS1362AMPS_HandoffOk
No further information available.

IS136Attempts
No further information available.

IS136CallEnd
Contains geographically referenced occurrences for all test mobile call termination events. An
IS136 Call End event occurs when:

CallEndResultCode=1

CallEndResultData=1

IS136CallEndResultCode
This displays a result code determined from the type of call termination that has occurred
according to the following table:
Type of Termination
Normal End
Dropped calls (Mobile answered calls)
Base Release (Mobile answered calls)
Dropped calls (Mobile dialed calls)
Base Release (Mobile dialed calls)

Result Code
1
2
3
4
5

IS136CallEndResultData
This displays the result data determined from the type of call termination that has occurred
according to the following table.
Type of Termination
Dropped Calls (Mobile answered calls)
Unexpected Phone Idle State
Unexpected Phone No Service State
Dropped Calls (Mobile dialed calls)

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1
2
Result Code 4

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Unexpected phone Idle State


Unexpected Phone No Service State

1
2

IS136CallInitiation
Contains geographically referenced occurrences for all test mobile call initiation events. An
IS136 Call Initiation event occurs when:

CallInitResultCode=2

IS136CallInitResultCode
This displays a result code determined from the type of call initiation that has occurred
according to the following table.
Type of Initiation
A/D Conversion State (normal call result)
Call Failure

Result Code
2
6

IS136CallInitResultData
This displays the result data determined from the type of call initiation that has occurred
according to the following table.
Type of Initiation
Call Failure
Reorder Order
Intercept Order
Unexpected Phone Idle State
Unexpected Phone No Service State
Access Timeout

Result Data
Result Code 6
1
2
3
4
5

IS136CallLink
This indicates whether the current link is Uplink (0) or Downlink (1).

IS136CallProgress
No further information available.

IsAnalog
Event

IsServer
Set if ClearCall was running in Server mode.

Iu_Signalling_Connection_ID
The Iu Signalling Connection Identifier information element contains an Iu signalling
connection identifier which is allocated by the CN, and which the RNC is required to store and
remember for the duration of the Iu connection.

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Key_status
Indicates if the keys included in SECURITY MODE COMMAND message are new or if the
have been used previously.

LAC
Location Area Code.

Last_Delay_for_PN_xx
This attribute contains the chip delay of the last arriving multipath component for PN xx.

LastRoundTripTime
No further information available.

Latitude
The Latitude attribute contains the estimated latitude of the drive test vehicle for all bins along
the drive test route.

LatitudeXInt
No further information available.

LCC_AQS
This indicates the value of the audio quality score as measured by AurystTM. It ranges from 15 with 0 for no measurements available.

LCC_AudioVoiceLevel
This indicates the value of the audio volume level as measured by AurystTM in millivolts.

LCC_CallMode
Channel Status
CALL
IDLE
NO SERVICE

Meaning
Data or voice transmission in progress
No call in progress
Cannot find a Control Channel

LCC_CDMA_ActvCount
Active Member Count the number of members in the Active Set (the set of pilots containing
Forward Traffic Channels assigned to a mobile station). A value from 1 to 6.

LCC_CDMA_AngRSSI
No further information available.

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LCC_CDMA_AngSCC
SCC (Analog) the Supervisory Audio Tone (SAT) Color Code. A value of 3 indicates that no
SAT is detected.

LCC_CDMA_AngTXPwr
The transmit power.

LCC_CDMA_CMPDate
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_Delta1
Delay1 Time, from 1 to 255 sec. The time delay of Finger 2 with respect to the reference
finger. This value may change every 20 msec.

LCC_CDMA_Delta2
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_DiagVer
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_ESN
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_FrmOffset
Frame Offset, a time-skewing of Traffic Channel frames from System Time, in integer
multiples of 1.25 msec. The maximum frame offset is 18.75 msec.

LCC_CDMA_FVC0Rate
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_FVC14Rate
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_FVC15Rate
No further information available.

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LCC_CDMA_FVC1Rate
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_FVC2Rate
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_FVC3Rate
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_FVC4Rate
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_HOData
Handoff data.

LCC_CDMA_HOType
Handoff Type (Analog or Digital).

LCC_CDMA_L3ChCount
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_L3Msg
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_L3Type
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_MarkovRate
Markov Voc Rate the Markov vocoder rate. This parameter may change every 20 msec.

LCC_CDMA_Min1Info
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_Min2Info
No further information available.

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LCC_CDMA_MinPoint
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_PN1RSSI
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_PN2RSSI
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_PN3RSSI
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_Rate1Err
Markov Qtr FER - the percentage of bad quarter rate frames in a total of 300 frames.

LCC_CDMA_Rate2Err
Markov Hlf FER the percentage of bad half rate frames in a total of 300 frames.

LCC_CDMA_Rate4Err
Markov Full FER the percentage of bad full rate frames in a total of 300 frames.

LCC_CDMA_Rate8Err
Markov 8th FER the percentage of eighth rate frames over a number of frames on the
forward traffic channel.

LCC_CDMA_RefFing1
Delay RefFinger, from 0 to 511. The PN Offset of the base station that the reference finger
(Finger 1) is locked onto. This value may change every 20 msec.

LCC_CDMA_RefFing2
The PN Offset of the base station that Finger 2 is locked onto.

LCC_CDMA_RelDate
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_RVC0Rate
No further information available.

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LCC_CDMA_RVC15Rate
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_RVC1Rate
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_RVC2Rate
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_RVC3Rate
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_RVC4Rate
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_RXPwr
RxPwr the Received Power to the mobile station, measured in dBm.

LCC_CDMA_SCM
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_TotalErr
Markov Total Error Rate the percentage of bad frames in a total of 300 frames.

LCC_CDMA_TXAdj
TX Gain Adj, from -64 to +64 dB. The average transmit gain adjustment over 100 frames.
This parameter is updated every 2 seconds.

LCC_CDMA_TXPwr
Tx Power the Transmit Power from the mobile station, measured in dBm.

LCC_CDMA_VerDate
No further information available.

LCC_CDMA_VocMajRev
No further information available.

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LCC_CDMA_VocMinRev
No further information available.

LCC_channel
Server Channel (number of the channel currently serving the call).

LCC_channel_type
Type
0
1
2
3

Meaning
BM + ACCH - traffic channel for full voice coding and Associated Control Channels
LM + ACCH - traffic channel for half-rate voice coding and ACC
Stand alone Dedicated Control Channel/4
Stand alone Dedicated Control Channel/8.

LCC_color_code
Commanded DCC (Digital Verification Color Code, sent from the base station as an
instruction to the mobile).

LCC_color_code_by_chan_xx
Digital Color Code, a number from 0 to 3, sent from a base station on a forward analog
control channel and used to detect capture of a base station by an interfering mobile.

LCC_DCC
Digital Verification Color Code, sent from the base station as an instruction to the mobile.

LCC_direction
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_AccessOverloadClass
Access Class n: (n = 0 - 15).

LCC_IS136_auth_capab
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_BandChanPrimary
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_BandChanSecondary
No further information available.

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LCC_IS136_BitErrors
Raw Bit Error Count - the Raw Bit Error Rate, a percentage measured over the most recent
two-second period of measurement.

LCC_IS136_CoClBChan_xx
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_CoClRSSI_xx
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_CoClSAT_xx
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_cpa
Combined Paging and Access channels.

LCC_IS136_digi_capab
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_dmac
Digital Mobile Attenuation Code, used by the base station to specify a maximum power level
for a mobile transmitting on a reverse channel.

LCC_IS136_dtx
DTX a mode of operation which allows a mobile transmitter to autonomously switch to a low
power level during a call when there is no voice activity, and then back to the normal transmit
power levels when voice activity resumes (enabled or disabled).

LCC_IS136_dvcc
Digital Verification Color Code.

LCC_IS136_EsnSrlNum
Extended Addressing Extended Address Flag, indicating that the MIN2 value (area code)
must be included in messages from the mobile to base station.

LCC_IS136_ext_address
No further information available.

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LCC_IS136_ext_protocol
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_ExtAddr
Extended Addressing this is the Extended Address Flag, indicating that the MIN2 value
(area code) must be included in messages from the mobile to base station.

LCC_IS136_FACCHErrors
FACCH Frame Errors - Fast Associated Control Channel errors over the most recent twosecond period of measurement.

LCC_IS136_fade
Fade Timing Status, enabled or disabled.

LCC_IS136_GroupIdMark
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_HandoffType
Handoff Type (Analog or Digital).

LCC_IS136_home_reg
Home Registration Flag.

LCC_IS136_HomeSID
System Identification (SID) for the Home System.

LCC_IS136_HWVer
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_IntMSID
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_LCC_Bchan
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_LCC_Rssi
Received Signal Strength Indication.

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LCC_IS136_LCCIS136BER
Bit Error Rate.

LCC_IS136_maho_ber
MAHO_BER Mobile Assisted Handoff bit error rate for the server channel.

LCC_IS136_maho_rssi
MAHO_RSSI Mobile Assisted Handoff on, the measurements of signal strength of specified
channels by the mobile, sent to the base station.

LCC_IS136_meas_rssi
Received Signal Strength Indication.

LCC_IS136_MfrCode
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_Modes
Phone Modes which include Idle-Digital, Call-Digital, Idle-Analog, Call-Analog, Page Error,
Scan and CCSel.

LCC_IS136_MRLQ
Monitoring Radio Link Quality, an integer from 0 - 10.

LCC_IS136_Nb_Channel_xx
Best Neighbor Channel (channel number of the neighbor to the site in use with the best signal
strength).

LCC_IS136_Nb_RSSI_xx
Best Neighbor RSSI (RSSI of the neighbor to the site in use with the best signal strength).

LCC_IS136_NbBChan_xx
Neighbor n Channel the channel numbers of the 24 neighbors to the site in use, where n is
in the strength order of all the sites neighbors.

LCC_IS136_NbBER_xx
Neighbor Bit Error Rate.

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LCC_IS136_NbCount
Neighbor Cell Count- this is the number of neighbor cells for the Follow channels cell (0 - 24).

LCC_IS136_NbRSSI_xx
Neighbor n RSSI the RSSI of the 24 neighbors to the site in use where n is in the strength
order of all the sites neighbors.

LCC_IS136_npagechans
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_PagingFrameClass
Current PF class of the mobile station, an integer from 1 to 8.

LCC_IS136_ph_dvcc
Digital Verification Color Code.

LCC_IS136_rate
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_readctlflr
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_ReselTrigCause
Reselect Trigger Cause (Idle mode only) - reason for reselection (handoff):
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6

Reason
None
Radio Link Failure
Cell Barred
Candidate Eligibility Filter
Directed Retry
Service Offering
Periodic Scan

LCC_IS136_roam_reg
Roam Register Flag, read at power up, or from the system parameters broadcast by the base
station on entry to a new system.

LCC_IS136_sbi
Shortened Burst Indication, either YES or NO.

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LCC_IS136_ScanRSSI_xx
Scanner Received Signal Strength Indication.

LCC_IS136_scc
SCC (Analog) - Supervisory Audio Tone (SAT) Color Code. A value of 3 indicates that no
SAT is detected.

LCC_IS136_sdcc1
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_sdcc2
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_serial_num
SerialNo (Serial Number) a seven-digit number assigned to the mobile station.

LCC_IS136_ServiceAspectsDet
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_SignalStrengthAspectDet
Server Aspect Determination the phone procedure to determine whether a DCCH is a
suitable candidate for camping, based on service criteria.

LCC_IS136_SiteName
Short Site Name the abbreviated name of the site to which the serving channel is assigned.

LCC_IS136_StationClassMark
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_SuperFramePhase
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_sysid
System Identification (SID) for the Home System.

LCC_IS136_TemsVer
No further information available.

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LCC_IS136_time_align
No further information available.

LCC_IS136_UCHErrors
User Channel Frame Errors the count of user-channel error frames, taken over the most
recent two-second period of measurement.

LCC_IS136_vmac
Voice Mobile Attenuation Code, used by the base station to establish an initial power level to
the mobile at assignment of a voice or traffic channel.

LCC_Marker
This indicates the value of a marker attribute that may optionally be input by drive staff to note
locations of importance (non-GSM parameter).

LCC_MeasSat
Commanded SAT (SAT sent from the base station as an instruction to the mobile).

LCC_PhonePower
MsPower ( the power level transmitted by the handset).

LCC_PhoneRSSI
Phone Measured RSSI (signal strength of the channel used by the mobile phone).

LCC_PhoneSat
Phone Measured SAT (SAT used by the mobile phone).

LCC_RawBER
Raw bit error rate over the last second, as a percentage.

LCC_receiver_type
No further information available.

LCC_signal_strength
No further information available.

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LCC_signal_strength_by_chan_xx
No further information available.

LCC_SINAD
Signal, noise and distortion ratio value of the serving channel in dB.

LCC_TimeOffset
No further information available.

LCC_Timeslot
No further information available.

LLC_CommandResponse
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_FrameType
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_I_S_Ack
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_I_S_BitmapLength
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_I_S_NR
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_I_S_NS
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_I_S_Supervision
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_PayloadLength_octets
See GPRS - further information.

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LLC_SAPI
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_ThroughputDOWNLINK
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_ThroughputUPLINK
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_U_FRMR_CR2
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_U_FRMR_VR
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_U_FRMR_VS
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_U_FRMR_W1
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_U_FRMR_W2
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_U_FRMR_W3
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_U_FRMR_W4
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_U_Subtype
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_U_XID_IOV_I
See GPRS - further information.

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LLC_U_XID_IOV_UI
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_U_XID_kD
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_U_XID_kU
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_U_XID_mD
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_U_XID_mU
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_U_XID_N200
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_U_XID_N201_I
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_U_XID_N201_U
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_U_XID_T200
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_U_XID_Version
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_UI_Encryption
See GPRS - further information.

LLC_UI_NU
See GPRS - further information.

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LLC_UI_Protected
See GPRS - further information.

LocalNoise_Interference
No further information available.

Location Update Details

Location Update Request Messages

Location Update Accept Messages

Location Update Reject Messages

Location Update Complete Events

Location Update Failure Events

Location Update Time Stats


The Location Update Stats attribute contains a histogram of the time interval between location
update events.

LocationAreaID
This attribute indicates the location area identifier for the mobile station. Please see IS-95
section 2.3.4.2 for more information.

LocationUpdatingType
No further information available.

LogFileBaseName
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

LogFileType
This attribute is no longer used in the ClearCall file format.

Longitude
The longitude attribute contains the estimated longitude of the drive test vehicle for all bins
along the drive test route.

LongitudeXInt
No further information available.

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Low_battery_alarm
No further information available.

LucentRFT_CellSending
The cell sending the message. In a locate request message, the cells field contains all cells
included in the call trace session.

LucentRFT_FileVersion
A number indicating the type of call trace message:
Number
1
2
3, 6
7
8
9
10
15
16

Message
Locate request
Stop message
3 or 6 sector cell locate reply
HSOPL cell analog mode locate reply
HSOPL cell TDMA mode locate reply
Group 1 Neighbor List data
MAHO List data
CDMA RF Call Trace Request
CDMA RF Call Trace Reply

LucentRFT_OptionX
A hexadecimal value indicating whether the data is valid:
Value
0x00
0x01
0x02
0x04
0x08
0x10
0x20
0x40
0x80

Meaning
Data not valid error
Some data may be valid
All data collected and valid
Mobile HOTRIG data missing
Mobile PARMS data missing
Primary CE data missing
Secondary #1 CE data missing
Secondary #2 CE data missing
RFCT received not TALK state

LucentRFT_Valid
Flag indicating whether the data is valid:
0 or _
1

Valid
Invalid

LucentRFT_XXX_Cells
No further information available.

MACA_Status
No further information available.

MACA_Type
No further information available.

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Markov FER
The following formula is valid for both rate set 1 and rate set 2; however, the counters ending
in RFL are not applicable for rate set 2.
FER = 100 * [ 1 - (G / N) ]

where N is the total number of Markov frames of all rates:


N= MSO_E1_R1 + MSO_E1_R2 + MSO_E1_R4 + MSO_E1_R8 + MSO_E1_RFL + MSO_E1_RE +
MSO_E1_RERR + MSO_E4_R1 + MSO_E4_R2 + MSO_E4_R4 + MSO_E4_R8 + MSO_E4_RFL +
MSO_E4_RE + MSO_E4_RERR + MSO_E4_R1 + MSO_E4_R2 + MSO_E4_R4 + MSO_E4_R8 +
MSO_E4_RFL + MSO_E4_RE + MSO_E4_RERR + MSO_E8_R1 + MSO_E8_R2 + MSO_E8_R4 +
MSO_E8_R8 + MSO_E8_RFL + MSO_E8_RE + MSO_E8_RERR

and G is the number of good frames of all rates:


G = MSO_E1_R1+ MSO_E2_R2+ MSO_E4_R4+ MSO_E8_R8

The counters used to define N and G are defined as follows:


Markov Frame Counter
MSO_E1_R1
MSO_E1_R2
MSO_E1_R4
MSO_E1_R8
MSO_E1_RFL
MSO_E1_RE
MSO_E1_RERR
MSO_E2_R1
MSO_E2_R2
MSO_E2_R4
MSO_E2_R8
MSO_E2_RFL
MSO_E2_RE
MSO_E2_RERR
MSO_E4_R1
MSO_E4_R2
MSO_E4_R4
MSO_E4_R8
MSO_E4_RFL
MSO_E4_RE
MSO_E4_RERR
MSO_E8_R1
MSO_E8_R2
MSO_E8_R4
MSO_E8_R8
MSO_E8_RFL
MSO_E8_RE
MSO_E8_RERR

Expected Rate
Full
Full
Full
Full
Full
Full
Full
Half
Half
Half
Half
Half
Half
Half
Quarter
Quarter
Quarter
Quarter
Quarter
Quarter
Quarter
Eighth
Eighth
Eighth
Eighth
Eighth
Eighth
Eighth

Actual Rate
Full Primary Only
Half Primary Only
Quarter Primary Only
Eighth Primary Only
Full Rate Likely w/errors
Frame Quality Insufficient
Full Primary Only
Full Primary Only
Half Primary Only
Quarter Primary Only
Eighth Primary Only
Full Rate Likely w/errors
Frame Quality Insufficient
Half Primary Only
Full Primary Only
Half Primary Only
Quarter Primary Only
Eighth Primary Only
Full Rate Likely w/errors
Frame Quality Insufficient
Quarter Primary Only
Full Primary Only
Half Primary Only
Quarter Primary Only
Eighth Primary Only
Full Rate Likely w/errors
Frame Quality Insufficient
Full Primary Only

Bit Errors?
N
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Y
N/A
N
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Y
N/A
N/A
N
N/A
N/A
N/A
Y
N/A
N/A
N/A
N
N/A
N/A
Y

NOTE: This table is based on Table 2.8.2-2 Markov Service Options for
Wideband Spread Spectrum Communications (80-12918-1 Rev. X2).

Voice FER (Rate Set 1 and 2):


FER = B / N, where N is the total number of frames and B is the number of bad frames.
For Rate Set 1:
N = MUX1_FOR_1 + MUX1_FOR_6 + MUX1_FOR_7 + MUX1_FOR_8 + MUX1_FOR_9 + MUX1_FOR_10

B = MUX1_FOR_9 + MUX1_FOR_10

For Rate Set 2:


N = MUX2_FOR_1 + MUX2_FOR_11 + MUX2_FOR_19 + MUX2_FOR_24 + MUX2_FOR_26

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B = MUX2_FOR_26

The MUX counters used to define B and N for Rate Set 1 and 2 voice calls are defined as
follows:
MUX Counter
MUX1_FOR_1
MUX1_FOR_6
MUX1_FOR_7
MUX1_FOR_8
MUX1_FOR_9
MUX1_FOR_10
MUX2_FOR_1
MUX2_FOR_11
MUX2_FOR_19
MUX2_FOR_24
MUX2_FOR_26

Expected Rate
Non-Markov (Voice)
Non-Markov (Voice)
Non-Markov (Voice)
Non-Markov (Voice)
Non-Markov (Voice)
Non-Markov (Voice)
Non-Markov (Voice)
Non-Markov (Voice)
Non-Markov (Voice)
Non-Markov (Voice)
Non-Markov (Voice)

Actual Rate
Full Primary Only
Half Primary Only
Quarter Primary Only
Eighth Primary Only
Full Rate Likely w/errors
Frame Quality Insufficient
Full Primary Only
Half Primary Only
Quarter Primary Only
Eighth Primary Only
Frame Quality Insufficient

NOTE: Counters from J-STD-008: Accumulated Forward Traffic Channel


Statistics for Multiplex Option 1 and 2.

Max_Bit_Rate
Indicates the maximum rate in bits per second delivered by UTRAN and to UTRAN at a SAP
within a period of time, divided by the duration of the period.

Max_Delay_for_PN_xx
This attribute indicates the delay of the strongest multipath component above the threshold
for PN xx.

Max_Delay_Spread
This attribute indicates the maximum delay spread among all Delay_Spread_for_PN_xx
attributes.

Max_EcIo_Spread
This attribute indicates the maximum Ec/Io difference for all EcIo_Spread_for_PN_xx
attributes.

Max_SDU_Size
Indicates the maximum allowed SDU size in bits.

Max_Supported_PFC
This displays the maximum Paging Frame Class supported (for example, PFC1, PFC2). The
paging frame class determines the periodicity that the mobile will wake up to receive pages
and other system information. This is best seen in the Message Browser module of Analyzer.
This message is obtained from the PFC Change Report in the Data record of the TEMS log
file.

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MaxFullyCompleteLoops
This attribute stores the total number of successful loops the ClearCall session was to
perform before ending.

MCC
Mobile Country Code.

Measurement_Inquiry
Receipt of message:
iDEN Channel Quality Responses: Normal Mode Test Response - Measurement Inquire
Received.

Measurement_Quality_Indicator
No further information available.

Measurement_Report
Receipt of either message:
iDEN Channel Quality Responses: Normal Mode Test Response - Measurement Report
Transmitted - A
or
iDEN Channel Quality Responses: Normal Mode Test Response - Measurement Report
Transmitted - B.

Message Count
This attribute contains the number of occurrences of the various CDMA air-interface
messages.

MNC
Mobile Network Code.

Mobile Rx Power Stats


This attribute contains histogram data for the mobile received power. Please see the attribute
definition for MobileReceivePower.

Mobile Tx Power Stats


This attribute contains histogram data for the mobile transmit power. Please see the attribute
definition for MobileTransmitPower.

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MobileCAIRevision
This attribute indicates the mobiles CAI revision number. Please see IS-95 section 1.1.2.2 for
more information.

MobileFirmwareRev
This attribute indicates the mobiles firmware revision date.

MobileMIN1
The Mobile Identification Number.

MobileModel
This attribute identifies the mobiles model number, as chosen by the manufacturer. Please
see IS-95 section 1.1.2.2 for more information.

MobilePowerCtrlValue
This attribute indicates the transmit gain adjust used by the mobile based on power control
commands from the base station.

MobileReceivePower
The total power received by the mobile including desired and interfering signals and thermal
noise.

MobileSCM
The mobile Station Class Mark.

MobileTransmitPower
The average mobile transmit power, estimated using the received power and the sum

MobOrigCallFail
The MSOrigCallFail event indicates the occurrence of failed mobile originated call originations
based upon the CTR Disconnection message.

MobOrigCallOK
The MSOrigCallOK event indicates the occurrence of successful mobile originated call
originations based upon the CTR Call Setup Voice Channel Seizure Attempt
message.MobTermCallFail

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MobTermCallFail
The MSTermCallFail event indicates the occurrence of failed mobile terminated call
originations based upon the CTR Disconnection message.

MobTermCallOK
The MSTermCallOK event indicates the occurrence of successful mobile terminated call
originations based upon the CTR Call Setup Voice Channel Seizure Attempt message.

MonitorBufferLength
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

Motorola_BLER
See GPRS - further information.

Motorola_FER
Frame error rate.
See GPRS - further information.

MotorolaIsHoppingCell
This identifies the traffic channel of the current serving cell as consisting of a hopping or non
hopping frequency set.

MotorolaL2LinkOnSACCH
This indicates the status of the establishment of Layer 2 protocol on the link as False-0 or
True-1.

MotorolaListeningToBCCH
This indicates instances of the mobile listening to the BCCH, 0-False, 1-True (Motorola
specific parameter).

MotorolaPostHandoverMeasIgnored
This displays a non-zero value at times in the log when measurement messages are
invalidated because a handover has been completed and, thus, are marked to be ignored by
the system. It is derived from the RR Handover Complete message.

MotorolaPowerLevel
This indicates the value of ordered power down (in 2 dB steps) the mobile is instructed to use
at initial assignment or completion of handoff to the target cell.

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MotorolaSDCCHEstablished
This indicates the status of connection on the SDCCH, 0-False, 1-True (Motorola specific
parameter).

MotorolaSpeechConnOnTCH
This indicates the status of a speech connection on the TCH, 0-False, 1-True (Motorola
specific parameter).

MS State is ACC Processing


When the MS State is ACC Processing then the MS Substates are defined as:
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Description
None
Init
Init
Init
Idle
Idle
System Access
System Access
Await Message
Await Message
System Access
System Access
Await Message

MS State is AVC Processing


When the MS State is AVC Processing then the MS Substates are defined as:
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Description
Loss of radio link
Confirm IVCA
WAFO
WAFA
Conversation
Release
Power down
Release Complete
Suspended

MS State is DCC Processing


When the MS State is DCC Processing then the MS Substates are defined as:
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Description
Cell reselection
Read BCCH
Camping
Registration
Origination
WAFO
Terminated SMS
SSD update
Originated SMS
User group alerting
DCC suspended
DCC not running

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MS State is DTC Processing


When the MS State is DTC Processing then the MS Substates are defined as:
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Description
Loss of radio link
Confirm ITCD
WAFO
WAFA
Conversation
Release
Power down
Originating ARQ
Terminating ARQ
Suspended
Not running

MS Tx Power Stats
The MS Tx Power Stats attribute contains a histogram of the test mobiles transmit power
level.

MS_State
This displays the state of the test mobile.
For LCC IS136, the state of the mobile is given by:
State
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
13
14
15

Description
Power Up
CC Select
Idle A
Idle D
Page
Call A
Call D
Power Down
Error
No Service
Scan
Suspend

For TEMS, mobile state is obtained from the MS State Change Report in the Data record of
the log file. The state of mobile is given by:
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Description
Power up
Initial CC selection processing
ACC processing
DCC processing
DCC pager mode
AVC processing
DTC processing
Power down
Error

MS_Substate
This displays the substate the mobile is in. This message is obtained from the MS State
Change Report in the Data record of the TEMS log file.
The MS Substates are defined with respect to the MS States.

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MSClassMkEarlySend
This identifies whether Early Class Mark sending is enabled. Derived from the Layer 3 UL CM
MM Service Request message.

MSClassMkEncryptA51
This indicates whether the A51 encryption algorithm is currently supported.

MSClassMkEncryptA52
This indicates whether the A52 encryption algorithm is currently supported.

MSClassMkEncryptA53
This indicates whether the A53 encryption algorithm is currently supported.

MsClassMkPower
This is included in the layer 3 UL CM MM Service Request message and identifies the power
class of the mobile terminal. The nominal maximum output powers are mapped to power
class below:
Power Class
1
2
3
4
5

GSM 900
N/S
8 W (39 dBm)
5 Watts (37 dBm)
2 Watts (33 dBm)
0.8 Watts (29 dBm)

DCS 1800
1 W (30dBm)
0.25W (24dBm)
4 W (36 dBm)
N/S
N/S

The minimum powered down values are 5dBm for GSM and 0dBm for DCS1800 units.

MSClassMkRevision
This displays the revision identification of the mobile terminal reported in Layer 3 UL CM MM
Service Request Message.

MSClassMkSMSMobileTerm
This identifies whether the mobile terminal can support short message service data, reported
in Layer 3 UL CM MM Service Request information.

Msg_Class_Code
Message class code.

Msg_Code
This identifies the message code contained within the log file.

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Msg_Group
This identifies the message group, normally this will be the same as the Class_Code, but
some handsets may have manufacturers message group codes.

MsgCode
Contains the distribution and CDF of all Abis message types for all air interface signaling.
There are four different types of Abis message groups:

Radio Link Layer Management

Dedicated Channel Management

Common Channel Management

TRX Management

There are four different types of pre-compiled message statistics:


MsgCode: Statistics for all channel types (the sum of the three other statistics)
MsgCodeTCH: Statistics for traffic channels only (both full & half rate TCH/F & TCH/H)
MsgCodeSDCCH: Statistics for stand-alone signaling channels (SDCCH/4 & SDCCH/8)
MsgCodeCCCH: Statistics for common channel signaling (CCCH/UL & CCCH/DL & BCCH)

Messag
e
Number

Message Type

Meaning

Radio Link Layer messages

Data Request

Container for Um messages - not useful

Data Indication

Container for Um messages - not useful

Error Indication

An abnormal event has occurred with


cause Abis_CauseCodeRLM

Establish Request

Establish Confirm

Establish
Indication

Release Request

Release Confirm

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2nd MS message on a new dedicated
channel

352

Release Indication

The MS releases a L2 link - Last


message of MS on a dedicated channel

10

Unit Data Request

Container for Um messages - not useful

11

Unit Data
Indication

Container for Um messages - not useful

12
13
14
15
16

Common Channel Management

17

BCCH Information

18

CCCH Load
Indication

High load on a common control channel

19

Channel Required

MS requesting a dedicated channel from


the BTS

20

Delete Indication

21

Paging Command

Message containing the identify of MS


for mobile terminating calls

22

Immediate Assign
Command

BTS assigning a dedicated channel to a


MS

23

SMS Broadcast
Request

24

TRX Management

25

RF Resource
Indication

Measurement of uplink level on idle


timeslots

26

SACCH Filling

27

Overload

Lack of capacity on a common control


channel

28

Error Report

Abnormal behaviour

29
30
31
32

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33

Channel Activation

First message on Abis - BSC requests


BTS to activate a dedicated channel

34

Channel Activation
Acknowledge

Second message on Abis - BTS confirm


successful activation of dedicated
channel

35

Channel Activation
Negative Ack

Activation of dedicated channel was not


successful

36

Connection Failure

An active connection has been broken


(dropped call) - Cause Abis_CauseCode

37

Deactivate SACCH

38

Encryption
Command

BSC instructs MS to activate ciphering


(encryption)

39

Handover
Detection

Detection of an incoming handover First MS message for incoming


handover

40

Measurement
Result

Measurement on RxLev, RxQual, etc Sent every 480 msec.

41

Mode Modify
Request

42

Mode Modify
Acknowledge

43

Mode Modify
Negative Ack

44

Physical Context
Request

BSC requests BTS information on a


radio channel - Used just before a
channel change

45

Physical Context
Confirm

BTS replies to the Physical Context


Request

46

RF Channel
Release

(Last-1) message on Abis - BSC


requests BTS to deactivate a dedicated
channel

47

MS Power Control

48

BS Power Control

49

Preprocess
Configure

50

Preprocessed
Measurement
Result

51

RF Channel
Release

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deactivation of a dedicated channel

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Acknowledge

deactivation of a dedicated channel

MsgCodeCCCH
Contains the distribution and CDF of all Abis message types for all air interface signaling
pertaining to CCCH connections.
See also MsgCode.

MsgCodeSDCCH
Contains the distribution and CDF of all Abis message types for all air interface signaling
pertaining to SDCCH connections.
See also MsgCode.

MsgCodeTCH
Contains the distribution and CDF of all Abis message types for all air interface signaling
pertaining to TCH connections.
See also MsgCode.

MSHandoffFail
The MSHandoffFail event indicates the occurrence of failed handoffs based upon the CTR
Handoff Result message.
See also MsgCode.

MSHandoffOK
The MSHandoffOK event indicates the occurrence of successful handoffs based upon the
CTR Handoff Result message.

MsIMEI
Displays the value of the International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) derived from the MM:
Identity Response messaging.

MsIMSI
Displays the value of the International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) derived from the MM:
Identity Response messaging.

MSPOW
From the Digital Signal Strength Measurements message, the MSPOW is the mobile station
power level on a scale from 0 to 10.

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MsTMSI
Displays the value of the Temporary Mobile Subscriber Identity (TMSI) derived from the MM:
TMSI Reallocation Command messaging.

Multipath_1_Delay_for_PN_xx
This attribute indicates the chip delay of the 1st earliest arriving multipath component above a
user-definable filter threshold for PN xx. The Ec/Io filter threshold is set in the PN Scanner
tab of the Options window under the Tools menu.

Multipath_1_EcIo_for_PN_xx
This attribute indicates the Ec/Io of the 1st arriving multipath component above a userdefinable filter threshold for PN xx. The Ec/Io filter threshold is set in the PN Scanner tab of
the Options window under the Tools menu.

Multipath_2_Delay_for_PN_xx
This attribute indicates the chip delay of the 2nd earliest arriving multipath component above
a user-definable filter threshold for PN xx. The Ec/Io filter threshold is set in the PN Scanner
tab of the Options window under the Tools menu.

Multipath_2_EcIo_for_PN_xx
This attribute indicates the Ec/Io of the 2nd arriving multipath component above a userdefinable filter threshold for PN xx. The Ec/Io filter threshold is set in the PN Scanner tab of
the Options window under the Tools menu.

Multipath_3_Delay_for_PN_xx
This attribute indicates the chip delay of the 3rd earliest arriving multipath component above a
user-definable filter threshold for PN xx. The Ec/Io filter threshold is set in the PN Scanner
tab of the Options window under the Tools menu.

Multipath_3_EcIo_for_PN_xx
This attribute indicates the Ec/Io of the 3rd arriving multipath component above a userdefinable filter threshold for PN xx. The Ec/Io filter threshold is set in the PN Scanner tab of
the Options window under the Tools menu.

Multipath_4_Delay_for_PN_xx
This attribute indicates the chip delay of the 4th earliest arriving multipath component above a
user-definable filter threshold for PN xx. The Ec/Io filter threshold is set in the PN Scanner
tab of the Options window under the Tools menu.

Multipath_4_EcIo_for_PN_xx
This attribute indicates the Ec/Io of the 4th arriving multipath component above a userdefinable filter threshold for PN xx. The Ec/Io filter threshold is set in the PN Scanner tab of
the Options window under the Tools menu.

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Multipath_5_Delay_for_PN_xx
This attribute indicates the chip delay of the 5th earliest arriving multipath component above a
user-definable filter threshold for PN xx. The Ec/Io filter threshold is set in the PN Scanner
tab of the Options window under the Tools menu.

Multipath_5_EcIo_for_PN_xx
This attribute indicates the Ec/Io of the 5th arriving multipath component above a userdefinable filter threshold for PN xx. The Ec/Io filter threshold is set in the PN Scanner tab of
the Options window under the Tools menu.

MultiplexerErasuresReceived
No further information available.

Nbor_IsForeground_xx
No further information available.

Nbor_RxLev_xx
This identifies the reported received signal level value for the neighbor cell in position xx in
the measurement report (A maximum of 6 is possible).

NborBCCH_xx
This identifies the Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number of the BCCH decoded and
reported for the neighbor cell in position xx in the measurement report. (A maximum of 6 is
possible).

NborBSIC_by_Arfcn_xx
This identifies the Base Station Identity Code reported by the mobile when measuring
neighboring cells with BCCH channel of XX.

NborBSIC_xx
This identifies the Base Station Identity Code decoded and reported for the neighbor cell in
position xx in the measurement report. (A maximum of six is possible).

NborC1_xx
Displays C1 measurements for up to 6 neighbors. For a definition of C1 please see 'ServC1'.

NborC2_xx
Displays C2 measurements for up to six neighbors. For a definition of C2, please see
'ServC2'.

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NborCarrier_xx
No further information available.

NborCell_Analog_CELLTYPE_xx
Displays the analog CELLTYPE for the xxth neighbor recorded by the mobile.

NborCell_Analog_CHAN_xx
Displays the analog CHAN for the xxth neighbor recorded by the mobile.

NborCell_Analog_DCC_xx
Displays the analog DCC for the xxth neighbor recorded by the mobile.

NborCell_Analog_DELAY_xx
Displays the analog DELAY for the xxth neighbor recorded by the mobile.

NborCell_Analog_DirectedRetryChannel_xx
No further information available.

NborCell_Analog_HL_FREQ_xx
Displays the analog HL_FREQ for the xxth neighbor recorded by the mobile.

NborCell_Analog_MS_ACC_PWR_by_Channel_xx
This displays the analog MS_ACC_PWR for channel xx.

NborCell_Analog_NetworkType_xx
Displays the analog network type for the xxth neighbor recorded by the mobile.

NborCell_Analog_ProtocolVersion_xx
Displays the analog protocol version for the xxth neighbor recorded by the mobile.

NborCell_Analog_RESEL_OFFSET_xx
Displays the analog RESEL_OFFSET for the xxth neighbor recorded by the mobile.

NborCell_Analog_RSS_ACC_MIN_by_Channel_xx
This displays the analog RSS_ACC_MIN for channel xx.

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NborCell_Analog_SS_SUFF_by_Channel_xx
This displays the analog SS_SUFF for channel xx.

NborCell_TDMA_CELL_SYNC_xx
Displays the CELL_SYNC for the xxth neighbor recorded by the mobile, where xx is the order
(1, 2, 3, and so on.) in which the neighbor is recorded. This message is obtained from the
Layer 3 messages on the E-BCCH (Neighbor Cell) in the Data record of the TEMS log file.
When the CELL_SYNC is disabled, Analyzer assigns it a value of 0, when it is enabled, the
value assigned is 1.

NborCell_TDMA_CELLTYPE_xx
This displays the Cell Type (parameter classifying the preference type of a neighbor cell) for
the xxth neighbor recorded by the mobile, where xx is the order (1, 2, 3, and so on.) in which
the neighbor is recorded. This message is obtained from the Layer 3 messages on the EBCCH (Neighbor Cell) in the Data record of the TEMS log file.
The following table defines the value of the CELL_TYPE.
CELL_TYPE
Regular
Preferred
Nonpreferred

Number Assigned in Analyzer


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NborCell_TDMA_CHAN_xx
This displays the channel number for the xxth neighbor recorded by the mobile, where xx is
the order (1, 2, 3, and so on.) in which the neighbor is recorded. This message is obtained
from the Layer 3 messages on the E-BCCH (Neighbor Cell) in the Data record of the TEMS
log file.

NborCell_TDMA_DELAY_xx
This displays the Delay (duration of time that a candidate control channel must meet the
required signal strength condition for the reselection process) for the xxth neighbor recorded
by the mobile, where xx is the order (1, 2, 3, and so on.) in which the neighbor is recorded.
This message is obtained from the Layer 3 messages on the E-BCCH (Neighbor Cell) in the
Data record of the TEMS log file.

NborCell_TDMA_DirectedRetryChannel_xx
This displays the Directed Retry Channel for the xxth neighbor recorded by the mobile, where
xx is the order (1, 2, 3, and so on.) in which the neighbor is recorded. This message is
obtained from the Layer 3 messages on the E-BCCH (Neighbor Cell) in the Data record of the
TEMS log file.
When the Directed Retry Channel disabled, Analyzer assigns it a value of 0, when it is
enabled, the value assigned is 1.

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NborCell_TDMA_DVCC_xx
This displays the Digital Verification Color Code (8-bit code sent to and from mobile and base
stations to verify that the correct mobile data is decoded rather than co-channel data) for the
xxth neighbor recorded by the mobile, where xx is the order (1, 2, 3, and so on.) in which the
neighbor is recorded. This message is obtained from the Layer 3 messages on the E-BCCH
(Neighbor Cell) in the Data record of the TEMS log file.

NborCell_TDMA_HL_FREQ_xx
This displays the HL_FREQ (periodicity of neighbor channel measurements) for the xxth
neighbor recorded by the mobile, where xx is the order (1, 2, 3, and so on.) in which the
neighbor is recorded. This message is obtained from the Layer 3 messages on the E-BCCH
(Neighbor Cell) in the Data record of the TEMS log file.
When the value of the HL_FREQ is low, it is assigned a value of 0 in Analyzer, when it is high
it is assigned a value of 1.

NborCell_TDMA_MACA_List
No further information available.

NborCell_TDMA_MACA_ListOtherHyperband
No further information available.

NborCell_TDMA_MACA_OtherHyperbandFreq
No further information available.

NborCell_TDMA_MS_ACC_PWR_by_Channel_xx
This displays the MS_ACC_PWR by channel. This message is obtained from the Layer 3
messages on the E-BCCH (Neighbor Cell) in the Data record of the TEMS log file.

NborCell_TDMA_MS_ACC_PWR_xx
This displays the MS_ACC_PWR for the xxth neighbor recorded by the mobile, where xx is
the order (1, 2, 3, and so on.) in which the neighbor is recorded. This message is obtained
from the Layer 3 messages on the E-BCCH (Neighbor Cell) in the Data record of the TEMS
log file.

NborCell_TDMA_NetworkType_xx
This displays the Network Type for the xxth neighbor recorded by the mobile, where xx is the
order (1, 2, 3, and so on.) in which the neighbor is recorded. This message is obtained from
the Layer 3 messages on the E-BCCH (Neighbor Cell) in the Data record of the TEMS log file.
The following table defines the value of the Network Type.
Network Type
Public
Private

Number Assigned in Analyzer


4

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Residential

NborCell_TDMA_ProtocolVersion_xx
This displays the Protocol Version (for example, IS-136) for the xxth neighbor recorded by the
mobile, where xx is the order (1, 2, 3, and so on.) in which the neighbor is recorded. This
message is obtained from the Layer 3 messages on the E-BCCH (Neighbor Cell) in the Data
record of the TEMS log file. The Protocol Version of IS-136 is assigned a value of 2 and IS-54
is assigned a value of 1by Analyzer.

NborCell_TDMA_RESEL_OFFSET_xx
This displays the RESEL_OFFSET (parameter used to increase or decrease the preference
of a neighbor cell being considered for cell reselection) for the xxth neighbor recorded by the
mobile, where xx is the order (1, 2, 3, and so on.) in which the neighbor is recorded. This
message is obtained from the Layer 3 messages on the E-BCCH (Neighbor Cell) in the Data
record of the TEMS log file.

NborCell_TDMA_RSS_ACC_MIN_by_Channel_xx
This displays the RSS_ACC_MIN by channel. This message is obtained from the Layer 3
messages on the E-BCCH (Neighbor Cell) in the Data record of the TEMS log file.

NborCell_TDMA_RSS_ACC_MIN_xx
This displays the RSS_ACC_MIN for the xxth neighbor recorded by the mobile, where xx is
the order (1, 2, 3, and so on.) in which the neighbor is recorded. This message is obtained
from the Layer 3 messages on the E-BCCH (Neighbor Cell) in the Data record of the TEMS
log file.

NborCell_TDMA_SS_SUFF_by_Channel_xx
This displays the SS_SUFF by channel. This message is obtained from the Layer 3
messages on the E-BCCH (Neighbor Cell) in the Data record of the TEMS log file.

NborCell_TDMA_SS_SUFF_xx
This displays the SS_SUFF for the xxth neighbor recorded by the mobile, where xx is the
order (1, 2, 3, and so on.) in which the neighbor is recorded. This message is obtained from
the Layer 3 messages on the E-BCCH (Neighbor Cell) in the Data record of the TEMS log file.

NborColorCode_xx
Color code for the nth neighbor.

NborCount
No further information available.

NborForegroundNum
Number of foreground neighbors reported in a neighbor report.

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NborFrameOffset_xx
This displays the offset in frame incremented used by the mobile when synchronizing to
decode BCCH information from neighboring cells.

NborKVal_xx
This displays the K Signal Strength Criteria value used in the Ericsson handover ranking
algorithm calculated at the BSC for the reported cell in position xx in the neighbor list.

NborLVal_xx
This displays the L Pathloss Criteria value used in the Ericsson handover ranking algorithm
calculated at the BSC for the reported cell in position xx in the neighbor list.

NborNum
This indicates the number of unique neighbor cells that are currently being reported by the
mobile.

NborRSSI_by_Carrier_xx
This identifies the neighbor Received Signal Strength Indication reported by the mobile when
assigned a channel with Carrier Number xx.

NborRSSI_xx
The neighbor Received Signal Strength Indication.

NborRxLev_by_Arfcn_xx
This identifies the RxLev(Full) reported by the mobile when measuring neighboring cells with
the Broadcast Control Channel equal to Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number xx.

NborRxLev_xx
This identifies the RxLev(Full) reported by the mobile when measuring neighboring cells with
the Broadcast Control Channel equal to xx.

NborSQE_by_Carrier_xx
This identifies the neighbor Signal Quality Estimate reported by the mobile when assigned a
channel with Carrier Number xx.

NborSQE_xx
The Signal Quality Estimate value for the nth neighbor.

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NBR_FRAMES_NOT_REPEATED
No further information available.

NBR_FRAMES_REPEATED
No further information available.

NBR_OF_ERRONEOUS_FRAMES_SENT
No further information available.

NBR_OF_MS_TX_PWR_MAX_SENT
No further information available.

NBR_OF_PHYSICAL_INFO_SENT
No further information available.

NBR_OF_REJ_FRAMES_RECEIVED
No further information available.

NBR_OF_REJ_FRAMES_SENT
No further information available.

NBR_OF_SABM_AFTER_UA_SENT
No further information available.

NbrChannel_xx
Neighbor channel number.

NbrSigStr_by_Chan_xx
Derived from the Digital Signal Strength Measurements message, this is the neighbor cell
signal strength, filtered, for the forward measuring channel xx.

NbrSigStr_xx
Neighbor signal strength.

NCell_AntennaFace_xx
The antenna face of the neighbor cell reporting to the ECP.

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NCell_CellCode_xx
The Cell Code of the neighbor cell reporting to the ECP obtained from the MAHO List
message.

NCell_CellNumber_xx
The ID of the neighbor cell reporting to the ECP.

NCell_DCSID_xx
The ID of the Digital Cellular Switch obtained from the MAHO List message.

NCell_ECPID_xx
The ID of the Executive Cellular Processor obtained from the MAHO List message.

NCell_SG0_HandOffBias_xx
The MAHO handoff biases obtained from the MAHO List message. Handoff Bias is provided
for each Server Group and Neighbor reported.

NCell_SG0_VMAC_xx
Voice Mobile Attenuation Code, provided for each Server Group and Neighbor reported.

NCell_SG1_HandOffBias_xx
The MAHO handoff biases obtained from the MAHO List message. Handoff Bias is provided
for each Server Group and Neighbor reported.

NCell_SG1_VMAC_xx
Voice Mobile Attenuation Code, provided for each Server Group and Neighbor reported.

NCell_SignalStrength_xx
The Signal Strength as measured by the serving analog or digital radio unit on the neighbor
cell site. Ncell_SignalStrength is obtained from the HSOPL TDMA Locate Reply or the
HSOPL Analog Locate Reply message.

NCell_SigStr_by_Chan_xx
The Signal Strength as measured by the serving analog or digital radio unit on the neighbor
cell site. Signal strengths are reported by channel number, where channel number is obtained
from the Locate Request message. XX represents the channel number.

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Neighbor Set Delay


This attribute contains histogram data for the chip delay of the multipath components of
neighbor set pilots as measured by the mobiles searcher finger. Chip delay is measured
relative to the center of the search window. Only multipath components above a user-defined
threshold (set in the CDMA tab of the Options window under the Tools menu) are included in
the histogram data. The histogram data can be used to fine-tune the size of the searcher
window.

Neighbor_Pilots_Delay_for_PN
The Delay of PN 'xx' anywhere that PN xx is a member of the Neighbor Set.

Neighbor_Pilots_EcIo_for_PN_xx
Ec/Io of PN 'xx' anywhere that PN xx is a member of the Neighbor set.

Neighbor_Pilots_PN_for_EcIo_xx
Ec/Io of PN 'xx' anywhere that PN xx is a member of the Neighbor set.

NeighborCellDistance_xx
The distance from the measurement unit to the best serving neighbor base station for all bins
along the drive test route. For CDMA, if the mobile is engaged in handoff with one or more
base stations, the distance is calculated to the neighboring base station with the second
strongest pilot in terms of Ec/Io.

NeighborCellID_xx
The identification code of the best serving neighbor cell site for all bins along the drive test
route.

NeighborCellLat_xx
The latitude of the best serving neighbor cell for all bins along the drive test route.

NeighborCellLon_xx
The longitude of the best serving neighbor cell for all bins along the drive test route.

NeighborDelay_Max1
This attribute contains the delay between the most powerful multipath component and the
center of the neighbor search window for the current search window.

NeighborDelay_Max2
This attribute contains the delay between the second most powerful multipath component and
the center of the neighbor search window for the current search window.

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NeighborDelay_Max3
This attribute contains the delay between the third most powerful multipath component and
the center of the neighbor search window for the current search window.

NeighborDistanceChan_xx
The channel number of the best serving neighbor used in the calculation of the
NeighborCellDistance attribute.

NeighborEcIo_Max1
This attribute contains the Ec/Io of the most powerful multipath component in the neighbor set
for the current search window.

NeighborEcIo_Max2
This attribute contains the Ec/Io of the second most powerful multipath component in the
neighbor set for the current search window.

NeighborEcIo_Max3
This attribute contains the Ec/Io of the third most powerful multipath component in the
neighbor set for the current search window.

NeighborListWarning
This attribute indicates that the Pilot Strength Measurement message has reported a pilot,
which is not in the current neighbor list.

NeighborPN
This attribute contains the PN code in the neighbor set which the search window is currently
measuring.

NeighborSectorID_xx
The identification code of the best serving neighbor sector for all bins along the drive test
route.

NemoCallAttemptIncoming
Call Attempt Incoming.

NemoEventCallCompleted
The Call Completed event.

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NemoEventCallDropped
The Call Dropped event.

NemoEventHandoverFail
The Handover Fail event.

NemoEventHandoverOK
The Handover OK event.

NemoEventIncomingCallOk
The Incoming Call OK event.

NemoEventIncomingCallSetupFail
The Incoming Call Setup Fail event.

NemoEventLocationUpdateFail
The Location Update Fail event.

NemoEventLocationUpdateOK
The Location Update OK event.

NemoEventOutgoingCallOK
The Outgoing Call OK event.

NemoEventOutgoingCallSetupFail
The Outgoing Call Setup Fail event.

NemoMsgCallAttemptCAA
The Call Attempt (CAA) message, recorded when the call was attempted.

NemoMsgCallConnectCAC
The Call Connect (CAC) message, recorded on three different stages of call establishment.

NemoMsgCallDisconnectCAD
The Call Disconnect (CAD) message, recorded when back on control channel or dropped out
of service.

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NemoMsgCallFailedCAF
The Call Failed (CAF) message, recorded when there was a timeout or call release before
call connection. Recorded instantly after a CAA or CAI event when no service was available.

NemoMsgCellReselectionCREL
The Cell Reselection (CREL) message, recorded when cell reselection occurs during mobile
idle state.

NemoMsgDataConnectDAC
The Data Connect (DAC) message, recorded when data connect received from modem.

NemoMsgHandoverAttemptHOA
The Handover Attempt (HOA) message, recorded when a handover command or assignment
command is initiated.

NemoMsgHandoverFailureHOF
The Handover Failure (HOF) message, recorded when a handover failed.

NemoMsgHandoverSuccessHOS
The Handover Success (HOS) message, recorded when a handover was completed
successfully.

NemoMsgIncomingCallCAI
The Incoming Call (CAI) message, recorded after a paging request has come from the
network.

NemoMsgLocationUpdateAcceptLUS
The Location Update Accept (LUS) message, recorded when a location update is accepted
by the network.

NemoMsgLocationUpdateAttemptLUA
The Location Update Attempt (LUA) message, recorded when a location update request is
initiated.

NemoMsgLocationUpdateFailureLUF
The Location Update Failure (LUF) message, recorded when a location update attempt is
timed out or rejected by the network.

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NemoParamCallDisconnectReason
The reason code for the Call Disconnect.
Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Reason
Normal disconnect
Dropped call (network release)
Dropped out of service
Dropped during handover
Carrier lost during data or fax test call
Transfer timeout during data or fax test call
Protocol error during data or fax test call
Transfer failed during data or fax test call
Measurement error

NemoParamCallFailedReason
The reason code for the Call Failed.
Code
1
2
3
4
5

Reason
Timeout before connection
Call released before connection
Service not available
Incoming call not received
Measurement system failure

NemoParamCallSetupState
The Call Setup State.

NemoParamCallType
Value
1
2
3
4

Call type
Voice
Markov
Data
Fax

NemoParamHandoverFailRRCause
The RR Cause value for the Handover Fail.

NemoParamHandoverType
Value
1
2
3
Value
1
2
3

GSM
Internal handover
Handover between cells
Handover between systems
DAMPS
Handoff between sectors or handoff to small diameter cell
Handoff to small diameter cell or handoff to large diameter cell
Handover between systems

NemoParamIncomingCallCount
The number of incoming calls during the measurement session.

NemoParamLocationUpateFailMMCause
The Mobile Management Cause value for the Location Update Fail.
255 = Timeout.

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NemoParamLocationUpdateFailReason
The reason code for the Location Update Fail:
Code
1
2

Reason
Timeout
Rejected by network

NemoParamNumberDialled
The phone number dialled to make the call.

NemoParamOutgoingCallCount
The number of outgoing calls during the measurement session.

NemoParamTimeFromAttempt
The time in seconds elapsed from call attempt or call receiving to failing.

Network_Type
This displays the Network Type, which allows the mobile to distinguish between Public,
Private, and Residential networks and allows the mobile to react to serving cells based on the
broadcast identifiers of the network types. The Network Type is obtained from the Extended
MS Data Report Data record of the TEMS log file.

NetworkID
This attribute indicates the network identification code that uniquely identifies a network in a
cellular/PCS system. Please see IS-95 section 7.7.1.3 for more information.

NewDataFramesReceived
The number of new data frames received.

NewDataFramesTransmitted
No further information available.

NMSXCallAttemptIndex
The Call Attempt index.

NMSXCallLength
The length of the call.

NMSXCallSetupTime
The Call Setup time.

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NMSXEventCallCompleted
The Call Completed event.

NMSXEventCallDropped
The Call Dropped event.

NMSXEventOutgoingCallAttempt
The Outgoing Call Attempt event.

NMSXEventOutgoingCallSetupFail
The Outgoing Call Setup Fail event.

NMSXEventOutgoingCallSetupOK
The Outgoing Call Setup OK event.

NMSXNumberDialled
The number dialled.

No_Service
Receipt of message:
iDEN Channel Quality Responses: Cell Selection Response: Failure.

Nokia_BER
Bit Error Rate.

Nokia_Channel
No further information available.

Nokia_DVCC
Digital Verification Color Code.

Nokia_Long_RSSI
Long Received Signal Strength Indicator.

Nokia_Nbor_RSSI_xx
Neighbor Received Signal Strength Indicator.

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NOKIA_PCU_CodingScheme
See GPRS - further information.

NOKIA_PCU_FrameType
See GPRS - further information.

Nokia_Rx_Power
No further information available.

Nokia_Short_RSSI
Short Received Signal Strength Indicator.

Nokia_Time_Slot
No further information available.

NormalRelease
The NormalRelease event indicates the occurrence of normal call releases based upon the
CTR Disconnection message.

NullFramesReceived
The number of null frames received.

Number of Locked Pilots


This attribute contains histogram data for the number of locked pilots in the fingers of the rake
receiver.

Number of Unique Pilots


This attribute contains histogram data for the number of unique pilots locked in the fingers of
the rake receiver.

Number_of_ActivePNs
This attribute indicates the number of active pilots.

Number_of_Analog_Nbors
No further information available.

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Number_of_E_BCCH
No further information available.

Number_of_F_BCCH
This displays the number of Fast Broadcast Channels. F_BCCH are used for time critical,
mandatory system information, with a fixed recurring cycle, primarily for the mobile to gain
quick access to a system. This message is obtained from the Layer 3 messages on the FBCCH in the Data record of the TEMS log file.

Number_of_LockedPNs
This attribute indicates the number of PN codes locked in the rake receiver.

Number_of_Non_PCH_Subchannel_Slots
This displays the number of SPACH slots that cannot be assigned as a Paging subchannel.
This message is obtained from the Layer 3 on the F-BCCH messages in the Data record of
the TEMS log file.

Number_of_Reserved_Slots
This displays the number of Reserved slots per Superframe. This message is obtained from
the Layer 3 messages on the F-BCCH in the Data record of the TEMS log file.

Number_of_S_BCCH
No further information available.

Number_of_TDMA_Nbors
This displays the number of neighbor channels that are reported. This message is obtained
from the Layer 3 messages on the E-BCCH (Neighbor Cell) in the Data record of the TEMS
log file.

NumberofNeighbors
From the Digital Signal Strength Measurements message, the NumberOfNeighbors is the
number of neighbor cells for which signal strength measurements are reported.

NumFreqs_in_FreqScanHead
No further information available.

NumofActiveCells
This attribute indicates the number of active pilots.

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NumOfLockedPNs
This attribute indicates the number of PN codes locked in the rake receiver.

NumOfSatellites
The number of satellites monitored by the GPS receiver.

NumOfUniquePNs
This attribute indicates the number of unique PN codes locked in the rake receiver.

OrigSpeechFileNames
This attribute stores the names of the wave files used in the course of the ClearCall session.

Outgoing Call Setup Time Stats


The Outgoing Call Setup Time Stats attribute contains histogram data for the time interval
between CC:Setup and CC: Connect messages.
This attribute contains histogram data for the interval between the ACC: ORIGINATION and
REV: SERVICE CONNECT COMPLETION messages.

Outgoing_Call_Setup
Contains geographically referenced occurrences for all test mobile call setup events. An
Outgoing Call Setup event occurs when:
CallInitResultCode=2

Outgoing_Call_Setup_Fail
Contains geographically referenced occurrences for all test mobile failed call setup events. An
Outgoing Call Setup Fail event occurs when:
CallInitResultCode=5,6

OutgoingCallFail
This attribute indicates failed outgoing call initiations triggered by the following sequence of
messages:

Origination message

Not followed by a Service Connect Completion message

Followed by an Origination message or a transition back to idle mode

OutgoingCallOK
This attribute indicates successful outgoing call initiations triggered by the following sequence
of messages:

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Origination message

Followed by a Service Connect or a Service Connect Completion message

Paging_Cause
Indicates to the RNC the reason for sending the PAGING message. The paging cause is
transferred transparently to the UE.

PCH_Displacement
This displays the displacement of the Paging Channel; the number of additional SPARCH
slots read. The Paging Channel is the logical channel (SPACH) used to transfer call setup
and pages the mobile. This is best seen in the Message Browser module of Analyzer. This
message is obtained from the PFC Change Report in the Data record of the TEMS log file.

PCU_Block_Number_Adjustment
See GPRS - further information.

PCU_Direction
See GPRS - further information.

PCU_Next_UL_Burst
See GPRS - further information.

PCU_Power_control
See GPRS - further information.

PCU_RxLev
See GPRS - further information.

PCU_RxQual
See GPRS - further information.

PCU_Time_Allignment_Layout
See GPRS - further information.

PCU_Time_Tuning
See GPRS - further information.

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PCU_Time_Tuning_Validity
See GPRS - further information.

PCU_Time_Units
See GPRS - further information.

PCU_Uplink_State_Flag
See GPRS - further information.

PERC_OF_INCOR_NOT_SACCH_FM_RX
No further information available.

PERC_OF_INCOR_SACCH_FRAMES_RX
No further information available.

Permitted_Algs
Contains the user data encryption information of permitted algorithms used to control
encryption equipment at the RNC.

PFM_Direction
This displays the Paging Frame Direction. This is best seen in the Message Browser module
of Analyzer. This message is obtained from the Layer 3 messages on the F-BCCH in the Data
record of the TEMS log file.

PhoneCarrier
No further information available.

Pilot_Delay_xx
This attribute contains the chip delay of the xxth most powerful pilot signal measured by the
scanner. Pilot delay is defined as the expected chip offset of the pilot minus the measured
chip offset.

PilotChips_16bits_xx
No further information available.

PilotEcIo_xx
No further information available.

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PilotIncrement
This attribute indicates the pilot increment used for scanning the 512 PN offsets.

PilotPN_xx
No further information available.

PlayFileNameOnly
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

PlayPathFromBase
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

PlayRelWaveStartTime
The index within the current loop of the wave that is playing.

PlaySeqIndex
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

PlaySignalLevel
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

PlayWaveDescription
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

PlayWaveDuration
The length of time for which the given wave file as played.

PlayWaveTitle
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

PN_1stBestEbNo
This attribute indicates the PN offset of the sector with the best uplink leg Eb/No, for all
sectors in handoff with the mobile.

PN_1stBestEcIo
This attribute indicates the PN code for the serving sector with the strongest Ec/Io.

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PN_2ndBestEbNo
This attribute indicates the PN offset of the sector with the second best uplink leg Eb/No, for
all sectors in handoff with the mobile.

PN_2ndBestEcIo
This attribute indicates the PN code for the serving sector with the 2nd strongest Ec/Io.

PN_3rdBestEbNo
This attribute indicates the PN offset of the sector with the third best uplink leg Eb/No, for all
sectors in handoff with the mobile.

PN_3rdBestEcIo
This attribute indicates the PN code for the serving sector with the 3rd strongest Ec/Io.

PN_4th
This attribute indicates the PN code for the sector in the active set with the 4th strongest
Ec/Io.

PN_5th
This attribute indicates the PN code for the sector in the active set with the 5th strongest
Ec/Io.

PN_6th
This attribute indicates the PN code for the sector in the active set with the 6th strongest
Ec/Io.

PN_At_Delay_1_Max
The PN of the earliest arriving multi-path component across all PNs. Only those
measurements which are measured above the threshold defined in the user preferences are
considered.

PN_at_Delay_Spread_Max
This attribute indicates the PN code with the maximum delay spread among all
Delay_Spread_for_PN_xx attributes.

PN_at_EcIo_Max
This attribute indicates the PN code of the pilot signal with the maximum Ec/Io among all PNs.

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PN_at_EcIo_Spread_Max
This attribute indicates the PN code with the largest Ec/Io difference for all
EcIo_Spread_for_PN_xx attributes.

PN_at_Max_Delay_Spread
This attribute indicates the PN code with the maximum delay spread among all
Delay_Spread_for_PN_xx attributes.

PN_for_Best_EcIo_Active_Set_xx
The PN with the xxth best Ec/Io in the Active Set.

PN_for_Best_EcIo_Cand_Set_xx
The PN with the xxth best Ec/Io in the Candidate Set.

PN_for_Best_EcIo_Neigh_Set_xx
The PN with the xxth best Ec/Io in the Neighbor Set.

PN_for_Nth_Best_Pilot_xx
The PN of the xxth most powerful pilot signal measured by the scanner.

PN_Increment
No further information available.

PN_Pilot_Tone_xx
No further information available.

PN_Primary
This attribute indicates the PN code for the primary serving sector. The term primary is used
to refer to the oldest pilot among all active pilots.

PN_Secondary
This attribute indicates the PN code for the secondary serving sector. The term secondary is
used to refer to the second oldest pilot among all active pilots.

PN_Temporal_Scan
This attribute indicates the PN code which is the focus of the temporal scan.

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PN_Tertiary
This attribute indicates the PN code for the tertiary serving sector. The term tertiary is used to
refer to the third oldest pilot among all active pilots.

PN_Top_N_Pilots_xx
This attribute contains the PN offset of the xxth strongest pilot signal measured by the
scanner.

PN_Zoomed_Pilots_xx
This attribute contains the PN offset of the xxth strongest pilot signal measured by the
scanner, for the subset of chip offsets scanned.

Power_Attenuation
This displays the RF Transmit Level (0 to 7) at which the mobile is transmitting, with 0 being
the highest transmit power (3 watts) and 7 being the lowest with decrements of 4 dB. This
parameter is derived from the Status Report in the messaging.

Primary_Superframe_Indicator
This message is obtained from the Layer 3 messages on the F-BCCH in the Data record of
the TEMS log file. When the Superframe Indicator is primary it is assigned a value of 0 and
when it is secondary it is assigned a value of 1.

PrimaryDigitalGain
This attribute indicate the forward link traffic channel digital gain for the primary leg.

PrimarySite
This attribute indicates the ID of the primary serving sector. The primary serving sector is the
oldest server among active pilots.

Procedure_Code
The receiving node treats the different types of received criticality information of the
Procedure Code as follows. If a message is received which the receiving node does not
comprehend, with a Procedure Code marked with:
Reject IE
procedure.

- the receiving node shall reject the procedure using the Error Indication

Ignore IE and Notify Sender - the receiving node shall ignore the procedure and initiate
the Error Indication procedure.
Ignore IE

- the receiving node shall ignore the procedure.

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ProcessLagLoopIdx
The index of the loop on which the Post Process routines are working.

ProcessLagSeqIdx
The index of the wave file within a loop on which the Port Process routines are working.

ProfileName
The name of the profile used for the ClearCall session.

ProtDisc
No further information available.

Protocol_Version
This displays the technology and version for which the messaging was received. The Protocol
Version is obtained from the Extended MS Data Report Data record of the TEMS log file.
When the Protocol Version is IS-136 it is assigned a value of 2 and when it is IS-54 it is
assigned a value of 1 by Analyzer.

PSID/RSID_Type_xx
No further information available.

PSID/RSID_Value_xx
No further information available.

QuitAfterFailedLoops
The number of unsuccessful loops after which ClearCall should terminate.

RAB_Asymmetry_Indicator
Indicates asymmetry or symmetry of the RAB and traffic direction.

RAB_ID
Radio Access Bearer ID.

RADIO_LINK_FAILURE_INDICATION
No further information available.

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RawRSSI
The raw Received Signal Strength Indication.

RBERRVC
From the Digital Signal Strength Measurements message, the RBERRVC is the residual bit
error rate, filtered, for the reverse voice channel from the present cell.

Reconnect_Complete
Sequence as follows:
iDEN Channel Quality Responses: Normal Mode Test Response - Channel Connection
Indication|Successful Connection attempt| Channel: PCCH
followed by:
iDEN Channel Quality Responses: Normal Mode Test Response - Channel Connection
Indication|Successful Connection attempt| Channel: BCCH.

Record_Sequence
No further information available.

Record_Type
No further information available.

RecordFileNameOnly
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

RecordOrigFileNameOnly
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

RecordPathFromBase
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

RecordRelWaveStartTime
The time when this wave began recording, relative to the start of the ClearCall session.

RecordSeqIndex
The index within the current loop of the wave that is being recorded.

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RecordSignalLevel
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

RecordWaveDescription
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

RecordWaveDuration
The length of time for which the wave is recorded.

RecordWaveTitle
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

Registration
No further information available.

Registration_Fail
No further information available.

Registration_OK
No further information available.

Remaining Set Delay


This attribute contains histogram data for the chip delay of the multipath components of
remaining set pilots as measured by the mobiles searcher finger. Chip delay is measured
relative to the center of the search window. Only multipath components above a user-defined
threshold (set in the CDMA tab of the Options window under the Tools menu) are included in
the histogram data. The histogram data can be used to fine-tune the size of the searcher
window.

RemainingDelay_Max1
This attribute contains the delay between the most powerful multipath component and the
center of the remaining search window for the current search window.

RemainingDelay_Max2
This attribute contains the delay between the second most powerful multipath component and
the center of the remaining search window for the current search window.

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RemainingDelay_Max3
This attribute contains the delay between the third most powerful multipath component and
the center of the remaining search window for the current search window.

RemainingEcIo_Max1
This attribute contains the Ec/Io of the most powerful multipath component in the remaining
set for the current search window.

RemainingEcIo_Max2
This attribute contains the Ec/Io of the second most powerful multipath component in the
remaining set for the current search window.

RemainingEcIo_Max3
This attribute contains the Ec/Io of the third most powerful multipath component in the
remaining set for the current search window.

RemainingPN
This attribute contains the PN code in the remaining set that the search window is currently
measuring.

Repeated_Cell_Reselection
No further information available.

Reselection_Complete
Receipt of message:
iDEN Channel Quality Responses: Normal Mode Test Response - Cell Reselection Success.

RetransmittedFramesTransmitted
No further information available.

Rev_BER
The Bit Error Rate as measured by the serving DRU. Rev_BER is obtained from the HSOPL
TDMA Mode Locate Reply message.

Rev_FER
The Frame Error Rate as measured by the serving DRU. Rev_FER is obtained from the
HSOPL TDMA Mode Locate Reply message.

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Rev_NumberOfNeighbors
The number of MAHO neighbors of the serving face and server group.
Rev_NumberOfNeighbors is obtained from the Cell TDMA Locate Reply message.

Rev_SATorDVCC
The SAT (Supervisory Audio Tone for Analog) or DVCC (Digital Verification Color Code for
TDMA) of the radio serving the call. SAT and DVCC are obtained from the Locate Request
message.

Rev_SignalStrength
The Signal Strength as measured by the serving analog or digital radio unit.
Rev_SignalStrength is obtained from the HSOPL TDMA Locate Reply or the HSOPL Analog
Locate Reply message.

Rev_Timeslot
The allocated time slot for the traffic channel. The time slot is obtained from the Locate
Request message.

Reverse_FCH_IsActive
No further information available.

Reverse_SCH_NumberActiveChannels
No further information available.

Reverse_SCH0_IsActive
No further information available.

Reverse_SCH0_Rate
No further information available.

Reverse_SCH1_IsActive
No further information available.

Reverse_SCH1_Rate
No further information available.

RevFER
This attribute contains the reverse frame error rate as follows:

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FER=100*(NB+NFE)/NT
Where,
NT=NB+NFN+NFE+NH+NQ+NE
Where
NB=Count of frames with insufficient quality for rate estimation
NFN=Count of full rate frames without errors
NFE=Count of full rate frames with errors
NH=Count of all 1/2 rate frames
NQ=Count of all 1/4 rate frames
NE=Count of all 1/8 rate frames

RevFER_FullMarkov
This attribute indicates the reverse frame error rate assuming that a full rate Markov call was
used during the measurement period. This attribute is only valid for full rate Markov calls.
FER=100*(NB+NFE+NH+NQ+NE)/NT
Where
NT=NB+NFN+NFE+NH+NQ+NE
and
NB=Count of frames with insufficient quality for rate estimation
NFN=Count of full rate frames without errors
NFE=Count of full rate frames with errors
NH=Count of all 1/2 rate frames
NQ=Count of all 1/4 rate frames
NE=Count of all 1/8 rate frames

RevisionNumber
No further information available.

RevMUXStatistics_xx
This attribute indicates the statistics for reverse link MUX counter reports. XX is a two digit
number which increments for each report.

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RevSAT
The SAT (Supervisory Audio Tone) of the radio serving the call obtained from the Locate
Request message.

RevVocoderRate
This attribute indicates the data rate of the mobile station vocoder.

RF_Mode
This attribute indicates the mode of the test mobile as follows:
Value
0
1
2
3

Mode
Analog
CDMA
PCN
Sleep

RLPErasuresReceived
The number of RLP Erasured received reported in the RLP packet.

RMAC_Access_BurstType
See 'GPRS - further information'.

RMAC_Alpha
See 'GPRS - further information'.

RMAC_ARFCN_Index
See 'GPRS - further information'.

RMAC_Block_Channel_Coding
See 'GPRS - further information'.

RMAC_BS_CV_MAX
See 'GPRS - further information'.

RMAC_C_Value
See 'GPRS - further information'.

RMAC_Cause
See 'GPRS - further information'.

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RMAC_CBCH_TS_Number
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_Cell_Reselect_Hysteresis
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_Channel_Coding_Cmd
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_ChannelType_TDMAOffset
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_Contention_Res_TLLI
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_AckBitRate_PerTFI
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_AckBitRate_SinceLastAckNack
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_AckBitSum_PerTFI
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_AckBitSum_SinceLastAckNack
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_BitRate_SinceLastAckNack1
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_BLER_ForFile1
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_BLER_ForFile2
See GPRS - further information.

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RMAC_DL_BLER_PerTFI1
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_BLER_PerTFI2
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_BLER_SinceLastAckNack1
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_BLER_SinceLastAckNack2
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_Blk_Repetition_SinceLastAckNack
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_BlockRate_SinceLastAckNack1
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_BSN
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_Channel_Coding_Cmd
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_CS_Actual
GPRS - further information (See page 293)

RMAC_DL_Ctrl_Timeslot
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_Data_TFI
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_Efficiency_PerTFI
See GPRS - further information.

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RMAC_DL_Efficiency_SinceLastAckNack
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_Expected_BSN_Range
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_Final_Acl_Ind
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_Msg_Type
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_NumTimeslots_Used
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_NumTimeslots_Used_Actual
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_NumTimeslots_Used_Ordered
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_RadioEfficiency_PerTFI
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_RadioEfficiency_SinceLastAckNack
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_Received_Bitmap
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_Received_BSN_Range
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_SSN
See GPRS - further information.

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RMAC_DL_SuccessRate_ForFile
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_SuccessRate_PerTFI
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_SuccessRate_SinceLastAckNack
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_TBF
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_TBF_Release
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_TFI_Assignment
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_TimeToAck
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_TimeToResume
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_TimingAdvance_Ordered
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_TotalBitRate_PerTFI
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_TotalBitRate_SinceLastAckNack
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_TotalBitSum_PerTFI
See GPRS - further information.

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RMAC_DL_TotalBitSum_SinceLastAckNack
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_TransmissionTime_PerTFI
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_TransmissionTime_SinceLastAckNack
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_TS_Actual_xx
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_DL_TS_Ordered_xx
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_EventBoth_TBFs_AbnormalRelease
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_EventBoth_TBFs_NormalRelease
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_EventCellUpdateFail
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_EventCellUpdateOk
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_EventDL_TBF_AbnormalRelease
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_EventDL_TBF_NormalRelease
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_EventPDCH_Release
See GPRS - further information.

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RMAC_EventUL_TBF_AbnormalRelease
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_EventUL_TBF_NormalRelease
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_Gamma_TN_xx
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_HCS_PriorityClass
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_HCS_Threshold
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_HSN
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_I_Level_TN_xx
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_Immediate_Release
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_Interference_ServCell
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_MA_Number
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_MAC_Mode
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_MAIO
See GPRS - further information.

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RMAC_MS_TxPwr_Max_CCH
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_N_Avg_I
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_NC_BSIC
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_NMO
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_P0
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_Page_Mode
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_PAN_DEC
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_PAN_INC
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_PAN_MAX
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_Pb
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_PBCCH_Location
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_Peak_Tput_Class
See GPRS - further information.

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RMAC_Persistence_Level1
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_Persistence_Level2
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_Persistence_Level3
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_Persistence_Level4
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_Priority_Access_Thr
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_Radio_Priority
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_RFL_Number
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_RLC_Blocks_Granted
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_RxLev_Access_Min
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_RxLev_ServCell
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_RxQual
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_Same_RA_ServCell
See GPRS - further information.

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RMAC_ServARFCN
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_ServBSIC
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_Sign_Var
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_Single_Alloc_Gamma_TN
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_Start_Frequency
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_Status_Msg_Type
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_T_Avg_T
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_T_Avg_W
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_T_Resel
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_TargetBCH
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_TargetBSIC
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_TBF_Cause
See GPRS - further information.

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RMAC_TBF_Release_Cause
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_TimingAdvance
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_TimingAdvanceIndex
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_TLLI
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_TQI
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_TS_Single_RMAC_UL
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_TSC
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_TX_INT
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_AckBitRate_PerTFI
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_AckBitRate_SinceLastAckNack
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_AckBitSum_PerTFI
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_AckBitSum_SinceLastAckNack
See GPRS - further information.

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RMAC_UL_BitRate_SinceLastAckNack1
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_BLER_ForFile1
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_BLER_ForFile2
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_BLER_PerTFI1
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_BLER_PerTFI2
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_BLER_SinceLastAckNack1
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_BLER_SinceLastAckNack2
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_Blk_Repetition_SinceLastAckNack
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_BlockRate_SinceLastAckNack1
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_BSN
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_Channel_Coding_Cmd
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_CS_Actual
See GPRS - further information.

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RMAC_UL_CS_Ordered
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_Data_TFI
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_Efficiency_PerTFI
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_Efficiency_SinceLastAckNack
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_Expected_BSN_Range
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_Final_Acl_Ind
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_Msg_Type
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_NumTimeslots_Used
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_NumTimeslots_Used_Actual
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_NumTimeslots_Used_Ordered
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_RadioEfficiency_PerTFI
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_RadioEfficiency_SinceLastAckNack
See GPRS - further information.

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RMAC_UL_Received_Bitmap
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_Received_BSN_Range
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_SSN
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_SuccessRate_ForFile
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_SuccessRate_PerTFI
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_SuccessRate_SinceLastAckNack
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_TBF
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_TBF_Release
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_TFI_Assignment
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_TimeToAck
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_TimeToResume
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_TimingAdvance_Actual
See GPRS - further information.

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RMAC_UL_TimingAdvance_Ordered
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_TimingAdvance_TS_Number
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_TotalBitRate_PerTFI
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_TotalBitRate_SinceLastAckNack
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_TotalBitSum_PerTFI
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_TotalBitSum_SinceLastAckNack
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_TransmissionTime_PerTFI
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_TransmissionTime_SinceLastAckNack
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_TS_Actual_xx
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_UL_TS_Ordered_xx
See GPRS - further information.

RMAC_USF_TN_xx
See GPRS - further information.

RNC_id
Radio Network Controller ID.

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RoundTripDelay_Primary
The time it takes for a radio signal to travel from the base station from which the primary
traffic channel is transmitted to the mobile and back. It is an indication of how far a mobile is
from the site. This value does not include inherent cell delay.

RoundTripDelay_Quaternary
The time it takes for a radio signal to travel from the base station from which the quaternary
traffic channel is transmitted to the mobile and back. It is an indication of how far a mobile is
from the site. This value does not include inherent cell delay.

RoundTripDelay_Quinary
The time it takes for a radio signal to travel from the base station from which the quinary traffic
channel is transmitted to the mobile and back. It is an indication of how far a mobile is from
the site. This value does not include inherent cell delay.

RoundTripDelay_Secondary
The time it takes for a radio signal to travel from the base station from which the secondary
traffic channel is transmitted to the mobile and back. It is an indication of how far a mobile is
from the site. This value does not include inherent cell delay.

RoundTripDelay_Senary
The time it takes for a radio signal to travel from the base station from which the senary traffic
channel is transmitted to the mobile and back. It is an indication of how far a mobile is from
the site. This value does not include inherent cell delay.

RoundTripDelay_Tertiary
The time it takes for a radio signal to travel from the base station from which the tertiary traffic
channel is transmitted to the mobile and back. It is an indication of how far a mobile is from
the site. This value does not include inherent cell delay.

RSSI
The Received Signal Strength Indication received by the test mobile measured in dBm.
For LCC CDMA/AMPS in binary format, it defines the signal strength (in dBm) when the
mobile is in analog mode and is part of the Analog measurement message.
For Grayson, RSSI is derived from the Channel Report in the messaging.
For ZKCellTest, RSSI is derived from the Phone Status Messaging.

RSSI_Alpha_xx
Received Signal Strength Indicator for the logical antenna face alpha, obtained from the
Locate Reply message.

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RSSI_Beta_xx
Received Signal Strength Indicator for the logical antenna face beta, obtained from the
Locate Reply message.

RSSI_Delta_xx
Received Signal Strength Indicator for the logical antenna face delta, obtained from the
Locate Reply message.

RSSI_Epsilon_xx
Received Signal Strength Indicator for the logical antenna face epsilon, obtained from the
Locate Reply message.

RSSI_Face_Server Group Number


The signal strength obtained from the 3/6-Sector Non-Serving Cell Locate Reply message.
Face refers to the antenna face reporting the measurement and Server Group Number is 0
or 1.

RSSI_Gamma_xx
Received Signal Strength Indicator for the logical antenna face gamma, obtained from the
Locate Reply message.

RSSI_Omni_xx
Received Signal Strength Indicator for the logical antenna face omni, obtained from the
Locate Reply message.

RSSI_Zeta_xx
Received Signal Strength Indicator for the logical antenna face zeta, obtained from the
Locate Reply message.

Rx_Audio_Mute
Indicates if the received audio of the test mobile is muted. This occurs when the measured
Supervisory Auditory Tone determination does not agree with the SAT color code (SCC)
received in the mobile station control message. A value of 1 indicates that the Receive Audio
Mute is enabled and a value of 0 indicates that the Receive Audio Mute is disabled. This
parameter is derived from the Status Report in the messaging.

Rx_Mute
Indicates if the received audio of the test mobile is muted. This occurs when the measured
Supervisory Auditory Tone determination does not agree with the SAT color code (SCC)
received in the mobile station control message. A value of 1 indicates that the Receive Audio
Mute is enabled and a value of 0 indicates that the Receive Audio Mute is disabled. This
parameter is derived from the Status Report in the messaging.

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RxLev_DL
Contains the distribution and CDF of all reported RxLev values measured on the downlink.
RxLev is equal to the value of RxLevFull unless DTX is active on the link in which case it is
set to the value of RxLevSub.

RxLev_DL vs. RxQual_DL


Contains distributions and CDFs for the average of RxQual values grouped per ranges of
RxLev ranges for downlink measurement reports. RxLev is equal to the value of RxLevFull
unless DTX is active on the link in which case it is set to the value of RxLevSub.

RxLev_UL
Contains the distribution and CDF of all reported RxLev values measured on the uplink.
RxLev is equal to the value of RxLevFull unless DTX is active on the link in which case it is
set to the value of RxLevSub.

RxLev_UL vs. RxQual_UL


Contains distributions and CDFs for the average of RxQual values grouped per ranges of
RxLev ranges for uplink measurement reports. RxQual(Lev) is equal to the value of
RxQual(Lev)Full unless DTX is active on the link in which case it is set to the value of
RxQual(Lev)Sub.

RxLevFull Stats
The RxLevFull Stats attribute contains a histogram of the RxLevFull data set.

RxLevSub Stats
The RxLevSub Stats attribute contains a histogram of the RxLevSub data set.

RxQual_DL
Contains the distribution and CDF of all reported RxQual values measured on the downlink.
RxQual is equal to the value of RxQualFull unless DTX is active on the link in which case it is
set to the value of RxQualSub.

RxQual_DL vs. RxQual_UL


Contains distributions and CDFs for the average of RxQual values measured on the uplink
grouped per ranges of RxQual values measured on the downlink path. RxQual is equal to the
value of RxQualFull unless DTX is active on the link in which case it is set to the value of
RxQualSub.

RxQual_UL
Contains the distribution and CDF of all reported RxQual values measured on the uplink.
RxQual is equal to the value of RxQualFull unless DTX is active on the link in which case it is
set to the value of RxQualSub.

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RxQualFull Stats
The RxQualFull Stats attribute contains a histogram of the RxQualFull data set.

RxQualSub Stats
The RxQualSub Stats attribute contains a histogram of the RxQualSub data set.

SAC
Service Area Code.

Sagem_BLER
See GPRS - further information.

SAMPLE_RATE
No further information available.

SAPI
Used to indicate the specific service provided for the message.

SAT
This displays the Supervisory Audio Tone, which is transmitted on an analog voice channel
between the mobile and the base station to verify reliable transmissions.
For LCC CDMA/AMPS in binary format, it defines the SAT/SCC value when the mobile is in
analog mode and is part of the Analog measurement message.
For Grayson, SAT is derived from the Status Report in the messaging. The Supervisory Audio
Tones are assigned as follows.

SAT Number 0= SAT Frequency 5970 Hz

SAT Number 1= SAT Frequency 6000 Hz

SAT Number 2 = SAT Frequency 6030 Hz

ScanBinDBMeanRSSI_xx
Data array that returns the dBMean Received Signal Strength Indication value for the
scanned frequency XX in a given bin.

ScanBinLinMeanRSSI_xx
Data array that returns the linear mean Received Signal Strength Indication value for scanned
frequency XX in the bin.

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ScanBinMaxRSSI_xx
Data array that returns the maximum Received Signal Strength Indication value of scanned
frequency XX in the bin.

ScanBinMedianRSSI_xx
Data array that returns the median Received Signal Strength Indication for the XX scanned
frequency in the given bin.

ScanBinMinRSSI_xx
Data array that returns the minimum Received Signal Strength Indication value of scanned
frequency XX in a given bin.

ScanBinStdDevRSSI_xx
Data array that returns the standard deviation of Received Signal Strength Indication for
scanned frequency XX in the given bin.

ScanBSIC_xx
Returns the Base Station Identity Code for the GSM scanned frequency specified.

ScanChannelIsUplink_xx
Data array that indicates whether scanned channel XX is an uplink or downlink channel. 0
indicates the channel is downlink, 1 if it is an uplink channel.

ScanChannelNetworkType_XX
Data array which indicates the network type the scanned channel XX comes from:
Value
-1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Network Type
Invalid
GSM
DCS
ETACS
AMPS
Landline
CDMA
PCS 1900
IS136 800
IS136 1900
CDMA 1900

ScanChannelNo_xx
Data array that indicates the occurrences of scanned channel XX.

ScanChannelNumber_xx
This identifies the logical number for channel xx.

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ScanColorCode_xx
This identifies the color code for channel xx.

ScanCWBandwidth
No further information available.

ScanCWBinNumber
No further information available.

ScanCWDistBinSize
Indicates the length in meters of the distance bin that the frequency scans were performed at.

ScanCWDistTravelled
No further information available.

ScanCWTimeBinSize
Indicates the time in seconds of the bin size that frequency scans were performed at.

ScanFrequency_xx
Data array that indicates the occurrences of scanned frequency XX.

ScanListIdxIsChanNo
Indicates whether the index of the arrays stored is a GSM or AMPS channel number.

ScanNborSQE_xx
The received neighbor Signal Quality Estimate, a logarithmic ratio of signal strength over
interference plus noise power, for channel xx.

ScanNumFrequencies
Indicates the number of frequencies scanned.

ScanRSSI_by_Carrier_xx
The value of the Received Signal Strength Indication (in dBm) of the channel with Carrier
Number xx.

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ScanRSSI_xx
Received Signal Strength Indication (in dBm). The signal strength for the xxth strongest
carrier measured.

ScanSigLevel_xx
Data array that indicates the Received Signal Strength Indication values for all scanned
frequency XX

ScanSignalLevelFor_BCCH_XX_BSIC_YY
Analyzer sorts through all the scanned measurements made in the file and compiles a list of
BCCHs and BSICs decoded for the BCCHs. This list is then translated to the workspace as
an array of BCCH/ BSIC pairs at file load time.
XX- indicates a particular BCCH
YY- indicates a BSIC scanned for BCCH XX

ScanSortBSIC_by_SigLevel_xx
Data array which returns the BSIC for the strongest to weakest channel numbers scanned. As
an example, for a scan list of Y frequencies, array 0 will return the BSIC of the strongest
scanned frequency and array Y, the weakest.

ScanSortChannelNo_by_SigLevel_xx
Data array which returns the channel numbers of the strongest to weakest scanned Received
Signal Strength Indication values. As an example, for a scan list of Y frequencies, array 0 will
return the channel number of the strongest scanned frequency and array Y, the weakest.

ScanSortIndex_by_SigLevel_xx
Data array which sorts the Received Signal Strength Indication values of each indexed
frequency from strongest to weakest. As an example, for a scan list of Y frequencies, the
strongest RSSI values are in array 0, the weakest in array Y.

ScanSortSigLevel_by_SigLevel_xx
Data array that sorts the Received Signal Strength Indication values from each scanned
frequency from strongest to weakest. As an example, for a scan list of Y frequencies, the
strongest RSSI values are in array 0, the weakest in array Y.

ScanSQE_by_Carrier_xx
Identifies the Signal Quality Estimate reported by the scanner when assigned a channel with
Carrier Number xx.

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SDErr
The error status of the SDMAC and is obtained from the Locate Request message. SDERR
is described in the following table.
SDERR
0
1
2
3

Description
The measurement is valid
The Signal Strength Estimate is not valid
The SDMAC was not received from the Voice Radio
Errors 1 and 2 occurred

SDMAC
Stored Dynamic Mobile Attenuation Code, which is accessed from the serving cell whenever
RF Call Trace signal strength measurements are requested by the ECP. This parameter
permits adjustment of the signal strength data for analysis and is obtained from the HSOPL
Cell Analog Locate Reply or the HSOPL Cell TDMA Locate Reply messages.

SearcherMaxEnergy
This attribute indicates the maximum Ec/Io value reported by the searcher finger in the most
recently reported search window measurement.

SecondarySite
This attribute indicates the ID of the secondary serving sector. The secondary serving sector
is the second oldest server among active pilots.

SEIZURE_TYPE
No further information available.

Series2IFType
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

SERV_SS
This displays the Serv_SS, which is a nonnegative offset parameter that is used in cell
reselection process and is invoked autonomously by DCCH capable phones. This message is
obtained from the Layer 3 messages on the E-BCCH (Neighbor Cell) in the Data record of the
TEMS log file.

ServBCCH
This identifies the Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number supporting the Broadcast
Control Channel for the current serving cell.

ServBSIC
This identifies the Base Station Identity Code for the serving cell.

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ServBSPower
This displays the base station power used on the downlink in dBm.

ServBSTxPowStepActual
This indicates the actual value (0..15) of the downlink power down step (in 2dB increments)
reported from the BTS to the BSC pertinent to the active connection.

ServBSTxPowStepOrdered
This indicates the commanded value (0..15) of the downlink power down step (in 2dB
increments) sent from the BSC to the BTS pertinent to the active connection.

ServC1
Path loss criterion used for cell selection and reselection. It is defined by:
(A-Max(B,0)) where
A=Received level average- RXLEV_ACCESS_MIN
B=MSTxPWR_MAXCCH- P
P=Maximum RF Output power of the MS.
RXLEV_ACCESS_MIN=Minimum received level at the MS required for access to the system.
MSTxPWR_MAXCCH=Maximum TX power level a MS may use when accessing the system
until otherwise commanded.
Except for the class 3 DCS 1800 mobile where:
B= MSTxPWR_MAXCCH + POWER OFFSET P
The path loss criterion is satisfied if C1> 0. For further information on criteria for cell selection
and reselection, please consult the GSM specifications 05.08.

ServC2
Used only for cell reselection and defined by the following:
C2 (dB) = C1 (dB) + CellReselectOffset (dB) - TemporaryOffset(dB) * H(PenaltyTime (s)- T),
in cases when PenaltyTime= 11111
C2 (dB) = C1 (dB) - CellReselectOffset (dB)
For non-serving cells:
H(x)=

0, when x < 0

1, when x 0
For serving cells:

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H(x)=

ServCallReestAllowed
0
1

Yes
No

ServCellBarAccess
0
1

No
Yes

ServChannelNumber
This identifies the logical channel number currently in use by the mobile.

ServChannelType
This identifies the logical channel description currently in use by the mobile. These consist of
one of the following mappings.

TCH/F+SAACH

TCH/H+SAACH

SDCCH/4(3)+SAACH/4 (+CBCH)

SDCCH/8(7)+SAACH/8 (+CBCH)

ServCI
This identifies the serving cell identity code for the current serving cell.

ServCodeChannel
This attribute indicates the Walsh code currently being used on the forward traffic channel
(there are 64 available Walsh codes).

ServColorCode
No further information available.

ServCurRadioLinkTimeout
This indicates the current value of Radio Link Timeout calculated by the mobile. When this
value equals that of CellMaxRadioLinkTimeout the speech channel will be cleared down by
the mobile if the connection is not already terminated.

ServDistanceChan
The channel number of the best server used in the calculation of the ServingCellDistance
attribute.

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ServDLMeasInvalid
This indicates (with a non zero value) when data in the measurement report is invalid
because the mobile has not successfully decoded the Broadcast Control Channel on the
measured Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number. This typically occurs immediately
after completion of handover.

ServDTX
Serving Cell DTX.
Value
0
1
2

Meaning
May Use
Used
May Not Use

ServDTXUsed
This indicates to the mobile the permitted use of discontinuous transmission on the uplink as
shall use, shall not use, or permitted to use.

ServerHostAddress
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

ServFER
This displays the frame error rate in percent reported by the mobile while in call.

ServFreqChannel
This attribute indicates the channel number of the RF carrier frequency as specific in IS-95 or
J-STD-008.

ServHSN
This identifies the hopping sequence number to be used by the mobile when assigned to a
hopping traffic channel on the serving cell.

Service_Started
iDEN Call Scenario Responses with a Service Started or TI Duplex Connection. This can
occur during Private Call, Call Alert, Telephone Interconnect, or Group Call Responses..

ServiceOption
This attribute indicates the feature set associated with the mobile unit. Please see IS-95 or JSTD-008 for more information.

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ServingCell_MS_ACC_PWR
This displays the MS_ACC_PWR, the maximum nominal output power required by the mobile
to access the cell it is currently being served by.

ServingCell_RSS_ACC_MIN
This displays the RSS_ACC_MIN, the minimum control-channel signal strength needed by
the mobile to access the serving cell.

ServingCell_SS_SUFF
This displays the SS_SUFF, the minimum downlink signal strength (dBm), which can be
considered sufficient for control channel reselection for the serving cell.

ServingCellDistance
The distance from the measurement unit to the serving base station for all bins along the
drive test route. For CDMA, if the mobile is engaged in handoff with one or more base
stations, the distance is calculated to the base station with the strongest pilot in terms of
Ec/Io.

ServingCellID
The ID code for the serving cell for all bins along the drive test route.

ServingCellLat
The latitude of the serving cell for all bins along the drive test route.

ServingCellLon
The longitude of the serving cell for all bins along the drive test route.

ServingSectorID
The ID code for the serving sector for all bins along the drive test route.

ServIsHopping
This identifies the current traffic channel as consisting of a hopping (1) or non-hopping (0)
frequency set.

ServLAC
This indicates the location area code (paging area) of the current serving cell.

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ServMAIO
This identifies the mobile allocation index number to be used by the mobile when assigned to
a hopping traffic channel on the serving cell.

ServMCC
This identifies the mobile country code of the current serving cell and its associated PLMN,
which uniquely identifies the country of the PLMN.

ServMNC
This identifies the mobile network code of the current serving cell and its associated PLMN,
which uniquely identifies the network within the home country.

ServMsTxPowerActual
This indicates the value of transmit power currently in use by the mobile active in call. This is
expressed as either the power down from maximum in 2dB increments (Rohde and Schwarz
format) or the absolute value in dB units (LCC GSM format).

ServMsTxPowerOrdered
This displays the power order instruction sent from the base station to the mobile. Derived
from System Information type 5 messages.

ServMsTxPowStepActual
No further information available.

ServPowerControl
Serving Cell Power Control.

ServRadioLinkTimeoutCur
No further information available.

ServRSSI
This indicates the value of the Received Signal Strength Indication (in dBm) of the current
serving channel.

ServRSSI_by_Carrier_xx
This identifies the Received Signal Strength Indication reported by the mobile when assigned
a channel with Carrier Number xx.

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ServRxLevEither
No further information available.

ServRxLevFull
Serving Cell RxLev Full in dBm (for example, -78). This indicates the value of received signal
strength (RxLev) measured by the mobile for the serving cell when in call. The full average
comprises of all the samples taken over the SAACH period.

ServRxLevFull_by_Arfcn_xx
This identifies the RxLev(Full) reported by the mobile when assigned a serving traffic channel
with Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number xx.

ServRxLevIdle
This indicates the value of received signal strength (RxLev) measured by the mobile on the
camped cell in the idle mode.

ServRxLevIdle_by_Arfcn_xx
This identifies the RxLev reported by the mobile in the idle mode when camped on a
Broadcast Control Channel with Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number xx.

ServRxLevSub
Serving Cell RxLev Full in dBm (for example, -78). This indicates the value of received signal
strength (RxLev) measured by the mobile for the serving cell when in call. The sub average
comprises of a subset of samples on the mandatory bursts within the SAACH period.

ServRxLevSub_by_Arfcn_xx
This identifies the RxLev(Sub) reported by the mobile when assigned a serving traffic channel
with Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number xx.

ServRxQualFull
Serving Cell RxLev Full range 0..7 (for example, 2). This indicates the value of bit error rate
class represented by RxQual measured by the mobile for the serving cell when in call and
averaged for all the samples over the previous SAACH period.

ServRxQualFull_by_Arfcn_xx
This identifies the RxQual(Full) reported by the mobile when assigned a serving traffic
channel with Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number xx.

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ServRxQualSub
This indicates the value bit error rate class represented by RxQual measured by the mobile
for the serving cell when in call. The sub average comprises of a subset of samples on the
mandatory bursts within the SAACH period. The range of RxQualSub is 0-7.

ServRxQualSub_by_Arfcn_xx
This identifies the RxQual(Sub) reported by the mobile when assigned a serving traffic
channel with Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number xx.

ServSQE
This identifies the received Signal Quality Estimate, a logarithmic ratio of carrier signal
strength over interference plus noise power.

ServSQE_by_Carrier_xx
This identifies the Signal Quality Estimate reported by the mobile when assigned a channel
with Carrier Number xx.

ServSQE_xx
The received Signal Quality Estimate, a logarithmic ratio of signal strength over interference
plus noise power, for channel xx.

ServSubChannelNo
No further information available.

ServTCH
This identifies the Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number supporting the traffic channel
currently serving the mobile.

ServTimeSlot
This identifies the timeslot number (0..7) currently supporting the traffic channel serving the
mobile.

ServTimingAdvanceActual
This indicates the value (0..63) of the timing advance currently in use by the mobile. This
message is used to acknowledge the setting sent by the ServTimingAdvanceOrdered
attribute.

ServTimingAdvanceActual_by_Arfcn_xx
This identifies the actual timing advance in use by the mobile when assigned a serving traffic
channel with Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number xx.

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ServTimingAdvanceOrdered
This displays the time alignment instruction sent from the base station to the mobile,
instructing the advance of transmissions to nullify the delay inherent in the MS-BTS
separation (0..63). Derived from System Information type 5 messages.

ServTrainingSeq
This indicates the training sequence number (0..7) supported by the traffic channel currently
serving the mobile.

SID
This displays the System Identification, which is a digital identification associated with a
cellular system. Each system is assigned a unique number. This message is decoded from
the Extended MS Data Report Data record of the TEMS log file.

SIEMENS_PCU_CodingScheme
See GPRS - further information.

SIEMENS_PCU_Frame_Type
See GPRS - further information.

Signal Tone
The test mobiles status of the 10 kHz signaling tone (0=No Signal Tone, 1=Signal Tone).
For Comarco, the signal tone is derived from the Status Report in the messaging.
For ZKCellTest, the signal tone is derived from the Phone Status Messaging.

SignalLevelGain
The amplification factor for the received signal.

SignalPollCount
The signal poll count obtained from the Locate Request message.

SignalStrength_Alpha_xx
Signal strength for the logical antenna face alpha, obtained from the Locate Reply
message.

SignalStrength_Beta_xx
Signal strength for the logical antenna face beta, obtained from the Locate Reply message.

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SignalStrength_Delta_xx
Signal strength for the logical antenna face delta, obtained from the Locate Reply message.

SignalStrength_Epsilon_xx
Signal strength for the logical antenna face epsilon, obtained from the Locate Reply
message.

SignalStrength_Face_Server Group Number


The signal strength obtained from the 3/6-Sector Serving Cell Locate Reply message. Face
refers to the antenna face reporting the measurement and Server Group Number is 0 or 1.

SignalStrength_Gamma_xx
Signal strength for the logical antenna face gamma, obtained from the Locate Reply
message.

SignalStrength_Omni_xx
Signal strength for the logical antenna face omni, obtained from the Locate Reply message.

SignalStrength_Zeta_xx
Signal strength for the logical antenna face zeta, obtained from the Locate Reply message.

SignalTone
The test mobile's status of the 10 kHz signaling tone (0=No Signal Tone, 1=Signal Tone). For
ZKCellTest, the signal tone is derived from the Phone Status Messaging.

SigProcModulesFullExpand
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

SimpleMOS
The Mean Opinion Score for the current loop and sequence.

Slot_Configuration
This displays at what rate and which slots are configured in the TDMA frame to transfer
DCCH information. Both full-rate DCCH operation using slots 1 and 4 and half-rate using only
slot 1 is supported in IS-136. This is best seen in the Message Browser module of Analyzer.
This message is obtained from the Layer 3 messages on the F-BCCH in the Data record of
the TEMS log file.

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SlotCycleIndex
No further information available. Look in MDM for this definition

SMS_Map
Short Message Service Map.

SNDCP_DataCompressed
See GPRS - further information.

SNDCP_FirstSegment
See GPRS - further information.

SNDCP_FrameType
See GPRS - further information.

SNDCP_MoreSegments
See GPRS - further information.

SNDCP_NPDU_AckNumber
See GPRS - further information.

SNDCP_NPDU_UnackNumber
See GPRS - further information.

SNDCP_NSAPI
See GPRS - further information.

SNDCP_PayloadCompressed
See GPRS - further information.

SNDCP_PayloadLength
See GPRS - further information.

SNDCP_ProtocolCompressed
See GPRS - further information.

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SNDCP_SegmentNumber
See GPRS - further information.

SNDCP_ThroughputDOWNLINK
See GPRS - further information.

SNDCP_ThroughputUPLINK
See GPRS - further information.

SoundCardNumber
The number of the sound card in the system used for the session.

Source_Stats_Descriptor
Specfies characteristics of the source of submitted SDUs.

SpeedKph
The estimated average speed of the measurement equipment in units of kph.

SpeedMph
The estimated average speed of the measurement equipment in units of mph.

SSFVC
From the Digital Signal Strength Measurements message, the SSFVC is the time filtered
signal strength for the forward voice channel from the present cell.

SSRVC
From the Digital Signal Strength Measurements message, the SSFVC is the time filtered
signal strength for the reverse voice channel from the present cell.

SSSTDRVC
From the Digital Signal Strength Measurements message, the SSSTDRVC is the standard
deviation of signal strength filtered for the reverse voice channel from the present cell.

State:Analogue_Link_Conversation
No further information available.

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State:Call_Origination
No further information available.

State:Call_Origination_Failed
No further information available.

State:Check_IDTC
No further information available.

State:DCC_Not_Running
No further information available.

State:Digital_Link_Conversation
No further information available.

State:DTC_Not_Running
No further information available.

State:Initial_DCC_Selection
No further information available.

State:WAing_For Answer
No further information available.

State:Waiting For Order


No further information available.

State:Waiting For Order (Incoming Call)


No further information available.

StationClassMark
The station class mark indicates the mobile stations power class. Please see IS-95 Table
2.3.3-1 for more information.

StatsHandoverDuration
The Handover Duration attribute contains the duration of handover, defined as the time
between RR:Handover Command and RR:Handover Complete messages.

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StatsHandoverInterval
The Handover Interval attribute contains a histogram of the time interval between a
RR:Handover Complete and the next RR:Handover Complete message.

StreamDeviceType
No further information available.

StreamLabel
<logfile name>:<stream name>
Both these names are as they appear in the Workspace Explorer.

StreamLabelShort
This is the stream name as it appears in the Workspace Explorer.

StreamLoadType
No further information available.

StreamNetworkType
No further information available.

StreamStartAbsTime
No further information available.

StreamStartGMTDay
No further information available.

StreamStartGMTHour
No further information available.

StreamStartGMTMinute
No further information available.

StreamStartGMTMonth
No further information available.

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StreamStartGMTSecond
No further information available.

StreamStartGMTYear
No further information available.

StreamTypeFlags
No further information available.

Subflow_SDU_Size
Indicates the exact size of the SDU in bits.

SwitchHandoverType
No further information available.

System_Busy
iDEN Call Scenario Responses with a Service Stopped Cause of 11. This can occur during
Private Call, Call Alert, Telephone Interconnect, or Group Call Responses.

System_SystemA/B_CtoI
The Carrier-to-Interference ratio (in dB) for the current operating channel and the interfering
adjacent channel in reference to a SystemA/B, where SystemA/B can be A or B.
System_SystemA/B_C/I is derived from the Interference Messaging.

System_SystemA/B_DCC max_0
Represents the strongest Digital Color Code (there are four possible Digital Color Codes)
received in the set while the mobile is in idle mode. System_SystemA/B_DCC max_0 is
derived from the Control Channel Messaging in reference to a SystemA/B, where SystemA/B
can be A or B.

System_SystemA/B_DCC max_1
Represents the second strongest Digital Color Code (there are four possible Digital Color
Codes) received in the set while the mobile is in idle mode. System_SystemA/B_DCC max_1
is derived from the Control Channel Messaging in reference to a SystemA/B, where
SystemA/B can be A or B.

System_SystemA/B_DCC max_2
Represents the third strongest Digital Color Code (there are four possible Digital Color
Codes) received in the set while the mobile is in idle mode. System_SystemA/B_DCC max_2
is derived from the Control Channel Messaging in reference to a SystemA/B, where
SystemA/B can be A or B.

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System_SystemA/B_Interferer_Chan
The adjacent interfering analog voice channel number in reference a SystemA/B, where
SystemA/B can be A or B. System_SystemA/B_Interferer Chan is derived from the
Interference Messaging.

System_SystemA/B_Interferer_RSSI
The Received Signal Strength Indication of the adjacent interfering analog channel in
reference to a SystemA/B, where SystemA/B can be A or B. System_SystemA/B_Interferer
RSSI is derived from the Interference Messaging.

System_SystemA/B_Interferer_SAT
The Supervisory Audio Tone of the adjacent interfering analog channel in reference to a
SystemA/B, where SystemA/B can be A or B. System_SystemA/B_Interferer SAT is derived
from the Interference Messaging.

System_SystemA/B_L/U
Indicates (0=L) Lower or (1=U) Upper adjacent channel interference in reference to a
SystemA/B, where SystemA/B can be A or B. System_SystemA/B_L/U is derived from the
Interference Messaging.

System_SystemA/B_NumOfChs_max_0
Represents the number of channels received from the strongest set while the mobile is in
dedicated mode. System_SystemA/B_No. of Chs. max_0 is derived in the Voice Channel
Messaging in reference to a SystemA/B, where SystemA/B can be A or B.

System_SystemA/B_NumOfChs_max_1
Represents the number of channels received from the second strongest set while the mobile
is in dedicated mode. System_SystemA/B_No. of Chs. max_1 is derived in the Voice Channel
Messaging in reference to a SystemA/B, where SystemA/B can be A or B.

System_SystemA/B_NumOfChs_max_2
Represents the number of channels received from the third strongest set while the mobile is
in dedicated mode. System_SystemA/B_No. of Chs. max_2 is derived in the Voice Channel
Messaging in reference to a SystemA/B, where SystemA/B can be A or B.

System_SystemA/B_RSSI_max_0
Represents the strongest Received Signal Strength Indication in the set while the mobile is in
idle mode. System_SystemA/B_RSSI max_0 is derived from the Control Channel Messaging
in reference to a SystemA/B, where SystemA/B can be A or B.

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System_SystemA/B_RSSI_max_1
Represents the second strongest Received Signal Strength Indication in the set while the
mobile is in idle mode. System_SystemA/B_RSSI max_1 is derived from the Control Channel
Messaging in reference to a SystemA/B, where SystemA/B can be A or B.

System_SystemA/B_RSSI_max_2
Represents the third strongest Received Signal Strength Indication in the set while the mobile
is in idle mode. System_SystemA/B_RSSI max_2 is derived from the Control Channel
Messaging in reference to a SystemA/B, where SystemA/B can be A or B.

System_SystemA/B_Set_max_0
Indicates the number of the strongest channel set received while the phone is in dedicated
mode. System_SystemA/B_Set max_0 is derived in the Voice Channel Messaging in
reference to a SystemA/B, where SystemA/B can be A or B.

System_SystemA/B_Set_max_1
Indicates the number of the second strongest channel set received while the phone is in
dedicated mode. System_SystemA/B_Set max_1 is derived in the Voice Channel Messaging
in reference to a SystemA/B, where SystemA/B can be A or B.

System_SystemA/B_Set_max_2
Indicates the number of the third strongest channel set received while the phone is in
dedicated mode. System_SystemA/B_Set max_2 is derived in the Voice Channel Messaging
in reference to a SystemA/B, where SystemA/B can be A or
B.System_SystemA/B_SAT_max_0

System_SystemA/B_StdDev_max_0
Represents the Standard Deviation of the strongest received signal strength in the set while
the mobile is in dedicated mode. System_SystemA/B_Std. Dev. max_0 is derived from the
Voice Channel Messaging in reference to a SystemA/B, where SystemA/B can be A or B.

System_SystemA/B_StdDev_max_1
Represents the Standard Deviation of the second strongest received signal strength in the set
while the mobile is in dedicated mode. System_SystemA/B_Std. Dev. max_1 is derived from
the Voice Channel Messaging in reference to a SystemA/B, where SystemA/B can be A or B.

System_SystemA/B_StdDev_max_2
Represents the Standard Deviation of the third strongest received signal strength in the set
while the mobile is in dedicated mode. System_SystemA/B_Std. Dev. max_2 is derived from
the Voice Channel Messaging in reference to a SystemA/B, where SystemA/B can be A or
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SystemID
A unique identification code for cellular/PCS systems. Please see IS-95 section 7.7.1.3 for
more information.

SystemStartupMode
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

SystemType
This indicates whether the System is using an 800 MHz phone, a 1900 MHz phone, or a dual
band phone. This message is obtained from the Header of the TEMS log file.

T_ADD
This attribute indicates the value for the T_ADD handoff setting in dB.

T_COMP
This attribute indicates the value for the T_COMP handoff setting in dB.

T_DROP
This attribute indicates the value for the T_DROP handoff setting in dB.

T_TDROP
This attribute indicates the value for the T_TDROP handoff setting in seconds.

TA
No further information available.

TargetBCCH
This indicates the Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number supporting the Broadcast
Control Channel of the target cell identified as the handoff candidate.

TargetBSIC
This indicates the Base Station Identity Code associated with the target cell identified as the
handoff candidate.

TargetCAList_xx
No further information available.

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TargetChannelNum
Target handover channel.

TargetChannelType
This indicates the logical channel configuration that will support the connection on completion
of handoff to the identified target cell.

TargetCI
No further information available.

TargetColorCode
Target handover color code.

TargetFCS_xx
This indicates the Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number of the channel in position x in
the frequency channel sequence for the traffic channel of the target (candidate) cell.

TargetHandoverReference
No further information available.

TargetHSN
This identifies the hopping sequence number that must be used by the mobile on completion
of handoff to the target cell.

TargetIsHopping
This indicates the hopping status of the target (candidate) cell identified for handoff.

TargetLAC
No further information available.

TargetLogicalChan
No further information available.

TargetLogicalChannel
No further information available.

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TargetMAIO
This identifies the mobile allocation index number to be used by the mobile on completion of
handoff to the target cell.

TargetMAList_xx
This displays the frequency assignment in the number position in the mobile allocation list
received by the mobile at channel assignment. Derived from the channel description
message.

TargetMCC
No further information available.

TargetMNC
No further information available.

TargetMsTxPowerOrdered
This displays the transmit power order for the mobile to use when initiating transmission on
the new channel after handover has been performed. Derived from the RR:Handover
Command.

TargetNumInCAList
This displays the number of channels in the channel sequence used in the cell allocation set
in the target Handover cell.

TargetNumInFCS
This indicates the number of channels in the frequency channel sequence used by the mobile
in the candidate (target) handoff cell.

TargetNumInMAList
This displays the number of channels in the mobile allocation list used in the cell allocation set
in the target Handover cell.

TargetSubChannelNo
No further information available.

TargetTCH
This indicates the Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number supporting the traffic channel
to which the mobile is directed on performing handoff to the candidate (target) cell.

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TargetTimeSlot
This is the timeslot (0..7) supporting the traffic channel to which the mobile is directed on
performing handoff to the candidate (target) cell.

TargetTrainingSeq
This is the training sequence number (0..7) supported by the traffic channel to which the
mobile is directed on performing handoff to the candidate (target) cell.

TCP_AckFlag
See GPRS - further information.

TCP_AcknowledgeNumberDL
See GPRS - further information.

TCP_AcknowledgeNumberUL
See GPRS - further information.

TCP_CheckSum
See GPRS - further information.

TCP_DataOffset
See GPRS - further information.

TCP_DestinationPortDL
See GPRS - further information.

TCP_DestinationPortUL
See GPRS - further information.

TCP_NoMoreDataFromSenderFlag
See GPRS - further information.

TCP_PayloadLength
See GPRS - further information.

TCP_PushFunctionFlag
See GPRS - further information.

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TCP_ResetConnectionFlag
See GPRS - further information.

TCP_SequenceNumberDL
See GPRS - further information.

TCP_SequenceNumberUL
See GPRS - further information.

TCP_SessionId
See GPRS - further information.

TCP_SourcePortDL
See GPRS - further information.

TCP_SourcePortUL
See GPRS - further information.

TCP_SynSeqNoFlag
See GPRS - further information.

TCP_ThroughputDOWNLINK
See GPRS - further information.

TCP_ThroughputUPLINK
See GPRS - further information.

TCP_UrgentPointerField
See GPRS - further information.

TCP_UrgentPointerFlag
See GPRS - further information.

TCP_WindowSizeDL
See GPRS - further information.

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TCP_WindowSizeUL
See GPRS - further information.

Tems_C2A_Minus1
Carrier to adjacent ratio.

Tems_C2A_Minus2
Carrier to adjacent ratio.

Tems_C2A_Plus1
Carrier to adjacent ratio.

Tems_C2A_Plus2
Carrier to adjacent ratio.

Tems_C2I_Channel_xx
The ARFCN channel number.

Tems_C2I_Value_xx
The carrier to interference ratio in dBm.

Tems_SQI
Speech Quality Index.

TertiarySite
This attribute indicates the ID of the tertiary serving sector. The tertiary serving sector is the
third oldest server among active pilots.

TetraEvent_CallCompleted
Call Completed event for Tetra.

TetraEvent_CallDropped
Call Dropped event for Tetra.

TetraEvent_LocUpdateFail
Location Update Fail event for Tetra.

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TetraEvent_LocUpdateOk
Location Update OK event for Tetra.

TetraEvent_OutgoingCallSetupFail
Outgoing Call Setup Fail event for Tetra.

TetraEvent_OutgoingCallSetupOk
Outgoing Call Setup OK event for Tetra.

ThresholdAttributeName
The name of the attribute (if any) that is being used to filter the recorded wave files.

ThresholdLevel
The level associated with the ThresholdAttribute and ThresholdType.

ThresholdType
The type of wave filter to be applied given on the ThresholdAttributeName and
ThresholdLevel.

Time
This identifies the time in seconds of the logged file over the duration of the data collection.

Time_For_Call_Origination_Analogue
No further information available.

Time_For_Call_Origination_Digital
No further information available.

Time_For_Cell_Reselection
No further information available.

Time_For_Registration
No further information available.

Time_Stamp
This attribute indicates the time at which measurements were taken.

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Time_To_Handoff
No further information available.

TIMEALIGN
From the Digital Signal Strength Measurements message, the TIMEALIGN is the absolute
time alignment offset in symbols from the Standard Offset Reference (see IS-54B).

TimeSlot#
Contains the distribution and CDF of all air interface signaling grouped by the Um timeslot
identity.

Timing Advance Stats


The Timing Advance Stats attribute contains a histogram of the timing alignment values
received by the mobile.

TimingAdvance
Contains the distribution and CDF of all measured time alignment values.

TimingAdvance vs. RxQual_DL


Contains distributions and CDFs for the average of RxQual values grouped per ranges of
timing advance ranges measured on the uplink path. RxQual is equal to the value of
RxQualFull unless DTX is active on the link in which case it is set to the value of RxQualSub.

TimingAdvance vs. RxQual_UL


Contains distributions and CDFs for the average of RxQual values grouped per ranges of
timing advance ranges measured on the downlink path. RxQual is equal to the value of
RxQualFull unless DTX is active on the link in which case it is set to the value of RxQualSub.

TooManyNbrWarning
This attribute indicates the presence of more neighbors in the neighbor list than that specified
in the CDMA tab of the Options window under the Tools menu.

TotalLoopsDone
The total number of loops attempted.

TotalLoopsToDo
Total number of loops left to attempt.

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TotalReceivedBytes
No further information available.

TotalTransmittedBytes
No further information available.

TotalWavesInSeq
The number of waves in any one loop.

Traffic_Class
Indicates the type of application for which the Radio Access Bearer service is optimised.

Transfer_Delay
Indicates the maximum delay in milliseconds for 95% of the distribution of delay for all
delivered SDUs during the lifetime of a RAB, where delay for an SDU is defined as the time
from a request to transfer an SDU at one SAP to its delivery at the other SAP.

Tx_Audio_Mute
Indicates if the transmitted audio of the test mobile is muted. A value of 1 indicates the
Transmit Audio Mute is active and a value of 0 indicates that the Transmit Audio Mute is
inactive. This parameter is derived from the Status Report in the messaging.

Tx_Mute
Indicates if the transmitted audio of the test mobile is muted. A value of 1 indicates the
Transmit Audio Mute is active and a value of 0 indicates that the Transmit Audio Mute is
inactive. This parameter is derived from the Status Report in the messaging.

Tx_Power
This displays the average transmit power of the test mobile.

U_CMCE_PDU_Type
No further information available.

U_MM_PDU_Type
No further information available.

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UDP_CheckSum
See GPRS - further information.

UDP_DatagramLength
See GPRS - further information.

UDP_DestinationPortDL
See GPRS - further information.

UDP_DestinationPortUL
See GPRS - further information.

UDP_PayloadLength
See GPRS - further information.

UDP_SessionId
See GPRS - further information.

UDP_SourcePortDL
See GPRS - further information.

UDP_SourcePortUL
See GPRS - further information.

UDP_ThroughputDOWNLINK
See GPRS - further information.

UDP_ThroughputUPLINK
See GPRS - further information.

UL_LLC_NumOfRepeatedFrames4TimePeriod
See GPRS - further information.

UL_LLC_RetransmittedFrameRate
See GPRS - further information.

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UL_LLC_ThroPut
See GPRS - further information.

UL_LLC_ThroPut1
See GPRS - further information.

UL_LLC_ThroPut2
See GPRS - further information.

UL_LLC_TotalFramesTransmitted
See GPRS - further information.

UL_LLC_TotalNumOfFrames4TimePeriod
See GPRS - further information.

UL_RLC_NumOfRepeatedFrames4TimePeriod
See GPRS - further information.

UL_RLC_RetransmittedBlkRate
See GPRS - further information.

UL_RLC_ThroPut
See GPRS - further information.

UL_RLC_ThroPut1
See GPRS - further information.

UL_RLC_ThroPut2
See GPRS - further information.

UL_RLC_TotalBlksTransmitted
See GPRS - further information.

UL_RLC_TotalNumOfFrames4TimePeriod
See GPRS - further information.

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ULDTXUsed
This indicates the status of the DTX flag on the measurement report sent from the mobile
identifying if DTX is in use (1) or not in use (0) on the uplink.

ULMeasInvalid
This indicates the status of the measurement valid flag on the measurement report sent from
the mobile identifying if measurements are to be discarded due to lack of decoded
BCCH/BSIC information typically following a handover (0-False, 1-True Measurement
Invalid).

ULRxLevFull
This displays the RxLev(fullset) signal strength value (-45dBm to -110dBm) measured on the
uplink at the Base station.

ULRxLevFull_by_Arfcn_xx
This displays the RxLev(fullset) signal strength value (-45dBm to -110dBm) for a given
Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number as measured on the uplink at the Base station.

ULRxLevSub
This displays the RxLev(fullset) signal strength value (-45dBm to -110dBm) measured on the
uplink at the base station.

ULRxLevSub_by_Arfcn_xx
This displays the RxLev(fullset) signal strength value (-45dBm to -110dBm) for a given
Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number as measured on the uplink at the base station.

ULRxQualFull
This displays the RxQual (full) Bit Error Rate class (0..7) measured on the uplink at the base
station.

ULRxQualFull_by_Arfcn_xx
This displays the RxQual (full) Bit Error Rate class (0..7) for a given Absolute Radio
Frequency Channel Number as measured on the uplink at the base station.

ULRxQualSub
This displays the RxQual (subset) Bit Error Rate class (0..7) measured on the uplink at the
base station.

ULRxQualSub_by_Arfcn_xx
This displays the RxQual (subset) Bit Error Rate class (0..7) for a given Absolute Radio
Frequency Channel Number as measured on the uplink at the base station.

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Unexpected_Registration_OK
No further information available.

UnitAddress
No further information available.

Unsupported MDM attributes

Active Set Delay

Active/Candidate Set Delay

ActiveDelay_Max1

ActiveDelay_Max2

ActiveDelay_Max3

ActiveEcIo_Max1

ActiveEcIo_Max2

ActiveEcIo_Max3

ActivePN

Analog_MIN1

Analog_MIN2

Best Pilot Ec/Io Stats

Candidate Set Delay

CandidateDelay_Max1

CandidateDelay_Max2

CandidateDelay_Max3

CandidateEcIo_Max1

CandidateEcIo_Max2

CandidateEcIo_Max3

CandidatePN

CDMA_MIN1

CDMA_MIN2

EcIo_Combined

FFER Stats 100 frames

FFER Stats 1000 frames

FFER Stats 200 frames

FFER Stats 500 frames

For_FBER

ForFER_1000Frames

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ForFER_100Frames

ForFER_200Frames

ForMUX_Mode

ForVocoderRate

Forward BER Stats

GPS_Heading

GPS_Speed

Incoming Call Setup Time Stats

Neighbor Set Delay

NeighborDelay_Max1

NeighborDelay_Max2

NeighborDelay_Max3

NeighborEcIo_Max1

NeighborEcIo_Max2

NeighborEcIo_Max3

NeighborPN

Number of Unique Pilots

NumOfUniquePNs

PN_Secondary

PN_Tertiary

Remaining Set Delay

RemainingDelay_Max1

RemainingDelay_Max2

RemainingDelay_Max3

RemainingEcIo_Max1

RemainingEcIo_Max2

RemainingEcIo_Max3

RemainingPN

RevMUXStatistics_XX

RevVocoderRate

SearcherMaxEnergy

ServiceOptionUsername

The pre-set user name for the session.

User_Plane_Mode
Indicates whether or not RNC has to calculate the unsuccessfully transmitted NAS data
amount for the RAB and to report the amount of data when the RAB is released.

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Valid
This attribute indicates if the current record has some invalid data.
0

Valid

Invalid

VehicleModel
The pre-set vehicle model for the session.

VehicleReg
The pre-set vehicle registration number for the session.

VMAC
This displays the Voice Mobile Attenuation Code, which is a 3-bit field in the Extended
Address Word commanding the initial mobile power level when assigning a mobile station to
an analog voice or traffic channel.

Voice_Coder_Map
No further information available.

Voice_Privacy_Mode_Map
No further information available.

VoiceRadioGroup
The Voice Radio Group for the radio serving the call. VoiceRadioGroup is obtained from the
Locate Request message.

WaveFormatAvgBytesPerSec
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

WaveFormatBitsPerSample
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

WaveFormatBlockAlign
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

WaveFormatChannels
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

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WaveFormatDescription
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

WaveFormatSamplesPerSec
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

WaveFormatTagCode
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

WaveFormatTagName
Hidden attribute, no further information available.

WCDMA_Aggregate_Ec_for_SC_xx
The aggregate chip energy received for SC xx.

WCDMA_Aggregate_EcIo_for_SC_xx
No further information available.

WCDMA_Delay_Spread_for_SC_xx
This attribute indicates the difference between the earliest arriving multipath component and
latest arriving multipath component for SC xx.

WCDMA_Ec_for_Nth_Best_SC_xx
The chip energy received for the nth best SC xx.

WCDMA_Ec_for_SC_xx
The chip energy received for SC xx.

WCDMA_EcIo_Avg_For_SC_xx
The average power for SC xx.

WCDMA_EcIo_for_Nth_Best_SC_xx
Total power received for the nth best SC xx.

WCDMA_EcIo_for_SC_xx
Total power received for SC xx.

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WCDMA_EcIo_Max_For_SC_xx
The maximum power for SC xx.

WCDMA_EcIo_Min_For_SC_xx
The minimum power for SC xx.

WCDMA_EcIo_User_Specified_For_SC_xx
The user specified power for SC xx.

WCDMA_Io
Total power in dBm.

WCDMA_Measurement_Channel_Count
No further information available.

WCDMA_RSCP_Avg_For_SC_xx
No further information available.

WCDMA_RSCP_Max_For_SC_xx
No further information available.

WCDMA_RSCP_Min_For_SC_xx
No further information available.

WCDMA_RSCP_User_Specified_For_SC_xx
No further information available.

WCDMA_SC_for_Nth_Best_SC_xx
No further information available.

WCDMA_SC_List_xx
No further information available.

WCDMA_Scanner_Frequency
No further information available.

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WCDMA_SIR_Avg_For_SC_xx
No further information available.

WCDMA_SIR_Max_For_SC_xx
No further information available.

WCDMA_SIR_Min_For_SC_xx
No further information available.

WCDMA_SIR_User_Specified_For_SC_xx
No further information available.

WeakPilotWarning
This attribute indicates that the strongest serving sector Ec/Io is less than the threshold
specified in the CDMA tab of the Options window under the Tools menu.

Win_A
This attribute indicates the size of the active set search window in chips.

Win_N
This attribute indicates the size of the neighbor set search window in chips.

Win_R
This attribute indicates the size of the remaining set search window in chips.

Window_Size_Pilot_Scan
This attribute indicates the window size used during the pilot scan measurements.

Window_Size_Temporal_Scan
This attribute indicates the window size used during the temporal scan measurements.

XXX_Cells
No further information available.

Zk_After_CDMA_HO_AggregateEc/Io
This attribute contains the aggregate Ec/Io (taken immediately after the handoff) for the three
most powerful multipath components using the following equation:

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Ec

Io

1 Ec
1 Ec
1 Ec

10 I o Finger 2
10 I o Finger 3
10 I o Finger1

= 10 log10 10
+ 10
+ 10

Combined

Zk_After_CDMA_HO_BaseID
From 0 to 216.

Zk_After_CDMA_HO_ChNum
The channel number serving the call after hand off.

Zk_After_CDMA_HO_DCC
Digital Color Code after hand off, ranging from 0 to 3.

Zk_After_CDMA_HO_Ec/Io_for_PN_xx
This attribute indicates the Ec/Io of the nth arriving multipath component above a userdefinable filter threshold for the PN. The Ec/Io filter threshold is set in the PN Scanner tab of
the Options window under the Tools menu.

Zk_After_CDMA_HO_NetworkID
From 0 to 216.

Zk_After_CDMA_HO_PN
PN after hand off. Ranges from 0-511.

Zk_After_CDMA_HO_PowerLevel
Analog power level after hand off, ranging from 0-7.

Zk_After_CDMA_HO_RSSI
The Received Signal Strength Indication after hand off as received by the test mobile, varying
from 255 to 0 dBm. RSSI is derived from the Phone Status Messaging.

Zk_After_CDMA_HO_SAT
This displays the Supervisory Audio Tone, after the hand off. The SAT ranges from 0 to 2 and
is transmitted on an analog voice channel between the mobile and the base station to verify
reliable transmissions.

Zk_After_CDMA_HO_SystemID
A unique identification code for cellular/PCS systems. The value ranges from 0 to 215.

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Zk_After_CDMA_HO_TxGainAdjust
This attribute indicates the transmission gain adjustment used by the mobile after hand off,
based on power control commands from the base station. Varies from 128 to +127 dB.

Zk_After_CDMA_HO_TxPower
Transmission power after hand off, ranging from 128 to +127 dBm.

Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_AggregateEc/Io
This attribute contains the aggregate Ec/Io (taken immediately before the handoff) for the
three most powerful multipath components using the following equation:

Ec

Io

1 Ec
1 Ec
1 Ec

10 I o Finger 2
10 I o Finger 3
10 I o Finger1

= 10 log10 10
+ 10
+ 10

Combined

Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_AnlgPwrLevel
Analog power level before the hand off, ranging from 0 to 7.

Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_BaseID
The Base Station ID number, from 0 to 216.

Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_ChNum
The channel number serving the call before hand off.

Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_DCC
Digital Color Code before the hand off, ranging from 0 to 3.

Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_Ec/Io_for_PN_xx
This attribute indicates the Ec/Io of the nth arriving multipath component above a userdefinable filter threshold for the PN. The Ec/Io filter threshold is set in the PN Scanner tab of
the Options window under the Tools menu.

Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_FER
Frame Error Rate before hand off. FER ranges from 0 to 100%.

Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_NetworkID
The Network ID number, from 0 to 216.

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Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_PN
PN number before hand off. Ranges from 0-511.

Zk_Before_CDMA_HO_RSSI
The Received Signal Strength Indication before handoff as received by the test