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TEMS™ Investigation 9.

Getting Started Manual


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Contents

Contents

1. Introduction 1
1.1. What Is the Getting Started Manual? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
1.2. What’s in This Manual (and What’s Not) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
1.3. Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

2. Product Packaging 5
2.1. Base Packages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2.2. Analysis Packages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
2.3. Further Licensing Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
2.3.1. Licensing for External Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
2.3.2. Licensing for AQM (PESQ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
2.3.3. Network (Floating) Licenses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
2.4. Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

3. Configuring the PC for TEMS Investigation


Data Collection 9
3.1. Advanced Power Management (APM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
3.2. Automatic Updating of Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
3.3. AutoPlay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
3.4. Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
3.5. Documents/My Documents Folder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
3.6. Intel SpeedStep. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
3.7. IR Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
3.8. Port-scanning Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
3.9. RTP (UDP) Ports for Video Streaming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
3.10. Screen Savers and Energy Saving Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
3.11. Security Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
3.12. USB Legacy Support. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
3.13. Windows Firewall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

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3.14. Windows Media Player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12


3.15. Windows Power Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
3.16. Windows Vista Specific Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
3.16.1. Aero Glass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
3.16.2. IPv6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
3.16.3. UAC (User Access Control) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3.17. Windows XP Specific Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3.18. WLAN (IEEE 802.11) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

4. External Equipment 14
4.1. Connectable Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
4.1.1. Phones and Data Cards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
4.1.1.1. UMTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
4.1.1.2. CDMA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
4.1.2. AQM Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
4.1.3. Scanners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
4.1.3.1. UMTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
4.1.3.2. CDMA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
4.1.3.3. WiMAX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
4.1.4. GPS Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
4.2. Capabilities of Phones and Data Cards Sold with TEMS
Investigation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
4.3. Basic Configuration of Phones and Data Cards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
4.4. Cables to Use with Phones. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
4.5. Connecting External Antennas to Phones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
4.6. Scanners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
4.6.1. Anritsu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
4.6.2. PCTel: General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
4.6.3. PCTel SeeGull LX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
4.6.4. PCTel SeeGull EX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
4.7. GPS Units: Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

5. Installing TEMS Investigation 25


5.1. PC Hardware and Software Requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
5.1.1. Hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
5.1.2. Virtual Memory. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
5.1.3. Operating System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
5.1.4. Software. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
5.2. Other Hardware Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

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5.3. Installing TEMS Investigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28


5.4. Installing HASP License Software. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
5.5. Installation of Drivers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
5.5.1. Installation of USB Driver for Phones. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
5.5.2. Installation of USB Driver for PCTel SeeGull LX MM2. . . . . 30
5.5.3. Installation of USB Driver for PCTel SeeGull EX . . . . . . . . . 30
5.5.4. Installation of USB Driver for Anritsu ML8740/ML8741 . . . . 31
5.5.5. Installation of USB Driver for GPS Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
5.5.6. Installation of Driver for USB-to-RS232 Serial Converter
in Equipment Cases/Backpack. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
5.5.7. Installation of Drivers for AQM Module. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
5.5.8. General Advice on Driver Installation for AQM Equipment
Case/Backpack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
5.6. Uninstalling TEMS Investigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

6. Installing the Call Generator 33

7. Licensing 34
7.1. Licensing Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
7.2. Route Analysis License Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
7.3. Data Collection License Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
7.4. Driver for Hardware Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
7.5. The HASP HL SRM Key Reader. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

8. Configuring the PC and Phones for Data


Services 36
8.1. Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
8.2. Creating a Data Account . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
8.3. USB Drivers for Phones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
8.4. Configuring Dial-up Networking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
8.4.1. Dial-up Networking Configuration in Windows Vista . . . . . . 37
8.4.2. Dial-up Networking Configuration in Windows XP . . . . . . . . 39
8.5. Setting Up the APN for the Phone (UMTS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
8.6. Testing Circuit-switched Data Services with UEs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
8.6.1. Testing Circuit-switched by Placing Video Calls . . . . . . . . . 42

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9. Configuring the PC for Use with a DRT Scanner 43


9.1. Direct Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
9.2. Local Area Network Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
9.3. Verifying the Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
9.4. Scanner Antenna Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

10. Connecting External Equipment 45

11. Cell Data and Maps 46

12. Configuring the PC for Python Script


Processing 47

13. Miscellaneous 48
13.1. Configuring the Motorola E1000 for Inter-frequency Handover
and GSM-to-UTRAN Handover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

14. Support Contact Information 50

Index 51

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Chapter 1. Introduction

1. Introduction

Thank you for choosing TEMS Investigation 9.0 – the leading air-interface
test tool for wireless networks. TEMS Investigation represents Ericsson’s
continuing commitment to Making Wireless Better.
We at Ericsson are confident that TEMS Investigation will satisfy all your
measurement needs and that it will become an indispensable tool in your
daily work.

1.1. What Is the Getting Started Manual?


The Getting Started Manual deals with preliminaries that you must work
through before you can start using TEMS Investigation, such as configuring
your computer and phones. The manual also covers the installation of TEMS
Investigation itself.
Most of the procedures described here only have to be performed once, or
when you are exchanging pieces of hardware.
The other manuals delivered with the product (Data Collection User’s
Manual, Route Analysis User’s Manual, Information Elements and Events)
concentrate on how to operate the TEMS Investigation software once you
have it installed and all your hardware is ready for use. These manuals are
what you will probably be referring to most of the time once you have gotten
started.

1.2. What’s in This Manual (and What’s Not)

Main Topics
• Contents of TEMS Investigation product packages: chapter 2
• Configuring the PC for TEMS Investigation: chapter 3
• Connectable external devices: chapter 4
• PC hardware and software requirements: section 5.1

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• Installing the TEMS Investigation software: section 5.3


• Installing the Call Generator: chapter 6
• Licensing: chapter 7
• Configuring Dial-up Networking and phones for data services: chapter 8
• Configuring the PC for use with a DRT scanner: chapter 9

Cell Information and Maps


The following tasks may also be regarded as preliminary ones:
• Importing network cell information
• Importing map files
These procedures, however, are not covered here but in the User’s Manuals,
since they are handled from within the TEMS Investigation software
applications. Chapter 11 gives the appropriate references.

Equipment Cases
The TEMS equipment cases, designed to accommodate phones and other
equipment during drive tests, are not covered here but have their own
manuals. These, however, sometimes refer to TEMS Investigation
documentation.
Installation of drivers for TEMS equipment cases is explained in section 5.5.6.

TEMS Pocket
Certain Sony Ericsson phones that are connectable in TEMS Investigation
have TEMS Pocket functionality. For these phones, a separate User’s Manual
deals with the TEMS Pocket functions. However, in the Z750i, K790a, K790i,
and K800i models, the Pocket functions are disabled when the phone is
connected in TEMS Investigation. Nonetheless, it is possible to purchase
such phones with fully enabled TEMS Pocket software; see section 2.4.

Readme File, Release Note


Some technical issues not addressed in this manual are dealt with in the file
Readme.rtf in the TEMS Investigation installation folder. The same
information is reproduced in the Release Note issued with the current
release.

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FAQ
Many questions regarding TEMS Investigation are answered in the FAQ
sections found on the Web at www.ericsson.com/tems under the link “Tech
support”.

Technical Support
If you have a question about TEMS Investigation which is not answered in
any of the manuals nor in any of the other sources mentioned above, please
contact technical support. Contact information is given on the Web at
www.ericsson.com/tems, under the link “Contact TEMS”.

TEMS On-line Subscription Service


To sign up for the TEMS on-line subscription service, please go to
www.ericsson.com/tems and click the link “TEMS Subscription Service”. This
free service includes e-mail notification of TEMS product launches, version
upgrades and patches, as well as the on-line newsletter TEMS News.

1.3. Definitions
This section explains a number of central concepts in TEMS Investigation
which are frequently referred to in this manual.

Phone
The term “phone” covers both GSM phones, UMTS (WCDMA/GSM) user
equipments (UEs), and CDMA phones. When a subset is meant, a suitable
qualifier is prefixed, and/or a more precise term is used (“GSM phone”, “Sony
Ericsson GSM phone”, “Nokia UE”, “Kyocera CDMA phone”, etc.).
Some user terminals supported by TEMS Investigation are in fact data cards
rather than phones. The word “terminal” is therefore sometimes used instead
of “phone”, without any difference in meaning from the point of view of TEMS
Investigation.

Scanner
The term “scanner” denotes a device dedicated to scanning, for example a
PCTel scanner. Phones with scanning capabilities are not referred to as
scanners.

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Data Services
This term refers to services requiring a data connection (either circuit-
switched or packet-switched), as opposed to voice calls.

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Chapter 2. Product Packaging

2. Product Packaging

TEMS Investigation 9.0 is offered in two types of package: Base Packages


and Analysis Packages. Base Packages support data collection and realtime
presentation, whereas Analysis Packages do not.
For both types of package, support for an arbitrary subset of the supported
cellular technologies can be purchased. The only dependency is that
WCDMA always comes with GSM support included.
For packages that include GSM but not WCDMA, the following holds: Any
GSM data collected with equipment that is supported by the product can be
analyzed. This means that TEMS Investigation logfiles recorded with
WCDMA-capable devices can be opened and replayed, and any GSM data
contained in such files can be studied. In the RAN Tuning tool, GSM reports
(but not WCDMA reports) can be generated.

2.1. Base Packages


The following contents are part of all Base Packages:
• CD with TEMS Investigation PC software and installation application
• USB hardware key (HASP HL SRM) where the TEMS Investigation
license is stored
• USB hub, 4-port
• TEMS Investigation user documentation
• Basic support
Base Packages do not in themselves include any licenses for connecting
external devices; all of these devices require a separate license option as
detailed in section 2.3.1. Further license options are offered for collecting data
with multiple phones concurrently as well as for AQM; again, see section
2.3.1.
Within the technologies selected in the package, the Base Package license
permits loading of logfiles recorded with any equipment that is supported by
the product, as well as logfiles from a number of other sources: see the Data

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Collection User’s Manual, section 7.4. No device-specific license options are


ever required for this.

2.2. Analysis Packages


The Analysis Packages differ from the corresponding Base Packages in the
following ways:
• They do not support data collection or realtime presentation.
• They do not support loading of certain logfiles from sources other than
TEMS Investigation; see the Data Collection User’s Manual, section 7.4.
• They do not support presentation of WiMAX data.
In all other respects they are identical with the corresponding Base
Packages.
These contents are included in all Analysis Packages:
• CD with TEMS Investigation PC software and installation application
• USB hardware key (HASP HL SRM) where the TEMS Investigation
license is stored
• TEMS Investigation user documentation
The license delivered with each package is a single-user license that permits
analyzing of data collected with any equipment supported by the product (for
the cellular technologies selected).

2.3. Further Licensing Options


See chapter 7, page 34 about how the licensing applies in practice.

2.3.1. Licensing for External Devices


A separate license option is required for connecting each of the following
categories of equipment.
• Sony Ericsson phones (UMTS)
• Motorola phones (UMTS)
• Nokia phones (GSM-only/UMTS) without GAN or HSPA capability
• Nokia phones with GAN capability
• Nokia phones with HSPA capability

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• Qualcomm MSM6275 and MSM6280 chipset based devices


• Qualcomm MSM7200 chipset based devices
• Anritsu scanners1
• PCTel scanners
• DRT scanners
For phones and data cards, the set of license options purchased grant
permission to collect data with one device at a time, belonging to one of the
selected equipment categories. A further license option is offered for data
collection with multiple (up to eight) phones concurrently.
No restriction on the number of connectable devices applies to scanners (or
to GPS units, for which no special license is required).

2.3.2. Licensing for AQM (PESQ)


A separate license option is offered for calculating PESQ and making other
audio quality measurements using the downlink and uplink AQM modules.
The downlink AQM module is either standalone or installed in a TC-1520B
equipment case; the uplink module is housed in a Call Generator. The license
permits connecting (any number of) downlink AQM modules to the
application. All equipment required for AQM, including a cable kit and other
accessories, is sold separately.
Merging of AQM uplink data into logfiles using the Converter tool does not
require any special license.

2.3.3. Network (Floating) Licenses


Instead of fixed single-user licenses, the customer can purchase network
licenses that can be shared among multiple users. See chapter 7 regarding
the practical use and scope of network licenses.

2.4. Accessories
In addition to the standard packages and separately purchased phones and
scanners, the following optional items can be delivered:

1. This license option is not available with TEMS Investigation 9.0 and must
therefore have been purchased with some older version of the product.

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• Equipment cases (with or without AQM modules)


• GPS units
• TEMS Pocket-enabled Sony Ericsson and Nokia phones
• Laptops and pen tablets tested with TEMS Investigation 9.0
• TEMS Indoor Backpack
The TEMS Indoor Backpack contains everything (including battery pack and
serial converter) needed to operate a scanner in indoor and pedestrian
environments. It accommodates all PCTel models as well as the DRT scanner
and one or two standalone downlink AQM modules.
Please contact Ericsson for further information on the available accessories.

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Chapter 3. Configuring the PC for TEMS Investigation Data Collection

3. Configuring the PC for TEMS


Investigation Data Collection

For TEMS Investigation Data Collection to operate properly, your computer


must be appropriately configured in a variety of respects. This chapter is a
checklist that you need to go through before installing TEMS Investigation
Data Collection.
Further PC configuration, required for data service testing, is described in
chapter 8.
General third-party software requirements (none of which relate to collection
of measurement data) are listed in section 5.1.4.

Note: Please read this chapter carefully, since inappropriate PC


settings may seriously impair the performance of TEMS
Investigation Data Collection, or even render certain functions
unusable.

If you have not purchased the data collection functionality, you can skip this
chapter.

3.1. Advanced Power Management (APM)


Advanced Power Management (APM) should be disabled if possible, since it
may cause external devices to disconnect from TEMS Investigation. The
reason this can happen is that APM sometimes switches off the
communication circuits to save power. This may occur even when a phone is
connected and communicates with the PC on a regular basis. For information
on how to disable APM in BIOS, please consult the user manual for your
computer.

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3.2. Automatic Updating of Software


Software that uses an “auto update” function to receive automatic updates
from a web site over a dial-up connection should be disabled.

3.3. AutoPlay
Automatic launching of a PC application following device connect must be
avoided. Therefore, make sure that for all connected devices used with
TEMS Investigation, the AutoPlay option “Take no action” is selected.
In Windows Vista, these settings are found under Control Panel → AutoPlay.
In Windows XP, right-click each device in Explorer and select Properties →
AutoPlay tab.

3.4. Bluetooth
If Bluetooth is not needed on the PC, it should be disabled.
If a GPS unit or other equipment (keyboard, mouse, etc.) is connected to the
PC via Bluetooth, you should disable the autodetect function in TEMS
Investigation for all ports that you are not going to use in the application. See
Data Collection User’s Manual, section 6.8.4.
This is to minimize interference from Bluetooth transmissions in the cellular
network air interface.

3.5. Documents/My Documents Folder


TEMS Investigation places certain files under Documents/My Documents in a
subfolder called “TEMS Product Files”. If your [My] Documents folder is
located on a network drive, be sure to make the folder available offline before
disconnecting from the network (for example, when going drive testing).

3.6. Intel SpeedStep


If the PC is equipped with Intel’s SpeedStep technology regulating the
processor speed, choose the setting “Maximum Performance” for all types of
operation (“Plugged in”, “Running on batteries”).

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3.7. IR Port
The IR port on your PC may need to be disabled, since it may interfere with
the ordinary COM ports. Please consult the user manual for your computer
regarding how to disable the IR port.

3.8. Port-scanning Software


You should not have any software installed that periodically scans COM or
USB ports, for instance Microsoft Outlook synchronization software such as
Sony Ericsson PC Suite or Nokia PC Suite. The reason is that such software
may cause difficult connect problems in TEMS Investigation Data Collection.

3.9. RTP (UDP) Ports for Video Streaming


By default TEMS Investigation uses RTP (UDP) ports 5004–5007 for video
streaming. If you intend to accept this default setting, you must make sure
that the ports have not been reserved by some other application. You can
specify a different port usage in the Video Streaming command in a command
sequence; see the Data Collection User’s Manual, section 12.11.2.7.

3.10. Screen Savers and Energy Saving Features


You should make sure that the computer used for measurement and
recording does not go into any kind of standby mode:
• Disable the Windows screen saver under Control Panel → Display →
Screen Saver. In the same dialogs, make appropriate settings under
“Energy saving features...” so that these features are never activated
during measurement.
• Disable any other screen savers.

3.11. Security Products


Please note that hard disk encryption software, firewalls, virus scanners, and
other security products may prevent multiple RAS sessions from being
maintained concurrently, thus interfering with data service testing. Contact
your IS/IT department for assistance in these matters.

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3.12. USB Legacy Support


USB Legacy Support must be turned off in BIOS. For information on how to
do this, please consult the user manual for your computer.

3.13. Windows Firewall


The built-in software firewall in Windows Vista and Windows XP must be
disabled.

3.14. Windows Media Player


Windows Media Player and other applications that attempt to synchronize to
removable mass storage devices (such as mobile phones) must be disabled.
They may otherwise interfere with data collection.

3.15. Windows Power Management


You must disable all power management routines in Windows. For further
instructions, please consult the documentation for the variety of Windows you
are using.

3.16. Windows Vista Specific Settings

3.16.1. Aero Glass


For performance reasons, it is recommended to disable the Windows Aero
color scheme (making window frames translucent and producing other visual
effects).

3.16.2. IPv6
It is recommended to disable IPv6 for the modem of each connected device.
If this is not done, dial-ups will take considerably longer to complete.
• Open the Control Panel and select Network and Sharing Center →
Manage network connections.
• Right-click the modem and open its Properties dialog.
• Select the Networking tab.

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• Uncheck “Internet Protocol Version 6 ...”.


Alternatively, locate the registry key
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\tcpip6\
Parameters\
and set it to the value FF (meaning “Disable IPv6 over all interfaces”).
See also section 8.4.1, step 15.

3.16.3. UAC (User Access Control)


A number of TEMS Investigation related actions require that UAC (User
Access Control) be turned off:
• Data service testing. In the course of such testing, TEMS Investigation
must be able to modify Windows routing tables, but UAC if active will
prevent modifications to these tables.
• Use of the IP sniffer. See Data Collection User’s Manual section 18.7.1
and Information Elements and Events section 8.3.3.
• Editing of APN settings for Nokia phone USB modems: see section 8.5.

3.17. Windows XP Specific Settings


Visual effects and other “bells and whistles” in the Windows XP user interface
should be disabled.

3.18. WLAN (IEEE 802.11)


If WLAN is not needed on the PC, it should be disabled in order to minimize
interference from WLAN transmissions in the cellular network air interface.

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4. External Equipment

This chapter gives an overview of the external devices that can interact with
TEMS Investigation Data Collection.

4.1. Connectable Equipment


For a complete and up-to-date list of equipment connectable in this and other
TEMS products, please visit our website www.ericsson.com/tems and check
the Tech Support section.

4.1.1. Phones and Data Cards

4.1.1.1. UMTS
The following phones and data cards (supporting all of UMTS unless
otherwise stated) can be delivered with TEMS Investigation 9.0:
• Sony Ericsson Z750i
• Sony Ericsson K790a (GSM only)
• Sony Ericsson K790i (GSM only)
• Sony Ericsson K800i1
• Motorola Razr2 V9
• Nokia 6086 (GSM/GAN)
• Nokia 6120
• Nokia 6121
• Nokia N95
• Option GlobeTrotter Express HSUPA

1. Embargo countries only.

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Other Connectable UMTS Devices


• Sony Ericsson K600i
• LG CU320
• LG CU500
• LG U960
• Motorola E1000
• Motorola E1070
• Motorola M2501
• Motorola Razr Maxx V6
• Motorola Razr V3x
• Motorola Razr V3xx
• Nokia 6125 (GSM only)
• Nokia 6280
• Nokia 6680
• Nokia 7376
• Nokia N75
• Nokia N80
• Qualcomm TM6275 and other certified devices based on the Qualcomm
MSM6275 chipset (besides LG CU320 and CU500)
• Qualcomm TM6280 and other certified devices based on the Qualcomm
MSM6280 chipset
• Qualcomm TM7200 and other certified devices based on the Qualcomm
MSM7200 chipset

Other Connectable GSM Phones


• Sony Ericsson W600i
• Nokia 6230i

4.1.1.2. CDMA
Certified devices based on the following Qualcomm chipsets:
• MSM5100

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• MSM6500 (EV-DO Rev 0)


• MSM6800 (EV-DO Rev A)

4.1.2. AQM Modules


AQM modules (either standalone or mounted in a TC-1520B equipment case)
can be connected.

4.1.3. Scanners

4.1.3.1. UMTS
The following scanners can be delivered with TEMS Investigation 9.0.
Bands given below are downlink bands; WCDMA 1800 (Band III) is identical
to what is referred to in Japan as WCDMA 1700 (uplink band of Band III).
• PCTel SeeGull LX GSM 850/1900
• PCTel SeeGull LX GSM 900/1800
• PCTel SeeGull LX WCDMA 850/2100
• PCTel SeeGull LX WCDMA 850 + GSM 900/1800
• PCTel SeeGull EX WCDMA 2100 AWS (Band IV) + GSM 1900
• PCTel SeeGull EX WCDMA 2100 AWS (Band IV) + GSM 850/1900
• PCTel SeeGull EX WCDMA 2100 + GSM 900/1800
• PCTel SeeGull EX WCDMA 850/1900 + GSM 850/1900
• PCTel SeeGull EX WCDMA 900/2100 + GSM 900/1800
• PCTel SeeGull EX Mini WCDMA 2100
• PCTel SeeGull EX Mini WCDMA AWS (Band IV)
• PCTel SeeGull EX Mini WCDMA 900/2100
• PCTel SeeGull EX Mini WCDMA 850/1900

Other Connectable UMTS Scanners


• Anritsu ML8720 WCDMA 2100
• Anritsu ML8740B Area Scanner (WCDMA 2100)
• Anritsu ML8740B Second RF Option (WCDMA 2100)

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• Anritsu ML8741B Area Scanner 2100 (1 Pilot)


• Anritsu ML8741B Area Scanner 2100 (2 Pilots)
• Anritsu ML8741B Area Scanner 1800 (1 Pilot)
• Anritsu ML8741B Area Scanner 1800 (2 Pilots)
• Anritsu ML8741B Area Scanner 1800/2100 (1 + 1 Pilot)
• PCTel SeeGull LX WCDMA 850
• PCTel SeeGull LX WCDMA 900
• PCTel SeeGull LX WCDMA 1800
• PCTel SeeGull LX WCDMA 1900
• PCTel SeeGull LX WCDMA 2100
• PCTel SeeGull LX WCDMA 2100 Band IV
• PCTel SeeGull LX Plus WCDMA 2100
• PCTel SeeGull LX WCDMA 850/1900
• PCTel SeeGull LX WCDMA 1900 + GSM 850/1900
• PCTel SeeGull LX WCDMA 2100 + GSM 900/1800

4.1.3.2. CDMA
The following scanners can be delivered with TEMS Investigation 9.0:
• PCTel SeeGull LX 1x 450
• PCTel SeeGull LX EV-DO 450
• PCTel SeeGull LX 1x 800
• PCTel SeeGull LX 1x 1900
• PCTel SeeGull LX 1x 800/1900
• PCTel SeeGull LX EV-DO 800/1900
• PCTel SeeGull LX 1x 450 + EV-DO 450
• PCTel SeeGull LX 1x 800/1900 + EV-DO 800/1900

4.1.3.3. WiMAX
• DRT4301A WiMAX 2.4/2.5/3.5 GHz

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4.1.4. GPS Units


TEMS Investigation supports the NMEA-0183 GPS protocol. The GPS units
sold as accessories (Holux GPSlim 236) use NMEA.
Some other GPS units using a different protocol are also compatible with
TEMS Investigation, including the GPS built into the supported PCTel
scanners.
This is the full list of recommended GPS units:
• NMEA-0183 USB Sanav GM-44
• NMEA-0183 USB Sanav GM-158
• NMEA-0183 USB GPS BU-303
• NMEA-0183 BT-338 (Bluetooth)
• NMEA-0183 Garmin 35
• NMEA-0183 Garmin 12XL
• NMEA-0183 Garmin 10 Mobile Bluetooth
• NMEA-0183 Nokia LD-3W Bluetooth
• NMEA-HS Holux GPSlim 236 (Bluetooth or USB)
• Bosch/Blaupunkt TravelPilot
• Magnetti Marelli RoutePlanner NAV200
• Trimble Placer 455/DR (must be initialized using TAIP: see section 4.7)
For poor receiving conditions one of the products Trimble Placer, Magnetti
Marelli RoutePlanner, and Bosch/Blaupunkt TravelPilot can be
recommended, since they have dead reckoning facilities.

4.2. Capabilities of Phones and Data Cards Sold


with TEMS Investigation
This section is restricted to devices that can be delivered with TEMS
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General Capabilities

External Antenna
WCDMA 1900

WCDMA 2100
WCDMA 850
Phone/Feature

GSM 1800

GSM 1900
GSM 850

GSM 900
Sony Ericsson K790a HSDPA

Sony Ericsson K790i

Sony Ericsson Z750i

Motorola Razr2 V9 EU

Motorola Razr2 V9 US

Nokia 6086

Nokia 6120

Nokia 6121a

Nokia N95 EU

Nokia N95 US

Option GT Expr. HSUPA

a. Also supports WCDMA 900 (Band VIII).

Audio quality measurements (AQM), including PESQ, are supported by all of


the Sony Ericsson phones listed above.

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GSM Capabilities

GPRS TS EGPRS TS Frequency


Phone/Feature
DL+UL DL+UL Scanning

Sony Ericsson K790a 4+1/3+2 4+1/3+2

Sony Ericsson K790i 4+1/3+2 4+1/3+2

Sony Ericsson Z750i 4+1/3+2 4+1/3+2

Motorola Razr2 V9 4+1/3+2 4+1/3+2

Nokia 6086 4+1/3+2 4+1/3+2

Nokia 6120 4+1/3+2/2+3 5+1/4+2/3+3

Nokia 6121 5+1/4+2/3+3 5+1/4+2/3+3

Nokia N95 4+1/3+2 5+1/4+2/3+3

Option GT Express 4+1/3+2/ 4+1/3+2/


HSUPA 2+3/1+4 2+3/1+4

4.3. Basic Configuration of Phones and Data


Cards

Motorola E1000
This phone needs to be specially configured for inter-frequency and GSM-to-
UTRAN handover. The configuration is done with a software tool from
Motorola. See section 13.1. (This configuration is not needed for the newer
Motorola phones.)

Nokia Phones
The Net Monitor function in Nokia phones (if present) must be turned off.

Qualcomm Chipset Based Devices


Some commercial Qualcomm chipset derived phones and data cards may
not have diagnostics reporting enabled by default, and Ericsson is not at
liberty to distribute information on how to enable this function. Customers

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desiring to use such devices with TEMS Investigation therefore need to


contact the relevant supplier or operator in each case.

4.4. Cables to Use with Phones

Sony Ericsson Z750i


It is necessary to use the USB cable supplied with the phone (DCU-65, part
number RPM 131 12/1 R1B). Using a USB cable delivered with older phones
such as K800i and K790i/a does not work.

4.5. Connecting External Antennas to Phones


An external monopole antenna is connected to a phone by means of a
coaxial cable (and possibly an adapter) supplied with the phone.
Phone-specific details are as follows:

Sony Ericsson K790i/K790a


One antenna is delivered with the phone. To use this antenna, you must place
the phone in the phone holder (also delivered), which has an integrated
antenna connector. Remove the plastic plug at the back of the phone
covering the outlet above the camera flash. Then install the phone in the
holder and connect the antenna to the antenna connector.

4.6. Scanners

4.6.1. Anritsu
An RF antenna as well as all necessary adapters and other accessories are
included in the package.

Anritsu ML8720: Basic Configuration


The serial port baud rate must be set to 115200 in the scanner. Proceed as
follows:
• From the scanner main menu, select System Configuration, then select
Interface and Behavior.
• Set the COM1 protocol to Direct.

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• Set the COM1 baud rate to 115200.


• Set COM1 stop bit(s) to 1.
• Set COM1 data length to 8.
• Set COM1 parity to None.
• From the side menu (operated with buttons on the side of the scanner),
select OK.

Anritsu ML8720: Cable


A null modem cable must be used to connect the Anritsu ML8720 to the PC.

4.6.2. PCTel: General


Any PCTel scanner can be carried in a TEMS Indoor Backpack (see section
2.4), which includes a battery pack.
A battery pack is also obtainable as a separate add-on.

4.6.3. PCTel SeeGull LX


All PCTel SeeGull LX scanners have an RF antenna included in the package.
WCDMA scanner packages furthermore contain a GPS antenna.
MM2 scanners are equipped with a USB power cable. Dual- and single-band
scanners are powered through a serial cable.
Single-band WCDMA and CDMA scanners and dual-band GSM scanners are
delivered with a mounting kit for installation into a TC-1450 equipment case.
MM2 scanners can be mounted into a TC-1520 or TC-1520B equipment case
(where the mounting kit accompanies the case).
The following functions can be added as options for GSM-capable scanners:
• GSM C/I measurement
• GSM System Information decoding (“GSM BCCH Type 3”)
The following function can be added as an option for CDMA scanners (1x
only, not EV-DO):
• Sync Channel Timing

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4.6.4. PCTel SeeGull EX


The PCTel SeeGull EX scanner has two RF antennas included in the
package, as well as a USB cable, a power cable, and a GPS antenna. The
EX Mini has only one RF component and hence only one RF antenna.
The scanner can be mounted into a TC-1520 or TC-1520B equipment case
(where the mounting kit accompanies the case).
The following functions can be added as options:
• GSM C/I measurement (for GSM-capable scanners)
• GSM and WCDMA System Information decoding (“Layer 3 WCDMA/
GSM”).

4.7. GPS Units: Configuration


Some GPS units require configuration before they can be used with TEMS
Investigation. This section describes how to make the necessary settings.
Once you have configured the GPS as described in this section, you can
connect it in TEMS Investigation. See chapter 10.

Configuration of Trimble Placer 455/DR


When using the Trimble Placer 455/DR with TEMS Investigation, connect the
PC to the Radio port or MDT/RTCM port on the Trimble Placer. See the figure
below.

Use either of these ports to connect to the PC

GPS Radio MDT/RTCM Heading Digital Power


Antenna Sensor I/O

The Trimble Placer should be set up using the TAIP protocol.


• Use the following TAIP messages to initialize the Trimble Placer:

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>SPR;TSIP=FFF;RTCM=FFF;TAIP=TFF;NMEA=TTF<
>FPV0001000000000001;PORT=0<
>SRM;FR_FLAG=T<
>SPT4800,8,1,N<
These messages can be sent from the Windows HyperTerminal. The
messages have the following meanings:
• The SPR (Set Protocol) message sets the protocol that shall be reported
on each port (Port 0 = Radio, Port 1 = MDT/RTCM, Port 2 = Digital I/O).
• The FPV message sets the reporting interval for position/velocity
messages, in this case 1 second.
• The SRM message tells the GPS to report automatically at the scheduled
intervals. In this case, then, the FPV message will be reported
automatically once a second.
• The SPT message (Set Port Characteristics) causes the port to use these
parameter settings:
– Baud rate = 4800
– Data bits = 8
– Stop bits = 1
– Parity = No
Alternatively, the Trimble Placer can be initialized with Trimble’s GPSSK
software utility, which is downloadable from www.trimble.com. GPSSK, too,
uses the TAIP protocol.

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5. Installing TEMS Investigation

This chapter covers requirements on the PC, installation of the TEMS


Investigation software, and other installation issues.
Note that before you can run data services, you must also work through
chapters 8 and 10.

5.1. PC Hardware and Software Requirements

5.1.1. Hardware
TEMS Investigation 9.0 is designed to run on a standard PC and interfaces
with the connected devices through USB or serial ports.
If network licenses (see section 7.1) are to be used, a machine is needed to
host the license server. This machine must have at least one free USB port.

Data Collection Requirements


Processor and RAM requirements are strongly dependent on what external
devices are connected and what tasks they perform. The recommended
minimum configuration is: Pentium T7200 or AMD TL-58 class CPU,
preferably with dedicated graphics card AMD or nVidia, 1 GB RAM.
Other hardware requirements:
• One USB port for each phone 1
• One USB port for each standalone AQM module
• USB port for PCTel SeeGull LX MM2 scanner
• USB port for PCTel SeeGull EX scanner

1. Exception: The CDMA phone Samsung SCH A900 uses a serial


connection for TEMS measurements and a USB connection for data
service measurements.

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• USB port for Anritsu ML8740/ML8741 scanner


• USB port for equipment case
• USB port for HASP HL SRM hardware key
• Serial port for PCTel SeeGull LX dual-band/single-band scanner
• Serial port for Anritsu ML8720 scanner
• Data card slot for any data card user terminals
• Sound card and loudspeakers for event audio indications
• Enough disk space to accommodate temporary files created during logfile
recording and replay
Note also that during drive testing, it must be ensured that the power supply
is sufficient for the connected equipment.

Route Analysis Requirements


The Route Analysis application will run smoother the more RAM the PC has.

General Requirements
• Graphics: 1024 × 768 (SVGA) with at least 16 bit colors (High Color)

5.1.2. Virtual Memory


The virtual memory size of the PC must satisfy certain requirements.
In Windows Vista this can be left to automatic management by the OS.
In Windows XP it is necessary to set the virtual memory size manually.
Proceed as follows:
• Open the Control Panel and double-click System.
• Click the Advanced tab, then click Performance Options.
• Under Virtual Memory, click Change.
• In the Virtual Memory dialog, make sure that “Initial size” is larger than
“Recommended” and that “Maximum size” is much larger than “Initial
size”.

5.1.3. Operating System


The following operating systems are supported:

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• Windows Vista with Service Pack 1


• Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 2
• Windows XP Tablet PC Edition with Service Pack 2
Supported languages are English (U.S.), Chinese (Simplified), and Japanese.

5.1.4. Software
• Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher required for Report Generator and online
help
• Python 2.5 interpreter required for script processing of logfiles and for
conversion of CDMA cell files in TEMS Investigation CDMA CSV format
(both managed from the Converter tool). A Python interpreter is
downloadable from www.python.org/download/. When installing Python,
administrator rights are required, and UAC in Windows Vista must be
disabled. See also chapter 12, ”Configuring the PC for Python Script
Processing”.
• Microsoft Core XML Services (MSXML) 6.0 required for support of XML-
format cell files if Windows XP is used. (In Windows Vista, MSXML 6.0 is
included.)
• Microsoft DirectX 9.0c required for video streaming measurements
• For the RAN Tuning tool in Route Analysis, the following is needed:
– Microsoft Office 2007 or Microsoft Office 2003
– Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Graph (from Office
tools)
– Microsoft Access or MDAC

5.2. Other Hardware Requirements


• For audio quality measurements a Call Generator is needed. See
chapter 6.
• For video streaming measurements a streaming server is needed: Darwin
Streaming Server (version 5.5.5) or Helix Mobile Server (version 10 or
11).

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5.3. Installing TEMS Investigation


You must be administrator on the PC to be able to install TEMS Investigation.
It must also be ensured that Windows group policies and (in Windows Vista)
UAC permit installation and use of the product.
The installation is automatic. Just insert the CD and follow the on-screen
instructions.
• If the installation should not start automatically, double-click the file TEMS
Investigation 9.0.exe.
Route Analysis and Data Collection will now be installed to the directory
C:\Program Files\Ericsson\TEMS Products\TEMS Investigation. (Data
Collection is installed even if you have not purchased the data collection
functionality, since certain other functions are available anyway; see section
7.3.)
Once installed, the applications can be run by choosing Start → Programs →
Ericsson → TEMS Products.

5.4. Installing HASP License Software


Regarding licensing in general and hardware key use, see chapter 7.
The HASP HL SRM driver is installed automatically on the PC along with the
Route Analysis application. If you are going to use a local license (hardware
key plugged into the PC), you need not do anything further.
If network licenses are to be used (see section 7.1), the HASP HL SRM driver
also needs to be installed on the machine hosting the license server. This
driver is available separately, by default in the directory <TEMS Investigation
install dir>\Drivers\HASP; compare the introductory note in section 5.5.1.
(Installing the HASP HL SRM driver always installs both client and server
software.) Furthermore, depending on the network topology and license
server setup, clients may require special configuration. For both servers and
clients, HASP HL SRM is configured through a web page interface which has
the address
http://localhost:1947/_int_/devices.html
Please refer to the documentation on this web page for details on HASP
installation and configuration.

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5.5. Installation of Drivers

5.5.1. Installation of USB Driver for Phones


A USB driver needs to be installed in order to use a phone, whether for TEMS
measurements or data service testing. These drivers are specific to each
phone supplier.
USB drivers are provided for all UMTS terminals that can be purchased with
TEMS Investigation. For other UMTS terminals and for all CDMA terminals,
drivers must be obtained from the supplier.

Note: The drivers are delivered on a separate CD. You must insert this
CD manually after installing TEMS Investigation in order to copy
the drivers to your computer. By default the driver files are
extracted to <TEMS Investigation install dir>\Drivers.

The first time you plug in a phone, you will be prompted to locate its driver by
browsing to the correct directory. On your doing so the driver will be installed.
Supplier- and phone-specific details follow below.
If other drivers are already installed on the PC, make sure that the correct
driver becomes associated with the phone modem. Also make sure that you
do not install other (non-TEMS-compatible) drivers from the same supplier
later on.

Sony Ericsson Phones


When prompted, point to ...\Drivers\Sony Ericsson\<model name>.

LG Phones
When prompted, point to ...\Drivers\LG\<model name>.

Motorola Phones
Before plugging in the phone, you must run one of the MSI files found in the
directory ...\Drivers\Motorola. Which file to run depends on the PC hardware
architecture.
This installs the driver files to the directory C:\Program Files\Common
Files\Motorola Shared\MotPCSDrivers. Go to this directory and run the file

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Motorola Driver Installer.exe. After the Motorola DriverInstaller has finished,


select “Clean and Reinstall”, then click “Start”.
After plugging in the phone, when the Found New Hardware dialog appears,
select the option that allows Windows to automatically detect the drivers.

Nokia Phones
Before plugging in the phone, you must run the MSI file found in the directory
...\Drivers\Nokia. This installs the driver files to the directory C:\Program
Files\Nokia\Connectivity Cable Driver.
After plugging in the phone, point to this directory when prompted. You must
also select “PC Suite” in the menu that appears in the phone display.

Note: Standard USB drivers from Nokia should never be installed. With
such drivers it is not possible to associate the Nokia GSM phone
with two devices (“MS” and “DC”) in TEMS Investigation. Be
aware that such drivers are installed along with certain other
software products, such as the Nokia PC Suite for synchro-
nization with Microsoft Outlook.

Data Cards
This applies to all supported data cards.
Before inserting the data card, use the software application delivered with the
data card to install the requisite driver.

5.5.2. Installation of USB Driver for PCTel SeeGull LX


MM2 Scanners
PCTel SeeGull LX MM2 scanners use an Edgeport USB driver.
The first time you plug in the scanner, you will be prompted to locate its driver.
Point to the directory ...\Drivers\PCTEL\LX\MM2\Edgeport.

5.5.3. Installation of USB Driver for PCTel SeeGull EX


Scanners
PCTel SeeGull EX scanners use a PCTel-specific USB driver, found in the
directory ...\Drivers\PCTEL\EX. For instructions on how to install this driver,
see the readme document which is supplied in the same directory.

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5.5.4. Installation of USB Driver for Anritsu ML8740/


ML8741 Scanners
The first time you plug in the scanner, you will be prompted to locate its driver.
Point to the directory ...\Drivers\Anritsu.

5.5.5. Installation of USB Driver for GPS Units


This section tells how to install a USB driver for various USB GPS units
delivered with older versions of TEMS Investigation. The first time you plug in
the GPS, you will be prompted to locate its driver.

San Jose Navigation


• When prompted, point to the directory ...\Drivers\SANAV USB GPS.

SiRF Star Chipset Based USB GPS


• When prompted, point to the directory ...\Drivers\SiRF Star USB GPS.

5.5.6. Installation of Driver for USB-to-RS232 Serial


Converter in Equipment Cases/Backpack
This section applies equally to the TC-1520 (non-AQM) and TC-1520B
(AQM) equipment cases and to the TEMS Indoor Backpack. It does not apply
to older equipment cases, for which different drivers are used.
In order for the PC to detect the COM port of the USB-to-RS-232 serial
converter in the equipment case or backpack, some driver files must be
installed on the PC. These drivers are always delivered along with the case;
they are also found in the directory ...\Drivers\TEMS Case USB to RS232.
The first time you connect the case or backpack to the PC, you will be
prompted to locate the driver directory; on your doing so the driver will be
installed.

5.5.7. Installation of Drivers for AQM Module


The AQM modules, whether standalone or mounted in the TC-1520B
equipment case, need to be initialized by dedicated driver files. The AQM
module does not have any non-volatile memory, so all requisite software and
settings must be downloaded to the AQM module each time it is powered on.

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The first time you connect the case or backpack to the PC, you will be
prompted to locate the following drivers:
• When prompted the first time, point to the directory
...\Drivers\AQM\PESQ_CONFIGURATION. This driver configures filter
parameters, signal levels, and other settings for AQM.
• When prompted the second time, point to the directory
...\Drivers\AQM\PESQ_DSP. This driver contains the AQM software.

5.5.8. General Advice on Driver Installation for AQM


Equipment Case/Backpack
When preparing an TC-1520B equipment case for use, we recommend that
you proceed in the steps described below. The same advice applies to a
backpack with AQM modules installed.
• Before plugging the case into the PC, make sure
– that you have installed TEMS Investigation (section 5.3)
– that you have installed all driver files from the separate driver CD
(section 5.5.1)
– that you have rebooted the PC.
• Connect the case to the PC while the case is turned off and does not have
any phones installed.
• Power on the case.
• Locate all of the drivers in sections 5.5.6 and 5.5.7.
• After the drivers for AQM have been activated, install one phone at a time
in the case. For each phone, you will be prompted to locate the phone
driver (see section 5.5.1). Wait each time until the phone driver has been
activated before you install the next phone.

5.6. Uninstalling TEMS Investigation


To uninstall TEMS Investigation software, follow the steps below.
• Open the Windows Control Panel.
• Double-click the Add/Remove Programs icon.
• Select TEMS Investigation 9.0 in the list. Click Change/Remove and
confirm removal when prompted. The software will now be uninstalled.

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6. Installing the Call Generator

To perform audio quality measurements (AQM) you need a Call Generator.


How to install this component is described in the document Call Generator
Installation Guide which is included in the Call Generator sales package. This
document also states PC hardware and operating system requirements
posed by the Call Generator installation.

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7. Licensing

This chapter describes the fundamentals of the licensing in TEMS


Investigation 9.0.
Regarding the permissions granted by the basic licenses, see sections 2.1
and 2.2. Regarding the range of additional license options, see section 2.3.
The installation of license software is covered in section 5.4.

7.1. Licensing Options


There are two types of license that can be associated with a TEMS
Investigation application:
• a local license, embodied in a hardware key which is inserted into the PC.
A single hardware key controls all aspects of each local license
(accessibility of data collection and realtime presentation functions;
accessibility of technology-specific functions and data; connectability of
external devices).
• a network (or floating) license, obtained by connecting to a license server
where the hardware key is inserted.

7.2. Route Analysis License Requirements


A license is always required to run Route Analysis. Without a license you
cannot launch the application.
Route Analysis can use either a local license or a network license (see
section 7.1).
To analyze data originating from a particular cellular technology, the package
you have purchased must support that technology. For example, a license
covering WCDMA is required for analysis of WCDMA data (including the
WCDMA report in the RAN Tuning tool).

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7.3. Data Collection License Requirements


The Data Collection application can be started without a license, and the
replay and post-processing functions are then still available. The same range
of functionality is available with an Analysis Package license.

Device Connect and Logfile Recording


For a device to be connectable in Data Collection, it must be covered by your
license options. See section 2.3.1.

Logfile Load
Within the confines of the cellular technologies supported in the package, it is
possible in Data Collection to load and analyze logfiles recorded with devices
for which you have no license.
Loading of logfiles from sources other than TEMS Investigation, on the other
hand, generally requires a Base Package license; see the Data Collection
User’s Manual, section 7.4.

Local vs. Network License


Data Collection can use a network license for loading of logfiles from TEMS
Investigation-external sources (see the Data Collection User’s Manual,
section 7.4).
For all other functions requiring a license, including connect of all external
devices, Data Collection can only use a local license.

7.4. Driver for Hardware Key


The hardware key driver is installed automatically along with TEMS
Investigation.

7.5. The HASP HL SRM Key Reader


You can check what is covered by your (local or network) license by running
the HASP HL SRM Key Reader. This tool is launched by choosing Start →
Programs → Ericsson → TEMS Products → Utilities. When the tool has
started up, enter the File menu and choose Read Hasp Keys.

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8. Configuring the PC and


Phones for Data Services

In this chapter it is assumed that TEMS Investigation has been installed


(section 5.3). All that is said here naturally is relevant for TEMS Investigation
Data Collection only.

8.1. Introduction
The present chapter describes how to configure your PC and phones for
running data services.
Most of the configuration is the same for both packet-switched and circuit-
switched data. Where differences exist, they are pointed out on each
occasion.
Please note that this chapter only describes a basic setup. Also note that the
description is incomplete: some settings are operator-dependent (including
all TCP/IP settings such as WINS or DNS entries), and so universally valid
settings cannot be given here. Other operator-specific settings may be
required which override recommendations given in this chapter.
On completing this chapter you will be ready to connect external devices and
establish contact with them in TEMS Investigation. This is covered in
chapter 10.

8.2. Creating a Data Account


In some networks it is necessary to create a data account in the phone to be
able to run data services. It is however becoming increasingly unlikely that
you will need to perform such a setup manually.
If you do need to create a data account manually, please consult the
documentation for the phone you are using.

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8.3. USB Drivers for Phones


A USB driver is necessary for using the phone as a modem and hence for
collecting measurements. The USB driver installation was covered in section
5.5.1.

8.4. Configuring Dial-up Networking


This section describes how to configure Dial-Up Networking in Windows for
packet-switched data services.

Note: The dialogs gone through below may differ in some respects
between different versions of each operating system. However,
the information that needs to be provided is similar in all cases,
so the instructions should still be helpful.

It is assumed that the phone has been plugged in and recognized by the PC
(section 5.5.1).

8.4.1. Dial-up Networking Configuration in Windows


Vista
1. From the Control Panel, select Network and Internet.
2. Click “Connect to a network”.
3. Click “Set up a connection or network”.
4. Select “Connect to the Internet”. Click Next.
5. If you are already connected to the Internet, you will be notified of this.
Click “Set up a new connection anyway”.
6. Under “How do you want to connect?”, select Dial-up.

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7. Under “Which modem do you want to use?”, select the modem of your
device:

Phone Modem to Select

Sony Ericsson “Sony Ericsson <model name> Serial Modem” or


phones “Sony Ericsson [<model name>] USB WMC Data
Modem”

LG phones “LGE <model name> USB WMC Data Modem”

Motorola UEs “Motorola USB Modem”

Nokia GSM “Nokia <model name> (USB)”


phones

Nokia UEs Three modems “Nokia <model name> (USB) ...”


are in the list.
Which you select here should not matter; however,
tests have shown that the best performance is
achieved by choosing the modem with the middle
port number here.

Qualcomm “Qualcomm Proprietary USB Modem ...”


chipset based

8. Under Dial-up phone number, enter the access phone number for the
data service. For UMTS this is usually *99#. If the APN (Access Point
Name: see section 8.5 below) is not at the top of the APN list but at
position n, you must dial *99***n#. For CDMA/EV-DO, enter #777.
9. Fill in your user name and password if required. Leave the boxes Show
characters and Remember this password unchecked. Name your dial-
up connection.
10. Under “Allow other people to use this connection”, make the selection
that is most appropriate in your case.
11. Click Connect. The dial-up connection will now be tested. Click Skip if
you want to skip this test. Later, when you are using the command
sequence for data service testing, you do not dial up in this way but
from within TEMS Investigation instead (see the Data Collection User’s
Manual, chapter 12).

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12. Back in Control Panel Home, under Network and Internet, click “View
network status and tasks”.
13. Click “Manage network connections”.
14. Right-click the dial-up connection you just created and select
Properties.
15. Select the Networking tab. Under “This connection uses the following
items:”, make sure that “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)” is
checked, and uncheck “Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6)”. See
section 3.16.2. Leave “Client for Microsoft Networks” unchecked.
16. Select “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)” and click Properties.
Normally an IP address and DNS server address will be assigned to
you automatically. If that is not the case for you, enter the proper
information and click Advanced. In the dialog that appears, deselect
“Use IP header compression” and make sure that “Use default gateway
on remote network” is checked. Click OK.
17. The dial-up configuration is now complete. Click OK to exit all dialogs.

8.4.2. Dial-up Networking Configuration in Windows XP


1. From the Start menu, choose Connect To → Show All Connections.
The Network Connections dialog appears.
2. Click the underlined link “Create New Connection”. The New
Connection Wizard appears. Click Next.
3. Select “Connect to the Internet”. Click Next.
4. Select “Set up my connection manually”. Click Next.
5. Select “Connect using a dial-up modem”. Click Next.
6. Select your modem in the list. For details, see section 8.4.1, step 7.
Then click Next.
7. Name the connection. Click Next.
8. In the Phone number field, enter the access phone number for the data
service. For UMTS this is usually *99#. If the APN (Access Point Name:
see section 8.5 below) is not at the top of the APN list but at position n,
you must dial *99***n#. For CDMA/EV-DO, enter #777.
9. Under “Create this connection for:”, make the selection that is most
appropriate in your case. Click Next.

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10. Fill in your user name and password if required. Uncheck all three
checkboxes. Then click Next.
11. Create a shortcut to the desktop if you like, then click Finish.
12. In the Connect... dialog, verify the user name and password. Check the
box “Save this user name and password for the following users”. Then
click Properties.
13. Select the Networking tab. Under “Components checked...”, make sure
that “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” is checked and selected, and that
“Client for Microsoft Networks” is not selected.
14. Select “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” and click Properties. Normally an IP
address and DNS server address will be assigned to you automatically.
If that is not the case for you, enter the proper information and click
Advanced. In the dialog that appears, deselect “Use IP header
compression” and make sure that “Use default gateway on remote
network” is checked. Click OK.
15. Now test the dial-up connection. With the phone plugged in, click Dial in
the Connect... dialog. Verify that the connection is established, then
disconnect. Later, when you are using the command sequence for data
service testing, you do not dial up in this way but from within TEMS
Investigation instead (see the Data Collection User’s Manual, chapter
12).
16. The dial-up configuration is now complete.

8.5. Setting Up the APN for the Phone (UMTS)


To run packet-switched data services in UMTS, you need to configure the
Access Point Name (APN) in the phone.
Except with Nokia phones, you can do this by sending AT commands to the
phone, for example from the Windows HyperTerminal.1 Send the AT
commands to the virtual port that will be used for data service measurements
(see section 8.4.2).

1. AT commands can also be sent from within TEMS Investigation, using


the Command Sequence tool (Data Collection User’s Manual, section
12.9). This, however, naturally requires that the phone has been
connected in TEMS Investigation. See the Data Collection User’s
Manual, chapter 6.

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It may be wise to first check what APNs have already been set up. This can
be done by giving the command
AT+CGDCONT?
To set an APN with CID number 1, the command is:

AT+CGDCONT=1,"IP","<APN>"

where <APN> is the Access Point Name, for example

AT+CGDCONT=1,"IP","umts.myserver.com"

Note that with terminals from certain vendors (including Sierra Wireless), “IP”
must be written in uppercase letters.
You can check that the APN is correct by sending AT+CGDCONT? once
more.

Nokia Phones
The above procedure does not work for Nokia phones, because the APN
setting sent with an AT command is not saved.
Instead, it is recommended to enter the APN directly into the phone. This is
done by browsing to Connectivity → GPRS → GPRS Modem Settings →
Edit active access point → GPRS Access Point (exact details may differ
between phones).
Alternatively, AT commands can be entered in the Windows modem
properties dialog (Control Panel → Phone and Modem Options → Modems
tab → Properties → Advanced). The commands are then sent automatically
to the phone in each dial-up. This method is of course applicable to phones
from any supplier; the disadvantage is that no querying mechanism is
available.

Note: In Windows Vista you must turn off UAC to be able to edit these
settings.

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8.6. Testing Circuit-switched Data Services with


UEs

8.6.1. Testing Circuit-switched by Placing Video Calls


You can test data transfer over circuit-switched by running the video
telephony application installed in the phone (provided that the phone has
one). Video calls can be controlled by the command sequence function in
Data Collection (see the Data Collection User’s Manual, section 12.8).
Please consult documentation from the phone supplier regarding how to
operate the video telephony application. No special PC configuration is
required for this purpose.

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Chapter 9. Configuring the PC for Use with a DRT Scanner

9. Configuring the PC for Use


with a DRT Scanner

The DRT4301A scanner can either be connected directly to the PC by means


of a cable, or it can be accessed over a local area network. The instructions
that follow tell how to configure the PC in each case.
See the Data Collection User’s Manual, section 6.3.2 for instructions on how
to physically connect the scanner and PC.

9.1. Direct Connection


The DRT4301A scanner is shipped configured for a direct connection and is
assigned the static IP address 192.168.5.2. The PC’s Ethernet adapter must
likewise have its TCP/IP address configured as static and equal to
192.168.5.1.
Follow these steps:
1. Use Start → Connect To → Show All Connections to access the
network connections.
2. Double-click Local Area Connection and click the Properties button.
3. In the box below “This connection uses the following items:”, scroll
down to see “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” and select it, then click the
Properties button. (In Windows Vista, select Internet Protocol
Version 4.)
4. Select “Use the following IP address”. Under IP address, enter
192.168.5.1. Under Subnet mask, enter 255.255.255.0. Then click OK.

9.2. Local Area Network Connection


For this setup, the scanner must be reconfigured to acquire a dynamic IP
address from the network.
Follow these steps:

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1. Assuming the scanning receiver and the laptop are both configured for
static IP addressing, connect to the scanner with a web browser by
entering the URL http://drt4301snAAAA, where AAAA is the serial
number of the device.
2. On the web page that appears, under Wired Ethernet configuration,
clear the Static IP Address field.
3. Click Save Changes.
4. Use Start → Connect To → Show All Connections to access the
network connections.
5. Double-click Local Area Connection and click the Properties button.
6. In the box below “This connection uses the following items:”, scroll
down to see “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” and select it, then click the
Properties button. (In Windows Vista, select Internet Protocol
Version 4.)
7. Select “Obtain an IP address automatically” and click OK.

9.3. Verifying the Configuration


Here is how to confirm and troubleshoot the connection to the scanner.
1. Connect the Ethernet cable or cables as described in sections 9.1 and
9.2.
2. Open a Windows command prompt (select Start → Run, enter cmd and
press Enter).
3. Ping the unit by typing the command ping DRT4301SNAAAA, where
AAAA is the serial number of the device, and observe if responses are
received.
4. If no response occurs, you may use Wireshark to capture the Ethernet
traffic and determine the unit’s current IP address. Enter the filter term
nbns.flags == 0x2910 to isolate the Netbios Naming Service registration
messages sent out by the scanner. The IP address will be included in
the message from the scanner.

9.4. Scanner Antenna Connection


The RF antenna must be connected to the RF IN B port on the DRT scanner.

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10. Connecting External


Equipment

See the Data Collection User’s Manual, chapter 6.

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11. Cell Data and Maps

Two aspects of the presentation (in both Data Collection and Route Analysis)
require some preparation:
• Presenting cell data
• Displaying background maps
These things are not addressed here but in the User’s Manuals.
• How to load cell files is described in
– Data Collection User’s Manual, section 5.3
– Route Analysis User’s Manual, section 5.2
• How to load map files is the subject of
– Data Collection User’s Manual, sections 23.3–23.4
– Route Analysis User’s Manual, section 5.1

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Chapter 12. Configuring the PC for Python Script Processing

12. Configuring the PC for Python


Script Processing

To be able to run Python scripts from a Windows command prompt, you must
do the following (requires administrator rights on the PC):
• Create a new environment variable PYTHONPATH and set it to
<TEMS Investigation install dir>\Scripts;<TEMS Investigation install
dir>\Application
where by default <TEMS Investigation install dir> = C:\Program
Files\Ericsson\TEMS Products\TEMS Investigation.
If you use a different installation directory, or if you put your Python scripts
in a different location, you need to modify the contents of PYTHONPATH
accordingly.
• To the environment variable PATH, add the path to the Python installation,
for example C:\Python25.
For details on how to set up environment variables, please consult your
Windows documentation or the following web pages:
• Windows XP: support.microsoft.com/kb/310519
• Windows Vista: The instruction for Windows XP can be followed with
some minor adjustments. In step 2, click Advanced system settings.

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13. Miscellaneous

13.1. Configuring the Motorola E1000 for Inter-


frequency Handover and GSM-to-UTRAN
Handover
The Motorola E1000 is by default configured as a commercial E1000
handset. To be able to test and verify inter-frequency handover as well as
GSM-to-UTRAN handover, the handset needs to be reconfigured. This is
done by using the Motorola 3G Advanced Features Switcher.
Using this tool to enable Advanced Features should be done with extreme
caution. These features should normally be disabled and are provided in the
Motorola E1000 test mobile for test purposes only, to enable testing of this
functionality ahead of general commercial release. The Advanced Features
have not been certified for general use on all networks, and it is possible that
they will not operate correctly on some networks. Any problems detected
when Advanced Features are enabled fall outside the scope of the normal
support agreement and may not be possible to correct.
The Advanced Features also require network support, and their use should
not be attempted unless the network is known to support the advanced
functionality.
• To install the software tool, execute the file Motorola_3G_Advanced_
Features_Switcher_setup.exe that is found in the Motorola directory on
the TEMS Investigation installation CD.
• Then connect the Motorola E1000 serial cable to your computer as well
as to the handset. The cable is found in the E1000 delivery box. Note that
the serial cable needs to be used; the Motorola 3G Advanced Features
Switcher cannot be used with the E1000 USB cable.
• Power up the handset and start the tool by choosing “Motorola 3G
Advanced Features Switcher” from the Start menu. The following screen
will show:

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The operations needed to reconfigure the tool are:


1. Select the serial COM port used in the selector under Setup → Use
COM Port.
2. Read the current settings by selecting the menu item Options → Read
Current Settings.
3. Wait a few seconds for the phone to restart.
4. Choose the wanted settings by selecting the radio button “Advanced
Features Enabled” or “Advanced Features Disabled”.
5. Reconfigure the handset by choosing the menu item Options → Write
New Settings.
6. Wait a few seconds for the phone to restart.
7. Verify the changes by repeating step 2.

If the read operation fails, wait a few seconds, then try again. If a write
operation fails, wait a few seconds, then try again from step 1 or 2.

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14. Support Contact Information

For support in using TEMS Investigation, please contact Ericsson according


to the directions found at

www.ericsson.com/tems

under the link “Contact TEMS”.


To sign up for the TEMS on-line subscription service, please go to the same
web site and click the link “TEMS Subscription Service”. This free service
includes e-mail notification of TEMS product launches, version upgrades and
patches, as well as on-line TEMS News.

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Index

Index

A
Access Point Name (APN) 40
accessories 7
Aero Glass 12
Anritsu scanners 21
basic configuration of ML8720 model 21
cable to use with ML8720 model 22
supported models 16
USB driver for ML8740/8741 models 31
APM (Advanced Power Management) 9
APN (Access Point Name) 40
AQM
licensing for 7
phones supporting 19
AQM modules 16
drivers for 314
audio quality measurements (AQM)
phones supporting 19
automatic updating of software 10
AutoPlay 10
B
backpack (TEMS Indoor Backpack) 31
Bluetooth 10
C
cables to use with phones
Sony Ericsson Z750i 21
Call Generator, installing 33
cell data, importing 46
circuit-switched data services, testing with UEs 42
connectable phones and data cards, list of
CDMA 15
UMTS 14

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connectable scanners, list of


CDMA 17
UMTS 16
WiMAX 17
contents of Getting Started Manual 1
D
data account, creating 36
data cards
USB drivers for 30
Data Collection User’s Manual 1
data service testing
configuring PC and phones for 36
data services 4
definitions of TEMS Investigation concepts 3
Dial-up Networking, configuring 37
in Windows Vista 37
in Windows XP 39
Documents folder 10
DRT4301A scanner 17
configuring for local area network connection 44
connecting RF antenna to 44
E
energy saving features in Windows 11
equipment cases 2
external antennas
connecting to phones 21
support for in phones 19
external equipment 14
connecting in TEMS Investigation 45
F
FAQ (on TEMS website) 3
firewall in Windows 12
G
GPS protocols, supported 18
GPS units
configuring 23
list of supported 18
USB driver for 31
H
hardware key, driver for 35

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hardware requirements for installing TEMS Investigation 25


HASP HL SRM 28
HASP HL SRM Key Reader 35
I
IEEE 802.11 (WLAN) 13
indoor backpack 22
Information Elements and Events 1
installing license software 28
installing TEMS Investigation 25, 28
IPv6 12
IR port 11
L
LG CU320 15
LG CU500 15
LG phones
Dial-up Networking configuration for 38
USB drivers for 29
LG U960 15
licensing in TEMS Investigation 34
floating license 7, 34
for AQM 7
for Data Collection 35
for external devices 6
for Route Analysis 34
local license 34
network license 7, 34
M
maps, importing 46
Motorola E1000 15
configuring for inter-frequency and GSM-to-UTRAN handover 20, 48
Motorola E1070 15
Motorola M2501 15
Motorola Razr Maxx V6 15
Motorola Razr V3x 15
Motorola Razr V3xx 15
Motorola Razr2 V9 14
general capabilities of 19
GSM capabilities of 20
Motorola UEs
Dial-up Networking configuration for 38
USB driver for 29

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MSXML 27
My Documents folder 10
N
Nokia 6086 14
general capabilities of 19
GSM capabilities of 20
Nokia 6120 14
general capabilities of 19
GSM capabilities of 20
Nokia 6121 14
general capabilities of 19
GSM capabilities of 20
Nokia 6125 15
Nokia 6230i 15
Nokia 6280 15
Nokia 6680 15
Nokia 7376 15
Nokia GSM phones
Dial-up Networking configuration for 38
Net Monitor function 20
setting up APN for 41
USB driver for 30
Nokia N75 15
Nokia N80 15
Nokia N95 14
general capabilities of 19
GSM capabilities of 20
Nokia PC Suite 11
Nokia UEs
Dial-up Networking configuration for 38
Net Monitor function 20
setting up APN for 41
USB driver for 30
O
operating system requirements for installing TEMS Investigation 26
Option GlobeTrotter Express HSUPA 14
general capabilities of 19
GSM capabilities of 20
P
PC configuration
for Data Collection 9

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for DRT scanner 43


for Python script processing 47
PCTel SeeGull EX scanners 23
supported models (UMTS) 16
USB driver for 30
PCTel SeeGull LX scanners 22
supported models (CDMA) 17
supported models (UMTS) 16, 17
USB driver for LX MM2 30
phones 3
basic configuration of 20
capabilities of phones sold with TEMS Investigation 18
list of connectable (CDMA) 15
list of connectable (UMTS) 14
port-scanning software 11
power management in Windows 12
product packaging 5
Python
configuring PC for 47
required software 27
Q
Qualcomm chipset based devices
Dial-up Networking configuration for 38
enabling diagnostics reporting 20
Qualcomm MSM6275 chipset 15
Qualcomm MSM6280 chipset 15
Qualcomm MSM7200 chipset 15
Qualcomm TM6275 15
Qualcomm TM6280 15
Qualcomm TM7200 15
R
Readme file 2
Release Note 2
Route Analysis User’s Manual 1
RTP ports for video streaming 11
S
scanners 3
list of connectable (CDMA) 17
list of connectable (UMTS) 16
list of connectable (WiMAX) 17
screen savers 11

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security products 11
software requirements for installing TEMS Investigation 27
Sony Ericsson K600i 15
Sony Ericsson K790a 14
connecting external antenna to 21
general capabilities of 19
GSM capabilities of 20
Sony Ericsson K790i 14
connecting external antenna to 21
general capabilities of 19
GSM capabilities of 20
Sony Ericsson K800i 14
Sony Ericsson PC Suite 11
Sony Ericsson phones
Dial-up Networking configuration for 38
USB drivers for 29
Sony Ericsson W600i 15
Sony Ericsson Z750i 14
cable to use with 21
general capabilities of 19
GSM capabilities of 20
SpeedStep technology 10
support contact information 3, 50
T
TC-1450 equipment case 22
TC-1520 equipment case 22, 23, 31
TC-1520B equipment case 22, 23, 31
TEMS Indoor Backpack 8, 31
TEMS on-line subscription service 3
TEMS Pocket 2
terminals 3
Trimble Placer 455/DR, configuration of 23
U
UAC 13
UDP ports for video streaming 11
uninstalling TEMS Investigation 32
USB drivers for phones 29
USB Legacy Support 12
USB-to-RS232 serial converter in equipment cases and backpack, driver for
31
User Access Control 13

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user terminals 3
V
video streaming, RTP (UDP) ports for 11
video telephony
using for circuit-switched data testing 42
virtual memory requirements for installing TEMS Investigation 26
W
WiMAX
configuring PC for DRT scanner 43
connectable scanners 17
not supported in Analysis Packages 6
Windows firewall 12
Windows Media Player 12
Windows Vista settings 12
Windows XP settings 13
WLAN 13

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