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WHAT IS TEMS DISCOVERY?


New post processing tool within the Ascom TEMS portfolio. Designed for network optimization and trouble shooting but can also be used for benchmarking and QoS verification Flexible tool that is easy to adopt to the working process. Automated data processing User defined KPIs Inbuilt reporting Excellent post processing solution for TEMS Investigation and TEMS Pocket
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TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT
IS-95/cdma2000 1x EV-DO (Rev. 0/ Rev. A) GSM/GPRS/EDGE WCDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA/HSPA+ TD-SCDMA WiMAX LTE

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TEMS DISCOVERY 1.0 PACKAGES


Standard package Includes all views (map, time chart, messages, problem summary, histogram, etc) Efficient processing and reporting Instant access to Information Elements Easy embedding of expertise

Professional package Highly customizable Includes integrated Google Earth Allows definition of your own KPIs Provides more extensive processing and reporting

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PACKAGE COMPARISON
TEMS Discovery Intuitive graphical user interface Drive test data processing: Multi-technology, multi-device and multi-source Unrivalled GIS data support: more than 110 different formats Support for all types of TEMS logfiles Comprehensive Data Processing: ~3000 available IEs and 500+ predefined events Easy Report Builder Deploys report templates throughout the organization Extensive Script Builder Generate your own specific KPI, events and metrics for the whole organization Automatic data processing: For processing, report generation and e-mail notification of newly arrived data Embedded Google Earth for visualizing of metrics, events, or customized KPIs Advanced site and cell configuration management
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DEPLOYMENT SCENARIOS

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DEPLOYMENT SCENARIOS
TEMS Discovery Users

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Optional High Bandwidth LAN Regional Data Processors Regular LAN

Deployment Scenarios & Data Sharing

Remote field users

Internet Connection
TEMS Discovery Users

Internet or Intranet

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Regional Data Processors

Regional Data Processors

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LICENSING
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TEMS Discovery Users

Optional High Bandwidth LAN

Regional Data Processors Regular LAN

Standalone Dongle Licensing


Remote field users

Internet Connection
TEMS Discovery Users

Internet or Intranet

TEMS Discovery Users

Regional Data Processors

Regional Data Processors

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LICENSING
Floating License Pool With regional licensing server
Internet or Intranet Regional Data Processors

Remote field users fetch license by designating server IP

Regional Data Processors

Regional Data Processors

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LICENSING
Regional Regional Data Data Processors Processors

Floating License Pool With global licensing server


Internet or or Internet Intranet Intranet

Remote field Remote field users users

TEMS Discovery iWINDA Users Users

TEMS Discovery iWINDA Users Users

Regional Regional Data Data Processors Processors

Regional Regional Data Data Processors Processors

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DATA ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT


Each raw test file only needs to be processed once Processed data provides highly organized information Data is instantly accessible Unlimited number of composite data sets Incremental merging of new data with existing data Data can be shared across the organization Old data can be easily archived (and restored if needed)

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DATA ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT


Projects organized in Private and Public folders Each project may contain Datasets, Composite datasets, and Archives Each Dataset contains logfile data easily organized by operator, device, IMSI, processing date, etc

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VERSATILE DATA BINNING


Time binning during data import
Frame level resolution Smart selection - No binning for event-triggered messages - Binning for periodical messages

Geo-binning
Distance binning Grid binning Per-region mixed resolution (for example, fine resolution in dense urban areas and coarse resolution in rural area) Holes within regions

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RICH DATA PRESENTATION


Conventional views Data explorer Map Views Time Series Chart Message View Table View Histogram (Bar/Pie Chart) Report View Layer 3 IE browser

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COMPREHENSIVE GIS DATA SUPPORT


Terrain Elevation Data Raster Images Vector Data Approximately 100 commonly-used GIS file formats
Wide selection of free or low-cost yet high-quality data available (as shown)

Capable of automatic merging of GIS data with different sources, formats, and projections

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GIS DATABASE ACCESS


Integrated online access to multiple free GIS databases USGS TerraServer
High-resolution terrain elevation data, aerial, or satellite images Free downloading of data for TEMS Discovery default boundary or any user-defined area

Google Maps Web links to popular web sites for free or low-cost GIS data sources

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TEMS DISCOVERY DIFFERENTIATORS


Flexible user interface Multiple sub-views for easy side-by-side comparison Metric correlation Completely customizable:
Report templates Key Information Sets of Point Detail configuration Documents Analysis Sets View layouts

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REPORT BUILDER*
All TEMS Discovery events and metrics
Full array of statistical attributes Drag and drop to any desired cells

All Microsoft Excel functions


Formula, Equation Styles Charting

Data filtering per any file/device attributes


Operators: for benchmarking Date: for trending

Uses universal templates or specific data Integrated maps


* Professional version only
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SCRIPT BUILDER*
On-demand data extraction and intelligence embedding Simple drag-n-drop access to
All metrics All IEs in layer 3 messages

On-demand data extraction and manipulation Generation of any metrics, events, filtering criteria Embedding of proprietary algorithms for standardization across the organization Scripting in C#/C/C++ syntax
* Professional version only
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AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING*


Monitoring and processing of incoming data Automatic creation of multiple projects and dataset according to users configuration Automatic creation of KPI plots and reports Automatic e-mail notifications to multiple recipients Multi-computer distributed computing with automatic task dispatcher and load balancing Multiple tasks can be configured Easy and flexible configuration
* Professional version only
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USER INTERFACE & TERMINOLOGY

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USER INTERFACE & TERMINOLOGY

Projects: A project is a holder used to organize the processed data from a geographic region. TEMS Discovery loads the data once and saves the processed data permanently until removed

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USER INTERFACE & TERMINOLOGY

A document defines the configuration settings of the specific data sources, displayed metrics, and view layouts. Opening a TEMS Discovery document will restore almost all aspects of any saved information, except for the zoom level.
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USER INTERFACE & TERMINOLOGY

GIS data includes vector data, raster images, and terrain elevation data. Data from the same geographic region are grouped into a Geo-area, which can be referred to by one or more projects .

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USER INTERFACE & TERMINOLOGY

Task Window lists the status of background tasks that are created by importing data or configuring automatic data processing.

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USER INTERFACE & TERMINOLOGY

Message Log contains the message generated from the current operation, which can be Report Generation, Script Execution, etc.

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OPEN A PROJECT...

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PROJECT WORKSPACE...

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EXPLORER - DATASET

The Data Set tab displays drive test data in logical groups: Archived, Composite, and Data Sets. Except for the archived dataset, each group is in a tree view layout that can be drilled down to the metric level.

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EXPLORER - CELLS

The Cells tab is the logical display of imported network configurations, sector groups, and sector filter expressions.

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EXPLORER GIS/COVERAGE MAP

The GIS window lists all GIS data associated with the current project. The GIS data can be displayed in Map View by dragging and dropping, or choosing it from its pop-up menu

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LEGEND

The Legend View displays the plot band information of metrics that are drawn in the Map View and Time Chart. Here, you can show or hide a particular metric from display by selecting or deselecting the corresponding metric title.

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POINT DETAILS

The Point Detail View provides a convenient way to overview detail information from a particular time or location. By moving the cursor into the Map View and Time Chart, or by changing the row selection in the spreadsheet of Message View and Table View, the detail information will be displayed here. Use pre-defined configurations or create a new.

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PROJECT PROPERTIES

Under this tab you find general information regarding the current project, regarding GIS, UDR (User Defined Region), and cell configuration data.

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SYNCHRONIZABLE & SUMMARY DATA VIEWS

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SYNCHRONIZABLE VIEWS Synchronizable views simultaneously display data that was collected at the same moment. All of these views can be part of playing back drive test data. Synchronizable views are: Map View, Time-series Chart, Messages, Table View, Wave View, and Google Maps.
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SUMMARY DATA VIEWS Summary data views are the views that present statistic data in various formats. Those are: Metric Correlation, Histogram, Sector Statistic, Problem Summary, Batch PDF, and Report.

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SYNCHRONIZABLE & SUMMARY DATA VIEWS Rearrange views by dragging-and-dropping

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SYNCHRONIZABLE & SUMMARY DATA VIEWS to any position for any disposition

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SYNCHRONIZABLE & SUMMARY DATA VIEWS Split view into sub-views

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SYNCHRONIZABLE & SUMMARY DATA VIEWS Split view into sub-views

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SYNCHRONIZABLE & SUMMARY DATA VIEWS Each view has its own individual toolbar with functions related to that specific view

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[ FEATURES WALK-THROUGH ]

WALK-U-THROUGH SOME FEATURES AND VIEWS.... The following will be covered in this section: Import of GIS map data Creation of a new project Import of drive test data (logfiles) Cell configuration import Organization of workspace and views Analysis of drive test data with various views Generation of report
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IMPORT OF GIS MAP DATA - PROCEDURE Use the Walk-U-Through wizard (or Data Import button on toolbar)

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IMPORT OF GIS DATA DIALOG

Click Add Files...

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ADD FILES DIALOG

Browse for your file and click Open...

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GIS FILE ADDED

Select the geo area to which you can connect the imported GIS data geographically, or create a new geo area

Click Import.

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GIS DATA IMPORTED


The imported GIS data file (map) appears in the GIS/Coverage Map tab under GIS Data and the corresponding geo area, among other imported GIS data files. From here, you can bring it into Map View by right-clicking it and selecting Send to Map View.

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CREATE NEW PROJECT - PROCEDURE Next step in the Walk-U-Through wizard

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PROJECT PROPERTIES

Name your new project Select the geo area you used for the imported GIS, and use that map as the default Save your new project

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PROJECT CREATED

The new project appears among the other projects, but contains no drive test data yet (DataSets is empty). Right-click the project to rename, delete or open it (among other procedures).

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IMPORT DRIVE TEST DATA - PROCEDURE Next step in the Walk-U-Through wizard

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IMPORT DRIVE TEST DATA DIALOG

Click Add Files...

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ADD FILES DIALOG

Browse for your files and click Open...

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DRIVE TEST DATA ADDED

Select the project to which you want to import the data and name the dataset to which the data will belong. Click Import.

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DRIVE TEST DATA IMPORTED

The imported drive test data appears under the specified project and dataset. The data can be organized and grouped by device, file name, etc

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ORGANIZING THE IMPORTED DATA

Right-click the dataset and select File/Device Grouping By... and then a suitable attribute.

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DRIVE TEST DATA GROUPED BY DEVICE

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IMPORT CELL CONFIGURATION - PROCEDURE Next step in the Walk-U-Through wizard

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IMPORT CELL CONFIGURATION DIALOG

Select the project to which you want to import the cell configuration Browse for the cell configuration file to add (Rename the cell configuration) Click Import

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EDIT DEVICE ATTRIBUTES - PROCEDURE Next step in the Walk-U-Through wizard

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VIEW OR EDIT ATTRIBUTES

File/Device Grouping By... - Attributes! Some are editable New ones can be added

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VIEW OR EDIT ATTRIBUTES

Right-click a device (for global changes to all files under that device) or a specific file and select View/Edit Device Attributes. Edit button also works...

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EDITABLE ATTRIBUTES (1)


Add your own notes or any other file specific info. For global changes (to all files under specific device), right-click the device in the previous dialog. Example: MSx = Teamx First file under each MS is before changes to network Second file is after changes
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EDITABLE ATTRIBUTES (2)

First file for Team 2...

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EDITABLE ATTRIBUTES (3)

... before changes...

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GROUP BY NOTES INSTEAD...

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NEW GROUPING BY NOTES

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READ-ONLY ATTRIBUTES

Read-only attributes for this specific file, collected from the file itself at import

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USER-DEFINED GLOBAL ATTRIBUTES

Add your own attribute...

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NEW EDITABLE ATTRIBUTE ADDED...

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POPULATE THE NEW ATTRIBUTE (1)...

Suppose Team 1 has used MS1 and also produced the first logfile for MS3...

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POPULATE THE NEW ATTRIBUTE (2)...

Suppose Team 1 has used MS1 and also produced the first logfile for MS3... Team 1 allocated to all files under MS1.

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POPULATE THE NEW ATTRIBUTE (3)...

Suppose Team 1 has used MS1 and also produced the first logfile for MS3... Team 1 also to be allocated to first file under MS3...

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POPULATE THE NEW ATTRIBUTE (4)...

Suppose Team 1 has used MS1 and also produced the first logfile for MS3... Team 1 also allocated to first file under MS3...

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NEW GROUPING BY DRIVE TEST TEAM (1)...

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NEW GROUPING BY DRIVE TEST TEAM (2)...

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CREATE COMPOSITE DATASET - PROCEDURE Next step in the Walk-U-Through wizard

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CREATE/EDIT COMPOSITE DATASET

New grouping to facilitate creation of composite dataset...

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CREATE/EDIT COMPOSITE DATASET

Drag-n-drop the files to the members of the group. New composite dataset created and saved...

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COMPOSITE DATASET CREATED

Composite datasets are treated as any ordinary dataset only grouped/organized differently

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GEOLOCATION BINNING - PROCEDURE Next step in the Walk-U-Through wizard

Make sure you select project and dataset

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GEOLOCATION BINNING DIALOG

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FRAME GROUP CREATION

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BINNED DATASET IN TREE STRUCTURE

Dataset 0105 still time binned as when imported. New geobinned dataset binned according to your settings (region-by-region, by route distance, bin size 150 m, etc)

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ANALYSIS - PROCEDURE Next step in the Walk-U-Through wizard

Select file to analyze for dropped calls

Then click Open Project

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ANALYSIS OF DROPPED CALL, OVERVIEW

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GENERATE REPORT - PROCEDURE Next (last) step in the Walk-U-Through wizard

Select mobile/file for the report...

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REPORT GENERATION DIALOG

Pre-defined and userdefined (if any) templates for selection. Collection date filtering possible.

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REPORT FILTERING OPTIONS Site sector groups defined Conditions defined (in Script Builder)

Filtering by defined UDR Cluster indexing (connected to Report Builder)


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GENERATED REPORT

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VARIOUS VIEWS AND FUNCTIONS... Walk-U-Through wizard complete... Now, more details on views and functions..!

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DISPLAY SITES

Drag-and-Drop...

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DISPLAY METRIC

Lets display also the geobinned data for same file... D-n-D!
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Data binned with 150 m bin size

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DATA OFFSET
Click the Data Route Offset button to enable the offset function On the Data Routes Distance button: Left-click to increase (+) distance Right-click to decrease (-) distance

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SECTOR COVERAGE
Click the Sector Coverage Intellisense button to enable that function On the sector of your interest: Left-click to display coverage links Right-click to clear links

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SPIDER MOVE

Click the Spider Move button to enable that function Move cursor over samples to display the serving sectors Right-click in the map for context menu: Freeze Data Point to Sector Links Remove... (frozen links)

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MISC MAP FUNCTIONS...


3D View of map

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USER DEFINED REGION (UDR)

Activate with toolbar button Draw your region With region selected: save, close, or delete it

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USER DEFINED REGION (UDR) - PROPERTIES

Considered for filtering and/or geobinning Hole can be exception when binning or filtering Geobinning options if binning of this region

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DATA FILTERED WITH REGION

Select Filtering region (Data Filter tab) under Dataset tab in Explorer Drag-n-Drop metric to map Samples displayed only within region

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MAP VIEW OPTIONS

Map view options from toolbar...

Search for co-channel, co-PSC, etc

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CELL CONFIGURATION VIEW OPTIONS

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GROUPING SITES AND CELLS

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TIME CHART

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MESSAGES VIEW

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MESSAGES VIEW KEY INFO SETTINGS

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MESSAGES VIEW L3 BROWSER

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HISTOGRAM VIEW

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TABLE VIEW

Select configuration or create a new by DnD metrics into table, and save.

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SECTOR STATISTICS VIEW


Select configuration or create a new by DnD metrics into table, and save. Functions similar to Table View. Selected sector is flagged in Map View.

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METRIC CORRELATION VIEW


Higher fitting degree gives better fit but less linear... Unifying scales in subcharts gives same start and end values, which might squeeze or stretch the curves... Aggregation Curve Options specifies start and end values, step size, etc.
Unifying scales...

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PROBLEM SUMMARY VIEW

DnD the entire dataset into view, with certain problem set (collection of events to look for) selected. One dropped call found, in file ...007_MS3 (same as in our Walk-U-Through) Click Analysis Set button and select set ...and the analysis looks...

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PROBLEM SUMMARY VIEW - ANALYSIS

...like this! Identical to the analysis from Walk-UThrough...!

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BATCH PDF VIEW REPORT GENERATION

Pre-defined batch configurations, or user defined (in Batch Printing Tool see next slide...)
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BATCH PRINTING TOOL, WITH CONFIGURATION

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SAVE YOUR WORK...


View Layout is arranged but nonpopulated views The existing View Layouts can be selected when opening a project from context menu Update an existing Analysis Set or create a new

...and open again...

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REPORT BUILDER SINGLE CHART

DnD metric into spread Dialog appears with options


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REPORT BUILDER SINGLE CHART COMPLETE

Move mouse to form chart area and left-click to complete Make (re-)selections from combo-boxes and/or enter text/values if applicable
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REPORT BUILDER CORRELATION CHART (1)

DnD first metric into spread Dialog appears with options Move mouse to form chart area and left-click to complete
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REPORT BUILDER CORRELATION CHART (2)

DnD second metric into grey area Dialog appears with options

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REPORT BUILDER SINGLE CHART FOR SECTOR DURATION

DnD metric into spread Dialog appears with options Move mouse to form chart area and left-click to complete
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REPORT BUILDER SINGLE CHART FOR SECTOR DURATION

Make (re-)selections from combo-boxes and/or enter text/values if applicable


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REPORT BUILDER DETAILS ADDED

Right-click in spread for context menu Insert option in selected cell

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REPORT BUILDER TEMPLATE SAVED


Save report template

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REPORT BUILDER - GENERATE REPORT

Generate Report on file/device/dataset Select template and filtering options


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REPORT BUILDER EXCEL REPORT

Compare sector duration with Map View sector coverage...

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DnD metric to Source Data column Create Alias


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Create new Event that will be triggered

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Create new Metric that will be used in script

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Create Report Variables to be reported (values displayed) when script is run: DnD metric to right column Name variable

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Create script that fulfills the requirements

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DnD!

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AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING SETUP (1)

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AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING SETUP (1)

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New task processing (already imported data or) incoming data

Click and browse

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AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING SETUP (1)


Selection of which metrics to process Same dialog as found from toolbar: Configuration/Metric Frame Import Configuration

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AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING SETUP (2)

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AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING SETUP (3)

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AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING SETUP (4)

Check and press Execute...

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AGENDA
Overview Getting Started Features Walk-Through Professional Features Use Cases

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USE CASE 1: Getting started


Use the Walk-U-Through wizard (steps 1-4): Import GIS: OpenStreetMap.gmp found under C: Users / xxx / Documents/ Ascom / TEMS Products / TEMS Discovery / iUser_Data / GeoData / LowerManhattan Create a new project. Name it Training_<your name> Logfiles found under C: Program Files / Ascom / TEMS Products / TEMS Discovery / _DemoDiscovery / NYC_Data / tem_log Site file found under C: Program Files / Ascom / TEMS Products / TEMS Discovery / _DemoDiscovery / NYC_Data / Cell_configuration Open your new project and DnD metric WCDMA Cell Measurements / Categorized Ec/Io / A1, from MS3 in logfile with suffix _007, into the Map View.
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USE CASE 2: Preparing Analysis


In order to simplify your analysis, some preparations can be done: Add WCDMA Cell Measurements / Categorized Ec/Io / A1 and some other metrics to a Favorite group (right-click metric) for smooth scrolling, and filter out only those DnD metric A1 also into Time Chart and the entire frame (WCDMA Cell Measurements) into Messages View Change background color in the Time Chart Apply Frame Filter WCDMA Active Set in Messages View & filter out only those KeyInfo containing PSC = 8. Search for parameter with active set in detail view. Save Document as Training_<your name> Close your project and then open your project again from Project Explorer Close the project again and open the saved document from Document List, and compare the result with opening a project
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USE CASE 3: Network Status


Open (if not already) your saved document containing your created project Open Problem Summary View and DnD your entire dataset into it Any problems found? Which types/how many? ........................................................ Analyze them what seems to be the problem? ......................................................

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USE CASE 4: Edit Device Attributes


Continue with step 5 (Edit Device Attributes) in the Walk-U-Through wizard Expand your project and sort the dataset by device Mark any device and add a new global attribute called Team Allocate MS1 and MS2 to Team 1, under Editable Attributes tab and Team attribute Allocate MS3 and first file under MS4 to Team 2 Allocate second file under MS4 to Team 3 Sort your dataset by Team Close the dialog and sort also your dataset by Team in Explorer. Works OK?
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USE CASE 5: Create Composite Dataset


Continue with step 6 (Create Composite Dataset) in the Walk-U-Through wizard. Let us assume that changes have been done in the network and you want to sort drive test data according to before (Team 1) and after (Team 2 & 3) this change. Expand your dataset and sort by Team Create new composite dataset and name it Before change DnD Team 1 to members of the group on right-hand side. Save. Create new composite dataset and name it After change Allocate both Team 2 and Team 3 to this group. Save and exit the dialog. Back in the Explorer and Dataset tab, expand Composite and verify that your created composite dataset is present. You deal with this composite dataset just as with any ordinary dataset.
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USE CASE 6: UDR - User Defined Region


With User Defined Regions (areas) created, you can sort your data by region and perform specific geolocation binning for specific regions. With the Dropped Call Analysis still visible in the map (from Use Case 3), create a region covering the samples after the dropped call and name it Southern tip. Locate it under GIS/Coverage Map tab in Explorer. Remove the samples in the map by right-clicking and selecting Dataset Remove Curves. Under Dataset tab, apply filtering by your new region and DnD (from file ...007_MS3) again A1 from your favorite group into the Map View. Works OK? Remove the samples again and apply no region filtering before DnD A1 once more. Works OK? Remove (close) the region from the map and make it appear again...
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USE CASE 7: Geolocation Binning


Continue with step 7 (Geolocation Binning) in the Walk-U-Through wizard. Denote a suffix to your binned dataset Specify 100 m bin size by route distance and apply this to your defined region Southern Tip only When completed, expand the binned dataset and DnD A1 into Map View. Works OK? For more convenient display, separate the binned data samples from the others by applying Data Route Offset Verify the bin size (100 m) with the measurement tool

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USE CASE 8: Analysis


Continue with step 8 (Analysis) in the Walk-U-Through wizard. Close your current (open) project In the wizard, select your project, dataset and the mobile/file where you had problems according to Use Case 3. Select an appropriate analysis set and press Open Project What happens? Difference from Use Case 3? Use Spider Move in the Map View and Point Details to find a possible solution to the Dropped Call problem

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USE CASE 9: Report


Continue with step 9 (Report) in the Walk-U-Through wizard. Keep the same Mobile as from Use Case 8 and press Generate Report Select template WCDMA CS Call Sample Report under group Common Apply no filtering Generate report Study the report

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USE CASE 10: Create New Analysis Set


Open Google Earth and DnD metric WCDMA Rx Tx Power/Rx Power. Save as Analysis Set with an appropriate name Close the project Back in the analysis step in the wizard, select the same project, dataset and mobile/file as in Use Case 8. Select your new analysis set and press Open Project What happens? Difference from Use Case 8?

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USE CASE 11 (Professional version only): Create New Problem Set


Open Problem Summary View and study the current content of the Problem Set Definition combo box Open the Report Template Builder and list the available Problem Sets Mark the Dropped and Blocked calls set and notice the content to the right Create a new Problem Set revealing (and named) Critical RF Conditions, with events from GSM_WCDMA_Events in Metrics List Select your new set in Problem Summary View and apply on your entire dataset Any critical RF conditions? Which ones? Study the device ..._007_MS3 with an appropriate Analysis Set During the worst condition (Weak Pilot Alert for PSC 8), what is the Top Active CPICH Ec/Io and Top Non-Active CPICH Ec/Io?
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USE CASE 12 (Professional version only): Create New Report Template


Open Report Template Builder Create a template with three different charts, according to the screen shots Save it Generate Report on one device Study the report

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LEGAL DISCLAIMER
This document contains specific forward-looking statements, e.g. statements including terms like believe, expect or similar expressions. Such forward-looking statements are subject to known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may result in a substantial divergence between the actual results, financial situation, development or performance of Ascom and those explicitly presumed in these statements. Against the background of these uncertainties readers should not rely on forward-looking statements. Ascom assumes no responsibility to update forward-looking statements or adapt them to future events or developments.

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