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TEMS Pocket 7.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a -- User's Manual

TEMS Pocket 7.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a -- User's Manual

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  • 1.Introduction
  • 1.1. What’s New in TEMS Pocket 7.3
  • 1.1.2.Event-based Logfile Sifting
  • 1.1.4.Coexistence with MRU (Mobile Receiving Unit)
  • 1.2. What Was New in TEMS Pocket 7.2
  • 1.2.1.New UMTS Phones: Sony Ericsson W995/W995a
  • 1.2.2.New GSM Phone: Sony Ericsson W995 EDGE
  • 1.2.4.Command Sequence Enhancements
  • 1.3. What Was New in TEMS Pocket 7.0
  • 1.3.1.Phones: Sony Ericsson C905, C905a
  • 1.3.7.Importing and Exporting TEMS Pocket Settings
  • 2.Overview of TEMS Pocket
  • 2.1. Phone Mode vs. Scan Mode
  • 2.2. Data Views
  • 2.3. Map View
  • 2.4. Menus
  • 2.5. Events
  • 2.6. Logfiles
  • 2.6.1.Logfile Recording
  • 2.6.2.GPS Positioning
  • 2.6.3.Positioning by Pinpointing
  • 2.7. Cell Control Functions
  • 2.8. Command Sequences
  • 2.9. Scan Mode
  • 2.10.Storage Medium: Phone Memory vs. Memory Stick
  • 2.11.Language Support
  • 2.12.Turning TEMS Pocket Off
  • 3.Data Views: General
  • 3.1. General Data View Properties
  • 3.2. The Built-in Help Function
  • 3.3. The Capture Function
  • 3.4. Other Data View Actions
  • 3.5. Survey of Data Views
  • 4.Data Views in Text Format
  • 4.1. W/G Cells (View No. 1.1)
  • 4.1.1.Data View Actions
  • 4.2. PDP Context (View No. 1.2)
  • 4.3. MM/GMM (View No. 1.3)
  • 4.4. Time Log (View No. 1.4)
  • 4.4.1.Data View Actions
  • 4.5. FTP Data (View No. 1.5)
  • 4.6. GPS (View No. 1.6)
  • 4.7. Map (View No. 1.7)
  • 4.8. Progress (View No. 1.8)
  • 4.9. WCDMA Cells (View No. 2.1)
  • 4.9.1.Data View Actions
  • 4.10.WCDMA Cell Id (View No. 2.2)
  • 4.10.1.Data View Actions
  • 4.11.WCDMA C. (Cell) Name (View No. 2.3)
  • 4.11.1.Data View Actions
  • 4.12.WCDMA Serv. Cell (View No. 2.4)
  • 4.13.WCDMA Channel (View No. 2.5)
  • 4.14.WCDMA AMR (View No. 2.6)
  • 4.15.WCDMA Data (View No. 2.7)
  • 4.15.1.Data View Actions
  • 4.16.HSPA Data (View No. 2.8)
  • 4.17.GSM Cells (View No. 3.1)
  • 4.17.1.Data View Actions
  • 4.18.GSM Cell Id (View No. 3.2)
  • 4.18.1.Data View Actions
  • 4.19.GSM Cell Name (View No. 3.3)
  • 4.19.1.Data View Actions
  • 4.20.GSM BA List (View No. 3.4)
  • 4.20.1.Data View Actions
  • 4.21.GSM Serving Cell (View No. 4.1)
  • 4.22.GPRS Data (View No. 4.2)
  • 4.22.1.Data View Actions
  • 4.23.GPRS Info (View No. 4.3)
  • 4.24.GSM C/I Info (View No. 4.4)
  • 4.25.GSM AMR (View No. 4.5)
  • 4.26.The WAP Browser Data Views
  • 4.26.1.WCDMA WAP Browser Data View
  • 4.26.2.GPRS WAP Browser Data View
  • 5.Data Views with Graphs
  • 5.1. W/G Serving RSSI (View No. 5.1)
  • 5.2. W/G Cells (View No. 5.2)
  • 5.3. W/G Data (View No. 5.3)
  • 5.4. WCDMA Serving (View No. 5.4)
  • 5.5. WCDMA SIR (View No. 5.5)
  • 5.6. WCDMA Cells (View No. 5.6)
  • 5.7. GSM Cells (View No. 5.7)
  • 5.8. GSM Data (View No. 5.8)
  • 6.The Map View
  • 6.1. Loading a Map Image into the Map View
  • 6.2. Pinpointing Your Test Route
  • 6.2.1.Setting the Map Zoom
  • 6.2.2.Customizing the Appearance of Route Markers
  • 6.2.3.Entering Map Properties
  • 6.2.4.Pinpointing and Recording
  • 6.3. Positioning the Map Geographically
  • 7.TEMS Pocket Functions in the Activity Menu
  • 7.1. Operational Mode
  • 7.2. Insert Filemark
  • 7.3. Start/Stop Logfile Recording
  • 7.3.1.Icons Used for Logfile Recording
  • 7.4. Start/Stop Logfile Replay
  • 7.4.1.Replay Control Functions
  • 7.4.2.Icons Used for Logfile Replay
  • 7.5. Tag Logfile
  • 7.6. Event Log
  • 7.7. Start FTP/Stop FTP/Stop Logfile Upload
  • 7.8. Connect/Disconnect GPS
  • 7.9. Start/Stop Command Sequence
  • 7.10.Pocket Menu
  • 8.The Pocket Menu
  • 8.1. General
  • 9.Cell Control Menu
  • 9.1. Icons Used for Cell Control
  • 9.2. Lock to RAT
  • 9.3. Lock Cell WCDMA
  • 9.4. Lock ARFCN GSM
  • 9.5. Lock Band WCDMA, Lock Band GSM
  • 9.6. Interplay between Locking Functions
  • 9.7. Comparison with Locking Functions in TEMS Investigation
  • 9.8. Voice Codec
  • 9.9. HS Capability
  • 9.10.Ignore Cell Barred
  • 9.11.Reset Control Settings
  • 10.1.Event Log
  • 10.1.1.Viewing the Event Log
  • 10.1.2.Clearing the Event Log
  • 10.1.3.Enabling/Disabling Event Logging and Sound
  • 10.1.4.Shortcuts to Event Settings and Event Counters
  • 10.2.Event Settings
  • 10.2.1.Viewing Event Settings
  • 10.2.2.Modifying Event Settings
  • 10.3.Event Counters
  • 10.3.1.Viewing Event Counters
  • 10.3.2.Resetting Event Counters
  • 10.4.Event Icons
  • 10.5.List of Logged Events
  • 10.5.1.CC Events
  • 10.5.2.MM Events
  • 10.5.3.SM Events
  • 10.5.4.GMM Events
  • 10.5.5.IRAT Events
  • 10.5.6.RR Events
  • 10.5.7.RRC Events
  • 10.5.8.Session Events
  • 11.Data Views Menu
  • 12.1.Using GPS Units with TEMS Pocket: Introduction
  • 12.1.1.Using the Built-in GPS
  • 12.1.2.Using an External GPS
  • 12.2.GPS Connect
  • 12.3.GPS Device
  • 12.4.GPS Time Synch
  • 13.1.FTP Transfer
  • 13.2.FTP Server
  • 14.1.Logfiles in TEMS Pocket: Introduction
  • 14.1.1.Logfile Naming Format
  • 14.2.Save Logfile To
  • 14.3.Upload Logfile
  • 14.3.1.Conflicts with Other TEMS Pocket Functions
  • 14.3.2.Setting an Upload Schedule
  • Step 1
  • Step 2
  • Step 3
  • 14.4.WiFi Upload
  • 14.4.1.Relation to Upload over Cellular Network
  • 14.4.2.Conflicts with Other TEMS Pocket Functions
  • 14.5.Compress
  • 14.6.FTP Resume
  • 14.7.FTP Server
  • 15.Command Sequence Menu
  • 15.1.Introduction to Command Sequences
  • 15.2.Defining Command Sequences
  • 15.2.1.Global Command Sequence Settings
  • 15.2.2.Adding an Action to a Command Sequence
  • 15.2.3.Voice Action Settings
  • 15.2.4.Video Action Settings
  • 15.2.5.FTP Action Settings
  • 15.2.6.HTTP Action Settings
  • 15.2.7.Streaming Action Settings
  • 15.2.8.Idle Action Settings
  • 15.2.9.Pre-guard and Post-guard Periods
  • 15.2.10.Saving Default Settings for an Action Type
  • 15.2.11.The Assembled Command Sequence
  • 15.2.12.Rearranging Actions in a Command Sequence
  • 15.2.13.Deleting an Action from a Command Sequence
  • 15.3.Viewing and Editing Command Sequences
  • 15.4.Deleting Command Sequences
  • 15.5.Running Command Sequences
  • 16.Passive Measurement Menu
  • 16.1.Passive Measurement Action Settings
  • 16.2.Prioritization of Passive Measurements
  • 16.3.Notes on Message Buffering
  • 16.3.1.Pre-guard Period
  • 16.3.2.Post-guard Period
  • 17.1.About Screen
  • 17.2.Quick Guide
  • 17.3.Import Settings
  • 17.4.Export Settings
  • 17.4.1.Managing Export Files
  • 17.5.Import Cell File
  • 18.General Settings Menu
  • 18.1.WAP Data View
  • 18.2.Data View Style
  • 18.3.Messages
  • 18.4.Backlight
  • 18.5.Cell Id Format
  • 18.6.Cell Presentation
  • 18.7.Power Display (GSM)
  • 18.8.Measure Mode Display (GSM)
  • 18.9.Auto Answer
  • 18.10.WCDMA Cell Id Q-val
  • 18.11.Reset All
  • 19.1.Introduction to Scanning
  • 19.2.How to Enter Scan Mode
  • 19.3.Setting Up a Scan
  • 19.3.1.System
  • 19.3.2.Method
  • 19.3.2.1.GSM Scanning Methods
  • 19.3.2.2.WCDMA Scanning Methods
  • 19.3.3.Edit Scan List
  • 19.3.4.Advanced
  • 19.3.4.1.Advanced GSM Settings
  • 19.3.4.2.Advanced WCDMA Settings
  • 19.3.5.Notes on Changing the Scan Setup
  • 19.4.Starting and Stopping a Scan
  • 19.5.Other TEMS Pocket Functionality Available in Scan Mode
  • 19.5.1.Using a GPS
  • 19.5.2.Recording Logfiles
  • 19.6.Scan Presentation: Scanner View (No. 1.1)
  • 19.6.1.GSM Scanning Presentation
  • 19.6.1.1.Whole-band Scan
  • 19.6.1.2.Custom List Scan
  • 19.6.2.WCDMA Scanning Presentation
  • 19.6.2.1.Network (Whole-band) Scan
  • 19.6.2.2.CPICH (Custom List) Scan
  • 19.6.3.Freezing the Scanner View
  • 19.7.GPS View (No. 1.2)
  • 19.8.The Built-in Help Function
  • 19.9.The Capture Function
  • 20.Uploading TEMS Pocket Logfiles from the Phone File System
  • 21.Battery Charging Considerations
  • 21.1.Choice of Phone Charger
  • 21.2.Using the Phone’s Built-in GPS
  • 21.3.Using a TEMS Pocket Command Sequence
  • 22.Support Contact Information
  • Appendix A. Parameter Values
  • A.1. Activate PDP Context Failure Cause
  • A.2. Automatic Upload Failure Cause
  • A.3. CC Cause
  • A.4. CCCH Configuration
  • A.5. Channel Type
  • A.6. Deactivate PDP Context Cause
  • A.7. GMM Cause
  • A.8. GPRS Network Mode of Operation
  • A.9. GPS Fix Quality
  • A.10.MM Cause
  • A.11.PDP Context Request Parameters
  • A.11.1.Delay Class
  • A.11.2.Reliability Class
  • A.11.3.Peak Throughput
  • A.11.4.Precedence Class
  • A.11.5.Mean Throughput
  • A.12.Routing Area Update Failure Cause
  • A.13.RR Cause
  • A.14.RR Internal Cause
  • A.15.RRC Failure Cause
  • A.16.RRC Protocol Error Cause
  • A.17.SM Cause
  • Appendix B. Graphic Representation of Parameter Values
  • B.1. C/I
  • B.2. Ec/N0
  • B.3. FER, RLC/LLC BLER/Retransmissions
  • B.4. RLC DL/UL Throughput
  • B.5. RxLev, RSCP, RSSI
  • B.6. RxQual
  • B.7. Tx Power
  • Appendix C. Icons Used in TEMS Pocket
  • Appendix C. Icons Used in TEMS Pocket
  • Appendix D. Default Settings in TEMS Pocket Menus
  • D.1. Activity Menu
  • D.1.1.Operational Mode
  • D.1.2.Scanner Menu
  • D.1.2.1.GSM Scanning
  • D.1.2.2.WCDMA Scanning
  • D.2. Pocket Menu
  • D.2.1.Cell Control Menu
  • Appendix E. Cell File Format

TEMS™ Pocket 7.

3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a
User’s Manual

This manual is provided by Ascom Network Testing AB without any kind of warranty. Improvements and changes in this description due to typographical errors or inaccuracies in current information, or improvements to programs and/or equipment may be made by Ascom Network Testing AB at any time without notice. These changes will, however, be incorporated into new editions of this manual. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, stored in a retrieval system, nor translated into any human or computer language, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, magnetic, optical, chemical, manual or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the copyrighted owner, Ascom Network Testing AB. TEMS is a trademark of Ascom. All other trademarks are the property of their respective holders. © Ascom 2010. All rights reserved. Publication number: LZT 138 0240 R2A

Contents

Contents

1. Introduction

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1.1. What’s New in TEMS Pocket 7.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1.1.1. Presentation of Cell Names . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1.1.2. Event-based Logfile Sifting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1.1.3. Improved Logfile Naming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 1.1.4. Coexistence with MRU (Mobile Receiving Unit). . . . . . . . . . . 2 1.2. What Was New in TEMS Pocket 7.2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 1.2.1. New UMTS Phones: Sony Ericsson W995/W995a . . . . . . . . 2 1.2.2. New GSM Phone: Sony Ericsson W995 EDGE . . . . . . . . . . . 3 1.2.3. Scanning (GSM and WCDMA). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 1.2.4. Command Sequence Enhancements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 1.2.5. Streaming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 1.2.6. Passive Measurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 1.2.7. New GPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 1.2.8. Data Upload over WiFi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 1.2.9. HSPA Data View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 1.2.10. WCDMA AMR Data View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 1.3. What Was New in TEMS Pocket 7.0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 1.3.1. Phones: Sony Ericsson C905, C905a . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 1.3.2. Map View and Pinpointing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 1.3.3. Data Views with Graphs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 1.3.4. Smarter Logfile Upload. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 1.3.5. Cell Id Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 1.3.6. Snapshots of Data Views . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 1.3.7. Importing and Exporting TEMS Pocket Settings . . . . . . . . . . 7

2. Overview of TEMS Pocket

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2.1. Phone Mode vs. Scan Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 2.2. Data Views . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 2.2.1. Data Views with Graphs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 2.3. Map View. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 2.4. Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

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2.5. Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.6. Logfiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.6.1. Logfile Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.6.2. GPS Positioning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.6.3. Positioning by Pinpointing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.7. Cell Control Functions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.8. Command Sequences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.9. Scan Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.10. Storage Medium: Phone Memory vs. Memory Stick. . . . . . . . . . . 2.11. Language Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.12. Turning TEMS Pocket Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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3. Data Views: General

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3.1. General Data View Properties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.2. The Built-in Help Function. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.3. The Capture Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.4. Other Data View Actions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.5. Survey of Data Views . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

4. Data Views in Text Format

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4.1. W/G Cells (View No. 1.1) ............................. 4.1.1. Data View Actions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2. PDP Context (View No. 1.2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3. MM/GMM (View No. 1.3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4. Time Log (View No. 1.4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4.1. Data View Actions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.5. FTP Data (View No. 1.5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.6. GPS (View No. 1.6). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.7. Map (View No. 1.7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.8. Progress (View No. 1.8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.9. WCDMA Cells (View No. 2.1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.9.1. Data View Actions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.10. WCDMA Cell Id (View No. 2.2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.10.1. Data View Actions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.11. WCDMA C. (Cell) Name (View No. 2.3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.11.1. Data View Actions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.12. WCDMA Serv. Cell (View No. 2.4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.13. WCDMA Channel (View No. 2.5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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. . .26. . . . . . . . . . . Data Views with Graphs 65 5. . . . .17. . . .20. . . 76 6. . 80 LZT 138 0240 R2A iii . . . . . . 79 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . . . . Data View Actions . . . . . . . . . . 58 4. . . . GSM Cell Name (View No. .6) .1. . . . . . Data View Actions . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HSPA Data (View No. . 2. .1. . . .20. . . .3). . . . . . . . GSM AMR (View No. . . . . WCDMA SIR (View No. . . .8. W/G Serving RSSI (View No. . . . . .15. . . . . . . . . 47 4. . . . . . . . . . . . GSM C/I Info (View No.14. . . . . . . . .3) .3. . . GSM Cell Id (View No. . . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . . . . . . 71 5. . . .18. . . 57 4. . . . . The WAP Browser Data Views . . . . . . . . . . . . 5. . . .15. . . . . .18. . . . . .8) . . . . . . . . 61 4. . . . . . . . 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 4.2. GSM Data (View No. . Data View Actions . . . WCDMA AMR (View No. . Customizing the Appearance of Route Markers. . . . 2.17. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3. . . . 5. . 50 4.2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W/G Cells (View No. GSM Cells (View No. . . . . . . . WCDMA WAP Browser Data View . . . . . .7) . . . 79 6. . . . . . . . W/G Data (View No. . . . . . . . . . .21. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6) . . . . . GPRS WAP Browser Data View . . . . . . . . . .Contents 4. . . . . . . . . .2. . . .7. . . . . . . . .1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 4. . GSM Cells (View No. 5. . . . . . 48 4. . . . . . . . . . . Setting the Map Zoom . .4. .1. . . . . . . . . 42 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6. . . . . . 63 5. Data View Actions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 4. . . . . . . . . . . . .1. . 46 4. . .3. . . . . . . . 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5. . . . . . . . . . . . 49 4. . . . .25. . . 4. .4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . . . . . . . .8) . . . . . . .26. . 3. 68 5. . . . . . WCDMA Data (View No. . . . . . . .22.1. . Data View Actions . . 70 5. 2. . . .1) . . .16. 5. . . . . . . . . Loading a Map Image into the Map View . . . . 53 4.19.2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5. . . . . . . 3. 73 5. . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . . . .1. . . Entering Map Properties. . . . . . . .1. . 4. . . . . . . 5.5) . Pinpointing Your Test Route . . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . .24.19. . . . . . . . 78 6. . . . 5. . . . . WCDMA Serving (View No. .3). . . . . . . 39 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GPRS Info (View No. . . . 55 4. . . . . 40 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 4. . . . .5) . . .26. . . . . . . . . The Map View 78 6. . . . . . . . . . . . GSM Serving Cell (View No. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3. Data View Actions . . . . . . 79 6. . .2) . 60 4. . . . . .23. . . . . . . . . .7) .1. . 72 5. . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . . . 49 4. .1. . . . .4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4. . . . . . . . .22. WCDMA Cells (View No.4) . GPRS Data (View No. . 74 5. . . . . 48 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GSM BA List (View No. . . . . . . .1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7. Start FTP/Stop FTP/Stop Logfile Upload . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . . . . . . . . .8. . . . . . . . .9. . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . Cell Control Menu 91 91 91 92 93 93 94 94 95 95 96 96 9. . . . . Lock Band GSM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7. . . . . . .3. . . . Pinpointing and Recording. Start/Stop Command Sequence . .7. . . .8. . . . . . . . . . . Interplay between Locking Functions . . . . . Icons Used for Logfile Recording. . . . . . . .6. . . . 9. . . . . . Positioning the Map Geographically .1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7. . . . .2. . . . . . . . . . . . Insert Filemark . . . . . . . . . . Reset Control Settings . . . . . . . . Lock to RAT . . . iv . . Icons Used for Logfile Replay . . . . . . . . . . 7. . . . . Event Log . . . . . . . . 9.9. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . Voice Codec . . . . . . . . . . . .3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 6. . . . . . .3. . . . . . . . . 9. . . . . . . . . . . . 7. . . . . . . . . 9. . . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7. . Ignore Cell Barred. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8. . 9. . . . . . . . . TEMS Pocket Functions in the Activity Menu 83 83 83 84 84 84 85 86 86 87 87 87 88 88 7. . . . . . . . . . . . 7. .1. . . . . . . . . . . . .TEMS Pocket 7. .6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10. Connect/Disconnect GPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tag Logfile . . . . . . . . .4. .4. Lock ARFCN GSM . . . .1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pocket Menu . 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Comparison with Locking Functions in TEMS Investigation . . . . Lock Cell WCDMA . . . . . . Icons Used for Cell Control . . . . . . . . 9. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Pocket Menu 89 8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HS Capability . . 7. . . . . .1. General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9. Start/Stop Logfile Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7. . .5. . . . . 9. . . . . . .11. . . . Start/Stop Logfile Replay . 89 9. . . . . . . . . . Lock Band WCDMA. . . 82 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3. . . . . . .10. . . . 80 6. . . Replay Control Functions . . . 7. . .5. . . . Operational Mode . . . . . . . . . . 9. . . . . .

. . Event Settings . . 117 13. . . Event Icons . . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . . . . 103 10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FTP Server . . . 107 10. . . . . . . .2. . . 113 12. . . . . . . . .1. . . .5. .2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . . Resetting Event Counters . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 10. 105 10. . . . . . . . . . . Viewing Event Counters . . . .5. 99 10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 10. . . . .1. 119 LZT 138 0240 R2A v . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Clearing the Event Log. . . . . 98 10. . . . .2. . List of Logged Events . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . SM Events . . . . . . . GPS Time Synch. . 103 10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 10. . . . . . . . . . . . 100 10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 10. . . .5. . . . 102 10. . 116 13. . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . Viewing the Event Log . . . . . . . .1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GPS Connect . . . . . . . . .3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 12. . .2. . .1. . . . . . . . . FTP Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . IRAT Events . . . . . . . . . . 109 10. .1. . . . . . . . . FTP Menu 117 13. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . .3.2. .1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. .4. . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . CC Events .4. .1. . . .5. . . . RR Events . . .3. . . . .2. . . . . . . . . . . . GPS Menu 112 113 12.1. . . . Using the Built-in GPS . . .6. . . . . .1. . . 114 12. 97 10. . . . 104 10. . 102 10. . . . . . . . . Session Events. . . . . . . . . . .1. . 97 10.3. . . . . . . .Contents 10. . . . . . Events Menu 97 10. Using GPS Units with TEMS Pocket: Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Viewing Event Settings. . . . . . . . 101 10. . . . . . MM Events . . . . . .8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Enabling/Disabling Event Logging and Sound . .4. . . . . . GPS Device . .2. . . . . . . . . 98 10.3. . . . . . . . . . RRC Events . . .2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shortcuts to Event Settings and Event Counters . . 113 12. . . . . . . . . . . . . Using an External GPS . Event Counters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Modifying Event Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Event Log . . . . Data Views Menu 12. . . . .3. . . . . . . . .5. . . 115 12. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 10. . . . . . GMM Events. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 11. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . Pre-guard and Post-guard Periods . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. . .2. . . . . 15. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Logfile Naming Format.2. . . . . . . . . . . . . Command Sequence Menu 131 131 132 132 134 135 136 136 137 138 138 139 139 139 139 140 140 140 140 15. . . . . . . . . . . .2.2. . 15. .3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 14. .12. . . .2. . . . . . . . 15. . 14. . . Global Command Sequence Settings . . . . . . . 14. . .5. . . . . .2. . . .4. . . . . . .3. . . . . . . . Rearranging Actions in a Command Sequence. Passive Measurement Action Settings . .2. . . 15. . . . . . . . . . . . .2. 16. Saving Default Settings for an Action Type .13. . . . 143 vi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Relation to Upload over Cellular Network . .2. . . . . 14. .10. . . Logfile Menu 121 121 122 123 123 123 124 125 126 128 128 129 130 130 14. . . 15. .3. Voice Action Settings . . HTTP Action Settings. . . . . .2. . . . 15. . . . . . . Passive Measurement Menu 141 16. . .2. . . . . . 15. 14. .2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9. . . 14. . 14. . . . Video Action Settings. .11. . . Examples . . .. . . . Conflicts with Other TEMS Pocket Functions . . . . . Upload Logfile . . . . . . . . . . . . .7. . . .4. . . . . . . . .3. . . . Compress .1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15. . . . . . . FTP Server . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Idle Action Settings .TEMS Pocket 7. . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14. . . . . . . 15. . .3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . Viewing and Editing Command Sequences . . The Assembled Command Sequence . . . 15. . . . . . . . .2. . . . . 15. . 15. . . . . . . . . . . . . 15. . . . . . . . . . . . 14. Prioritization of Passive Measurements . . Running Command Sequences . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . . . . . . . . . 15. . . . . . . . . . . .. .6. . . . .1. . . Deleting Command Sequences .6. . . . . . . . Defining Command Sequences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . . . . Logfiles in TEMS Pocket: Introduction . . . . . .2. .5. . . . . . . 14. . . 15. . . 142 16. . Introduction to Command Sequences. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14. . .1. . . . . Conflicts with Other TEMS Pocket Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WiFi Upload . . . . . . . . FTP Action Settings . .1. . . . .1. . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Deleting an Action from a Command Sequence . . . . . .. . . Save Logfile To . .1. Adding an Action to a Command Sequence . . . . . . . . . . .8. Streaming Action Settings .1. . . 14. . . FTP Resume. . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15. . . .5. . . . . . . . . . 14. .2. . . . . . . . . . .3. .2. . . . . 15. . . . . . 15. . . . . .2. . . .7. . . . . . Setting an Upload Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . Notes on Message Buffering . .4. . . . . . . . . . 157 19. . . . . .3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3. .3. . . . About Screen. . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152 18. . . . . . . . . . . . 148 17. . . . 159 19. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 18. . . . . . . . .3. . . . . . . . . . . .1. . . .3. Messages . . . . . 146 17. . 158 19.3. 143 16. . . . . . Introduction to Scanning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Setting Up a Scan . . . .1. . . . . . . . 149 17. . . . . . . .2. . . . . . Quick Guide. . . . 143 16. . . . . . . . . . . .10. . . . . . . . . . . .5. . .4. Edit Scan List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2. .2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Post-guard Period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Managing Export Files . . .4. . . . . . . . . Importing Settings Files from TEMS Pocket Versions Older than 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . .3. . Advanced GSM Settings . . . . .6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . . . 154 18. . . Auto Answer . . . . . . . 157 19. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Import Settings . . . WAP Data View. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. . Tools Menu 145 17. . . . . . . . .4.3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . . . Cell Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . .Contents 16. 157 19. . 152 18. . . . . . 155 18. . . . .1. . . . . . 158 19. . . . 153 18. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . System . . . .3. . . . . . . . . . . . 153 18. . . . . . . . . . . . Backlight . . . .2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cell Id Format . . . . . . 145 17. . . 155 19. . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 17. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 17. Import Cell File . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Power Display (GSM) . . . . . . . . . . Method . 159 LZT 138 0240 R2A vii .2. . . . . . . . General Settings Menu 151 18. . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.3. . . . . . . .8. . . . . . . . 156 19. .3. . . WCDMA Cell Id Q-val . . . . . . . . . . .3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146 17. . . . . . . . .5. . . . How to Enter Scan Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . . . . Pre-guard Period . . . . . GSM Scanning Methods . . . . . . . . . Advanced . . . . Data View Style . Measure Mode Display (GSM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11. Reset All . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 18. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . .9. . .1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Export Settings . . . . . . . .3. . . . . . .7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153 18. . . . . . . . . . 156 19. . . . . . . . 154 18. . Scanning 156 19. . . . . .3. WCDMA Scanning Methods . . . . . 157 19. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155 18. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

.6. . . . . . . .3. . . . . . GPRS Network Mode of Operation . Freezing the Scanner View . . . . . Support Contact Information Appendix A.2. CCCH Configuration. . . . Battery Charging Considerations 168 170 21. . A. . . . . . . . . . .5. . . . Other TEMS Pocket Functionality Available in Scan Mode . . . .3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 19. . Advanced WCDMA Settings . . WCDMA Scanning Presentation . . . . . A. . . . GSM Scanning Presentation . . . . . . CC Cause . . . . . The Capture Function .4.6. . . Starting and Stopping a Scan . . . . . . . .5. . . . .6. . . . .2. .5. . . 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . .3. . Network (Whole-band) Scan . . . . . . A. . . . .9. . . . . . . . . . Custom List Scan .4.6. . . . . GPS View (No. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Using the Phone’s Built-in GPS . . . . .8. Notes on Changing the Scan Setup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . . . .1. . . . . viii . .1.6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Using a TEMS Pocket Command Sequence . . .3. 19. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5. .6. . . . . . . CPICH (Custom List) Scan . . . . . . . 19. . . . Recording Logfiles . . . . . . . . .TEMS Pocket 7. A. . . . . . . . . . 19. . . . . . . . Deactivate PDP Context Cause . . . .2. . . . . . . . . . . . .1. Using a GPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6. . . . . . . 19. Whole-band Scan . . . . . . . . . . .3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. .5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170 22. . . . . . . . . Scan Presentation: Scanner View (No. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. .6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Parameter Values 172 173 173 173 174 175 176 176 176 177 A. . . . . . . . . . The Built-in Help Function. . .2. . . 19. . . . .2). .7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3. . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . . . Activate PDP Context Failure Cause . . .1. . . . . . . .2. . . . . . . . 170 21. . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . . . . .6. . . . 19.2. . . . . . . . . . . 170 21. . . . .7. . . . . . . 19. . . 19. . . . . . . . . . . .8. . Channel Type . . 19. 19. Uploading TEMS Pocket Logfiles from the Phone File System 21. . . .1. 19. . . . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . . . . . . . . 159 160 160 160 160 161 161 163 163 164 164 164 165 166 166 166 166 20. . . . . .1. . A. . . . . . . . . Automatic Upload Failure Cause . . . . . . . Choice of Phone Charger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19. . .1. . . . . . . . GMM Cause . . . . .1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19. A. .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . 179 A. . . . . 181 A. . . . . . PDP Context Request Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RLC/LLC BLER/Retransmissions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189 D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GPS Fix Quality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189 D. . . . . . . . . . . . . .6. . . . . . . . Default Settings in TEMS Pocket Menus 187 189 D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190 LZT 138 0240 R2A ix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7. .16. . . . . . . . . . . . Delay Class . . . . . . Tx Power. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SM Cause . . . . .2.12. . . . . 189 D. . . . 182 A. . . . . RLC DL/UL Throughput . . . . . . 180 A.1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Activity Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184 B. . . . . . . . . . . 180 A. . . . . . . GSM Scanning . . . . . RxQual . . . . .10. . . . . . . . FER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . RR Cause .1. . . . . . . . . 185 B. . Peak Throughput . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scanner Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cell Control Menu . . . . . . .11. 181 A. .11. . . . . . . . 186 Appendix C. . . . . . . . RSSI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 179 A. . . . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . . 190 D. . . . . . . .4. .1. . . . . . . . . . . . .9. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Events Menu . . . . .1. .5. . . . . . . . . . . . . .3. . . 178 A. . .1. . . . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . . . . . . 178 A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C/I . . . Routing Area Update Failure Cause .1. 185 B. . . . . . . .Contents A. . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . . . 185 B. . . . . . . . . . .11. . . . . . . . . . . . . .15. . . . . . . MM Cause. . . . . . . .2. . . . . . . .2. . . . .2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reliability Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . . . . . . . . 182 Appendix B. . . . . . .11. . . . .2. . . . . . . . . . 177 A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ec/N0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Graphic Representation of Parameter Values 184 B. . . . .1. . 189 D. . . . . . . . RxLev. . . . . . . . .2. . . . . . . .13. . . . . . . . . .11. . . . . . . . . 179 A. . . . . . . . . . . RSCP. . . . . . . . . 189 D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Operational Mode . . Mean Throughput. . . . . .3. . . . . . . .2. . . . . . . . Precedence Class . . . . . . . . . . 179 A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RRC Failure Cause. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RRC Protocol Error Cause . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pocket Menu. . .17. . . . 190 D. . . . . . .14. WCDMA Scanning . . . . . . 186 B. Icons Used in TEMS Pocket Appendix D. . . . 178 A. . . . . . . .4. . 184 B. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RR Internal Cause . . .

. . . . . . . . . . .6. .2. . . .2. . . . . .3. D. .2. . . . . . . Tools Menu . .2. . . . . . . .8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190 190 190 190 191 192 192 192 Appendix E. . .2. . . D. . . D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. . . . .5.4. . . . . . . . . . GPS Menu. . . Data Views Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . .2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TEMS Pocket 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Passive Measurement Menu. . . Logfile Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. .10. . Command Sequence Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . .2. . D. Cell File Format Index 194 197 x . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General Settings Menu . . D. . FTP Menu . . . . . . . .3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

maintenance and troubleshooting of cellular networks but is also handy for many cell planning tasks. the cell presentation can then be toggled between cell name and CGI. Introduction Welcome to TEMS Pocket. This document describes TEMS Pocket 7.2 users. What’s New in TEMS Pocket 7. 1. LZT 138 0240 R2A 1 .Chapter 1. the user can choose to save only logfiles containing a failure event. The cell names are retrieved from an XML-format cell file that the user imports into the TEMS Pocket application.2 (W995/W995a/W995 EDGE) and is available as an upgrade for TEMS Pocket 7. Storing logfiles more selectively like this allows users to focus their analysis precisely on the data that is most relevant in the context.1. Presentation of Cell Names In TEMS Pocket 7.1. Two new data views listing cells by name (one for GSM and one for WCDMA) are also introduced in order to further amplify the overview of the network structure.3 (product packages Professional and Premium) as implemented in the Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a phones which support both GSM and WCDMA.1. A separate manual is provided for the GSM-only Sony Ericsson W995 EDGE phone. TEMS Pocket is an advanced cellular network diagnostics tool built into a mobile phone. Event-based Logfile Sifting This feature allows the user to set up criteria for what logfiles will be saved during passive monitoring of user sessions. For example.3 TEMS Pocket 7. TEMS Pocket is suitable for day-to-day verification. or when a command sequence is running. 1. 1. Introduction 1.1.3 is based on the same Sony Ericsson handsets as TEMS Pocket 7.2.3 it is possible to present cells by name in the realtime data views.

1.2 is implemented on the Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a phones.1.3.4. The logfile name now indicates: • • • • Occurrence of failure event (if any) Type of measurement Manually added tag (if any) Date and time 1. With TEMS Pocket installed on the same device. 2 Mbit/s UL – – • • W995: 900/2100 MHz W995a: 850/1900/2100 MHz 8.2 Mbit/s DL. This has previously not been possible.1.3 can reside on a TEMS Investigation phone which also has MRU (Mobile Receiving Unit) software installed. They are the first Sony Ericsson phones that officially support HSUPA (EUL). Some further key features of these devices are: • • GSM/GPRS quad-band (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) WCDMA/HSPA 7. it is possible to use TEMS Pocket features such as lock on cell and passive voice measurement while the device is functioning as an MRU. What Was New in TEMS Pocket 7.1 megapixel camera Integrated GPS 2 .2. simplifying and speeding up analysis of the files. The MRU acts as a receiver when performing voice quality (PESQ) measurements with TEMS Investigation or TEMS Automatic. Coexistence with MRU (Mobile Receiving Unit) TEMS Pocket 7.1. Improved Logfile Naming The naming of logfiles recorded by TEMS Pocket has been made more structured and elaborate.2 New UMTS Phones: Sony Ericsson W995/W995a TEMS Pocket 7. 1.TEMS Pocket 7.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 1.2.

New features were: LZT 138 0240 R2A 3 .4. The ARFCNs can be picked from arbitrary bands. UARFCNs found by the network scan can be added to the CPICH scan list. two scanning modes are provided: network scan and CPICH scan.2. WCDMA 900/2100 Sony Ericsson W995a: GSM 850/900/1800/1900.2. • The scan presentation has been carefully designed to provide a comprehensive view of all scanned channels.2 introduced the capability of scanning GSM and WCDMA networks. RSSI scanning is done either across an entire band or of a userselected set of up to 200 ARFCNs. TEMS Pocket will scan a user-selected band for UARFCNs where a CPICH can be decoded. WCDMA 850/1900/ 2100 Sony Ericsson W995 EDGE: GSM 850/900/1800/1900 For GSM. For WCDMA. • In network scan mode. Key features are: • • GSM/GPRS quad-band (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) EDGE Class 10 1. Introduction 1.Chapter 1. BSIC decoding helps identify the signal source. ensuring that no significant signals are overlooked. Command Sequence Enhancements The command sequence function was greatly expanded and enhanced in this release. New GSM Phone: Sony Ericsson W995 EDGE TEMS Pocket 7. while also allowing close-up inspection of individual channels. Supported bands are as follows: • • • Sony Ericsson W995: GSM 850/900/1800/1900.2 is also available on the GSM-only version of the W995 phone. Up to 12 UARFCNs can be scanned. the current top ten CPICHs are presented from each scanned UARFCN. The main purpose of this scan mode is to detect network presence.2.2. which is called Sony Ericsson W995 EDGE. 1. Scanning (GSM and WCDMA) TEMS Pocket 7.3. In CPICH scan mode.

TEMS Pocket 7. A new data view is provided which presents the current status of a command sequence that is being executed.2. and so on). For voice and video calls. Data can be streamed from a userdefined URL through an access point that is likewise user-configurable. see section 1.5 below. a privacy option is provided which suppresses recording of what URLs are visited.5. All command sequence settings can be exported to file and imported.2. A new command sequence action is provided for streaming. Default settings for each action type can be saved. it lets the user put a cap on the duration of the streaming session. Logfile recording can be set on or off for each command sequence. Actions contain an option for applying control functions while the action is executed.6. Regarding streaming. for instance locking on a band and/or cell. Streaming performance data is displayed in the TEMS Pocket data views just as for previously supported services such as FTP. audio on/off). streaming. Logfile upload can be done after each loop through a command sequence. and idle mode.2. The information given includes the expected remaining duration of current action and the next action to follow. Multiple actions (up to 10) can be strung together in one command sequence. new actions are initialized with these defaults. FTP. Streaming TEMS Pocket 7. Multiple command sequences (up to 10) can be defined. • 1. The media presentation can be customized in various respects (hide/show video. a redial option can be activated which causes any dropped or blocked calls to be redialed automatically. 4 .3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual • • • • • • • • • Actions for HTTP. 1.2 can test video streaming over the RTSP protocol by means of the phone’s integrated media player. This kind of measurement is configured separately for each service type (voice. Passive Measurement Automatic recording of logfiles was renamed “passive measurement”. For HTTP and streaming.

Introduction 1.10.1.2 Mbit/s on downlink LZT 138 0240 R2A 5 .7.2 is the GlobalSat BT-359.3. The TEMS Pocket phone is capable of searching for available WiFi networks. 850/1900/2100 MHz (C905a) HSDPA 7. and the user can select any WiFi bearer thus detected for uploading TEMS Pocket data to an FTP server. What Was New in TEMS Pocket 7.0 is implemented on the Sony Ericsson C905 and C905a phones. 1. 1. Both AMR-NB (narrowband) and AMR-WB (wideband) appear in the view. Among this information may be noted average ETFCI. C905a TEMS Pocket 7. average Serving Grant Index.2.2.2. 1.Chapter 1. HSPA Data View The HSDPA Data view has been expanded with HSUPA-specific information and renamed “HSPA Data”. New GPS The GPS that could optionally be ordered with TEMS Pocket 7. WCDMA AMR Data View A new data view (“WCDMA AMR”) has been created for showing AMR speech codec usage in WCDMA.3. Their features include: • • • GSM/GPRS quad-band HSDPA/WCDMA 2100 MHz (C905).8.1 is a Nokia-based release. Data Upload over WiFi Data upload can alternatively be done over WiFi whenever a WiFi access point is available. and UE happy rate.0 (TEMS Pocket 7. which is broadly similar to the GSM AMR data view already present. average transport block size. 1.9.) 1. Phones: Sony Ericsson C905.2.

Start pinpointing your position in the building. This is accomplished in a tick with a software utility accompanying TEMS Pocket. The logfile will close. All graphs come predefined and ready to use without any need for configuration. It allows users to pinpoint their route through a building on a floor plan.3.1 megapixel camera Integrated GPS 1.3. When you are done with the measurement.0. Data Views with Graphs TEMS Pocket 7. 1. use the camera in the TEMS Pocket phone to take a photo of the emergency/evacuation plan displayed in the building. it just needs to be anchored to a geographical position. The logfiles are then ready to be loaded into TEMS Presentation or TEMS Investigation. For example.0 comes equipped with a set of graph views showing how radio parameters vary over time. Smarter Logfile Upload The data upload process was improved: If the FTP connection goes down. Map View and Pinpointing The map view was the principal new feature in TEMS Pocket 7. • • • This is the full list of steps required to use the TEMS Pocket Map view. Pinpoint at regular intervals along the route and whenever you change direction. but they are similar to the ones found in TEMS Investigation and TEMS Presentation. No messy or time-consuming preparations have been left out: none are needed.2. The setup is fast and easy: • Obtain an image of the floor plan. give a “Stop pinpointing” command. Load the picture as a background image in the Map view.4. A logfile will be opened automatically.3. These line charts were an entirely new feature in TEMS Pocket 7.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual • • 8. The map functionality is available as an option in the Professional package.0. Before post-processing the data.3. the upload of a logfile can optionally be resumed from where it was 6 .TEMS Pocket 7. 1.

It can also be used to produce receipts handed in by staff to confirm completion of field measurement tasks.3. Snapshots of Data Views A display snapshot function was added which enables you to capture TEMS Pocket data views in the form of bitmap images. This functionality permits convenient distribution of test setups to multiple TEMS Pocket units. 1. The snapshot function is perfect for instantly capturing your own user’s view of the network.Chapter 1. Importing and Exporting TEMS Pocket Settings More aspects of user configuration in TEMS Pocket can be saved to file: command sequence setups. enhancing the efficiency and power of the tool.6. Cell Id Presentation Cell Identity data is presented in both idle and dedicated/connected mode for both GSM and WCDMA. This too contributes to efficiency and reduces traveling expenses. 1. The new procedure cuts upload times and saves phone battery life. 1.3. LZT 138 0240 R2A 7 . The buffer is cleared when the phone is restarted. and more.3. Each setup is saved in a separate file which can be imported into the application on a later occasion. user-configured map views.5. Introduction interrupted instead of being restarted from the beginning. This is achieved by buffering Cell Identities in idle mode and then correlating the buffered data with the phone’s position in dedicated/connected mode.7.

Chapter 19 explains what functions the two modes share.1. Phone mode: The TEMS Pocket device acts as a regular phone. 2. • You select working mode in the Activity menu under Operational mode. • Phone Mode vs. Everything else in this manual applies to phone mode. Overview of TEMS Pocket 2. The scanning functionality is dealt with in chapter 19. it will display the W/G Cells data view: 8 .3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 2.2. Data Views Most of the data displayed by TEMS Pocket is to be found in data views. See section 7.1. Scan mode: The TEMS Pocket device acts as a scanner capable of detecting GSM and WCDMA signals and decoding BSICs/CPICH scrambling codes. or is common to both modes. When you turn the phone on for the first time. giving references to other parts of the manual where appropriate. Scan Mode TEMS Pocket has two main working modes.TEMS Pocket 7. and measurement data is collected relating to GSM and WCDMA networks and to voice and data services in which the phone engages.

Overview of TEMS Pocket On later occasions.4.2. provided that the TEMS Pocket operational mode is set to Active (see section 7. The data views are exhaustively described in chapter 3. that view is shown. By default TEMS Pocket is in active mode. see section 10. The top section of the display preserves the ordinary signal strength and battery power level indicators as well as other symbols belonging to the regular user interface of the phone. TEMS Pocket remembers the view last displayed in each category. An “H” symbol indicating that the current serving cell supports HSDPA.1. and the data views within a category by moving the navigation key up and down. If the default phone display with the operator name appears instead of a TEMS Pocket data view. when you return to a category. You browse the categories by moving the navigation key left and right. this is because TEMS Pocket has been put in background or inactive mode (see section 7. the phone will display the data view last inspected. when turned on.y”. Among the latter are: A “3G” symbol indicating that the phone’s current serving cell supports WCDMA R99 (but not HSDPA).4).2) an icon indicating that a cell control function is currently applied (see section 9) an icon for the latest TEMS Pocket event that occurred (if it occurred within the last 15 minutes. and the status of the replay (see section 7. Each data view is numbered according to the format “x. The top section of the display also shows various icons related to TEMS Pocket operation.Chapter 2. They include: • • • • an icon indicating that a logfile is being recorded (see section 7. 2.1). Data Views with Graphs Data views with graphs combine text-format content (similar to that of ordinary data views) with a line chart showing how one or several parameters LZT 138 0240 R2A 9 . where “x” is the category and “y” the position of the data view within that category.3) an icon indicating that a logfile is being replayed. The data views are divided into categories from 1 to 5.1). and all of its data views are visible.

the graph views are predefined. Like the text-only data views.2. Menus When you press the Activity key on the phone. a tab with TEMS Pocket commands appears on top in the Activity menu: 10 . See section 2. 1.3. 2.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual vary over time. They are collected in category 5. See section 2.TEMS Pocket 7.6.4.3. The top section of the display has precisely the same layout and behavior as in text-only data views.7) is used for pinpointing a test route on a floor plan or other map image. Map View The Map view (no. 2.

which is the chief means of configuring TEMS Pocket: see chapter 8.Chapter 2. The Pocket menu can alternatively be accessed from the phone’s main menu: Settings → General → Pocket menu.6.3–7. 2. LZT 138 0240 R2A 11 . Logfiles Logfile Recording You can record data collected by TEMS Pocket in logfiles and replay these files in TEMS Pocket itself or in TEMS Investigation or TEMS Presentation. See section 10. Overview of TEMS Pocket Most of the commands in this menu are found only here. Note: TEMS Pocket settings are always saved in the phone’s internal memory. 2. TEMS Pocket settings can no longer be saved. You then need to remove some files to free up memory. 2. If the phone memory is full. The menu is gone through in chapter 7.1.4 and chapter 14.5. Events Events are generated and logged by TEMS Pocket to indicate that something interesting and worthy of note has occurred in the phone’s interaction with the cellular network.1. The event log is inspected and managed from the Pocket menu.6. See sections 7. A shortcut to the event log is found in the Activity menu. From the Activity menu you can also access the Pocket menu.

etc.TEMS Pocket 7.6. 2. See chapter 15.3. Positioning by Pinpointing In an indoor environment or other location without GPS coverage. 2. See chapter 9 for full details.).7. 12 . 2. The map image can also be assigned a geographical position. You can use either the phone’s internal GPS or an external GPS unit that has been Bluetooth paired with the phone.8. Memory Stick In general it is recommendable to use a memory stick rather than the phone’s internal memory as storage medium (for logfiles.6. 2.3) to pinpoint your test route. Scan Mode See section 2. Storage Medium: Phone Memory vs. band.10. This is because the internal memory of the Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a is fairly small. FTP downloads. See chapter 12. GPS Positioning TEMS Pocket supports positioning of data using GPS.2. or channel. Cell Control Functions TEMS Pocket has a number of cell control functions for controlling the phone’s behavior in the cellular network. cell. For the full details on these procedures. You load an image of your testing area into the Map view. then indicate your route by marking waypoints on that map. These include locking the phone to a RAT.1 above and chapter 19.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 2. you can use the Map view (see section 2. Command Sequences TEMS Pocket offers the use of command sequences for automated testing of various services. see chapter 6.9. The memory stick is the default choice in all dialogs where a storage medium needs to be selected. 2.

Turning TEMS Pocket Off You turn TEMS Pocket on and off by entering the Activity menu and changing the operational mode: see section 7.1. Swedish Pocket user interface – – Text display: English User input: English 2. Language Support TEMS Pocket Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a phones support languages as follows: • • Regular phone user interface: Arabic. French. simplified characters).11. Norwegian. Chinese (Mandarin. LZT 138 0240 R2A 13 . English. Danish. Overview of TEMS Pocket 2.12. Spanish.Chapter 2.

the number appearing on top of a colored bar whose length and color depend on the parameter value. the hopping list is shown one channel at a time. GSM-only. General Data View Properties The data views in category 1 (numbered “1. a new channel appearing every second.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 3. Certain parameters are presented both numerically and graphically. 14 . Data Views: General 3. 3.and GPRS/EGPRS-specific data. Use the navigation key to navigate the contents of the data view. Both will appear simultaneously if the phone is making inter-RAT neighbor measurements. The data views in category 5 all include a graph. and those in category 3 and 4 chiefly contain GSM. The Built-in Help Function If you press Options and select “Toggle help”. These parameters are tagged “numeric/graphic” in chapters 4 and 5. All data views have the same general structure in idle mode and dedicated/ active mode. In the case of frequency hopping. Whenever a parameter is currently not valid.2. a callout box appears describing the piece of data in the top left corner of the screen. The rules for the graphic presentation are found in appendix B. this is indicated in the data view by a dash “–” or a string of dashes. page 184. The data views in category 2 chiefly contain WCDMA-specific data.1. WCDMA-only.x”) are capable of showing both WCDMA and GSM data.TEMS Pocket 7. and combined views are found in this category.

press the C key. A shutter sound is played when the screenshot is taken. where <X>-<Y> represent the data view number and <N> is a counter starting at 1. Data Views: General Help not displayed • Help displayed To turn off the help function. The Capture Function You can take screenshots of any data view. Image files are named DV<X>-<Y>_<N>. Whenever the phone is in standby mode or during a voice call.bmp. you can now take a screenshot by pressing the Capture button. Other Data View Actions In some data views you can perform an action relating to a piece of data shown in the view. 3. All data view actions are performed by pressing the Options button and choosing Data view actions. Alternatively. 3.4. Please note that screenshots are always stored on the memory card (under Other\Pocket\ Capture).3. Up to 1000 screenshots of each data view can be stored. A submenu appears listing the available actions. you can lock on one of the cells. press Options and choose Toggle help again. so the phone must have one inserted. in data views listing cells. LZT 138 0240 R2A 15 . you must first turn the screen capture function on (while in a data view) by selecting Options → Toggle capture. For example.Chapter 3. To do this.

16 .3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Specifics on data view actions are found in the subsequent sections.TEMS Pocket 7.

2 PDP Context 25 1.Chapter 3. and path loss for each cell in active set and monitored/detected neighbor sets. idle/ dedicated). Page 21 1. Displays PDP addresses and PDP context settings for each address. Displays time spent by the phone in various states (MM states. Displays the progress of a command sequence that is being executed.1 Map Progress WCDMA Cells 78 31 33 LZT 138 0240 R2A 17 . 1.5.1) views into a dual mode view. cell status.8 2. such as TMSI. Data Views: General 3. altitude and speed. and CGI of last registered network.6 GPS 30 1. Not a data view (but has a number).1 Survey of Data Views View Name W/G Cells Description Combines the WCDMA Cells (2. Displays UARFCN.1) and GSM Cells (3.5 FTP Data 28 1. such as FTP server address. Displays essential GPS data: latitude and longitude. time and date. and transferred byte count. Displays identities common to WCDMA and GSM. number of satellites. No. fix quality. RSCP. scrambling code. Displays information on the current FTP session.4 Time Log 27 1.3 MM/GMM 26 1. throughput. See chapter 6. including NSAPI and APN. P-TMSI.7 1. Ec/N0.

and block error rates. and information on uplink and downlink RLC and transport channel performance.3 WCDMA C. power control information. scrambling code.5 WCDMA Serv. RRC state. and RSCP for each cell in the active set and monitored/detected neighbor sets.2 View Name WCDMA Cell Id Description Displays UARFCN.4 2. CI. scrambling code. 2. Displays SIR and SIR target. power control information.TEMS Pocket 7. Displays UARFCN. Displays SIR and SIR target. Cell WCDMA Channel 36 38 2. Displays SIR and SIR target.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual No. requested and actual block sizes. DTX rate. TBS. and statistics on AMR codec utilization. CI. Name 35 2. power control information. data transfer rate. and cell name for each cell in the active set and monitored/detected neighbor sets. and retransmission rate. AMR codecs selected on uplink and downlink. Displays various items from System Information messages.7) during WAP browsing. Displays a subset of the WCDMA Data view (2. and information on transport channels used. RRC state.6 WCDMA AMR 39 2. Also displays HSUPA E-TFCI.8 HSPA Data 42 – WCDMA WAP browser view 61 18 . Displays HSDPA CQI.7 WCDMA Data 40 2. Page 34 2. RRC state. happy rate. SGI.

3 GSM Cell Name 48 3.4 GSM C/I Info 57 LZT 138 0240 R2A 19 . Also presents system information data for cell access. and RxLev for the serving cell and each neighbor. Displays ARFCN. Data Views: General No.Chapter 3. CI. Also presents system information data for cell access. Displays the GSM BA neighbor list as received from the network and shows which BCCH ARFCN the list was received from. LAC. selection. Displays system information data on serving cell depending on mode (idle/ connected). and cell name for the serving cell and each neighbor. and vital GPRS/EGPRS configuration parameters. and location. RxLev. and TLLI are not found here but in the MM/ GMM data view (1. Note: TMSI. BSIC.4 GSM BA List 49 4. Displays traffic channel ARFCN. and C2/C32 for the serving cell and each neighbor. timeslots and coding schemes used.1 View Name GSM Cells Description Displays ARFCN.3 GPRS Info 56 4. Page 45 3. Displays traffic channel ARFCN.2 GPRS Data 53 4. P-TMSI. and location.3). selection. 3.2 GSM Cell Id 47 3. BSIC. C1/ C31. CI. and LLC and RLC/MAC performance on uplink and downlink.1 GSM Serving Cell 50 4. Displays ARFCN. Displays C/I information for the most frequently utilized timeslot on each traffic channel in use. timeslots and coding schemes used.

AMR codecs selected on uplink and downlink.3 W/G Data 70 5. Graph displays RxLev for serving cell and three strongest neighbors. Graph displays WCDMA serving cell RSCP/GSM serving cell RxLev. see chapter 19. Graph displays RLC/MAC data transfer rate. Graph displays SIR Target and actual SIR.5 5. Page 58 – 5.2 GPRS WAP browser view W/G Serving RSSI W/G Cells 63 66 68 5.4 5. 20 .TEMS Pocket 7. Graph displays WCDMA serving cell RSCP and UTRA Carrier RSSI.7 5. and statistics on AMR codec utilization. 4.8 WCDMA Serving WCDMA SIR WCDMA Cells GSM Cells GSM Data 71 72 73 74 76 Regarding the views shown in scan mode.5 View Name GSM AMR Description Displays GSM logical channel information.2) during WAP browsing. Graph displays RSCP for serving cell and three strongest neighbors.1 5. ditto for three strongest WCDMA/GSM neighbors. Graph displays WCDMA serving cell RSCP/GSM serving cell RxLev.6 5. Graph displays WCDMA transport channel and GSM RLC/MAC data transfer rates. Displays a subset of the GPRS Data view (4.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual No.

W: WCDMA cell type: One of • S: Serving cell • A: Active set member • M: Monitored neighbor • D: Detected neighbor • – (with values on the rest of the line): Inter-RAT. not shown in this format in the phone display) Ec/No: Ec/N0 (dB). these neighbors also appear here. Data Views in Text Format 4.2).1) Lines 1–4 show WCDMA cells and are thus primarily used in WCDMA mode. section 9. W/G Cells (View No. Note that if you have locked the phone to GSM (Lock to RAT function. when WCDMA neighbors are measured in GSM mode. Data Views in Text Format 4. UMTS Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number SC: Scrambling Code RSCP: Received Signal Code Power (dBm). WCDMA neighbor measured in GSM mode UARFC: UARFCN. numeric/graphic PL: Pathloss (dB). However. no WCDMA neighbors will ever be measured.Chapter 4. numeric/graphic Screenshot Key (used for convenience in the manual. this measurement appears only when ordered by the network LZT 138 0240 R2A 21 .1. 1.

s: Hopping SDCCH • T: TCH. If GSM neighbors are measured while in WCDMA mode. no GSM neighbors will ever be measured. p: Hopping PBCCH • S: SDCCH. The information shown in WCDMA and GSM mode is partly different. Line 5: GSM serving cell Lines 6–8: Three strongest GSM neighbors Screenshot (footer with CGI) G: GSM channel type for serving cell: One of • B: BCCH. GSM neighbor measured in WCDMA mode ARFC: ARFCN. showing data on the network that the phone is currently using. numeric/graphic Lines 9–10 are used in both WCDMA and GSM mode. GSM: Serving cell BSIC RSS: Received signal strength. d: Hopping PDTCH • – (with values on the rest of the line): Inter-RAT. Note that if you have locked the phone to WCDMA (Lock to RAT function. section 9.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Lines 5–8 show GSM cells and are thus primarily used in GSM mode. these neighbors also appear here. as detailed below.7). This data is repeated in many other data views. GSM: Serving cell BCCH ARFCN B: WCDMA: Serving cell Scrambling Code. Base Station Identity Code RxLev: Received Signal Strength (unit userconfigurable: see section 18. numeric/graphic RAC: Serving cell Routing Area Code Screenshot (footer with cell name) 22 . P: PBCCH. Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number BS: BSIC.TEMS Pocket 7.2). t: Hopping TCH • D: PDTCH. –: No service} Key (footer with cell name) (U)ARFC: WCDMA: Serving cell UARFCN. W: WCDMA. equal to UTRA Carrier RSSI for WCDMA and RxLev for GSM. Key (footer with CGI) Line 9 C: Current RAT {G: GSM.

Cell file import is done under Pocket menu → Tools.6.1. Cell Identity for WCDMA = RNC + CI) CI: Serving cell Cell Identity. see section 17. but cell names can alternatively be displayed in any data view that has a footer.5. Screenshot (footer with CGI) In all data views that follow. MCC: Serving cell Mobile Country Code MNC: Serving cell Mobile Network Code Screenshot (footer with cell name) LAC: Serving cell Location Area Code RNC: Serving cell Radio Network Controller ID (WCDMA only. either by means of CGI or by cell name as defined in an imported XML cell file. Key (footer with CGI) Key (footer with cell name) LZT 138 0240 R2A 23 .Chapter 4. section 6. 16 bits (= C-Id: see 3GPP 25.401. Data Views in Text Format Line 10 This line identifies the serving cell. see section 18.5) Cell Name: Name of cell. taken from XML file. see section 17. the view footer uses the CGI mode of presentation. page 150. page 153. The choice of presentation mode is made in the Pocket menu under General settings.5.

• To unlock. When you have navigated to the desired item. enter the Data view actions menu again and give the appropriate Unlock command.1.TEMS Pocket 7. press Select.1. Data View Actions • You can lock on a cell or (in WCDMA mode) a UARFCN that is listed in the data view. • Choose the cell or UARFCN to lock on by moving the red frame. using the navigation key. 24 .3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 4.

6. PDP Address: IPv4 PDP address (12-digit number).1... Data Views in Text Format 4.008.6. 9} P: Precedence Class {0 . 3} MT: Mean Throughput {0 . PDP Context (View No..4.008. 1..Chapter 4..5. sec. D: Delay Class {0 .. 5} K: Peak Throughput {0 . See 3GPP 24. 18. See 3GPP 24. 31} (For the meanings of values.2) Lines 1–6 show data on the active PDP contexts (up to three) and the contents of the PDP context request.5. 10.. 10.2.2.. 4} R: Reliability Class {0 .. see appendix A. sec.. Screenshot Key There are no actions associated with this data view.) APN: Access Point Name (shown as scrolling text) Lines 7–8 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4. NSAPI: Network Service Access Point Identifier. LZT 138 0240 R2A 25 .11.

–: Not attached} TLLI: Temporary Logical Link Identifier (hex) The following four parameters are updated each time the phone performs a Location Area Update or Routing Area Update. TMSI: Temporary Mobile Subscriber Identity (hex) T3212C: T3212. current time between location updates {Off. 26 .. T3212M: T3212. 1530 minutes} Screenshot PTMSI: Packet TMSI (hex) GMM: GMM Attached {A: Attached.3. max time between location updates (= start value) {Off..1. There are no actions associated with this data view.TEMS Pocket 7. RMCC: Registered MCC RMNC: Registered MNC Key RLAC: Registered LAC RRAC: Registered RAC Lines 5–6 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4.. MM/GMM (View No. 1530 minutes}. 1.008..3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 4. See 3GPP 24. 0 . 0 .3) Lines 1–4 show data related to Mobility Management/GPRS Mobility Management.

) GSM TCH: Time using Traffic Channel (TCH) PDCH: Time using Packet Data Channel (PDCH) Idle: Time spent in Idle mode WCDMA DCH: Time using Dedicated Channel (DCH) Idle: Time spent in Idle mode No Service: Time spent in No Service mode (no RAT found) 4.4) This view shows the time (in hours. Time Log (View No. LZT 138 0240 R2A 27 .4.Chapter 4. Data Views in Text Format 4. 1. Data View Actions You can reset all counters in this view by choosing Reset time log. minutes.905. and seconds) that the phone has spent in various states since the latest occurrence of one of the following: • • • • Phone power-on Entering replay mode Exiting replay mode Rewinding of logfile during replay Screenshot MM Home: Registered in Home PLMN Equiv: Registered in Equivalent PLMN Roam: Registered in Roaming PLMN Unreg: Unregistered (See 3GPP 21.4.1.

5. Line 5 MThpDL: Mean downlink application-level FTP throughput in kbit/s or Mbit/s (calculated over the whole of the file currently being transferred).5) Line 1 FTP Dir: FTP session type (UL or DL). Note that if the mean throughput calculation is to be correct.a a. the file transferred cannot be arbitrarily large. and seconds.1 for details.TEMS Pocket 7. 28 . Line 4 CThpDL: Current downlink application-level FTP throughput in kbit/s or Mbit/s (based on the latest report from the phone). Displayed as scrolling text. minutes. hh:mm:ss: Duration of current FTP session in hours. Key CThpUL: Current uplink application-level FTP throughput in kbit/s or Mbit/s (based on the latest report from the phone). Displayed as scrolling text. Line 2 FTP Address: IPv4 address (12-digit number) or plain-text name of FTP server. FTP Data (View No. 1.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 4.a MThpUL: Mean uplink application-level FTP throughput in kbit/s or Mbit/s (calculated over the whole of the file currently being transferred). Line 3 Screenshot File Name: Name of file being downloaded/ uploaded over FTP. see section 13.

Data Views in Text Format Line 6 TotDataDL: Total bytes transferred on downlink over FTP at the application level (B = bytes. LZT 138 0240 R2A 29 . Key Upon completion of each FTP file transfer.8) is generated providing a summary of the file transfer and its performance. M = megabytes).5. K = kilobytes. an FTP Transfer End event (see section 10. This counter is reset at the end of each file transfer. This counter is reset at the end of each file transfer. TotDataUL: Total bytes transferred on uplink over FTP at the application level (B = bytes. Screenshot Lines 7–8 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4.1. K = kilobytes. There are no actions associated with this data view.Chapter 4. M = megabytes).

1. and decimal minutes. Screenshot There are no actions associated with this data view. minutes. GPS (View No. Altitude: Height above sea level in meters. see appendix A. Latitude: Latitude in degrees. minutes. 1.6. of satellites and Fix quality will always be valid as long as TEMS Pocket is connected to a GPS. Time: Time of day. Lines 9–10 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4.7.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 4. Speed: Speed in km/h. Fix quality: Quality of GPS fix. yy-mm-dd No. 1. 4. and decimal minutes.7) See chapter 6. Longitude: Longitude in degrees. hh:mm:ss (UTC = GMT) Date: Date.TEMS Pocket 7. No. 30 . Map (View No. of satellites: The number of satellites seen by the GPS device.6) Lines 1–8 show GPS data.9.

shown for passive mode if the Duration parameter is set (see section 16. Key a. For streaming. Data Views in Text Format 4. FTP.1) ActionInfo: Indicates what phase of execution the action is in. only educated guesses of varying quality can be made as to the total execution time. Executing action: The measurement is under way (includes logfile pre. incl. this view is cleared. When a command sequence is stopped.and post-guards). video. LZT 138 0240 R2A 31 . including pre-guard time TotalTime: Estimated total execution timea for current action. Progress (View No. For voice.8) This view shows the progress of a command sequence or passive measurement that is being executed. Guard time: Time to wait between actions or after the last action. the possible states are: • • • • Applying cell control: Configured cell control settings are being applied. For active measurements. Line 1 MeasType: Type of measurement: either command sequence or passive measurement MeasName: Name of command sequence (if any) Screenshot Lines 2–5 Curr: Index of current action in sequence Tot: Total number of actions in sequence ActionName: Name of current action TimeElaps: Time elapsed of current action.and post-guards as well as the user-set guard time.Chapter 4. Releasing cell control: Cell control is being released. and idle actions this quantity is precisely known.8. 1. since the action run time is fixed. and HTTP. pre.

32 . invalid for passive measurement Line 6 LogfileStatus: One of “Compressing”.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Lines 2–5 (continued) ActionInfo (continued) For passive measurements.TEMS Pocket 7. NextAction: Name of next action in command sequence.1. Guard time: Passive measurement post-guard time. the possible states are: • • Screenshot Measurement in progress: The passive measurement is running. Key There are no actions associated with this data view. “Uploading” Curr: Index of logfile currently being processed Tot: Total number of logfiles to be processed Lines 7–8 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4.

Chapter 4.1) Up to eight cells from the WCDMA active set can be shown.1.1.1.1. WCDMA Cells (View No.9. this measurement appears only when ordered by the network Screenshot Key Lines 9–10 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4. 2. Lines 1–8 W: WCDMA cell type: One of • S: Serving cell • A: Active set member • M: Monitored neighbor • D: Detected neighbor • – (with values on the rest of the line): Inter-RAT. The procedures for locking and unlocking are the same as in the W/G Cells view. Data View Actions You can lock on a WCDMA cell or UARFCN that is listed in the view.9. LZT 138 0240 R2A 33 . numeric/graphic PL: Pathloss (dB). Data Views in Text Format 4. see section 4. numeric/graphic Ec/No: Ec/N0 (dB). 4. WCDMA neighbor measured in GSM mode UARFC: UARFCN SC: Scrambling Code RSCP: Received Signal Code Power (dBm).

10.TEMS Pocket 7.10. WCDMA Cell Id (View No.2) Up to eight cells from the WCDMA active set can be shown.1. see section 18. see section 4. different RA • L: Different LA • P: PLMN not matching • –: Unknown CI: Cell Identity.1. Data View Actions You can lock on a WCDMA cell or UARFCN that is listed in the view. The procedures for locking and unlocking are the same as in the W/G Cells view.10. 2.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 4.1. Screenshot Key 4.5) RSCP: Received Signal Code Power (dBm). Lines 9–10 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4.1. WCDMA neighbor measured in GSM mode UARFC: UARFCN SC: Scrambling Code A: (Lines 2–8) Location Area/Routing Area properties compared to serving cell/strongest active set member (found on line 1): • =: Same LA/RA • R: Same LA. You can have this replaced by Ec/N0 by changing the setting “WCDMA CellId qval” in the Pocket menu under General settings. 16 bits (= C-Id: see 3GPP 25. section 6.1. 34 .401. numeric/graphic. Lines 1–8 W: WCDMA cell type: One of • S: Serving cell • A: Active set member • M: Monitored neighbor • D: Detected neighbor • – (with values on the rest of the line): Inter-RAT.

(Cell) Name (View No.5) Screenshot Cell Name: Name of cell. Key Cell name presentation in help bubble 4. see section 17.1. Data Views in Text Format 4.11. If the cell name is too long to fit into the column. See the image on the left. The procedures for locking and unlocking are the same as in the W/G Cells view. WCDMA C.1. LZT 138 0240 R2A 35 . taken from XML file.401. 16 bits (= C-Id: see 3GPP 25. Lines 9–10 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4.3) Up to eight cells from the WCDMA active set can be shown.5.Chapter 4.1.1. see section 4. Lines 1–8 UARFC: UARFCN SC: Scrambling Code CI: Cell Identity.11. Data View Actions You can lock on a WCDMA cell or UARFCN that is listed in the view. 2. point the help bubble at the cell name to view the string in its entirety. section 6.1.

.304.5. and 3GPP 25.1... e...331.6. 5} [dB].. section 10.331.331..3.1 Lines 4–5 Here are shown parameters from System Information Block 5. 2.. 0} [dB] QrMin: Qrxlevmin.. minimum required quality {–24 . . section 10.2.. .3.331. –25} [dBm] TRSs: Timer value Treselections {0 . . . 5} [dB]. 10} [dB]. see 3GPP 25.. 2.3. section 14. 40} [dB] SSR: Threshold Ssearch.50 AICH: Acquisition Indication Channel power offset {–22 ...3..331..12. See 3GPP 25. 31} [s] MaxTxP: Maximum allowed UL TX power [dBm] Line 3 CStat: WCDMA cell status: One of • –: Not barred • B: Barred • O: Reserved for operator use IntraMQ: Intra-frequency measurement quantity from System Information Block 11. –113. –103.3 Pp-m: Power offset (“P p-m”) between the last transmitted preamble and the control part of the message {–5 .g..TEMS Pocket 7. see 3GPP 25.3. “EcN0”. PICH: Paging Indication Channel power offset {–10 .. Cell (View No.RAT {–105. WCDMA Serv..4) Lines 1–2 Here are shown cell selection and reselection parameters from System Information Block 3. minimum required RxLev {–115. see 3GPP 25..RAT {–32. section 10. –30. section 10. Qhy2s: Hysteresis Qhyst2s {0.6. see 3GPP 25...8 Screenshot Key 36 . 91} [dB] QqMin: Qqualmin. 20} [dB] SHR: Threshold SHCS..3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 4.

see 3GPP 25. see 3GPP 25...3.304. 8} [dB] PaRM: Preamble Retrans Max.54 (“PRACH power offset”)..3. maximum number of preambles in one preamble ramping cycle {1 ..Chapter 4. see 3GPP 25.11 PTxP: Primary CPICH TX power {–10 . 50}. Data Views in Text Format Lines 4–5 (continued) Mmax: Maximum number of preamble cycles {1 . section 10. 32}..87 Regarding the following two parameters.4–5. Cell Selection Receive Level [dB] Squal: RRC Squal. section 10. –70} [dBm]..67 BU: NB01max. Srxlv: RRC Srxlev. There are no actions associated with this data view.67 Screenshot Cons: Constant value [dB].67 BL: NB01min.331.331.331.3.3.6... 50}. Cell Selection Quality RSCP: RRC cell ranking criterion Rs for current serving cell. section 10.. PwrRS: Power Ramp Step {1 .6.1. see 3GPP 25.2.6. section 10. Key LZT 138 0240 R2A 37 .3..3.331. section 10. see 3GPP 25.6. with Ec/N0 used as quality measure H-Val: RRC quality level threshold criterion Hs for current serving cell Lines 7–8 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4.331.6. 64} Line 6 Here are shown RRC parameters. 50} [dBm].61 ULInt: Uplink interference {–110 . upper bound for random back-off {0 . with RSCP used as quality measure Ec/N0: RRC cell ranking criterion Rs for current serving cell. section 10. section 10. see 3GPP 25.331. sections 5...6.6. see 3GPP 25. see 3GPP 25..6.1.331.. lower bound for random back-off {0 .3.

38 . one of {CELL_DCH.1. URA_PCH. CELL_PCH. IDLE. 2.331 Screenshot PCSS: Power Control Step Size.13. 1: Yes Lines 3–8 These lines show the configuration of up to 6 transport channels: Key ChId: Transport Channel Id ChT/D: Transport Channel Type and Direction DLBT: Downlink BLER Target (%) Rate: Maximum transport channel bit rate (bit/s) Lines 9–10 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4. CELL_FACH.331 RRC_STATE: RRC State.TEMS Pocket 7.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 4. see 3GPP 25.5) Line 1 SIR: Signal-to-Interference Ratio (dB) SIR_TG: SIR Target (dB) TxPwr: UE Transmit Power (dBm). numeric/ graphic Line 2 PCA: Power Control Algorithm. WCDMA Channel (View No. see 3GPP 25. There are no actions associated with this data view. PASSIVE} CM: Compressed Mode: 0: No.

Table 2.101. URA_PCH.14. IDLE. CDL: AMR codec used on downlink DLU: Utilization (%) of this downlink AMR codec CUL: AMR codec used on uplink ULU: Utilization (%) of this uplink AMR codec All codec rates for AMR narrowband are listed in 3GPP 26.6) Line 1 SIR: Signal-to-Interference Ratio (dB) SIR_TG: SIR Target (dB) TxPwr: UE Transmit Power (dBm). numeric/ graphic Line 2 PCA: Power Control Algorithm. CELL_FACH. LZT 138 0240 R2A 39 .331 Screenshot PCSS: Power Control Step Size.1. 1: Yes Line 3 Codec: Speech codec: “AMR” (narrowband) or “AMR-WB” (wideband) Key Lines 4–7 In these lines are shown all speech codecs in the AMR active set. All codec rates for AMR-WB are listed in 3GPP 26. Data Views in Text Format 4. CELL_PCH.Chapter 4. Table 2. 2. There are no actions associated with this data view. WCDMA AMR (View No. PASSIVE} CM: Compressed Mode: 0: No. Lines 8–9 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4. see 3GPP 25. see 3GPP 25.331 RRC_STATE: RRC State.201. one of {CELL_DCH.

see 3GPP 25. see 3GPP 25. downlink Line 5.331 Screenshot PCSS: Power Control Step Size. 1: Yes Lines 3–6 report the current performance of and some statistics on the WCDMA data transfer. You can reset these counters as explained in section 4. IDLE. PASSIVE} CM: Compressed Mode: 0: No. CELL_FACH.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 4. uplink Rate: Instantaneous data transfer rate in kbit/s or Mbit/s. WCDMA Data (View No. UR: RLC protocol level. UT: Transport channels. K = kilobytes. CELL_PCH.331 RRC_STATE: RRC State. URA_PCH. one of {CELL_DCH. RLC only).15. Key Line 3. downlink Line 4.15. numeric/graphic Retr: Percentage of data blocks retransmitted (on uplink. 2.1 below. DT: Transport channels. uplink Line 6. DR: RLC protocol level. M = megabytes).TEMS Pocket 7.7) Line 1 SIR: Signal-to-Interference Ratio (dB) SIR_TG: SIR Target (dB) TxPwr: UE Transmit Power (dBm). All values are combined values computed over all used channels. numeric/ graphic Line 2 PCA: Power Control Algorithm. numeric/graphic TotData: Total bytes transferred (B = bytes. BLER: Percentage of data blocks erroneously decoded (on downlink). For RLC this bit rate includes AM channels only (not TM and UM). 40 .

Chapter 4.15. Data Views in Text Format Lines 7–8 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4.1.1. LZT 138 0240 R2A 41 . This command also resets the counters in the GPRS Data view (see section 4.22). Data View Actions You can reset all counters in this view by choosing Reset data counters. Screenshot Key 4.

ReqSize: Maximum requested transport block size in bits (corresponding to maximum CQI). Screenshot Key ActSize: Minimum actual transport block size in bits. Line 1 QAM: The percentage of time 16-QAM was used as modulation method. Line 2 (“Min”) CQI: Minimum value of CQI (Channel Quality Indicator). 42 .TEMS Pocket 7. NHARQ: Number of active HARQ (Hybrid Automatic Repeat Request) processes on the HSDSCH.8) Lines 1–3.2.214. analogous to Line 2) CQI: Maximum value of CQI.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 4. HSPA Data (View No. section 6A. general note: All data presented here is HSDPA data and applies to the phone’s latest reporting period. Line 3 (“Max”. ActSize: Maximum actual transport block size in bits. ReqSize: Minimum requested transport block size in bits (corresponding to minimum CQI).16. 2. NCC: Number of channelization codes used on the HS-SCCH: minimum/average/maximum. CQI values are defined in 3GPP 25.

HR: Happy rate (%). see 3GPP 25.Chapter 4. TBS: Average transport block size in bits on E-DCH. i. the percentage of TTIs where the UE was happy. BL1: Block error rate on HS-DSCH for first retransmission. SGI: Average value of Serving Grant Index. Retr: Number of retransmissions on E-DPCCH/ E-DPDCH divided by the number of TTIs. Annex B.321. BLR: Residual block error rate on HS-DSCH (decoding unsuccessful after maximum number of retransmissions). section 11.1. BLN: Total number of blocks to be received on the HS-DSCH. 0RE: Percentage of blocks on HS-DSCH that were transmitted successfully on first attempt (zero retransmissions). Data Views in Text Format Line 4 All of these HSDPA parameters apply to the same short and recent interval of time (though not one identical with the phone reporting period). as defined in 3GPP 25.321. For the mapping between E-TFCI and transport block size. Screenshot Key LZT 138 0240 R2A 43 .8. Line 5: HSUPA data (for latest reporting period) ETFCI: Average value of the HSUPA (EUL) Transport Format Combination Indicator. Line 6: HSUPA data (for latest reporting period) DTX: DTX rate (%) on uplink.5.e.

15) and thus valid for WCDMA R99 and HSUPA alike. Screenshot Key There are no actions associated with this data view.15) and thus valid for WCDMA R99 and HSDPA alike.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Line 7: HSDPA DTrChBR: Total bit rate on all downlink transport channels. Lines 9–10 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4.1.TEMS Pocket 7. Line 8: HSUPA UTrChBR: Total bit rate on all uplink transport channels. same as UT: Rate in the WCDMA Data view (see section 4. same as DT: Rate in the WCDMA Data view (see section 4. 44 .

the two rightmost parameters become: C31: GPRS Signal Strength Threshold Criterion C31 C32: GPRS Cell Ranking Criterion C32 LZT 138 0240 R2A 45 . GSM Cells (View No. the two rightmost parameters are: Screenshot Key C1: Pathloss Criterion C1 C2: Cell Reselection Criterion C2 If the cell supports packet channels (broadcasts a PBCCH). invalid (“–”) if GPRS not available in network If the cell does not broadcast packet channels (no PBCCH). 3.Chapter 4.. Data Views in Text Format 4.17. RACo {0 .1) Line 1 (GSM serving cell) L: Logical Channel • B: BCCH • P: PBCCH • p: Hopping PBCCH • S: SDCCH • s: Hopping SDCCH • T: TCH • t: Hopping TCH • D: PDTCH • d: Hopping PDTCH BC: Serving Cell BCCH ARFCN BS: Base Station Identity Code (BSIC) RxLv: Received Signal Strength (unit userconfigurable: see section 18..7). numeric/graphic R: Routing Area Color. 7}.

1. see section 4.1. 9} CB: Serving cell barred {B: Barred.TEMS Pocket 7.1.. 6. –: Not Barred} Lines 9–10 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4.. 46 . Data View Actions You can lock on a GSM cell that is listed in the view. 39. 10. 36. 3. 14} Key B: BS-PA-MFRMS. 33} RH: Cell Reselection Hysteresis (dB) {0.. 2. GSM 1900: 0 . number of multiframes between paging subgroups {2 . 8. different RA • L: Different LA • P: PLMN not matching • –: Unknown Line 8 MT: MS-TXPWR-MAX-CCH...3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Lines 2–7 (GSM neighbor cells) NC1 . NC6: Neighbor Cell BCCH ARFCN of six strongest neighbors The rest is as on line 1 except for the addition of the following comparison with the serving cell: A: Location Area/Routing Area properties: • =: Same LA/RA • R: Same LA. The procedures for locking and unlocking are the same as in the W/G Cells view..... 12. maximum RACH power (dBm) {GSM 850.. Screenshot 4. GSM 1800: 0 .1. 900: 5 .17.

. GSM 1900: 0 . maximum RACH power (dBm) {GSM 850. 10. 33} RH: Cell Reselection Hysteresis (dB) {0. s: Hopping SDCCH • T: TCH. number of multiframes between paging subgroups {2 . p: Hopping PBCCH • S: SDCCH. –: Not Barred} Lines 9–10 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4. 9} CB: Serving cell barred {B: Barred. 900: 5 .. LZT 138 0240 R2A 47 . 8.. GSM Cell Id (View No.1. numeric/graphic Lines 2–7 (GSM neighbors) NC1 . 3. NC6: Neighbor Cell BCCH ARFCN of six strongest neighbors LAC: Neighbor Cell Location Area Code CI: Neighbor Cell Identity Screenshot Key RxLev: Neighbor Cell RxLev Line 8 MT: MS-TXPWR-MAX-CCH. 6. 14} B: BS-PA-MFRMS. 39..2) Line 1 (GSM serving cell) L: Logical Channel • B: BCCH • P: PBCCH.7). GSM 1800: 0 . 2.. t: Hopping TCH • D: PDTCH... d: Hopping PDTCH BCCH: Serving Cell BCCH ARFCN LAC: Serving Cell Location Area Code CI: Serving Cell Identity RxLev: Serving Cell RxLev (unit user-configurable: see section 18.Chapter 4... 12.18. Data Views in Text Format 4. 3. 36..

see section 17. GSM Cell Name (View No.1.. see section 4. Key Lines 9–10 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 4. The procedures for locking and unlocking are the same as in the W/G Cells view. point the help bubble at the cell name to view the string in its entirety. NC7: Neighbor Cell BCCH ARFCN of seven strongest neighbors BS: Base Station Identity Code (BSIC) CI: Serving Cell Identity Cell Name: Name of cell.5. Lines 2–8 (GSM neighbors) Screenshot NC1 .1.3) Line 1 (GSM serving cell) BC: Serving Cell BCCH ARFCN BS: Base Station Identity Code (BSIC) CI: Serving Cell Identity Cell Name: Name of cell.1.5.18.19.1. Data View Actions You can lock on a GSM cell that is listed in the view. taken from XML file. see section 17. 4. See the image on the left. taken from XML file. 3.TEMS Pocket 7. Cell name presentation in help bubble 48 .. If the cell name is too long to fit into the column.

3. The procedures for locking and unlocking are the same as in the W/G Cells view. The procedures for locking and unlocking are the same as in the W/G Cells view.1.1.1. Data Views in Text Format 4.4) Line 1 (serving cell) L: Logical Channel • B: BCCH • P: PBCCH • p: Hopping PBCCH • S: SDCCH • s: Hopping SDCCH • T: TCH • t: Hopping TCH • D: PDTCH • d: Hopping PDTCH BCCH: Serving Cell BCCH ARFCN BSIC: Base Station Identity Code (BSIC) RxLev: Received Signal Strength (unit userconfigurable: see section 18.19. see section 4.1.1. NC32: BCCH ARFCNs of all neighbors of the serving cell (up to 32 cells). 4. see section 4. LZT 138 0240 R2A 49 . Data View Actions You can lock on a GSM cell that is listed in the view.. Data View Actions You can lock on any cell that is listed as a neighbor in this view. GSM BA List (View No.20.7). numeric/graphic Lines 2–9 (neighbor list = BA list) NC1 .Chapter 4.1.20.. Screenshot Key 4.

and this line is then blanked. numeric/graphic DSC: Downlink Signaling Counter.21.. number of multiframes between paging subgroups {2 . NC2. see appendix A. Comb. number of BCCH/CCCH timeslots {NC. BSIC RxLv: Received Signal Strength (unit userconfigurable: see section 18.7).4. GSM Serving Cell (View No. NC3. number of CCCH blocks reserved for AGCH {0 .TEMS Pocket 7. When handover to a new cell takes place. 7} Key 50 .. This information remains visible in dedicated mode as long as the same cell is used. current value (idle mode only) Screenshot idle mode DSM: Downlink Signaling Counter. NC4}. 4... max value (= start value) (idle mode only) Line 2 This line shows parameters of the GSM cell configuration. 9} BA: BS-AG-BLKS-RES.1) Line 1 L: Logical Channel: B for BCCH BC: BCCH ARFCN BS: Base Station Identity Code. Screenshot dedicated mode CN: CCCH configuration.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 4. no configuration information is read for the new cell while the call is in progress. page 175 BP: BS-PA-MFRMS.

e. numeric/graphic RLTC/M: Radio Link Timeout (Current) and Radio Link Timeout (Max = Start) Screenshot dedicated mode Line 4 (dedicated mode) C/I: Carrier-to-interference ratio in dB for the traffic channel currently indicated by TC on line 3. see section 3. Hopping channels are shown one at a time. Calculated taking DTX into account. Numeric/graphic presentation.08). the figure is based only on blocks actually transmitted. TCH/H. RQ: Receive Bit Error Rate (RxQual. C/I is supported for the modes TCH/F. Numeric/ graphic presentation. DXU: DTX rate (%) on uplink DXD: DTX rate (%) on downlink Screenshot idle mode LZT 138 0240 R2A 51 . numeric/graphic Key FER: Frame Erasure Rate (FER) in percent.1. compare section 3. for hopping channels the displaying of C/I values is synchronized with the traversal of the hopping list. i. That is. TS: Timeslot Number TA: Timing Advance TX: UE Transmit Power (dBm). scale defined in 3GPP 05.Chapter 4. and PDTCH.1. Data Views in Text Format Line 3 (dedicated mode) L: Logical Channel • P: PBCCH • p: Hopping PBCCH • S: SDCCH • s: Hopping SDCCH • T: TCH • t: Hopping TCH • D: PDTCH • d: Hopping PDTCH TC: Traffic Channel (TCH ARFCN) or Stand-alone Dedicated Control Channel (SDCCH ARFCN) or Packet Dedicated Traffic Channel (PDTCH ARFCN).

. one of {FR. D24. GEA/1. HR.5.. PDTCH.. 52 . TCH/F.. AFR.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Line 5 (dedicated mode only. page 176 ChM: Channel mode. TCH/H}. etc. Screenshot idle mode Screenshot dedicated mode Key There are no actions associated with this data view. see appendix A. one of {BCCH.TEMS Pocket 7. D96.4 kbit/s. 63} MA: MAIO. AMR Full Rate • AHR = Voice. GEA/2} Lines 6–7 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4. one of {A5/1.1.. Enhanced Full Rate • HR = Voice. SDCCH. except ChTyp) ChTyp: Channel type. AHR. Full Rate • EFR = Voice. 63} CiMd: Ciphering Mode. Mobile Allocation Index Offset {0 . 7} HS: Hopping Sequence Number {0 .. D48. D144}: • FR = Voice. PBCCH. Half Rate • AFR = Voice. AMR Half Rate • D24 = Data 2. A5/2. (downlink data rate) SU: Subchannel Number {0 . EFR.

22. The timeslots are represented by the numbers 0–7. Techn: Technology supported in cell: “EDGE” or “GPRS” LZT 138 0240 R2A 53 . Data Views in Text Format 4.7). and those currently in use are replaced by arrows as follows: • • • Upward arrow: Timeslot used on uplink Downward arrow: Timeslot used on downlink Double-headed arrow: Bidirectional timeslot used on both uplink and downlink Key Example: means that TS 1. 3. GPRS Data (View No. and 4 are being used on the downlink and TS 3 is being used on the uplink. p: Hopping PBCCH • S: SDCCH. numeric/graphic Line 2 Screenshot T: Traffic Channel Type: • P: PBCCH. s: Hopping SDCCH • T: TCH. 4.2) Line 1 L: Logical Channel: B for BCCH BCCH: Serving Cell BCCH ARFCN BSIC: Base Station Identity Code (BSIC) RxLev: Received Signal Strength (unit userconfigurable: see section 18. t: Hopping TCH • D: PDTCH.Chapter 4. 2. d: Hopping PDTCH TC: Traffic Channel (TCH ARFCN) or Stand-alone Dedicated Control Channel (SDCCH ARFCN) or Packet Dedicated Traffic Channel (PDTCH ARFCN) Timeslots: Timeslots used on uplink and downlink.

EDGE: Modulation coding scheme on uplink {MCS1 . compare section 3. That is.. EDGE: Modulation coding scheme on downlink {MCS1 . 8 = 8-PSK) Key Line 4 C: EGPRS C Value {0 .1. Note: C/I for circuit-switched also appears here. Screenshot CSd: GPRS: Channel coding scheme on downlink {CS1 .2..060. Numeric/graphic presentation.. 9.....TEMS Pocket 7. ARQ2}: see 3GPP 44.. for hopping channels the displaying of C/I values is synchronized with the traversal of the hopping list. MCS9} MSu: Modulation method on uplink (G = GMSK. CS4}. CS4}. 8 = 8-PSK) CSu: GPRS: Channel coding scheme on uplink {CS1 . 63} MBEP: EGPRS mean bit error probability (BEP) BEPV: EGPRS BEP variance ARQ: Automatic Repeat Request Mode {ARQ1..3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Line 3 C/I: Carrier-to-interference ratio in dB for the traffic channel currently indicated by TC on line 2.1 54 .3. MCS9} MSd: Modulation method on downlink (G = GMSK. there is no differentiation of C/I with respect to data bearer type (CS/PS). sec..

Chapter 4. Line 5. This command also resets the counters in the WCDMA Data view (see section 4.22. “UL”: LLC protocol level. M = megabytes).1 below. downlink Line 6. downlink Line 7. Lines 9–10 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4. You can reset these counters as explained in section 4. uplink Rate: Instantaneous data transfer rate in kbit/s or Mbit/s Screenshot BLER: Percentage of data blocks erroneously decoded (on downlink).1.1. K = kilobytes. “DR”: RLC/MAC protocol level. “UR”: RLC/MAC protocol level.15). Key 4. LZT 138 0240 R2A 55 . numeric/graphic TotData: Total number of bytes transferred (B = bytes. uplink Line 8. Data Views in Text Format Lines 5–8 report the current performance of and some statistics on the GPRS data transfer. numeric/graphic Retr: Percentage of data blocks retransmitted (on uplink). “DL”: LLC protocol level. Data View Actions You can reset all counters in this view by choosing Reset data counters.22.

assigned in System Information} T3192: T3192 timer start value (Packet Final Block Timer) in ms. –: No GPRS available} T3314C: T3314 timer value (GMM Ready Timer). 1500} NMO: Network Mode of Operation {I. 13. 255} EWSu: EGPRS window size on uplink {64 . 1024} LWSd: LLC window size (for data) on downlink {1 .7. see appendix A. see 3GPP 24. sec.2 T3314S: T3314 timer value (GMM Ready Timer).5.7.22. 4. see 3GPP 24.1. 16.. start value. 1. 4.. 64} Lines 9–10 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4. sec.. 1024} Screenshot LWSu: LLC window size (for data) on uplink {1 .1 {0. 80.. 56 .2 T3168: T3168 timer start value (Packet Uplink Assignment Timer). assigned in System Information. page 177 DX: DRX Timer Max.. 2.23.. see 3GPP 44.3) Lines 1–4 are the same as in the GPRS Data view: see section 4... 255} Lines 7–8 G: GMM State {I: Idle. 8. GPRS Info (View No. 120. Key There are no actions associated with this data view. 500.8. 13. sec. 200. Lines 5–6 EWSd: EGPRS window size on downlink {64 . II.5 {0.008.1 {value in deciseconds. S: Standby. 32. see 3GPP 44. 4. current value.060. 160.008. 5.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 4. R: Ready. III}. sec. sec.060.TEMS Pocket 7.1. see 3GPP 44.060. 1000. 4.

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GSM C/I Info (View No. 4.4)
This view shows the carrier-to-interference ratio, C/I, for the most frequently utilized timeslot on each GSM traffic channel in use. Up to eight channels can be shown, sorted by worst C/I. Lines 1–8 ARFCN: TCH or PDTCH ARFCN (channels in hopping list)

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C/I: C/I value in dB for this traffic channel, numeric/ graphic Lines 9–10 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4.1.

Key There are no actions associated with this data view.

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GSM AMR (View No. 4.5)
Line 1 L: Logical Channel: B for BCCH BCCH: Serving Cell BCCH ARFCN BSIC: Base Station Identity Code (BSIC) RxLev: Received Signal Strength (unit userconfigurable: see section 18.7), numeric/graphic Line 2

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T: Traffic Channel type: • P: PBCCH, p: Hopping PBCCH • S: SDCCH, s: Hopping SDCCH • T: TCH, t: Hopping TCH • D: PDTCH, d: Hopping PDTCH TC: Traffic Channel (TCH ARFCN) or Stand-alone Dedicated Control Channel (SDCCH ARFCN) or Packet Dedicated Traffic Channel (PDTCH ARFCN). Hopping channels are shown one at a time; see section 3.1.

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TS: Timeslot Number TxPwr: UE Transmit Power (dBm), numeric/ graphic Line 3 C/I: Carrier-to-interference ratio in dB for the traffic channel currently indicated by TC on line 2. That is, for hopping channels the displaying of C/I values is synchronized with the traversal of the hopping list; compare section 3.1. C/I is supported for the modes TCH/F, TCH/H, and PDTCH. Numeric/ graphic presentation.

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Line 3 (continued) RQ: Receive Bit Error Rate (RxQual; scale defined in 3GPP 45.008, sec. 8.2), numeric/graphic FE: Frame Erasure Rate (FER) in percent, numeric/graphic DXD: DTX rate (%) on downlink DXU: DTX rate (%) on uplink Screenshot Lines 4–7 In these lines are shown all speech codecs in the AMR active set. CDL: AMR codec used on downlink DLU: Utilization (%) of this downlink AMR codec CUL: AMR codec used on uplink ULU: Utilization (%) of this uplink AMR codec All codec rates for AMR narrowband are listed in 3GPP 26.101, Table 2. All codec rates for AMR-WB are listed in 3GPP 26.201, Table 2. Lines 8–9 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4.1. There are no actions associated with this data view.

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While the WAP browser (activated from the phone’s main menu → Internet) is running, TEMS Pocket can show selected air interface information in the bottom part of the screen. Two WAP browser data views are provided, one for WCDMA and one for GPRS. You toggle between the views by briefly pressing the up and down arrow buttons on the left side of the phone. (These buttons also control the media player volume if the media player is running.) The WAP browser data views are by default visible. • During a WAP session, you can hide the data views by pressing Options and choosing Hide data view. To show them again, press Options and choose Show data view. You can also turn these data views on and off from the Pocket menu; see section 18.1.

The WAP browser can alternatively be viewed in “landscape” fashion. The data view then still appears at the bottom (that is, along the left edge of the phone display when the phone is held in the normal manner). The data view contents and layout remain unchanged. There are no actions associated with the WAP browser data views.

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Chapter 4. Data Views in Text Format 4. Line 3. all values are combined values computed over all used channels.26. left: “DR” (downlink. RLC) Rate: Total RLC downlink instantaneous data transfer rate in kbit/s or Mbit/s BLER: Percentage of RLC downlink data blocks erroneously decoded Key LZT 138 0240 R2A 61 . WCDMA WAP Browser Data View Line 1 UARFCN: Serving cell UARFCN SC: Scrambling Code RSSI: Serving cell RSSI (dBm) Line 2 SIR: Signal-to-Interference Ratio (dB) SIR_TG: SIR Target (dB) Screenshot TxPwr: UE Transmit Power (dBm) In lines 3–4.1.

transport channels) Rate: Total instantaneous data transfer rate on downlink transport channels in kbit/s or Mbit/s BLER: Percentage of downlink transport channel data blocks erroneously decoded Line 4. right: “UT” (uplink.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Line 3. left: “DT” (downlink. transport channels) Rate: Total instantaneous data transfer rate on uplink transport channels in kbit/s or Mbit/s (no retransmissions shown for uplink transport channels) Screenshot Key 62 . right: “UR” (uplink.TEMS Pocket 7. RLC) Rate: Total RLC uplink instantaneous data transfer rate in kbit/s or Mbit/s Retr: Percentage of RLC uplink data blocks retransmitted Line 4.

MCS9} LZT 138 0240 R2A 63 ..26. MCS9} Screenshot Line 2 T: Traffic Channel type: • P: PBCCH.1. GPRS WAP Browser Data View Line 1 L: Logical Channel: B for BCCH BCCH: Serving Cell BCCH ARFCN BSIC: Base Station Identity Code. Data Views in Text Format 4. The timeslots are represented by the numbers 0–7. MCSu: EGPRS modulation coding scheme on uplink {MCS1 . d: Hopping PDTCH TC: Traffic Channel (TCH ARFCN) or Stand-alone Dedicated Control Channel (SDCCH ARFCN) or Packet Dedicated Traffic Channel (PDTCH ARFCN). 3. see section 3.Chapter 4.2. and 4 are being used on the downlink and TS 3 is being used on the uplink. p: Hopping PBCCH • S: SDCCH. Hopping channels are shown one at a time. and those currently in use are replaced by arrows as follows: • • • Upward arrow: Timeslot used on uplink Downward arrow: Timeslot used on downlink Double-headed arrow: Bidirectional timeslot used on both uplink and downlink Key Example: means that TS 1. s: Hopping SDCCH • T: TCH. Timeslots: Timeslots used on uplink and downlink. BSIC RxLev: Received Signal Strength (unit userconfigurable: see section 18.7).. t: Hopping TCH • D: PDTCH.. 2.. numeric/graphic MCSd: EGPRS modulation coding scheme on downlink {MCS1 .

Line 3. left: “DR” (downlink. RLC/MAC) Rate: Total RLC/MAC downlink instantaneous data transfer rate in kbit/s or Mbit/s Key BLER: Percentage of RLC/MAC downlink data blocks erroneously decoded Line 4. left: “DL” (downlink.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual In lines 3–4. RLC/MAC) Rate: Total RLC/MAC uplink instantaneous data transfer rate in kbit/s or Mbit/s Retr: Percentage of RLC/MAC uplink data blocks retransmitted 64 . all values are combined values computed over all used channels.TEMS Pocket 7. right: “UR” (uplink. right: “UL” (uplink. LLC) Rate: Total LLC uplink instantaneous data transfer rate in kbit/s or Mbit/s Retr: Percentage of LLC uplink data blocks retransmitted Line 4. LLC) Rate: Total LLC downlink instantaneous data transfer rate in kbit/s or Mbit/s BLER: Percentage of LLC downlink data blocks erroneously decoded Screenshot Line 3.

Data views with graphs have no actions associated with them. However. Data Views with Graphs The data views in category 5 all contain a graph showing how one or several parameters evolve over time. In other respects. Data Views with Graphs 5. these data views are similar to the text-only data views covered in chapter 4.Chapter 5. an event appears only if logging is currently turned on for that type of event (see sections 10.2). The unit “m” on the x-axis of each graph means “minutes”. LZT 138 0240 R2A 65 . Events are indicated as vertical lines in graphs.1.3 and 10.

3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 5. W/G Serving RSSI (View No.1) Line 1 shows the strongest WCDMA cell. Key L: Logical Channel • B: BCCH • P: PBCCH. t: Hopping TCH • D: PDTCH. the GSM serving cell. UMTS Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number Screenshot SC: Scrambling Code RSCP: Received Signal Code Power (dBm). the strongest (inter-RAT) GSM neighbor measured. W: WCDMA cell type: One of • S: Serving cell • A: Active set member • – (with values on the rest of the line): Inter-RAT. 5.1. WCDMA neighbor measured in GSM mode UARFC: UARFCN. in WCDMA mode. numeric/graphic PL: Pathloss (dB). numeric/graphic 66 . numeric/graphic Ec/No: Ec/N0 (dB). d: Hopping PDTCH BC: Serving Cell BCCH ARFCN BS: Base Station Identity Code (BSIC) RxLv: Received Signal Strength (unit userconfigurable: see section 18. this measurement appears only when ordered by the network Line 2 shows the strongest GSM cell: in GSM mode.TEMS Pocket 7. s: Hopping SDCCH • T: TCH. p: Hopping PBCCH • S: SDCCH.7).

the two rightmost parameters become: C31: GPRS Signal Strength Threshold Criterion C31 C32: GPRS Cell Ranking Criterion C32 Graph Green line: Received Signal Code Power. Data Views with Graphs Line 2 (continued) R: Routing Area Color. RSCP (dBm) for strongest WCDMA cell Blue line: Received Signal Strength. invalid (“–”) if GPRS not available in network If the cell does not broadcast packet channels (no PBCCH). Key LZT 138 0240 R2A 67 . the two rightmost parameters are: C1: Pathloss Criterion C1 C2: Cell Reselection Criterion C2 Screenshot If the cell supports packet channels (broadcasts a PBCCH). 7}.. RxLev (dBm) for strongest GSM cell Lines 3–4 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4..Chapter 5.1. RACo {0 .

numeric/graphic R: Routing Area Color.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 5. Key L: Logical Channel • B: BCCH • P: PBCCH. p: Hopping PBCCH • S: SDCCH. the two rightmost parameters are: C1: Pathloss Criterion C1 C2: Cell Reselection Criterion C2 68 . s: Hopping SDCCH • T: TCH.2..2) Line 1 shows the strongest WCDMA cell. d: Hopping PDTCH BC: Serving Cell BCCH ARFCN BS: Base Station Identity Code (BSIC) RxLv: Received Signal Strength (unit userconfigurable: see section 18. 5.. 7}. WCDMA neighbor measured in GSM mode UARFC: UARFCN.TEMS Pocket 7. in WCDMA mode. invalid (“–”) if GPRS not available in network If the cell does not broadcast packet channels (no PBCCH). UMTS Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number Screenshot SC: Scrambling Code RSCP: Received Signal Code Power (dBm). the GSM serving cell.7). numeric/graphic Ec/No: Ec/N0 (dB). W: WCDMA cell type: One of • S: Serving cell • A: Active set member • – (with values on the rest of the line): Inter-RAT. W/G Cells (View No. t: Hopping TCH • D: PDTCH. the strongest (inter-RAT) GSM neighbor measured. RACo {0 . this measurement appears only when ordered by the network Line 2 shows the strongest GSM cell: in GSM mode. numeric/graphic PL: Pathloss (dB).

RSCP (dBm) for strongest WCDMA cell Blue bars: Received Signal Strength. GSM: RxLev of three strongest neighbors (dBm) Lines 3–4 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4.1. the two rightmost parameters become: C31: GPRS Signal Strength Threshold Criterion C31 C32: GPRS Cell Ranking Criterion C32 Graph Screenshot Green bars: Received Signal Code Power.Chapter 5. Data Views with Graphs Line 2 (continued) If the cell supports packet channels (broadcasts a PBCCH). Key LZT 138 0240 R2A 69 . RxLev (dBm) for strongest GSM cell Lines: WCDMA: RSCP of three strongest neighbors (dBm).

70 . Red line: WCDMA downlink transport channel data transfer rate in Mbit/s Light red line: WCDMA uplink transport channel data transfer rate in Mbit/s Green line: GSM RLC/MAC downlink data transfer rate in Mbit/s Light green line: GSM RLC/MAC uplink data transfer rate in Mbit/s Lines 3–4 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4. numeric/graphic Key Graph Note that the unit in the graph is Mbit/s.3. W/G Data (View No.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 5.TEMS Pocket 7. numeric/graphic URate: Instantaneous uplink data transfer rate in kbit/s or Mbit/s Screenshot Line 2 (GSM RLC/MAC protocol level) DRate: Instantaneous downlink data transfer rate in kbit/s or Mbit/s DBLER: Percentage of data blocks erroneously decoded on downlink.3) Line 1 (WCDMA transport channels) DRate: Instantaneous downlink data transfer rate in kbit/s or Mbit/s DBLER: Percentage of data blocks erroneously decoded on downlink.1. while the prefix in the data rate text fields is either “k” or “M”. numeric/graphic URate: Instantaneous uplink data transfer rate in kbit/s or Mbit/s URetr: Percentage of data blocks retransmitted on uplink. 5.

numeric/graphic Ec/No: Ec/N0 (dB).4. 5. this measurement appears only when ordered by the network Graph Grey bars: Received Signal Code Power. Key LZT 138 0240 R2A 71 . W: WCDMA cell type: One of • S: Serving cell • A: Active set member • M: Monitored neighbor • D: Detected neighbor • – (with values on the rest of the line): Inter-RAT. numeric/graphic PL: Pathloss (dB).Chapter 5. RSCP (dBm) for strongest WCDMA cell Blue bars: UTRA Carrier RSSI (dBm) Lines 3–4 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4. WCDMA neighbor measured in GSM mode UARFC: UARFCN Screenshot SC: Scrambling Code RSCP: Received Signal Code Power (dBm).1.4) Lines 1–2 show the two strongest WCDMA cells. Data Views with Graphs 5. WCDMA Serving (View No.

5) Line 1 SIR: Actual Signal-to-Interference Ratio. SIR (dB) SIR_TG: SIR Target (dB) TxPwr: UE Transmit Power (dBm). numeric/ graphic Graph Grey bars: SIR Target (dB) Screenshot Red line: Actual SIR (dB) Lines 2–3 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4.1. WCDMA SIR (View No.5. Key 72 . 5.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 5.TEMS Pocket 7.

6.6) Lines 1–2 show the two strongest WCDMA cells. numeric/graphic Ec/No: Ec/N0 (dB). RSCP (dBm) for strongest WCDMA cell Lines: Received Signal Code Power. WCDMA neighbor measured in GSM mode UARFC: UARFCN Screenshot SC: Scrambling Code RSCP: Received Signal Code Power (dBm). Key LZT 138 0240 R2A 73 . RSCP (dBm) for three strongest WCDMA neighbors Lines 3–4 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4.Chapter 5. this measurement appears only when ordered by the network Graph Green bars: Received Signal Code Power.1. WCDMA Cells (View No. W: WCDMA cell type: One of • S: Serving cell • A: Active set member • M: Monitored neighbor • D: Detected neighbor • – (with values on the rest of the line): Inter-RAT. numeric/graphic PL: Pathloss (dB). 5. Data Views with Graphs 5.

5. different RA • L: Different LA • P: PLMN not matching • –: Unknown Screenshot Key 74 .7).7..7) Line 1 (GSM serving cell) L: Logical Channel • B: BCCH • P: PBCCH.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 5. t: Hopping TCH • D: PDTCH. p: Hopping PBCCH • S: SDCCH. GSM Cells (View No. invalid (“–”) if GPRS not available in network If the cell does not broadcast packet channels (no PBCCH).TEMS Pocket 7. d: Hopping PDTCH BC: Serving Cell BCCH ARFCN BS: Base Station Identity Code (BSIC) RxLv: Received Signal Strength (unit userconfigurable: see section 18. the two rightmost parameters become: C31: GPRS Signal Strength Threshold Criterion C31 C32: GPRS Cell Ranking Criterion C32 Line 2 (Strongest GSM neighbor) NC: Neighbor Cell BCCH ARFCN The rest is as on line 1 except for the addition of: A: Location Area/Routing Area properties: • =: Same LA/RA • R: Same LA.. numeric/graphic R: Routing Area Color. 7}. RACo {0 . s: Hopping SDCCH • T: TCH. the two rightmost parameters are: C1: Pathloss Criterion C1 C2: Cell Reselection Criterion C2 If the cell supports packet channels (broadcasts a PBCCH).

1. RxLev (dBm) for three strongest GSM neighbors Lines 3–4 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4. RxLev (dBm) for GSM serving cell Lines: Received Signal Strength. Data Views with Graphs Graph Blue bars: Received Signal Strength. Screenshot Key LZT 138 0240 R2A 75 .Chapter 5.

The timeslots are represented by the numbers 0–7. and 4 are being used on the downlink and TS 3 is being used on the uplink.8. 2. t: Hopping TCH • D: PDTCH.8) Line 1 T: Traffic Channel Type: • P: PBCCH.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 5. s: Hopping SDCCH • T: TCH. and those currently in use are replaced by arrows as follows: • • • Upward arrow: Timeslot used on uplink Downward arrow: Timeslot used on downlink Double-headed arrow: Bidirectional timeslot used on both uplink and downlink Screenshot Key Example: means that TS 1. Techn: Technology supported in cell: “EDGE” or “GPRS” Line 2 (RLC/MAC protocol level) DRate: Instantaneous downlink data transfer rate in kbit/s or Mbit/s DBLER: Percentage of data blocks erroneously decoded on downlink. 5. 3. GSM Data (View No. numeric/graphic 76 . numeric/graphic URate: Instantaneous uplink data transfer rate in kbit/s or Mbit/s URetr: Percentage of data blocks retransmitted on uplink. p: Hopping PBCCH • S: SDCCH.TEMS Pocket 7. d: Hopping PDTCH TC: Traffic Channel (TCH ARFCN) or Stand-alone Dedicated Control Channel (SDCCH ARFCN) or Packet Dedicated Traffic Channel (PDTCH ARFCN) Timeslots: Timeslots used on uplink and downlink.

while the prefix in the data rate text fields is either “k” or “M”. Green line: GSM RLC/MAC downlink data transfer rate in kbit/s Light green line: GSM RLC/MAC uplink data transfer rate in kbit/s Screenshot Lines 3–4 are the same as the two bottom lines in the W/G Cells view: see section 4. Data Views with Graphs Graph Note that unit in the graph is kbit/s.Chapter 5.1. Key LZT 138 0240 R2A 77 .

The positioning is done by pinpointing the test route in the Map view. • Loading a Map Image into the Map View First you need to obtain an image of the environment that is going to be covered during measurement. Locate the file you want to load. it must be in JPEG format. and press Select. Load your image as a background image in the Map view: While in this view.TEMS Pocket 7. The best image quality is obtained if the camera is set in black-and-white mode. • 78 . use the phone’s camera to photograph the emergency or evacuation plan for the relevant floor.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 6. If you are using an image from a different source. (Other methods of recording a logfile do not require a memory card. Note that in order to use the pinpointing function. This is because all logfile-related data is copied to the memory card in connection with creating the zip archive. press Options and select Data view actions → Load map. you must have a memory card with sufficient free space installed on the phone. The Map View The Map view enables recording of positions for measurements in indoor locations and other places where GPS coverage is not available. Also avoid using the flash.1. For example.) 6.

2. Customizing the Appearance of Route Markers The waypoints that you mark on the map will always be colored blue.1. it is a good idea to adjust the zoom level of the Map view so that the pinpointing actions can be performed conveniently. However. The Map View The image now appears in the Map view: 6. Pinpointing Your Test Route Setting the Map Zoom You can start pinpointing as soon as the map is loaded. Set the zoom level as appropriate.Chapter 6.2. 6. The LZT 138 0240 R2A 79 .2.2. press Options and select Data view actions → Map properties → Zoom. 6. • In the Map view. before getting started on your test route. The markers tracing your route between waypoints will by default be colorcoded according to RxLev (in GSM) or UTRA Carrier RSSI (in WCDMA).

• • Latitude.4. 6.) 6.2. Entering Map Properties You can set some text attributes for the map image. page 184. • Press Options and select Data view actions → Map properties.3.2.2.4. A crosshair symbol becomes visible. (“RLC DL”/“RLC UL” means RLC throughput for WCDMA and RLC/MAC throughput for GSM. see section 6. The parameters are written to an XML file. The purpose of supplying this information is to enable geographical positioning of the map image using the TEMS Pocket Positioning Tool: see section 6. • Pinpointing and Recording To initiate a measurement. You can change to a different parameter as follows: • Press Options and select Data view actions → Value element. and a logfile is opened automatically. 80 .TEMS Pocket 7. • Select the desired parameter. Address. Building. Floor: Enter the relevant information. Longitude: Enter the coordinates of the top left corner of the map image. press Options and select Data view actions → Start pinpointing.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual color coding is explained in appendix B.3. The fact that the pinpointing is in progress is indicated by an icon at the top of the display.

• • You can undo the latest pinpointing action at any time by pressing the C button. Consecutive waypoints are automatically connected by route markers. When you are done with the measurement. and whenever you change direction. Note: The screen capture function must be turned off. move the crosshairs to the desired position.Chapter 6. • Continue pinpointing at regular intervals along the route. LZT 138 0240 R2A 81 . then press the Select button. The Map View • To pinpoint a spot on the map. press Options and select Data view actions → Stop pinpointing. otherwise the right soft button will be labeled Capture instead.

The intended way of working is to position the map using the coordinates provided in the map properties in TEMS Pocket: see section 6. This is accomplished by processing the zip archive with a software utility called TEMS Pocket Positioning Tool.TEMS Pocket 7.jpg) disappears. For further details on this topic. Please note that such zip archives cannot be replayed as-is in TEMS Pocket.3. (They resemble ordinary logfiles in the phone file system. It is launched from the Start menu by selecting Programs → Ascom → TEMS Products → Utilities → TEMS Pocket Positioning Tool. After being positioned. the logfiles are ready to be loaded into TEMS Investigation or TEMS Presentation. which is installed along with TEMS Investigation as well as TEMS Presentation.2.3 (*.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual The logfile closes. Positioning the Map Geographically The description of the test route furnished by pinpointing can be utilized when viewing TEMS Pocket logfiles in other TEMS tools such as TEMS Investigation and TEMS Presentation. 82 . it needs to be anchored to a geographical position. Before post-processing the data. however.) 6.3.xml) an index file detailing the archive contents (.xml).ppf) the map properties covered in section 6. a file where the pinpointed route is recorded (*. since the phone does not show file extensions. and the pinpointing icon A zip archive is now created holding: • • • • • the logfile (*.2.log) the image loaded into the Map view (*. consult the TEMS Pocket Positioning Tool User’s Manual.

Scanner: TEMS Pocket is in scan mode. and all functions in that mode are active. You can use filemarks to tag segments of special interest in the logfile. This command is available only while logfile recording is in progress. TEMS Pocket Functions in the Activity Menu 7. Note that many of these functions are found only in the Activity menu and not among the submenus of the Pocket menu. On selecting this command you are prompted to type the filemark text. see section 2. but all other functions are active. They are placed here to be conveniently accessible regardless of what TEMS Pocket functions or other phone functions you are using. This is the button labeled . Operational Mode Active: TEMS Pocket is in phone mode. Background: TEMS Pocket is in phone mode. TEMS Pocket Functions in the Activity Menu A number of TEMS Pocket functions are accessed by pressing the Activity key.1. you might want to note down the location where something special happened (helpful if you are not using a GPS of any kind). 7.2. no data views are displayed. Regarding the phone mode/scan mode distinction. LZT 138 0240 R2A 83 . For example.1. 7. Insert Filemark This command inserts filemarks (text strings) in a logfile while it is being recorded. Inactive: No TEMS Pocket functions are active. It may consist of up to 127 characters.Chapter 7.

using a variety of trigger conditions. see section 7. nor can the Cell Control menu be accessed while a logfile is being replayed.2.4. the TEMS Pocket user interface (data views. the recording is stopped.TEMS Pocket 7. see section 7. During logfile replay this command is not available. the user interface is updated by the logfile content exactly as in live mode.1) does not appear during replay. During replay. Regardless of storage medium. 7. see section 6. If the memory on the storage medium used for logfiles is running low (only 1 MB left). or if some error occurs.) You can insert filemarks in a logfile during recording. You are then notified by a message in the display. Once you have selected a logfile.4. event log. This is done from the Passive Measurement menu. Regarding logfile recording by pinpointing.2) in order to select a logfile for replay.3. A filter is applied so that only files with extension . this icon is shown on the status bar at the top of the display.1 below. (Logfile recording can also be automated. 7. event counters) is cleared.log are visible. The cell control icon (see section 9. Refer to chapter 14 for all remaining details on logfile recording and handling. Icons Used for Logfile Recording While a logfile is being recorded. exactly as if the data were being received from the network. and the logfile replay is put on standby. Start/Stop Logfile Replay This command is used to start and stop replay TEMS Pocket logfiles in TEMS Pocket itself. It is therefore not possible in TEMS Pocket to inspect the exact cell control 84 . On giving this command you are taken to the file system of the logfile storage medium (see section 14.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 7. that is. The actual replay does not begin until you select Play.1.3. Note that you can also replay the logfiles in TEMS Investigation and TEMS Presentation and make use of the powerful presentation facilities in these tools. see chapter 16.2. Start/Stop Logfile Recording This command is used for manual recording of TEMS Pocket logfiles. the directory is named Other\Pocket\Pro.

“Serving Cell List Active”. and others). and pressing the button in that situation pauses the replay. In both TEMS Pocket and TEMS Investigation. Rewind: Rewinds the logfile to the beginning and clears the TEMS Pocket user interface. TEMS Pocket Functions in the Activity Menu settings that were in force at a particular point while recording the logfile.Chapter 7. and returns TEMS Pocket to live mode. You may have to step several times to see any changes in the data. and during FTP sessions the replay command is not available. During logfile recording. Options: Pressing this button gives access to further replay control functions. 7. event log. during execution of a command sequence. events reflecting the application of cell control functions at recording time will appear during replay. Press the button once more (now named Play again) to resume the replay from the point where it was paused. the TEMS Pocket user interface (data views. Step: Reads one more phone message from the logfile and then pauses the replay. LZT 138 0240 R2A 85 . While the replay is in progress the button is relabeled Pause. The same thing happens when you exit replay mode.1. see below. Exit replay mode: Aborts the logfile replay. event counters) is once again cleared.4. just like any other events. closes the logfile. Press Play to start the replay once more. This can however be done by replaying the logfile in TEMS Investigation and studying certain information elements exhibited in that application (“Band Control”. If you rewind the logfile. Replay Control Functions Play: Replays the logfile at approximately live speed.

the Tag option must have been selected in the dialogs just 86 .5. If an incoming call is received during logfile replay. Note that for the Tag Logfile command to be available in these situations. Tag Logfile This function lets you attach a tag to a logfile that is being recorded.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual When the replay has reached the end of the logfile. aborting the replay. and Command Sequence menus) are disabled.TEMS Pocket 7.2. In the latter case a busy tone will be sent to the calling party. Exit: Exit replay mode. The tag is used as a criterion for logfile saving in the course of command sequence execution or passive measurement (“Store logfiles with” setting: see sections 15. 7. see above. you can choose either to answer the call. toggle capture on/off. the buttons are once again relabeled. FTP. Logfile. now with the choices in the Options menu (above): Options: Toggle on-screen help mode. During logfile replay.1). all other TEMS Pocket control functions (all other commands in the Activity menu and all commands in the Cell Control. Rewind: See above. 7.1 and 16.2. or to ignore the call and proceed with the replay.4. This means that the logfile has been replayed to the end. Icons Used for Logfile Replay The following icons are displayed on the status bar to indicate the status of the replay: Replay in progress at normal speed (following Play command) Replay paused (following Pause or Step command) Replay stopped.

LZT 138 0240 R2A 87 . Start FTP/Stop FTP/Stop Logfile Upload These commands are used to conduct FTP sessions.8. The command takes you to a list of the FTP Get and FTP Put operations you have defined. this command is not available.6. the menu item reads “Connecting” and is grayed. 7. see chapter 12. The start command always reads “Start FTP”. while the stop command is named “Stop logfile upl. when recording a logfile manually.8. Event Log This is a shortcut to the event log.1 Tagging a logfile also adds the string tag_ to the logfile name. see section 10. but the “Store logfiles with” criterion is absent for this type of measurement anyway (see section 16. 1.Chapter 7. The same is also true for passive measurement triggered on phone startup. The command is visible only if you have selected manual connect. How to perform FTP operations and how to connect to FTP servers is specified in the FTP menu: see chapter 13. A series of events is generated in connection with each FTP session: see section 10. the Tag Logfile command is always available.1. 7.1) – the logfile is always stored. In contrast. While a connect operation is in progress.” for a logfile upload and “Stop FTP” for other FTP sessions. TEMS Pocket Functions in the Activity Menu referred to. which enables you to consider tags when doing logfile post-processing of your own. Even so. For further information on using GPS devices with TEMS Pocket.7. 7.5. During logfile replay this command is not available. During logfile replay and during execution of a command sequence. including uploading of TEMS Pocket logfiles if you prefer to do these uploads manually.2. you can tag the logfile for purposes of your own. Connect/Disconnect GPS This command connects or disconnects a GPS (phone-internal or external). see section 12.

then press the Select button. Start/Stop Command Sequence This command starts and stops a command sequence. when the sequence has been stopped. 7.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 7. The selected sequence will execute indefinitely unless you stop it.TEMS Pocket 7. 88 . How to set up command sequences is covered in chapter 15.9. To stop the sequence. see chapter 8.10. • • Select one of the command sequences that are defined. During logfile replay this command is not available. In this case. choose Stop Command Sequence from the Activity menu. Pocket Menu This is a shortcut to the Pocket menu. If a passive measurement (see chapter 16) is in progress when you start a command sequence. TEMS Pocket halts the passive measurement and runs the command sequence instead. passive measurement is re-enabled according to the previous settings for that function.

• • General The Pocket menu can be accessed from the Activity menu from the phone’s main menu by choosing Settings.Chapter 8. etc. event counters. The Pocket menu appears at the top of the General submenu. and event settings Control visibility of data views Configure GPS settings Set up FTP sessions and FTP logfile transfer Configure automated logfile transfer Define command sequences Configure passive mode measurement Import and export user-defined TEMS Pocket settings.1. The Pocket Menu 8. Show and control event log. and more Events Data views GPS FTP Logfile Command sequence Passive measurement Tools 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 LZT 138 0240 R2A 89 . 9 Name Cell control Function Control the phone’s behavior in the network: Lock on RAT/band/ frequency/cell. The Pocket Menu 8. The Pocket menu holds the following submenus: Chapter Ref.

TEMS Pocket 7. 18 90 .3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Name General settings Function Configure miscellaneous TEMS Pocket settings Chapter Ref.

an ongoing FTP session will be terminated. so the function should not be used while an FTP session is in progress. When this function is activated. Cell Control Menu In this menu are collected the functions that modify the phone’s behavior in the network. coverage” appears in the phone display.Chapter 9. 9.2. this icon appears on the status bar. the phone detaches from the network it is currently attached to. Cell Control Menu 9. It does not have any effect on RAT selection in dedicated mode. This icon does not appear during logfile replay. however.2. the phone will go into no service mode. Icons Used for Cell Control Whenever at least one cell control function is active. If the signal is too weak. 9. see section 15. Note that cell control functions can also be activated as options in command sequences. Lock to RAT This function locks the phone to one radio access technology in idle mode. LZT 138 0240 R2A 91 .1. The phone then attaches to the selected network. and the message “No netw.

92 . You will be asked to enter a UARFCN and SC.1) will then not be displayed. This is done by not entering a SC. 9. the phone will go into no service mode. Regarding interplay between locking functions.1 and 4. you can lock on a UARFCN while disregarding scrambling codes. Lock Cell WCDMA This function locks the phone to a WCDMA cell. Alternatively. WCDMA: The phone is forced to camp on a WCDMA network whenever one is available.6.6. see section 9. Choose Off to release the lock.9.3. If the signal is too weak. It is recommended not to use this function in conjunction with TEMS Pocket.4).TEMS Pocket 7. These values will then appear beneath the menu item when selected. See sections 4.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Off: No forcing of network selection. and the GSM lock operation will not be registered in the logfile if you are recording one (compare section 7. see section 9. • Choose Set UARFCN/SC to lock on a cell. Note: In the phone’s main menu (Settings → Connectivity → Mobile networks → GSM/3G networks) it is possible to make a choice between “GSM and 3G” and “GSM only”. GSM: The phone is forced to camp on a GSM network whenever one is available. • • Note that you can also lock on a cell that makes an appearance in data views. since the Cell Control icon (see section 9. which will immediately become the serving cell provided that the signal strength is sufficient. Regarding interplay between locking functions.

4. Choose Off to release the lock. The set of bands supported differs between the phone models. and 4.5. Off: Function not applied. Cell Control Menu 9. the phone will go into no service mode. Regarding interplay between locking functions. Lock Band GSM You can lock the phone to a particular WCDMA or GSM frequency band.Chapter 9. 9. see section 9.17. See sections 4. If there exists an available GSM cell using that ARFCN.4. This ARFCN will then appear beneath the menu item when selected. You will be asked to enter an ARFCN number. Note that this operation will result in no service if you prevent the use of all bands that are available in the area. Lock Band WCDMA.: The phone will be locked to the indicated WCDMA band.1. 850 (V). etc. • Note that you can also lock on a cell that makes an appearance in data views. LZT 138 0240 R2A 93 . If the signal is too weak.6. Lock ARFCN GSM This function locks the phone to an ARFCN in a GSM network. • Choose Set ARFCN to lock on a cell. the phone will be immediately handed over to that cell provided that the signal strength is sufficient.18.

6 above. you must first manually release the RAT lock. 850. Regarding interplay between locking functions. UARFCN. etc.TEMS Pocket 7. The phone cannot be band-locked while a voice or video call is in progress. or band (sections 9. the WCDMA lock is released and the phone is RAT-locked to GSM instead.6. In TEMS Investigation. Comparison with Locking Functions in TEMS Investigation Users familiar with TEMS Investigation should note that the relationship between the locking functions in that product is partly different.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Off: Function not applied. 9. For example.4. In this situation. so that (for example) trying to lock on a frequency band in GSM has no effect if the phone is currently locked to WCDMA. This is useful if you want to test inter-RAT handover to and from a specific cell or band in one RAT. the cell or band lock is not released but remains.3.) 94 .: The phone will be locked to the indicated GSM band. 9.7. (Compare with section 9. see section 9. Interplay between Locking Functions If you lock the phone to a cell. 9.6. • • if you release the cell or band lock. if you lock the phone to WCDMA with Lock to RAT and then issue a Lock ARFCN GSM command. All locking commands have equal priority in the sense that no command can be inhibited by one previously given. the phone is also automatically locked to the corresponding RAT. the RAT Control setting for Sony Ericsson UMTS phones has priority over all technology-specific settings. the RAT lock is also automatically released. To be able to lock on a GSM band. if you release the RAT lock. 9.5).

LZT 138 0240 R2A 95 . It should be emphasized that this function does not provide ultimate control of which voice codec is actually used during a call.2.Chapter 9.9. UMTS AMR-WB: UMTS Adaptive Multi Rate – Wideband 9. HS Capability You can enable or disable the TEMS Pocket phone’s HSPA capabilities as shown below.1). this decision always remains with the network. Voice Codec This function is used to modify the list of preferred GSM and WCDMA voice codecs that the phone reports to the network.0 User’s Manual. In the dialog are shown all GSM and WCDMA voice codecs that the phone supports.6. see the TEMS Investigation 11. Cell Control Menu For full details. at least one codec must remain selected at all times.8. Codecs used in GSM AMR-WB: Adaptive Multi Rate – Wideband AMR-FR: Adaptive Multi Rate – Full Rate EFR: Enhanced Full Rate FR: Full Rate AMR-HR: Adaptive Multi Rate – Half Rate HR: Half Rate Codecs used in WCDMA UMTS AMR: UMTS Adaptive Multi Rate UMTS AMR2: This codec behaves as a FR AMR codec in the uplink and as a UMTS AMR codec in the downlink (3GPP 23.1. 9.153 section 5. section 16. You cannot deselect all codecs in the dialog.

The latter is governed entirely by the capabilities of the current serving cell. but HSUPA is not. Ignore Cell Barred Off: The phone will make no attempt to access barred cells. The Cell control settings revert to their defaults when the phone is turned off. 9. HSPA: Both HSDPA and HSUPA are enabled.2). The reset operation does not affect the General settings and Events menus. the Reset control settings choice is disabled and grayed. 9.TEMS Pocket 7. If you have not changed anything from the default.10. Off: Only WCDMA R99 is enabled. On: The phone will ignore barring of cells. 96 . choose Reset control settings and press Yes to confirm.11. Reset Control Settings This command undoes any changes made from the default in the Cell control menu. HSDPA: HSDPA is enabled. This function governs whether the phone is allowed to access a barred cell.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Note that this function does not affect the behavior of the “3G”/“H” status bar symbol (see section 2. • In the Cell control menu.

1. When an event is selected on a tab.) Under Event counters. you must make sure that Event logging is not set to “Off”. • Event Log Viewing the Event Log In the Events menu. including those not yet viewed (i. audio signals. Under Event settings. 10.3. (The term “log” as used in this section has got nothing to do with recording of TEMS Pocket logfiles. counting. regarding the latter. choose Event Log.3. The Normal tab shows all normal events.Chapter 10. The New tab is shown. listing all events that have occurred since the last time you inspected the New tab. 10. Events Menu 10.1. Events Menu Events are inspected in the event log.1. See section 10. see section 7. and displaying of icons. The number of new events is shown in the tab title. those remaining on the New tab). Note: To have events logged at all. you can check how many times each type of event has occurred. The All tab shows all events.1. the most important parameters of the event are shown beneath the event name: LZT 138 0240 R2A 97 . The Fail tab shows all failure events. you configure settings for events: logging.e.

Press Yes to confirm. A plain-text screen appears: Event name Timestamp CGI Event-specific parameters 10. Clearing the Event Log A maximum of 100 events can be stored in the event log. 10.3.1.1. you can configure some general aspects of event logging as follows: 98 . the oldest log entry is removed whenever a new event is entered.TEMS Pocket 7.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Event name Event time and parameters To inspect the full details of an event. select it and press View. press Options and choose “Clear event log”. Once the log is full. The event log can also be cleared manually: • To clear the event log. Enabling/Disabling Event Logging and Sound While in the event log.2.

Session). Event Settings Each type of event has a set of configurable settings. GMM. IRAT.4.2) or event counters (see section 10. On: Event logging and event sounds are enabled. You can export your event settings to file. SM. 10.2).Chapter 10.4). When you select an event. RR.2.1. but event sounds are disabled. Use the navigation key (left/right) to move between event submenus. they are included in the Export settings operation (Tools menu: see section 17. the current settings for that event are displayed beneath the event name.1. RRC.3).5 below. The selection made here overrides all settings made for individual event types (see section 10. Silent: Event logging is enabled. LZT 138 0240 R2A 99 . Events are grouped into submenus: one for each event category (CC. Events Menu • Press the Options button and choose Event logging. Off: Event logging and event sounds are disabled. All event types are listed and described in section 10.2. • Viewing Event Settings From the Events menu. MM. • Shortcuts to Event Settings and Event Counters From the event log you can use the Options menu to go directly to the event settings (see section 10. choose Event Settings. 10. 10.

2. Turning off logging also turns off Sound and Icon popup (below). To apply identical settings to all events.2.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 10. This restores the default logging settings listed in section 10. a third option appears which is named Default.g. navigate to the event and press the Select button.5. • The following options exist: Log: Turns logging on and off for the event or event category. “Select RR”). If you select an event category. To apply identical settings to all events in a category (submenu). navigate to that submenu. choose Options and choose “Select all”.TEMS Pocket 7. (continued on next page) 100 . • • Modifying Event Settings To change settings for an individual event. or all events. press Options and choose “Select <category name>” (e.

The prerecorded sound files consist of a voice announcing the event. In dedicated mode. LZT 138 0240 R2A 101 . and AMR. All event types are listed and described in section 10. Events Menu Sound: • • “Off” means that no sound will be played when the event occurs.2). (The prerecorded sound files are not accessible in the phone file system.1. The counters are however reset whenever you enter or exit logfile replay mode. 10. • Viewing Event Counters From the Events menu.3).1. all event sounds will be muted regardless of the settings made here. This function is always active and cannot be turned off while the application is in Active mode. that if Event logging is set to Silent (see section 10. Event Counters TEMS Pocket keeps track of the number of times each type of event has occurred. the voice recording is replaced by a notification beep. 10. however. “Default” means that. “User set” directs you to a directory in the phone’s file system where you can store sound files of your own and associate them with events. choose Event Counters.Chapter 10.5 below. The icons used are reproduced in section 10. Supported file formats are MIDI.5. in idle mode.3. the predefined sound for the event will be played when the event occurs.3. The events are divided into the same categories as in the event settings (see section 10. Icon popup: If turned on. MP3.) • Note. the icon associated with an event will be shown in the status bar each time the event occurs.

g. press Options and choose “Reset <category name>” (e. navigate to the event and press the Reset button.3. the current count for that event is displayed beneath the event name. Event Icons An icon is shown on the display status bar for the latest event that occurred. navigate to that submenu. To reset the counters for all events in a category (submenu). • • Resetting Event Counters To reset the counter for an event. press Options and choose “Reset all”. To reset the counters for all events. Event icons are differentiated as follows: • • Each event category distinguished under Event settings and Event counters has its own icon (for example. If no event whatsoever occurs within 15 minutes. See the examples below: Normal event Failure event 102 . “Reset RR”). the icon disappears. CC and MM. 10.TEMS Pocket 7.2). • 10.2.4. When you select an event. All failure events are distinguished by a red cross. see section 10.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Use the navigation key (left/right) to move between event submenus.

the appropriate text string is substituted. MT} CC Id. and icon popup settings (On = all settings turned on. Events Menu For other event categories.Chapter 10.5. CC Cause CC Id. The Def column indicates the default logging. The T column indicates whether the event denotes a normal occurrence (N) or some kind of failure (F). Some of the event parameters are described in more detail in appendix A. one of the strings “2G” and “3G” is added to indicate which technology the phone is transferred to: Handover Direction GSM to WCDMA WCDMA to GSM Normal Events Failure Events 10. 10. CC Events For values of CC Cause. CC Cause CC Id. sound.1. Here are also listed the default values for the settings described in section 10.2. Call Type {MO. see appendix A.5. other parameters appear from the tables. All events have CGI as parameter. For inter-RAT events. Off = all settings turned off). L = only logging turned on. Event Name Call Attempt Call Blocked Call Dropped Call End T N F F N Def Off On On Off Parameters CC Id.3. CC Cause LZT 138 0240 R2A 103 . List of Logged Events This section lists all the events saved in the event log and their parameters.

Eq.2. Reject (Authentication Reject) LAU Attempt (Location Area Update Attempt) LAU Failure (Location Area Update Failure) LAU Reject (Location Area Update Reject) LAU Success (Location Area Update Success) MM Reg. Combined.5. (MM Registered Equivalent PLMN) MM Reg.10. Failure (Authentication Failure) Auth. MM Events For values of MM Cause. LA Update Type (if = Combined) – N On N On – 104 . Invalid} MM Cause F On F On MM Cause N Off Previous Location Area. IMSI Attach. Periodic. see appendix A.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Event Name Call Established T N Def Off CC Id Parameters 10. Home (MM Registered Home PLMN) T F F N Def On On Off Parameters MM Cause Constant string: “No SIM or IMSI not approved” LA Update Type {Normal. Event Name Auth.TEMS Pocket 7.

(PDP Context Activation Attempt) PDPCtx Act. PDP address (IPv4 only) NSAPI.17. see appendix A. SM Events For values of SM Cause. (PDP Context Deactivation Complete) T N Def Off NSAPI Parameters N Off NSAPI. (PDP Context Activation Complete) PDPCtx Act.3. SM Cause (if Type = NW) LZT 138 0240 R2A 105 .5. (PDP Context Deactivation Attempt) PDPCtx Deact. Type {NW. Att.Chapter 10. SM Cause F On N Off NSAPI N Off NSAPI. UE}. Events Menu Event Name MM Reg. 6}. Roaming (MM Registered Roaming PLMN) MM Unregistered T N Def On – Parameters N On – 10. Cpl. (PDP Context Activation Reject) PDPCtx Deact. Att. Rej. Cpl. Event Name PDPCtx Act. IP version {4.

(GMM Detach Attempt) GMM Detach Cpl. (GMM Attach Complete) GMM Attach Fail.7.4. Periodic.5. Combined} Old RA. New RA N Off N On Timer Event {True. (GMM Attach Failure) GMM Detach Att. GMM Events For values of GMM Cause. False}. Combined} “T3310 expired” or GMM Reject Cause GMM Cause GMM Cause. Type {NW. T3330/GMM Reject Cause 106 . see appendix A. UE} RA Update Type {Normal. Combined} Attach type: {GPRS.TEMS Pocket 7. (GMM Attach Attempt) GMM Attach Cpl. Event Name GMM Attach Att. (GMM Detach Complete) RAU Attempt (Routing Area Update Attempt) RAU Complete (Routing Area Update Complete) RAU Reject (Routing Area Update Reject) T N N F N N N Def Off Off On Off Off Off Parameters Attach type: {GPRS.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 10.

BSIC Event Name G2U Cell Ch. SC N Off New BCCH ARFCN.5. (GSM To UTRAN Cell Change Success) G2U HO Attempt (GSM To UTRAN Handover Attempt) G2U HO Failure (GSM To UTRAN Handover Failure) G2U HO Success (GSM To UTRAN Handover Success) U2G Cell Ch. BSIC F On BCCH ARFCN. Att. IRAT Events T N Def Off Parameters BCCH ARFCN. SC F On UARFCN. (GSM To UTRAN Cell Change Failure) G2U Cell Ch. BSIC N Off New UARFCN. Succ. New SC N Off UARFCN. (GSM To UTRAN Cell Change Attempt) G2U Cell Ch. Fail. Succ. Att. New BSIC UARFCN. Events Menu 10.5.Chapter 10. (UTRAN To GSM Cell Change Failure) U2G Cell Ch. BSIC N Off New UARFCN. (UTRAN To GSM Cell Change Attempt) U2G Cell Ch. (UTRAN To GSM Cell Change Success) U2G HO Attempt (UTRAN To GSM Handover Attempt) F On BCCH ARFCN. SC N Off LZT 138 0240 R2A 107 . Fail. New SC N Off BCCH ARFCN.

RR Internal Cause F F F On On On Target BCCH ARFCN.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Event Name U2G HO Failure (UTRAN To GSM Handover Failure) U2G HO Success (UTRAN To GSM Handover Success) T F Def On Parameters UARFCN. RR Events For values of RR Cause. RR Internal Cause BCCH ARFCN. see appendix A. BSIC.TEMS Pocket 7. (GSM Assignment Failure) GSM Datalink Timeout GSM HO Failure (GSM Handover Failure) GSM RL Timeout (GSM Radio Link Timeout) T F Def On Parameters BCCH ARFCN.5. Radio Link Timeout Counter (Max) 108 . BSIC. BSIC F On F On RR Cause. New BSIC 10. (GPRS Packet Access Failure) GPRS Retrans. For values of RR Internal Cause. PRR (GPRS Retransmit Packet Resource Request) GSM Assign. TO value BCCH ARFCN. SC N Off New BCCH ARFCN. see appendix A. Event Name GPRS Pkt.14. RR Cause BCCH ARFCN. Fail. BSIC.6. Acs.13. Fail. BSIC.

Est. (Active Set Update Failure) Inter-Freq. Events Menu Event Name Imm. New SC F On UARFCN. RRC Failure Cause New UARFCN. (Physical Channel Establishment Failure) T F Def On Parameters UARFCN. For values of RRC Protocol Error Cause. SC. Fail. Cell Reselection (Inter-frequency Cell Reselection) Inter-Freq. Assign. SC N On New UARFCN.7. Fail.16. see appendix A. Rej. SC LZT 138 0240 R2A 109 . BSIC. RR Internal Cause – – F On N F On On 10. (Immediate Assignment Failure) Imm. HO Success (Inter-frequency Handover Success) Phy. RRC Events For values of RRC Failure Cause. Ch. Set Upd. Assign.5. New SC N Off F On UARFCN.Chapter 10.15. RR Internal Cause BCCH ARFCN. (Immediate Assignment Reject) RAT: GSM RAT: No Service T F Def On Parameters BCCH ARFCN. see appendix A. HO Failure (Inter-frequency Handover Failure) Inter-Freq. Event Name Act. Fail. BSIC.

SC F On F On F F On On 10. Fail.8. SC. RRC Failure Cause UARFCN. SC.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Event Name RAT: WCDMA RB Reconf. File size. (Radio Bearer Reconfiguration Failure) RB Setup Fail.5. Bit rate DL – N N F L On On 110 . Session Events For values of Automatic Upload Failure Cause. (Radio Bearer Setup Failure) RRC Conn. see appendix A. (RRC Connection Failure) RRC Prot. Upload bearer Upload bearer File name. (RRC Radio Link Failure) T N F Def On On – Parameters UARFCN. (FTP Transfer Failure) T N F Def L L Parameters Upload bearer (cellular/WiFi) Automatic Upload Failure Cause. SC. RRC Protocol Error Cause UARFCN. Fail. Duration. Event Name Auto. RRC Failure Cause UARFCN.TEMS Pocket 7.2. Error (RRC Protocol Error) RRC RL Fail. Upload Fail. (Automatic Upload Failure) Auto. Bit rate UL. Upload End (Automatic Upload End) Auto. RRC Failure Cause UARFCN. SC. Upload Start (Automatic Upload Start) FTP Transfer End FTP Transfer Fail.

Lost (GPS Location Lost) Video Call End Video Call Fail. Lost (GPS Connection Lost) GPS Loc. Found (GPS Connection Found) GPS Conn. (Video Call Failure) Video Call Start Voice Call End Voice Call Fail.Chapter 10. Events Menu Event Name FTP Transfer Start GPS Conn. (Voice Call Failure) Voice Call Start T N N F N F N F N N F N Def On On On On On Off Off Off Off Off Off – – – – – – – – – – – Parameters LZT 138 0240 R2A 111 . Found (GPS Location Found) GPS Loc.

if you browse to a different view and then back again.1.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 11. one data view will still remain visible as you exit the menu system. To make the view permanently visible again you must press Toggle to set its visibility to On. Note that this command never has a preset value: the submenu with the choices On and Off has no radio buttons. you should not edit these settings but rather put TEMS Pocket in background or inactive mode: see section 7. namely the one you last accessed. Go to: Press this bottom to immediately display the selected data view and exit the Data Views menu. If you turn off visibility for all data views. If you perform the Go to action for a data view whose visibility is currently set to Off. the hidden view will be skipped. If you do in fact want to hide all data views. The Set all command (at the bottom of each tab) sets the visibility for all data views in the group. 112 .TEMS Pocket 7. Data Views Menu From this menu you control what data views should be visible as you browse through them. Toggle: Press this button to toggle the visibility for the selected data view on and off. the view is shown just this once. the data views are organized in a multi-tab structure with one tab for each data view category. In the menu.

This means that the phone will use the Assisted GPS (A-GPS) technology to reduce the time taken to obtain a first GPS fix. Access to the builtin GPS is included in the TEMS Pocket standard package. In the phone’s main menu.Chapter 12. LZT 138 0240 R2A 113 . i. and TEMS Pocket can make use of this device for positioning. The GPS menu is used to control the choice of GPS device and various aspects of how to interact with it. By default the phone also has the option Location services → Settings → “Assisted start” activated.e. Sections 12. the GPS is currently enabled. navigate to Location services → Settings and check that the third item in this submenu reads “Disable GPS”. GPS Menu 12. 12.4). Whenever the built-in GPS is active.4 below cover the submenus of the GPS menu. Using the Built-in GPS The Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a phones have a built-in GPS. enable the GPS. the built-in GPS must be enabled in the regular phone user interface.1.1. You can export your GPS settings to file. does not change.1. this icon from the regular phone interface appears at the top of the display. The positioning accuracy. the phone must have a functioning data account defined. they are included in the Export settings operation (Tools menu: see section 17. To be available to TEMS Pocket. Using GPS Units with TEMS Pocket: Introduction Using a GPS device with TEMS Pocket enhances compatibility with products such as TEMS Investigation and TEMS Automatic/TEMS Presentation by allowing TEMS Pocket data to be presented on maps.) If necessary. GPS Menu 12.2–12. (It is by default. in the same way as for WAP. Since the phone’s use of A-GPS involves contacting a Sony Ericsson specific “assistance server”. on the other hand.

See section 21.2.8). If an automatic connect fails. Automatic: When you switch from Manual to Automatic. The same thing will happen later on each time the phone is power cycled.1.TEMS Pocket 7.1.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual The built-in GPS consumes a large amount of power and thus requires frequent charging of the phone battery. No error messages are given in this case. or if “GPS device” is set to Bluetooth and you successfully paired a GPS with the phone when you last did a Bluetooth device search. 114 . Bluetooth pairing is handled from within TEMS Pocket: see section 12. Using an External GPS TEMS Pocket can also connect to an external (Bluetooth) GPS.3) is set to Internal.1 or later.2 or later. and NMEA-0183 version 2.1) cannot be combined with an external GPS. This functionality.2. an error message is displayed. 12. is part of the standard TEMS Pocket package. 12.2 for some further specifics on this matter. GPS Connect Manual: At the outset no GPS is connected. the following applies: If “GPS device” (see section 12.3. If a manual connect fails.3). SPP (Serial Port Profile) version 1. the phone will do a retry once every minute until it succeeds. You can connect to any Bluetooth GPS device that uses Bluetooth version 1. Switching between the options Manual and Automatic disconnects a GPS that is currently connected. You can connect the phone manually to a GPS (internal or external) by using the command in the Activity menu (see section 7. This is the default setting. The “Assisted start” option (see section 12. then the phone will immediately try to connect to the selected GPS. Note that you must choose your “GPS device” setting while “GPS connect” is set to Manual (see section 12.1. too.

If you have selected Automatic under “GPS connect”. Bluetooth: When you select this.2). i. GPS Device Here you select what kind of GPS device TEMS Pocket should use. The found devices are listed on the screen shown below.8) will always apply to the Bluetooth device last paired with the phone as just described. TEMS Pocket will start searching for available Bluetooth devices. you can do so at any time by selecting the Bluetooth option again. GPS Menu 12. The Connect GPS command in the Activity menu (see section 7.Chapter 12. however (see section 12. also devices other than GPS units. the GPS device dialog is not accessible. select the GPS you want to connect to.3. You will be asked for a passcode. Here are listed all Bluetooth devices that have been found in the search. LZT 138 0240 R2A 115 .e. Internal: TEMS Pocket will use the phone’s internal GPS. Note: In the list may appear all kinds of Bluetooth compatible devices. • Among the devices found. If you want to refresh the search for Bluetooth devices. The phone will then attempt Bluetooth pairing with the selected device.

Note: For this synchronization to work. This is useful for instance if you are going to upload TEMS Pocket logfiles to a TEMS Automatic database.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 12. it is vital that the time zone has been correctly set on the phone. GPS Time Synch If this is set to On.4. the phone clock will be synchronized with the GPS time. 116 .TEMS Pocket 7.

FTP Menu In this menu you specify FTP servers that the phone is going to interact with (whether for FTP testing or for logfile upload).4). they are included in the Export settings operation (Tools menu: see section 17.1. Here you also set up FTP Put/ Get operations to perform during testing. 13. FTP Transfer Here you define FTP Put and FTP Get operations. FTP Menu 13. At the outset they are simply numbered from 1 to 10 in the user interface. LZT 138 0240 R2A 117 .Chapter 13. You start and stop FTP testing from the Activity menu: see section 7. Up to ten operations can be defined. you get the opportunity to name the operations while defining them (see below). You can export your FTP settings to file.7. • Select a number to define the corresponding FTP operation.

A leading slash may be used as root symbol but is not mandatory. but no file will be stored in the phone file system. Common Parameters FTP server: Specify the FTP server to interact with: one of those defined in the FTP server submenu (see section 13. the operation will complete. Direction: Select FTP Put or FTP Get.2). The remaining parameters are partly different for the two types of operation: FTP Put Specific Parameters Local file: Browse to select the file to be uploaded.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Name: Text field for labeling the FTP operation. the server to interact with. and the file to put/get will appear in the FTP transfer list: 118 . In either case. Remote directory: Name of directory where the file should be stored on the FTP server. or the FTP Data view (see section 4.5) will not show correct values for the mean data transfer rate.TEMS Pocket 7. files are stored in the directory Other. Note that the file used for upload or download must not be larger than about 500 MB. Save file to: The downloaded file can be written either to the phone memory or to the memory stick. FTP Put parameters FTP Get Specific Parameters Remote file: Path describing the location of the file to get on the FTP server. Once you are done setting up an FTP operation. FTP Get parameters If the phone runs out of memory during an FTP Get operation. its name and direction.

Up to ten FTP servers can be defined. • Select a number to define the corresponding FTP server.Chapter 13. (continued on next page) LZT 138 0240 R2A 119 . At the outset they are simply numbered from 1 to 10 in the user interface.2. FTP Server Here you specify FTP servers and how to access them. you get the opportunity to name the servers while defining them (see below). Name: Text field for labeling the FTP server. The address may not contain a path to a subdirectory. FTP password: User password on the FTP server. FTP Menu 13. if required. if required. Port: The FTP server port. Remote address: The IP address or host name of the FTP server. The default is 21. FTP user: User name on the FTP server.

1). this parameter is overridden by the identically named parameter in the FTP Put command (see section 13.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Remote directory: This parameter applies to logfile upload only. Fixed timeouts (not user-configurable) are used when establishing the dialup connection (60 s) and when setting up the FTP session itself (60 s). it names the directory where the logfiles should be stored on the FTP server. When you perform a manual FTP Put operation. Data account: Select the data account that should be used for the FTP session. 120 .TEMS Pocket 7. Failure to obtain a response from the FTP server within the latter time period results in “FTP session error”.

5. using the built-in FTP client.3 logfiles are to transfer them to a PC and open them in other TEMS products: • • • TEMS Investigation.1 or later TEMS Discovery. This is known as “passive measurement” and is covered in chapter 16. TEMS Pocket is capable of uploading logfiles to an FTP server. in the following ways: • • Over the cellular network.0 or later. In order to reduce FTP transfer times.1.4. See section 14.0 or later TEMS Automatic. Logfile Menu 14. See section 14. TEMS Pocket has a logfile replay function.1.3. version 11. You can record logfiles manually in the following ways: • • By using commands in the Activity menu. Logfile Menu 14.1. See section 7. version 8. Logfiles are ordinary files in the phone file system and can be handled from the File manager.2 below). In connection with pinpointing in the Map view. This is dealt with in section 14. See chapter 6. Over WiFi. LZT 138 0240 R2A 121 . see section 14. Other ways to study TEMS Pocket 7.3. Logfiles in TEMS Pocket: Introduction TEMS Pocket can record its measurements in logfiles. Logfiles are stored either in the internal phone memory or on a memory stick (see section 14. Regarding logfile naming.1 or later/TEMS Presentation. version 2.4. containing the same richness of detail as logfiles recorded with TEMS Automatic test units or with terminals connected to TEMS Investigation. described in section 7.Chapter 14. version 2. You can also configure TEMS Pocket to trigger automatic recording of logfiles in a number of situations. you can opt to compress logfiles prior to upload.

You can export all logfile-related settings to file. 14.1. Logfile Naming Format All logfiles recorded by TEMS Pocket are named according to the syntax <Status>_<Type>_[<Tag>_]<Date>_<Time>. <Type> voice_a voice_p video_a video_p FTP_a FTP_p HTTP_a HTTP_p stream_a stream_p idle_a startup_p manual Active voice measurement Passive voice measurement Active video call measurement Passive video call measurement Active FTP measurement Passive FTP measurement Active HTTP measurement Passive HTTP measurement Active streaming measurement Passive streaming measurement Active idle measurement Passive startup measurement Manual logfile recording 122 . they are included in the Export settings operation (Tools menu: see section 17.4).7 below cover the submenus of the Logfile menu.log where the components have the following meanings: <Status> S F Measurements successful Measurements failed No status is given for manually recorded logfiles or for logfile recordings triggered at phone startup (since in these cases there are no particular measurements associated with the recording).1.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual It is of course also possible to transfer logfiles via USB or Bluetooth. Sections 14. or to send them as attachments to e-mail.TEMS Pocket 7.2–14.

log startup_2010-02-03_16.2. minutes.02.SS: Hours.5) No tag attached by user 14. seconds Tag attached by user (see section 7.02.1.log manual_2010-02-03_16.53.1. LZT 138 0240 R2A 123 . Alternatively.MM.02.53. to an FTP server. 14. it is possible to upload files over WiFi if a WiFi access point is available. month.02. directory Other\Pocket\Pro.53. See section 14.1. What server to upload to is selected in the FTP server submenu: see section 14. Examples • • • • f_voice_p_2010-02-03_16.log s_FTP_a_tag_2010-02-03_16. Upload over cellular may be regarded as the “standard” logfile upload method in TEMS Pocket. Upload Logfile Here you configure automated uploading of logfiles over the cellular network. provided that the phone has got a memory stick installed. Save Logfile To Phone memory: Logfiles are saved to the phone memory.Chapter 14. Logfile Menu <Tag> tag – (empty) <Date> YYYY-MM-DD: Year. using the FTP protocol. directory Other\Pocket\Pro.4. Memory stick: Logfiles are saved to the memory stick.log 14.7.3. day <Time> HH.53. Sony Ericsson phones support Memory Stick M2.

Use this setting if you prefer to upload logfiles manually using the FTP Put command (see section 7. Like any other upload. Logfile uploads may however still occur. Subsequently. Conflicts with Other TEMS Pocket Functions While a command sequence is executing. 14. every new logfile will be uploaded as soon as it has been recorded.7). Off: No automated uploading. Rather. namely if initiated by the command sequence itself (Upload flag set in command sequence settings: see section 15.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Immediate: Selecting this does not literally trigger an upload immediately.2. Each time an upload is performed.1). then turn to section 14. • Schedule: Logfiles are uploaded according to a schedule that you define here. all logfiles are transferred that have not yet been transferred (logfiles created since the last upload.1. along with any other logfiles that are stored on the storage medium.a a. There is yet another way to upload logfiles manually.5. as long as Immediate remains selected.2.3. A set of events is provided reporting on the progress and outcome of each upload. See chapter 20.3. logfiles cannot be uploaded in any of the ways described in section 14. Logfiles are simply stored in the phone memory or on the memory stick as long as free space is available.TEMS Pocket 7. using a command accessed from the phone file system.3.8. the setting has this effect: • The next time you record a logfile. an upload governed by a command sequence will transfer all logfiles stored in 124 . the logfile will be uploaded immediately at that time. Select this option to go to the Start time screen. See section 10. plus any older logfiles that may remain because you aborted uploading of these files).

14. Skip to Step 3 below.Chapter 14. set the upload time here. Step 1 Setting an Upload Schedule Now: Choose this option to perform the first upload right away (as soon as you are done setting up the schedule). no logfile uploads can occur. 00:00: Choose this option to specify a time of day when the first upload should be performed. Step 2 If you chose “00:00” in Step 1.2. If. a logfile upload comes due according to the upload schedule defined. Logfile Menu the logfile folder. during command sequence execution or logfile replay. the upload is postponed until the conflicting activity has ended. LZT 138 0240 R2A 125 . While logfile replay is in progress. including any remaining older files that were not produced by the command sequence. Afterwards the phone reverts to following the upload schedule.3.

The TEMS Pocket phone is capable of searching for available WiFi networks.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Step 3 Set the interval between uploads. Press Select to complete the schedule setup. You can abort an upload in progress by using the Stop FTP Put command in the Activity menu (see section 7. • To enable WiFi upload. you then need to enter the WiFi upload menu and make the appropriate selection: 126 . • To make use of WiFi for logfile upload. 14. the upload will start immediately. the choice “Auto connect” becomes available. otherwise it will start at the scheduled time.4. navigate to Menu → Settings → Connectivity → WiFi. After connecting. The protocol used is FTP in this case as well. it is possible to perform logfile upload over a WiFi access point if one is available. and press Options → Connect.7). the files that were not transferred will be included in the next upload. select the WiFi network you want to connect to. WiFi Upload As an alternative to uploading via the cellular network. If you chose Now in Step 1. None means that only a single upload will be performed.TEMS Pocket 7. If you abort an upload. Choosing that option causes the phone to connect automatically to this WiFi access point on future occasions.

along with any other logfiles that are stored on the storage medium. then all logfiles stored on the storage medium will be uploaded immediately at that time. one logfile upload will be performed each time a new connection to a WiFi network is made. If the phone does not have a WiFi connection. every new logfile will be uploaded over WiFi as soon as it has been recorded. but later finds a WiFi network and connects to it. Off: No logfile uploading will be done over WiFi. as long as Immediate remains selected and the WiFi connection is maintained. WiFi upload always has priority over upload via the cellular network. Once: This choice has the following effect: • If the phone has a WiFi connection when you select Once. the logfile will be uploaded immediately at that time. Logfile Menu Immediate: Selecting this does not literally trigger an upload immediately.5. • Subsequently. will take place over the cellular network.Chapter 14. however. LZT 138 0240 R2A 127 . As long as Once remains selected. A set of events is provided reporting on the progress and outcome of each upload. and you record a new logfile. See section 10.8. transferring all logfiles that are stored on the storage medium. Rather: • If the phone has a WiFi connection. In this situation. • All other uploads. a logfile upload will be performed immediately. The “Once” mechanism can for example be used to have logfiles automatically uploaded whenever you return from a drive testing session to the office and the coverage of the office WLAN.

including any remaining older files that were not produced by the command sequence currently running. The latter will be noticeable only as an “Auto. the upload over cellular is not affected.8 and appendix A.4. If a schedule for upload over cellular is in place (defined according to section 14. Like any other upload. 14.1. if the WiFi upload was for some reason aborted before all logfiles had been transferred.2.1).3.2). TEMS Pocket will switch to WiFi upload as described in section 14. but it will also continue to keep track of the timer for upload over cellular.4. Relation to Upload over Cellular Network If you initiate WiFi uploading while an upload over the cellular network is in progress. an upload over cellular will follow. Upload Fail” event with cause = “No files to upload” (see section 10.4. While logfile replay is in progress. This allows TEMS Pocket to fall back on the upload-over-cellular schedule in case the WiFi connection is lost. the only logfile uploads that can occur are ones initiated by the command sequence itself (Upload flag set in command sequence settings: see section 15. 128 . no logfile uploads can occur. an upload governed by a command sequence will transfer all logfiles stored in the logfile folder.4. the upload over cellular will take care of transferring the remaining files.TEMS Pocket 7. after each WiFi upload. WiFi uploading will take precedence. as pointed out in section 14.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 14. Conflicts with Other TEMS Pocket Functions While a command sequence is executing. However.2).5. and you set “WiFi upload” to Immediate.2. On the other hand. provided that the WiFi upload completed normally. If upload over cellular and WiFi upload are both set to Immediate.

a If compression is turned on.gz” in each file. (It is possible to abort an upload at any time. Compressed logfiles receive the extension .LZZ.) It should be pointed out that compression of large logfiles takes considerable time and that all logfiles to be uploaded in the same batch are compressed before any uploading begins. Logfile Menu 14.LZZ” by “. (Replaying TEMS Pocket logfiles in TEMS Investigation currently requires the logfiles to be unpacked. for example using gzip. it will take place regardless of the upload bearer chosen and the upload settings made (see sections 14. this is a TEMS-specific extension recognized by the automated logfile handling in TEMS Presentation. However: • After an automatic upload.Chapter 14. If you wish to unpack uploaded logfiles manually on the FTP server. Compress If set to On.log. for example because the FTP transfer setup in TEMS Pocket is faulty. replace “. then the logfiles will remain compressed and included in the first subsequent upload that succeeds.5. • a. the original logfile will remain on the phone.4).3 and 14. LZT 138 0240 R2A 129 .) If the FTP transfer fails. logfiles will be compressed using a Huffman coding algorithm before they are uploaded. the original uncompressed logfile (as well as the compressed version) will be deleted from the phone file system.7). After a manual upload initiated by a Start FTP command (section 7.

FTP Server Here you select a FTP server to upload logfiles to. 130 . If set to Off.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 14. the FTP server must support resume functionality.6. the upload will be resumed from the point where it was interrupted. then if a logfile upload is interrupted because the FTP connection goes down. For the function to work. Note that the Remote directory parameter must have a valid value for any server that is going to be used for logfile uploads. The servers listed are those that you define in the FTP menu (see section 13.2). 14. FTP Resume If set to On. an interrupted logfile upload will be restarted from the beginning.7.TEMS Pocket 7.

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Command Sequence Menu

15.1.

Introduction to Command Sequences

Command sequences are used to automate testing of services. The following services and tasks are supported by the command sequence function: • • • • • • Voice calls Video calls FTP data transfers (Put/Get) HTTP data transfers Video streaming Wait in idle mode

You can have the execution of a command sequence recorded automatically in a logfile. It is also possible to have that logfile uploaded automatically, over either the cellular network or WiFi, every time the sequence has completed. Cell control functions can be activated by a command sequence for the duration of the sequence. The effects of these control functions are precisely the same as when the functions are activated manually (see chapter 9). You start and stop a command sequence from the Activity menu: see section 7.9. When the command sequence is executed, its actions are performed one after another in the order they have been defined. Once started, the sequence repeats until you stop it, unless some event such a low battery condition occurs. Command sequence setups can be exported to file and imported back into the application. The setups are included in the Export settings operation (Tools menu: see section 17.4). Note: Running a command sequence for extended periods of time places a high load on the phone battery. See section 21.3 for advice on how to ensure that the battery is not drained.

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Defining Command Sequences

In this menu you define the contents of command sequences. Up to ten sequences can be defined. At the outset they are simply numbered from 1 to 10 in the user interface; you get the opportunity to name the sequences while defining them (see below) • Press Edit to define a new command sequence.

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Global Command Sequence Settings
Name: Text field for naming the command sequence. Record: This option governs whether to record the execution of the command sequence in logfiles. If the option is set, a new logfile is recorded for each action that is run. Upload: If you set this to On, a logfile upload will be performed after each execution of the command sequence. If the Record option is turned off, the Upload option is disabled and grayed, and no uploads will take place. (continued on next page)

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Store logfiles with: These settings control whether logfiles recorded when running the command sequence will be saved or not. • • • • Success: Save logfiles where the measurement succeeded. Failure: Save logfiles where the measurement failed. Abort: Save logfiles where the measurement was aborted by the user. Tag: Save logfiles that are manually tagged by the user. Note: The tagging function (see section 7.5) will be enabled during command sequence execution only if you check this option. Therefore, a tagged logfile will always be saved.

The first three conditions are mutually exclusive, and they are jointly in an OR relationship with the Tag condition. For example, if you check Failure and Tag, a logfile will be saved if the measurement failed or the logfile has been tagged. GPS: This option has an effect only if “GPS connect” is set to “Manual” in the GPS menu (see section 12.2). If that is so, the option described here governs whether to make use of a GPS device. If the option is set, and no GPS is connected as the command sequence starts, TEMS Pocket will connect to the GPS for the duration of the sequence, then disconnect the GPS after the sequence has stopped. If “GPS connect” is set to “Automatic” in the GPS menu, any GPS that is present will always be connected, and the command sequence option has no effect. Actions: Select this item to define the actions the command sequence should perform. See below.

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Adding an Action to a Command Sequence
• Select <Add action> to define a new action.

Here you select the type of task to perform in the action; one of: • • • • • • Voice call Video call FTP transfer (Put or Get) HTTP Streaming Idle (wait in idle mode)

The new action is added to the sequence. • With the new action selected, press Select to configure settings for the action.

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Valid characters are: +. If a call is dropped. it is retried repeatedly as long as at least 10 s remain of the call duration..e. the phone will automatically redial mobile-originated calls that were abnormally disconnected (neither party intentionally ended the call). Redial: If this is set On. .2. LZT 138 0240 R2A 135 . Guard time: The time in seconds to spend in idle mode upon completion of the voice call. During the guard time. In case of a blocked call.Chapter 15. This works exactly the same way as manual cell control (except for the scope being limited in time). and p (for pause). Command Sequence Menu 15. #.. the time to wait before starting the next action in the sequence. for example band and/or cell lock. see chapter 9 for details. up to three retries are made. Call duration: The duration in seconds of the voice call. a.a Cell control: Here you can specify one or several cell control functions. Voice Action Settings Dial number: The number to call. provided that at least 10 s remain of the specified call duration. no logfile recording occurs. *. 0. i. 9. that will apply for the duration of the action and then be released..3.

Cell control: See section 15. *. Video Action Settings Dial number: The number to call.2.3. the phone will automatically redial mobile-originated calls that were abnormally disconnected (neither party intentionally ended the call). #. In case of a blocked call. 136 .3.a Cell control: See section 15. . Guard time: The time in seconds to spend in idle mode upon completion of the video call. i. a. the time to wait before starting the next action in the sequence.1). Select which transfer to perform...5. If a call is dropped.. i.2.e.4. 9. FTP Action Settings Transfer ID: Selecting this item takes you to a new dialog listing all FTP transfers that are currently defined in the FTP menu (see section 13.TEMS Pocket 7. 15. 0.2. and p (for pause). Valid characters are: +. Call duration: The duration in seconds of the video call.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 15. provided that at least 10 s remain of the specified call duration.e.2. Guard time: The time in seconds to spend in idle mode upon completion of the FTP session. the time to wait before starting the next action in the sequence. up to three retries are made. it is retried repeatedly as long as at least 10 s remain of the call duration. Redial: If this is set On.

e.Chapter 15. URL: The URL or IP address of the HTTP server to download from. as should pages that contain many Java scripts. Guard time: The time in seconds to spend in idle mode upon completion of the HTTP session. Very large pages should be avoided. The maximum URL length is 255 characters. Not all web pages are suitable for HTTP testing. The reason is that with such pages the browser will spend most of its time parsing HTML and stylesheets or running Java scripts instead of downloading data. Command Sequence Menu 15.6. In addition.2.3. the parsing and script execution may take such a long time that TEMS Pocket aborts the action1. HTTP Action Settings Data account: Select the data account that should be used for the HTTP session. Cell control: See section 15. or the browser may run out of memory and abort the download. LZT 138 0240 R2A 137 . i. 1. which means that the average throughput will be very low. the time to wait before starting the next action in the sequence. This is governed by an internal timeout which is not user-configurable.2.

138 .2.7. Audio: You can mute the audio from the media player during the streaming session by choosing Off here. i.2. Video: Here you select whether to show or hide the media player during the streaming session.8. 15. URL: The URL or IP address of the streaming server to download from. Guard time: The time in seconds to spend in idle mode upon completion of the streaming session. Cell control: See section 15.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 15. Data account: Select the data account that should be used for the streaming session. Streaming Action Settings Streaming sessions are conducted over RTSP using the phone’s integrated media player. The maximum URL length is 255 characters. Max time: The maximum duration of the streaming session. Idle Action Settings Duration: The length of time (in seconds) the phone should spend in idle mode. the time to wait before starting the next action in the sequence.3.e. Cell control: See section 15.2.TEMS Pocket 7.2.3.

12. Default settings for actions are saved in the phone’s internal memory. Saving Default Settings for an Action Type Pressing the “Save def. and select Move. Command Sequence Menu 15. Pre-guard and Post-guard Periods For all action types except Idle. If you press Back and return later to edit the action.10.9. the dialog will be populated with the default settings. the settings you last made remain in the dialog. and their purpose is to capture the signaling taking place in connection with service setup and termination. That is taken care of automatically. press End Move to leave it there.11. press Options. Then use the navigation key to move the action up or down in the sequence. See the example below. pre-guard and post-guard periods of fixed length (both 10 s) are inserted before and after the measurement.2. 15. LZT 138 0240 R2A 139 .” button for the action itself to be saved. The next time you define an action of the same type. select the action. Note that you do not have to press the “Save def. respectively.2. These guard periods are included in the logfile. The Assembled Command Sequence • Once you are done setting up an action. When the action has reached the desired position. Rearranging Actions in a Command Sequence • To move an action to a different position in a command sequence.2. without the need for any special user operation.2. 15. simply press Back to return to the list of actions in the command sequence. 15.” button in an action settings dialog saves the current settings as defaults for this action type.Chapter 15.

select it in the Cmd sequences dialog and press Delete. 140 . 15. then press Edit.TEMS Pocket 7. you can press the C button on the keypad.2 for all details on settings. when you return to the Cmd sequences dialog and select that sequence.13. See section 15.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 15.3.4. 15.2. Pressing View displays an overview of the selected command sequence in the format shown below.9. Running Command Sequences Command sequences are run from the Activity menu. To edit a command sequence. You will be prompted to confirm removal of the command sequence. 15.5. • Deleting Command Sequences To delete a command sequence. you can press the C button on the keypad. See section 7. the middle soft button will read “View” instead of “Edit”. You will be prompted to confirm removal of the action. and select Delete. select the action. Alternatively. Viewing and Editing Command Sequences Once you have defined a command sequence. select it and press View to access the overview screen. Deleting an Action from a Command Sequence • To delete an action from a command sequence. Alternatively. press Options.

3). you cannot stop the logfile recording manually from the Activity menu (see section 7. FTP: Logfile recording starts automatically at the beginning of an FTP testing session (initiated by the Start FTP command in the Activity menu: see section 7. Streaming: Logfile recording starts automatically at the beginning of a streaming session (initiated by the user clicking a streaming video link or selecting a bookmark containing such a link) and stops at the end of that session.Chapter 16. Video: Logfile recording starts automatically at the start of a video call and stops at the end of that call. Startup: Logfile recording starts automatically when the phone is powered on and continues until it is powered off. This mode of measurement is referred to as passive mode. LZT 138 0240 R2A 141 . Passive Measurement Menu 16. since the measurement is triggered by user actions in the regular phone interface rather than being initiated actively by TEMS Pocket.) HTTP: Logfile recording starts automatically at the beginning of an HTTP session (initiated by the user launching the web browser) and stops at the end of that session. Voice: Logfile recording starts automatically at the start of a voice call and stops at the end of that call.7) and stops at the end of that session. Below it is indicated when the passive measurement terminates. With the exception of passive measurements triggered by the Startup option. Passive Measurement Menu You can configure logfile recording to start and stop automatically in certain situations. (Recording is not triggered by uploading logfiles via FTP.

Note: The tagging function (see section 7. If this option is set. GPS: This option governs whether to capture positioning data from a GPS device (see chapter 12). Press Unmark to uncheck an action type that is currently checked. Failure: Save logfiles where the measurement failed. TEMS Pocket will connect to the GPS for the duration of the measurement. no information on what URLs are visited appears in the Session Reports recorded in logfiles. For example. if you check Failure and Tag. the measurement is terminated. Therefore.1 below. the GPS will be disconnected again. – – – – Success: Save logfiles where the measurement succeeded. • This setting is provided for all actions except Startup: • Store logfiles with: These settings control whether logfiles recorded during passive measurement will be saved or not. a tagged logfile will always be saved.TEMS Pocket 7. Abort: Save logfiles where the measurement was aborted by the user. This setting is provided for HTTP and streaming: • Privacy: If you set this to On. See section 16. When the passive measurement has stopped.1. and they are jointly in an OR relationship with the Tag condition. • Passive Measurement Action Settings These settings are provided for all actions: Duration: Specify the maximum duration (in seconds) of the passive measurement. 142 . 16. Tag: Save logfiles that are manually tagged by the user. Select an action type and press Edit to configure settings for that action type. The call or session itself continues undisturbed. The first three conditions are mutually exclusive.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual • • • Press Mark to check an action type. a logfile will be saved if the measurement failed or the logfile has been tagged.5) will be enabled during passive measurement only if you check this option. and no GPS is connected as the passive measurement is triggered. If the call or session progresses beyond this point.

first served” principle just explained. 16. Passive Measurement Menu 16. This is because in the MO case. The streaming service will thus never be in a position to trigger measurement. Notes on Message Buffering Pre-guard Period If at least one of the options other than Startup is checked in the “Passive measurement” dialog. and that measurement will continue until the same service is taken down.1. This is because the only way for the phone user to start a streaming session is from the web browser (by selecting a bookmark or by clicking a streaming link on a web page). LZT 138 0240 R2A 143 . Only then will any notice be taken of the use of other services: the next service started after that point will trigger another passive measurement. but only after a certain delay (the exact details being service-specific). first served” basis.Chapter 16. The buffering makes the logfile more complete not only for mobile-terminated (MT) but also for mobile-originated (MO) calls and data sessions. In TEMS Pocket the length of the pre-guard cannot be customized. 16. the file will capture as much as possible of the signaling leading up to the establishment of the call or data session. This is to ensure that when passive measurement is triggered. because of the “first come. you need to deselect HTTP. To conduct streaming measurements. the recording does not begin instantly as the user initiates the service from the phone keypad. One special limitation needs to be mentioned: If you want to make passive measurements for streaming. you cannot also have HTTP selected as a trigger of passive measurements. The arrangement thus serves the same purpose as the preguard period set in TEMS Automatic work order actions.3.2. that occurrence will trigger passive measurement for HTTP. the exact period of time spanned by the message buffering depends on the amount of signaling that has occurred. Prioritization of Passive Measurements Passive measurements are conducted on a “first come. Selecting the Startup option does not trigger buffering of messages.3. and so on. and as soon as the web browser is launched. This means that (leaving aside the Startup option) the first service that is started will trigger a measurement. then the phone will continuously maintain a buffer holding the most recent signaling (up to 10 seconds’ worth of it).

Exception: The above does not apply to the Startup option and power-off. Post-guard Period When the trigger condition for stopping a passive measurement action is satisfied. 144 .3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Message buffering is furthermore associated with passive measurement only. but if you record a logfile manually (see section 7. The buffer will be kept up-to-date whenever passive measurement actions are selected as described above.3. The purpose of the post-guard period is to capture signaling taking place in connection with termination of the service. 16.TEMS Pocket 7.2.3). a post-guard time of 10 seconds is added before the recording is stopped and the logfile closed. the buffer contents are not logged.

Line 3: TEMS Pocket version. It is made up of • • • Type Approval Code (6 digits) Final Assembly Code (2 digits) Serial Number (6 + 1 digits) LZT 138 0240 R2A 145 . Tools Menu In this menu are collected miscellaneous functions and information.1.Chapter 17. 17. It is made up of • • • Country Code (3 digits) Network Code (2 digits) Identification Number (at most 10 digits) IMEI: International Mobile Equipment Identity of the phone. Tools Menu 17. Lines 4–5 IMSI: International Mobile Subscriber Identity of the SIM card used. About Screen Lines 1–2: Name of TEMS Pocket product package and options installed.

and locate the files.4) can be imported into TEMS Pocket using this function. Quick Guide This is a collection of tutorials in WAP page format explaining various aspects of how TEMS Pocket works. Importing FTP settings will cause all of these data accounts to be created on the TEMS Pocket phone. Audio recordings featuring an instructor’s voice are included. Then select the storage medium where the settings files reside.3. Existing data accounts with identical name and APN will be overwritten. 17. select Import settings. Note that the import will erase all settings currently defined in the application. A message will appear warning you about this. • Leave checked all categories of settings that you want to import. Uncheck the rest.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 17.TEMS Pocket 7. 146 . Note: Be aware that FTP settings contain data account definitions.2. • From the Tools menu. using the Unmark option. Import Settings TEMS Pocket settings previously exported to files (see section 17.

• The import is then performed. overwriting all TEMS Pocket settings currently in force.Chapter 17. press Yes to continue. Tools Menu • • Press Import. The outcome of each file import operation is reported as shown below. LZT 138 0240 R2A 147 . A warning message appears.

a single export file is created. Importing Settings Files from TEMS Pocket Versions Older than 7.2). For each of the categories just mentioned. • • 17.2. Command sequence settings cannot be imported. events. FTP settings apply. and one further file is created for each command sequence defined. For command sequences.TEMS Pocket 7. except the “autostart logfile” options which will be ignored (since this functionality was replaced by the passive measurement function in TEMS Pocket 7. and passive measurement.2 and higher. except that data account settings may be insufficient since they are handled differently in older versions compared to TEMS Pocket 7. you need to verify that all data accounts referred to in the FTP server configurations are in fact defined on the phone. 148 . holding the full settings for that sequence.3.2 and higher. one file lists the default values for all action types. • To perform an export.4. After importing FTP settings from an older TEMS Pocket version. An FTP server configuration referencing a data account that is lacking on the phone is of course useless for that phone. This is because in older TEMS Pocket versions. logfiles.2 The following holds with regard to importing settings from older Sony Ericsson TEMS Pocket releases: • • Events and General settings apply in exactly the same way as settings made in TEMS Pocket 7. since the command sequence function was completely reworked in TEMS Pocket 7. it does not include an explicit data account definition. an FTP server configuration only contains a reference to a data account. Logfile settings apply. Export Settings You can export to file all user-configured settings for command sequences.1.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 17. FTP. enter the Tools menu and select Export settings. as well as everything in the General settings menu.

If you export to a folder already in existence. Managing Export Files If you perform multiple exports. provided that the phone has got one installed.1 or later cannot be imported into a TEMS Pocket 7. the settings in that folder will be overwritten. 17.2. LZT 138 0240 R2A 149 . Note: Settings exported from TEMS Pocket version 7.0 or older TEMS Pocket phone.1. Memory stick: The settings files are saved to the memory stick. the export is performed automatically. Tools Menu Phone memory: The settings files are saved to the phone memory. The same applies if you copy settings files from a PC to the TEMS Pocket phone: each set of files needs to be put in a folder of its own. • You are prompted to create a folder for the export files: After you select one of the options.4. the settings files are stored in the directory Other\Pocket\Settings.2. Regardless of the choice of storage medium. you need to create a separate folder for each set of settings files.Chapter 17.

you must also select the “Name” option under General settings → Cell presentation.1 When you select this menu item.1.6. Import Cell File You can import a cell file into TEMS Pocket in order to display cells by name (rather than by CGI) in data views.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 17. most of which is currently not used in TEMS Pocket.19. Cell files are in XML format. 4. see section 18. To have cells presented by name. See sections 4. The file format is the same as in TEMS Investigation and contains a wide range of data.TEMS Pocket 7. you are prompted to locate and select your cell file in the phone file system. 150 .5. and 4.11. 1. and relevant aspects of their syntax is described in appendix E.

See section 4. RxQual) Auto answer Choice of signal quality indicator in WCDMA Cell Id data view (RSCP or Ec/N0) The settings made here remain in force until you modify them again or reset them with the Reset All command (see section 18. one for WCDMA and one for GPRS. General Settings Menu 18.4).26. WAP Data View When you are running WAP services you can have a TEMS Pocket data view displayed at the bottom of the WAP browser.Chapter 18. General Settings Menu In this menu you specify various aspects of TEMS Pocket behavior and of the data presentation: • • • • • • • • • • Visibility of WAP data views Data view style Displaying of messages Backlight Cell Id format: decimal or hexadecimal Cell presentation: by CGI or by name Power unit: GSM units or dBm (RxLev) Full/Sub values (RxLev. Two data views are selectable.1. they are included in the Export settings operation (Tools menu: see section 17. 18.11). LZT 138 0240 R2A 151 . You can export the General settings to file.

Themed: The data views are displayed against the background specified by the theme set on the phone (main menu → Settings → Display → Theme).TEMS Pocket 7. Data View Style Default: The data views with text in black are displayed against a white background. is removed. All other messages are displayed as usual. Messages Normal: All phone messages are displayed as usual.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Choosing On activates the WAP data views. The “calling” and “incoming call” message boxes are shown. 18. For information on how to prepare the phone for WAP and getting started using the service.3. normally displayed throughout calls.2. but the message box size is shrunk to a minimum. • 152 . Minimized: Some phone messages are modified or removed in order not to disturb the inspection of TEMS Pocket data views. Specifically: • • The “call in progress” message box. 18. please consult the user manual for the phone.

General Settings Menu 18. Name: Cells are presented by name. etc. Cell Id Format Hex: LAC and CI are displayed in hexadecimal digits. Cell Presentation CGI: Cells are presented by CGI.Chapter 18.4.5. even if there is no user input. 18.6. LZT 138 0240 R2A 153 . Decimal: LAC and CI are displayed in decimal digits. Backlight Normal: The display backlight is dimmed after about 15 seconds and turned off after about 25 seconds of user inactivity. without being turned off. 1 minute. 18.: The display backlight is dimmed after about 15 seconds as usual but remains in that state for the duration selected.

154 . GSM: RxLev is displayed in GSM units.8. (Not applicable to graphs.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 18. Full: RxLev and RxQual are presented in the form of Full values.7.) 18.TEMS Pocket 7. Power Display (GSM) dBm: RxLev is displayed in dBm. Measure Mode Display (GSM) Sub: RxLev and RxQual are presented in the form of Sub values.

Chapter 18. Reset All This command restores all settings in the General settings menu to their defaults. which means that it will automatically answer every incoming call and play prerecorded speech sentences for the purpose of audio quality measurement (AQM). If MRU (Mobile Receiving Unit) software is installed on the TEMS Pocket phone. General Settings Menu 18. If the call is not disconnected by the AQM module within one hour.11. LZT 138 0240 R2A 155 . Auto Answer On: The phone will automatically answer an incoming call (after a period of time equivalent to two standard ring signals). a third option “MRU replay” appears here. Selecting that option causes the phone to start functioning as an MRU. AQM calls are normally disconnected by the AQM module used in TEMS Automatic or TEMS Investigation.10. Off: No automatic answering of calls. 18. page 189 for a listing of the default settings.9.10): RSCP or Ec/No. WCDMA Cell Id Q-val This setting governs the choice of signal quality indicator in the WCDMA Cell Id data view (see section 4. 18. See appendix D. the MRU itself disconnects the call to protect against network malfunctions and fraud calls.

2 below. except the GPS view where GPS data can be inspected. Introduction to Scanning TEMS Pocket is capable of scanning GSM and WCDMA carriers. Select “Operational mode”.3. • • • How to set up a scan is covered in section 19. Again.1 for details. you simply make a different selection under Operational mode. Furthermore. • How to Enter Scan Mode Press the Activity key to enter the Activity menu. see section 7. with the following exceptions: • • A GPS can be connected. no scan is started automatically (even if a scanning setup has been specified on a previous occasion). To exit scan mode.4. One technology at a time can be scanned. then select Scanner. To perform scanning you put the application in a special scan mode. The view “Scanner 1. the phone-mode TEMS Pocket functions are not available in scan mode. While performing a scan. How to start and stop scanning is described in section 19. Compare section 7. the TEMS Pocket device ceases to behave like a mobile phone.1” appears. Scanning 19. A special “Scanner” view presents the results of the scanning. nor can it engage in data services.1. Logfiles can be recorded.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 19. The scanning function is wholly separate from the rest of TEMS Pocket.2. The TEMS Pocket data views shown in phone mode are not available in scan mode.TEMS Pocket 7. However. 19. it cannot make or receive calls. 156 . as described in section 19.1.

Custom list: Select this to set up your own list of ARFCNs to scan. 19. that mixing ARFCNs from different bands will affect scanning performance. Setting Up a Scan To configure scanning settings. however. • Select “Scanner menu”. 19.Chapter 19.3.1. do as follows: Press the Activity key.: Select this to scan the indicated frequency band. LZT 138 0240 R2A 157 . measuring RSSI for ARFCNs. Scanning 19.4 below. Be aware. Method 19.2. “850”. etc. This menu holds a number of submenus.3. You can scan: • • a whole GSM band. which are gone through in sections 19.3.1.2. System Here you select whether to perform GSM or WCDMA scanning.3. In that list you can mix channels from different bands.1–19. or a user-specified set of ARFCNs (“Custom list”).3. GSM Scanning Methods GSM scanning is always done in the frequency domain.3.

WCDMA Scanning Methods For WCDMA the following scanning methods are available: • • network scan of an entire WCDMA band.1. Edit Scan List If you have chosen Custom list under Method (section 19.6.3. press Add. 19. 158 . • To add a channel to the scan list.1. searching for UARFCNs where a CPICH can be detected and measuring the RSSI of these UARFCNs CPICH scan.1 and 19.2).6. If that channel number occurs on several frequency bands.3.3.2. In GSM.2.TEMS Pocket 7.2. press Options → Delete all. In WCDMA. measuring RSCP of scrambling codes (“Custom list”). up to 200 ARFCNs can be scanned.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 19. see sections 19. The scan lists will persist in memory when you exit scan mode (and in fact also when the phone is turned off). up to 12 UARFCNs can be CPICH scanned.3. GSM dialog • • WCDMA dialog Note that you can also add to the scan list by picking a channel in the Scanner view. select the channel number and press Options → Delete (or press the C button). this is where you specify the list of items to scan. To blank the scan list. you are prompted to also specify the band in order to uniquely identify the channel. You are taken to a new dialog where you enter the channel number. To remove a channel from the scan list.

This threshold should be high enough to minimize the false detection rate. where all cells will be significantly disturbed. The path Ec/N0 threshold is automatically set 2 dB lower than the cell Ec/N0 threshold. Setting the threshold too low results in a very long search time (e. The default setting is –94 dB. Valid for all WCDMA scanning. LZT 138 0240 R2A 159 . The default setting is –26 dB. reflecting a trade-off between the desire to detect all networks in operation and the wish to avoid spurious “hits”. RSSI threshold: RSSI threshold for CPICH detection. Advanced 19. several minutes at –100 dB). It should be noted that BSIC decoding is computationally costly and considerably reduces the sample rate of the scan.3.3.Chapter 19.2. Valid for network (whole-band) scanning only. Advanced GSM Settings Decode BSIC: Setting this on causes TEMS Pocket to decode the BSIC (Base Station Identity Code) whenever possible. 19.1.4. which should be suitable in most situations.3. The risk of the latter is particularly pronounced in the case of overlapping carriers. Advanced WCDMA Settings Ec/N0 threshold: Cell Ec/N0 threshold for cell detection within a detected carrier.g. Scanning 19.4.4. yet not so high that cells actually present may go undetected.

these settings cannot be accessed. If the changes made to the settings do not affect the ongoing scan (for example. A GPS can be connected just as in phone mode: the Activity menu includes a command “Connect GPS”/“Disconnect GPS”. the scan will be halted. Notes on Changing the Scan Setup It is possible to edit scanning settings while a scan is in progress. 19.5. When you start scanning. as detailed in chapter 12.1 view.1.5. *} or {9. Refer to chapter 12 for general information on using GPS units with TEMS Pocket. press Stop. However. 19.4.3. changing the GSM custom list while a GSM whole-band scan is being conducted). and a new scan according to the new settings will be started. the signal strength indicator in the top left corner of the screen will go down to zero.TEMS Pocket 7. 160 . to type “-95”. 5. • Starting and Stopping a Scan While in the Scanner 1. 5. For example. Note: GPS settings must be configured while in phone mode. press the * or # key after typing the digits. Other TEMS Pocket Functionality Available in Scan Mode Using a GPS 19. if your changes do have bearing on the current scan. press {9.8. In scan mode.5. the scan will continue uninterrupted. 19. • To stop the scan. #}. press Start.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Note: To input the minus sign. See section 7.

Logfile transfer via FTP is not available in scan mode. That is. This mode of presentation allows you to continuously monitor all channels of interest and ensures that you will not miss out on any significant signals as the radio environment changes.6./Stop logfile rec.7. so that each channel in that block is drawn separately.1) The results of any scan. Scan Presentation: Scanner View (No. 1. Once the application is in phone mode.2. Recording Logfiles Logfiles can be recorded manually in scan mode the same way as in phone mode. 19. version 2. turn to section 4. rather. version 10. See sections 7. Replay of scan data is not supported in TEMS Pocket. a “magnifying glass” feature is provided: as you scroll through the channel range.1 or later TEMS Automatic. regardless of technology and other settings. 14. it may not be possible to display every channel individually.5. version 8. The enlarged segment appears LZT 138 0240 R2A 161 . The Scanner view always fits the entire set of channels scanned (whether a band of contiguous channels or a collection of handpicked ones) into a single screen width. you can transfer scanning logfiles just like any others.3 holds true for scan mode also. a block of channels centered around your current position is enlarged. each bar will then represent a group of channels.Chapter 19.3. Insert filemark (visible while recording is in progress) What is said about manual recording in sections 7. and 14.0 or later 19. you can study your TEMS Pocket scanning logfiles by loading them into other TEMS products: • • • TEMS Investigation. are presented in a bar chart in the Scanner view.6. the following commands are available in the Activity menu: • • Start logfile rec. For a description of this view. you need to switch TEMS Pocket to phone mode before you can transfer logfiles. If the total number of scanned channels is large. To allow inspection of individual channels.0 or later TEMS Presentation. However. Scanning The “GPS” data view is accessible in scan mode.4.2 and 7.

where the user is scrolling from left to right: magnifying frame Further examples of this feature appear in subsections 19. See the sequence of screenshots below.1–19.2 below.6.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual within a sliding frame.TEMS Pocket 7. 162 .6.

GSM Scanning Presentation 19. A green bar means that BSIC has been decoded for this ARFCN. For channels out of focus. A red bar means that no BSIC has been decoded for any of the ARFCNs. For the channels in focus. these are also tabulated in the text pane at the bottom. LZT 138 0240 R2A 163 . Press the left and right navigation keys to move the magnifying frame and scroll through the frequency band.6. The center ARFCN among the channels in focus (bar with black contour) can be added to the custom scan list by pressing Options → “Add to scan list”. Within the frame. each bar may represent several ARFCNs (how many depends on the total number of channels in the band): • • • The bar height encodes the maximum RSSI in the ARFCN group.1. the following holds: • • • The bar height encodes the RSSI of the corresponding ARFCN. GSM band with first and last ARFCNs indicated Magnifying frame Channels currently in focus Channel that can be added to scan list Text pane glosses channels in focus: ARFCN BSIC (where decoded) RSSI (dBm) The magnifying frame (black with rounded corners) encloses the channels currently in focus. A red bar means that no BSIC has been decoded for this ARFCN. A green bar means that BSIC has been decoded for at least one ARFCN.1. This function lets you pick channels of particular interest and monitor only those. Scanning 19. Whole-band Scan When a frequency band is being scanned. five ARFCNs are displayed individually.Chapter 19.6. the Scanner view shows the entire frequency band.1.

Network (Whole-band) Scan WCDMA band with first and last UARFCNs Each bar represents a UARFCN where at least one CPICH has been detected. The bar height and color. have the same interpretation as for the whole-band scan.2. WCDMA Scanning Presentation 19.2. See section 19. The magnifying frame (black with rounded corners) encloses the channels currently in focus.1.1.6.6. too.1.6.TEMS Pocket 7.2. 19. Custom List Scan ARFCNs of channels with lowest and highest frequency Channels currently in focus Text pane glosses channels in focus: ARFCN BSIC (where decoded) RSSI (dBm) The set of ARFCNs scanned are sorted in order of ascending channel frequency. not by the ARFCN itself. Channel that can be added to CPICH scan Text pane glosses channels in focus: UARFCN First scrambling code decoded (if any) when this UARFCN was last scanned RSSI (dBm) 164 .6.1. It works the same way as for the whole-band scan.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 19.

All bars are colored green. UARFCN currently in focus Strongest detected scrambling codes UARFCN in focus. you can move the magnifying frame by using the left and right navigation keys. A red bar means that no scrambling code has been detected on this UARFCN.Chapter 19. and its RSSI (dBm) SC index. however.2. LZT 138 0240 R2A 165 . If more than five UARFCNs appear. • • • The bar height encodes the RSSI of the corresponding UARFCN. Use the left and right navigation keys to scroll through the UARFCNs presented. up to 12 scrambling codes are recorded.2. Press Options → “Add to scan list”. CPICH (Custom List) Scan Lowest and highest UARFCNs scanned Each bar represents one UARFCN. the strongest scrambling codes detected (up to six)1 are drawn in shades of blue on top of the UARFCN bar. For that UARFCN. A green bar means that at least one scrambling code has been detected on this UARFCN. 19.6. 1. In the above example. This function lets you pick out the UARFCNs where traffic occurs and subject these to a CPICH scan. and Ec/N0 (dB) of each detected scrambling code on the UARFCN in focus In this presentation. the frame encompasses the entire bar chart because fewer than five UARFCNs have been detected. Scanning The magnifying frame is present here just as for GSM scanning. In the logfile. The bar height encodes the UARFCN RSSI. RSCP (dBm). only one UARFCN at a time is in focus (green bar framed in black). The center UARFCN among those in focus (bar with black contour) can be added to the custom scan list. • • Select the UARFCN of interest.

even though no new samples are presented. • 19. Help not displayed • Help displayed To turn off the help function. a callout box appears describing a piece of data on the screen. and so does the logfile recording if that function is active. 19. To do this.7. Press Resume to resume updating of the scan presentation. The Built-in Help Function If you press Options and select “Toggle help”. press the C key.6. GPS View (No.6. you must first turn the screen capture function on (while in a data view) by selecting Options → Toggle capture. Use the navigation key to navigate the contents of the data view.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 19. You can now take a screenshot of the Scanner or GPS view at any time by pressing the Capture button. 1. Alternatively.9. The Capture Function You can take screenshots of data views in scan mode just as in phone mode.TEMS Pocket 7. This action simply halts the updating of the Scanner view.8.3. 19. 166 .2) The GPS data view is the same as in phone mode. the scanning itself continues without interruption. • Freezing the Scanner View To freeze the Scanner view without exiting it. press Options and choose Toggle help again. press Pause. See section 4.

where <X>-<Y> represent the data view number and <N> is a counter starting at 1.Chapter 19. see section 3. Scanning Image files are named SC<X>-<Y>_<N>.3.bmp. Other details are the same as in phone mode. LZT 138 0240 R2A 167 .

choose Options → Mark → “Mark several”.3 and 14. This command is separate from the TEMS Pocket user interface but is nonetheless a feature specific to TEMS Pocket phones. then check the files that are to be uploaded. • In the phone’s main menu. Then press Send. 14.7.4. Then choose Options → Send. a further FTP upload command is available. – To select a single logfile. Alternatively. – To select multiple logfiles. covered in sections 7.TEMS Pocket 7.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 20. Uploading TEMS Pocket Logfiles from the Phone File System Besides the TEMS Pocket internal logfile upload functions. just navigate to that file. navigate to Organiser → File manager → Other → Pocket → Pro and select the logfile(s) you want to upload. 168 . choose “Mark all” to check all files in the directory.

2. • • After a logfile has been uploaded by this method. a menu of send options now appears. if a file other than a TEMS Pocket logfile has been selected. The upload starts. see section 13. Select the FTP server you want to upload to.). Uploading TEMS Pocket Logfiles from the Phone File System • In either case. From that menu.Chapter 20. It can only be used to transfer TEMS Pocket logfiles. LZT 138 0240 R2A 169 . You are now taken to the list of FTP servers you have defined in TEMS Pocket. the Via FTP option does not appear. select “Via FTP”. it is deleted from the phone file system. (This option is not found in commercial phones.

so that the battery will eventually be drained even if the charger is connected all the time.3. 21. The USB charger which is also provided with the phone is only about one third as powerful. This situation may arise for example if the phone is more or less constantly using one service or another while at the same time having its display fully lit.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 21. Choice of Phone Charger When engaging the phone in highly power-consuming tasks. Using the Phone’s Built-in GPS You need to be aware that using the phone’s internal GPS with TEMS Pocket very considerably increases the power consumption and hence the risk that the battery charger cannot keep up.2. you should always use the regular phone charger. 21. This is a state where the battery is regarded as fully charged by the phone’s charging algorithm. The precise details need not bother us. First we need to define the end-of-charge (EoC) state for the battery. Using a TEMS Pocket Command Sequence If you are using the command sequence function in TEMS Pocket. 21. Some specific advice on battery charging related matters is given below.TEMS Pocket 7. and crucially. To understand why it is first necessary to explain how the battery charging in the Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a works. you must take special steps to ensure that the phone battery is not drained. It may in fact happen that the battery charger cannot keep up with the power consumption. Battery Charging Considerations Running several tasks in parallel on the Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a places a heavy load on the phone battery. however. which will often be vastly insufficient when running TEMS Pocket. the 170 .1.

or until the phone is power cycled. unless the battery charge is low. In the above test case. the phone will be switching frequently between idle and dedicated mode. • The latter option is the only completely safe one.Chapter 21. Battery Charging Considerations method of testing whether the EoC state has been reached is to measure the average current flowing to/from the battery over a period of time. and tests using a battery in near mint condition have shown that the battery is then drained in about 4 hours. as described in section 7. so after about 4 × 2 = 8 hours the safety timer expires and the charger is disabled.9. you have two options: • One way is to disable the command sequence for a while (before the safety timer expires) to give the phone an unbroken stretch of time in idle mode and allow the battery to reach the EoC state. the battery will be drained in a fairly short time. and then reconnect the charger. making voice calls). After that the phone runs on battery power only. if TEMS Pocket is continuously executing a command sequence (say. and a command sequence is running. To prevent this situation from arising. above 90%). but in other circumstances more time may be needed.2. This in turn means that the current to the battery will not be constant enough for the EoC state ever to be reached. Since prolonged charging of the battery increases the risk of battery failure. the phone is idle about 50% of the time. Even if the battery charge level remains high at all times (for example. and it is therefore recommended. that the length of the break required depends on the settings in the command sequence and on the general condition of the battery. suppose that the following command sequence is executed: • • • One action.) Another approach is simply to make sure you disconnect the battery charger physically from the phone (or unplug the charger from its power source) before the battery is drained. In the above case. the charging algorithm has a safety timer that disables the charger after four hours if the battery has failed to reach the EoC state within this time. If this happens. the phone will run on batteries until the charger is disconnected and reconnected. Note.3) Call duration = 15 s Guard time = 60 s The phone performs charging in idle mode only. (You must halt the command sequence manually. however. For example. the charging algorithm will never consider the battery to be fully charged. Now. LZT 138 0240 R2A 171 . an idle mode period of 15–20 minutes was required. If neither of these actions is performed. voice call (see section 15.

Support Contact Information For support in using TEMS Pocket. 172 . This free service includes e-mail notification of TEMS product launches.TEMS Pocket 7. To sign up for the TEMS on-line subscription service. version upgrades and patches. please go to the same web site and click the link “TEMS Subscription Service”. as well as on-line TEMS News.com/networktesting under the link “TEMS Sales & Support”.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 22. please contact Ascom according to the directions found at www.ascom.

1. 1 2 3 5 6 7 Automatic Upload Failure Cause Compression failed. Parameter Values This appendix lists the possible values of some parameters appearing in the views and of some event parameters. Parameter Values Appendix A. 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 95 96 97 98 99 111 T3380 Activate PDP Context Failure Cause Insufficient resources Missing or unknown APN Unknown PDP address or PDP type User authentication failed Activation rejected.2. unspecified Activation rejected by GGSN Service option not supported Requested service option not subscribed Service option temporarily out of order NSAPI already used Semantically incorrect message Invalid mandatory information Message type non-existent or not implemented Message type not compatible with the protocol state Information element non-existent or not implemented Protocol error. A. unspecified Fifth expiry of T3380 timer (MS side) A. probably due to full file system User canceled upload Destination folder is incorrect No FTP account specified for automatic upload No FTP server specified for automatic upload FTP rename failed LZT 138 0240 R2A 173 .Appendix A.

unspecified (not logged) No circuit/channel available Network out of order Temporary failure Switching equipment congestion Access information discarded Requested circuit/channel not available Resources unavailable. incorrect user name or password Data account assigned to the upload is invalid Connection failed. 1 3 6 8 16 17 18 19 21 22 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 34 38 41 42 43 44 47 49 50 55 57 58 CC Cause Unassigned (unallocated) number No route to destination Channel unacceptable Operator determined barring Normal call clearing User busy No user responding User alerting.TEMS Pocket 7.3. unspecified Quality of service unavailable Requested facility not subscribed Incoming calls barred within the CUG Bearer capability not authorized Bearer capability not presently available 174 .3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 8 9 11 12 13 14 FTP Put failed FTP Get failed FTP login failed. no answer Call rejected Number changed Pre-emption Non selected user clearing Destination out of order Invalid number format (incomplete number) Facility rejected Response to STATUS ENQUIRY Normal. FTP server not responding No files to upload A.

not combined with SDCCHs LZT 138 0240 R2A 175 .Appendix A. unspecified Interworking. not combined with SDCCHs 3 basic physical channels used for CCCH.4. not combined with SDCCHs 4 basic physical channels used for CCCH. combined with SDCCHs 2 basic physical channels used for CCCH. Parameter Values 63 65 68 69 70 79 81 87 88 91 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 111 127 Service or option not available. unspecified Invalid transaction identifier value User not member of CUG Incompatible destination Invalid transit network selection Semantically incorrect message Invalid mandatory information Message type non-existent or not implemented Message type not compatible with protocol state Information element non-existent or not implemented Conditional IE error Message not compatible with protocol state Recovery on timer expiry Protocol error. NC Comb NC2 NC3 NC4 CCCH Configuration 1 basic physical channel used for CCCH. not combined with SDCCHs 1 basic physical channel used for CCCH. unspecified A. unspecified Bearer service not implemented ACM equal to or greater than ACMmax Requested facility not implemented Only restricted digital information bearer capability is available Service or option not implemented.

25 26 36 37 38 39 T3390 Deactivate PDP Context Cause LLC or SNDCP failure Insufficient resources Regular PDP context deactivation QoS not accepted Network failure Reactivation requested Fifth expiry of T3390 timer (MS side) A. 2 3 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 20 21 GMM Cause IMSI unknown in HLR Illegal MS Illegal ME GPRS services not allowed GPRS services and non-GPRS services not allowed MS identity cannot be derived by the network Implicitly detached PLMN not allowed Location area not allowed Roaming not allowed in this location area GPRS services not allowed in this PLMN No suitable cells in location area MSC temporarily not reachable Network failure MAC failure Synch failure 176 . Half Rate A. Signalling Packet Broadcast Control Channel Packet Dedicated Traffic Channel Stand-alone Dedicated Control Channel Traffic Channel.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual A.7.TEMS Pocket 7. BCCH PBCCH PDTCH SDCCH TCH/F TCH/H Channel Type Broadcast Control Channel.6. Full Rate Traffic Channel.5.

all packetswitched paging on PPCH. SPS Mode. Gs signalling interface present Mode II: All paging on PCH. floating integers Estimated (Dead Reckoning) mode Manual Input Mode Simulator Mode Internal GPS LZT 138 0240 R2A 177 . fix valid GPS PPS Mode.8. no Gs Handling of paging in the GPRS network.9. I II III GPRS Network Mode of Operation Mode I: All paging on GPRS channels. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 32 GPS Fix Quality Fix not available or invalid GPS SPS Mode. A. fix valid Differential GPS. no Gs Mode III: All circuit-switched paging on PCH.Appendix A. unspecified A. Satellite system used in RTK Mode. System used in RTK mode with fixed integers Float RTK. fix valid Real Time Kinematic. Parameter Values 22 23 40 48–63 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 111 Congestion GSM authentication unacceptable No PDP context activated Retry upon entry into a new cell Semantically incorrect message Invalid mandatory information Message type non-existent or not implemented Message type not compatible with the protocol state Information element non-existent or not implemented Conditional IE error Message not compatible with the protocol state Protocol error.

2 3 4 5 6 11 12 13 17 22 32 33 35 38 48–63 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 111 MM Cause IMSI unknown in HLR Illegal MS IMSI unknown in VLR IMEI not accepted Illegal ME PLMN not allowed Location area not allowed Roaming not allowed in this location area Network failure Congestion Service option not supported Requested service option not subscribed Service option temporarily out of order Call cannot be identified Retry upon entry into a new cell Semantically incorrect message Invalid mandatory information Message type non-existent or not implemented Message type not compatible with the protocol state Information element non-existent or not implemented Conditional IE error Message not compatible with the protocol state Protocol error.11.11.TEMS Pocket 7. 0 1 2 3 4 PDP Context Request Parameters Delay Class Subscribed Delay class 1 Delay class 2 Delay class 3 Delay class 4 (best effort) 178 .10.1.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual A. A. unspecified A.

0 1 2 3 4 5 Reliability Class Subscribed Acknowledged GTP.000 octets/s Up to 32. Protected data Unacknowledged GTP.11. Parameter Values A.3. and RLC. LLC.11.000 octets/s Up to 256. Protected data Unacknowledged GTP and LLC.000 octets/s A. LLC.Appendix A.000 octets/s Up to 128.11. Protected data Unacknowledged GTP. and RLC. Protected data Unacknowledged GTP. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Peak Throughput Subscribed Up to 1000 octets/s Up to 2000 octets/s Up to 4000 octets/s Up to 8000 octets/s Up to 16. and RLC. Unprotected data A. 0 1 2 3 Precedence Class Subscribed High priority Normal priority Low priority A.5.2. LLC.4.11. Acknowledged RLC. Acknowledged LLC and RLC.000 octets/s Up to 64. 0 1 2 3 4 Mean Throughput Subscribed 100 octets/h 200 octets/h 500 octets/h 1000 octets/h LZT 138 0240 R2A 179 .

000. unspecified Abnormal release.000.000 octets/h 2.13.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 31 2000 octets/h 5000 octets/h 10.000.TEMS Pocket 7.000.000 octets/h 50.000 octets/h 500. timer expired 180 .000.000.000 octets/h 5.000 octets/h 100.000 octets/h 10.000 octets/h 1. unspecified Fifth expiry of T3330 timer (MS side) A.000 octets/h 50. 0 1 2 3 RR Cause Normal event Abnormal release.000 octets/h 20.12.000 octets/h 200. 3 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 96 99 100 111 T3330 Routing Area Update Failure Cause Illegal MS Illegal ME GPRS services not allowed MS identity cannot be derived by the network Implicitly detached PLMN not allowed Location area not allowed Roaming not allowed in this location area Invalid mandatory information IE non-existent or not implemented Conditional IE error Protocol error. channel unacceptable Abnormal release.000 octets/h 20.000 octets/h Best effort A.

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 RR Internal Cause Normal release Abnormal release unspecified MAX no of random access Access barred Reject from base station No cell available No ciphering key Reestablish not allowed Data link error Establish error Ciphering algorithm not implemented PS connection aborted due to CS connection PDCH release SCH timing error or timing advance out of range L2 error Message received in invalid state IRAT U2G handover failure A. timing advance out of range Channel mode unacceptable Frequency not implemented Call already cleared Semantically incorrect message Invalid mandatory information Message type non-existent or not implemented Message type not compatible with protocol state Conditional IE error No cell allocation available Protocol error.15. unspecified A. no activity on the radio path Preemptive release Handover impossible.14. Parameter Values 4 5 8 9 10 65 95 96 97 98 100 101 111 Abnormal release.Appendix A. 0 1 RRC Failure Cause Configuration unsupported Physical channel failure LZT 138 0240 R2A 181 .

3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Incompatible simultaneous reconfiguration Protocol error Compressed mode runtime error Cell update occurred Invalid configuration Configuration incomplete Unsupported measurement MBMS session already received correctly Lower priority MBMS service A.1 violation or encoding error Message type non-existent or not implemented Message not compatible with receiver state Information element value not comprehended Information element missing Message extension not comprehended A. unspecified Service option not supported Requested service option not subscribed Service option temporarily out of order NSAPI already used (not sent) Regular deactivation QoS not accepted Network failure Reactivation required 182 .17.TEMS Pocket 7. 0 1 2 3 4 5 RRC Protocol Error Cause ASN. 8 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 SM Cause Operator Determined Barring MBMS bearer capabilities insufficient for the service LLC or SNDCP failure (A/Gb mode only) Insufficient resources Missing or unknown APN Unknown PDP address or PDP type User authentication failed Activation rejected by GGSN Activation rejected.16.

Appendix A. Parameter Values 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 81 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 111 112 Feature not supported Semantic error in the TFT operation Syntactical error in the TFT operation Unknown PDP context Semantic errors in packet filter(s) Syntactical errors in packet filter(s) PDP context without TFT already activated Multicast group membership time-out Invalid transaction identifier value Semantically incorrect message Invalid mandatory information Message type non-existent or not implemented Message type not compatible with the protocol state Information element non-existent or not implemented Conditional IE error Message not compatible with the protocol state Protocol error. unspecified APN restriction value incompatible with active PDP context LZT 138 0240 R2A 183 .

1. Graphic Representation of Parameter Values This appendix describes the bar length and color coding used to visualize parameter values in data views.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Appendix B. Ec/N0 Bar length is proportional to (Value – (–25 dB)).0 ≤ x ≤ 15.0 dB)). Value = x (dB) x > 15. B.0 x < 10.0 green yellow red Color B. Value = x (dB) x > –10 –15 < x ≤ –10 x ≤ –15 green yellow red Color 184 . C/I Bar length is proportional to (Value – (–5.TEMS Pocket 7.2.0 10.

Appendix B. Value = x (dBm) x ≥ –70 –80 ≤ x < –70 –90 ≤ x < –80 –100 ≤ x < –90 x < –100 green light green yellow orange red Color LZT 138 0240 R2A 185 . RSSI Bar length is proportional to (Value – (–110 dBm)). Value = x (%) x=0 1≤x≤4 x≥5 green yellow red Color B. RLC DL/UL Throughput This is used in the Map view only (no bars). RxLev. Graphic Representation of Parameter Values B. RSCP. RLC/LLC BLER/Retransmissions Bar length is constant.3. Value = x (kbit/s) x ≥ 1000 100 ≤ x < 1000 10 ≤ x < 100 x < 10 green yellow orange red Color B.5. FER.4.

TEMS Pocket 7. Value = x x=0 1≤x≤4 x≥5 green yellow red Color B. RxQual Bar length is constant. Tx Power Bar height is proportional to (Value – (–30 dBm)).6. Value = x (dBm) x<5 5 ≤ x < 15 x ≥ 15 green yellow red Color 186 .7.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual B.

see section 10. Icons Used in TEMS Pocket Appendix C.Appendix C.4. Icons Used in TEMS Pocket Regarding icons for cellular network events. Icon GPS connected GPS disconnected GPS location found GPS location lost Logfile recording in progress Pinpointing in progress Cell control function(s) active Application of cell control function(s) failed FTP transfer started FTP transfer completed FTP transfer failed Replay in progress at normal speed Replay paused Replay stopped (end of logfile reached) Meaning LZT 138 0240 R2A 187 .

By default not shown: see section 10. 188 .8.TEMS Pocket 7.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Icon Logfile upload starteda Meaning Logfile upload completeda Logfile upload faileda a.5.

Default Settings in TEMS Pocket Menus This appendix lists the defaults for all settings editable from the Activity and Pocket menus. D. • • WCDMA Scanning Method: 2100 (I) Advanced – – Ec/N0 threshold: –26 dB RSSI threshold: –94 dBm LZT 138 0240 R2A 189 . Default Settings in TEMS Pocket Menus Appendix D.2.2.1.1.1.1.1.1. • • GSM Scanning Method: 900 Advanced – Decode BSIC: On D. • Scanner Menu (visible in scan mode only) System: GSM D.1. D.2.2.Appendix D. Active Activity Menu Operational Mode D.

• • • • Pocket Menu Cell Control Menu All locking functions are by default turned off. • • • Events Menu Event logging: Silent Event counters: On for all events Event settings: See section 10. these settings revert to their defaults when the phone is powered off and on. • • • GPS Menu GPS connect: Manual GPS device: Internal GPS time synch: Off D. Data Views Menu All views visible (including the Map view) D.6.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual D.2.2.2.2. D. • – FTP Menu FTP transfer Save file to (FTP Get): Memory stick D.TEMS Pocket 7.5 D.1.2.5. Voice codec: All codecs checked HS capability: HSPA Ignore cell barred: Off Note: Unlike settings in other menus.4. D.3.2. • Logfile Menu Save logfile to: Memory stick 190 .2.2.

2. Tag Record: On GPS: Off Call duration: 10 s Guard time: 20 s Redial: Off Cell control: Nothing turned on Call duration: 10 s Guard time: 20 s Redial: Off Cell control: Nothing turned on Guard time: 20 s Cell control: Nothing turned on Guard time: 20 s Cell control: Nothing turned on Voice settings Video settings FTP settings HTTP settings LZT 138 0240 R2A 191 . Failure. Command Sequence Menu Bear in mind that these defaults only apply until you save an action definition as a template for that action type.Appendix D. see section 15.7. Default Settings in TEMS Pocket Menus • • • • Upload logfile: Off WiFi upload: Off Compress: Off FTP resume: Off D. • Global settings – – – – • – – – – • – – – – • – – • – – Upload: On Store logfiles with: Success.10.2.

• • Tools Menu Import settings: Memory stick Export settings: Memory stick D. Passive Measurement Menu No actions (triggers) selected.8.9.2.TEMS Pocket 7.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual • Streaming settings – – – – – Guard time: 20 s Audio: On Video: Show Max time: 600 s Cell control: Nothing turned on Duration: 10 s Cell control: Nothing turned on • Idle settings – – D.2. The following defaults are set for all action types: • • • • Duration: Off GPS: Off Store logfiles with: Success.2. Failure. Tag Privacy: Off Settings for all actions except Startup: Settings for HTTP and streaming actions: D. • • • • • General Settings Menu WAP data view: On Data view style: Themed Messages: Minimized Backlight: 5 minutes Cell Id format: Hex 192 .10.

Appendix D. Default Settings in TEMS Pocket Menus • • • • • Cell presentation: CGI Power display: dBm Measure mode display: Sub Auto answer: Off WCDMA Cell Id q-val: RSCP LZT 138 0240 R2A 193 .

chapter 3. Please note that TEMS Pocket can only display characters from the Extended ASCII set. two cells each are defined for GSM and WCDMA. Cell File Format An XML cell file imported into TEMS Pocket must include the tags shown in the example below. The tag names are all self-explanatory. Characters outside that set will appear as question marks “?” in the TEMS Pocket user interface. Required Cell File Content <TEMS_CELL_EXPORT> <WCDMA> <CELL_LIST> <WCDMA_CELL> <CELLNAME SYSTEM_TYPE="WCDMA">My WCDMA Cell 1</CELLNAME> <UARFCN_DL>10787</UARFCN_DL> <SC>124</SC> <CGI> <MCC>240</MCC> <MNC_LENGTH>2</MNC_LENGTH> <MNC>5</MNC> <LAC>27</LAC> <CI>60001</CI> </CGI> </WCDMA_CELL> <WCDMA_CELL> <CELLNAME SYSTEM_TYPE="WCDMA">My WCDMA Cell 2</CELLNAME> <UARFCN_DL>10787</UARFCN_DL> <SC>23</SC> <CGI> <MCC>240</MCC> <MNC_LENGTH>2</MNC_LENGTH> <MNC>5</MNC> <LAC>27</LAC> <CI>7924</CI> </CGI> </WCDMA_CELL> 194 .TEMS Pocket 7. in this example. see TEMS Investigation 11.0 Technical Reference. This data is a subset of the XML cell file format used in TEMS Investigation.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual Appendix E.

Cell File Format </CELL_LIST> </WCDMA> <GSM> <CELL_LIST> <GSM_CELL> <CELLNAME SYSTEM_TYPE="GSM">My GSM Cell 1</CELLNAME> <CGI> <MCC>240</MCC> <MNC_LENGTH>2</MNC_LENGTH> <MNC>1</MNC> <LAC>5028</LAC> <CI>4362</CI> </CGI> <BSIC> <NCC>2</NCC> <BCC>2</BCC> </BSIC> <CHANNEL_INFO> <BCCH> <ARFCN>19</ARFCN> </BCCH> </CHANNEL_INFO> </GSM_CELL> <GSM_CELL> <CELLNAME SYSTEM_TYPE="GSM">My GSM Cell 2</CELLNAME> <CGI> <MCC>240</MCC> <MNC_LENGTH>2</MNC_LENGTH> <MNC>1</MNC> <LAC>5028</LAC> <CI>5001</CI> </CGI> <BSIC> <NCC>2</NCC> <BCC>2</BCC> </BSIC> <CHANNEL_INFO> <BCCH> <ARFCN>20</ARFCN> </BCCH> </CHANNEL_INFO> </GSM_CELL> </CELL_LIST> </GSM> </TEMS_CELL_EXPORT> LZT 138 0240 R2A 195 .Appendix E.

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49. 48. 35. 63. 45. 68 Activity key 10. 33. 66. 48. 34. 66. 74 BEP (EGPRS) 54 BEP variance (EGPRS) 54 LZT 138 0240 R2A 197 . 50. 47. 83 Activity menu 10. 50. 66.Index Index Numerics 3G symbol (at top of display) 9 A About screen 145 Activate PDP Context Failure Cause 173 active set (WCDMA) 21. 68. 74 battery charging considerations 131. 68. accessing of 96 Base Station Identity Code 45. 170 BCCH ARFCN 22. 89 altitude 30 AMR codecs (GSM) active set 59 used on downlink 59 used on uplink 59 utilization of 59 AMR codecs (WCDMA) active set 39 used on downlink 39 used on uplink 39 utilization of 39 APN 25 ARFCN 22 ARQ mode (EGPRS) 54 Auto Answer dialog 155 Automatic Repeat Request Mode (EGPRS) 54 Automatic Upload Failure Cause 173 B Backlight dialog (display backlight) 153 barred cells. 53. 83. 49. 58.

50. 68. 57. 58 graphic representation 184 C1 45. 68. 53. downlink (on transport channel) 38 block retransmission rate (GSM) 55. 69. 64. 45. 58 CC Cause 174 CC events 103 CCCH Configuration 50. 67. 74 C31 45. variance (EGPRS) 54 BLER (GSM) 55. 175 cell control functions 12. 74 capture function (taking screenshots) 7. 69. 68.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual bit error probability. 57. 58. 150 Cell Presentation dialog 153 Cell Reselection Criterion (C2) 45. 166 Carrier-to-interference ratio (C/I) 51. 76 BLER (WCDMA) 40. 35. 74 Cell Reselection Hysteresis 46. 50 bytes transferred (GSM) 55 bytes transferred (WCDMA) 40 C C value (EGPRS) 54 C/I 51. mean (EGPRS) 54 bit error probability. 67. 74 C32 45.TEMS Pocket 7. 49. 76 block retransmission rate (WCDMA) 40. 48 presentation in dedicated/connected mode 7 cell name presentation 1. 63. 84 Cell Control menu 91 default settings in 190 cell file format of 194 importing 150 Cell Id Format dialog 153 Cell Identity 23. 66. 70. 47. 70 BLER Target. 54. 74 C2 45. 47. 64. 70. 15. 74 BS-PA-MFRMS 46. 47 cell selection and reselection parameters 36 channel coding scheme (GPRS) on downlink 54 198 . 67. 67. 54. 34. 91 icon for 9. 62 BS-AG-BLKS-RES 50 BSIC 22. 67. 61. 68. 62. 48.

176 channelization codes on HS-SCCH. 39. 48 presentation format 153 Ciphering Mode 52 color coding of parameter values 14 Command Sequence menu 131 default settings in 191 command sequences 12. 47. 35. 140 saving default settings for an action type 139 starting and stopping 88 streaming action 138 video call action 136 viewing 140 voice call action 135 Compressed Mode 38. number of 42 charging of phone battery 170 CI 23.Index on uplink 54 Channel Mode 52 Channel Quality Indicator (HSDPA) 42 Channel Type 52. 129 Connect GPS command 87 CQI 42 D data rate (GSM channel mode) 52 data view actions 15 Data View Style dialog 152 LZT 138 0240 R2A 199 . 34. 40 compressing logfiles before upload 121. 131 adding an action to 134 battery charging considerations 170 defining 132 deleting 140 deleting an action from 140 editing 140 FTP action 136 global settings 132 HTTP action 137 Idle action 138 introduction to 131 post-guard period 139 pre-guard period 139 rearranging actions in 139 running 88.

101 resetting 102 viewing 101 event log 84. 178 Disconnect GPS command 87 Downlink Signalling Counter 50 DRX Timer Max 56 DSC (Current) 50 DSC (Max) 50 DTX rate in GSM. on downlink 51. 59 in HSUPA 43 E Ec/No 21.TEMS Pocket 7. 66. 21 Data Views menu 112 default settings in 190 DCH. 15. time using 27 Deactivate PDP Context Cause 176 default settings in TEMS Pocket menus 189 Delay Class (PDP Context Request) 25. 65 data views in text format 8. 59 in GSM.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual data views 8. on uplink 51. 9. time registered in 27 E-TFCI 43 event counters 84. 87. 97 clearing 98 details of individual events 98 200 . 14 browsing 9 categories of 9 display style 152 general properties of 14 survey of 17 taking snapshots of 7. 68 graphic representation 184 E-DPCCH/E-DPDCH retransmission rate 43 EGPRS modulation coding scheme 63 EGPRS window size 56 end-of-charge state (of phone battery) 170 EoC 170 Equivalent PLMN. 166 updating in replay mode 84 visibility of 112 with graphs 6.

102 list of 103 presentation in graphs 65 Events menu 97 default settings in 190 exiting TEMS Pocket 13 exporting TEMS Pocket settings 7. 59 graphic representation 185 filemarks. 98 enabling/disabling event logging and sound 98 event log 98 icons for 9. 1.Index viewing 97 event settings 99 modifying 100 viewing 99 events 11.5) 28 FTP menu 117 default settings in 190 FTP resume 130 FTP server address 28 FTP Server dialog 119. 59 FTP duration of FTP session 28 name of transferred file 28 selecting server to upload logfiles to 130 setting up Put and Get operations 117 specifying FTP servers 119 starting and stopping FTP sessions 87 throughput 28 total bytes transferred 29 FTP Data data view (no. 148 managing export files 149 F FER 51. inserting in logfiles 83 Frame Erasure Rate 51. direction of (UL/DL) 28 FTP Settings dialog (command sequence) 136 FTP Transfer dialog 117 Full/Sub values (for RxLev and RxQual) 154 LZT 138 0240 R2A 201 . 130 FTP session. 97.

4.4) 49 actions in 49 202 . 74 GPRS Data data view (no.3) 56 GPRS Network Mode of Operation 56. 69. 1. 67. 177 number of satellites seen 30 requirements on external GPS device 114 selecting type of GPS device 115 synchronizing phone clock with 116 time 30 using external GPS with TEMS Pocket 114 using phone’s built-in GPS with TEMS Pocket 113 using while in scan mode 160 GPS Connect dialog 114 GPS data view (no. 177 GPRS Signal Strength Threshold Criterion (C31) 45.6) 30 GPS Device dialog 115 GPS menu 113 default settings in 190 GPS Time Synch dialog 116 graphic presentation 14 graphic representation of parameter values 184 graphs 9 graphs in data views 6 GSM AMR data view (no. 4.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual G General Settings menu 151 default settings in 192 GMM Attached 26 GMM Cause 176 GMM events 106 GMM State 56 GPRS Cell Ranking Criterion (C32) 45. 4.5) 58 GSM BA List data view (no. 69. 63. 74 GPRS timeslots 53. 3. 67. 76 GPS 12 battery charging considerations 170 Bluetooth pairing 114 connect mode 114 connecting and disconnecting 87 date 30 fix quality 30.TEMS Pocket 7.2) 53 actions in 55 GPRS Info data view (no.

3) 48 actions in 49 GSM Cells data view (no. 74. 4. with graph) 74 GSM Channel Type 22 GSM Data data view (no. on-screen 14.1) 45 actions in 46 GSM Cells data view (no. 51. first retransmission 43 channelization codes on HS-SCCH. 49. 166 Home PLMN. 53. 66. 4. 3. 2. 3.Index GSM C/I Info data view (no. 5. 5. number of 42 CQI 42 HARQ processes on HS-DSCH. 22. number of 42 percentage of blocks transmitted successfully on first attempt 43 requested transport block size 42 residual block error rate 43 total number of blocks to be received 43 turning phone capability on and off 95 HSN 52 HSPA Data data view (no. time registered in 27 hopping channels 14. 47. 63. number of 42 help.1) 50 H H symbol (at top of display) 9 happy rate (HSUPA) 43 HARQ processes on HS-DSCH. 68.2) 47 actions in 48 GSM Cell Name data view (no.7. 45.8) 42 HSUPA DTX rate 43 E-DPCCH/E-DPDCH retransmission rate 43 E-TFCI 43 happy rate 43 Serving Grant Index 43 transport block size on E-DCH 43 HTTP Settings dialog (command sequence) 137 LZT 138 0240 R2A 203 . 3.4) 57 GSM Cell Id data view (no. 76 Hopping Sequence Number 52 HS Capability dialog 95 HSDPA actual transport block size 42 block error rate.8) 76 GSM Serving Cell data view (no. 58.

34. 35. 46. 94 Lock WCDMA cell 24. 64 LLC window size 56 Location Area Code 23. 94 204 . 47 Location Area properties 34. 35. 34. representation of 14 L LAC 23. 48. 74 Lock ARFCN GSM dialog 93 Lock Band GSM dialog 93 Lock Band WCDMA dialog 93 Lock Cell WCDMA dialog 92 Lock GSM band 94 Lock GSM cell 24. 94 Lock to RAT 94 GSM only setting in phone menu 92 Lock to RAT dialog 91 Lock UARFCN 24. 47 last registered 26 presentation format 153 language support 13 latitude 30 LLC data transfer performance (GSM) 55.TEMS Pocket 7. 33. 93.3 for Sony Ericsson W995 and W995a – User’s Manual I icons for cell control functions 91 for events 102 for logfile recording 84 listing of all icons used in TEMS Pocket 187 Idle mode time spent in (GSM) 27 time spent in (WCDMA) 27 Idle Settings dialog (command sequence) 138 Ignore Cell Barred dialog 96 IMEI 145 importing TEMS Pocket settings 7. 146 from previous TEMS Pocket versions 148 IMSI 145 indoor positioning by pinpointing 78 Insert Filemark command 83 interplay between locking functions 94 Inter-RAT events 107 invalid parameters. 33. 49.

10. 179 Measure Mode Display dialog (GSM) 154 memory low memory condition 11. 50. 53. 78 assigning geographical position to map image 82 color-coding of route markers 79 loading map image into 78 zoom level 79 MCC 23 last registered 26 Mean Throughput (PDP Context Request) 25. 84. 141 icon for 9 in scan mode 161 starting/stopping manual recording 84 where to save files 123 logfile replay 11. 133. 58. 121 automatic triggering of 121. 122 saving of 1. 142 Logical Channel 45. 121 controlling 85 status icons for 9 logfile uploading over the cellular network 123 from phone file system 168 setting a schedule for 125 logfile uploading over WiFi 126 logfile uploading. 49. resumption after loss of FTP connection 6. 63. 121. 123. 149 menus 10 default settings in 189 messages (displaying of) 152 Messages dialog 152 LZT 138 0240 R2A 205 . 47. 74 longitude 30 M MAIO 52 Map view 6. 118. 130 logfiles naming of 2. 84 memory sticks 12. 68. 51. 66.Index locking functions comparison with TEMS Investigation 94 interplay between 94 Logfile menu 121 default settings in 190 logfile recording 11. 124.

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MM Cause 178 MM events 104 MM/GMM data view (no. 1.3) 26 MNC 23 last registered 26 Mobile Allocation Index Offset 52 Mobile Country Code 23 Mobile Network Code 23 modulation coding scheme on downlink (EGPRS) 63 modulation coding scheme on uplink (EGPRS) 63 modulation method on downlink (GPRS/EGPRS) 54 modulation method on uplink (GPRS/EGPRS) 54 MRU 2, 155 MS-TXPWR-MAX-CCH 46, 47

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naming of logfiles 122 Neighbor Cell BCCH 46, 47, 48, 74 neighbors (GSM) 22, 46, 47, 48, 49, 74 Network Mode of Operation 56 NMO 56 No Service mode, time spent in 27 NSAPI 25

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Operational Mode 83 default 189 overview of TEMS Pocket 8

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Packet Dedicated Traffic Channel 51, 53, 58, 63, 76 Packet Final Block Timer 56 Packet TMSI 26 Packet Uplink Assignment Timer 56 parameter values 173 Passive Measurement menu 141 default settings in 192 passive measurements 141 action settings 142 message buffering for 143 prioritization of 143 Pathloss (WCDMA) 21, 33, 66, 68, 71, 73 Pathloss Criterion (C1) 45, 67, 68, 74 PDCH, time using 27

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PDP address (IPv4) 25 PDP Context data view (no. 1.2) 25 PDP Context Request parameters 178 PDTCH 51, 53, 57, 58, 63, 76 Peak Throughput (PDP Context Request) 25, 179 phone charger, choice of 170 phone mode 8, 83 pinpointing 6, 12, 78, 79 starting 80 stopping 81 Pocket menu 11, 88, 89 positioning by GPS 12 by pinpointing 12 post-guard period 139 for passive measurements 144 Power Control Algorithm 38, 39, 40 Power Control Step Size 38, 39, 40 Power Display dialog (GSM) 154 Precedence Class (PDP Context Request) 25, 179 pre-guard period 139 for passive measurements 143 Progress data view (no. 1.8) 31 PTMSI 26

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QAM, usage of in HSDPA 42 Quick guide 146

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RAC 22 last registered 26 RACo 45, 67, 68, 74 Radio Link Timeout 51 Radio Network Controller ID 23 RAT, current 22 Receive Bit Error Rate 51, 59 Reliability Class (PDP Context Request) 25, 179 replaying logfiles 84 controlling the replay 85 status icons for 86 Reset All command (General settings menu) 155 Reset Control Settings command 96

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resetting all General settings 155 resetting cell control settings 96 resumption of logfile upload 130 RLC data transfer performance (WCDMA) 40, 61 RLC/LLC BLER/retransmissions, graphic representation 185 RLC/MAC data transfer performance (GSM) 55, 64, 70, 76 presented in graph 70, 77 RLT 51 RNC ID 23 Roaming PLMN, time registered in 27 Routing Area Code 22 Routing Area Color 45, 67, 68, 74 Routing Area properties 34, 46, 74 Routing Area Update Failure Cause 180 RR Cause 180 RR events 108 RR Internal Cause 181 RRC events 109 RRC Failure Cause 181 RRC parameters 37 RRC Protocol Error Cause 182 RRC State 38, 39, 40 RSCP 21, 33, 34, 66, 68, 71, 73 graphic representation 185 presented in graph 67, 69, 71, 73 RSSI 61 graphic representation 185 RxLev 22, 45, 47, 49, 50, 53, 58, 63, 66, 67, 68, 74 Full/Sub values 154 graphic representation 185 presentation format 154 presented in graph 69, 75 RxQual 51, 59 Full/Sub values 154 graphic representation 186

S
Save Logfile To dialog 123 scan mode 8, 12, 83, 156 entering 156 Scanner data view 161 freezing 166

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scanning 8, 12, 156 Decode BSIC setting (GSM) 159 Ec/N0 threshold setting (WCDMA) 159 freezing the presentation 166 GSM custom list scan 157 GSM whole-band scan 157 Method setting 157 presentation of 161 GSM, custom list 164 GSM, whole band 163 WCDMA, CPICH scan (custom list) 165 WCDMA, network scan (whole band) 164 recording logfiles with scan data 161 RSSI threshold setting (WCDMA) 159 setting up a custom list of channels 158 setting up a scan 157 starting and stopping a scan 160 System setting (selection of cellular technology) 157 using a GPS 160 WCDMA CPICH scan 158 WCDMA network scan 158 scheduling logfile uploads 125 Scrambling Code 21, 22, 33, 34, 35, 66, 68, 71, 73 SDCCH 51, 53, 58, 63, 76 serving cell (GSM) 22, 45, 47, 48, 49, 50, 74 serving cell (WCDMA/GSM, always shown at bottom of display) 22 Serving Cell Barred 46, 47 Serving Cell BCCH 53, 58, 63 Serving Grant Index 43 Session events 110 SIB 3 36 SIB 5 36 SIR 38, 39, 40, 61, 72 presented in graph 72 SIR Target 38, 39, 40, 61, 72 presented in graph 72 SM Cause 182 SM events 105 snapshots of data views, taking 7, 15, 166 Sony Ericsson C905/C905a 5 Sony Ericsson W995 2 Sony Ericsson W995 EDGE 3

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Sony Ericsson W995a 2 speech codec (WCDMA) 39 speed 30 Stand-alone Dedicated Control Channel 51, 53, 58, 63, 76 Start Command Sequence command 88 Start FTP command 87 Start Logfile Recording command 84 Start Logfile Replay command 84 Stop Command Sequence command 88 Stop FTP command 87 Stop Logfile Recording command 84 Stop Logfile Replay command 84 Stop Logfile Upload command 87 storage medium, choice of 12 Streaming Settings dialog (command sequence) 138 Subchannel Number 52 support contact information 172 System Information Block 3 36 System Information Block 5 36

T
T3168 timer start value 56 T3192 timer start value 56 T3212 timer current value 26 T3212 timer max value 26 T3314 timer current value 56 T3314 timer start value 56 Tag Logfile command 86 TCH 51, 53, 57, 58, 63, 76 time using 27 Temporary Logical Link Identifier 26 Temporary Mobile Subscriber Identity 26 TEMS Automatic 113, 116, 121 TEMS Discovery 121 TEMS Investigation 11, 84, 85, 94, 113, 121 TEMS Pocket product package 145 TEMS Pocket version 145 TEMS Presentation 11, 84, 113, 121 throughput (GSM) 55, 64, 70, 76 presented in graph 70, 77 throughput (WCDMA) 40, 44, 61, 62, 70 presented in graph 70

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Time Log data view (no. 1.4) 27 actions in 27 Timeslot Number 51, 58 timeslots used by GPRS 53, 63, 76 Timing Advance 51, 59 TLLI 26 TMSI 26 Tools menu 145 default settings in 192 Traffic Channel 51, 53, 58, 63, 76 time using 27 Traffic Channel Type 53, 58, 76 transport block size on E-DCH (HSUPA) 43 transport channels configuration of 38 data transfer performance (WCDMA) 40, 62, 70 presented in graph 70 direction 38 downlink BLER target 38 identity 38 maximum bit rate on 38 type 38 turning TEMS Pocket off 13 Tx Power 38, 39, 40, 51, 58, 61, 72 graphic representation 186

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UARFCN 21, 22, 33, 34, 35, 61, 66, 68, 71, 73 UE Transmit Power 38, 39, 40, 51, 58, 61, 72 Upload Logfile dialog 123 UTRA Carrier RSSI 22 presented in graph 71

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Video Settings dialog (command sequence) 136 Voice Codec dialog 95 voice codecs 52 setting preferred 95 Voice Settings dialog (command sequence) 135

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W/G Cells data view (no. 1.1, in text format) 21 actions in 24 W/G Cells data view (no. 5.2, with graph) 68

LZT 138 0240 R2A

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W/G Data data view (no. 5.3) 70 W/G Serving RSSI data view (no. 5.1) 66 WAP browser data views 60 GPRS view 63 visibility of 151 WCDMA view 61 WAP Data View dialog 151 WCDMA AMR data view (no. 2.6) 39 WCDMA C. Name data view (no. 2.3) 35 actions in 35 WCDMA Cell Id data view (no. 2.2) 34 actions in 34 WCDMA Cell Id Q-val dialog 155 WCDMA Cell Type 21, 33, 34, 66, 68, 71, 73 WCDMA Cells data view (no. 2.1, in text format) 33 actions in 33 WCDMA Cells data view (no. 5.6, with graph) 73 WCDMA Channel data view (no. 2.5) 38 WCDMA Data data view (no. 2.7) 40 actions in 41 WCDMA Serv. Cell data view (no. 2.4) 36 WCDMA Serving data view (no. 5.4) 71 WCDMA SIR data view (no. 5.5) 72 what was new in TEMS Pocket 7.0 5 what was new in TEMS Pocket 7.2 2 what’s new in this version of TEMS Pocket 1 WiFi, logfile uploading over 126

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