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INTRODUCTION..................................................................................................................................8 1.1 HOW TO READ THIS DOCUMENT .................................................................................................8

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DESCRIPTION OF THE FILE FORMAT ...............................................................................................11 2.1 2.2 2.3 HEADER ....................................................................................................................................11 FOOTER ....................................................................................................................................17 EVENT STRUCTURE...................................................................................................................17 COORDINATES.................................................................................................................... 18 TIME.................................................................................................................................... 18 EVENT PARAMETERS.......................................................................................................... 18

2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 3

MEASUREMENT FILE NAMING .........................................................................................................19 3.1 NEMO OUTDOOR/INDOOR .........................................................................................................19

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EVENTS ...........................................................................................................................................20 4.1 CALL EVENTS............................................................................................................................20 CALL ATTEMPT (CAA) .......................................................................................................... 20 INCOMING CALL (CAI).......................................................................................................... 22 CALL CONNECT SUCCESS (CAC)......................................................................................... 23 CALL FAILED (CAF).............................................................................................................. 24 CALL DISCONNECT (CAD).................................................................................................... 25

4.1.1 4.1.2 4.1.3 4.1.4 4.1.5 4.2

DATA EVENTS ...........................................................................................................................26 DATA CONNECTION ATTEMPT (DAA) ................................................................................... 26 DATA CONNECTION SUCCESS (DAC) .................................................................................. 27 DATA CONNECTION FAILED (DAF)....................................................................................... 28 DATA DISCONNECT (DAD) ................................................................................................... 29 DATA TRANSFER REQUEST (DREQ) .................................................................................... 30 DATA TRANSFER COMPLETED (DCOMP) ............................................................................. 32 DATA THROUGHPUT (DAS).................................................................................................. 33 PACKET ERROR RATE (PER) ............................................................................................... 34 PING SESSION REQUEST (PREQ) ........................................................................................ 35 PING SESSION COMPLETED (PCOMP)................................................................................. 36 PING (PING)......................................................................................................................... 37

4.2.1 4.2.2 4.2.3 4.2.4 4.2.5 4.2.6 4.2.7 4.2.8 4.2.9 4.2.10 4.2.11 4.3

MEASUREMENT EVENTS ...........................................................................................................38 RX LEVEL (RXL) ................................................................................................................... 38 ENHANCED RX LEVEL (ERXL).............................................................................................. 40 EC/I0 (ECIO)......................................................................................................................... 42 ENHANCED EC/I0 (EECI0) .................................................................................................... 43

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4.3.5 4.3.6 4.3.7 4.3.8 4.3.9 4.3.10 4.3.11 4.3.12 4.3.13 4.3.14 4.3.15 4.3.16 4.3.17 4.3.18 4.3.19 4.3.20 4.3.21 4.3.22 4.3.23 4.3.24 4.4

RX/TX (RXTX) ...................................................................................................................... 45 RX QUALITY (RXQ) .............................................................................................................. 46 PACKET CHANNEL RX QUALITY (PRXQ) .............................................................................. 47 FRAME ERROR RATE (FER)................................................................................................. 48 ENHANCED FRAME ERROR RATE (EFER)............................................................................ 49 MS POWER (MSP)................................................................................................................ 50 RADIO LINK TIMEOUT (RLT)................................................................................................. 51 TIMING ADVANCE (TAD) ...................................................................................................... 52 TIMING ALIGNMENT (TAL).................................................................................................... 53 DOWNLINK SIGNALING COUNTER (DSC) ............................................................................. 54 MARKOV STATISTICS (MAS) ................................................................................................ 55 BIT ERROR PROBABILITY (BEP)........................................................................................... 56 CARRIER PER INTERFERENCE (CI)...................................................................................... 57 TX POWER CONTROL (TXPC) .............................................................................................. 58 RX POWER CONTROL (RXPC).............................................................................................. 59 BIT ERROR RATE (BER) ....................................................................................................... 61 EC/NO (ECNO) ..................................................................................................................... 62 PHYSICAL CHANNEL DATA THROUGHPUT (PHDAS) ............................................................ 64 PPP LAYER DATA THROUGHPUT (PPPDAS)......................................................................... 65 RLP DATA THROUGHPUT (RLPDAS) .................................................................................... 66

SCANNING EVENTS ...................................................................................................................67 SCANNING RESULTS (SCAN)............................................................................................... 67 TIMESLOT SCANNING RESULTS (TSCAN) ............................................................................ 70 DELAY SPREAD (DSCAN)..................................................................................................... 71 DELAY (DELAY) ................................................................................................................... 72 RSCP (RSCP)....................................................................................................................... 74 SIR (SSCAN) ........................................................................................................................ 75 DELAY PROFILE (DPROF) .................................................................................................... 76 RAKE FINGER ALLOCATION (FINGER) ................................................................................. 78 C/I SCANNING RESULTS (CISCAN)....................................................................................... 79

4.4.1 4.4.2 4.4.3 4.4.4 4.4.5 4.4.6 4.4.7 4.4.8 4.4.9 4.5

HANDOVER/HANDOFF EVENTS .................................................................................................80 HANDOVER/HANDOFF ATTEMPT (HOA) ............................................................................... 80 HANDOVER/HANDOFF SUCCESS (HOS)............................................................................... 82 HANDOVER/HANDOFF FAIL (HOF) ....................................................................................... 83 CELL RESELECTION (CREL) ................................................................................................ 84 SOFT HANDOVER EVENT INFORMATION (SHOI) .................................................................. 85

4.5.1 4.5.2 4.5.3 4.5.4 4.5.5

..........................2 4...........................6.....................................8...............................................................10 ..................................................8....... 117 REVERSE TRAFFIC CHANNEL COUNTERS (COUNTRTC).....90 CHANNEL INFO (CHI) .....................................7 CHANNEL INFORMATION EVENTS .......................................... 105 RANDOM ACCESS CHANNEL INFORMATION (RACHI).................7................ 118 REVERSE SUPPLEMENTAL CHANNEL #1 COUNTERS (COUNTRSCH1)............................................. 103 SERVICE PARAMETERS REQUESTED (SEPR)...............................................12 4.1 4............8.5 4..............................1 4........................6 4....................................................6...................... 123 LAYER2 DOWNLINK (L2D) .........................................18 4.......................7... 109 SYNC CHANNEL COUNTERS (COUNTSYNC) ............................................... 122 LAYER2 UPLINK (L2U)...7 4..............8 4...... 97 DATA CHANNEL REQUEST (DCHR) ..14 4..... 127 LLC LAYER DOWNLINK (LLCD).7.....................8..........4 4.............7..8.. 130 4.................7........................................7....... 129 RRLP LAYER DOWNLINK (RRLPD) ....9 4..........................................7.....7 4................................................7.....................................5 4................................5................................8................................................ 98 DATA CHANNEL INFO (DCHI) .....................15 4......................................................................................3 4................7.... 120 4....................... 106 VOCODER STATUS (VOCS)................7......... 111 MUX1 COUNTERS (COUNTMUX1) ............... 89 4.....................6 SOFT HANDOVER (SHO)....................................3 4..................................121 LAYER3 UPLINK (L3U)..4 4.......3 4......................8..............................................7..................................................................................................... 87 LOCATION UPDATE ACCEPTED (LUS)........................... 110 PAGING CHANNEL COUNTERS (COUNTPAG)....................................2 4.................. 90 SERVICE INFORMATION (SEI).................................................................................................................... 124 MAC LAYER UPLINK (MACU) ................. 86 LOCATION UPDATE EVENTS ......8........................................ 100 FREQUENCY HOPPING STATUS (HOP) ..... 125 MAC LAYER DOWNLINK (MACD) ........................... 126 LLC LAYER UPLINK (LLCU) ...........NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 5 4............................................................................................13 4.................................... 121 LAYER3 DOWNLINK (L3D) ........ 114 ACCESS CHANNEL COUNTERS (COUNTACC) .................................8.............................................17 4................................ 119 FORWARD SUPPLEMENTAL CHANNEL #1 COUNTERS (COUNTFSCH1)....................7.........................................................................7....................................... 104 SERVICE PARAMETERS NEGOTIATED (SEPN)................... 102 NEIGHBOR LIST (NLIST)..1 4.......................6.....................................................................................................................................................7.............................................................................8 MS-BS SIGNALING EVENTS .16 4...........................87 LOCATION UPDATE ATTEMPT (LUA) .......................................9 4....10 4...............................................................................7..................7.......... 112 MUX2 COUNTERS (COUNTMUX2) .................6 4..8 4......................................2 4.........................7..................................11 4.....................................19 4.......................................................7.................................................. 108 QUICK PAGING CHANNEL INFORMATION (QPCHI) ..........................8.................6 4..........................................7.................. 128 RRLP LAYER UPLINK (RRLPU) ...................................................... 88 LOCATION UPDATE FAIL (LUF) .....

...............................................................................................10.2 4...............................9.............. 135 PACKET SESSION DEACTIVATED (PAD).....2 4...............................9.................................... 134 PACKET SESSION ACTIVATION CONNECTED (PAC).. 168 AUDIO QUALITY INFO (AQI)..............11.1 4......................................................................163 AMR INFORMATION (AMRI) ..3 4................................................8 4.....................................................................................133 PACKET SESSION ACTIVATION ATTEMPT (PAA) ...........................6 4........................ 170 LOCATION RESPONSE SUCCESS (LOCS) ...............3 4............................................................ 163 AMR STATUS (AMRS)..........................9............ 165 AMR LINK QUALITY ESTIMATE (AMRQ) ......................................................9.............1 4...............................................................9..........................................................................................................................................10 4.......9..........................................................................................................10 4............................16 4...............................................9.... 162 AMR EVENTS..........................................17 4........ 136 QUALITY OF SERVICE PROFILE REQUEST (QSPR) .........8.......... 169 LOCATION EVENTS .3 4............167 UPLINK AUDIO QUALITY (AQUL) ...... 171 LOCATION RESPONSE FAIL (LOCF) ..........11 4...9............................................................4 4.....11..............12 4... 132 PACKET DATA EVENTS ...............................5 4.2 4.......................................14 4..............................................2 4.........3 4..........................................................12..............175 4.....................................................................................................9.............................9.9..................6 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4................... 156 RLC DATA THROUGHPUT (RDAS) ......................... 158 ROUTING AREA UPDATE ATTEMPT (RUA)... 155 BLOCK ERROR RATE (BLER) ................12 4................................................................................11...........................................................................................9............................................................1 4.............................15 4..............12....................................13 4.8........9............................. 161 TBF INFORMATION (TBFI) ................... 154 GPRS DETACH (GAD) .........11 4.......................................................... 167 DOWNLINK AUDIO QUALITY (AQDL)...................... 166 AUDIO QUALITY EVENTS.............................................................. 131 RRC LAYER DOWNLINK (RRCD)............................................12....11 4.............................................................................. 133 PACKET SESSION ACTIVATION FAILED (PAF) ...............................................18 4...............12 4...................9......................................7 4.................. 151 GPRS ATTACH ATTEMPT (GAA) .......... 152 GPRS ATTACH FAILED (GAF).............................. 159 ROUTING AREA UPDATE SUCCESSFUL (RUS)....................................19 4...................................................................... 153 GPRS ATTACH CONNECTED (GAC)................................9.. 137 QUALITY OF SERVICE PROFILE NEGOTIATED (QSPN) ....................1 4.......................................10.....13 ......170 LOCATION REQUEST ATTEMPT (LOCA) ..................................... 148 PACKET CHANNEL REQUEST (PCHR)............................. 172 LOCATION INFORMATION (LOCI) ................12............9............................9...... 160 ROUTING AREA UPDATE FAIL (RUF).................................................................... 173 MISCELLANEOUS EVENTS ...9 4........................................9........................................................................9................................................................................................................ 143 PACKET CHANNEL INFO (PCHI) ...............................10... 157 LLC DATA THROUGHPUT (LDAS) ............4 4....9 RRC LAYER UPLINK (RRCU) .........

....13...186 RAS CAUSE VALUES .................194 INTER-RAT HANDOVER FAILURE VALUES.........2 4...........13...................3 6.5 6.......................................................................................................................................................................................................184 CC CAUSE VALUES FOR CDMAONE AND CDMA 2000.................................................................... 182 APPENDIX 1 .................186 SM CAUSE VALUES ............................................................11 6...............................................................................4 6...................195 INDEX .....................13.................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 178 CHANGE OF DAY (DATE) .........................CELLULAR SYSTEMS................................................194 7 8 APPENDIX 3 ...........................1 6........................................................192 UMTS FAILURE CAUSE VALUES.................7 4.................................................................................ERROR CODES ......................................................7 6..........8 6........3 4.................... 177 TEXTUAL ERROR NOTE (ERR) .....RELEASE NOTES .................................................183 6.........4 4.............196 ................................13........5 4..... 175 VOICE NOTE (VNOTE).............. 179 TIMER (TIMER) ..............12 MM CAUSE VALUES..........................................................................................................8 5 6 TEXTUAL USER NOTE (TNOTE)....185 GMM CAUSE VALUES .....................................................................................................190 SOCKET ERROR CODES....................................................................................9 6........................................................................................................................................................13.....6 6.............13.................................................................................................................... 181 PAUSE (PAUSE)..........183 CC CAUSE VALUES .........................................NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 7 4...........................................................................10 6..............................................................................................183 APPENDIX 2 .....13...1 4.................. 180 MS CELLULAR SYSTEM STATE (MSCS)..................183 RR CAUSE VALUES ........................................................... 176 USER MARKER (MARK).................................................................................................................................................................................6 4..............................................190 DATA TRANSFER FAILURE CAUSE VALUES...............................187 RRC CAUSE VALUES ..............13.........................2 6........................

Heading Event Info table Parameters table The Heading displays the event name and event ID. 1.8 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 1 ♦ INTRODUCTION You should read the following chapters carefully before you start analyzing your measurement files. go to the Index (at the end of this document) and find the keyword CDMA events. The alternatives are: GSM. In measurement files. DAMPS. From the Table of Contents. This document is a description of the Nemo Technologies' open non-proprietary ASCII file format. The events are also categorized according to different technologies. Nemo Analyze. Handover/Handoff events. e. The following information is given for each event: • • Event ID Cellular systems: refers to the networks in which the event is used.g. All events and their parameters are presented in table format. if you are looking for all CDMA events.g. All the events produced by Nemo Technologies tool are listed in this document with the respective parameters. Under that keyword are listed all CDMA related events and the page where that event can be found.. . All Nemo Technologies' tools produce this type of measurement files and the files can be viewed and analyzed using various methods or tools. In other words. The Event Info table presents general information of this event. or a text editor. GPRS Related events. NAMPS. and UMTS. the events are marked with the event ID only. you will find all events organized in specific groups. the cellular system where this event may occur and the Nemo Technologies tools which produce this event. e.1 HOW TO READ THIS DOCUMENT This document is organized in such a manner that it is easy to locate specific events and parameters. AMPS. In the Index table are listed all events and event parameters. Nemo Outdoor playback functions. for example. and Call events. cdmaOne. The file format description includes events and event related parameters for all network technologies that can be measured with Nemo Technologies' tools.. CDMA 2000.

fax.3 Event Structure. Type: defines the parameter type. data call.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 9 • • Mode: refers to the measurement mode in which the event appears. Recorded: describes the state in which the event is recorded. in Nemo Outdoor windows. • Nemo Tools: refers to the Nemo Technologies tools that produce the event. The following information is given for all parameters: • • • Name defines the short parameter name displayed. The diagram below describes the different recording states and the events that initiate the state transitions. type. For each parameter are displayed the parameter name. For circuit switched data calls the alternatives are idle. RSSI scan. For voice calls the alternatives are idle and call active. attach. and data transfer. the same parameter can appear in several events. The event specific parameters are marked with bold type in the event examples. data. each event also has the time and location information. However. and data transfer. and frequency scan. the time and location parameters are explained only once in chapter 2. and a description of the parameter. But to save space. Description of the parameter and possible limits and alternatives. pilot scan. PS data. another event may have as many as ten. CS data. For PS data calls (GPRS) the alternatives are idle. The number of parameters differs from one event to another: while one event may have only one parameter. ♦ The Parameters table lists all the parameters that belong to this specific event. On the first line of this field is stated the long parameter name. packet active. call active. For GSM the state is idle if the phone is on a control channel and call active if the phone is on a traffic channel. Furthermore. hex(adecimal data). If the parameter has been . Only the event specific parameters are listed here. This name is used when selecting parameters to be displayed in the Nemo Outdoor windows. The alternatives are integer. string. and float. location test. The alternatives are voice call. for example.

e. this is a LLC Layer Uplink event • +32. it means that this parameter is repeated. Finally. Only these parameters are explained in the Parameters table after each event. there may appear several of these parameters in one event. the parameter LLC data has been shaded. In the examples. For example. The first eight parameters after the event ID are common to all events.. i. this is how you would interpret the example above: LLCU +32. the event specific parameters are marked with bold type to distinguish them from the common parameters.123456 = longitude • +64. For more information on these common events.156 PACCH "UI-CMD" 01 C0 0B . In other words.3 Event Structure. .654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.654321 = latitude • 55 = geodetic height • 1234 = distance from starting point in meters • 1 = GPS status • 8 = number of satellites in view • 99 = velocity of the test vehicle in km/h • 12:13:14:156 = time in the following format [Hour]:[Min]:[Sec].. see chapter 2.. which means that it may appear several times in this event. • PACCH = sub channel name • "UI-CMD" = LLC message name • 01 C0 0B… = Contents of the LLC message In addition. • LLCU = event ID.10 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n shaded.123456 +64.[thousands of seconds] The events that come after the time are event specific parameters. an example of how the event might look like in the actual measurement file is given.

minor. The file has three logical parts: Header. #AT Audio Test type Defines which of the audio test options was used during the measurement. 2.1 HEADER The header consists of several lines the length and number of which is not defined. #AG external Antenna Gain (dBi) Signal gain achieved by using an external antenna attached to a mobile phone. Events. The beginning of all the header lines (excluding the first one) is marked with a “#” character and a two character identification sign.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 11 2 DESCRIPTION OF THE FILE FORMAT The file will be an ASCII text format.00 15.02. and Footer.build) ff ver = measurement file format version date = start date of the measurement time = start time of the measurement EXAMPLE: *** Nemo Prime 4. Selected option is defined in the configuration file of the measurement tool. First line begins with “***” characters and all other lines with “#” character. Contents of the first line of the header is: *** [pname (id)] [sw ver] [ff ver] [date] [time] where: pname = product name of the measurement tool (id) = possible identification number of the tool sw ver = software version of the product (major.6. for example. information about the measurement configuration and the test system used. . The event signs are described in the example headers below.19 ff ver 1.62. Value is obtained from the antenna specifications. #AS Call attempts if no Service Indicates if calls were attempted or not while the tool was out of coverage (no service provided). The contents of the header depends on the product used to generate the measurement file.2003 09:49:46 Header parameters in alphabetical order: #AD Audio test start Delay (seconds) Defines how long a delay in seconds there is at the beginning of a voice test call before the audio quality test function is activated. The footer informs about the normal completion of the measurement. which is used to make it easier for the software to find the needed header line from the file. The header includes.

and converter version used for conversion. #CM Call Mode Determines the mode of test calls. #CT tker (coordinate conversion type) Sets the coordinate conversion to either to Gauss-Kruger or UTM conversion #DA Delay between call Attempts Indicates the delay in seconds between two consecutive call attempts. #DM Delay between call Mode used Indicates the delay mode (calls or attempts) used between two consecutive test calls. The extension is always .PHN #CI Converter version Identification The converter version identification indicates the original tool and version used for measurement. Alternatives are: Originate: Terminate: Alternate: Markov: Data: Fax: the measurement tool is making the calls the calls are made to the measurement tool the measurement tool is making and receiving calls alternatively the measurement tool makes Markov calls the measurement tool makes data test calls sending a file to FS the measurement tool makes a fax test call sending to FS as many lines of fax as it can during the call duration defined with parameter Call Duration. phone numbers and number of calls) used in call generator/receiver mode.BTS #CD Call Duration (seconds) Determines the test call duration in seconds. .g. #CS Channel Style Channel style identifies which channel style was used during the measurement.. Extension is always . The duration timer starts when the call is on a traffic channel. #CF Call list Filename Specifies the call script (e. #CE CEntral meridian Defines what longitude was used as a central meridian when the map was digitized. Value is obtained from the cable specifications. #CL external Cable Loss (dBm) Signal loss due to the antenna cable when using external antenna attached to a mobile phone. original file format version.12 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n #BF BTS Filename File containing base station location information.

#FG FSS external antenna Gain (dBi) Signal gain achieved by using external antenna attached to the frequency scanner. #ER a (Equator Radius) Sets the equator radius (in meters) parameter value used in coordinate computations. DTI. #FS Field Strength scanner The Field Strength Scanner device identifies the used scanning device (e. #MF Map Filename Defines the map file used during measurement. Value is obtained from the cable specifications. #FW FSS average Window Defines the number of measurement results used to compute the stored value. Value is obtained from the antenna specifications. GSM900.. Used to avoid negative coordinates. #HV Handler Version Defines the handler version that was used when generating the file. #HW device HardWare version #ID ID tag for simultaneous measurement files The identification tag is generated by using Windows® GUID functions. #FE False Easting Value to falsely shift rectangular coordinate at the selected central meridian. .g.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 13 #EF f (inverse of Earth Flattening) Sets the inverse of earth flattening parameter value used in coordinate computations. GSM1800). It is used to identify all simultaneously generated measurement files made by one measurement tool. #FL FSS external cable Loss (dBm) Signal loss due to the antenna cable when using external antenna attached to a frequency scanner.

Type Code NHE-4NX NHK-4NX Mobile Model Nokia 2110 or Nokia 2110i Nokia 2140 or Nokia 2142 Nokia 2160 Nokia 2170 Nokia 2180 NHB-3 Nokia 2190 Nokia 2280 NPD-1AW NPD-4AW Nokia 3585 Nokia 3585i Nokia 3586 NSE-3NX NSC-3NX NSM-1NY NSW-3AX NSD-3AX NSB-3NX NPL-3 NPE-3 Nokia 6110 Nokia 6120 Nokia 6150 Nokia 6160 Nokia 6185 Nokia 6190 Nokia 6200 Nokia 6210 Nokia 6220 NPL-1 NPW-2 NSM-9 NHM-1 OT76M OT96MW OT96MGPRS OT160M OT190M OT199M OT290 T260 Nokia 6310i Nokia 6360 Nokia 6590 Nokia 6650 Sagem OT 76M Sagem OT 96MW Sagem OT 96MGPRS Sagem OT 160M Sagem OT 190M Sagem OT 199M Sagem OT 290 Motorola Timeport 260 Technology GSM 900 GSM 1800 IS-136 800 CDMA 1900 CDMA 800 GSM 1900 CDMA 2000 CDMA 2000 800/1900 CDMA 2000 800/1900 CDMA 2000 GSM 900 IS-136 800 GSM 900/1800 IS-136 800/1900 CDMA 800/1900 GSM 1900 GSM 850/1800/1900 GSM 900/1800 GSM/EDGE 900/1800/1900 GSM 900/1800/1900 IS-136 800/1900 GSM 850/1900 WCDMA/GSM 900/1800 GSM 900/1800 GSM 900/1800 GSM 900/1800 GSM 900/1800 GSM 900/1800 GSM 1900 GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 GSM 900/1800/1900 #NF RXLEV update rate (No GPS Fix available) Defines how many RXLevel results are used to compute the RXLevel value (average) recorded with RXL event while GPS fix is not available #NN Network Name Specifies the name of the measured network. Below is a list of supported models. given by the user in the configuration file.14 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n #MT Mobile Type Describes the type of mobile phone used in measurements. .

Below is a list of supported models: Anritsu ML8720B UMTS 2100 DTI DX AMPS 800 DTI DX GSM 1800 DTI DX GSM 1900 DTI DX GSM 850 DTI DX GSM 850/1900 DTI DX GSM 900 DTI DX GSM 900/1800 DTI DX IS-136 1900 DTI DX IS-136 800 DTI DX IS-95 1900 DTI DX IS-95 800 . EC/I0 Average #SS Sample Size Sample size identifies the number of samples used for one measurement value. Either given in the configuration file or determined according to the phone type. Depends on the measurement tool used. #NT Network Type Measured cellular system.. 65535.. #PN test call Phone Number Phone number to which the test calls were made. #SM Scanning Mode Scanning modes are: RSSI Average. RSSI Standard deviation. RSSI 90 percentile. #SC SCtas (map scale factor) Defines the map scale factor if very old maps were used to digitize the maps. RSSI 10 percentile. Sample size range is 1 . RSSI Maximum. RSSI Minimum. RSSI 50 percentile. #ST Scanner Type Describes the type of scanning receiver used in measurements.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 15 #NS North to South shift Offset parameter used to correct rectangular coordinates in south-north direction.

19-11-03. #UT gap to UTC (hours) Defines the time difference (in hours.2004 #ID Id tag for simultaneous measurement files: #AG External antenna gain (dBi): #BF BTS filename: #CF Call list filename: #CL External cable loss: #CM Call mode: #HV Handler version: #MF Map filename: #MT Mobile type: #NN Network name: #NT Network type: #PN Test call phone number: #SW Device software version: #HW Device hardware version: 15:27:18 {BABCEB42-D85A-4884-AE0F-2580217E5A02} 0. -12 .1.0020.10.27 RH-20 GSM 900/GSM 1800/GSM 1900 NTM 10. RH-20.00 Originate 4.nsf 0.71 14. #WC Wideband Channels Lists the wideband (5MHz) channels that are measured.2.21 ff ver 1. 12) to UTC time achieved from GPS and local time. #TC Test Call script Defines the call script that was used during measurements.00 C:\Nemo Tools\Scripts\test2. #XP xptas (S-N rectangular coordinate at equator) Sets the south-north rectangular coordinate value (in meters) at the equator.16 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n DTI LX GSM DTI LX UMTS 1900 DTI LX UMTS 2100 #SW device SoftWare version #TB Time Between calls (seconds) Defines the time (in seconds) waited after terminating a test call before the next test call is made. V a4.10..08 . #WE West to East shift Offset parameter used to correct rectangular coordinates in west-east direction. #YF RXLEV update rate (GPS fix available) Defines how many RXLevel results are used to compute the RXLevel value (average) recorded with RXL event while GPS fix is available Example of a Nemo Outdoor header: *** NEMO PRIME 4..

21 2.0 #SC sctas (map scale factor) : 1.0 #CT tker (coordinate conversion type) : 1. However.02.map #NT Network Type : GSM 900 #NN Network Name : NetworkName #FS Field Strength Scanner : DTI #FG FSS External Antenna Gain (dBi) :0 #FL FSS External Cable Loss (dBm) :0 #FW FSS Average Window :1 #SM Scanning Mode : Average #SS Sample Size :2 #CS Channel Style : EAMPS #BF BTS Filename : area.2004 08:59:46 .0 #NS North to South Shift : 0.0 #MF Map Filename : areax. Different fields in each event are separated from each other by the space character. All events are separated from each other with the “new line” character.2.0000 000 000 00 00 01:11:46.120 11 22 33 44 55 . new events or event parameters can be added to the file format later on.71 17.0 #WE West to East Shift : 0.. The line begins with “***” characters and the contents of it is: *** [pname (id)] [sw ver] where: pname (id) sw ver ff ver date time ff ver [ff ver] [date] [time] = product name of the measurement tool = possible identification number of the tool = software version of the product (major. This document describes the initial set of events and their parameters.00 #UT Gap to UTC (hours) :2 #CE Central Meridian : 358.2.02.0 #ER a (equator radius) : 6378388.0000 +000.0 #XP xptas (S-N rectangular coordinate at equator): 5530000.3 EVENT STRUCTURE An event is an ASCII string that has an unspecified length. that individual parameter string must be placed between quotation marks..bts 2.0 #FE False Easting : 400000.2004 12:32:39 #ID Id tag for simultaneous measurement files : 12345678-1234-as12-12er-098765432109 #HV Handler version : 1.71 19.0 #EF f (inverse of earth flattening) : 297.2 FOOTER A footer has only one line.minor) = measurement file format version = start date of the measurement = start time of the measurement Example of a Nemo Outdoor footer: *** NEMO PRIME 4. If event parameter string contains spaces.21 ff ver 1.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 17 Example of a Scanner measurement header: *** NEMO PRIME 4. ff ver 1. Each event can have different parameters that are to be stored after coordinate and time information on the same line. [event ID] [coordinates] [time] [event parameters] Example: [ID] [coordinates ] [time ] [event parameters] RXL +000.

coordinates are achieved with GPS.222211 H 10 D 1234 QS V 1 8 105 Where H is geodetic height.mSS 12:31:59. If measurements are done without GPS receiver. When Q equals one (1). S is number of satellites received.999 2.3 EVENT PARAMETERS An event specifies what parameters or values are presented in each specific case. coordinates are achieved with DR.[thousands of seconds] Example: HH:MM:SS. 2.1 COORDINATES Coordinates are presented in the following format: [longitude] [latitude] [height] [distance] [GPS status] [number of satellites] [velocity] Example: longitude latitude +32.18 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 2. coordinates are achieved with DGPS. coordinates are achieved with GPS receiver estimation.2 TIME Time is presented in the following format: [Hour]:[Min]:[Sec]. when Q equals four (4).123422 +64. and V is the velocity of the measurement vehicle in km/h.3.3. these parameters are set to zero (0). The parameter field should stay unchanged. new parameters must be added to the end of the event: Example: Old event New event CAA [call type] [count] [phone number] CAA [call type] [count] [phone number] [new parameter] . Q is quality of GPS data. D is distance from start point in meters. when Q equals three (3).3. and if Q equals zero (0). coordinates are last received coordinates (no GPS fix). If additions are needed. when Q equals two (2).

. 4 Extension . for Frequency scanning with a scanner. 4 FTn. n=1 . n=1 .... 4 FSn.. for Digital Trace mode calls. for Frequency scanning with a mobile. n=1 . • • • DTn..NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 19 3 MEASUREMENT FILE NAMING Measurement files are named in different tools as follows: 3.1 NEMO OUTDOOR/INDOOR Name • • • Length and format according to Windows® naming rules Given by the user or automatically generated by Nemo Outdoor/Indoor where n is the number of the phone used for measuring (generated by the tool).

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EVENTS In the following chapters are described the events that may appear in measurements performed with Nemo Technologies' tools.

4.1 4.1.1

CALL EVENTS CALL ATTEMPT (CAA) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded CAA All Voice call, data call Idle Recorded when call attempted (SEND key pressed) Nemo Outdoor, Nemo Indoor

Nemo Tools Parameters Name Call type

Type Integer

Description Call type 1 = Voice call 2 = Markov call (CDMA) 3 = Data call 4 = Fax call 5 = Dial-up based data call 6 = Loopback call (CDMA) Number of mobile originated calls during session The ordinal number of the calls originated during a measurement session Called number Phone number in which to make the call

#MOC

Integer

Number

String

Parameters for Markov Call Name Call type Type Integer Description Call type 1 = Voice call 2 = Markov call (CDMA) 3 = Data call 4 = Fax call Number of mobile originated calls during session The ordinal number of the calls originated during a measurement session Called number Phone number in which to make the call

#MOC

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Markov rate

Integer

Markov call rate Parameter describes the frame rate set to be used with Markov call. 0 = Variable rate 1 = Full rate 2 = Half rate 4 = Quarter rate 8 = Eight rate

Example: CAA +32.123456 +64.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.156 1 45 12345678

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INCOMING CALL (CAI) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded CAI All Voice call, data call Idle Recorded when setup message has arrived from the network. Setup is used instead of paging request, because the information of the call type (voice or data; voice is only acceptable here) is first available in the setup messaging. Nemo Outdoor, Nemo Indoor

Nemo Tools Parameters Name Call type

Type Integer

Description Call type 1 = Voice call 2 = Markov call (CDMA) 3 = Data call 4 = Fax call Number of mobile terminated calls during session The ordinal number of the calls terminated during a measurement session Calling number Phone number from which the call is originated.

#MTC

Integer

Number

String

Example: CAI +32.123456 +64.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.156 1 23 12345678

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4.1.3

CALL CONNECT SUCCESS (CAC) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded CAC All Voice call, data call Call active Recorded on three different stages of call establishment Nemo Outdoor, Nemo Indoor

Nemo Tools Parameters Name Call status

Type Integer

Description Call connecting status 1 = Accessed to a dedicated traffic channel 2 = Alerting 3 = Called party answered 4 = Dial-up connection established Call attempt time Time (in seconds) elapsed from call attempt to reaching the state Number of current timeslot In systems where this is not available, value is set to -1. NOTE: In case of HSCSD data test call, used timeslots are listed in a DCHI event.

Call att. time TN

Integer

Integer

Example: CAC +32.123456 +64.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.156 2 3 0

7 for a list of OS RAS cause values). data call Idle Recorded when there was a timeout or call release before TCH connection achieved.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. the value is an OS RAS cause (see chapter 6.156 1 25 . Value is set –1 if cause code is not available. cause Integer Integer Example: CAF +32. Recorded on timeout after CAA or CAI event when no service available. time CS fail. Nemo Outdoor.123456 +64.4 CALL FAILED (CAF) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded CAF All Voice call. but network does not send IMMEDIATE ASSIGNMENT to the MS during “Call Attempt Timeout”) 7 = TCH blocking (GSM) (network does not send ASSIGNMENT COMMAND during “Call Attempt Timeout”) 8 = RRC connection failed 9 = Radio bearer setup failed 11 = Reserved 20 = PPP error CS call failure time Time (in seconds) elapsed from call attempt or call receiving to failing CS call failure cause If call fails due to dial-up connection error (failure status 20).24 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. CS fail.1. status Type Integer Description CS call attempt failure status 1 = timeout before connection 2 = call was released before connection 3 = service not available (call attempt is made when MS is not in coverage area) 4 = incoming call not received 5 = test system failure (rejected in Quality Survey Reports) 6 = SDCCH blocking (GSM) (MS sends CHANNEL REQUEST. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name CS fail.

Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name CS disc.7 for a list of OS RAS cause values). Otherwise CC cause code. Integer CS disc.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. network release) 3 = Dropped out of service.. Example: CAD +32.156 1 00:02:01 16 . Dedicated connection already achieved 10= Network busy (GSM) When network has not sent ALERT or CONNECT message before it sends DISCONNECT message 20= PPP Error CS call duration Time (in hh:mm:ss) elapsed from call attempt to return to control channel CS call disconnect cause If call is dropped due to a dial-up connection error (status code 20).5 CALL DISCONNECT (CAD) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded CAD All Voice call. status Type Integer CS call dur. See chapter 6. the value is an OS RAS cause (see chapter 6. 4 = Dropped during handover/handoff/hard handover 5 = Reserved 6 = Transfer timeout during data or fax test call 7 = Protocol error during data or fax test call 8 = Transfer failed during data or fax test call 9 = Modem connection failure. Value is set –1 if cause code is not available. cause Integer Description CS call disconnect status 1 = Normal disconnect 2 = Dropped call. data call Idle Recorded when back on control channel or dropped out of service Nemo Outdoor. (i.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 25 4. (GSM/UMTS).123456 +64.1.e.3 for a list of possible causes.

2 4.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Nemo Outdoor.123456 +64. Data transfer host port IP port. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Data protocol Type Integer Description Data transfer protocol 0 = Nemo protocol using modem connection (not used anymore) 1 = Nemo procotol using TCP 2 = Nemo protocol using UDP 3 = FTP 4 = HTTP 5 = SMTP 6 = POP3 Data transfer host address Connection address.156 1 “nemotechnologies. Host address String Host port Integer Example: DAA +32. Double quotes are used around the host name.1 DATA EVENTS DATA CONNECTION ATTEMPT (DAA) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded DAA All Data Call active.26 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.com” 224 . Packet active Recorded when data connection is attempted to server.2. String format is preferred if possible.

NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 27 4.123456 +64. Packet active Recorded when data connect received from server Nemo Outdoor. Data connection rate uplink Connection rate in bit/s assigned by the network Value is set –1 if not available.2 DATA CONNECTION SUCCESS (DAC) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools DAC All Data Call active. Data connection rate downlink Connection rate in bit/s assigned by the network Value is set –1 if not available.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.2. rate DL Integer Conn. Nemo Indoor Parameters Name Conn. rate UL Integer Example: DAC +32.156 23 9600 -1 . Conn. time Type Integer Description Data connection establishment time Time (in seconds) elapsed from data connection attempt to connection with Data Tester.

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DATA CONNECTION FAILED (DAF) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded DAF All Data Call active, Packet active Recorded after DAA event when connection attempt fails. Nemo Outdoor, Nemo Indoor

Nemo Tools Parameters Name Data fail. status

Type Integer

Description Data connection failure status 1 = User abort 2 = Socket opening error (Socket cause) 3 = Protocol error or timeout 5 = Reserved Data connection establishment failure time Time from attempt to failure in seconds. Data connection failure cause Cause code returned by operating system socket subsystem or transfer protocol subsystem. -1 if not available. See chapter 6.10 for a list of possible socket error codes.

Data fail. time

Integer

Data fail. cause

Integer

Example: DAF +32.123456 +64.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.156 1 5 -1

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4.2.4

DATA DISCONNECT (DAD) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools DAD All Data Call active, Packet active Recorded when data connection is disconnected. Nemo Outdoor, Nemo Indoor

Parameters Name Data disc. status Type Integer Description Data disconnect status 1 = Normal data disconnect 2 = Socket error (Socket cause) 3 = Protocol error or timeout 11 = Reserved Data connection duration Time from attempt to disconnect in seconds. Data disconnect cause Cause code returned by operating system socket subsystem or transfer protocol subsystem. -1 if not available. See chapter 6.10 for a list of possible socket error codes.

Conn. duration Disc. cause

Integer Integer

Example: DAD +32.123456 +64.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.156 1 1 -1

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DATA TRANSFER REQUEST (DREQ) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded DREQ All Data Data transfer Recorded when data transfer is requested from server Nemo Outdoor, Nemo Indoor

Nemo Tools

Parameters for Nemo test protocol Name Data protocol Type Integer Description Data transfer protocol 0 = Nemo protocol using modem connection (not used anymore) 1 = Nemo protocol using TCP 2 = Nemo protocol using UDP Data transfer direction 1 = Uplink 2 = Downlink Transferred file size Amount of data to be transferred in bytes Data transfer packet size Packet size used in data transfer in bytes Data transfer bit rate limit Transfer rate limit used in the transfer, -1 if not available (or unlimited). Ping packet size Ping packet size is the size of the ping packet in bytes. The value also determines the size of the reply packet. Ping rate Ping rate determines the delay between two consecutive ping requests in milliseconds. Ping timeout Ping timeout determines the maximum time in milliseconds between a ping request and the reply. If this time is exceeded, ping measurement event is created using the timeout parameter (=-1).

Transf. dir.

Integer

File size Packet size Rate limit

Integer Integer Integer

Ping size

Integer

Ping rate

Integer

Ping timeout

Integer

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Parameters for FTP and HTTP Name Data protocol Transf. dir. Type Integer Description Data transfer protocol 3 = FTP 4 = HTTP Data transfer direction 1 = Uplink 2 = Downlink Transferred file size Amount of data to be transferred in bytes. Data transfer filename Requested filename in double quotes. Data transfer attempt number

Integer

File size Filename Transf. att. #

Integer String Integer

Parameters for SMTP and POP3 Name Data protocol Transf. dir. Type Integer Description Data transfer protocol 5 = SMTP 6 = POP3 Data transfer direction 1 = Uplink 2 = Downlink Transferred email size Amount of data to be transferred in bytes. Email filename Requested email filename in double quotes.

Integer

Email size Email filename

Integer String

Example: DREQ +32.123456 +64.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.156 1 1 –1 128 50000 32 15000 10000

See chapter 6. See chapter 6.32 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. status Integer Fail.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. -1 if not available. (not used anymore) 1 = Nemo procotol using TCP 2 = Nemo protocol using UDP 3 = FTP 4 = HTTP 5 = SMTP 6 = POP3 Data transfer status 1 = Transfer successful 2 = Socket error 3 = Protocol error or timeout Data transfer failure cause Cause code returned by operating system socket subsystem or transfer protocol subsystem.6 DATA TRANSFER COMPLETED (DCOMP) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools DCOMP All Data Data Transfer Recorded when data transfer is stopped.156 1 1 -1 . Nemo Indoor Parameters Name Data protocol Type Integer Description Data transfer protocol 0 = Nemo protocol using modem connection.10 for a list of possible socket error codes. cause Integer Example: DCOMP +32. Nemo Outdoor.123456 +64.9 for a list of possible data transfer failure cause codes.2. Transf.

Transfer average results recorded once immediately after DCOMP or DAD event. Average throughput downlink Average throughput uplink Transferred bytes uplink Cumulative amount of data transferred in bytes in uplink direction. rate UL Sent bytes Integer Integer Integer Receiv.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. The values range from 0 to 115200. bytes DL Integer Example: DAS +32. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name TPut status Type Integer Description Throughput status 1 = intermediate result 2 = connection (from DAC to DAD) total result 3 = transfer (from DREQ to DCOMP) total result Throughput uplink Data transfer rate in bits per second.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 33 4. Transferred bytes downlink Cumulative amount of data transferred in bytes in downlink direction. Nemo Outdoor.156 1 8700 -1 10000 -1 . Rate UL Integer Rate DL Integer Avg.7 DATA THROUGHPUT (DAS) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded DAS All Data Data Transfer Intermediate results recorded periodically during data transfer.2. Value is set to -1 if not available. rate DL Avg.123456 +64. Value is set to -1 if not available. Throughput downlink Data transfer rate in bits per second. The values range from 0 to 115200.

Values range from 0 to 100 (%) Value is –1 if not available.8 PACKET ERROR RATE (PER) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools PER All Data Data Transfer Recorded periodically during data transfers. Packet error rate downlink PER value calculated by measurement system. Nemo Outdoor.156 2 -1 . Nemo Indoor Parameters Name PER UL Type Float Description Packet error rate uplink PER value calculated by measurement system.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.123456 +64.2. Values range from 0 to 100 (%) Value is –1 if not available. PER DL Float Example: PER +32.34 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.

If this time is exceeded.0. ping measurement event is created using the timeout parameter (=-1).1" 32 1000 10000 . Ping timeout Ping timeout determines the maximum time in milliseconds between a ping request and the reply.2.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 35 4. CS Data Data transfer Recorded when ping measurement session is started. Double quotes are used around the host name. The value also determines the size of the reply packet. Ping host String Ping size Integer Ping rate Integer Ping timeout Integer Example: PREQ +32.0. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters: Name Ping protocol Type Integer Description Ping protocol 0 = Nemo protocol using modem connection 1 = Nemo procotol using TCP 2 = Nemo protocol using UDP 3 = ICMP Ping host address Target host for the ping session. Ping rate Ping rate determines the delay between two consecutive ping requests in milliseconds. Nemo Outdoor. String format is preferred if possible.123456 +64.156 3 "127.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.9 PING SESSION REQUEST (PREQ) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded PREQ All PS Data. Ping packet size Ping packet size is the size of the ping packet in bytes.

Nemo Outdoor.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.2. cause Integer Example: PCOMP +32. CS Data Data transfer Recorded when ping measurement session is stopped. -1 if not available.156 3 1 -1 .36 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.123456 +64.10 PING SESSION COMPLETED (PCOMP) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded PCOMP All PS Data. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Ping protocol Type Integer Description Ping protocol 0 = Nemo protocol using modem connection 1 = Nemo protocol using TCP 2 = Nemo protocol using UDP 3 = ICMP Ping session status 1 = Session successful 2 = Socket error 3 = Protocol error or timeout Ping session failure cause Cause code returned by operating system socket subsystem. Ping status Integer Ping fail.

11 PING (PING) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded PING All Data Data transfer Recorded only during packet data tests. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Ping size Type Integer Description Ping packet size Size of the packet. Nemo Outdoor. This will affect the delay of the packet transfer so it is recorded here.2.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 37 4.156 128 350 .654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Value is –1 if a timeout occurs.123456 +64. Each product defines intermediate recording interval in seconds separately. Ping round trip time Delay time in milliseconds. Intermediate results recorded periodically during a data transfer. Ping RTT Integer Example: PING +32. Values range from 0 to 100 000.

Neighbor C2 . The values range from 0 to 65535.38 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.1 MEASUREMENT EVENTS RX LEVEL (RXL) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded RXL GSM. ARFCN BSIC Integer Integer RxLev full Integer RxLev sub Integer C1 C2 nARFCN nBSIC nRxLev nC1 nC2 Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer . AMPS. RX level full 255 if not available. -100 if not available. DAMPS. -100 if not available. NAMPS. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters for GSM Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM1800 3 = GSM 1900 22 = GSM 850 Channel number Channel number used Base station identification code -1 if not available. The values range from -120 to -10. -100 if not available. C2 Signed. Neighbor channel number Neighbor base station identification code Neighbor RX level Neighbor C1. RX level sub 255 if not available.3 4. UMTS All Always Recorded when measurement sample is received from mobile Nemo Outdoor.3. The values range from -120 to -10. C1 Signed. -100 if not available.

654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.156 1 55 27 -88 –88 33 33 77 27 –96 . Neighbor cellular system Neighbor channel number Neighbor digital color code. . and AMPS Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 4 = AMPS 800 5 = DAMPS 800 6 = DAMPS 1900 9 = NAMPS 800 Channel number Channel number used.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 39 Parameters for DAMPS.. Digital color code -1 if not available RSSI 255 if not available.123456 +64.. The values range from -120 to -10. Neighbor RX level Channel DCC RSSI Integer Integer Integer nSystem nCh nDCC nRXL Integer Integer Integer Integer Example: RXL +32. NAMPS.

Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer . UMTS All Always Recorded when measurement sample is received from mobile Nemo Outdoor. -100 if not available. -100 if not available. C2 Signed. C31 Signed. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM 1800 3 = GSM 1900 22 = GSM 850 Number of channels Number of channels in the event. Channel number Base station identification code RX level full 255 if not available. HCS threshold Values range from –48dBm to –110dBm. The values range from -120 to -10. -100 if not available. The values range from -120 to -10. -100 if not available. For GSM systems the first channel is the serving cell channel and the rest are neighboring channels.40 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. Number of parameters per channel The parameter tells how many entries there are per channel. #Chs Integer Params / ch ARFCN BSIC RxLev full Integer Integer Integer Integer RxLev sub Integer RX level sub 255 if not available.3. 255 if not available.2 ENHANCED RX LEVEL (ERXL) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded ERXL GSM. C32 Signed. HCS priority class Values range from 0 to 7. C1 C2 C31 C32 HCS priority HCS thr. C1 Signed.

654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.123456 +64.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 41 CI Integer Cell identification Values range from 0 to 65535.156 1 2 8 55 27 -88 –88 33 33 33 33 77 27 –96 –96 33 33 33 33 59001 . Example: ERXL +32.

set to -1.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.3. CDMA 2000 All Always Recorded when measurement sample is received from mobile Nemo Outdoor. available only for active set. Walsh Integer Ec/I0 Integer Example: ECIO +32. The values range from -35 to 3.42 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.3 EC/I0 (ECIO) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded ECIO cdmaOne.156 120 0 12 –6 130 2 0 -15 … .123456 +64. If not available. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Pn Set Type Integer Integer Description Pilot number Set information 0 = Active 1 = Candidate 2 = Neighbor 3 = Remainder Walsh code Walsh code used. Ec/I0 255 if not available.

Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 Number of parameters per pilot The parameter tells how many entries there are per pilot. The values range from 1 to 6.3. Pilot number Set information. set size PN Set Integer Integer Integer Ec/I0 Integer . Pilot number Set information 0 = Active 1 = Candidate 2 = Neighbor 3 = Remainder Ec/I0 active values 255 if not available. The values range from -35 to 3. CDMA 2000 All Always Recorded when measurement sample is received from mobile Nemo Outdoor. available only for active set. Params / pilot Act. set size PN Set Integer Integer Integer Integer Ec/I0 Integer Walsh Integer Cand. 0 = Active 1 = Candidate 2 = Neighbor 3 = Remainder Ec/I0 candidate value 255 if not available. The values range from 0 to 6. Walsh code Walsh code used.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 43 4. Active set size Number of pilots in active set.4 ENHANCED EC/I0 (EECI0) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded EECI0 cdmaOne. set to -1. If not available. Candidate set size Number of pilots in candidate set. The values range from -35 to 3.

If not available.44 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n Walsh Integer Walsh code Walsh code used. 0 = Active 1 = Candidate 2 = Neighbor 3 = Remainder Ec/I0 neighbor value 255 if not available. set to -1. 0 = Active 1 = Candidate 2 = Neighbor 3 = Remainder Ec/I0 remainder values 255 if not available.123456 +64. The values range from 0 to 511. Neigh. Pilot number Set information. available only for active set.156 7 4 2 1 0 –20 1 2 0 –25 1 0 0 0 . set size PN Set Integer Integer Integer Ec/I0 Integer Walsh Integer Rem. set size PN Set Integer Integer Integer Ec/I0 Integer Walsh Integer Walsh code Walsh code used. Walsh code Walsh code used. set to -1. Pilot number Set information. If not available. set to -1. The values range from -35 to 3. If not available. Example: EECIO +32. available only for active set. The values range from -35 to 3. Neighbor set size Number of pilots in neighbor set.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. available only for active set. Remainder set size Number of pilots in remainder set. The values range from 0 to 24.

the value is set to -1. Example: RXTX +32.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 45 4. TX power Values range from 30 to -120 dBm.156 -60 4 0 .5 RX/TX (RXTX) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded RXTX cdmaOne. Power control Power control information received from base station. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name RX power TX power Power ctrl Type Integer Integer Integer Description RX power Values range from 30 to -120 dBm.123456 +64. CDMA 2000 All Always Recorded when mobile phone reports the information Nemo Outdoor. (0/1) If not available.3.

123456 +64. DAMPS All Call active Recorded when mobile phone reports the information. Values range from 0 to 7.6 RX QUALITY (RXQ) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded RXQ GSM. Values range from 0 to 7.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.123456 +64.46 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.3. RxQual sub Integer Example: RXQ +32. Values range from 0 to 7. RX quality sub Quality value reported when DTX is active. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters for GSM Name RxQual full Type Integer Description RX quality full Quality value reported when DTX is inactive. Reserved Reserved Integer Example: RXQ +32. Set to -1 if not available. Set to -1 if not available. RXQ value is written to output file only when the value is changed from the previous value Nemo Outdoor.156 2 0 Parameters for DAMPS Name BER class Type Integer Description BER class BER class value reported by mobile. Set to -1 if not available.156 2 .

255 if not available. Values range from 0dB to –28dB. Number of timeslot results Timeslot interference Timeslot interference level relative to C value.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Integer Float Example: PRXQ +32. Packet active Recorded when mobile phone reports the information. RxQual C value Integer Integer SIGN_VAR Float #TSL results TSL interf. PRXQ value is written to output file only when the value is changed from the previous value Nemo Outdoor. C value Values range from –120dBm to –48dBm. 255 if not available. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM 1800 3 = GSM 1900 22 = GSM 850 RX quality Values range from 0 to 7.75dB².7 PACKET CHANNEL RX QUALITY (PRXQ) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded PRXQ GSM All Attach.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 47 4. 255 if not available.3.123456 +64. Signal variance Values range from 0dB² to 15.156 2 0 –80 0 8 255 255 255 255 255 255 -20 –20 .

cdmaOne.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.3. This calculation is based only on TCH frames.123456 +64.156 0 10 15 . Values range from 0 to 100 (%) Frame error rate sub Reported by mobile. Values range from 0 to 100 (%) FER sub Integer FER TCH Integer Example: FER +32. This value is calculated as the ration of erroneous frames to the number of sent frames.8 FRAME ERROR RATE (FER) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded FER GSM. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name FER full Type Integer Description Frame error rate full Reported by mobile. Values range from 0 to 100 (%) Frame error rate TCH Reported by mobile.48 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. CDMA 2000 All Always Recorded when mobile phone reports the information Nemo Outdoor.

9 ENHANCED FRAME ERROR RATE (EFER) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded EFER cdmaOne. Values range from 0 to 100 (%) Frame error rate for supplemental channel Reported by mobile.0 0. Float FER suppl.156 15 2.123456 +64. Float Example: EFER +32.0 .NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 49 4. Values range from 0 to 100 (%).3. Values range from 0 to 100 (%) Frame error rate for fundamental channel Reported by mobile.0 if not available (IS-95) FER (dec) Float FER fund.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.0 2. CDMA 2000 All Always Recorded when mobile phone reports the information Nemo Outdoor. –1. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 Frame error rate (decimal) Total (fundamental channel + supplemental channe) frame error rate value reported by mobile.

Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name MSP Type Integer Description MS power level Reported mobile station power level class Values range from 0 to 32 (GSM) Values range from 0 to 15 (DAMPS) Example: MSP +32. Packet active Recorded when the mobile phone reports the information.156 5 .50 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.123456 +64.3.10 MS POWER (MSP) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded MSP GSM. MSP event is written to the output file only when the value is changed from the previous value Nemo Outdoor. DAMPS All Call active.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.

RLT event is written to output file only when value is changed from previous value.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 51 4.11 RADIO LINK TIMEOUT (RLT) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded RLT GSM All Call active Recorded when mobile phone reports the information.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.156 20 .123456 +64. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name RLT Type Integer Description Radio link timeout Values range from 0 to 64.3. Example: RLT +32. Nemo Outdoor.

3. Nemo Outdoor. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name TA Type Integer Description Timing advance Reported timing advance.156 1 . Example: TAD +32. TAD event is written to the output file only when the value is changed from the previous value. Values range from 0 to 63.123456 +64.12 TIMING ADVANCE (TAD) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded TAD GSM All Call active. Packet active.52 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. attach Recorded when the mobile phone reports the information.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.

Example: TAL +32.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.123456 +64.156 1 . Nemo Outdoor. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name TAL Type Integer Description Timing alignment Reported timing alignment.13 TIMING ALIGNMENT (TAL) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded TAL DAMPS All Call active Recorded when the mobile phone reports the information. TAL event is written to the output file only when the value is changed from the previous value.3. Values range from 0 to 30.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 53 4.

123456 +64.156 20 35 . Nemo Outdoor.14 DOWNLINK SIGNALING COUNTER (DSC) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded DSC GSM PS Data Always Recorded when mobile phone reports the information. Example: DSC +32.3.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name DSC current DSC max Type Integer Integer Description Downlink signaling counter current Values range from 0 to 45.54 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. Downlink signaling counter maximum Values range from 0 to 45.

Markov bad eighth frames Number of bad frames received at eighth rate codec speed. Integer Example: MAS +32. Markov bad full frames Number of bad frames received at full rate codec speed. Integer Total 1/8 frames Bad 1/1 fr. Integer Total 1/4 fr. Markov bad half frames Number of bad frames received at half rate codec speed. Integer Integer Bad 1/2 frames Bad 1/4 fr. Integer Total 1/2 fr. MAS cdmaOne.3. Markov total eighth frames Number of frames received with eighth rate codec speed.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 55 4. Markov total half frames Number of frames received with half rate codec speed. CDMA 2000 Markov call Always Nemo Outdoor. Nemo Indoor Stats status Integer Total 1/1 fr.156 7 1 100 72 90 54 10 7 9 2 .654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Markov total quarter frames Number of frames received with quarter rate codec speed. Integer Integer Bad 1/8 fr.15 MARKOV STATISTICS (MAS) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 Markov statistics status 1 = Intermediate result 2 = Call total result Markov total full frames Number of frames received with full rate codec speed.123456 +64. Markov bad quarter frames Number of bad frames received at quarter rate codec speed.

56 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. Mean bit error probability coefficient (GMSK) Values range from 0 to 1.123456 +64. Nemo Indoor MEAN_BEP GMSK CV_BEP GMSK MEAN_BEP 8-PSK CV_BEP 8PSK Float Float Float Float Example: BEP +32. Mean bit error probability coefficient (8PSK) Values range from 0 to 1. BEP GSM (EGPRS) All Always Recorded when the mobile reports the information.75.6 .16 BIT ERROR PROBABILITY (BEP) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters for GSM Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM 1800 3 = GSM 1900 22 = GSM 850 Mean bit error probability (GMSK)) Values range from 0 to 100.3. Mean bit error probability (8-PSK) Values range from 0 to 100. Nemo Outdoor.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.156 3 60 0.5 70 0.75.

Nemo Outdoor. CI GSM All Always Recorded when the mobile reports the information..123456 +64. Number of timeslot C/I result values.156 1 55 27 -88 . .NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 57 4. Values range from -5 to 25 dB. Nemo Indoor Ch C/I #TSL C/I values TSL C/I Float Integer Float Example: CI +32.17 CARRIER PER INTERFERENCE (CI) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters for GSM Name System Type Integer Description Cellular System 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM 1800 3 = GSM 1900 22 = GSM 850 Channel C/I.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.. Values range from -5 to 25 dB. Timeslot C/I.3.

mode #UL pwr up Integer Integer Integer #UL pwr down Integer Example: TXPC +32. Nemo Indoor TX power Pwr ctrl alg.156 12 10 0 1 0 750 750 .3. Number of "UL power down" commands Number of received "UL power down" commands (BTS à mobile). TX power control algorithm 0 = power control algorithm 1 1 = power control algorithm 2 TX power control step size Values range from 1 to 2 dB. Integer Integer Pwr ctrl step Compr.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.58 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. Compressed mode.123456 +64. 0 = No compressed mode 1 = Compressed mode.18 TX POWER CONTROL (TXPC) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 TX power Values range from –99 to 99 dBm. TXPC UMTS All Always Nemo Outdoor. Number of "UL power up" commands Number of received "UL power up" commands (BTS à mobile).

Number of "downlink power down" commands Number of sent "downlink power down" commands (mobile à BTS).123456 +64.156 12 255 255 -5. SIR BS div.3. Nemo Indoor Parameters for UMTS Name Type System Integer Reserved Reserved SIR target Integer Integer Float Description Cellular system 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 Reserved Reserved Signal-to-interference ratio target Current target SIR at update time in dB.0 -10.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 59 4. state Float Integer #DL pwr up Integer #DL pwr down Integer Example: RXPC +32.19 RX POWER CONTROL (RXPC) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools RXPC UMTS. cdmaOne. 0 = not active 1 = closed loop mode 1 2 = closed loop mode 2 Number of "downlink power up" commands Number of sent "downlink power up" commands (mobile à BTS).0 0 750 750 . Values range from –32 to 30.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Signal-to-interference ratio Values range from –32 to 30 dB BS diversity state Base Station TX closed loop diversity state. CDMA 2000 All Always Nemo Outdoor.

0 7.0 6.123456 +64.0 .9 3.9 3.156 15 6.0 20.60 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n Parameters for cdmaOne and CDMA 2000 Name Type Description System Integer Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 FCH current Float Fundamental channel current setpoint SP Current power control subchannel outer loop setpoint for the forward fundamental channel (dB) FCH min SP Float Fundamental channel minimum setpoint Minimum value of the power control subchannel outer loop setpoint for the forward fundamental channel (dB) Fundamental channel maximum setpoint Maximum value of the power control subchannel outer loop setpoint for the forward fundamental channel (dB) Supplemental channel current setpoint Current power control subchannel outer loop setpoint for the forward supplemental channel (dB) Supplemental channel minimum setpoint Minimum value of the power control subchannel outer loop setpoint for the forward supplemental channel (dB) Supplemental channel maximum setpoint Maximum value of the power control subchannel outer loop setpoint for the forward supplemental channel (dB) FCH max SP Float SCH current SP Float SCH min SP Float SCH max SP Float Example: RXPC +32.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.

0 15. Packet active Recorded when mobile phone reports the information.3. Bit error rate Estimated raw BER before channel coding based on TFCI bits. Values range from 0 to 100.20 BIT ERROR RATE (BER) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded BER UMTS All Idle.123456 +64.0 . Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 CPICH bit error rate Raw BER estimated from CPICH bits.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 61 4. Nemo Outdoor.156 12 10. Call active. Values range from 0 to 100.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. CPICH BER BER Float Float Example: BER +32.

Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 Number of channels Carrier number Carrier RSSI Number of parameters per cell Number of active set cells Carrier number Scrambling code Ec/No active set STTD status 0 = STTD not active on PCCPCH. Number of monitored set cells Carrier number Scrambling code Ec/No monitored cell STTD status 0 = STTD not active on PCCPCH. cells Integer Integer . Number of detected set cells #Chs UARFCN Carrier RSSI #Params / cell #Active cells UARFCN Scrambling code Ec/No STTD Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer RSCP #Monit.3. 1 = STTD active on PCCPCH RSCP Values range from –115 to –25 dBm.62 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. cells UARFCN Scrambling code Ec/No STTD Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer RSCP #Detect. UMTS All Always Recorded when measurement sample is received from mobile Nemo Outdoor.21 EC/NO (ECNO) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded ECN0 GSM. 1 = STTD active on PCCPCH RSCP Values range from –115 to –25 dBm.

156 12 1 10737 -67 5 1 10737 4 -2 0 –69 1 10737 3 -17 0 –84 0 0 .NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 63 UARFCN Scrambling code Ec/No STTD Integer Integer Integer Integer Carrier number Scrambling code Ec/No detected cell STTD status 0 = STTD not active on PCCPCH. cells UARFCN Scrambling code Ec/No STTD Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer RSCP Integer Example: ECN0 +32.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. 1 = STTD active on PCCPCH RSCP Values range from –115 to –25 dBm. Number of undetected set cells Carrier number Scrambling code Ec/No undetected cell STTD status 0 = STTD not active on PCCPCH. 1 = STTD active on PCCPCH RSCP Values range from –115 to –25 dBm. RSCP #Undet.123456 +64.

22 PHYSICAL CHANNEL DATA THROUGHPUT (PHDAS) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded PHDAS UMTS All Always Recorded when mobile phone reports the information.156 12 50000 . DPDCH rate UL Integer Example: PHDAS +32.123456 +64.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.64 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. Nemo Outdoor.3. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 Uplink DPDCH bit rate In bits per second.

23 PPP LAYER DATA THROUGHPUT (PPPDAS) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name PPP rate UL PPP rate DL Sent PPP bytes Type Integer Integer Integer Description PPP throughput uplink Data transfer rate in bits per second. PPP throughput downlink Data transfer rate in bits per second.123456 +64.156 8700 2300 100000 18000 . PPP bytes Integer Example: PPPDAS +32. Packet session Intermediate results recorded when value changes. Nemo Indoor Recv. PPPDAS All Data Data call.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 65 4. Transferred PPP bytes uplink Cumulative amount of data transferred in bytes in uplink direction during the packet session. Transferred PPP bytes downlink Cumulative amount of data transferred in bytes in downlink direction during the packet session. Nemo Outdoor.3.

66 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.3. RLP forward user throughput Forward user throughput in radio link protocol layer (bps) RLP reverse retransmission throughput Reverse retransmission throughput in radio link protocol layer (bps) RLP forward retransmission throughput Forward retransmission throughput in radio link protocol layer (bps) RLP R-rate Integer RLP F-rate Integer RLP R-retrans.123456 +64.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 RLP reverse user throughput Reverse user throughput in radio link protocol layer (bps).24 RLP DATA THROUGHPUT (RLPDAS) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded RLPDAS cdmaOne. CDMA 2000 Data Data transfer Recorded when measurement sample is received from mobile Nemo Outdoor.156 15 4066 2178 80 0 . Integer RLP F-retrans. Integer Example: RLPDAS +32.

.156 1 55 27 -88 . cellular system is marked as GSM 900 Channel number Base station identification code -1 if not available.123456 +64. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters for GSM Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM 1800 3 = GSM 1900 22 = GSM 850 NOTE! If scanned cellular system is GSM 900/1800.1 SCANNING EVENTS SCANNING RESULTS (SCAN) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded SCAN All RSSI scan.4 4. The values range from 120 to -10. RX level 255 if not available.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. ARFCN BSIC Integer Integer RxLev Integer Example: SCAN +32. The values range from 0 to 63. pilot scan Idle Recorded when measurement results received from a mobile or a scanner Nemo Outdoor.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 67 4.4. ..

129 8 425 4 -19 Parameters for cdmaOne (RSSI Mode) Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 Reserved Carrier RSSI Integer Integer Integer Always 0 Carrier number RSSI 255 if not available.320250 269 4 1 9 0 13:27:26.129 8 0 4 -19 … . NAMPS. Carrier PN Ec/Io Integer Integer Integer Example: SCAN -97.476050 33.68 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n Parameters for AMPS. Example: SCAN -97. The values range from -120 to 0.476050 33.969350 194 10913 1 9 0 18:38:40.320250 269 4 1 9 0 13:27:26. The values range from 120 to -10.353 4 1 -1 -98 … Parameters for cdmaOne (Pilot Mode) Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 Carrier number ≠0 Pilot number Ec/Io 255 if not available. The values range from -35 to 3.042683 32. Channel DCC Integer Integer Example: SCAN -97. and DAMPS Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 4 = AMPS 800 5 = DAMPS 800 6 = DAMPS 1900 9 = NAMPS 800 Channel number Digital color code -1 if not available RXL Integer RX level 255 if not available.

Ec/No P-SCH The average received chip power to noise ratio. Reserved Reserved Integer Integer Carrier number RSSI 255 if not available. Always 0.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 69 Parameters for UMTS (Pilot Mode) Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 Carrier number Wideband RSSI Channel type 1 = CPICH 2 = P SCH 3 = S SCH 4 = CPICH (TX diversity) 5 = PPCH -1 = NA Scrambling code Ec/No CPICH The average received chip power to noise ratio.042683 32. The values range from -120 to -10.353 1 0 -1 -1 77 -27 … .969350 194 10913 1 9 0 18:38:40.353 1 55 27 88 77 27 … Parameters for UMTS (RSSI Mode) Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 Channel number. Ec/No S-SCH The average received chip power to noise ratio. UARFCN RSSI Ch type Integer Integer Integer Scrambling code CPICH Ec/No P-SCH Ec/No S-SCH Ec/No Integer Integer Integer Integer Example: SCAN -97.969350 194 10913 1 9 0 18:38:40.042683 32. Channel number Not used Not used UARFCN RSSI Integer Example: SCAN -97.

Timeslot scan S-SCH (Ec/No) The average received chip power to noise ratio.123456 +64. Nemo Outdoor.70 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.4. Timeslot scan SCH (Ec/No) The average received chip power to noise ratio. .2 TIMESLOT SCANNING RESULTS (TSCAN) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded TSCAN UMTS Pilot scan Idle Recorded when measurement results received from mobile or scanner.156 12 10700 -50 -1 0 –10 .. UARFCN RSSI Ch type Integer Integer Integer Chip P-SCH Ec/No SCH Ec/No Integer Integer Integer S-SCH Ec/No Integer Example: TSCAN +32. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters for UMTS Name Type System Integer Description Cellular system 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 Carrier number Wideband RSSI Channel type 1 = CPICH 2 = P SCH 3 = S SCH 4 = CPICH (TX diversity) 5 = PPCH -1 = NA Chip number UMTS chip number Timeslot scan P-SCH (Ec/No) The average received chip power to noise ratio..654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.

156 12 10700 -50 1 0 10 .654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 71 4..4. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters for UMTS Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 Carrier number Wideband RSSI Channel type 1 = CPICH Scrambling code Delay spread CPICH Delay spread P-SCH Delay spread S-SCH UARFCN RSSI Ch type Scrambling code CPICH spread P-SCH spread S-SCH spread Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Example: DSCAN +32.3 DELAY SPREAD (DSCAN) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded DSCAN UMTS Pilot scan Idle Recorded when measurement results received from mobile or scanner. Nemo Outdoor. ..123456 +64.

. Because of that the actual chip delay for cdmaOne 800 and cdmaOne 1900 is 32 less than the delay value in this event. Value is – 1 if not available. UMTS Pilot scan Idle Recorded when measurement results received from a mobile or a scanner in Pilot Mode Nemo Outdoor.123456 +64.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.72 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4..156 7 425 1 5 . Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters for cdmaOne Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 Carrier number Pilot number Delay Minimum value of delay is always 0. Carrier PN Delay Integer Integer Integer Example: DELAY +32.4..4 DELAY (DELAY) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded DELAY cdmaOne.

Delay S-SCH Time between first and last pilot Ec/No peak above the PN threshold (in chips). ..123456 +64. Delay P-SCH Time between first and last pilot Ec/No peak above the PN threshold (in chips).654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. UARFCN RSSI Ch type Integer Integer Integer Scrambling code CPICH delay P-SCH delay S-SCH delay Integer Integer Integer Integer Example: DELAY +32.156 12 425 1 1 2 10 ..NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 73 Parameters for UMTS Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 Carrier number Wideband RSSI Channel type 1 = CPICH 2 = P SCH 3 = S SCH -1 = NA Scrambling code Delay CPICH Time between first and last pilot Ec/No peak above the PN threshold (in chips).

Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 Carrier number Wideband RSSI Channel type 1 = CPICH 2 = P SCH 3 = S SCH 4 = CPICH (TX diversity) 5 = PPCH -1 = NA Scrambling code Received signal code power (CPICH) Received signal code power (P-SCH) Received signal code power (S-SCH) UARFCN RSSI Ch type Integer Integer Integer Scrambling code CPICH RSCP P-SCH RSCP S-SCH RSCP Integer Integer Integer Integer Example: RSCP +32.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.4.74 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.156 12 10700 -50 1 -61 2 … .123456 +64.5 RSCP (RSCP) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded RSCP UMTS Pilot scan Idle Recorded when measurement results are received from a mobile or a scanner. Nemo Outdoor.

Nemo Outdoor. Value is 255 if not available. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer UARFCN RSSI Ch type Integer Integer Integer Scrambling code CPICH SIR Integer Integer Description Cellular system 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 Carrier number Wideband RSSI Channel type 1 = CPICH 2 = P SCH 3 = S SCH 4 = CPICH (TX diversity) 5 = PPCH -1 = NA Scrambling code Signal-to-interference ratio CPICH The values range from 0 to 30 dB.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Example: SSCAN +32.123456 +64.6 SIR (SSCAN) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded SSCAN UMTS Pilot scan Idle Recorded when measurement results are received from a mobile or a scanner.156 12 10750 -86 1 320 14 .4.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 75 4.

Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters for UMTS Name Type System Integer Description Cellular system 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 Carrier number Scrambling code Channel type 1 = CPICH 2 = P SCH 3 = S SCH 4 = CPICH (TX diversity) 5 = PPCH -1 = NA Number of delay profile samples Delay profile sample offset Delay in ½ chip resolution. Delay profile sample UARFCN Scrambling code Ch type Integer Integer Integer #Samples Sample offset Sample Integer Integer Integer Example: DPROF +32.156 12 10750 320 1 4 –10 2 0 7 10 27 20 5 … .4.76 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.123456 +64.7 DELAY PROFILE (DPROF) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded DPROF UMTS. cdmaOne.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. The values range from –512 to 512. Nemo Outdoor. CDMA 2000 Pilot scan All (CDMA 2000) Idle Always (CDMA 2000) Recorded when measurement results are received from a mobile or a scanner.

0 16 -2.4 -2.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 77 Parameters for cdmaOne and CDMA 2000 Name Type Description System Integer Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 #Params / Integer Number of parameters per profile prof.1 2.6 -22.1 2.1 1.8 -26.5 -26.123456 +64.1 -2.1 3.1 -26.4 -27.5 2.1 .0 -23.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.1 -27.156 15 3 40 0 –31.1 0.4 -21.1 -0.5 -20.1 0.3 -26.1 3.1 -27. PN Set type Integer Integer Pilot number Set type 0 = Active set 1 = Candidate set 2 = Neighbor set 3 = Remainder set Ec/Io Peak Ec/Io value Number of delay profile samples Delay profile sample offset Relative offset (half chips) Delay profile sample Ec/Io #Samples Sample offset Sample Float Integer Integer Integer Example: DPROF +32.9 -26.6 1.6 2.3 -27.1 2.3 2.0 -26.9 -25.1 -24.

8 RAKE FINGER ALLOCATION (FINGER) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded FINGER cdmaOne.1 -0.9 -0.78 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.7 -13. CDMA 2000 All Always Recorded when measurement results are received from a mobile Nemo Outdoor.123456 +64. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 Number of fingers Number of parameters per finger Pilot number Finger Ec/Io Finger offset Offset value (1/8 chips).5 183 -31. Finger amplitude #Fingers #Params/finger PN Finger Ec/Io Finger offset Finger ampl.8 .156 15 2 4 183 -31.9 -2.4. Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Example: FINGER +32.

cellular system is marked as GSM 900 ARFCN Base station identification code -1 if not available. ARFCN BSIC Integer Integer C/I Integer Example: CISCAN +32.9 C/I SCANNING RESULTS (CISCAN) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded CISCAN GSM RSSI scan Idle Recorded when measurement results received from a mobile or a scanner Nemo Outdoor. C/I 255 if not available.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 79 4.25 dB.. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters for GSM Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM 1800 3 = GSM 1900 22 = GSM 850 NOTE! If scanned cellular system is GSM 900/1800..123456 +64.. .156 1 55 27 14 . The values range from 0 to 63.4. The values range from 10.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.

3 = Handoff between systems. the value is the currently used channel number. Channel number Integer TSL Integer . the value is the BCCH channel number of the serving cell. Nemo Outdoor. If not available set to -1.5. If current cell does not have hopping. If hopping is in use. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name HOA type Type Integer Description Handover/ handoff attempt type Type of handover attempts (GSM) 1 = Internal Handover 2 = Handover between cells 3 = Handover between systems Type of handoff attempts (DAMPS) 1 = Handoff between sectors or Handoff to small diameter cell (SBI = 00) 2 = Handoff to small diameter cell or Handoff to large diameter cell (SBI = 01 or SBI = 10) 3 = Handoff between systems Type of handoff attempts (CDMA) 1 = Hard handoff.1 HANDOVER/HANDOFF EVENTS HANDOVER/HANDOFF ATTEMPT (HOA) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded HOA All All Always Recorded when a handover/handoff command or assignment command is initiated.5 4. Type of handover attempts (UMTS) 1 = Hard handover. Timeslot Timeslot number in use currently.80 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. 3 = Handover between systems.

TSL Attempt.2. Attempted cellular system See parameter current cellular system Attempt.5.2. this is set to 0.5. the value is the same as ARFCN If hopping flag is 1: If assignment command. In analog systems. system Integer Integer Example: HOA +32.2) Attempted timeslot Number of the new timeslot attempted. the value is the same as the serving cell BCCH If handover/handoff command. ch Integer Attempt.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 81 Current system Integer Current cellular system 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM 1800 3 = GSM 1900 4 = AMPS 800 5 = DAMPS 800 6 = DAMPS 1900 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 9 = NAMPS 800 10 = iDEN 11 = TETRA 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 14 = CDMA 2000 800 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 22 = GSM 850 Attempted channel number If hopping flag is 0 (see GSM 04.156 2 55 3 1 77 2 1 .08/ 10.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.08/ 10. the value is BCCH ARFCN (see GSM 04.123456 +64.5).

654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Example: HOS +32.156 .2 HANDOVER/HANDOFF SUCCESS (HOS) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded HOS All All Always Recorded when the handover/handoff has been completed successfully Nemo Outdoor.82 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.123456 +64.5.

See chapter 6. UMTS inter-frequency: UMTS failure cause.156 3 . UMTS inter-system: Inter-RAT handover failure cause.12 for a list of possible Inter-RAT handover failure causes. Example: HOF +32. If not available.11 for a list of possible UMTS failure causes. Nemo Indoor Parameters Name HOF cause Type Integer Description Handover/ handoff failure cause GSM: RR cause.123456 +64.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 83 4.2 for a list of possible RR causes. See chapter 6.3 HANDOVER/HANDOFF FAIL (HOF) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools HOF All All Always Recorded when handover/handoff failed Nemo Outdoor.5. set to –1. See chapter 6.

4 CELL RESELECTION (CREL) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded CREL GSM.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. UMTS All Idle.84 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.123456 +64. New location area code Location area code of the new cell. Values range from 0 to 65535. Old LAC Integer Old CI Integer New system New LAC Integer Integer New CI Integer Example: CREL +32. New cell identification Cell identification of the new cell.5. Values range from 0 to 65535. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Old system Type Integer Description Old cellular system 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM 1800 3 = GSM 1900 22 = GSM 850 Old location area code Location area code of the old cell. attach.156 1 234 56 1 432 65 . Packet active Recorded when cell reselection occurs during mobile idle state Nemo Outdoor. Old cell identification Cell identification of the old cell. Values range from 0 to 65535. Values range from 0 to 65535. New cellular system See parameter old cellular system.

5.156 12 1 .NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 85 4. Nemo Outdoor.123456 +64.5 SOFT HANDOVER EVENT INFORMATION (SHOI) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools SHOI UMTS Active Always Recorded when soft handover event occurs.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Nemo Indoor Parameters for UMTS Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 Soft handover event. 1 = Event 1A 2 = Event 1B 3 = Event 1C 4 = Event 1D 5 = Event 1E 6 = Event 1F SHO event Integer Example: SHOI +32.

5.123456 +64. RRC cause –1 if the handover was completed successfully.156 12 1 -1 1 0 106 … . Number of scrambling codes added Number of scrambling codes removed Added scrambling code number Removed scrambling code number SHO status Integer RRC cause Integer #SCs added #SCs removed Added SC Removed SC Integer Integer Integer Integer Example: SHO +32. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters for UMTS Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 Soft Handover Status 1 = Successful handover.7 on page 190 for an explanation of the failure causes. 2 = Failed handover.86 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.6 SOFT HANDOVER (SHO) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded SHO UMTS Active Always Recorded when the soft handover is completed or failed. Nemo Outdoor. See Appendix 2 chapter 6.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.

UMTS All Idle.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. 4. attach.123456 +64. Packet active Recorded when a location update request is initiated Nemo Outdoor. Measurement system writes LUA and LUS events to the beginning of the file even when real Location Update has not happened.6 LOCATION UPDATE EVENTS NOTE.156 .NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 87 4.6. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Example: LUA +32. This is done because MCC and MNC values are available only in LUS event.1 LOCATION UPDATE ATTEMPT (LUA) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded LUA GSM.

Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Old LAC Type Integer Description Old location area code Location area code of the old cell. Packet active Recorded when the location update is accepted by the network Nemo Outdoor. attach.156 234 345 33 44 . Mobile network code Values range from 0 to 99. Values range from 0 to 65535. UMTS All Idle.2 LOCATION UPDATE ACCEPTED (LUS) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded LUS GSM.6.123456 +64.88 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. New LAC Integer MCC MNC Integer Integer Example: LUS +32. Values range from 0 to 65535. New location area code Location area code of the new cell. Mobile country code Values range from 0 to 999.

UMTS All Idle.123456 +64.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 89 4. Values range from 0 to 65535.3 LOCATION UPDATE FAIL (LUF) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded LUF GSM. Packet active Recorded when the location update attempt is timed out or rejected by the network Nemo Outdoor. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name LUF status Type Integer Description Location update failure status 1 = timeout 2 = rejected by network Old location area code Location area code of the cell attempted to leave. See chapter 6. attach. Old LAC Integer MM cause Integer Example: LUF +32.1 for a list of possible MM causes.6.156 1 234 10 . Mobility management cause Set to -1 if not available.

serving cell.90 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. CDMA 2000. Nemo Outdoor. or channel type. DTX uplink 0= DTX not in use 1= DTX in use -1= N/A Ch type Integer ARFCN CI LAC DTX UL Integer Integer Integer Integer RLT max Integer Radio link timeout maximum -1 if not available. . Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters for GSM Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM 1800 3 = GSM 1900 22 = GSM 850 Channel type 1 = control channel 2 = traffic channel Channel number Cell identification Values range from 0 to 65535. Values range from 4 to 64. DAMPS. UMTS All Always Recorded when the mobile changes cellular system. Location area code Values range from 0 to 65535. cdmaOne.1 CHANNEL INFORMATION EVENTS CHANNEL INFO (CHI) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded CHI GSM. AMPS.7.7 4.

123456 +64.4kbs data 19 = TCH half rate. ch type Integer Extended channel type -1 = Not Available 1 = BCCH 2 = CCCH 3 = CBCH 4 = SDCCH 5 = RACH 10 = TCH half rate.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 91 Ext. 9. 4. first half 20 = TCH half rate. 2. second half 26 = AFS (Adaptive full rate speech) 27 = AHS (Adaptive half rate speech) 50 = PBCCH 51 = PCCCH 60 = PDTCH Timeslot number BCCH ARFCN TN BCCH ARFCN Integer Integer Example: CHI +32. first half 22 = TCH half rate.8kbs data 18 = TCH full rate. second half 23 = TCH full rate FACCH 24 = TCH half rate FACCH.8kbs data.8kbs data. 4.889650 60 2 1 6 0 16:58:58. 7. first half 11 = TCH half rate. second half 12 = TCH full rate 13 = TCH enhanced full rate 14 = TCH full rate. 14. first half 25 = TCH half rate FACCH.156 1 1 59 1226 340 -1 60 12 1 Parameters for AMPS Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 4 = AMPS 800 9 = NAMPS 800 Channel type 1 = analog control channel 2 = analog voice channel Channel number Ch type Integer Channel Integer Example: CHI -96.6kbs data 16 = TCH full rate. 4.4kbs data.459 4 1 327 . 2. second half 21 = TCH half rate.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.4kbs data.4kbs data 15 = TCH full rate. 2.982833 32.2kbs data 17 = TCH full rate.

or Residential PSID value (1) PSID (private system identification) value PSID value (2) PSID value (3) PSID value (4) LAREG Either 0 or 1. RNUM If LAREG parameter has the value of 1.459 5 1 768 1 53274 -1 -1 -1 1 15 10 .982833 32. set to –1.92 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n Parameters for DAMPS Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 5 = DAMPS 800 6 = DAMPS 1900 Channel type 1 = digital control channel 2 = digital traffic channel 3 = data channel Channel number Network type Any combination of Public. RNUM parameter will have a value. Private.889650 60 2 1 6 0 16:58:58. Ch type Integer Channel NW type Integer Integer PSID1 PSID2 PSID3 PSID4 LAREG RNUM Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer REG PERIOD Integer Example: CHI -96. Otherwise RNUM will be set to -1. REG PERIOD If not available.

ch type Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer SEARCH_WIN_A SEARCH_WIN_N SEARCH_WIN_R T_ADD Integer Integer Integer Integer T_DROP Integer T_TDROP T_COMP Integer Integer TOTAL_ZONES ZONE_TIMER BASE_ID Integer Integer Integer .NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 93 Parameters for cdmaOne and CDMA 2000 Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 Channel type 1 = paging channel 2 = traffic channel 3 = synch channel 4 = access channel Carrier number Mobile country code Values range from 0 to 4095. divide the value by two and change the sign. divide the value by two and change the sign. T_TDROP (Pilot drop timer threshold) T_COMP (Comparison threshold) Active set versus candidate set comparison threshold (L3 value).To get the actual T_ADD value. T_DROP (Pilot drop threshold) L3 value. SID (System ID) NID (Network ID) REG_ZONE (System Registration Zone) Extended channel type 1 = Paging Slotted Mode 2 = Paging Non-Slotted Mode 11 = Traffic Encrypted 12 = Traffic Non-Encrypted SEARCH_WIN_A (Size of active search window) SEARCH_WIN_N (Size of neighbor search window) SEARCH_WIN_R (Size of remaining search window) T_ADD (Pilot detection threshold) L3 value. To get the actual T_ADD value. TOTAL_ZONES (Registration zones to be retained) ZONE_TIMER (Zone timer length) BASE_ID (Base station identification) Ch type Integer Carrier MCC SID NID REG_ZONE Ext. To get the actual T_ADD value. divide the value by two and change the sign.

889650 60 2 1 6 0 16:58:58.982833 32.94 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n MAX_SLOT_CYC LE_INDEX POWER_UP_RE G POWER_DOWN_ REG PARAMETER_R EG REG_PRD REG_DIST P_REV MIN_P_REV NOM_PWR MAX_CAP_SZ AUTH ASSIGNMENT_M ODE Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer MAX_SLOT_CYCLE_INDEX (Maximum slot cycle index) POWER_UP_REG (Power-up registration indicator) POWER_DOWN_REG (Power-down registration indicator) PARAMETER_REG (Parameter-change registration indicator) REG_PRD (Registration period) REG_DIST (Registration distance) P_REV (Protocol revision level) MIN_P_REV (Minimum protocol revision level) NOM_PWR (Nominal transmit power offset) MAX_CAP_SZ (Maximum access channel message capsule size) AUTH (Authentication mode) ASSIGNMENT_MODE (Assignment mode) Example: CHI -96.459 15 1 150 1023 4119 0 184 2 7 10 10 28 32 3 4 2 1 298 1 1 1 1 4408 0 6 1 0 3 1 -1 .

25 to 14.75 dB.5 dB.331). The value is calculated using the following formula: R1 B + H1 B / 2 where R1B is reporting range constant for event 1B and H1B is hysteresis parameter for event 1B (3GPP TS 25. 1B time to tr. window Integer Float Time to trigger 1B Values range from 0 to 5000 ms. Location area code Location area code of the current cell. Time to trigger 1A Values range from 0 to 5000 ms. Repl. The value is calculated using the following formula: R1A – H1A / 2 where R1A is reporting range constant for event 1A and H1A is hysteresis parameter for event 1A (3GPP TS 25. Values range from 0 to 2. The value is calculated using the following formula: H1C / 2 where H1C is hysteresis parameter for event 1C (3GPP TS 25.331). Drop window Drop window for event 1B. Replacement window Replacement window for event 1C.25 dB. Drop window Integer Float 1C time to tr.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 95 Parameters for UMTS Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 12 = UMTS 2100 FDD 13 = UMTS 2100 TDD 20 = UMTS 1900 FDD 21 = UMTS 1900 TDD RRC state 1 = Idle 2 = URA PCH 3 = Cell PCH 4 = Cell FACH 5 = Cell DCH Carrier number Cell identification Cell identification of current cell. RRC state Integer UARFCN CI Integer Integer LAC Integer Addition window Float 1A time to tr. Values range from 0 to 16. Integer . Values range from –2.331). Addition window Addition window for event 1A. Values range from 0 to 65535. Values range from 0 to 268435455. Time to trigger 1C Values range from 0 to 5000 ms.

–1 if not available.96 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n DL SF.0 0 . Integer Downlink spreading factor If multiple CCTrCh channels are used the reported spreading factor is for CCTrCh with physical control channel.0 320 2. Example: CHI -96.459 12 1 10837 188618 5002 4.889650 60 2 1 6 0 16:58:58.982833 32.0 0 6. Values range from 4 to 512.

2 SERVICE INFORMATION (SEI) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools SEI All All Always Recorded when service status changes Nemo Outdoor.123456 +64.7.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.156 1 . Nemo Indoor Parameters Name Service status Type Integer Description Service info status 1 = service received 2 = service dropped Example: SEI +32.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 97 4.

recorded after channel configuration change attempt.6 2 = 14.3 DATA CHANNEL REQUEST (DCHR) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded DCHR GSM.110 2 = ISDN V. Nemo Outdoor. In call active mode.120 Data compression 0 = off 1 = on (manufacturer preferred compression) 2 = V. recorded right after call attempt event (CAA) to inform requested channel parameters. call active In idle mode.42bis 3 = V.4 CS data mode 0 = Non-Transparent 1 = Transparent Number of CS data timeslots uplink Number of CS data timeslots downlink Modem type 0 = Analog 1 = ISDN V. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters for GSM Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM 1800 3 = GSM 1900 22 = GSM 850 Initiator 1 = Mobile station initiated 2 = Network station initiated CS data channel coding 1 = 9.44 Initiator Integer Coding Integer Data mode Integer #CS TSL UL #CS TSL DL Modem type Integer Integer Integer Compression Integer .98 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.7. UMTS Data call Idle.

654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.120 Data compression 0 = off 1 = on (manufacturer preferred compression) 2 = V. CS rate Data mode Integer Integer Modem type Integer Compression Integer Example: DCHR +32.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 99 Parameters for UMTS Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 12 = UMTS 2100 FDD 13 = UMTS 2100 TDD 20 = UMTS 1900 FDD 21 = UMTS 1900 TDD Initiator 1 = Mobile station initiated 2 = Network station initiated Requested CS data bit rate CS data mode 0 = Non-Transparent 1 = Transparent Modem type 0 = Analog 1 = ISDN V.156 2 1 1 1 2 2 0 2 .110 2 = ISDN V.42bis 3 = V.123456 +64.44 Initiator Integer Req.

Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters for GSM Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM 1800 3 = GSM 1900 22 = GSM 850 CS data channel coding 1 = 9.4 DATA CHANNEL INFO (DCHI) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded DCHI GSM.100 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.7.156 2 1 0 2 2 4 5 4 5 … . The number of timeslot parameters in the event is indicated by the Number of CS data timeslots downlink parameter.123456 +64. Coding Integer Data mode Integer #CS TSL UL #CS TSL DL CS TNs UL Integer Integer Integer CS TNs DL Integer CS data timeslots downlink Allocated downlink timeslots.4 CS data mode 0 = Non-Transparent 1 = Transparent Number of CS data timeslots uplink Number of CS data timeslots downlink CS data timeslots uplink Allocated uplink timeslots. CDMA 2000 Data call Call active Recorded after channel has been assigned or channel configuration has changed (handover). The number of timeslot parameters in the event is indicated by the Number of CS data timeslots uplink parameter. Only recorded during data test. This event indicates allocated resources.6 2 = 14. The first timeslot in the event is the main timeslot. Nemo Outdoor.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. The first timeslot in the event is the main timeslot. Example: DCHI +32.

F-SCH1 pilot number Pilot number of the first forward supplemental channel.123456 +64.554 15 6 3 1 0 0 8 183 -1 2 0 -1 0 -1 . Number of parameters per R-SCH Parameters per reverse supplemental channel.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 101 Parameters for CDMA 2000 Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 Number of parameters per F-SCH Parameters per forward supplemental channel. F-SCH1 record type Record type of the first forward supplemental channel. type F-SCH1 code ch F-SCH1 QOF ID R-SCH1 ID Integer Integer Integer Integer R-SCH1 rate Integer R-SCH1 Walsh ID Integer Example: DCHI +32. F-SCH1 code channel Code channel on the first forward supplemental channel.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 19:37:29. Number of forward SCHs Number of reverse SCHs F-SCH1 ID Identifier of the first forward supplemental channel. F-SCH1 rate Channel rate of the first forward supplemental channel. R-SCH1 ID Identifier of the first reverse supplemental channel R-SCH1 rate Channel rate of the first reverse supplemental channel R-SCH1 Walsh ID Walsh ID of the first reverse supplemental channel #Params/FSCH #Params/RSCH #F-SCH #R-SCH F-SCH1 ID Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer F-SCH1 rate Integer F-SCH1 PN Integer F-SCH1 re. F-SCH1 QOF Mask ID Quasi-orthogonal function index on the first forward supplemental channel.

5 FREQUENCY HOPPING STATUS (HOP) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools HOP GSM Voice call.156 1 0 3 21 43 54 66 … . Nemo Indoor Parameters (when hopping is on) Name Hopping HSN MAIO Hopping ch Type Integer Integer Integer Integer Description Hopping status 1 = ON Hopping sequence number Mobile allocation index offset Hopping channels List of frequencies used for frequency hopping by the mobile phone.102 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.123456 +64. data call Call active Recorded when frequency hopping status changes Nemo Outdoor.7. Parameters (when hopping is off) Name Hopping Traffic ARFCN Type Integer Integer Description Hopping status 2 = OFF Traffic channel ARFCN Example: HOP +32.

123456 +64.6 NEIGHBOR LIST (NLIST) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools NLIST GSM. Cellular system 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 UARFCN Channel number for neighbor channel. BSIC Parameters for UMTS #Params System Integer Integer Number of parameters Number of parameters for this neighbor. UMTS All Always Recorded when neighbor list changes. Cellular system 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM 1800 3 = GSM 1900 22 = GSM 850 ARFCN Channel number for neighbor channel. Number of neighbor channels ARFCN Integer UARFCN Scr. code Integer Integer Example: NLIST +32.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 103 4. Nemo Indoor Header parameters Name #Header params #nChs Parameters for GSM #Params System Integer Integer Number of parameters Number of parameters for this neighbor. Nemo Outdoor.156 0 2 3 1 66 17 3 12 10663 34 .7. Scrambling code Integer Base station identification code Type Integer Integer Description Number of header parameters This value is currently 0.

Requested encryption Encryption mode requested from the network.7 SERVICE PARAMETERS REQUESTED (SEPR) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools SEPR cdmaOne. Requested forward fundamental channel MUX. RC Req. 0 = Disabled 1 = Enabled Requested forward radio configuration Forward radio configuration. -1 if not available.104 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. rev. RC Integer Req. -1 if not available. forw. Requested reverse fundamental channel MUX. R-FCH MUX Integer Integer Integer Example: SEPR +32.123456 +64. Requested reverse radio configuration -1 if not available. -1 if not available. Nemo Indoor Parameters for cdmaOne and CDMA 2000 Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 Requested service option Service option requested from the network. Service option Integer Encryption Integer Req.156 15 32768 0 5 4 0 0 . CDMA 2000 Voice call Always Nemo Outdoor.7. F-FCH MUX Req.

Nemo Indoor Parameters for cdmaOne and CDMA 2000 Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 Negotiated service option Negotiated encryption 0 = Disabled 1 = Enabled Negotiated forward radio configuration -1 if not available. Negotiated forward fundamental channel MUX -1 if not available. Neg. RC Neg. CDMA 2000 Voice call Always Nemo Outdoor.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. rev. F-FCH MUX Neg.8 SERVICE PARAMETERS NEGOTIATED (SEPN) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools SEPN cdmaOne. Negotiated reverse radio configuration -1 if not available.123456 +64. forw. RC Neg. SO Neg. encrypt.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 105 4. Negotiated reverse fundamental channel MUX -1 if not available. Integer Integer Neg.7. R-FCH MUX Integer Integer Integer Integer Example: SEPN +32.156 15 32768 0 5 4 2 2 .

Integer Preamble step Preamble count TX pwr. cdmaOne.123456 +64. Integer Example: RACHI +32. CDMA 2000 All Always Recorded after random access procedure Nemo Outdoor.156 12 -90 1 1024 –50 –80 32 . unit dBm. Values range from –99 to 99.106 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.7. Maximum allowed number of preambles signaled from network. RACH TX power Total transmission power used in RACH message part (control + data) RACH maximum preamble count Values range from 2 to 65.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Note that this parameter is one value higher than the "Preamble Retrans Max" parameter. Init.9 RANDOM ACCESS CHANNEL INFORMATION (RACHI) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools RACHI UMTS. RACH preamble count Transmitted preamble transmission count. RACH preamble step Preamble step size in dB. Values range from 2 to 65. Uplink interference level Values range from –110 to -70 dBm. Integer Integer Integer Max preamble Integer UL interf. Nemo Indoor Parameters for UMTS Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 RACH initial TX power Initial transmission power. TX pwr.

123456 +64.156 15 2 4 -9 540 0 4 4 Number TX adjust TX level Delay INIT_PWR PWR_STEP NUM_STEP Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer . Example: RACHI +32.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 107 Parameters for cdmaOne and CDMA 2000 Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 Access probe number Access probe TX adjust Access probe TX level Access probe delay INIT_PWR (Access probe initial power) PWR_STEP (Access probe power step) NUM_STEP (Access probe number of steps) Maximum number of steps – 1.

CDMA 2000 All Call active Nemo Outdoor.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Nemo Indoor F-voc.7.156 15 3 3 .108 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.10 VOCODER STATUS (VOCS) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 Forward vocoder rate 0 = Full 1 = Half 2 = Quarter 3 = Eighth 4 = Blank Reverse vocoder rate 0 = Full 1 = Half 2 = Quarter 3 = Eighth 4 = Blank VOCS cdmaOne. rate Integer R-voc. rate Integer Example: VOCS +32.123456 +64.

Nemo Indoor QPCH rate PN Pilot level Erasure thresh.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Bit thresh. The options are 4800 or 9600 bps Pilot number Pilot level Ec/I0 value QPCH erasure threshold QPCH bit threshold QPCH indicator index QPCH status Defines if the quick paging channel is on or off.… = Off QPCH position Position of the QPCH bit Bit I Bit Q Pilot I Pilot Q Integer Integer Integer Integer QPCH bit I Energy of the QPCH I bit QPCH bit I Energy of the QPCH Q bit QPCH pilot I Energy of the pilot I QPCH pilot I Energy of the pilot Q QPCHI CDMA 2000 All Idle (slotted mode) Recorded when values are received from a mobile Nemo Outdoor.156 15 9600 183 2 20445 1250 0 0 105 65368 65453 144 10 .7. 0 = On 1.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 109 4. Indicator index Status Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Position Integer Example: QPCHI +32. 2.11 QUICK PAGING CHANNEL INFORMATION (QPCHI) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 QPCH rate Data rate.123456 +64.

654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.123456 +64. Nemo Indoor SYNC_1 SYNC_2 Integer Integer Example: COUNTSYNC +32.110 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. CDMA 2000 All Always Nemo Outdoor.12 SYNC CHANNEL COUNTERS (COUNTSYNC) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 SYNC_1 (Messages received) SYNC_2 (Messages received with an invalid CRC) COUNTSYNC cdmaOne.7.156 15 10 0 .

CDMA 2000 All Always Nemo Outdoor.156 15 18842 82 9 45546 39018 0 6 .13 PAGING CHANNEL COUNTERS (COUNTPAG) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 PAG_1 (Messages received) PAG_2 (Messages received with an invalid CRC) PAG_3 (Messages/records addressed to MS) PAG_4 (Half-frames received) PAG_5 (Half-frames containing any part of a valid message) PAG_6 (Paging channel lost indications) PAG_7 (Idle handoffs) COUNTPAG cdmaOne.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 111 4.123456 +64.7.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Nemo Indoor PAG_1 PAG_2 PAG_3 PAG_4 PAG_5 PAG_6 PAG_7 Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Example: COUNTPAG +32.

primary) COUNTMUX1 cdmaOne. signaling) MUX_1_REV_06 (4800 bps. rate 1/8 primary and secondary) MUX_1_REV_14 (9600 bps.7. rate 1/2 primary and signaling) MUX_1_REV_03 (9600 bps. Nemo Indoor MUX_1_REV _01 MUX_1_REV _02 MUX_1_REV _03 MUX_1_REV _04 MUX_1_REV _05 MUX_1_REV _06 MUX_1_REV _07 MUX_1_REV _08 MUX_1_REV _09 MUX_1_REV _10 MUX_1_REV _11 MUX_1_REV _12 MUX_1_REV _13 MUX_1_REV _14 MUX_1_REV _15 MUX_1_REV _16 MUX_1_FOR _01 Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer . CDMA 2000 All Always Nemo Outdoor. rate 1/4 primary and signaling) MUX_1_REV_04 (9600 bps.14 MUX1 COUNTERS (COUNTMUX1) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 MUX_1_REV_01 (9600 bps. rate 1/2 primary and secondary) MUX_1_REV_12 (9600 bps. primary) MUX_1_REV_08 (1200 bps.112 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. primary) MUX_1_REV_09 (Reserved) MUX_1_REV_10 (Reserved) MUX_1_REV_11 (9600 bps. rate 1/4 primary and secondary) MUX_1_REV_13 (9600 bps. primary) MUX_1_REV_07 (2400 bps. rate 1/8 primary and signaling) MUX_1_REV_05 (9600 bps. secondary) MUX_1_REV_15 (Reserved) MUX_1_REV_16 (Reserved) MUX_1_FOR_01 (9600 bps. primary) MUX_1_REV_02 (9600 bps.

primary) MUX_1_FOR_08 (1200 bps. primary) MUX_1_FOR_09 (9600 bps. rate 1/2 primary and signaling) MUX_1_FOR_03 (9600 bps. rate 1/4 primary and secondary) MUX_1_FOR_13 (9600 bps. rate 1/4 primary and signaling) MUX_1_FOR_04 (9600 bps.156 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.123456 +64.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 113 MUX_1_FOR _02 MUX_1_FOR _03 MUX_1_FOR _04 MUX_1_FOR _05 MUX_1_FOR _06 MUX_1_FOR _07 MUX_1_FOR _08 MUX_1_FOR _09 MUX_1_FOR _10 MUX_1_FOR _11 MUX_1_FOR _12 MUX_1_FOR _13 MUX_1_FOR _14 MUX_1_FOR _15 MUX_1_FOR _16 Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer MUX_1_FOR_02 (9600 bps. rate 1/8 primary and signaling) MUX_1_FOR_05 (9600 bps. primary) MUX_1_FOR_07 (2400 bps. with bit errors) MUX_1_FOR_10 (Frame quality insufficient to decide upon rate) MUX_1_FOR_11 (9600 bps. rate 1/8 primary and secondary) MUX_1_FOR_14 (9600 bps. rate 1/2 primary and secondary) MUX_1_FOR_12 (9600 bps.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. secondary) MUX_1_FOR_15 (Reserved) MUX_1_FOR_16 (Reserved) Example: COUNTMUX1 +32. signaling) MUX_1_FOR_06 (4800 bps.0 .

7. secondary) MUX_2_REV_10 (14400 bps. rate 1/8 primary. rate 1/4 primary and signaling) MUX_2_REV_13 (7200 bps. rate 1/8 primary and secondary) MUX_2_REV_17 (7200 bps. rate 1/8 primary and signaling) MUX_2_REV_05 (14400 bps. primary) MUX_2_REV_02 (14400 bps. secondary and signaling) MUX_2_REV_11 (7200 bps. rate 1/8 primary and signaling) MUX_2_REV_14 (7200 bps. rate 1/8 primary and secondary) MUX_2_REV_09 (14400 bps. rate 1/2 primary and secondary) MUX_2_REV_07 (14400 bps. signaling) MUX_2_REV_15 (7200 bps. Nemo Indoor MUX_2_REV _01 MUX_2_REV _02 MUX_2_REV _03 MUX_2_REV _04 MUX_2_REV _05 MUX_2_REV _06 MUX_2_REV _07 MUX_2_REV _08 MUX_2_REV _09 MUX_2_REV _10 MUX_2_REV _11 MUX_2_REV _12 MUX_2_REV _13 MUX_2_REV _14 MUX_2_REV _15 MUX_2_REV _16 MUX_2_REV _17 Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer .15 MUX2 COUNTERS (COUNTMUX2) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 MUX_2_REV_01 (14400 bps. rate 1/4 primary and secondary) MUX_2_REV_16 (7200 bps. rate 1/4 primary and secondary) MUX_2_REV_08 (14400 bps. secondary) COUNTMUX2 cdmaOne. CDMA 2000 All Always Nemo Outdoor. signaling) MUX_2_REV_06 (14400 bps. primary) MUX_2_REV_12 (7200 bps.114 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. rate 1/2 primary and signaling) MUX_2_REV_03 (14400 bps. rate 1/4 primary and signaling) MUX_2_REV_04 (14400 bps.

signaling) MUX_2_REV_22 (3600 bps. primary) MUX_2_FOR_02 (14400 bps. primary) MUX_2_REV_25 (1800 bps. rate 1/4 primary and signaling) MUX_2_FOR_04 (14400 bps. secondary and signaling) MUX_2_FOR_11 (7200 bps. rate 1/8 primary. rate 1/8 primary and secondary) MUX_2_REV_23 (3600 bps. rate 1/8 primary. rate 1/4 primary and secondary) MUX_2_FOR_08 (14400 bps. secondary) MUX_2_REV_26 (Reserved) MUX_2_REV_27 (Reserved) MUX_2_REV_28 (MuxPDU Type 4) MUX_2_FOR_01 (14400 bps. signaling) MUX_2_FOR_06 (14400 bps. rate 1/4 primary and signaling) MUX_2_FOR_13 (7200 bps. primary) MUX_2_FOR_12 (7200 bps. signaling) MUX_2_FOR_15 (7200 bps. primary) MUX_2_REV_20 (3600 bps. secondary) MUX_2_FOR_10 (14400 bps.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 115 MUX_2_REV _18 MUX_2_REV _19 MUX_2_REV _20 MUX_2_REV _21 MUX_2_REV _22 MUX_2_REV _23 MUX_2_REV _24 MUX_2_REV _25 MUX_2_REV _26 MUX_2_REV _27 MUX_2_REV _28 MUX_2_FOR _01 MUX_2_FOR _02 MUX_2_FOR _03 MUX_2_FOR _04 MUX_2_FOR _05 MUX_2_FOR _06 MUX_2_FOR _07 MUX_2_FOR _08 MUX_2_FOR _09 MUX_2_FOR _10 MUX_2_FOR _11 MUX_2_FOR _12 MUX_2_FOR _13 MUX_2_FOR _14 MUX_2_FOR Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer MUX_2_REV_18 (7200 bps. rate 1/8 primary and signaling) MUX_2_REV_21 (3600 bps. secondary and signaling) MUX_2_REV_19 (3600 bps. rate 1/8 primary and signaling) MUX_2_FOR_05 (14400 bps. rate 1/2 primary and secondary) MUX_2_FOR_07 (14400 bps. rate 1/8 primary and secondary) MUX_2_FOR_09 (14400 bps. rate 1/2 primary and signaling) MUX_2_FOR_03 (14400 bps. rate 1/4 . rate 1/8 primary and signaling) MUX_2_FOR_14 (7200 bps. secondary) MUX_2_REV_24 (1800 bps.

156 15 2264 40 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 460 0 105 17 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 6464 0 0 0 0 6061 159 0 0 77 0 0 0 0 0 125 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2954 1 54 0 0 . secondary) MUX_2_FOR_24 (1800 bps. secondary) MUX_2_FOR_18 (7200 bps.123456 +64. secondary and signaling) MUX_2_FOR_19 (3600 bps. rate 1/8 primary and secondary) MUX_2_FOR_17 (7200 bps. rate 1/8 primary and secondary) MUX_2_FOR_23 (3600 bps. rate 1/8 primary. primary) MUX_2_FOR_25 (1800 bps. rate 1/8 primary and signaling) MUX_2_FOR_21 (3600 bps. primary) MUX_2_FOR_20 (3600 bps.116 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n _15 MUX_2_FOR _16 MUX_2_FOR _17 MUX_2_FOR _18 MUX_2_FOR _19 MUX_2_FOR _20 MUX_2_FOR _21 MUX_2_FOR _22 MUX_2_FOR _23 MUX_2_FOR _24 MUX_2_FOR _25 MUX_2_FOR _26 MUX_2_FOR _27 MUX_2_FOR _28 Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer primary and secondary) MUX_2_FOR_16 (7200 bps. secondary) MUX_2_FOR_26 (Frame with insufficient frame quality) MUX_2_FOR_27 (Reserved) MUX_2_FOR_28 (MuxPDU Type 4) Example: COUNTMUX2 +32.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. signaling) MUX_2_FOR_22 (3600 bps.

654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. CDMA 2000 All Always Nemo Outdoor.16 ACCESS CHANNEL COUNTERS (COUNTACC) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 ACC_1 (Access REQ messages) ACC_2 (Access RESP messages) ACC_3 (Access probe transmitted at least twice) ACC_4 (Access probe transmitted at least 3 times) ACC_5 (Access probe transmitted at least 4 times) ACC_6 (Access probe transmitted at least 5 times) ACC_7 (Access probe transmitted at least 6 times) ACC_8 (Unsuccessful access attempts) COUNTACC cdmaOne.7. Nemo Indoor ACC_1 ACC_2 ACC_3 ACC_4 ACC_5 ACC_6 ACC_7 ACC_8 Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Example: COUNTACC +32.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 117 4.156 15 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .123456 +64.

CDMA 2000 All Always Nemo Outdoor.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.118 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.123456 +64. Nemo Indoor RTC_1 RTC_2 RTC_3 RTC_4 RTC_5 Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Example: COUNTRTC +32.7.156 15 95 6 0 0 77 .17 REVERSE TRAFFIC CHANNEL COUNTERS (COUNTRTC) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 RTC_1 (ACK_REQ transmitted at least once) RTC_2 (ACK_REQ transmitted at least twice) RTC_3 (ACK_REQ transmitted at least 3 times) RTC_4 (Aborted call due to ACK timeout) RTC_5 (No ACK_REQ transmitted) COUNTRTC cdmaOne.

654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.156 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .18 REVERSE SUPPLEMENTAL CHANNEL #1 COUNTERS (COUNTRSCH1) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 REV_SCH1_1 (1x Rate) REV_SCH1_2 (2x Rate) REV_SCH1_3 (4x Rate) REV_SCH1_4 (8x Rate) REV_SCH1_5 (16x Rate) REV_SCH1_6 (Number of LTUs rcvd from physical layer) REV_SCH1_7 (Number of LTUs rcvd from physical layer.123456 +64. CRC OK) COUNTRSCH1 CDMA 2000 All Always Nemo Outdoor. Nemo Indoor REV_SCH1_ 1 REV_SCH1_ 2 REV_SCH1_ 3 REV_SCH1_ 4 REV_SCH1_ 5 REV_SCH1_ 6 REV_SCH1_ 7 Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Example: COUNTRSCH1 +32.7.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 119 4.

Nemo Indoor FOR_SCH1_ 1 FOR_SCH1_ 2 FOR_SCH1_ 3 FOR_SCH1_ 4 FOR_SCH1_ 5 FOR_SCH1_ 6 FOR_SCH1_ 7 Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer Example: COUNTFSCH1 +32.19 FORWARD SUPPLEMENTAL CHANNEL #1 COUNTERS (COUNTFSCH1) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 FOR_SCH1_1 (1x Rate) FOR_SCH1_2 (2x Rate) FOR_SCH1_3 (4x Rate) FOR_SCH1_4 (8x Rate) FOR_SCH1_5 (16x Rate) FOR_SCH1_6 (Number of LTUs rcvd from physical layer) FOR_SCH1_7 (Number of LTUs rcvd from physical layer.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.123456 +64.156 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .120 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. CRC OK) COUNTFSCH1 CDMA 2000 All Always Nemo Outdoor.7.

CDMA 2000 All Always Recorded when the mobile station sends a Layer3 message to BS Nemo Outdoor.8. cdmaOne. DCCH. SCH. the channel group name.123456 +64. BCH or CCCH.8 4. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Subchannel / Channel type Type String Description Subchannel: The subchannel name that was used for signaling in GSM. AGCH) DCCH channels (SDCCH.1 MS-BS SIGNALING EVENTS LAYER3 UPLINK (L3U) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded L3U GSM. DPCH. DACH. BCCH) CCCH channels (PCH. If the specific channel name is unknown.g. DTC) Layer3 message The Layer3 message name in text format in double quotes Layer3 data Contents of the Layer3 message in hexadecimal values L3 msg String L3 data Hex Example: L3U +32. UMTS. DAMPS. is written in file. FACCH) TCH channels (TCH) Packet channels (PACCH. RACH. SCH. e.156 RACH "CHANNEL_REQUEST" 7B… . CDMA.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 121 4. BCH channels (FCCH. and DAMPS (ACC.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. PDTCH) Channel type: The channel type name that was used for signaling in AMPS. SACCH. AVC. DTC..

RACH..654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. CDMA 2000 All Always Recorded when the mobile station receives Layer3 message from BS Nemo Outdoor. DAMPS. e. SACCH. SCH. and DAMPS (ACC.2 LAYER3 DOWNLINK (L3D) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded L3D GSM. If the specific channel name is unknown. BCCH) CCCH channels (PCH.122 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. BCH or CCCH. cdmaOne. SCH. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Subchannel / Channel type Type String L3 msg String L3 data Hex Description Subchannel: The subchannel name that was used for signaling in GSM. the channel group name. UMTS. DTC. AGCH) DCCH channels (SDCCH.8.g. CDMA. AVC.156 CCCH "PAGING_REQUEST_TYPE_1" 06 21… . DACH. BCH channels (FCCH. is written in file. FACCH) TCH channels (TCH) Packet channels (PACCH.123456 +64. DCCH. DPCH. DTC) Layer3 message The Layer3 message name in text format in double quotes Layer3 data Contents of the Layer3 message in hexadecimal values Example: L3D +32. PDTCH) Channel type: The channel type name that was used for signaling in AMPS.

BCH channels (FCCH.g. AGCH) DCCH channels (SDCCH.8.156 SACCH "UI-CMD" 00 03 01 03 49 06 15 83 1B 71 56 46 45 1B 62 53 91 07 DC 42 E4 00 00 . is written in file. BCCH) CCCH channels (PCH.. e. Nemo Indoor Parameters Name Subchannel Type String Description Subchannel The subchannel name that was used for signaling in GSM. the channel group name. FACCH) TCH channels (TCH) Packet channels (PACCH. BCH or CCCH. RACH.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 123 4. PDTCH) GSM layer2 message The Layer2 message name in text format in double quotes GSM layer2 data Contents of the Layer2 message in hexadecimal values L2 msg String L2 data Hex Example: L2U +32. If the specific channel name is unknown.123456 +64.3 LAYER2 UPLINK (L2U) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools L2U GSM All Always Recorded when mobile station sends Layer2 frame Nemo Outdoor. SCH.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. SACCH.

. If the specific channel name is unknown. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Subchannel Type String Description Subchannel The subchannel name that was used for signaling in GSM.. is written in file. FACCH) TCH channels (TCH) Packet channels (PACCH.4 LAYER2 DOWNLINK (L2D) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded L2D GSM All Always Recorded when mobile station receives Layer2 frame Nemo Outdoor.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. RACH..156 CCCH "UI-CMD" 25 06 21 00 05 . BCH or CCCH. .g. BCCH) CCCH channels (PCH.123456 +64. AGCH) DCCH channels (SDCCH. SCH. BCH channels (FCCH. SACCH. the channel group name. PDTCH) GSM layer2 message The Layer2 message name in text format in double quotes GSM layer2 data Contents of the Layer2 message in hexadecimal values L2 msg String L2 data Hex Example: L2D +32.124 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.8. e.

RLC/MAC message The RLC/MAC message name in text format in double quotes RLC/MAC data Contents of the RLC/MAC message in hexadecimal values RLC/MAC msg RLC/MAC data String Hex Example: MACU +32..654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 125 4.156 PRACH "PACKET_CHANNEL_REQUEST" 07 .123456 +64.. . Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Subchannel Type String Description Subchannel The subchannel name that was used for signaling (PRACH. PTCCH.8.5 MAC LAYER UPLINK (MACU) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded MACU GSM PS Data Always Recorded when mobile station sends the RLC/MAC layer message Nemo Outdoor. PACCH or PDTCH). PCCCH.

Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Subchannel Type String Description Subchannel The subchannel name that was used for signaling (PBCCH.8.6 MAC LAYER DOWNLINK (MACD) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded MACD GSM PS Data Always Recorded when mobile station receives the RLC/MAC layer message Nemo Outdoor. . PACCH or PDTCH). PAGCH. PPCH PTCCH.. RLC/MAC message The RLC/MAC message name in text format in double quotes RLC/MAC data Contents of the RLC/MAC message in hexadecimal values RLC/MAC msg RLC/MAC data String Hex Example: MACD +32.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.123456 +64.126 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. PCCCH..156 PACCH "PACKET_UPLINK_ACK/NACK" 48 .

NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 127 4. With LLC messages only subchannel PDTCH is used.7 LLC LAYER UPLINK (LLCU) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded LLCU GSM PS Data Always Recorded when mobile station receives the LLC layer message Nemo Outdoor.123456 +64.8.156 PDTCH "UI-CMD" 01 C0 0B . LLC message The LLC message name in text format in double quotes LLC data Contents of the LLC message in hexadecimal values LLC msg String LLC data Hex Example: LLCU +32.. . Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Subchannel Type String Description Subchannel The subchannel name that was used for signaling..654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.

156 PDTCH "UI-CMD" 41 C0 0B . LLC message The LLC message name in text format in double quotes LLC data Contents of the LLC message in hexadecimal values LLC msg String LLC data Hex Example: LLCD +32.8 LLC LAYER DOWNLINK (LLCD) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded LLCD GSM PS Data Always Recorded when mobile station receives the LLC layer message Nemo Outdoor. With LLC messages only subchannel PDTCH is used.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Subchannel Type String Description Subchannel The subchannel name that was used for signaling.128 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. .123456 +64.8..

NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 129 4.9 RRLP LAYER UPLINK (RRLPU) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded RRLPU GSM All Always Recorded when mobile station sends the RRLP layer message Nemo Outdoor. RRLP data Contents of the RRLP message in hexadecimal values.123456 +64. RRLP msg String RRLP data Hex Example: RRLPU +32. RRLP message The RRLP message name in text format in double quotes.156 DCCH "MEASURE_POSITION_RESPONSE" 22 e0 84 00 01 00 00 ba 13 08 7c 40 04 00 d5 20 76 f7 42 d9 2e 88 40 40 0d 76 06 30 e8 69 21 e7 08 08 01 ac 80 ee 80 .8. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Subchannel Type String Description Subchannel The subchannel that was used for signaling in GSM.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.

156 DCCH "MEASURE_POSITION_REQUEST" 20 04 10 80 .130 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.123456 +64.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. RRLP message The RRLP message name in text format in double quotes RRLP data Contents of the RRLP message in hexadecimal values RRLP msg String RRLP data Hex Example: RRLPD +32. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Subchannel Type String Description Subchannel The subchannel that was used for signaling in GSM.10 RRLP LAYER DOWNLINK (RRLPD) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded RRLPD GSM All Always Recorded when mobile station receives the RRLP layer message Nemo Outdoor.8.

NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 131 4.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.123456 +64. SHCCH) RRC message The RRC message name in text format in double quotes RRC data Contents of the RRC message in hexadecimal values RRC msg String RRC data Hex Example: RRCU +32. the subchannel is a combination of the logical channel and the transport channel (CCCH.156 DCCH "MEASUREMENT_REPORT" 22 40 02 50 06 17 01 40 1C 00 00 00 00 01 80 .8. For system information messages. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Subchannel Type String Description Subchannel The subchannel that was used for signaling in UMTS. BCCH. PCCH. DCCH.11 RRC LAYER UPLINK (RRCU) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded RRCU UMTS All Always Recorded when mobile station sends the RRC layer message Nemo Outdoor.

BCCH. PCCH.12 RRC LAYER DOWNLINK (RRCD) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded RRCD UMTS All Always Recorded when mobile station receives the RRC layer message Nemo Outdoor.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.156 DCCH "ACTIVE_SET_UPDATE" 00 01 00 00 C0 2E 0A 10 00 . For system information messages. the subchannel is a combination of the logical channel and the transport channel (CCCH.8. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Subchannel Type String Description Subchannel The subchannel that was used for signaling in UMTS. DCCH.123456 +64. SHCCH) RRC message The RRC message name in text format in double quotes RRC data Contents of the RRC message in hexadecimal values RRC msg String RRC data Hex Example: RRCD +32.132 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.

654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.9 4.0”. Packet protocol address If static IP address is used.156 1 1 “nemotechnologies. CDMA 2000 PS Data Idle.com” “0.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 133 4. Integer Data compr. Header compression 0 = off 1 = on (manufacturer preferred compression) 2 = RFC1144 (VanJacobsen) 3 = RFC2507 (Degermark) 4 = RFC3095 (RoHC) Data compression 0 = off 1 = on (manufacturer preferred compression) 2 = V. PAA GSM.42bis 3 = V. Nemo Indoor Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name Initiator Type Integer Description Initiator 1 = Mobile initiated 2 = Network initiated Packet data protocol type 1 = IP Access point name In string format between quotes.0” 0 0 .0.0. If dynamic IP allocation is used.0. Attach Recorded when packet session activation is attempted. IP address is “0. this is own IP address in string format between quotes.44 Protocol type APN IP Integer String String Header compr. Integer Example: PAA +32.123456 +64. Nemo Outdoor.1 PACKET DATA EVENTS PACKET SESSION ACTIVATION ATTEMPT (PAA) ♦ Note that the measurement system writes the PAA event to the measurement file if the packet session was active when the measurement was started. UMTS.0.9.

134 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.2 PACKET SESSION ACTIVATION FAILED (PAF) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded PAF GSM.123456 +64. See chapter 6. Attach Recorded after PAA event when packet session activation has failed. –1 if not available. CDMA 2000 PS Data Idle. See chapter 6.156 1 5 -1 .654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Fail status Type Integer Description Packet session activation failure status 1 = User abort 2 = Network reject (SM cause) 3 = Mobile reject (SM cause) 4 = Timeout 5 = PPP error (OS RAS cause) Packet session activation failure time Time from attempt in seconds Packet session activation failure cause SM cause or OS RAS cause value for rejection.6 for a list of SM cause values. UMTS.9. Nemo Outdoor. Fail time Fail cause Integer Integer Example: PAF +32.7 for a list of OS RAS cause values.

Nemo Indoor Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name PDP act.156 1 5 “124. time IP Integer String Example: PAC +32. PAC GSM. Nemo Outdoor.3 PACKET SESSION ACTIVATION CONNECTED (PAC) ♦ Note that the measurement system writes the PAC event to the measurement file if the packet session was active when the measurement was started.6” . UMTS.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.9.123456 +64.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 135 4. state Type Integer Description Packet session activation state 1 = Air interface connect (connect in session management layer) 2 = PPP connect Packet session activation time Time from packet session activation attempt to packet connect in seconds Packet protocol address Phone IP address in quotes PDP act. CDMA 2000 PS Data Packet active Recorded after PAA event when packet session activation has succeeded.1.149.

123456 +64.4). status Type Integer Description Packet session deactivation status 1 = Normal session deactivation 2 = Network reject (SM cause) 3 = Mobile reject (SM cause) 5 = PPP error (OS RAS cause) Packet session active duration Time from attempt in seconds Packet session deactivation cause If failure status is PPP error (see chapter 6. Attach Recorded when packet session is deactivated.6) With CDMA 2000 the value is CC cause (see chapter 6. CDMA 2000 PS Data Idle. Packet session deactivation time Session deactivation time in milliseconds Duration Deact. UMTS.156 1 300 –1 1500 . -1 if not available. time Integer Example: PAD +32. cause Integer Integer Deact.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Nemo Outdoor.7) this value contains OS RAS cause value.9. Otherwise the value is system specific: With GSM and UMTS the value is SM cause (see chapter 6.4 PACKET SESSION DEACTIVATED (PAD) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools PAD GSM. Nemo Indoor Parameters Name Deact.136 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.

11 bit/s 4 = up to 2.4 bit/s 6 = up to 11.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 137 4. Avg.2 kbit/s 14 = up to 4. TPut class Type Integer Description Packet data technology 1 = GPRS 2 = EGPRS Requested average throughput class Average transfer rate at which data is transferred across the network. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters for GSM Name Packet Tech.44 bit/s 3 = up to 1.22 bit/s 2 = up to 0. Packet active Recorded when quality of service profile is requested. UMTS PS Data Attach.4 kbit/s 15 = up to 11.1 kbit/s 16 = up to 22 kbit/s 17 = up to 44 kbit/s 18 = up to 111 kbit/s 31 = best effort Integer .2 bit/s 5 = up to 4.9.11 kbit/s 13 = up to 2.22 kbit/s 11 = up to 0. Nemo Outdoor. 0 = subscribed 1 = up to 0.1 bit/s 7 = up to 22 bit/s 8 = up to 44 bit/s 9 = up to 111 bit/s 10 = up to 0.44 kbit/s 12 = up to 1.5 QUALITY OF SERVICE PROFILE REQUEST (QSPR) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded QSPR GSM.

5 seconds 2 = less than 5 seconds 3 = less than 50 seconds 4 = best effort Requested priority class GPRS priority class: 0 = subscribed value 1 = high 2 = normal 3 = low Requested reliability class GPRS reliability class: 0 = subscribed value 1 = like X. Min accepted priority class Minimum connection requirements. Values are same as requested values. Delay class Integer Priority class Integer Reliab. Min accepted reliability class Minimum connection requirements.138 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n Peak TPut class Integer Requested peak throughput class The maximum transfer rate at which data is transferred across the network. Values are same as requested values. Values are same as requested values. TPut Min peak TPut Min delay Integer Integer Integer Min priority class Min reliability Integer Integer Example: . Values are same as requested values. Min accepted peak throughput class Minimum connection requirements.25 2 = like IP 3 = for signaling Min accepted average throughput class Minimum connection requirements. 0 = subscribed 1 = up to 8 kbit/s 2 = up to 16 kbit/s 3 = up to 32 kbit/s 4 = up to 64 kbit/s 5 = up to 128 kbit/s 6 = up to 256 kbit/s 7 = up to 512 kbit/s 8 = up to 1024 kbit/s 9 = up to 2048 kbit/s Requested delay class GPRS delay class: 0 = subscribed value 1 = less than 0. Values are same as requested values. Min accepted delay class Minimum connection requirements. class Integer Min avg.

1 bit/s 7 = up to 22 bit/s 8 = up to 44 bit/s 9 = up to 111 bit/s 10 = up to 0.11 bit/s 4 = up to 2.22 bit/s 2 = up to 0. 0 = subscribed 1 = up to 0.123456 +64.654433 55 123 1 8 99 12:13:14.2 kbit/s 14 = up to 4. TPut class Type Integer Integer Description Packet data technology 3 = UMTS Requested average throughput class Average transfer rate at which data is transferred across the network.11 kbit/s 13 = up to 2.156 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Parameters for UMTS Name Packet Tech. 0 = subscribed 1 = up to 8 kbit/s 2 = up to 16 kbit/s 3 = up to 32 kbit/s 4 = up to 64 kbit/s 5 = up to 128 kbit/s 6 = up to 256 kbit/s 7 = up to 512 kbit/s 8 = up to 1024 kbit/s 9 = up to 2048 kbit/s Peak TPut class Integer .1 kbit/s 16 = up to 22 kbit/s 17 = up to 44 kbit/s 18 = up to 111 kbit/s 31 = best effort Requested peak throughput class The maximum transfer rate at which data is transferred across the network. Avg.4 kbit/s 15 = up to 11.4 bit/s 6 = up to 11.44 kbit/s 12 = up to 1.2 bit/s 5 = up to 4.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 139 QSPR +32.44 bit/s 3 = up to 1.22 kbit/s 11 = up to 0.

384 where 0 is subscribed value Max UL TPut Max DL TPut Gr. range 0 – 384 where 0 is subscribed value Requested max downlink bit rate kbits/s. Values are same as requested values. TPut Min peak TPut Min delay Integer Integer Integer Min priority class Min reliability Traffic class Integer Integer Integer Requested traffic class 0 = Conversational 1 = Streaming 2 = Interactive 3 = Background 4 = Subscribed value Requested max uplink bit rate kbits/s. Priority class Integer Reliab.2047 where 0 is subscribed value Requested guaranteed uplink bit rate kbits/s.5 seconds 2 = less than 5 seconds 3 = less than 50 seconds 4 = best effort Requested priority class GPRS priority class: 0 = subscribed value 1 = high 2 = normal 3 = low Requested reliability class GPRS reliability class: 0 = subscribed value 1 = like X. Values are same as requested values. Values are same as requested values. Min accepted delay class Minimum connection requirements.140 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n Delay class Integer Requested delay class GPRS delay class: 0 = subscribed value 1 = less than 0. range 0 . Values are same as requested values. Min accepted reliability class Minimum connection requirements. Values are same as requested values. range 0 . Min accepted priority class Minimum connection requirements. Min accepted peak throughput class Minimum connection requirements. class Integer Min avg. UL TPut Integer Integer Integer .25 2 = like IP 3 = for signaling Min accepted average throughput class Minimum connection requirements.

4% "5E2" = 5% "5E3" = 0. Integer Max SDU size SDU err.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 141 Gr. 0 = subscribed value Minimum accepted traffic class Minimum connection requirements.4100 milliseconds. "0E0" = subscribed value "E" = 10% "E2" = 1% "E3" = 0. Values are same as requested values. PDU Integer Transfer delay Traffic prior. range 0 . DL TPut Deliv. Minimum accepted maximum uplink bit rate Minimum connection requirements.1% "E4" = 0.000006% Requested delivery of erroneous PDUs 0 = No 1 = Yes 2 = No detect 3 = Subscribed value Requested transfer delay 1 . 0 is subscribed value Requested SDU error ratio String is in quotes.1500 bytes.01% "E5" = 0.001% "E6" = 0.0001% "4E3" = 0.001% "E6" = 0. ratio Integer String Residual BER String Deliv.01% "E5" = 0. order Integer Requested guaranteed downlink bit rate kbits/s. "0E0" = subscribed value "E2" = 1% "E3" = 0. class Min max UL TPut Integer Integer Integer Integer .5% "6E8" = 0. Min tr.7% Requested residual bit error ratio String is in quotes.1% "E4" = 0. err. 0=subscribed value Requested traffic handling priority 1-3.0001% "7E3" = 0.2047 where 0 is subscribed value Requested delivery order 0 = No 1 = Yes 2 = Subscribed value Requested maximum SDU size 10 . Values are same as requested values.

Min max SDU size Min SDU err. Minimum accepted traffic handling priority Minimum connection requirements.654433 55 123 1 8 99 12:13:14. Values are same as requested values. Values are same as requested values. Min resid. UL TPut Min gr. Values are same as requested values. Values are same as requested values. BER Min del err PDU Integer Integer String String Integer Min tran. DL TPut Integer Integer Minimum accepted guaranteed downlink bit rate Minimum connection requirements. Values are same as requested values.142 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n Min max DL TPut Integer Minimum accepted maximum downlink bit rate Minimum connection requirements. Minimum accepted residual bit error ratio Minimum connection requirements. Minimum accepted SDU error ratio Minimum connection requirements.123456 +64. Min gr. Values are same as requested values. Minimum accepted delivery of erroneous PDUs Minimum connection requirements. Min deliv. Minimum accepted maximum SDU size Minimum connection requirements. Values are same as requested values. delay Min tr. Minimum accepted transfer delay Minimum connection requirements.156 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 "0E0" "0E0" 3 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 "0E0" "0E0" 3 0 0 . Values are same as requested values. Minimum accepted delivery order Minimum connection requirements. ord. Minimum accepted guaranteed uplink bit rate Minimum connection requirements. Values are same as requested values. Values are same as requested values. priority Integer Integer Example: QSPR +32.

2 bit/s 5 = up to 4.4 kbit/s 15 = up to 11.4 bit/s 6 = up to 11.1 kbit/s 16 = up to 22 kbit/s 17 = up to 44 kbit/s 18 = up to 111 kbit/s 31 = best effort Integer .44 kbit/s 12 = up to 1. 0 = subscribed 1 = up to 0.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 143 4.6 QUALITY OF SERVICE PROFILE NEGOTIATED (QSPN) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools QSPN GSM.22 bit/s 2 = up to 0. UMTS PS Data Packet active Recorded when quality of service profile changes Nemo Outdoor.11 bit/s 4 = up to 2.9.2 kbit/s 14 = up to 4. Nemo Indoor Parameters for GSM Name Packet tech.1 bit/s 7 = up to 22 bit/s 8 = up to 44 bit/s 9 = up to 111 bit/s 10 = up to 0.44 bit/s 3 = up to 1.22 kbit/s 11 = up to 0. TPut class Type Integer Description Packet data technology 1 = GPRS 2 = EGPRS Negotiated average throughput class Average transfer rate at which data is transferred across the network. Avg.11 kbit/s 13 = up to 2.

144 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n Peak TPut class Integer Negotiated peak throughput class The maximum transfer rate at which data is transferred across the network.123456 +64. class Integer Example: QSPN +32. 0 = subscribed 1 = up to 8 kbit/s 2 = up to 16 kbit/s 3 = up to 32 kbit/s 4 = up to 64 kbit/s 5 = up to 128 kbit/s 6 = up to 256 kbit/s 7 = up to 512 kbit/s 8 = up to 1024 kbit/s 9 = up to 2048 kbit/s Negotiated delay class GPRS delay class: 1 = best 2 3 4 = best effort Negotiated priority class GPRS priority class: 1 = high 2 = normal 3 = low Negotiated reliability class GPRS reliability class: 1 = like X.654433 55 123 1 8 99 12:13:14.156 1 31 4 4 2 4 3 64 64 -1 -1 0 1500 "1E3" "1E5" 2 -1 -1 .25 2 = like IP 3 = for signaling 4 = for text TV style applications 5 = for video Delay class Integer Priority class Integer Reliab.

1 kbit/s 16 = up to 22 kbit/s 17 = up to 44 kbit/s 18 = up to 111 kbit/s 31 = best effort Negotiated peak throughput class The maximum transfer rate at which data is transferred across the network.1 bit/s 7 = up to 22 bit/s 8 = up to 44 bit/s 9 = up to 111 bit/s 10 = up to 0.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 145 Parameters for UMTS Name Packet tech. TPut class Type Integer Integer Description Packet data technology 3 = UMTS Negotiated average throughput class Average transfer rate at which data is transferred across the network. Avg.44 kbit/s 12 = up to 1.11 bit/s 4 = up to 2.44 bit/s 3 = up to 1.22 bit/s 2 = up to 0. 0 = subscribed 1 = up to 8 kbit/s 2 = up to 16 kbit/s 3 = up to 32 kbit/s 4 = up to 64 kbit/s 5 = up to 128 kbit/s 6 = up to 256 kbit/s 7 = up to 512 kbit/s 8 = up to 1024 kbit/s 9 = up to 2048 kbit/s Negotiated delay class GPRS delay class: 1 = best 2 3 4 = best effort Peak TPut class Integer Delay class Integer .11 kbit/s 13 = up to 2.22 kbit/s 11 = up to 0.2 bit/s 5 = up to 4.4 kbit/s 15 = up to 11.4 bit/s 6 = up to 11.2 kbit/s 14 = up to 4. 0 = subscribed 1 = up to 0.

01% "E5" = 0. Negotiated delivery order 0 = No 1 = Yes Negotiated maximum SDU size Negotiated maximum service data unit (SDU) size in bytes. Values range from 1 to 384.001% "E6" = 0. –1 if not available. Values range from 1 to 384. Negotiated SDU error ratio Negotiated service data unit (SDU) error ratio in quotes.0001% "7E3" = 0. –1 if not available. ratio String . Negotiated maximum downlink bit rate Negotiated maximum downlink bit rate in kbits/s. order Integer Max SDU size Integer SDU err.25 2 = like IP 3 = for signaling 4 = for text TV style applications 5 = for video Negotiated traffic class 0 = Conversational 1 = Streaming 2 = Interactive 3 = Background Negotiated maximum uplink bit rate Negotiated maximum uplink bit rate in kbits/s. class Integer Traffic class Integer Max UL TPut Max DL TPut Gr. Values range from 1 to 2047. Negotiated guaranteed downlink bit rate Negotiated guaranteed downlink bit rate in kbits/s. Negotiated guaranteed uplink bit rate Negotiated guaranteed uplink bit rate in kbits/s.1% "E4" = 0.146 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n Priority class Integer Negotiated priority class GPRS priority class: 1 = high 2 = normal 3 = low Negotiated reliability class GPRS reliability class: 1 = like X. UL TPut Integer Integer Integer Gr.7% Reliab. Values range from 1 to 2047. Values range from 10 to 1500. "0E0" = 100% "E" = 10% "E2" = 1% "E3" = 0. DL TPut Integer Deliv.

err.123456 +64.000006% Negotiated delivery of erroneous PDUs 0 = No 1 = Yes 2 = No detect Negotiated transfer delay Negotiated transfer delay in milliseconds. Integer Example: QSPN +32. PDU Integer Transfer delay Integer Traffic prior. "0E0" = 100% "E2" = 1% "E3" = 0.001% "E6" = 0. BER String Negotiated residual bit error ratio Negotiated residual bit error ratio in quotes.4% "5E2" = 5% "5E3" = 0.1% "E4" = 0. –1 if not available.5% "6E8" = 0.156 3 31 4 4 2 4 3 64 64 -1 -1 0 1500 "1E3" "1E5" 2 -1 -1 . Values range from 1 to 4100.654433 55 123 1 8 99 12:13:14. Negotiated traffic handling priority –1 if not available. 1 Highest priority 2 3 Lowest priority Deliv.01% "E5" = 0.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 147 Resid.0001% "4E3" = 0.

th. Packet state Type Integer Description Packet data technology 1 = GPRS 2 = EGPRS Packet state 0 = No GPRS available 1 = Detached 2 = Attached 3 = Standby 4 = Packet session active Routing area code Values range from 0 to 255. UMTS.7 PACKET CHANNEL INFO (PCHI) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools PCHI GSM. Nemo Indoor Parameters for GPRS and EGPRS Name Packet tech.148 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. GSM RLC/MAC radio priority The RLC/MAC radio priority level for uplink user data transmission. where 1 is highest priority and 4 lowest priority. Split PG cycle PS coding UL Integer Integer Integer . Priority access threshold Values range from 0 to 7. Values range from 1 to 4. Split PG cycle The split PG cycle parameter defines the DRX period in seconds. Packet channel coding uplink 1 = CS-1 / MCS-1 with EGPRS 2 = CS-2 / MCS-2 with EGPRS 3 = CS-3 / MCS-3 with EGPRS 4 = CS-4 / MCS-4 with EGPRS 5 = MCS-5 6 = MCS-6 7 = MCS-7 8 = MCS-8 9 = MCS-9 Integer RAC Radio priority Integer Integer Prior. CDMA 2000 PS Data Always Recorded when parameters changes Nemo Outdoor. acc.9.

GPRS cell reselection penalty time Values range from 5 to 300 seconds.123456 +64.156 1 4 1 1 15 10 1 3 2 2 3 4 3 2 … . Number of timeslots in list is indicated by previous parameter. CLRS time Integer Integer Example: PCHI +32. IR status UL PBCCH Integer Integer CLRS hyst. Network mode of operation 1 = NW1 2 = NW2 3 = NW3 #PS TSL UL #PS TSL DL PS TNs UL Integer Integer Integer PS TNs DL Integer NW operation Integer Network ctrl.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. PBCCH Status 0 = Disabled 1 = Enabled GPRS cell reselection hysteresis Values range from 0 to 14dB. order Integer Network control order 0 = NC0 (Mobile controlled cell re-selection without measurement reports) 1 = NC1 (Mobile controlled cell re-selection with measurement reports) 2 = NC2 (Network controlled cell re-selection with measurement reports) Incremental redundancy status uplink 0 = Disabled.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 149 PS coding DL Integer Packet channel coding downlink 1 = CS-1 / MCS-1 with EGPRS 2 = CS-2 / MCS-2 with EGPRS 3 = CS-3 / MCS-3 with EGPRS 4 = CS-4 / MCS-4 with EGPRS 5 = MCS-5 6 = MCS-6 7 = MCS-7 8 = MCS-8 9 = MCS-9 Number of packet timeslots uplink Number of packet timeslots downlink Packet timeslots uplink Allocated uplink timeslots. Number of timeslots in list is indicated by previous parameter. Packet timeslots downlink Allocated downlink timeslots. 1 = Enabled.

123456 +64.150 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n Parameters for UMTS Name Packet tech.156 3 4 1 1 Parameters for CDMA 2000 Name Packet tech.123456 +64. Network mode of operation 1 = NW1 2 = NW2 RAC NW mode Integer Integer Example: PCHI +32. Packet state Type Integer Integer Description Packet technology 4 = CDMA 2000 Packet state 0 = Null 1 = Init 2 = Connected 3 = Dormant 4 = Reconnect Example: PCHI +32.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Packet state Type Integer Integer Description Packet technology 3 = UMTS Packet state 0 = No GPRS available 1 = Detached 2 = Attached 3 = Standby 4 = Packet session active Routing area code Values range from 0 to 255.156 4 2 .

Downlink MUX option Values range from 0 to 65535. timer Integer UL MUX DL MUX Integer Integer Example: PCHR +32.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.9. recorded right after packet session activation (PAA) is attempted to inform requested channel parameters. Uplink MUX option Values range from 0 to 65535. Value range from 0 to 1275 seconds. Nemo Outdoor.123456 +64. Inact.156 14 100 2337 2337 .NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 151 4. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters for CDMA 2000 Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 Inactivity timer Inactivity time before mobile goes to dormant state.8 PACKET CHANNEL REQUEST (PCHR) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded PCHR CDMA 2000 PS data Idle In idle mode.

Nemo Indoor Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Example: GAA +32.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. GAA GSM.152 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.156 .9 GPRS ATTACH ATTEMPT (GAA) ♦ Note that the measurement system writes the GAA event to the measurement file if the mobile was attached when the measurement was started. UMTS PS Data Idle Recorded when GPRS attach is attempted Nemo Outdoor.9.123456 +64.

10 GPRS ATTACH FAILED (GAF) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name Attach fail Type Integer Description Attach failure status 1 = User abort 2 = Network reject (GMM cause) 3 = Mobile reject (GMM cause) 4 = Timeout 5 = PPP error (OS RAS cause) Attach failure time Time in seconds from attach attempt to failure.123456 +64. Nemo Indoor Att.9.5 for a list of GMM cause values. UMTS PS Data Idle Recorded after GAA event when GPRS attach fails Nemo Outdoor. GAF GSM.7 for a list of OS RAS cause values. Attach failure cause GMM or OS RAS cause for rejection.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Value set –1 if not available. fail cause Integer Example: GAF +32. fail time Integer Att.156 1 5 34 . See chapter 6. See chapter 6.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 153 4.

154 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.123456 +64. Nemo Indoor Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name Attach time Type Integer Description Attach attempt time Time from attach attempt to connect in seconds.11 GPRS ATTACH CONNECTED (GAC) ♦ Note that the measurement system writes the GAC event to the measurement file if the mobile was attached when the measurement was started. Example: GAC +32.9.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Nemo Outdoor.156 5 . GAC GSM PS Data Attach Recorded after GAA event when GPRS attach has succeeded.

NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 155 4.5 for a list of GMM cause values. Detach time Time from detach attempt to GPRS detach in milliseconds. –1 if not available. UMTS PS Data Idle Recorded when GPRS is detached. Nemo Indoor Att.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.156 1 300 –1 2500 . Detach cause GMM cause for deactivation.12 GPRS DETACH (GAD) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name Detach status Type Integer Description GPRS detach status 1 = User detach 2 = Network detach (GMM cause) 3 = Mobile detach (GMM cause) Attach duration Time from attach attempt to GPRS detach in seconds. GAD GSM.123456 +64. Nemo Outdoor.9. See chapter 6. duration Detach cause Integer Integer Detach time Integer Example: GAD +32.

Example: BLER +32.9. Nemo Outdoor. Transport channel block error rate in UMTS.123456 +64. Attach. UMTS PS Data Call active (UMTS only).13 BLOCK ERROR RATE (BLER) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded BLER GSM.6 .156 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name BLER DL Type Float Description Block error rate downlink RLC/MAC downlink block error rate in GPRS.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Packet active Recorded when mobile phone reports the information.156 0.

9.14 RLC DATA THROUGHPUT (RDAS) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded RDAS GSM PS Data Attach.156 1000 1000 10 . RLC throughput downlink Downlink RLC throughput in bits per second.123456 +64. Nemo Outdoor.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 157 4. RLC retransmission rate uplink RLC rate DL Integer RLC retrans. Packet active Recorded when mobile phone reports the information.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Values range from 0 to 115200. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name RLC rate UL Type Integer Description RLC throughput uplink Uplink RLC throughput in bits per second. UL Integer Example: RDAS +32. Values range from 0 to 115200.

123456 +64. Packet active Recorded when mobile phone reports the information. Nemo Outdoor. Values range from 0 to 115200.158 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.9. LLC throughput downlink Downlink LLC throughput in bits per second. LLC retransmission rate uplink LLC rate DL Integer LLC retrans.156 1000 1000 10 . Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name LLC rate UL Type Integer Description LLC throughput uplink Uplink LLC throughput in bits per second.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.15 LLC DATA THROUGHPUT (LDAS) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded LDAS GSM PS Data Attach. UL Integer Example: LDAS +32. Values range from 0 to 115200.

16 ROUTING AREA UPDATE ATTEMPT (RUA) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded RUA GSM.123456 +64.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.156 1 . Packet active Recorded when routing area update operation is initiated. UMTS PS data Attach. Nemo Outdoor. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name RAU type Type Integer Description Routing area update type 1 = Routing area update 2 = Combined routing area and location area update 3 = Combined routing area and location area update with IMSI attach 4 = Periodic update Example: RUA +32.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 159 4.9.

Old location area code Location area code of the old cell.17 ROUTING AREA UPDATE SUCCESSFUL (RUS) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded RUS GSM.123456 +64.160 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. Values range from 0 to 65535. Routing area update success time Time from routing area update attempt in seconds. Values range from 0 to 255. Packet active Recorded when routing area update operation has been completed successfully. Routing area code Values range from 0 to 255 Location area code Values range from 0 to 65535.156 10 17 25 32 10 .654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.9. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Old RAC Type Integer Description Old routing area code Routing area code of the old cell. UMTS PS data Attach. Old LAC Integer RAC LAC RAU time Integer Integer Integer Example: RUS +32. Nemo Outdoor.

2. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Att. See chapter 6.123456 +64. Values range from 0 to 65535.5 for a list of possible values.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 161 4. Packet active Recorded when routing area update operation has failed.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Nemo Outdoor.18 ROUTING AREA UPDATE FAIL (RUF) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded RUF GSM. UMTS PS data Attach. RAC Type Integer Description Attempted routing area code Routing area code of the attempted cell. Routing area update failure cause GMM cause value. LAC Integer RAU fail time RAU fail cause Integer Integer Example: RUF +32. Routing area update failure time Time from routing area update attempt in seconds.3) Att. (GSM 04.60 $ 11. Attempted location area code Location area code of the attempted cell.9. Values range from 0 to 255.156 10 17 15 17 .

Integer Example: TBFI +32. Packet session Recorded when TBF information changes. Number of downlink TBFs TFI Temporary flow identity. TBFI GSM PS data Attach. Values range from 64 to 1024 with EGPRS.123456 +64. –1 if not available. Nemo Outdoor. Values range from 64 to 1024 with EGPRS. Nemo Indoor #Header params Integer TLLI Integer #Params / TBF #UL TBFs TFI Integer Integer Integer UL RLC win. Always 64 with GPRS. –1 if not available. –1 if not available.162 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. TLLI Temporary logical link identity. Downlink RLC window size RLC layer send buffer size.19 TBF INFORMATION (TBFI) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM 1800 3 = GSM 1900 22 = GSM 850 Number of header parameters This parameter specifies how many parameters there are before TBF specific parameters starts. Always 64 with GPRS. Values range from 0 to 2^32. Integer #DL TBFs TFI Integer Integer DL RLC win. Number of parameters per TBF The parameter tells how many entries there are per TBF. Values range from 0 to 31.156 1 3 647367 2 1 17 64 1 16 64 . Uplink RLC window size RLC layer send buffer size.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.9. Values range from 0 to 31. Number of uplink TBFs TFI Temporary flow identity.

95 6 = 10.5 dB.10 AMR EVENTS 4. AMR third hysteresis Values range from 0 to 7.5 dB.5 dB.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 163 4.15 2 = 5.2 AMR initial codec mode indicator AMR first threshold Values range from 0 to 31. AMR second threshold Values range from 0 to 31. Nemo Indoor AMR init.10.5 dB. AMR third threshold Values range from 0 to 31.5 dB.2 7 = 12.4 5 = 7.75 1 = 5. AMR second hysteresis Values range from 0 to 7. mode Integer AMR ICMI AMR TH1 AMR HYS1 AMR TH2 AMR HYS2 AMR TH3 AMR HYS3 #Active codecs Integer Float Float Float Float Float Float Integer . AMR first hysteresis Values range from 0 to 7.1 AMR INFORMATION (AMRI) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM 1800 3 = GSM 1900 22 = GSM 850 AMR initial codec mode 0 = 4. AMR number of active codecs AMRI GSM Voice call Call active Nemo Outdoor.9 3 = 6.7 4 = 7.5 dB.

95 6 = 10.5 2 0 1 .2 7 = 12.4 5 = 7.2 Example: AMRI +32.9 3 = 6.5 3.0 2.123456 +64.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.0 1.7 4 = 7.156 3 0 0 1.75 1 = 5.0 3.0 4.164 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n AMR codecs Integer AMR active codecs 0 = 4.15 2 = 5.

156 3 2 1 2 2 . Nemo Indoor AMR mode UL Integer AMR mode DL Integer AMR mode cmd.10.95 6 = 10. See AMR mode uplink.4 5 = 7. See AMR mode uplink. AMR mode req.7 4 = 7.75 1 = 5.9 3 = 6. AMRS GSM Voice call Call active Nemo Outdoor.15 2 = 5. 0 = 4.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.2 AMR STATUS (AMRS) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM 1800 3 = GSM 1900 22 = GSM 850 AMR mode uplink Current UL mode within mode set. Integer Integer Example: AMRS +32. See AMR mode uplink.2 AMR mode downlink Current DL mode within mode set.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 165 4.2 7 = 12. AMR last mode command Last mode command within mode set.123456 +64. AMR last mode request Last mode request within mode set.

AMRQ GSM Voice call Call active Nemo Outdoor.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.123456 +64.156 3 10.10. Values range from 0 to 32.3 AMR LINK QUALITY ESTIMATE (AMRQ) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM 1800 3 = GSM 1900 22 = GSM 850 AMR link quality estimate Current link quality estimate in dB. Nemo Indoor AMR qual.0 . est.166 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. Float Example: AMRQ +32.

255 if not available.0.11 AUDIO QUALITY EVENTS 4.0).11. -1 if not available. EPC Nemo Tools Parameters Name AQ mean Type Float Description Audio quality mean Average quality value during one audio sample.1 –1. Values range from 0 to 100%.0 "" 5 0 -20 . Values range from 0. Not available at the moment (-1. –1.0).1 UPLINK AUDIO QUALITY (AQUL) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded AQUL All Voice quality Call active and during voice quality test.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 167 4. Signal level Power of received signal in dB (relative to reference). Values range from –60 to 0 db although these are not absolute min and max values. Recorded by fixed end measurement devices when audio quality evaluation is ended during voice test call. Audio quality best Best quality value during one audio sample.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Values range from –50 to 50 db although these are not absolute min and max values. Missing syllables Percentage of missing syllables in received sentence. Not available at the moment (-1.156 4. Audio sample file name Name of the audio sample file (in double quotes) stored on disk during measurement. 255 if not available. “” if the file is not saved. Zero is the worst.0 means that the value is not available.123456 +64. Audio quality worst Worst quality value during one audio sample. 5 is the best quality. AQ worst Float AQ best Float Audio file String Miss.0 –1. Noise level Power of noise in received signal in dB (relative to full scale). syllables Integer Signal Integer Noise Integer Example: AQUL +32.0 to 5.

1 –1. Noise level Power of noise in received signal in dB (relative to full scale). “” if the file is not saved. Values range from 0 to 100%.0).0. -1 if not available. EPC Nemo Tools Parameters Name AQ mean Type Float Description Audio quality mean Average quality value during one audio sample. Audio quality worst Worst quality value during one audio sample. Missing syllables Percentage of missing syllables in received sentence. Signal level Power of received signal in dB (relative to reference). Values range from –50 to 50 db although these are not absolute min and max values.168 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. Values range from 0. Not available at the moment (-1. Audio quality best Best quality value during one audio sample.0 to 5.0). –1. Zero is the worst.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. 255 if not available. Not available at the moment (-1. syllables Integer Signal Integer Noise Integer Example: AQDL +32.156 3.0 means that the value is not available. 255 if not available. AQ worst Float AQ best Float Audio file String Miss. Values range from –60 to 0 db although these are not absolute min and max values. 5 is the best quality.123456 +64. Recorded by field measurement devices when audio quality evaluation is ended during voice test call.0 –1. Audio sample file name Name of the audio sample file (in double quotes) stored on disk during measurement.2 DOWNLINK AUDIO QUALITY (AQDL) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded AQDL All Voice quality Call active and during voice quality test.11.0 "" 6 0 -20 .

654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. EPC Nemo Tools Parameters Name Audio test type Type Integer Description Audio quality test type 1 = loop-back 2 = uplink 3 = downlink 4 = up/downlink 5 = off Audio activity status 0 = no audio detected 1 = audio signal detected -1= not available Audio synchronization status 0 = No synchronization 1 = Synchronized -1 = not available Audio activity Integer Audio synch.156 4 -1 1 .NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 169 4. Recorded into measurement files when audio quality info parameters change.123456 +64.11.3 AUDIO QUALITY INFO (AQI) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded AQI All Voice quality Call active and during voice quality test. Integer Example: AQI +32.

156 15 .170 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. UMTS Location testing When location testing is started Nemo Outdoor. GSM.12.1 LOCATION REQUEST ATTEMPT (LOCA) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM 1800 3 = GSM 1900 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 22 = GSM 850 LOCA CDMA 2000. Nemo Indoor Example: LOCA +32.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.123456 +64.12 LOCATION EVENTS 4.

time Integer Example: LOCS +32.12. Nemo Indoor LOC succ. GSM.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 171 4. LOCS CDMA 2000.156 15 12 .123456 +64. UMTS Location testing When location information is successfully received Nemo Outdoor.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.2 LOCATION RESPONSE SUCCESS (LOCS) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM 1800 3 = GSM 1900 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 22 = GSM 850 Location request success time Time from attempt to response in seconds.

12.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.3 LOCATION RESPONSE FAIL (LOCF) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM 1800 3 = GSM 1900 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 22 = GSM 850 Location request failure time Time from attempt to fail in seconds.172 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. GSM.123456 +64. Location request failure cause 1 = Timeout 2 = No service LOCF CDMA 2000. UMTS Location testing When location information receiving failed Nemo Outdoor. Nemo Indoor LOC fail time LOC fail cause Integer Integer Example: LOCF +32.156 15 15 1 .

spr. String String String String Integer Integer Vel. Hor. Lat. vert. lat. err. Mean long.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 173 4. err. long. err. GSM. min Hor. hor. Hor. Mean alt. mean Hor. Float Float Float String String Integer Integer Integer Integer Integer . heading Mean lat. err.12. Vel. min Hor. Nemo Indoor Ref. Vel. UMTS Location testing When location information received Nemo Outdoor. err. Alt. Ref.4 LOCATION INFORMATION (LOCI) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM 1800 3 = GSM 1900 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 22 = GSM 850 Reference latitude Latitude of the reference position Reference longitude Longitude of the reference position Latitude Latitude of the measured position Longitude Longitude of the measured position Altitude Horizontal error Horizontal error between reference position and current position Velocity horizontal Velocity vertical Velocity heading Mean latitude Mean longitude Mean altitude Horizontal error mean Horizontal error min Horizontal error max Horizontal error spread Value represents the spread the position cluster around the mean position error LOCI CDMA 2000. Long.

Time phase 1 Time phase 2 Time pseudor. err.174 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n Hor.123456 +64.156 .654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Integer String String String String Example: LOCI +32. err. cdf67 Integer Horizontal error cdf 67% The “cdf 67%” value represents the cumulative density function of the horizontal error at its 67th percentile point Horizontal error cdf 95% The “cdf 95%” value represents the cumulative density function of the horizontal error at its 95th percentile point Outliers Number of positions that are more than 150 meters apart from the reference position. Provide time location Provide time phase 1 Provide time phase 2 Provide time pseudorange Hor. Count Number of measured positions. cdf95 Integer Outliers Integer Count Time loc.

13 MISCELLANEOUS EVENTS 4.13. Nemo Indoor Example: TNOTE +32.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 175 4.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.123456 +64.1 TEXTUAL USER NOTE (TNOTE) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name TNote Type String Description Textual note Text inserted by the user (in double quotes) TNOTE All All Always Inserted in the measurement file by the user Nemo Outdoor.156 “This looks good!” .

176 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.13.wav file that contains the recorded message VNOTE All All Always Inserted in the measurement file by the user Nemo Outdoor.wav” . Nemo Indoor Example: VNOTE +32.123456 +64.2 VOICE NOTE (VNOTE) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name VNote Type String Description Voice note Name (in double quotes) of the .156 “note3.

3 USER MARKER (MARK) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded MARK All All Always Inserted in the measurement file by the user during measurement Nemo Outdoor.# Marker# Type Integer Description Marker sequence number The ordinal number of the marker during measurement session Marker number Marker identification number for measuring location.13. Integer Example: MARK +32.156 9 3 . Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Marker seq.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14.123456 +64.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 177 4. Values range from 1 to 9.

178 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.4 TEXTUAL ERROR NOTE (ERR) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded ERR All All Always Inserted in the measurement file by the user during measurement when some error situation occurs Nemo Outdoor.13.123456 +64.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools Parameters Name Error Type String Description Error A description of the error situation (in double quotes) Example: ERR +32.156 “DEVICE NOT CONNECTED” .

123456 +64.02. Nemo Indoor Example: DATE +32.mm.156 05.13.2001 .yyyy dd: the day of the new date mm: the month of the new date yyyy: the year of the new date DATE All All Always Recorded at midnight when the date changes Nemo Outdoor.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 179 4.5 CHANGE OF DAY (DATE) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name Date Type String Description Date New date in format dd.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 00:00:00.

CDMA 2000 All Always Nemo Outdoor.180 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4. Value is –1 if not available. Nemo Indoor Timer name Timer state String Integer Timer value Integer Example: TIMER +32.13.6 TIMER (TIMER) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 Timer name Timer name in double quotes.123456 +64.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Timer state 1 = Started 2 = Stopped 3 = Timeout Timer value Current value of the timer. TIMER cdmaOne.156 7 “Release timer” 1 -1 .

156 14 7 “Suspended” . Nemo Indoor System state String Example: MSCS +32.13.123456 +64.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 181 4. MSCS cdmaOne.654321 55 1234 1 8 99 12:13:14. Nemo Outdoor.7 MS CELLULAR SYSTEM STATE (MSCS) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded Nemo Tools Parameters Name System Type Integer Description Cellular system 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 Cellular system state In double quotes. CDMA 2000 All Always Recorded when cellular system state changes.

Nemo Indoor Nemo Tools .8 PAUSE (PAUSE) Event ID Cellular systems Mode Recorded PAUSE All All Always Recorded when measurement is paused by the user.13. Nemo Outdoor.182 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 4.

1 1 2 3 4 5 6 11 12 13 17 22 32 33 34 38 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 111 APPENDIX 2 . no activity on the radio path Pre-emtive release Handover impossible.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 183 5 APPENDIX 1 .2 0 1 2 3 4 5 8 9 10 65 95 RR CAUSE VALUES Normal event Abnormal release.RELEASE NOTES The CAD Event status 9 and 10 are not available at the moment. channel unacceptable Abnormal release. unspecified 6. unspecified Abnormal release. timing advance out of range Channel mode unacceptable Frequency not implemented Call already cleared Semantically incorrect message . timer expired Abnormal release.ERROR CODES MM CAUSE VALUES Unallocated TMSI IMSI unknown HLR Illegal MS IMSI unknown in VLR IMEI not accepted Illegal ME PLMN not allowed Location Area not allowed National 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 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. 6 6.

no answer Call rejected Number Non selected user clearing Destination out of order Invalid number format (incomplete number) Facility rejected Response to STATUS ENQUIRY Normal. unspecified Quality of service unavailable Requested facility not subscribed Incoming calls barred within the CUG Bearer capability not authorized Bearer capability not presently available Sevice or option not available. unspecified No circuit/channel available Network out of order Temporary failure Switching equipment congestion Access information discarded Requested circuit/Channel not available Resources unavailable.184 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 96 97 98 100 101 111 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 unspecified 6.3 1 3 6 8 16 17 18 19 21 22 26 27 28 29 30 31 34 38 41 42 43 44 47 49 50 55 57 58 63 65 69 70 79 81 87 88 91 95 CC CAUSE VALUES Unassigned (unallocated number) No route to destination Channel unacceptable Operator determined barring Normal clearing User busy No user responding User alerting. unspecified Bearer service not implemented Requested facility not implemented Only restricted digital information bearer capability is available Service or option not implemented. unspecified Invalid transaction indentifier value User not member of CUG Incompatible destination Invalid transit network selection Semantically incorrect message .

4 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 CC CAUSE VALUES FOR CDMAONE AND CDMA 2000 Call active No call active Unsupported call mode Signalling failure UI failure Release by user Call in progress No value CS access failure Number barred Network busy No service Connection lost Network release Error request Invalid call mode Conflict release Incompatible service option Invalid call id Error releasing call Release by application Answer fail No answer release DTMF sending busy NAM change release NDSS redirection fail .NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 185 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 111 127 Invalid mandatory information Message type not non-existent 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. unspecified Interworking. unspecified 6.

Unknown or missing access point name This cause code is used by the network to indicate that the requested service was rejected by the external packet data network because the access point name was not included although required or if the access point name could not be resolved. unspecified 6.5 GMM CAUSE VALUES GSM 04..186 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 6. if the SM receives a SNSM-STATUS. Unknown PDP address or PDP type This cause code is used by the network to indicate that the requested service was rejected by the external packet data network because the PDP address or type could not be recognized. User authentication failed This cause code is used by the network to indicate that the requested service was rejected by the external packet data network due to a failed user authentication.6 25 SM CAUSE VALUES LLC or SNDCP failure This cause code is used by the MS indicate that a PDP context is deactivated because of a LLC or SNDCP failure (e.request message with cause "DM received " or "invalid XID response") Insufficient resources This cause code is used by the MS or by the network to indicate that a PDP context activation request or PDP context modification request cannot be accepted due to insufficient resources.. Activation rejected by GGSN This cause code is used by the network to indicate that the requested service was rejected by the GGSN. 26 27 28 29 30 .3 2 3 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 16 17 22 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 111 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 MSC temporarily not reachable Network failure Congestion 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.2.60 $ 11.g.

Requested service option not subscribed Service option temporarily out of order NSAPI already used This cause code is used by the network to indicate that the NSAPI requested by the MS in the PDP context activation is already used by another active PDP context of this MS. Message type non-existent or not implemented. Invalid transaction identifier value. Information element non-existent or not implemented Conditional IE error. unspecified 6. unspecified This cause code is used by the network to indicate that the requested service was rejected due to unspecified reasons.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 187 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 81 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 111 Activation rejected. Semantically incorrect message. Invalid mandatory information. Service option not supported This cause code is used by the network when the MS requests a service which is not supported by the PLMN. Feature not supported This cause code is used by the MS to indicate that the PDP context activation initiated by the network is not supported by the MS. Message not compatible with protocol state Protocol error. QoS not accepted This cause code is used by the MS if the new QoS cannot be accepted that were indicated by the network in the PDP Context Modification procedure. Network failure This cause code is used by the network to indicate that the PDP context deactivation is caused by an error situation in the network. Reactivation requested This cause code is used by the network to request a PDP context reactivation after a GGSN restart.7 600 601 602 603 604 605 606 607 608 609 610 611 RAS CAUSE VALUES An operation is pending The port handle is invalid The port is already open Caller's buffer is too small Wrong information specified Cannot set port information The port is not connected The event is invalid The device does not exist The device type does not exist The buffer is invalid The route is not available . Regular PDP context deactivation This cause code is used to indicate a regular MS or network initiated PDP context deactivation. Message not compatible with protocol state.

188 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 612 613 614 615 616 617 618 619 620 621 622 623 624 625 626 627 628 629 630 631 632 633 634 635 636 637 638 639 640 641 642 643 644 645 646 647 648 649 650 651 652 653 654 655 656 657 658 The route is not allocated Invalid compression specified Out of buffers The port was not found An asynchronous request is pending The port or device is already disconnecting The port is not open The port is disconnected There are no endpoints Cannot open the phone book file Cannot load the phone book file Cannot find the phone book entry Cannot write the phone book file Invalid information found in the phone book file Cannot load a string Cannot find key The port was disconnected The data link was terminated by the remote machine The port was disconnected due to hardware failure The port was disconnected by the user The structure size is incorrect The port is already in use or is not configured for Remote Access dial out Cannot register your computer on on the remote network Unknown error The wrong device is attached to the port The string could not be converted The request has timed out No asynchronous net available A NetBIOS error has occurred The server cannot allocate NetBIOS resources needed to support the client One of your NetBIOS names is already registered on the remote network A network adapter at the server failed You will not receive network message popups Internal authentication error The account is not permitted to logon at this time of day The account is disabled The password has expired The account does not have Remote Access permission The Remote Access server is not responding Your modem (or other connecting device) has reported an error Unrecognized response from the device A macro required by the device was not found in the device .INF file section contains an undefined macro The device .INF or media .INF file section A command or response in the device .INF file secion The <defaultoff> macro in the device .INF file section refers to an undefined macro The <message> macro was not found in the device .INF file could not be opened The device name in the device .INI file is too long .

Wait a few seconds and redial No active ISDN lines are available No ISDN channels are available to make the call Too many errors occurred because of poor phone line quality The Remote Access IP configuration is unusable No IP addresses are available in the static pool of Remote Access IP addresses Timed out waiting for a valid response from the remote PPP peer PPP terminated by remote machine No PPP control protocols configured Remote PPP peer is not responding .25 diagnostic indication The account has expired Error changing password on domain.INF file is missing a command Attempted to set a macro not listed in device .INI file Cannot read the maximum connection BPS rate from the media . The connection requires interaction with the user to complete successfully X.INF file contains no responses for the command The device . The password may be too short or may match a previously used password Serial overrun errors were detected while communicating with your modem RasMan initialization failure.INF file is not in the expected format The device response caused buffer overflow The expanded command in the device .INI file is invalid Cannot read the section name from the media .INF file section The media .INI file refers to an unknown device type Cannot allocate memory The port is not configured for Remote Access Your modem (or other connecting device) is not functioning Cannot read the media .INF file is too long The device moved to a BPS rate not supported by the COM driver Device response received when none expected The Application does not allow user interaction.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 189 659 660 661 662 663 664 665 666 667 668 669 670 671 672 673 674 675 676 677 678 679 680 681 682 683 684 685 686 687 688 689 690 691 692 693 694 695 696 697 698 699 700 701 702 703 704 The media .INI file refers to an unknown device name The device .INI file Cannot read the device name from the media .INI file Cannot read the usage from the media .INI file The connection dropped The usage parameter in the media .INI file Cannot read the device type from the media .INI file Cannot read the maximum carrier BPS rate from the media . Check the event log Biplex port initializing.INI file The line is busy A person answered instead of a modem There is no answer Cannot detect carrier There is no dial tone General error reported by device Access denied because username and/or password is invalid on the domain Hardware failure in port or attached device A response keyname in the device .

W. and space are allowed in the number A syntax error was encountered while processing a script The connection could not be disconnected because it was created by the Multi-Protocol Router 6. Only characters 0 to 9.invalid configuration 7 . ). Check the event log Invalid callback number.physical channel failure 2 . Redial.cell update occurred 6 . -.configuration unsupported 1 . T. @.9 DATA TRANSFER FAILURE CAUSE VALUES General error codes: 1 Timeout 2 Invalid remote address 3 Invalid username/password 4 Invalid remote file 5 Invalid local file 6 Incorrect index .compressed mode runtime error 5 .190 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 705 706 707 708 709 710 711 712 713 714 715 716 717 718 719 720 721 722 723 724 725 726 727 728 729 730 The PPP packet is invalid The phone number including prefix and suffix is too long The IPX protocol cannot dial-out on the port because the machine is an IPX router The IPX protocol cannot dial-in on the port because the IPX router is not installed The IPX protocol cannot be used for dial-out on more than one port at a time Cannot access TCPCFG.incompatible simultaneous reconfiguration 3 .DLL Cannot find an IP adapter bound to Remote Access SLIP cannot be used unless the IP protocol is installed Computer registration is not complete The protocol is not configured The PPP negotiation is not converging The PPP control protocol for this network protocol is not available on the server The PPP link control protocol terminated The requested address was rejected by the server The remote computer terminated the control protocol Loopback detected The server did not assign an address The authentication protocol required by the remote server cannot use the Windows NT encrypted password. (. P.configuration incomplete 8 .8 RRC CAUSE VALUES 0 .unsupported measurement 6.protocol error 4 . entering the password explicitly Invalid TAPI configuration The local computer does not support the required encryption type The remote computer does not support the required encryption type The remote computer requires encryption Cannot use the IPX network number assigned by remote server.

local error in processing. file busy). File unavailable (e. This may include errors such as command line too long. 452 Requested action not taken. 530 User not logged in. 504 Command not implemented for that parameter. storage allocation exceeded. command unrecognized. Insufficient storage space in system. 553 Requested action not taken.. 550 Requested action not taken. 503 Bad sequence of commands.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 191 Standard FTP error codes: 421 Service not available. 500 Syntax error. 450 Requested file action not taken. 502 Command not implemented. Illegal file name. 552 Requested file action aborted. 501 Syntax error in parameters or arguments. no access). file not found.g. 451 Requested action aborted. closing control connection.g. Standard HTTP error codes: 300 Multiple Choices 301 Moved Permanently 302 Moved Temporarily 303 See Other 304 Not Modified 305 Use Proxy 400 Bad Request 401 Unauthorized 402 Payment Required 403 Forbidden 404 Not Found 405 406 407 408 409 410 411 412 413 414 415 500 501 502 503 504 505 Method Not Allowed Not Acceptable Proxy Authentication Required Request Time-Out Conflict Gone Length Required Precondition Failed Request Entity Too Large Request-URL Too Large Unsupported Media Type Server Error Not Implemented Bad Gateway Out of Resources Gateway Time-Out HTTP Version not supported . 532 Need account for storing files. 426 Connection closed. transfer aborted. File unavailable (e.. 425 Cannot open data connection.

or no implementation for it exists. A non-blocking socket operation could not be completed immediately. An operation was attempted on something that is not a socket. Only one usage of each socket address (protocol/network address/port) is normally permitted. or unsupported option or level was specified in a getsockopt or setsockopt call. The connection has been broken due to keep-alive activity detecting a failure while the operation was in progress. The requested address is not valid in its context. command unrecognized 501 Syntax error in parameters or arguments 502 Command not implemented 503 Bad sequence of commands 504 Command parameter not implemented 550 Requested action not taken: mailbox unavailable 551 User not local 552 Requested mail action aborted: exceeded storage allocation 553 Requested action not taken: mailbox name not allowed 554 Transaction failed 6. Too many open sockets. A protocol was specified in the socket function call that does not support the semantics of the socket type requested. An attempt was made to access a socket in a way forbidden by its access permissions. invalid.192 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n Standard SMTP error codes: 421 Service not available. The protocol family has not been configured into the system or no implementation for it exists. A socket operation was attempted to an unreachable network. The file handle supplied is not valid. The attempted operation is not supported for the type of object referenced. The system detected an invalid pointer address in attempting to use a pointer argument in a call. A blocking operation is currently executing. A socket operation encountered a dead network. The support for the specified socket type does not exist in this address family. or the buffer used to receive a datagram into was smaller than the datagram itself. . The requested protocol has not been configured into the system.10 10004 10009 10013 10014 10022 10024 10035 10036 10037 10038 10039 10040 10041 10042 10043 10044 10045 10046 10047 10048 10049 10050 10051 10052 10053 SOCKET ERROR CODES A blocking operation was interrupted by a call to WSACancelBlockingCall. A message sent on a datagram socket was larger than the internal message buffer or some other network limit. An operation was attempted on a non-blocking socket that already had an operation in progress. An established connection was aborted by the software in your host machine. An unknown. A required address was omitted from an operation on a socket. closing transmission channel 450 Requested mail action not taken: mailbox unavailable 451 Requested action aborted: local error in processing 452 Requested action not taken: insufficient system storage 500 Syntax error. An address incompatible with the requested protocol was used. An invalid argument was supplied.

The call has been canceled. . The service cannot be found in the specified name space. 10062 Cannot translate name. 10105 The requested service provider is invalid. 10063 Name component or name was too long. The call has been canceled. 10059 Too many references to some kernel object. 10069 Ran out of disk quota. 11007 There are no senders. 10111 A call to WSALookupServiceEnd was made while this call was still processing. 10109 The specified class was not found. or established connection failed because connected host has failed to respond. 10070 File handle reference is no longer available.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 193 10054 An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host. 10071 Item is not available locally. 11003 A non-recoverable error occurred during a database lookup. 10101 Returned by WSARecv or WSARecvFrom to indicate the remote party has initiated a graceful shutdown sequence. 10110 No more results can be returned by WSALookupServiceNext. 10066 Cannot remove a directory that is not empty. 10107 A system call that should never fail has failed. 10093 Either the application has not called WSAStartup. 10065 A socket operation was attempted to an unreachable host. 10058 A request to send or receive data was disallowed because the socket had already been shut down in that direction with a previous shutdown call. or WSAStartup failed. 10104 The procedure call table is invalid. 10106 The requested service provider could not be loaded or initialized. but it does not have the correct associated data being resolved for. 10061 No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it. 10068 Ran out of quota. 10060 A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not properly respond after a period of time. 10056 A connect request was made on an already connected socket. 10103 A call to WSALookupServiceEnd was made while this call was still processing. 11005 At least one reserve has arrived. 10112 A database query failed because it was actively refused. 10055 An operation on a socket could not be performed because the system lacked sufficient buffer space or because a queue was full. 10092 The Windows Sockets version requested is not supported. 10057 A request to send or receive data was disallowed because the socket is not connected and (when sending on a datagram socket using a sendto call) no address was supplied. 10064 A socket operation failed because the destination host was down. 10108 No such service is known. 10091 WSAStartup cannot function at this time because the underlying system it uses to provide network services is currently unavailable. 10102 No more results can be returned by WSALookupServiceNext. 10067 A Windows Sockets implementation may have a limit on the number of applications that may use it simultaneously. 11002 This is usually a temporary error during hostname resolution and means that the local server did not receive a response from an authoritative server. 11006 At least one path has arrived. 11001 No such host is known. 11004 The requested name is valid and was found in the database.

An incorrect number of QOS FILTERSPECs were specified in the FLOWDESCRIPTOR. 6. An invalid policy object was found in the QOS provider-specific buffer.11 UMTS FAILURE CAUSE VALUES (3GPP 125. An invalid QOS filter style was used.13) Enumerated 0 = configuration unsupported 1 = physical channel failure 2 = incompatible simultaneous reconfiguration 3 = protocol error 4 = compressed mode runtime error 5 = cell update occurred 6 = invalid configuration 7 = configuration incomplete 8 = unsupported measurement 6. An invalid or inconsistent flowspec was found in the QOS structure. An invalid shaping rate object was found in the QOS provider-specific buffer.8. Error due to lack of resources. Problem with some part of the filterspec or providerspecific buffer in general. An invalid QOS flow descriptor was found in the flow descriptor list. An invalid or unrecognized service type was found in the flowspec.3. General QOS error. Invalid QOS provider-specific buffer. An incorrect number of flow descriptors was specified in the QOS structure.331 10.12 INTER-RAT HANDOVER FAILURE VALUES (3GPP 125. Unknown or conflicting style. Problem with some part of the flowspec. An object with an invalid ObjectLength field was specified in the QOS provider-specific buffer. An invalid FILTERSPEC was found in the QOS provider-specific buffer. Reserve has been confirmed.194 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 11008 11009 11010 11011 11012 11013 11014 11015 11016 11017 11018 11019 11020 11021 11022 11023 11024 11025 11026 11027 11028 11029 11030 11031 There are no receivers. An invalid QOS filter type was used.3. A reserved policy element was found in the QOS provider-specific buffer.3. Rejected for administrative reasons . An unrecognized object was found in the QOS provider-specific buffer. An invalid or inconsistent flowspec was found in the QOS provider-specific buffer.6) 0 = Configuration unacceptable 1 = physical channel failure 2 = protocol error .bad credentials.331 10. An invalid shape discard mode object was found in the QOS provider-specific buffer.

NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 195 3 = inter-RAT protocol error 4 = unspecified 7 APPENDIX 3 .CELLULAR SYSTEMS 1 = GSM 900 2 = GSM 1800 3 = GSM 1900 4 = AMPS 800 5 = DAMPS 800 6 = DAMPS 1900 7 = cdmaOne 800 8 = cdmaOne 1900 9 = NAMPS 800 10 = iDEN 11 = TETRA 12 = UMTS FDD 2100 13 = UMTS TDD 2100 14 = CDMA 2000 800 15 = CDMA 2000 1900 20 = UMTS FDD 1900 21 = UMTS TDD 1900 22 = GSM 850 .

95 1C time to tr. 98. 117 ACC_5 (Access probe transmitted at least 4 times). 47 #UL pwr down. 58 #UL pwr up. 117 ACC_4. 117 ACC_2. 86 #TSL C/I values. 95 A ACC_1. 117 ACC_5. 107 access probe TX level. 98. 117 ACC_7. 59 #DL pwr up. 37 AMPS events Audio Quality Info (AQI). 63 1 1A time to tr. 117 Access Channel Counters event. 169 Call Attempt (CAA). 40 #Chs. 62 #CS TSL DL. 20 Call Connect Success (CAC). 163 #chs. 162 #Fingers. cells. 62 #Active codecs. 22 #nChs. 117 access point name. 117 ACC_3. 162 #Undet. 100 #CS TSL UL.. 133 access probe delay. cells. 83 Handoff Success (HOS). 86 addition window. 162 #MOC. 179 Channel Info (CHI). 25 Call Failed (CAF). 57 #TSL results. 117 ACC_7 (Access probe transmitted at least 6 times). 77 #SCR added. 100 #Detect.. 173 altitude. cells. 107 act. 117 .196 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 8 # INDEX ACC_1 (Access REQ messages). 82 Incoming Call (CAI). 162 #Params/F-SCH. 103 #Params / cell. 101 #Params/R-SCH. 103. 117 ACC_8. 149 #Samples. 101 #PS TSL DL. 23 Call Disconnect (CAD). 62 #DL pwr down. 95 alt. 103 #Params. 22 Pause (PAUSE). 149 #PS TSL UL. 117 ACC_4 (Access probe transmitted at least 3 times). 117 ACC_3 (Access probe transmitted at least twice). 58 #UL TBFs. 107 access probe TX adjust. 168 Handoff Attempt (HOA). 173 AMPS events PING (PING). set size. 76. 78 #F-SCH.. 43 added SC. 117 ACC_8 (Unsuccessful access attempts).. 107 access probe number. 43 active set size. 62 #Params / prof. 86 added scrambling code number. 117 ACC_6 (Access probe transmitted at least 5 times). 86 #SCs removed. 77 #Params / TBF. 20 #Monit. 24 Change of Day (DATE). 80 Handoff Fail (HOF). 117 ACC_6. 117 ACC_2 (Access RESP messages). 182 #Active cells. 95 1B time to tr.. 90 Downlink Audio Quality (AQDL). 62 #MTC. 59 #DL TBFs. 101 #Header params.

168 Audio Quality Info event. 163 AMR first threshold. 38. 81 attempt. 169 audio quality mean. 169 audio activity status. 167. 165 AMR mode UL. 177 Voice Note (VNOTE). 97 Textual Error Note (ERR). 169 audio file.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 197 RX Level (RXL). mode. 143. 145 . est. 163 AMR Information event. 133 AQ best. 167. 167. 163 AMR third threshold. 163 AMR qual. 165 AMR mode downlink. 163 AMR Status event. 79. 154 attempt. fail cause. 161 att. 33 average throughput uplink. 90. RAC. 166 AMR mode cmd. 137. 163 AMRI. 154 attach duration. 168 audio quality best. 163 AMR ICMI. 153 attach failure status. 94 ASSIGNMENT_MODE (Assignment mode). 168 audio synch. 165 AMR mode uplink. 81 attempt. 168 AQ mean. LAC. 81 attempted cellular system. 167. 33 avg. ch. 169 audio synchronization status. 165 AMR last mode request. 139. 168 AQ worst. 103 ASSIGNMENT_MODE. 153 attach time. 161 attempted timeslot. 167 User Marker (MARK). rate UL. 166 AMR second hysteresis. 163 AMR TH2. 33 avg. 167 ARFCN. 167. 161 attach attempt time. 165 AMR TH1. duration. 67 Service Information (SEI).. 153 att. 163 AMR third hysteresis. 94 AUTH (Authentication mode). 165 APN. 163 AMR initial codec mode indicator. 81 audio activity. 164 AMR codecs. 165 AMR number of active codecs. rate DL. 168 AQI. 155 att. 166 AMR Link Quality Estimate event. 81 attempted channel number. 161 attempted routing area code. 38 Scanning Results (SCAN). 176 AMR active codecs. 81 attempted location area code. 67. 153 attach failure time. 153 attach failure cause. 163 AMR TH3. 163 AMR HYS2. 168 audio sample file name. 155 attach fail. 163 AMR HYS3. 168 AQDL. 165 AMR mode DL. 169 audio test type. 167. 163 AMR init. fail time. 163 AMRQ. 163 AMR HYS1. 94 average throughput downlink. 165 AMR mode req.. TPut class. 94 att. 40. system. 167. 167. 165 AMR link quality estimate. 169 AUTH.. 175 Uplink Audio Quality (AQUL). 166 AMRS. 33 avg. TSL. 168 audio quality test type.. 169 AQUL. 164 AMR first hysteresis. 169 audio quality worst. 163 AMR initial codec mode. 163 AMR last mode command. 153 att. 178 Textual User Note (TNOTE). 163 AMR second threshold.

20. 40. 23 Call Disconnect event. 72. 20 call attempt time. 20 CAC. 156 BLER DL. 95 Carrier Per Interference event. 93 BASE_ID (Base station identification). 37 Ping Session Completed (PCOMP). 66 RX Power Control (RXPC). 28 Data Connection Success (DAC). 110 Vocoder Status (VOCS). time. 120 Location Information (LOCI). 79. 40. 156 block error rate downlink. 75. 104 Sync Channel Counters (COUNTSYNC). 30 Delay Profile (DPROF)... 23 CAD. 100 Data Connection Attempt (DAA).198 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n B bad 1/1 fr. 55 base station identification code. 93 carrier number. 135 Paging Channel Counters (COUNTPAG). 73. 34 Packet Session Activation Connected (PAC). 38. 171 MUX1 Counters (COUNTMUX1). 57 carrier RSSI. 103 call type. 22 call att. 67. 23 . 56 bit error rate. 103 BASE_ID. 29 Data Transfer Request (DREQ). 93. 24 CAI. 79. 40 C2. 23 Call Attempt event. 172 Location Response Success (LOCS). 24 call status. 74. set size. 109 bit Q. 117 Data Channel Info (DCHI). 49 Forward Supplemental Channel #1 Counters (COUNTFSCH1). 40 CAA. 59 BS diversity state. 61 bit I. 36 Ping Session Request (PREQ). 68. 109 bit thresh. 69. 62 CC cause values. 72. 27 Data Disconnect (DAD).. 22 called number. 109 BLER. 22 cand. 79 C/I Scanning Results event. 114 Packet Error Rate (PER). 25 CAF. 185 CDMA2000 events Access Channel Counters (COUNTACC). 56 BER. 111 PING (PING). 43 candidate set size. 118 RLP Data Throughput (RLPDAS). 63. 93 BCCH ARFCN.. 59 BSIC. 108 CDMA2000 events C C value. 47 C/I. 25 Call Failed event. 109 RAKE Finger Allocation (FINGER). 55 bad 1/4 fr. 62. 156 BS div. 105 Service Parameters Requested (SEPR). 170 Location Response Fail (LOCF). 20 calling number. 35 Quick Paging Channel Information (QPCHI). 23 Call Connect Success event. 79 C1. 71. state. 59 Service Parameter Negotiated (SEPN). 46 Bit Error Probability event. 76. 43 carrier. 184 CC cause values for cdmaOne and CDMA2000. 38. 40 C32. 61 BER class. 67. 38. 91 BEP. 70. 23 call connecting status. 38. 55 bad 1/2 frames. 119 Reverse Traffic Channel Counters (COUNTRTC). 26 Data Connection Failed (DAF). 156 Block Error Rate event. 55 bad 1/8 fr. 112 MUX2 Counters (COUNTMUX2). 78 Reverse Supplemental Channel #1 Counters (COUNTRSCH1). 76 Enhanced Frame Error Rate (EFER). 61 Bit Error Rate event. 68. 40 C31. 173 Location Request Attempt (LOCA).

32 Ec/I0 (ECI0). 148 Packet Channel Request (PCHR). 55 MS Cellular System State (MSCS). 111 PING (PING). 30 Delay (DELAY). 177 Timer (TIMER). 60. 181 Packet Channel Info (PCHI). 97 Textual Error Note (ERR). 105 Service Parameters Requested (SEPR). 106. 43 Frame Error Rate (FER). 24 Change of Day (DATE). 65 Random Access Channel Information (RACHI). 22 Markov Statistics (MAS). . 175. 64. 25 Call Failed (CAF). 168. 105. 117 Data Connection Attempt (DAA). 27 Data Disconnect (DAD). 84 cellular system. 110 Timer (TIMER). 179 Channel Info (CHI). 80 Handover Fail (HOF). 67 Service Information (SEI). 75. 28 Data Connection Success (DAC). 133 Packet Session Activation Failed (PAF). 108. 66 RX Power Control (RXPC). 80 Handover Fail (HOF). 26 Data Connection Failed (DAF). 169 cdmaOne events Access Channel Counters (COUNTACC). 134 Packet Session Deactivated (PAD). 42 Enhanced Ec/I0 (EECI0). 121 Markov Statistics (MAS). 121 MS Cellular System State (MSCS). 59 Sync Channel Counters (COUNTSYNC). 49. 112 MUX2 Counters (COUNTMUX2). 38. 182 PPP Layer Data Throughput (PPPDAS). 59. 122 Layer3 Uplink (L3U). 36 Ping Session Request (PREQ). 57. 82 Layer3 Downlink (L3D). 179 Channel Info (CHI). 136 Pause (PAUSE). 178 Textual User Note (TNOTE). 104. 114 Packet Error Rate (PER). 92. 47. 103. 34 Paging Channel Counters (COUNTPAG). 90. 112. 22 Layer3 Downlink (L3D). 42 Enhanced Ec/I0 (EECI0). 169 cell identification. 91. 72. 99. 23 Call Disconnect (CAD). 79. 37 Ping Session Completed (PCOMP). 77. 62. 29 Data Transfer Request (DREQ). 71. 78 Reverse Traffic Channel Counters (COUNTRTC). 73. 93. 24 Change of Day (DATE). 70. 107. 43 Frame Error Rate (FER). 35 RAKE Finger Allocation (FINGER). 95. 68. 100. 74. 110. 151 Packet Session Activation Attempt (PAA). 55. 45 Scanning Results (SCAN). 49 Handoff Attempt (HOA). 65 Random Access Channel Information (RACHI). 40. 90 Data Throughput (DAS). 111. 90. 55 Pause (PAUSE). 98. 83 Handover Success (HOS). 182 PPP Layer Data Throughput (PPPDAS). 101. 180 Vocoder Status (VOCS). 106 Rx/Tx (RXTX). 20 Call Connect Success (CAC). 109. 45 Scanning Results (SCAN). 177 Uplink Audio Quality (AQUL). 25 Call Failed (CAF). 39. 106 Rx/Tx (RXTX). 167. 56. 168. 32 Ec/I0 (ECI0). 41. 86. 180 Uplink Audio Quality (AQUL). 175. 176. 176.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 199 Call Attempt (CAA). 78. 82 Incoming Call (CAI). 181 MUX1 Counters (COUNTMUX1). 122 Layer3 Uplink (L3U). 90 Data Throughput (DAS). 66. 76. 108 cdmaOne events Call Attempt (CAA). 43. 83 Handover Success (HOS). 33 Data Transfer Completed (DCOMP). 167. 58. 61. 20 Call Connect Success (CAC). 48 Incoming Call (CAI). 76 Enhanced Frame Error Rate (EFER). 95 Cell Reselection event. 85. 72 Delay Profile (DPROF). 118 RLP Data Throughput (RLPDAS). 69. 33 Data Transfer Completed (DCOMP). 104 Textual Error Note (ERR). 178 Textual User Note (TNOTE). 23 Call Disconnect (CAD). 67. 97 Service Parameter Negotiated (SEPN). 48 Handoff Attempt (HOA). 67 Service Information (SEI).

57 Channel Info event. 90 channel number. 68. 90. 90. 163. 24 CS fail. 119 COUNTRTC. 67. 90. 27 conn. 70 CI. 119. 71. 70. 90 chip. 74. 37 DAMPS events Audio Quality Info (AQI). 76. 93. 91. 69. 32 Downlink Audio Quality (AQDL). 181 ch C/I. 173. 182 PPP Layer Data Throughput (PPPDAS). 110 CPICH BER. 61 CPICH delay. 93 Change of Day event. 100 current cellular system. 99 conn. 90 Data Throughput (DAS). 118 COUNTSYNC. 92. cause. 80 Handoff Fail (HOF). 67 CS call attempt failure status. 100 CS data timeslots downlink. 180. 73. 92. 84 CS call failure time. 81 CV_BEP 8-PSK. 92 channel type. 120. 98. 165. 39. 121. 69. 169 Call Attempt (CAA). 20 Call Connect Success (CAC). 40. 22 Layer3 Downlink (L3D). 25 CS disc. 56 CV_BEP GMSK. 58 compression. 61 CPICH bit error rate. 74. 181 cellular system state. 76. 74 CPICH spread. 65 RX Level (RXL). 98. 100 CS TNs UL. rate UL. 151. 68. 73 CPICH Ec/No. 92 channel C/I. 179 Channel Info (CHI). 29 conn. 166. 80. 29 DAF. 149 coding. 38. 24 CS TNs DL. 117 COUNTFSCH1. 117. 91. 95 CISCAN. 81 current system. 118. 70 chip number. 98. 57 ch type. 79 CLRS hyst. 50 Pause (PAUSE). status. 122 CHI. duration. 27 DAD. rate DL.. 171. 170. 71. 46 Scanning Results (SCAN). 38 RX Quality (RXQ).200 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n 114. 25 Call Failed (CAF). 25 CS call disconnect status. 39. status. 71 CREL. 70. 100 CS data mode. 91. 120 COUNTMUX1. 27 conn. 99. 26 DAC. 73. 111 COUNTRSCH1. 75. 58 compressed mode. time. cause. 100 CS data timeslots uplink. 91. 114 COUNTPAG. 121 MS Power (MSP). 100 CS disc. 168 Handoff Attempt (HOA). 179 channel. 33 Data Transfer Completed (DCOMP). 25 CS fail. 98. time. 25 CS call failure cause. 122 Layer3 Uplink (L3U). 172. 69. 112 COUNTMUX2. 24 CS fail. 56 D DAA. 23 Call Disconnect (CAD). 57. 90.. 75. 24 CS call disconnect cause. 41. 28 DAMPS events PING (PING). 69 CPICH RSCP. 83 Handoff Success (HOS). 24 Change of Day (DATE). 82 Incoming Call (CAI). 24 . 100 compr. 162. mode. 25 CS call duration. 27 count. 25 CS call dur. 24 CS data channel coding. 174 COUNTACC.

28 data connection establishment time. 76 DREQ. 98 data compr. 30 data transfer status. 28 data connection failure status. 151 downlink RLC window size. 71 delay spread S-SCH. 100 Data Channel Request event. status. 155 detach status. 54 DSC max. 28 data connection failure cause. 155 detach time. time. 26 data transfer host port. 98. 95 DSC. 147 Deliv. 73 delay spread CPICH. err. 73 deliv. 162 DL SF. 27 Data Connection Failed event. 53 Uplink Audio Quality (AQUL). 144. 29 DL MUX. 26 data connection duration. err. 71 Delay Spread event. 29 data disconnect cause. 136 deact. 64 DPROF. 39. 98. 72 delay class. status. 27 Data Connection Success event. PDU. 138. 100 data protocol. 54 DSCAN. cause. 140. 162 downlink signaling counter current. 145 delay CPICH. 29 data connection establishment failure time. 99. time. 179 DATE. 77 delay profile sample offset. 32 DCC. 141 deliv. 76 delay profile sample. 73 Delay event. 68 DCHI. 30. 33 data transfer attempt number. 141. 27 data connection rate uplink. 100 DCHR. 175 Timing Alignment (TAL). 26 data transfer packet size. 136 deact. 176 DAS. 32 data transfer direction. 30 drop window. 68 disc. 31 data transfer failure cause. 77 delay P-SCH. cause. 167 User Marker (MARK). 29 data fail.. 179 . 133 Data Connection Attempt event. 54 downlink spreading factor. 54 Downlink Signaling Counter event. order. 96 DPDCH rate UL. 31 data transfer host address. 31 data transfer bit rate limit. 32 Data Throughput event. 54 DSC current. 76. 31. 71 data transfer failure cause values. 28 data fail. 146 detach cause. 107 DELAY. 39. 178 Textual User Note (TNOTE). 28 data connection rate downlink. 32 Data Transfer Request event. 29 Data Disconnect event. 26. 32 date. status. 99.. 71 delay spread P-SCH. 71 delay S-SCH. 168 downlink MUX option. 33 Data Channel Info event.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 201 Service Information (SEI). 30. 28 data mode. cause. 26. 72. 136 delay. 27 data disc. 72 Delay Profile event. 194 data transfer filename. 54 downlink signaling counter maximum. 30. 155 digital color code. 29 data disconnect status. 76. PDU. 28 data fail. 177 Voice Note (VNOTE). 32 deact. 133 data compression. 31. 30 Data Transfer Completed event. 190. 151 DL RLC win. 98 DCOMP. 97 Textual Error Note (ERR). 96 Downlink Audio Quality event. 30 data transfer protocol.

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DTX UL, 90 DTX uplink, 90 duration, 136

FER (dec), 49 FER full, 48 FER fund., 49 FER sub, 48 FER suppl., 49 FER TCH, 48 file size, 30, 31 filename, 31 FINGER, 78 finger ampl., 78 finger Ec/Io, 78 finger offset, 78 FOR_SCH1_1, 120 FOR_SCH1_1 (1x Rate), 120 FOR_SCH1_2, 120 FOR_SCH1_2 (2x Rate), 120 FOR_SCH1_3, 120 FOR_SCH1_3 (4x Rate), 120 FOR_SCH1_4, 120 FOR_SCH1_4 (8x Rate), 120 FOR_SCH1_5, 120 FOR_SCH1_5 (16x Rate), 120 FOR_SCH1_6, 120 FOR_SCH1_6 (Number of LTUs rcvd from physical layer), 120 FOR_SCH1_7, 120 FOR_SCH1_7 (Number of LTUs rcvd from physical layer, CRC OK), 120 forward supplemental channel, 101 Forward Supplemental Channel #1 Counters event, 120 forward vocoder rate, 108 frame error rate (decimal), 49 Frame Error Rate event, 48 frame error rate for fundamental channel, 49 frame error rate for supplemental channel, 49 frame error rate full, 48 frame error rate sub, 48 frame error rate TCH, 48 Frequency Hopping Status event, 102 F-SCH1 code ch, 101 F-SCH1 code channel, 101 F-SCH1 ID, 101 F-SCH1 pilot number, 101 F-SCH1 PN, 101 F-SCH1 QOF ID, 101 F-SCH1 QOF Mask ID, 101 F-SCH1 rate, 101 F-SCH1 re. type, 101

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Ec/I0, 42, 43, 44 Ec/I0 active values, 43 Ec/I0 candidate values, 43 Ec/I0 event, 42 Ec/I0 neighbor values, 44 Ec/I0 remainder values, 44 Ec/Io, 68, 77 Ec/No, 62, 63 Ec/No (CPICH), 69 Ec/No (P-SCH), 69 Ec/No (S-SCH), 69 Ec/No active set, 62 Ec/No detected cell, 63 Ec/No event, 62 Ec/No monitored cell, 62 Ec/No undetected cell, 63 ECIO, 42 ECNo, 62 EECI0, 43 EFER, 49 email filename, 31 email size, 31 encryption, 104 Enhanced Ec/I0 event, 43 Enhanced Frame Error Rate event, 49 Enhanced RX Level event, 40 erasure thresh., 109 ERR, 178 error, 178 ERXL, 40 ext. ch type, 91, 93 extended channel type, 91, 93

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fail cause, 134 fail status, 134 fail time, 134 fail. cause, 32 FCH current SP, 60 FCH max SP, 60 FCH min SP, 60 FER, 48

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F-SCH1 record type, 101 fundamental channel current set point, 60 fundamental channel maximum set point, 60 fundamental channel minimum set point, 60 F-voc. rate, 108

Routing Area Update Successful (RUS), 160 RRLP Layer Downlink (RRLPD), 130 RRLP Layer Uplink (RRLPU), 129 GPRS Events MAC Layer Uplink (MACU), 125 gr. DL TPut, 141, 146 gr. UL TPut, 140, 146 GSM, 14 GSM events Ec/No (ECN0), 62 GSM events AMR Information (AMRI), 163 AMR Link Quality Estimate (AMRQ), 166 AMR Status (AMRS), 165 Audio Quality Info (AQI), 169 Bit Error Probability (BEP), 56 C/I Scanning Results (CISCAN), 79 Call Attempt (CAA), 20 Call Connect Success (CAC), 23 Call Disconnect (CAD), 25 Call Failed (CAF), 24 Carrier Per Interference (CI), 57 Cell Reselection (CREL), 84 Change of Day (DATE), 179 Channel Info (CHI), 90 Data Connection Attempt (DAA), 26 Data Connection Failed (DAF), 28 Data Connection Success (DAC), 27 Data Disconnect (DAD), 29 Data Throughput (DAS), 33 Data Transfer Completed (DCOMP), 32 Downlink Audio Quality (AQDL), 168 Frame Error Rate (FER), 48 Frequency Hopping Status (HOP), 102 Handover Attempt (HOA), 80 Handover Fail (HOF), 83 Handover Success (HOS), 82 Incoming Call (CAI), 22 Layer2 Downlink (L2D), 124 Layer2 Uplink (L2U), 123 Layer3 Downlink (L3D), 122 Layer3 Uplink (L3U), 121 Location Information (LOCI), 173 Location Request Attempt (LOCA), 170 Location Response Fail (LOCF), 172 Location Response Success (LOCS), 171 Location Update Accepted (LUS), 88

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GAA, 152 GAC, 154 GAD, 155 GAF, 153 GMM cause, 153, 155, 161 GMM cause values, 186 GMSK (Gaussian minimum shift keying), 56 GPRS Attach Attempt event, 152 GPRS Attach Connected event, 154 GPRS Attach Failed event, 153 GPRS cell reselection hysteresis, 149 GPRS cell reselection penalty time, 149 GPRS Detach event, 155 GPRS detach status, 155 GPRS events Block Error Rate (BLER), 156 Data Transfer Request (DREQ), 30 Downlink Signaling Counter (DSC), 54 Enhanced RX Level (ERXL), 40 GPRS Attach Attempt (GAA), 152 GPRS Attach Connected (GAC), 154 GPRS Attach Failed (GAF), 153 GPRS Detach (GAD), 155 LLC Data Throughput (LDAS), 158 LLC Layer Downlink (LLCD), 128 LLC Layer Uplink (LLCU), 127 MAC Layer Downlink (MACD), 126 Packet Channel Info (PCHI), 148 Packet Session Activation Attempt (PAA), 133 Packet Session Activation Connected (PAC), 135 Packet Session Activation Failed (PAF), 134 Packet Session Deactivated (PAD), 136 PING (PING), 37 Ping Session Completed (PCOMP), 36 Ping Session Request (PREQ), 35 Quality of Service Profile Negotiated (QSPN), 143 Quality of Service Profile Request (QSPR), 137 RLC Data Throughput (RDAS), 157 Routing Area Update Attempt (RUA), 159 Routing Area Update Fail (RUF), 161

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Location Update Attempt (LUA), 87 Location Update Fail (LUF), 89 MS Power (MSP), 50 Neighbor List (NLIST), 103 PACKET CHANNEL RX QUALITY (PRXQ), 47 Pause (PAUSE), 182 Ping Session Completed (PCOMP), 36 Ping Session Request (PREQ), 35 PPP Layer Data Throughput (PPPDAS), 65 Radio Link Timeout (RLT), 51 RX Level (RXL), 38 RX Quality (RXQ), 46 Scanning Results (SCAN), 67 Service Information (SEI), 97 TBF Information (TBFI), 162 Textual Error Note (ERR), 178 Textual User Note (TNOTE), 175 Timing Advance (TAD), 52 Uplink Audio Quality (AQUL), 167 User Marker (MARK), 177 Voice Note (VNOTE), 176 GSM layer2 data, 123, 124 GSM layer2 message, 123, 124 GSM RLC/MAC radio priority, 148

hopping, 102 hopping ch, 102 hopping channels, 102 hopping sequence number, 102 hopping status, 102 hor. err., 173 Hor. err. cdf67, 174 Hor. err. cdf95, 174 Hor. err. max, 173 Hor. err. mean, 173 Hor. err. min, 173 Hor. err. spr., 173 horizontal error, 173 horizontal error cdf 67%, 174 horizontal error cdf 95%, 174 horizontal error max, 173 horizontal error mean, 173 horizontal error min, 173 horizontal error spread, 173 HOS, 82 host address, 26 host port, 26 HSCSD events Data Channel Info (DCHI), 100 Data Channel Request (DCHR), 98 Packet Error Rate (PER), 34 HSN, 102

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Handoff Attempt event, 80 handoff attempt type, 80 Handoff Fail event, 83 handoff failure cause, 83 Handoff Success event, 82 Handover Attempt event, 80 handover attempt type, 80 Handover Fail event, 83 handover failure cause, 83 Handover Success event, 82 HCS priority, 40 HCS priority class, 40 HCS thr., 40 HCS threshold, 40 header compr., 133 header compression, 133 HOA, 80 HOA type, 80 HOF, 83 HOF cause, 83 HOP, 102

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inact. timer, 151 inactivity timer, 151 Incoming Call event, 22 incremental redundancy status uplink, 149 indicator index, 109 init. TX pwr., 106 INIT_PWR, 107 INIT_PWR (Access probe initial power), 107 initiator, 98, 99, 133 IP, 133, 135 IR status UL, 149

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L2 data, 123, 124 L2 msg, 123, 124 L2D, 124 L2U, 123 L3 data, 121, 122

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L3 msg, 121, 122 L3D, 122 L3U, 121 LAC, 90, 95, 160 LAREG, 92 lat., 173 latitude, 173 Layer2 Downlink, 124 Layer2 Uplink, 123 layer3 data, 121, 122 Layer3 Downlink event, 122 layer3 message, 121, 122 Layer3 Uplink event, 121 LDAS, 158 LLC data, 127, 128 LLC Data Throughput event, 158 LLC Layer Downlink event, 128 LLC Layer Uplink, 127 LLC message, 127, 128 LLC msg, 127, 128 LLC rate DL, 158 LLC rate UL, 158 LLC retrans. UL, 158 LLC retransmission rate downlink, 158 LLC throughput downlink, 158 LLC throughput uplink, 158 LLCD, 128 LLCU, 127 LOC fail cause, 172 LOC fail time, 172 LOC succ. time, 171 LOCA, 170 location area code, 90, 95, 160 Location Information event, 173 Location Request Attempt event, 170 location request failure cause, 172 location request failure time, 172 location request success time, 171 Location Response Fail event, 172 Location Response Success event, 171 Location Update Accepted event, 88 Location Update Attempt event, 87 Location Update Fail event, 89 location update failure status, 89 LOCF, 172 LOCI, 173 LOCS, 171

long., 173 longitude, 173 LUA, 87 LUF, 89 LUF status, 89 LUS, 88

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Markov call rate, 21
Markov rate, 21 Markov Statistics event, 55 markov statistics status, 55 markov total eighth frames, 55 markov total full frames, 55 markov total half frames, 55 markov total quarter frames, 55 MAS, 55 max DL TPut, 140, 146 max preamble, 106 max SDU size, 141, 146 max UL TPut, 140, 146 MAX_CAP_SZ, 94 MAX_CAP_SZ (Maximum access channel message capsule size), 94 MAX_SLOT_CYCLE_INDEX, 94 MAX_SLOT_CYCLE_INDEX (Maximum slot cycle index), 94 MCC, 88, 93 mean alt., 173 mean altitude, 173 mean bit error probability (8-PSK), 56 mean bit error probability (GMSK), 56 mean bit error probability coefficient (GMSK), 56 mean lat., 173

140 min accepted reliability class. 113 MUX_1_FOR_06 (4800 bps. 113 MUX_1_FOR_14 (9600 bps. 142 min tran. 113 MUX_1_FOR_12 (9600 bps. BER. 138.. 89 mobile country code. 167. rate 1/8 primary and signaling). 113 MUX_1_FOR_05 (9600 bps. 138. 113 MUX_1_FOR_08. rate 1/2 primary and secondary). 140 min accepted peak throughput class. primary). 138. 88 mobile allocation index offset. 138. 99 MS Cellular System State event. 142 min tr. 168 missing syllables. 113 MUX_1_FOR_03. 142 miss. 140 min accepted priority class. 142 min SDU err. 112 MUX_1_FOR_02.. 142 MIN_P_REV. 50 MUX_1_FOR_01. 142 minimum accepted SDU error ratio. 89 modem type. 142 minimum accepted delivery order. 173 mean long. 167. 88 mobility management cause. 113 MUX_1_FOR_11. 113 MUX_1_FOR_10. prior. 140 min resid. 113 MUX_1_FOR_06. delay. 56 MEAN_BEP GMSK.. 98. 113 MUX_1_FOR_16. 141 min tr. 141 minimum accepted traffic handling priority. 113 MUX_1_FOR_16 (Reserved). 102 . 113 MUX_1_FOR_15. secondary). 50 MSCS. 138. 142 minimum accepted guaranteed downlink bit rate. 142 minimum accepted guaranteed uplink bit rate. syllables. 113 MUX_1_FOR_13. 142 min gr. 142 minimum accepted maximum SDU size. 142 minimum accepted maximum uplink bit rate. 113 MUX_1_FOR_13 (9600 bps. UL TPut. 142 minimum accepted traffic class. 112 MM cause values. 140 min accepted delay class. 142 min max DL TPut.. rate 1/4 primary and secondary). primary). 138. signaling). 142 minimum accepted maximum downlink bit rate. 113 MUX_1_FOR_12. primary). 140 min priority. class. 113 MUX_1_FOR_14. 113 MUX_1_FOR_03 (9600 bps. DL TPut. 94 MIN_P_REV (Minimum protocol revision level). 173 mean longitude. 142 min delay. 140 min deliv. 93 mobile network code. 113 MUX_1_FOR_02 (9600 bps.206 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n mean latitude. 181 MSP. 113 MUX_1_FOR_04. 88. 56 min accepted average throughput class. 140 min avg. 113 MUX_1_FOR_05. 142 min max SDU size. 140 min reliability. 113 MUX_1_FOR_07 (2400 bps. TPut. 141 minimum accepted residual bit error ratio. 113 MUX_1_FOR_07. 173 MEAN_BEP 8-PSK. 94 minimum accepted delivery of erroneous PDUs. 138. primary). 183 MNC. rate 1/8 primary and secondary). rate 1/4 primary and signaling). rate 1/2 primary and signaling). 113 MUX_1_REV_01. 142 minimum accepted transfer delay. ord. 50 MS power level. 140 min del err PDU. 138. 113 MUX_1_FOR_09 (9600 bps. 168 MM cause. 138. 113 MUX_1_FOR_09. 113 MUX_1_FOR_10 (Frame quality insufficient to decide upon rate). 181 MS Power event. 142 min gr. 138. 113 MUX_1_FOR_04 (9600 bps. 113 MUX_1_FOR_15 (Reserved). 142 min max UL TPut. 141 min peak TPut. 113 MUX_1_FOR_11 (9600 bps. 113 MUX_1_FOR_08 (1200 bps. with bit errors). 112 MUX_1_FOR_01 (9600 bps.

116 MUX_2_FOR_22 (3600 bps. 115 MUX_2_FOR_03. rate 1/8 primary. 112 MUX_1_REV_10. 112 MUX_1_REV_07. 115 MUX_2_FOR_02 (14400 bps. rate 1/4 primary and secondary). 112 MUX_1_REV_02 (9600 bps. 116 MUX_2_FOR_19. 115 MUX_2_FOR_06. 115 MUX_2_FOR_08. 115 MUX_2_FOR_14 (7200 bps. 112 MUX_1_REV_02. 116 MUX_2_FOR_21. signaling). 112 MUX_1_REV_03 (9600 bps. primary). 112 MUX_1_REV_16. primary). 112 MUX_1_REV_06. 112 MUX_1_REV_05 (9600 bps. 116 MUX_2_FOR_16 (7200 bps. rate 1/4 primary and secondary). secondary). primary). 115 MUX_2_FOR_08 (14400 bps. 112 MUX_1_REV_08. 112 MUX_1_REV_11 (9600 bps. 115 MUX_2_FOR_05 (14400 bps. primary). rate 1/8 primary and secondary). 116 MUX_2_FOR_20 (3600 bps. 116 MUX_2_FOR_22. 116 MUX_2_FOR_23 (3600 bps. secondary and signaling). primary). secondary). rate 1/8 primary and signaling). 115 MUX_2_FOR_10. rate 1/4 primary and signaling). 115 MUX_2_FOR_09 (14400 bps. signaling). 115 MUX_2_FOR_09. 115 MUX_2_FOR_05. secondary). 112 MUX_1_REV_05. 112 MUX_1_REV_15. rate 1/8 primary and secondary).NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 207 MUX_1_REV_01 (9600 bps. rate 1/4 primary and signaling). 115 MUX_2_FOR_12 (7200 bps. signaling). 115 MUX_2_FOR_04 (14400 bps. 112 MUX_1_REV_12 (9600 bps. 115 MUX_2_FOR_14. 116 MUX_2_FOR_24 (1800 bps. 115 MUX_2_FOR_13 (7200 bps. 115 MUX_2_FOR_04. 115 MUX_2_FOR_16. 112 MUX_1_REV_03. 116 MUX_2_FOR_17. secondary). 116 MUX_2_FOR_18. 112 MUX_1_REV_10 (Reserved). 115 MUX_2_FOR_11 (7200 bps. 115 MUX_2_FOR_13. rate 1/4 primary and secondary). 116 MUX_2_FOR_17 (7200 bps. 116 . rate 1/2 primary and signaling). primary). 112 MUX_1_REV_09. 112 MUX_2_FOR_01. primary). 115 MUX_2_FOR_12. 115 MUX_2_FOR_06 (14400 bps. 116 MUX_2_FOR_24. rate 1/8 primary and secondary). 116 MUX_2_FOR_23. 112 MUX_1_REV_14. signaling). 112 MUX_1_REV_11. rate 1/2 primary and signaling). 112 MUX_1_REV_06 (4800 bps. 112 MUX_1_REV_09 (Reserved). 112 MUX_1_REV_16 (Reserved). 112 MUX_1_REV_13 (9600 bps. 115 MUX_2_FOR_03 (14400 bps. 115 MUX_2_FOR_10 (14400 bps. 112 MUX_1_REV_15 (Reserved). rate 1/8 primary and signaling). rate 1/8 primary and signaling). 116 MUX_2_FOR_18 (7200 bps. 115 MUX_2_FOR_02. primary). rate 1/2 primary and secondary). rate 1/2 primary and secondary). 112 MUX_1_REV_12. 112 MUX_1_REV_04 (9600 bps. 112 MUX_1_REV_13. 112 MUX_1_REV_04. rate 1/8 primary and signaling). 115 MUX_2_FOR_15. 115 MUX_2_FOR_15 (7200 bps. rate 1/8 primary. 115 MUX_2_FOR_07. rate 1/4 primary and signaling). 112 MUX_1_REV_07 (2400 bps. 112 MUX_1_REV_14 (9600 bps. 115 MUX_2_FOR_01 (14400 bps. 115 MUX_2_FOR_07 (14400 bps. 112 MUX_1_REV_08 (1200 bps. 116 MUX_2_FOR_19 (3600 bps. 116 MUX_2_FOR_20. secondary and signaling). rate 1/8 primary and secondary). 115 MUX_2_FOR_11. 116 MUX_2_FOR_21 (3600 bps.

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MUX_2_REV_16 (7200 bps, rate 1/8 primary and secondary), 114 MUX_2_REV_17, 114 MUX_2_REV_17 (7200 bps, secondary), 114 MUX_2_REV_18, 115 MUX_2_REV_18 (7200 bps, rate 1/8 primary, secondary and signaling), 115 MUX_2_REV_19, 115 MUX_2_REV_19 (3600 bps, primary), 115 MUX_2_REV_20, 115 MUX_2_REV_20 (3600 bps, rate 1/8 primary and signaling), 115 MUX_2_REV_21, 115 MUX_2_REV_21 (3600 bps, signaling), 115 MUX_2_REV_22, 115 MUX_2_REV_22 (3600 bps, rate 1/8 primary and secondary), 115 MUX_2_REV_23, 115 MUX_2_REV_23 (3600 bps, secondary), 115 MUX_2_REV_24, 115 MUX_2_REV_24 (1800 bps, primary), 115 MUX_2_REV_25, 115 MUX_2_REV_25 (1800 bps, secondary), 115 MUX_2_REV_26, 115 MUX_2_REV_26 (Reserved), 115 MUX_2_REV_27, 115 MUX_2_REV_27 (Reserved), 115 MUX_2_REV_28, 115 MUX_2_REV_28 (MuxPDU Type 4), 115 MUX1 Counters event, 112 MUX2 Counters event, 114

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NAMPS events RX Level (RXL), 38 nARFCN, 38 nBSIC, 38 nC1, 38 nC2, 38 nCh, 39 nDCC, 39 neg. encrypt., 105 neg. F-FCH MUX, 105 neg. forw. RC, 105 neg. rev. RC, 105 neg. R-FCH MUX, 105 neg. SO, 105 negotiated average throughput class, 143, 145

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negotiated delay class, 144, 145 negotiated delivery of erroneous PDUs, 147 negotiated delivery order, 146 negotiated encryption, 105 negotiated forward fundamental channel MUX, 105 negotiated forward radio configuration, 105 negotiated guaranteed downlink bit rate, 146 negotiated guaranteed uplink bit rate, 146 negotiated maximum downlink bit rate, 146 negotiated maximum SDU size, 146 negotiated maximum uplink bit rate, 146 negotiated peak throughput class, 144, 145 negotiated priority class, 144, 146 negotiated reliability class, 144, 146 negotiated residual bit error ratio, 147 negotiated reverse fundamental channel MUX, 105 negotiated reverse radio configuration, 105 negotiated SDU error ratio, 146 negotiated service option, 105 negotiated traffic class, 146 negotiated traffic handling priority, 147 negotiated transfer delay, 147 neigh. set size, 44 neighbor base station identification code, 38 neighbor C1, 38 neighbor C2, 38 neighbor cellular system, 39 neighbor channel number, 38, 39 neighbor digital color code, 39 Neighbor List event, 103 neighbor RX level, 38, 39 neighbor set size, 44 network control order, 149 network mode of operation, 149, 150 network type, 92 new cell identification, 84 new cellular system, 84 new CI, 84 new LAC, 84, 88 new location area code, 84, 88 new system, 84 NID, 93 NID (Network ID), 93 NLIST, 103 noise, 167, 168 noise level, 167, 168 NOM_PWR, 94

NOM_PWR (Nominal transmit power offset), 94 nRXL, 39 nRxLev, 38 nSystem, 39 NUM_STEP, 107 NUM_STEP (Access probe number of steps), 107 number, 20, 22, 107 number of, 58, 59 number of active set cells, 62 number of channels, 40, 62 number of CS data timeslots downlink, 98, 100 number of CS data timeslots uplink, 98, 100 number of current timeslot, 23 number of delay profile samples, 76, 77 number of detected set cells, 62 number of downlink TBFs, 162 number of fingers, 78 number of forward SCHs, 101 number of header parameters, 103, 162 number of mobile originated calls during session, 20 number of mobile terminated calls during session, 22 number of monitored set cells, 62 number of neighbor channels, 103 number of packet timeslots downlink, 149 number of packet timeslots uplink, 149 number of parameters, 103 number of parameters per cell, 62 number of parameters per channel, 40 number of parameters per finger, 78 number of parameters per F-SCH, 101 number of parameters per pilot, 43 number of parameters per profile, 77 number of parameters per R-SCH, 101 number of parameters per TBF, 162 number of reverse SCHs, 101 number of scrambling codes added, 86 number of scrambling codes removed, 86 number of timeslot C/I result values, 57 number of timeslot results, 47 number of undetected set cells, 63 number of uplink TBFs, 162 NW ctrl. order, 149 NW mode, 150 NW operation, 149 NW type, 92

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PAF, 134 PAG_1, 111 PAG_1 (Messages received), 111 PAG_2, 111 PAG_2 (Messages received with an invalid CRC), 111 PAG_3, 111 PAG_3 (Messages/records addressed to MS), 111 PAG_4, 111 PAG_4 (Half-frames received), 111 PAG_5, 111 PAG_5 (Half-frames containing any part of a valid message), 111 PAG_6, 111 PAG_6 (Paging channel lost indications), 111 PAG_7, 111 PAG_7 (Idle handoffs), 111 Paging Channel Counters event, 111 PARAMETER_REG, 94 PARAMETER_REG (Parameter-change registration indicator), 94 parameters per finger, 78 params / ch, 40 params / pilot, 43 PAUSE, 182 Pause event, 182 PBCCH, 149 PBCCH status, 149 PCHI, 148 PCHR, 151 PCOMP, 36 PDP act. state, 135 PDP act. time, 135 peak TPut class, 138, 139, 144, 145 PER, 34 PER DL, 34 PER UL, 34 PHDAS, 64 Physical Channel Data Throughput event, 64 pilot I, 109 pilot level, 109 pilot number, 42, 43, 44, 68, 72, 77, 78, 109 pilot Q, 109 PING, 37 PING event, 37 ping fail. cause, 36 ping host, 35 ping host address, 35 ping packet size, 30, 35, 37

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P_REV, 94 P_REV (Protocol revision level), 94 PAA, 133 PAC, 135 packet channel coding downlink, 149 packet channel coding uplink, 148 Packet Channel Info event, 148 Packet Channel Request event, 151 PACKET CHANNEL RX QUALITY EVENT, 47 packet data technology, 137, 139, 143, 145, 148 packet error rate downlink, 34 Packet Error Rate event, 34 packet error rate uplink, 34 packet protocol address, 133, 135 packet protocol type, 133 Packet Session Activation Attempt event, 133 Packet Session Activation Connected event, 135 Packet Session Activation Failed event, 134 packet session activation failure cause, 134 packet session activation failure status, 134 packet session activation failure time, 134 packet session activation state, 135 packet session activation time, 135 packet session active duration, 136 Packet Session Deactivated event, 136 packet session deactivation cause, 136 packet session deactivation status, 136 packet size, 30 packet state, 148, 150 packet tech., 137, 139, 143, 145, 148, 150 packet technology, 150 packet timeslots downlink, 149 packet timeslots uplink, 149 PAD, 136

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ping protocol, 35, 36 ping rate, 30, 35 ping round trip time, 37 ping RTT, 37 Ping Session Completed event, 36 ping session failure cause, 36 Ping Session Request event, 35 ping session status, 36 ping size, 30, 35, 37 ping status, 36 ping timeout, 30, 35 PN, 42, 43, 44, 68, 72, 77, 78, 109 position, 109 power control, 45 power ctrl, 45 POWER_DOWN_REG, 94 POWER_DOWN_REG (Power-down registration indicator), 94 POWER_UP_REG, 94 POWER_UP_REG (Power-up registration indicator), 94 PPP Layer Data Throughput event, 65 PPP rate DL, 65 PPP rate UL, 65 PPP throughput downlink, 65 PPP throughput uplink, 65 PPPDAS, 65 preamble count, 106 preamble step, 106 PREQ, 35 prior. acc. th., 148 priority access threshold, 148 priority class, 138, 140, 144, 146 private system identification, 92 protocol type, 133 provide time location, 174 provide time phase 1, 174 provide time phase 2, 174 provide time pseudorange, 174 PRXQ, 47

PSID value (2), 92 PSID value (3), 92 PSID value (4), 92 PSID1, 92 PSID2, 92 PSID3, 92 PSID4, 92 pwr ctrl alg., 58 pwr ctrl step, 58 PWR_STEP, 107 PWR_STEP (Access probe power step), 107

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QPCH bit I, 109 QPCH bit Q, 109 QPCH bit threshold, 109 QPCH erasure threshold, 109 QPCH indicator index, 109 QPCH pilot I, 109 QPCH pilot Q, 109 QPCH position, 109 QPCH rate, 109 QPCH status, 109 QPCHI, 109 QSPN, 143 QSPR, 137 Quality of Service Profile Negotiated event, 143 Quality of Service Profile Request event, 137 quasi-orthogonal function, QOF, 101 Quick Paging Channel Information, 109

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RAC, 148, 150, 160 RACH initial TX power, 106 RACH maximum preamble count, 106 RACH preamble count, 106 RACH preamble step, 106 RACH TX power, 106 RACHI, 106 radio link timeout, 51 Radio Link Timeout event, 51 radio link timeout maximum, 90 radio priority, 148 RAKE Finger Allocation event, 78 Random Access Channel Information event, 106

PS coding DL, 149 PS coding UL, 148
PS TNs DL, 149 PS TNs UL, 149 P-SCH delay, 73 P-SCH Ec/No, 69, 70 P-SCH RSCP, 74 P-SCH spread, 71 PSID value (1), 92

RAS cause values, 187
rate DL, 33

157 receiv. 104 requested forward fundamental channel MUX. 104 requested guaranteed downlink bit rate. long. F-FCH MUX. 119 REV_SCH1_7. 125. 118 reverse vocoder rate. 140 requested residual bit error ratio. 44 removed SC. 104 requested reverse radio configuration. 108 RLC Data Throughput event.212 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n rate limit. lat. 140 requested max uplink bit rate. 119 REV_SCH1_5 (16x Rate). 173 reference longitude. 119 REV_SCH1_7 (Number of LTUs rcvd from physical layer. 125. 104 requested SDU error ratio. 140 requested delivery of erroneous PDUs. 66 . 157 RLC retrans. 119 REV_SCH1_5. 30 rate UL. 140 requested maximum SDU size. 119 Reverse Traffic Channel Counters event. 119 REV_SCH1_4. window. RC. forw. 159 RDAS. 147 residual BER. CRC OK). 119 REV_SCH1_6. 139 requested priority class. 99 req. 144. 104 req. 161 RAU fail time. 86 repl. 140 requested max downlink bit rate. 119 REV_SCH1_4 (8x Rate). 173 REG PERIOD. 119 REV_SCH1_1 (1x Rate). 140. 141 requested guaranteed uplink bit rate. 138. 141 requested service option.. 66 RLP forward retransmission throughput. 65 ref. rev. 157 RLC retransmission rate downlink. 95 req. bytes. 126 RLC/MAC msg. R-FCH MUX. 146 rem. 104 req. 157 RLC/MAC data. 74 recv. 94 REG_PRD (Registration period). 44 remainder set size. 125. 126 RLC/MAC message. 99 requested delay class. 138. 104 req. 141 requested peak throughput class. 66 RLP reverse retransmission throughput. 119 REV_SCH1_2 (2x Rate). 86 removed scrambling code number. 157 RLC rate DL. 119 REV_SCH1_2. 74 received signal code power (S-SCH). 94 REG_PRD. 161 RAU time. PPP bytes. UL. 93 REG_ZONE (System Registration Zone). 141 requested delivery order. 173 reference latitude. 104 requested average throughput class. RC. 140 requested traffic handling priority. 138. CS rate. 139 requested CS data bit rate. 160 RAU type. 93 reliab. 157 RLC rate UL. 141 requested reverse fundamental channel MUX. 66 RLP forward user throughput. 126 RLP Data Throughput event. 119 REV_SCH1_3 (4x Rate). class. 104 requested traffic class. 157 RLC throughput uplink. 141 requested encryption. 95 replacement window. 101 Reverse Supplemental Channel #1 Counters event. 92 REG_DIST. 157 RLC throughput downlink. 119 REV_SCH1_3. BER. 94 REG_ZONE. 74 received signal code power (P-SCH). 141 REV_SCH1_1. 141 resid. 94 REG_DIST (Registration distance).. 119 reverse supplemental channel. 33 received signal code power (CPICH). 173 ref. 137. 138. 138. 33 RAU fail cause. set size. 140 requested reliability class. 141 requested transfer delay. 119 REV_SCH1_6 (Number of LTUs rcvd from physical layer). 104 requested forward radio configuration.

66 RLP R-retrans. 130 RRLP msg. 38. 160 Routing Area Update Attempt event. 47 RX Quality event. 130 RRLP Layer Uplink event. 67 SCH current SP. 183 RRC cause. 70 SCH max SP. 118 S sample. 148. 159 RTC_5. 118 RTC_4. 101 R-SCH1 Walsh ID. 101 R-SCH1 rate. 131. 73. 131. 75 RTC_1. 76. 40 RX power. 118 RUA. 71. 95 RRCD. 68 RxLev. 69. 130 RRLPD. 118 RTC_1 (ACK_REQ transmitted at least once). 131 RRC message. 46 Rx/Tx event. 63. 129.NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 213 RLP reverse user throughput. 74 RSCP event. 59 RX quality. 132 RRC Layer Uplink. rate. 108 RX level. 60 SCH min SP. 160 routing area update type. 93 SEARCH_WIN_N (Size of neighbor search window). 39. 161 routing area update failure time. 93 SEARCH_WIN_R (Size of remaining search window). 93 SEARCH_WIN_N. 77 SCAN. 103 scrambling code. 77 sample offset. 67 RxLev full. 46 RxQual sub. 161 routing area update success time. 45 RXL. 60 SCH Ec/No. 132 RRCU. 38. 103 SDU. 38. 131 RRLP data. 76. 118 RTC_2. 66 RLP R-rate. 159 RUF. 132 RRC state. ratio. 63. 141. 129. 67 Scanning Results event. 132 RRC Layer Downlink. 45 RR cause values. 93 . 130 RRLPU. 129 R-SCH1 ID. 38 RX level full. 66 RLT. 60 scr. 129. 51 RLT max. 118 RTC_4 (Aborted call due to ACK timeout). 130 RRLP Layer Downlink event. 92 routing area code. 146 SDU err. 45 RX Power Control event. 40 RXPC. 69. 68 RX Level event. 38. 161 RUS. 62. 74. 190 RRC data. 75. 131. 46 RXTX. 62. 90 RNUM. 76. 73. 74. 68. 66 RLPDAS. 93 SEARCH_WIN_A (Size of active search window). 46 RxQual. 101 RSCP. 129 RRLP message.. 38. 118 RTC_3 (ACK_REQ transmitted at least 3 times). 46 RX quality full. code. 93 SEARCH_WIN_R. 118 RTC_3. 86 RRC cause values. 160 R-voc. 40 RX level sub. 146 SEARCH_WIN_A. 150. 71. 160 Routing Area Update Successful event. 159 Routing Area Update Fail event. 40 RxLev sub. 46 RX quality sub. 47 RxQual full. 118 RTC_2 (ACK_REQ transmitted at least twice). 70. 74 RSSI. 161 routing area update failure cause. 67. 118 RTC_5 (No ACK_REQ transmitted). 132 RRC msg. 59 RXQ.

85. 59 SIR. 86 split PG cycle. 47. 162 throughput downlink. 75 SIR target. 97 Service Information event. 63 subchannel. 60 Sync Channel Counters event. 73 S-SCH Ec/No. 52 TAL. 104 service status. 168 signal level. 170. 110 SYNC_1 (Messages received with an invalid CRC). 114. 165. 129. 60. 93 T_ADD (Pilot detection threshold). 109 STTD. 171. 104. 74. 180. 62. 93 T_DROP. 67. 148 SSCAN.. 151. 65 SEPN. 86 SHOI. 178 textual note. 119. 86. 75 signal-to-interference ratio target. 75 S-SCH delay. 174 time pseudor. 75 SIR event. 95. 175 TFI. 85 Soft Handover Event. 172. 66. 93 SID (System ID). 74 S-SCH spread. 93 T_TDROP. 110 SYNC_1. 97 service option. 39. 175 Textual User Note event. 105 SEPR. 59. 47 signal-to-interference ratio. 181 system state. 95 time to trigger 1B. 71 stats status. 60 supplemental channel maximum set point. 93 T_COMP (Comparison threshold). 124. 132 . 55 status.214 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n SEI. 128. 59. 75. 86 SHO event. 122. 98. 77. 85 SID. 95 time to trigger 1C. 130. 49. 62. 33 throughput status. 72. 43. 69. 101. 42. 33 throughput uplink. 38. 61. 104 service data unit. 167. 162 temporary flow identity. 62. 110 SYNC_1 (Messages received). 127. 97 sent bytes. 174 time to trigger 1A. 162 TBFI. 85 SHO status. 73. 166. 131. 53 TBF Information event. 42. 79. 180 SM cause values. 70. 57. 105. 95 TIMER. 93 TA. 173. 76. 93. 59 supplemental channel current set point. 60 supplemental channel minimum set point. 163. 70 S-SCH RSCP. 93 T_COMP. 105 Service Parameters Requested event. 93 T_TDROP (Pilot drop timer threshold). 167. 69. 106. 92. 58. 40. 174 time phase 1.. 103. 68. 162. 78. 93 SIGN_VAR. 52 TAD. 110. 90. 111. 77 SHO. 55. 33 time loc. 44 set information. 174 time phase 2. 100. 44 set type. 180 Timer event. 126. 121. 99. 47 signal. 56. 97 set. 118. 162 Textual Error Note event. 110 SYNC_2. 33 sent PPP bytes. 85 soft handover status. 181 T T_ADD. 107. 109. 59 signal-to-interference ratio CPICH. 64. 110 system. 123. 43. 93 T_DROP (Pilot drop threshold). 125. 146 service info status. 63 STTD status. 104 Service Parameter Negotiated event. 43. 108. 86 Soft Handover Event Information Event. 162 temporary logical link identity. 186 soft handover event. 71. 91. 168 signal variance. 117. 112.

65 transferred PPP bytes uplink. 121 Location Information (LOCI). 71 Downlink Audio Quality (AQDL). 95. status. 33 traffic ARFCN. 140. 162 TN. 24 Cell Reselection (CREL). 90 Data Channel Request (DCHR). 91 TNote.. 58 TX power control step size. 70 Timeslot Scanning Results event. 70 TSL. 175 TNOTE. 73.. 58 TX power control algorithm. 162 UMTS events Audio Quality Info (AQI).. 55 TOTAL_ZONES. 29 Data Throughput (DAS). 58 TX pwr. 62 Enhanced RX Level (ERXL). 57 TSL interf. 173 . 155 Handover Attempt (HOA). 107 TX level. 30. 31 transferred PPP bytes downlink. 98 Data Connection Attempt (DAA). 26 Data Connection Failed (DAF). 33 transferred email size. 106 UL MUX. 62. 76 Delay Spread (DSCAN). 103 UL interf. 30. 55 total 1/2 fr. 175 total 1/1 fr. 70 timeslot scan SCH (Ec/No).. 168 Ec/No (ECN0). 63. 25 Call Failed (CAF). 72 Delay Profile (DPROF). 23 Call Disconnect (CAD). 122 Layer3 Uplink (L3U). 93 TOTAL_ZONES (Registration zones to be retained). 32 Data Transfer Request (DREQ). att. 28 Data Connection Success (DAC). 22 Layer3 Downlink (L3D). 45. 47 TX adjust. 61 Block Error Rate (BLER). 147 transferred bytes downlink. 23. 82 Incoming Call (CAI). 107 TX power. 70. 102 traffic class.. 33 transferred bytes uplink. dir. 93 TPut status. 58 TX Power Control event. 152 GPRS Attach Connected (GAC). 75. 31 transf. 31 transferred file size. 91 timeslot scan P-SCH (Ec/No). 20 Call Connect Success (CAC). 33 Data Transfer Completed (DCOMP). 57 timeslot interference. 52 timing alignment. 76. 156 Call Attempt (CAA). 74. 53 Timing Alignment event.. 154 GPRS Attach Failed (GAF).NEMO TEC HN O LO GIE S 215 timer name. 52 Timing Advance event. 151 UL RLC win. 180 timer value. 27 Data Disconnect (DAD). 71. 65 TSCAN. 102 traffic channel ARFCN. 84 Change of Day (DATE). 40 GPRS Attach Attempt (GAA). 70 timeslot scan S-SCH (Ec/No). 69. 55 total 1/8 frames. 70 timing advance. 169 Bit Error Rate (BER). 80 timeslot C/I. 106 TXPC. 141. 58 U UARFCN. 30 Delay (DELAY). 146 traffic prior.. 31 transf. #. 147 transf... 53 TLLI. 55 total 1/4 fr. 47 timeslot number. 153 GPRS Detach (GAD). 141. 83 Handover Success (HOS). 180 timeslot. 80 TSL C/I. 180 timer state. 80 Handover Fail (HOF). 32 transfer delay. 179 Channel Info (CHI).

heading. 106 Routing Area Update Attempt (RUA). 172 Location Response Success (LOCS). 67 Service Information (SEI). 103 Packet Channel Info (PCHI).. 70 TX Power Control (TXPC). 173 vel. 171 Location Update Accepted (LUS). 136 Pause (PAUSE). 88 Location Update Attempt (LUA). 59 Scanning Results (SCAN). 178 Textual User Note (TNOTE). 108 VOCS.216 File Fo rmat Descri ptio n Location Request Attempt (LOCA). hor. 177 V vel. 151 uplink RLC window size. 135 Packet Session Activation Failed (PAF). 43. 44 walsh code. 34 Packet Session Activation Attempt (PAA). 148 Packet Error Rate (PER). 170 Location Response Fail (LOCF). 70. 58 Uplink Audio Quality (AQUL). 38 RX Power Control (RXPC). 137 Random Access Channel Information (RACHI). 64 PING (PING). 85 Textual Error Note (ERR). 74 RX Level (RXL). 42. 177 Timeslot Scanning Results (TSCAN). 160 RRC Layer Downlink (RRCD). 87 Location Update Fail (LUF). 176 W walsh. 162 User Marker event. 75 Z ZONE_TIMER. 173 vel. 71. 69. 74. 176. 167 uplink DPDCH bit rate. 44 wideband RSSI. 37 Ping Session Completed (PCOMP). 175. 97 SIR (SSCAN). 36 Ping Session Request (PREQ). 133 Packet Session Activation Connected (PAC). 93 ZONE_TIMER (Zone timer length). 132 RRC Layer Uplink (RRCU). 89 Neighbor List (NLIST). 176 VNOTE. 173 VNote. 143 Quality of Service Profile Request (QSPR). 64 uplink interference level. 176 Vocoder Status event. 173 velocity horizontal. 173 velocity heading. vert. 73. 35 PPP Layer Data Throughput (PPPDAS). 43. 131 RSCP (RSCP). 161 Routing Area Update Successful (RUS). 167 Uplink Audio Quality event. 159 Routing Area Update Fail (RUF). 176 Voice Note event. 86 Soft Handover Event Information (SHOI). 75 Soft Handover (SHO). 42. 173 velocity vertical. 93 .. 106 uplink MUX option. 134 Packet Session Deactivated (PAD). 65 Quality of Service Profile Negotiated (QSPN). 108 voice note. 182 Physical Channel Data Throughput (PHDAS).

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