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.topic IDH_201917 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific.

You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_201919 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_201921 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_201923 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_201925 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_201926 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_201931 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_201932 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_201934 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_201929 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_201937 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_201938 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_201940 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_201941

Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_201943 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_201944 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_201946 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_201947 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_201914 Check your desired options. .topic IDH_203027 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203028 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203029 Choose an item from the list. .topic IDH_203030 Choose an item from the list. .topic IDH_203033 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203034 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_201949 Click this button to close this dialog. .topic IDH_201950 This field displays the status of your current license for this SW. .topic IDH_201952 This table displays the current status of your license options; in other words, which measurement options are enabled. .topic IDH_201956 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_201958 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_201960

Choose an item from the list. .topic IDH_201962 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_201964 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_201967 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_201969 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_201971 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_201973 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_201975 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_201977 Enter your registration key in this field. If you do not have the key, send your registration code to Nemo Technologies' Technical Support along with your regis tration information and you will receive the key within 24 to 48 hours. .topic IDH_201978 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_201979 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_201984 Select the here the wait time in seconds. .topic IDH_201985 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_201996 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_201997 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made.

.topic IDH_201988 With the Current time option you can define a pause between items in the script. For example, you can set a 10 second pause after a voice call is finished and b efore the next call starts. .topic IDH_201989 With the Last notification option you can define a wait period after certain eve nt notifications. For example, you can make the script pause for 10 seconds afte r a call disconnect event. .topic IDH_201990 With the Next notification option you can make the script wait for a certain eve nt notification to appear. For example, you can make the script wait until the s ystem changes from GSM to UMTS. .topic IDH_201991 Select here the notification used in the wait time definition. .topic IDH_201993 But at most value is the maximum wait time in seconds if the defined notificatio n does not appear. .topic IDH_201994 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202001 Host Name is the IP address of your Packet Data Tester. .topic IDH_202007 Port refers to the port used by Packet Data Tester. For TCP protocol, the defaul t port is 2000 and for UDP protocol the default port is 2001. .topic IDH_202039 Transfer Duration defines the length of the data transfer in seconds. Note that if you define the Transfer Data Size, the Transfer Duration and the Delay Betwee n Transfer Attempts options will be disabled. This is because when the Transfer Data Size option is used, the transmission will end after a certain amount of da ta has been transferred. It is not limited by time. .topic IDH_202040 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202043 Transfer Data Size defines the length of the data transfer in kilobytes; that is , the transfer finishes when the defined amount of data has been transferred. No te that if you define the Transfer Data Size, the Transfer Duration and the Dela y Between Transfer Attempts options will be disabled. This is because when the T ransfer Data Size option is used, the transmission will end after a certain amou nt of data has been transferred. It is not limited by time. .topic IDH_202044 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202047 Transfer Attempt Timeout determines the maximum waiting time after data connecti on. If the transfer attempt timeout value is exceeded before data connection, th e data connection attempt will be stopped and the attempt will be marked as a fa ilure. The range of Transfer Attempt Timeout values is from 0 to 60 seconds. The value is recommended to be at least 10 seconds.

.topic IDH_202048 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202011 Direction defines whether you are sending or receiving data. .topic IDH_202013 Protocol defines the data transfer protocol in use. .topic IDH_202015 Packet Size defines the size of the individual data packages sent in bytes. The total size of the data transfer is defined in the Transfer Data Size field. Anot her option is to define Transfer Duration. In this case, Nemo Outdoor sends or r eceives as many data packages of the defined size as it can within the defined t ransfer duration. Note that these options are available only when using scripts. In manual mode, you can only send individual data packages. .topic IDH_202018 Uplink Data Rate defines the maximum rate for uplink data transfer in bits per s econd. Note that the rate cannot exceed the maximum data throughput of the netwo rk. .topic IDH_202021 Downlink Data Rate defines the maximum rate for downlink data transfer in bits p er second. Note that the rate cannot exceed the maximum data throughput of the n etwork. .topic IDH_202032 Ping Packet Size is the size of the ping packet that is used to measure ping tim e. The value determines the size of the packet sent to the Packet Data Tester. I n addition, it determines the size of the reply packet that the Packet Data Test er uses to reply Nemo Outdoor. .topic IDH_202029 Define here the minimum time between consecutive ping measurements in millisecon ds. .topic IDH_202035 Ping Timeout determines the maximum time that Nemo Outdoor waits for a reply pac ket from the Packet Data Tester. If this time is exceeded, the ping measurement event will be created by using the timeout parameter (=-1). .topic IDH_202050 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202051 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202046 Transfer Attempt Timeout determines the maximum waiting time after data connecti on. If the transfer attempt timeout value is exceeded before data connection, th e data connection attempt will be stopped and the attempt will be marked as a fa ilure. The range of Transfer Attempt Timeout values is from 0 to 60 seconds. The value is recommended to be at least 10 seconds. .topic IDH_202038 Transfer Duration defines the length of the data transfer in seconds. Note that if you define the Transfer Data Size, the Transfer Duration and the Delay Betwee n Transfer Attempts options will be disabled. This is because when the Transfer Data Size option is used, the transmission will end after a certain amount of da

ta has been transferred. It is not limited by time. .topic IDH_202042 Transfer Data Size defines the length of the data transfer in kilobytes; that is , the transfer finishes when the defined amount of data has been transferred. No te that if you define the Transfer Data Size, the Transfer Duration and the Dela y Between Transfer Attempts options will be disabled. This is because when the T ransfer Data Size option is used, the transmission will end after a certain amou nt of data has been transferred. It is not limited by time. .topic IDH_202027 Select the Enable Ping Measurement checkbox to enable ping measurements. .topic IDH_202009 Select the Enable Packet Data Measurement checkbox to enable packet data testing . .topic IDH_202023 If you want to send your own data in the data measurement, select this check box and browse a file in the field. If you do not select this option, Nemo Outdoor will generate the data to be sent. If you are receiving data, define here the ou tput file. .topic IDH_202024 Enter your input in this field. .topic IDH_202025 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_202003 Connection timeout defines the time in seconds for how long Nemo Outdoor waits f or the connection to be established. If a connection is not established within t he defined time, connection attempt will fail. .topic IDH_202004 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202066 This list box gives a list of all the dial-up connections that have been configu red on your computer. If you are making PS data measurements, select a dial-up c onnection here. See the Dial-Up Networking Setup guide provided by Nemo Technolo gies for detailed instructions for configuring dial-up connections. .topic IDH_202058 Trace Port defines the port where the trace element of the mobile adapter cable is connected. See Nemo Outdoor manual for more detailed information. .topic IDH_202060 Modem Port defines the port where the data element of the mobile adapter cable i s connected. See Nemo Outdoor manual for more detailed information. .topic IDH_202068 Antenna Gain and Cable Loss are antenna-related parameters and they are used in the conversion from dBm to dBuV/m. This parameter is needed only if you are usin g external antennas. If you are using the internal antenna of each phone, leave these values blank. .topic IDH_202070 Antenna Gain and Cable Loss are antenna-related parameters and they are used in the conversion from dBm to dBuV/m. This parameter is needed only if you are usin

g external antennas. If you are using the internal antenna of each phone, leave these values blank. .topic IDH_202071 Click this button to open the Measurement Properties dialog for the current devi ce. .topic IDH_202072 Click this button to check that the device is working properly. If this button i s inactive, check that you are in online mode. .topic IDH_202073 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202074 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202055 This field displays the current status of the device. .topic IDH_202054 This field displays the type of the current device. .topic IDH_202064 This list box gives a list of all the dial-up connections that have been configu red on your computer. If you are making CS data measurements, select a dial-up c onnection here. See the Dial-Up Networking Setup guide provided by Nemo Technolo gies for detailed instructions for configuring dial-up connections. .topic IDH_202062 VQ Device Port defines the port where the Nemo voice quality unit is connected. .topic IDH_202091 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202092 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202081 This field defines the port to which the GPS receiver is connected. .topic IDH_202083 This field defines the communication speed. .topic IDH_202085 This is one of the communication-related parameters. Check your GPS receiver for the correct value. .topic IDH_202087 This is one of the communication-related parameters. Check your GPS receiver for the correct value. .topic IDH_202089 This is one of the communication-related parameters. Check your GPS receiver for the correct value. .topic IDH_202078 Enter your input in this field. .topic IDH_202090

Click this button to test that the device is working properly. .topic IDH_202077 Enter your input in this field. .topic IDH_202099 Port refers to the port to which the scanner is connected. .topic IDH_202103 Antenna Gain and Cable Loss are antenna-related parameters and they are used in the conversion from dBm to dBuV/m. .topic IDH_202105 Antenna Gain and Cable Loss are antenna-related parameters and they are used in the conversion from dBm to dBuV/m. .topic IDH_202106 Click this button to open the Measurement Configuration dialog for the current d evice. .topic IDH_202107 Click this button to check that the device is working properly. .topic IDH_202108 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202109 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202096 This field displays the current status of the device. .topic IDH_202095 Displays the name of the current device. .topic IDH_202101 Baud Rate refers to the communication speed. The available values are 1200, 2400 , 4800, and 9600. .topic IDH_202111 In the Add Textual Note dialog you can add written remarks in the measurement fi le. .topic IDH_202112 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202113 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202144 This field specifies the number of events stored in the history buffer of the us er interface. The size of the buffer affects how far back you can view a file du ring measurement. .topic IDH_202145 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202147 Check this option to save the workspace settings, i.e., the files loaded and act ive windows, on exit so that they will be opened automatically the next time you

start Nemo Outdoor. .topic IDH_202148 Check this option to activate recording automatically when Nemo Outdoor is start ed. .topic IDH_202149 Check this option to view a summary report of the test calls or scans performed during the measurement. The report is displayed when recording is stopped. .topic IDH_202150 Check this option to view the Pause dialog when measurement is paused. .topic IDH_202151 Check this option to view a message box when there is a problem on one of the de vices or with the measurement file writing. .topic IDH_202152 Check this option to automatically open the Script Status window when script fil es are used in measurements. .topic IDH_202153 Check this option to play the audio samples used in audio quality measurements a lso during playback. .topic IDH_202159 In the Paths tab you can define locations for different files. .topic IDH_202189 Select a device from this list and click Next to configure the device for measur ement use. .topic IDH_202190 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202191 Select a device from this list and click Next to configure the device for measur ement use. .topic IDH_202193 Click this button after selecting ports from the list above to start the Autodet ect operation. .topic IDH_202194 Click this button to close this dialog. .topic IDH_202196 Select the ports that you would like to be detected for measurement devices. Not e, do not select virtual serial ports, such as infra-red ports or other non-phys ical serial ports. It may cause your computer to stop responding or to restart. .topic IDH_202199 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202200 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202201 Type here a new file name for the measurement.

.topic IDH_202203 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_202204 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202206 Enter your input in this field. .topic IDH_202208 This table displays a list of files that were created during the current measure ment(s). .topic IDH_202210 Select this check box if you do not want to see this dialog again. .topic IDH_202211 Click this button to rename the current measurement file. .topic IDH_202212 Click this button to start playbacking the current file. .topic IDH_202213 Select a file from the Files table and click this button to delete the file. .topic IDH_202214 Click this button to close this dialog. .topic IDH_202209 Select the Save report to file check box to save the statistics to a separate Ex cel .csv file. The filename is the same as for the actual measurement file and t he file is located in the Results folder. .topic IDH_202217 Click the Analyze button to open the measurement file for analysis in Nemo Analy ze. Note that this requires that you have Nemo Analyze 5.0 installed on the comp uter. .topic IDH_202222 Click this button to continue measuring. .topic IDH_202223 Click this button to stop the measurement. .topic IDH_202224 Click this button to close this message box. .topic IDH_202225 Check this checkbox if you do not want to see this message box again. .topic IDH_202227 From the Script Status window you can follow the progress of the script file use d in the current measurement. .topic IDH_202229 Click this button to upload files to Nemo Analyze database. .topic IDH_202230 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made.

.topic IDH_202232 Select this check box and select a workbook where the measurement data is opened in Nemo Analyze. .topic IDH_202233 Select this check box and select a report template that is used for creating a r eport from the data in Nemo Analyze. .topic IDH_202234 Select this check box and select a workbook where the measurement data is opened in Nemo Analyze. .topic IDH_202235 Select this check box and select a report template that is used for creating a r eport from the data in Nemo Analyze. .topic IDH_202237 Displays the status of the file upload. .topic IDH_202244 Enter your name in this field in format first name, last name. .topic IDH_202245 Enter your company name in this field. For example, Nemo Technologies. .topic IDH_202246 Enter your email address in this field. For example, firstname.lastname@nemotech nologies.com. .topic IDH_202247 Enter your phone number with the area and country codes in this field. For examp le, +358 400 995 460. .topic IDH_202248 Enter your fax number with the area and country codes in this field. For example , +358 8 5514484. .topic IDH_202249 Enter your street address in this field. For example, Tutkijantie 8. .topic IDH_202250 Enter your postal/zip code in this field. For example, 90570. .topic IDH_202251 Enter the name of your city in this field. For example, Oulu. .topic IDH_202252 Enter the name of your state in this field, if applicable. For example, CA. .topic IDH_202253 Enter the name of your country in this field. For example, Finland. .topic IDH_202254 Click this button to copy this form on clipboard. You can then paste the informa tion in a text file. .topic IDH_202255 Click this button to launch your default mail reader. The information from this form will be pasted in an email and the email will be directed to Nemo Technolog ies' Technical Support.

.topic IDH_202256 Click this button to close this dialog. .topic IDH_202257 This field displays the registration code that you need to send to Nemo Technolo gies Technical Support. When Technical Support has received this code, they will send you the corresponding Registration Key. .topic IDH_202273 Click this button to browse for a file or folder. .topic IDH_202275 If the measurement was made with several measurement devices simultaneously, sev eral measurement files were generated. You can check the files that you would li ke to playback. .topic IDH_202278 Click this button to load the selected file for playback. .topic IDH_202279 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202272 Enter here the name and path of the measurement file(s) that you would like to p layback. .topic IDH_202277 The File Header box displays the measurement file header. See the Nemo Technolog ies File Format Specification document for more information about the file heade r. .topic IDH_203049 Choose an item from the list. .topic IDH_203050 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203051 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203053 Choose an item from the list. .topic IDH_203054 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203055 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203057 Enter your input in this field. .topic IDH_203058 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203059 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203060

Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203076 Choose an item from the list. .topic IDH_203077 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203078 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203079 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203080 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203086 This field displays the device for which parameters are selected. .topic IDH_203088 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203089 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203092 Select the device from the list that you want to view in the measurement window. .topic IDH_203093 Click this button to select all devices. .topic IDH_203094 Click this button to deselect all devices .topic IDH_203095 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203096 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203132 Parameter Name refers to the long name of the parameter to be decoded. .topic IDH_203134 Short Name refers to the short name of the parameter to be decoded. .topic IDH_203136 Search String is the string that is searched from the decoded layer messages, fo r example, Ordered MS power level. .topic IDH_203138 Layer defines the layer messages from where the string is searched. .topic IDH_203139 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203140 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made.

.topic IDH_202282 The table displays the entries in the current script. .topic IDH_202285 Click this button to choose any of the items in the list to be added to the scri pt. .topic IDH_202286 Select a script item from the Script table and click this button to to edit the item. .topic IDH_202287 Click this button to delete the selected entry row. .topic IDH_202288 Click this button to move the selected entry up by one row in the calling order. .topic IDH_202289 Click this button to move the selected entry down by one row in the calling orde r. .topic IDH_202290 Click this button to add a ready-made script to the current script. .topic IDH_202292 Repeat Script value defines how many times the script will be repeated during th e measurements. The range of repeat script values is from 1 to 10,000. .topic IDH_202293 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202294 Click this button to clear the entry fields for inserting new script values. .topic IDH_202295 Click this button to open an existing script file to be modified or reviewed. .topic IDH_202296 Click this button to save the file with the existing name or if the script is a new one, to open a dialog box for inserting the file name. .topic IDH_202297 Click this button to open a dialog box for inserting a new file name for the scr ipt file. .topic IDH_202298 Click this button to exit the dialog box. If you have not saved the changes befo re clicking Close, the program will prompt you and ask if you wish to save the c hanges before exiting. .topic IDH_202283 When this option is selected, the settings that have been configured in the Meas urement Properties dialog are used for the script settings. For example, if you have defined a Voice number in the Measurement Properties - Configuration dialog , that number is used when you add a voice call in the script and the Voice Call Properties dialog does not appear. .topic IDH_203144 Data Processing Method defines how the scanned data is processed by the scanner.

.topic IDH_203146 CPICH Ec/N0 Threshold defines the power that is included to find delay spread. .topic IDH_203147 Number of fingers defines the maximum number of fingers used for RAKE in measure ment. .topic IDH_203148 Number of fingers defines the maximum number of fingers used for RAKE in measure ment. .topic IDH_203149 Rake threshold determines a valid path (in dB). Subtracting the set value from a path with a maximum correlation value gives the lower limit of the valid path. .topic IDH_203150 Rake threshold determines a valid path (in dB). Subtracting the set value from a path with a maximum correlation value gives the lower limit of the valid path. .topic IDH_203151 Selective level determines a valid path. Set a value (in dB) to decide a valid p ath from the noise floor (average value). .topic IDH_203152 Selective level determines a valid path. Set a value (in dB) to decide a valid p ath from the noise floor (average value). .topic IDH_203155 Delay profile defines from which scrambling code or channel the delay profile is measured. .topic IDH_203156 Delay profile defines from which scrambling code or channel the delay profile is measured. .topic IDH_203157 Delay profile defines from which scrambling code or channel the delay profile is measured. .topic IDH_203158 Delay profile defines from which scrambling code or channel the delay profile is measured. .topic IDH_203159 Delay profile defines from which scrambling code or channel the delay profile is measured. .topic IDH_203161 Timeslot scan check box enables or disables timeslot scanning. If enabled, scann er will scan UMTS timeslots (2560 chips) and report the P-SCH Ec/N0 value per ch ip. .topic IDH_203162 Compression ratio option allows the user to reduce the data generated by scanner when performing timeslot scan. If Compression Ratio is set to 1, there will be 2560 P-SCH Ec/N0 results per timeslot (e.g., for every chip) and if Compression Ratio is set to 4, there will be 640 results (e.g., results for every fourth chi p) that are averaged over four chips. .topic IDH_203163

Compression ratio option allows the user to reduce the data generated by scanner when performing timeslot scan. If Compression Ratio is set to 1, there will be 2560 P-SCH Ec/N0 results per timeslot (e.g., for every chip) and if Compression Ratio is set to 4, there will be 640 results (e.g., results for every fourth chi p) that are averaged over four chips. .topic IDH_203165 P-SCH defines if the selected scanner will measure the P-SCH Ec/N0 value for eac h scrambling code. .topic IDH_203166 S-SCH defines if the selected scanner will measure the S-SCH Ec/N0 value for eac h scrambling code. .topic IDH_203167 Time of arrival defines if the selected scanner will measure the time of arrival for each scrambling code. The time of arrival value is relative to GPS time and is measured in chips. .topic IDH_203168 Delay spread defines if the selected scanner will also measure the delay spread value (in chips) for each scanned scrambling code. Delay spread is determined as the difference between the last and first component to break the threshold set in PN Threshold. .topic IDH_203169 SIR (signal to interference ratio) defines if the selected scanner will measure the SIR value for each scrambling code. .topic IDH_203170 Finger check box enables and disables Finger measurements for the scanner. .topic IDH_203171 Uplink interference check box enables and disables uplink interference decoding for the scanner. Available for scanners that support BCH demodulation. .topic IDH_203174 Group specifies the group number for the primary scrambling code in the range of 0 to 63. .topic IDH_203175 Group specifies the group number for the primary scrambling code in the range of 0 to 63. .topic IDH_203177 Group specifies the group number for the primary scrambling code in the range of 0 to 63. .topic IDH_203178 Cell specifies the cell number for the primary scrambling code in the range of 0 to 7. .topic IDH_203179 Cell specifies the cell number for the primary scrambling code in the range of 0 to 7. .topic IDH_203181 Cell specifies the cell number for the primary scrambling code in the range of 0 to 7.

.topic IDH_203182 Secondary code specifies the secondary scrambling code. Limit range should be se t from 0 to 0. .topic IDH_203183 Secondary code specifies the secondary scrambling code. Limit range should be se t from 0 to 0. .topic IDH_203185 Secondary code specifies the secondary scrambling code. Limit range should be se t from 0 to 0. .topic IDH_203186 Channelization code specifies the channelization code. Limit range should be set from 0 to 0. .topic IDH_203187 Channelization code specifies the channelization code. Limit range should be set from 0 to 0. .topic IDH_203189 Channelization code specifies the channelization code. Limit range should be set from 0 to 0. .topic IDH_203192 Search method defines how the search is performed. P-CPICH (primary common pilot channel) searches with P-CPICH. SCH performs a three-step search with P-SCH and S-SCH. .topic IDH_203194 You can select the events, parameters, and statistics you would like to see in t he grid table. Note that the selection depends on the grid type and on the measu rement device. The available parameters are organized by technology and call mod e. If you select, for example, the WCDMA check box, all the parameters under WCD MA are selected. You can also select individual parameters. Expand the branch by double-clicking on the main item (GSM, WCDMA, Voice, etc.). Select the paramete rs that you would like to view in the grid and click OK. .topic IDH_203195 Click this button to select all items on the list. .topic IDH_203196 Click this button to deselect all items on the list. .topic IDH_203197 Click the User Parameters button in the Parameters dialog to access the User Par ameters dialog. .topic IDH_203200 In the Selected tab you can view which parameters you have selected and change t heir order using the arrow buttons. Note that the parameter order can only be ch anged in Statistics or Parameter grids. .topic IDH_203201 Use the arrow button to change the order of the selected parameter. .topic IDH_203202 Use the arrow button to change the order of the selected parameter. .topic IDH_203203

Use the arrow button to change the order of the selected parameter. .topic IDH_203204 Use the arrow button to change the order of the selected parameter. .topic IDH_203205 In the Maximum number of lines in info list field you can define how many lines are visible in the window. If there are more selected parameters than lines, a s croll bar will appear in the Device Info window. .topic IDH_203206 Enter your input in this field. .topic IDH_203207 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203208 Select in which order the parameters will be listed. .topic IDH_203209 Select in which order the parameters will be listed. .topic IDH_203210 Select in which order the parameters will be listed. .topic IDH_203211 Select in which order the parameters will be listed. .topic IDH_203215 Enter the system and channel number and/or scrambling code within the given limi ts (it must be a valid channel/scrambling code number) and click the Lock button . .topic IDH_203217 Enter the system and channel number and/or scrambling code within the given limi ts (it must be a valid channel/scrambling code number) and click the Lock button . .topic IDH_203218 Choose an item from the list. .topic IDH_203220 Enter the system and channel number and/or scrambling code within the given limi ts (it must be a valid channel/scrambling code number) and click the Lock button . .topic IDH_203221 Choose an item from the list. .topic IDH_203222 Enter the system and channel number and/or scrambling code within the given limi ts (it must be a valid channel/scrambling code number) and click the Lock button . .topic IDH_203226 Select the band where the mobile will be locked and click Lock. .topic IDH_203227 Select the band where the mobile will be locked and click Lock.

.topic IDH_203230 During the measurement you can select if you wish to access only those cells tha t are accessible to all end users (Accept), all cells; that is, also cells that are barred (Ignore), and only barred cells (Reverse). .topic IDH_203232 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203236 The Target BCCH can be used to select the broadcast control channel (1-885) you want to force the handover to. .topic IDH_203237 Choose an item from the list. .topic IDH_203238 Click this button to force a Single handover. .topic IDH_203239 Click this button to force a Cyclic handover. .topic IDH_203240 The Suppress Handover option will stop the handover from taking place. .topic IDH_202302 Number defines the number to be called. It must be a valid phone number. The nu mber must be such that the line stays open for a user-defined time and some spee ch or sound is transferred on the line. The Number field can contain up to 17 ch aracters. .topic IDH_202315 This value determines the time in seconds that the call lasts. The duration time r is started from the channel assignment. The range of duration values is from 1 to 1,000,000 seconds. Note that the maximum value of this parameter is the same as the value you have set as the Delay Between Call Attempts parameter. .topic IDH_202316 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202319 This value determines the maximum duration of the call attempt. If the call atte mpt timeout value is exceeded before the cellular system has assigned a traffic channel, the call attempt will be stopped and the attempt will be marked as a fa ilure. The range of the Call Attempt Timeout values is from 5 to 60 seconds. The value is recommended to be at least 10 seconds. .topic IDH_202320 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202314 This value determines the time in seconds that the call lasts. The duration time r is started from the channel assignment. The range of duration values is from 1 to 1,000,000 seconds. Note that the maximum value of this parameter is the same as the value you have set as the Delay Between Call Attempts parameter. .topic IDH_202318 This value determines the maximum duration of the call attempt. If the call atte mpt timeout value is exceeded before the cellular system has assigned a traffic channel, the call attempt will be stopped and the attempt will be marked as a fa ilure. The range of the Call Attempt Timeout values is from 5 to 60 seconds. The

value is recommended to be at least 10 seconds. .topic IDH_202304 Select the Voice Quality check box to activate the voice quality settings. .topic IDH_202305 Voice Quality Mode defines how the voice quality measurements are run. *Simplex RX is used when one mobile is sending and the other mobile is receiving the audio sample file. This option should be selected for the receiving end. *Simplex TX is used when one mobile is sending and the other mobile is receiving the audio sample file. This option should be selected for the sending end. *Half Duplex Start RX is used when both mobiles are sending and receiving altern ately. This option should be selected for the mobile that will be receiving when the measurement is started. The mobiles will then automatically switch between RX and TX modes during the measurement. *Half Duplex Start TX is used when both mobiles are sending and receiving altern ately. This option should be selected for the mobile that will be sending when t he measurement is started. The mobiles will then automatically switch between RX and TX modes during the measurement. .topic IDH_202306 Voice Quality Mode defines how the voice quality measurements are run. *Simplex RX is used when one mobile is sending and the other mobile is receiving the audio sample file. This option should be selected for the receiving end. *Simplex TX is used when one mobile is sending and the other mobile is receiving the audio sample file. This option should be selected for the sending end. *Half Duplex Start RX is used when both mobiles are sending and receiving altern ately. This option should be selected for the mobile that will be receiving when the measurement is started. The mobiles will then automatically switch between RX and TX modes during the measurement. *Half Duplex Start TX is used when both mobiles are sending and receiving altern ately. This option should be selected for the mobile that will be sending when t he measurement is started. The mobiles will then automatically switch between RX and TX modes during the measurement. .topic IDH_202308 Prefix for Received Sample Files refers to the prefix that is added to the filen ames of received audio sample files. .topic IDH_202309 Prefix for Received Sample Files refers to the prefix that is added to the filen ames of received audio sample files. .topic IDH_202310 Reference Sample Filename defines the reference sample to which the received aud io sample is compared. .topic IDH_202311 Reference Sample Filename defines the reference sample to which the received aud io sample is compared. .topic IDH_202312 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_202307 Check your desired options. .topic IDH_202325

Number defines the number to be called. It must be a valid phone number. The nu mber must be such that the line stays open for a user-defined time and some spee ch or sound is transferred on the line. The Number field can contain up to 17 ch aracters. .topic IDH_202341 This value determines the time in seconds that the call lasts. The duration time r is started from the channel assignment. The range of duration values is from 1 to 1,000,000 seconds. Note that the maximum value of this parameter is the same as the value you have set as the Delay Between Call Attempts parameter. .topic IDH_202342 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202345 This value determines the maximum duration of the call attempt. If the call atte mpt timeout value is exceeded before the cellular system has assigned a traffic channel, the call attempt will be stopped and the attempt will be marked as a fa ilure. The range of the Call Attempt Timeout values is from 5 to 60 seconds. The value is recommended to be at least 10 seconds. .topic IDH_202346 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202338 The Call Type listbox allows you to define either Voice, Markov, or Loopback as the call type. .topic IDH_202340 This value determines the time in seconds that the call lasts. The duration time r is started from the channel assignment. The range of duration values is from 1 to 1,000,000 seconds. Note that the maximum value of this parameter is the same as the value you have set as the Delay Between Call Attempts parameter. .topic IDH_202344 This value determines the maximum duration of the call attempt. If the call atte mpt timeout value is exceeded before the cellular system has assigned a traffic channel, the call attempt will be stopped and the attempt will be marked as a fa ilure. The range of the Call Attempt Timeout values is from 5 to 60 seconds. The value is recommended to be at least 10 seconds. .topic IDH_202327 Select the Voice Quality check box to activate the voice quality settings. .topic IDH_202328 Voice Quality Mode defines how the voice quality measurements are run. *Simplex RX is used when one mobile is sending and the other mobile is receiving the audio sample file. This option should be selected for the receiving end. *Simplex TX is used when one mobile is sending and the other mobile is receiving the audio sample file. This option should be selected for the sending end. *Half Duplex Start RX is used when both mobiles are sending and receiving altern ately. This option should be selected for the mobile that will be receiving when the measurement is started. The mobiles will then automatically switch between RX and TX modes during the measurement. *Half Duplex Start TX is used when both mobiles are sending and receiving altern ately. This option should be selected for the mobile that will be sending when t he measurement is started. The mobiles will then automatically switch between RX and TX modes during the measurement.

.topic IDH_202329 Voice Quality Mode defines how the voice quality measurements are run. *Simplex RX is used when one mobile is sending and the other mobile is receiving the audio sample file. This option should be selected for the receiving end. *Simplex TX is used when one mobile is sending and the other mobile is receiving the audio sample file. This option should be selected for the sending end. *Half Duplex Start RX is used when both mobiles are sending and receiving altern ately. This option should be selected for the mobile that will be receiving when the measurement is started. The mobiles will then automatically switch between RX and TX modes during the measurement. *Half Duplex Start TX is used when both mobiles are sending and receiving altern ately. This option should be selected for the mobile that will be sending when t he measurement is started. The mobiles will then automatically switch between RX and TX modes during the measurement. .topic IDH_202331 Prefix for Received Sample Files refers to the prefix that is added to the filen ames of received audio sample files. .topic IDH_202332 Prefix for Received Sample Files refers to the prefix that is added to the filen ames of received audio sample files. .topic IDH_202333 Reference Sample Filename defines the reference sample to which the received aud io sample is compared. .topic IDH_202334 Reference Sample Filename defines the reference sample to which the received aud io sample is compared. .topic IDH_202335 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_202330 Check your desired options. .topic IDH_202351 Number defines the number to be called. It must be a valid phone number. The nu mber must be such that the line stays open for a user-defined time and some spee ch or sound is transferred on the line. The Number field can contain up to 17 ch aracters. .topic IDH_202369 This value determines the time in seconds that the call lasts. The duration time r is started from the channel assignment. The range of duration values is from 1 to 1,000,000 seconds. Note that the maximum value of this parameter is the same as the value you have set as the Delay Between Call Attempts parameter. .topic IDH_202370 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202373 This value determines the maximum duration of the call attempt. If the call atte mpt timeout value is exceeded before the cellular system has assigned a traffic channel, the call attempt will be stopped and the attempt will be marked as a fa ilure. The range of the Call Attempt Timeout values is from 5 to 60 seconds. The value is recommended to be at least 10 seconds.

.topic IDH_202374 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202364 Service Option defines the service option used for the test call .topic IDH_202368 This value determines the time in seconds that the call lasts. The duration time r is started from the channel assignment. The range of duration values is from 1 to 1,000,000 seconds. Note that the maximum value of this parameter is the same as the value you have set as the Delay Between Call Attempts parameter. .topic IDH_202372 This value determines the maximum duration of the call attempt. If the call atte mpt timeout value is exceeded before the cellular system has assigned a traffic channel, the call attempt will be stopped and the attempt will be marked as a fa ilure. The range of the Call Attempt Timeout values is from 5 to 60 seconds. The value is recommended to be at least 10 seconds. .topic IDH_202366 The Description field displays a description of the selected service option. .topic IDH_202353 Select the Voice Quality check box to activate the voice quality settings. .topic IDH_202354 Voice Quality Mode defines how the voice quality measurements are run. *Simplex RX is used when one mobile is sending and the other mobile is receiving the audio sample file. This option should be selected for the receiving end. *Simplex TX is used when one mobile is sending and the other mobile is receiving the audio sample file. This option should be selected for the sending end. *Half Duplex Start RX is used when both mobiles are sending and receiving altern ately. This option should be selected for the mobile that will be receiving when the measurement is started. The mobiles will then automatically switch between RX and TX modes during the measurement. *Half Duplex Start TX is used when both mobiles are sending and receiving altern ately. This option should be selected for the mobile that will be sending when t he measurement is started. The mobiles will then automatically switch between RX and TX modes during the measurement. .topic IDH_202355 Voice Quality Mode defines how the voice quality measurements are run. *Simplex RX is used when one mobile is sending and the other mobile is receiving the audio sample file. This option should be selected for the receiving end. *Simplex TX is used when one mobile is sending and the other mobile is receiving the audio sample file. This option should be selected for the sending end. *Half Duplex Start RX is used when both mobiles are sending and receiving altern ately. This option should be selected for the mobile that will be receiving when the measurement is started. The mobiles will then automatically switch between RX and TX modes during the measurement. *Half Duplex Start TX is used when both mobiles are sending and receiving altern ately. This option should be selected for the mobile that will be sending when t he measurement is started. The mobiles will then automatically switch between RX and TX modes during the measurement. .topic IDH_202357 Prefix for Received Sample Files refers to the prefix that is added to the filen ames of received audio sample files.

.topic IDH_202358 Prefix for Received Sample Files refers to the prefix that is added to the filen ames of received audio sample files. .topic IDH_202359 Reference Sample Filename defines the reference sample to which the received aud io sample is compared. .topic IDH_202360 Reference Sample Filename defines the reference sample to which the received aud io sample is compared. .topic IDH_202361 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_202356 Check your desired options. .topic IDH_202380 Host Name is the IP address of the FTP server used. .topic IDH_202382 Port refers to the port used by the FTP server. .topic IDH_202385 In the Username field you must enter a valid username for the FTP server. .topic IDH_202387 In the Password field you must enter a valid password for the FTP server. .topic IDH_202383 Some firewalls may be configured to refuse any incoming connection requests, and in that case the data transfer would fail. With passive mode, the client always opens those new connections so the firewall does not block the connection. Sele ct the Passive Mode check box to activate passive mode. .topic IDH_202395 Proxy Type defines the type of the firewall used in the measurements. Supported types are Tunneling, SOCKS4, and SOCKS5. .topic IDH_202397 Address refers to the proxy address. .topic IDH_202399 Port refers to the port used by the proxy. .topic IDH_202401 In the Username field you must enter a valid username for the proxy. .topic IDH_202403 In the Password field you must enter a valid password for the proxy. .topic IDH_202407 Direction defines whether you are sending or receiving data. .topic IDH_202416 Remote File defines the name and location of the file that is on the FTP server. If you are receiving data, this is the source file. If you are sending data, th is is the destination file.

.topic IDH_202418 Local File defines the name and location of the file that is on your laptop. If you are receiving data, this is the output file. If you are sending data, this i s the source file. The default location for these files is defined in the UI Con figuration dialog box, Paths tab. .topic IDH_202419 Click this button to browse for a file or folder. .topic IDH_202409 Transfer Attempts defines how many times an interrupted data transfer is resumed during one FTP session. .topic IDH_202410 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202420 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202421 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202389 Connection timeout defines the time in seconds for how long Nemo Outdoor waits f or the connection to be established. If a connection is not established within t he defined time, connection attempt will fail. .topic IDH_202390 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202412 Transfer timeout defines the time in seconds for how long Nemo Outdoor waits dur ing a transfer if there is a break in the data flow. If the transfer does not co ntinue within the defined time, transfer will fail. .topic IDH_202413 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202423 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring .topic IDH_202424 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_202425 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_202426 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_202427

All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_202432 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_202433 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_202438 Host Name is the IP address of your Packet Data Tester. .topic IDH_202439 Packet Size is the size of the ping packet that is used to measure ping time. Th e value determines the size of the packet sent to the Packet Data Tester. In add ition, it determines the size of the reply packet that the Packet Data Tester us es to reply Nemo Outdoor. .topic IDH_202440 Timeout determines the maximum time that Nemo Outdoor waits for a reply packet f rom the Packet Data Tester. If this time is exceeded, the ping measurement event will be created by using the timeout parameter (=-1). .topic IDH_202441 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202442 Delay defines the delay duration in milliseconds. In addition to the duration, a lso define where the delay will occur. The options are Delay between requests an d Delay from reply to request. .topic IDH_202443 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202446 Select this option to define the number of times the ping measurement is repeate d. .topic IDH_202447 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202450 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202451 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202448 Select this option if you would like to define the number of times the ping meas urement is repeated. .topic IDH_202449 Select this option to continue the ping measurement until you stop it manually. .topic IDH_202444

Delay defines the delay duration in milliseconds. In addition to the duration, a lso define where the delay will occur. The options are Delay between requests an d Delay from reply to request. .topic IDH_202445 Delay defines the delay duration in milliseconds. In addition to the duration, a lso define where the delay will occur. The options are Delay between requests an d Delay from reply to request. .topic IDH_202463 In this field, select a premade hardware configuration. The hardware configurati on file contains the measurement devices and their configuration settings. .topic IDH_202464 This table displays the devices in the selected hardware configuration file and some configuration settings for each device. .topic IDH_202468 Click this button to start the devices displayed in the table above. .topic IDH_202469 If you prefer setting up the measurement configuration offline, that is, without connecting and starting the measurement devices, click this button. When you wa nt to activate the devices, click the Work Offline button in the Nemo Outdoor to olbar. .topic IDH_202470 Click this button to close this dialog box without any changes. .topic IDH_202467 Select an existing workspace file to be loaded. .topic IDH_202472 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202473 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202474 Here you can enable and disable RLC data messages. If you disable the RLC data m essages, they will not be recorded in the measurement file or displayed in the m easurement windows. This will improve measurement performance especially on olde r laptops. Also, the measurement file size is reduced. Clear the check box to di sable RLC data messages. .topic IDH_202478 Enter here the phone number of your dial-up server. .topic IDH_202480 Enter here the username to your dial-up server. .topic IDH_202482 Enter here the password to your dial-up server. .topic IDH_202485 Define here whether transparent or non-transparent mode is used in the CS data c all. .topic IDH_202487 Define here whether no compression or v.42bis compression is used in the CS data

call. .topic IDH_202489 Modem Type refers to the modem type that the dial-up server is using. Select eit her Analog (v.34) or ISDN (v.110 and v.120). .topic IDH_202491 Define here the number of timeslots for each direction in the CS data call. .topic IDH_202493 Define here the coding scheme used in the air interface. .topic IDH_202494 Select this check box to enable Automatic Link Adaptation (ALA). The ALA technol ogy controls power levels and automatically selects the best channel coding. .topic IDH_202498 Enter here the phone number of your dial-up server. .topic IDH_202500 Enter here the username to your dial-up server. .topic IDH_202502 Enter here the password to your dial-up server. .topic IDH_202505 Define here whether transparent or non-transparent mode is used in the CS data c all. .topic IDH_202507 Define here whether no compression or v.42bis compression is used in the CS data call. .topic IDH_202509 Modem Type refers to the modem type that the dial-up server is using. Select eit her Analog (v.34) or ISDN (v.110 and v.120). .topic IDH_202511 Enter a name for the new view group and click OK. .topic IDH_202512 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202513 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202534 Enter here the address of the test file that will be downloaded. For example, ht tp://www.yourcompany.com/testfile.htm. Only one file will be downloaded at a tim e. To make consecutive downloads, create a script with several HTTP transfers. .topic IDH_202536 Defines the output file name and location for HTTP testing. The default location for these files is defined in the UI Properties dialog box, Paths tab. .topic IDH_202537 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_202542 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made.

.topic IDH_202543 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202518 Define here the type of the proxy used in the measurements. Supported types are Tunneling, SOCKS4, and SOCKS5. .topic IDH_202520 Defines the address of the proxy. .topic IDH_202522 Defines the port used by the proxy. .topic IDH_202524 Enter here the username to the proxy. .topic IDH_202526 Enter here the password to the proxy. .topic IDH_202528 Connection timeout defines the time in seconds for how long Nemo Outdoor waits f or the connection to be established. If a connection is not established within t he defined time, connection attempt will fail. .topic IDH_202529 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202539 Transfer timeout defines the time in seconds for how long Nemo Outdoor waits dur ing a transfer if there is a break in the data flow. If the transfer does not co ntinue within the defined time, transfer will fail. .topic IDH_202540 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202583 Define here the application that you want to run from Nemo Outdoor while making measurements. Define the path where the application .exe file is located on your computer. For example, C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\IEXPLORE.EXE. .topic IDH_202584 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_202585 If you select the Wait until completed check box, the test script will be on hol d until the external application is closed. .topic IDH_202587 Arguments defines what file or web page will be opened in the external applicati on once it is started. For example, if you start Internet Explorer, define here a URL (e.g., http://www.nemotechnologies.com). You can leave the field empty. .topic IDH_202589 Working Folder refers to the folder that the application uses to open and save f iles. For example, C:\Temp. .topic IDH_202590 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made.

.topic IDH_202591 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202592 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_202596 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_202598 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_202600 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_202601 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_202604 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_202605 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202607 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_202608 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202610 All the parameters in this dialog box are operator specific. You must select the correct parameters to make the packet transfer function. Contact the operator o f the network that you are measuring. .topic IDH_202611 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202615 Enter here the phone number of your dial-up server. .topic IDH_202617 Enter here the username to your dial-up server. .topic IDH_202619 Enter here the password to your dial-up server. .topic IDH_202623

Define here a name for the POP3 server. .topic IDH_202625 Type here the port used by the POP3 server. .topic IDH_202631 In this field you must enter a valid username for the POP3 server. .topic IDH_202633 In this field you must enter a valid password for the POP3 server. .topic IDH_202627 Connection timeout defines the time in seconds for how long Nemo Outdoor waits f or the connection to be established. If a connection is not established within t he defined time, connection attempt will fail. .topic IDH_202628 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202636 This field defines the type of the proxy used in the measurements. Supported typ es are Tunneling, SOCKS4, and SOCKS5. .topic IDH_202638 This field refers to the address of the proxy. .topic IDH_202640 This field refers to the port used by the proxy. .topic IDH_202642 In the this field you must enter a valid username for the proxy. .topic IDH_202644 In the this field you must enter a valid password for the proxy. .topic IDH_202653 Select this check box to delete all received test e-mails. This will save disk s pace. .topic IDH_202651 This field defines the maximum number of messages received from the e-mail serve r. .topic IDH_202652 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202654 Click this button to view the messages received. .topic IDH_202655 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202656 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202647 Transfer timeout defines the time in seconds for how long Nemo Outdoor waits dur ing a transfer if there is a break in the data flow. If the transfer does not co ntinue within the defined time, transfer will fail.

.topic IDH_202648 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202660 Enter your input in this field. .topic IDH_202662 Enter your input in this field. .topic IDH_202664 Enter your input in this field. .topic IDH_202666 Enter your input in this field. .topic IDH_202668 Enter your input in this field. .topic IDH_202670 Attachments field displays a list of attachments in the test e-mail. .topic IDH_202671 Click this button to add an attachment to the test e-mail. .topic IDH_202672 Select an item from the Attachments field and click this button to remove the at tachment from the test e-mail. .topic IDH_202674 Click this button to empty the E-Mail Editor and create a new test e-mail. .topic IDH_202675 Click this button to load an existing test e-mail. .topic IDH_202676 Click this button to save the edited e-mail. .topic IDH_202677 Click this button to save the test e-mail with a new name. .topic IDH_202678 Click this button to save the files attached to the test e-mail to a selected lo cation.. .topic IDH_202679 Click this button to close the E-Mail Editor dialog box. .topic IDH_202684 Define here a name for the SMTP server. .topic IDH_202686 Type here the port used by the SMTP server. .topic IDH_202692 In this field you must enter a valid username for the SMTP server. .topic IDH_202694 In this field you must enter a valid password for the SMTP server. .topic IDH_202688

Connection timeout defines the time in seconds for how long Nemo Outdoor waits f or the connection to be established. If a connection is not established within t he defined time, connection attempt will fail. .topic IDH_202689 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202697 This field defines the type of the proxy used in the measurements. Supported typ es are Tunneling, SOCKS4, and SOCKS5. .topic IDH_202699 This field refers to the address of the proxy. .topic IDH_202701 This field refers to the port used by the proxy. .topic IDH_202703 In the this field you must enter a valid username for the proxy. .topic IDH_202705 In the this field you must enter a valid password for the proxy. .topic IDH_202713 Click this button to add an existing test e-mail to the Messages to be sent fiel d. .topic IDH_202715 Click this button to edit the selected message. .topic IDH_202716 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202717 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202712 SMTP Sending Options define the test e-mail messages that will be sent. Click th e Edit button to open the E-Mail Editor where you can type the test message and attach files to the message. .topic IDH_202714 Click this button to remove a test message from the Messages to be sent list. .topic IDH_202708 Transfer timeout defines the time in seconds for how long Nemo Outdoor waits dur ing a transfer if there is a break in the data flow. If the transfer does not co ntinue within the defined time, transfer will fail. .topic IDH_202709 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202725 This field states the friendly name for the network (operator) that Nemo Outdoor measures with the respective test device, for example, Sonera, A1, and DTX. Not e that you should enter the name yourself, as Nemo Outdoor does not recognize th e network that each device is using. The network name is presented in the output files and helps you to recognize which network you have been monitoring. .topic IDH_202726

Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_202729 This field defines the style of the channel. The alternatives vary according to the cellular technology. .topic IDH_202730 Click this button to access the Select Channels dialog. .topic IDH_202731 This field defines the number of samples taken from each channel before a measur ement result is written to file. .topic IDH_202732 This field defines the number of samples taken from each channel before a measur ement result is written to file. .topic IDH_202733 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202734 Select the BSIC Decoding check box to display BSIC values in a measurement graph . .topic IDH_202735 Select the BSIC Decoding check box to display BSIC values in the Scanning Result s graph. Note that the option is available for SAGEM terminals only and the Freq uency Scan mode must be selected. .topic IDH_202737 BSIC Threshold defines the minimum BSIC level that the scanner reports. .topic IDH_202738 Select the BCCH C/I check box to activate C/I measurements for the BCCH channel. This option is available with the DTI GSM scanner only. .topic IDH_202739 Select the BCCH C/I check box to activate C/I measurements for the BCCH channel. This option is available with the DTI GSM scanner only. .topic IDH_202741 Data Mode defines the type of measurement data computed from each sample. Note t hat the available selection depends on the scanner type. .topic IDH_202745 Mode defines the measurement mode. Select call if you are making voice call or d ata transfer measurements. Select frequency scanning if you are making frequency scanning measurements with the mobile. .topic IDH_202747 This field states the friendly name for the network (operator) that Nemo Outdoor measures with the respective test device, for example, Sonera, A1, and DTX. Not e that you should enter the name yourself, as Nemo Outdoor does not recognize th e network that each device is using. The network name is presented in the output files and helps you to recognize which network you have been monitoring. .topic IDH_202748 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_202751

This field defines the style of the channel. The alternatives vary according to the cellular technology. .topic IDH_202752 Click this button to access the Select Channels dialog. .topic IDH_202753 This field defines the number of samples taken from each channel before a measur ement result is written to file. .topic IDH_202754 This field defines the number of samples taken from each channel before a measur ement result is written to file. .topic IDH_202755 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202759 This field defines whether frequency scanning or pilot scanning is used. .topic IDH_202761 This field states the friendly name for the network (operator) that Nemo Outdoor measures with the respective test device, for example, Sonera, A1, and DTX. Not e that you should enter the name yourself, as Nemo Outdoor does not recognize th e network that each device is using. The network name is presented in the output files and helps you to recognize which network you have been monitoring. .topic IDH_202763 RF Band refers to the available radio frequency bands. For WCDMA scanners, the o ptions are IMT-2000 and PCS. .topic IDH_202764 Click this button to access the Advanced Properties dialog box. In the Advanced Properties you can enable and disable various measurement options. The selection depends on the measurement device used. .topic IDH_202767 This field defines the style of the channel. The alternatives vary according to the cellular technology. .topic IDH_202768 Click this button to access the Channel Configuration dialog. .topic IDH_202771 Defines the time in milliseconds for which the scanner measures and then reports the result. The result reported is calculated according to settings defined in the Channel Configuration dialog box. .topic IDH_202774 Define here the number of the mobile where you are sending the test messages. En ter the number without spaces and with the international country code; for examp le, +3581234567 .topic IDH_202776 Define here the message center number of the mobile from where the messages are sent. The number is found from the test mobile SMS settings. .topic IDH_202778 Define here the time in seconds after which the SMS sending attempt is terminate d.

.topic IDH_202779 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202783 Type here the test SMS. .topic IDH_202784 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202785 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202788 In the Presentation tab you can define the format in which various parameter val ues are presented. .topic IDH_202794 Mode defines the measurement mode. Select call if you are making voice call or d ata transfer measurements. Select frequency scanning if you are making frequency scanning measurements with the mobile. .topic IDH_202795 By clicking the Channel Configuration button, you can access the Select Channels dialog box. Note that the button is activated only if you select frequency scan ning mode. The Select Channels dialog box provides a list of channels that are a vailable for scanning. .topic IDH_202796 Select the BSIC Decoding check box to display BSIC values in a measurement windo w. Note that the option is available for SAGEM terminals only and the Frequency Scan mode must be selected. .topic IDH_202797 Select the BSIC Decoding check box to display BSIC values in a measurement windo w. Note that the option is available for SAGEM terminals only and the Frequency Scan mode must be selected. .topic IDH_202799 Network Name field can be used for stating the friendly name for the network (op erator) that Nemo Outdoor measures with the respective test mobile, for example, Sonera, A1, and DTX. Note that you should enter the name yourself, as Nemo Outd oor does not recognize the network that each mobile is using. The network name i s presented in the output files and helps you to recognize which network you hav e been monitoring. .topic IDH_202801 BTS File defines the base station file that will be displayed on the map. If you have a GPS receiver connected to the system, you can view the measurement vehic le on the map and a line will be drawn from the measurement vehicle to the activ e base station. Click the button to browse for a BTS file (.nbf). .topic IDH_202802 BTS File defines the base station file that will be displayed on the map. If you have a GPS receiver connected to the system, you can view the measurement vehic le on the map and a line will be drawn from the measurement vehicle to the activ e base station. Click the button to browse for a BTS file (.nbf). .topic IDH_202803 By clicking the Advanced button, you will access the Advanced Properties dialog

box. Here you can enable and disable various measurement options. The selection depends on the measurement device used. .topic IDH_202807 Voice Number defines the phone number to which voice calls will be made. This nu mber is used in voice call measurements. Click the Properties button and the Voi ce Call Properties dialog box will be opened. .topic IDH_202808 Voice Number defines the phone number to which voice calls will be made. This nu mber is used in voice call measurements. Click the Properties button and the Voi ce Call Properties dialog box will be opened. .topic IDH_202810 Data Number defines the phone number to which data calls will be made. This numb er is used in circuit-switched data call measurements. Click the Properties butt on and the Data Call Properties dialog box will be opened. .topic IDH_202811 Data Number defines the phone number to which data calls will be made. This numb er is used in circuit-switched data call measurements. Click the Properties butt on and the Data Call Properties dialog box will be opened. .topic IDH_202813 Video Number defines the phone number to which video calls will be made. Click t he Properties button and the Video Call Properties dialog box is opened. .topic IDH_202814 Video Number defines the phone number to which video calls will be made. Click t he Properties button and the Video Call Properties dialog box is opened. .topic IDH_202815 PDP Context Properties/Packet Call Properties button opens the PDP Context Setti ngs dialog box (for GPRS, EGPRS, UMTS) or Packet Call Settings dialog box (for C DMA2000). .topic IDH_202816 PDP Context Properties/Packet Call Properties button opens the PDP Context Setti ngs dialog box (for GPRS, EGPRS, UMTS) or Packet Call Settings dialog box (for C DMA2000). .topic IDH_202819 Data Protocol defines what data protocol is used to perform data transfers. .topic IDH_202820 Data Protocol defines whether Nemo Protocol (Packet Data Tester), FTP, HTTP, POP 3, or SMTP is used to perform data transfers. .topic IDH_202821 ICMP Ping Properties button opens the Ping Settings dialog box. .topic IDH_202822 ICMP Ping Properties button opens the Ping Settings dialog box. .topic IDH_202823 ICMP Ping Properties button opens the Ping Settings dialog box. .topic IDH_202827 SMS Testing Properties opens the SMS Testing dialog box for defining SMS testing related settings.

.topic IDH_202828 SMS Testing Properties opens the SMS Testing dialog box. .topic IDH_202829 SMS Testing Properties opens the SMS Testing dialog box for defining SMS testing related settings. .topic IDH_202830 MMS Testing Properties opens the PDP Context Settings dialog box for MMS testing . .topic IDH_202831 MMS Testing Properties opens the PDP Context Settings dialog box for MMS testing related settings. .topic IDH_202824 POC Testing Properties button opens the POC Session Properties dialog box. .topic IDH_202825 POC Testing Properties button opens the POC Session Properties dialog box. .topic IDH_202826 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_202833 The table displays a list of notifications that can be activated for the selecte d device. Select the notification from the list and select how you would like to be notified. The Notification Properties button will open the Notification Conf iguration dialog box where you can edit the notification settings. .topic IDH_202834 The table displays a list of notifications that can be activated for the selecte d device. Select the notification from the list and select how you would like to be notified. The Notification Properties button will open the Notification Conf iguration dialog box where you can edit the notification settings. .topic IDH_202835 By clicking the Select All and Clear All buttons, you can select and clear all i tems in the Select Notifications list. .topic IDH_202836 By clicking the Select All and Clear All buttons, you can select and clear all i tems in the Select Notifications list. .topic IDH_202841 In the Script File field, browse the script file that you want to use. There are some premade script files available but you can also create your own in the Scr ipt Editor. .topic IDH_202842 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_202843 Click this button to access the Script Editor. .topic IDH_202847 MMSC Address defines the MMS Service Center address. This setting is operator-sp ecific.

.topic IDH_202849 WAP Gateway Host refers to the WAP gateway host. This setting is operator-specif ic. .topic IDH_202851 WAP Gateway Port refers to the port used by the WAP gateway. This setting is ope rator-specific. .topic IDH_202853 Connection timeout defines the time in seconds for how long Nemo Outdoor waits f or the connection to be established. If a connection is not established within t he defined time, connection attempt will fail. .topic IDH_202854 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202861 MMS Message refers to the test MMS message used in the measurement. .topic IDH_202862 Message to be sent refers to the test MMS message used in the measurement. .topic IDH_202863 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_202864 Message Editor button opens the MMS Editor dialog box for editing and creating M MS messages. .topic IDH_202858 Transfer timeout defines the time in seconds for how long Nemo Outdoor waits dur ing a transfer if there is a break in the data flow. If the transfer does not co ntinue within the defined time, transfer will fail. .topic IDH_202859 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202866 You can view the existing custom windows sorted by Type (graph, grid, map, indoo r view) or by Technology (AMPS, CDMA, TDMA, GSM, UMTS, etc.). Select the custom window you would like to open from the table on the right and click Open. .topic IDH_202867 Choose an item from the list. .topic IDH_202869 Click this button to open the selected custom window. .topic IDH_202870 Click this button to exit this dialog box without opening a window. .topic IDH_202871 Click this button to rename the selected custom window. .topic IDH_202872 Click this button to delete the selected custom window. .topic IDH_202877 WAP Gateway Host defines a name or an IP address for the WAP gateway. Note that if you have multiple simultaneous data connections, each connection must have it

s own IP address. .topic IDH_202879 WAP Gateway Port refers to the port used by the WAP gateway. .topic IDH_202881 Connection timeout defines the time in seconds for how long Nemo Outdoor waits f or the connection to be established. If a connection is not established within t he defined time, connection attempt will fail. .topic IDH_202882 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202890 Enter your input in this field.URL defines the IP address of the test file that will be downloaded. For example, http://www.yourcompany.com/testfile.htm. Only o ne file will be downloaded at a time. Note that if you have multiple simultaneou s data connections, you must define a different URL from different servers for e ach of them. To make consecutive downloads, create a script with several WAP tra nsfers. .topic IDH_202892 Local File defines the output file and location for WAP testing. The default loc ation for these files is defined in the UI Properties dialog box, Paths tab. Not e that if you have multiple simultaneous data connections and the direction is s et to receive for all of them, you must define a different local file for each c onnection. Otherwise the different data connections will try to write in the sam e file. .topic IDH_202893 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_202894 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202895 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202886 Transfer timeout defines the time in seconds for how long Nemo Outdoor waits dur ing a transfer if there is a break in the data flow. If the transfer does not co ntinue within the defined time, transfer will fail. .topic IDH_202887 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202899 All the settings in this dialog box are operator-specific. Please check with you r service provider for the correct settings. .topic IDH_202901 All the settings in this dialog box are operator-specific. Please check with you r service provider for the correct settings. .topic IDH_202903 All the settings in this dialog box are operator-specific. Please check with you r service provider for the correct settings. .topic IDH_202906 All the settings in this dialog box are operator-specific. Please check with you

r service provider for the correct settings. .topic IDH_202908 All the settings in this dialog box are operator-specific. Please check with you r service provider for the correct settings. .topic IDH_202910 All the settings in this dialog box are operator-specific. Please check with you r service provider for the correct settings. .topic IDH_202912 All the settings in this dialog box are operator-specific. Please check with you r service provider for the correct settings. .topic IDH_202914 All the settings in this dialog box are operator-specific. Please check with you r service provider for the correct settings. .topic IDH_202916 All the settings in this dialog box are operator-specific. Please check with you r service provider for the correct settings. .topic IDH_202918 All the settings in this dialog box are operator-specific. Please check with you r service provider for the correct settings. .topic IDH_202920 All the settings in this dialog box are operator-specific. Please check with you r service provider for the correct settings. .topic IDH_202921 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202922 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202926 Number defines the number to be called. It must be a valid phone number. The nu mber must be such that the line stays open for a user-defined time and some spee ch or sound is transferred on the line. The Number field can contain up to 17 ch aracters. .topic IDH_202928 Call Type defines what kind of calls will be made. There are four different opti ons in TETRA networks: duplex, semiduplex, direct, and group. .topic IDH_202930 Call Duration determines the time that the call lasts in seconds. The duration t imer is started from the channel assignment. The range of duration values is fro m 1 to 1,000,000 seconds. Note that the maximum value of this parameter is the s ame as the value you have set as the Delay Between Call Attempts parameter. .topic IDH_202931 Enter your input in this field. .topic IDH_202932 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202934 Call Attempt Timeout value determines the maximum duration of the call attempt.

If the call attempt timeout value is exceeded before the cellular system has ass igned a traffic channel, the call attempt will be stopped and the attempt will b e marked as a failure. The range of the Call Attempt Timeout values is from 5 to 60 seconds. The value is recommended to be at least 10 seconds. .topic IDH_202935 Enter your input in this field. .topic IDH_202936 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202939 Click this button to add new user parameters. .topic IDH_202940 Click this button to edit existing user parameters. .topic IDH_202941 Click this button to remove user parameters. .topic IDH_202942 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202947 URL defines the IP address of the video file that will be streamed. For example, rtsp:// yourcompany.com/testfile.rm. Only one file will be downloaded at a time . Note that if you have multiple simultaneous data connections, you must define a different URL from different servers for each of them. To make consecutive dow nloads, create a script with several RTSP transfers. See page 104 for instructio ns on making scripts. .topic IDH_202949 Connection timeout defines the time in seconds for how long Nemo Outdoor waits f or the connection to be established. If a connection is not established within t he defined time, connection attempt will fail. .topic IDH_202950 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_202961 Select the Save sample file check box and type a name in the Local file field to save the video clip used in the measurement. .topic IDH_202962 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_202963 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202964 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202953 Transfer timeout defines the time in seconds for how long Nemo Outdoor waits dur ing a transfer if there is a break in the data flow. If the transfer does not co ntinue within the defined time, transfer will fail. .topic IDH_202954 Use the arrows to select your preferred value.

.topic IDH_202956 Select the Display video stream check box if you would like to view the test cli p during the streaming. .topic IDH_202959 Select the Save sample file check box and type a name in the Local file field to save the video clip used in the measurement. .topic IDH_202958 Select the Streaming quality check box to activate streaming video quality measu rements. .topic IDH_202967 Scheduled measurements displays a list of measurements that will be run when the measurement list is started. Each measurement will be recorded in its own file. .topic IDH_202970 Filename defines the filename format. The default format is %y%b%d %H%M%S (yearmonth-day hours-minutes-seconds, e.g., 06May31 165246) but you can use any combi nation of the items below. For example, "%y%b%d_%n means that the filename looke s as follows: 06May31_1. The last number (%n) is the sequence number for measure ment files recorded that day. %a Abbreviated weekday name %A Full weekday name %b Abbreviated month name %B Full month name %d Day of month as decimal number (01 - 31) %H Hour in 24-hour format (00 - 23) %I Hour in 12-hour format (01 - 12) %j Day of year as decimal number (001 - 366) %m Month as decimal number (01 - 12) %M Minute as decimal number (00 - 59) %n Sequence number (1 - ) %N Sequence number (1 - ) %p Current locale's A.M./P.M. indicator for 12-hour clock %S Second as decimal number (00 - 59) %U Week of year as decimal number, with Sunday as first day of week (00 - 5 3) %w Weekday as decimal number (0 - 6; Sunday is 0) %W Week of year as decimal number, with Monday as first day of week (00 - 5 3) %y Year without century, as decimal number (00 - 99) %Y Year with century, as decimal number %z Either the time zone name or time zone abbreviation, depending on regist ry settings; no characters if time zone is unknown %Z Either the time zone name or time zone abbreviation, depending on regist ry settings; no characters if time zone is unknown .topic IDH_202971 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_202973 Select the When all scripts are completed option to finish the measurement list once all scripts have finished running. .topic IDH_202974 Select the After recording duration option to finish the measurement list after recording has been going on for a certain period of time. Define the time in hou

rs and minutes (hh:mm). .topic IDH_202975 Select the At measurement size option to finish the measurement list when the to tal size of the measurement files reaches a certain limit. Define the size in ki lobits (KB). .topic IDH_202976 Select the After recording duration option to finish the measurement list after recording has been going on for a certain period of time. Define the time in hou rs and minutes (hh:mm). .topic IDH_202978 Select the At measurement size option to finish the measurement list when the to tal size of the measurement files reaches a certain limit. Define the size in ki lobits (KB). .topic IDH_202981 Devices table displays a list of devices connected to Nemo Outdoor. .topic IDH_202983 Script file defines the script file used in the measurement. Click the Script Ed itor button to edit the selected script. .topic IDH_202984 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_202985 Properties opens the Measurement Properties - Script dialog. .topic IDH_202986 Click the Script Editor button to edit the selected script. .topic IDH_202987 Click Add New to add new measurements to the list. .topic IDH_202988 Click Remove to delete selected measurements from the list. .topic IDH_202989 Click this button to start the measurement list. .topic IDH_202990 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_202994 Title defines a name for the notification. .topic IDH_202996 Notify when these criteria are met table displays the criteria for the selected notification. .topic IDH_202998 Click the Field button and select the parameter that you want to use in the noti fication. Then define the Condition and Value for the selected parameter. Finall y click Add to list to add the new criteria for the notification. You can add se veral criteria for each notification. Finally click OK and the notification is s aved and added in the Notifications dialog where you can attach sound and bitmap files to the notification.

.topic IDH_203004 Click Add to list to add the new criteria for the notification. .topic IDH_203005 Click Remove to remove a criteria from the notification. .topic IDH_202999 Enter your input in this field. .topic IDH_203001 Click the Field button and select the parameter that you want to use in the noti fication. Then define the Condition and Value for the selected parameter. Finall y click Add to list to add the new criteria for the notification. You can add se veral criteria for each notification. Finally click OK and the notification is s aved and added in the Notifications dialog where you can attach sound and bitmap files to the notification. .topic IDH_203003 Click the Field button and select the parameter that you want to use in the noti fication. Then define the Condition and Value for the selected parameter. Finall y click Add to list to add the new criteria for the notification. You can add se veral criteria for each notification. Finally click OK and the notification is s aved and added in the Notifications dialog where you can attach sound and bitmap files to the notification. .topic IDH_203006 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203007 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_202997 Select the Notify only once when criteria are met option when you want be notifi ed about certain events only once. .topic IDH_203012 The table displays all existing notifications. From the table you can see the no tification title and the selected sound and bitmap file for each notification. A ctivate a sound and/or bitmap file for a notification by selecting and clearing the check boxes in the list. .topic IDH_203014 Sound file defines an audio file for the selected notification. Browse a sound f ile in the field or use the default file. Use the Play button to listen to the f ile. If you want to attach your own sound files (.wav) to the notifications, you should create the sound files and add them in the folder C:\Nemo Tools\Nemo Sha red Files\Sounds. .topic IDH_203015 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203016 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203018 Bitmap file defines a graphical notification for the selected notification. Brow se a bitmap file in the field or use the default file. The button will display a preview of the selected image. If you want to attach your own bitmaps to the no tifications, you should create the files and add them in the folder C:\Nemo Tool s\ Nemo Shared Files \Images.

.topic IDH_203019 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203022 Click this button to make new notifications. .topic IDH_203023 Click this button to delete the selected notification. .topic IDH_203024 Click this button to edit the selected notification. .topic IDH_203025 Click this button to exit the dialog. .topic IDH_203553 The Channel field defines the channel that you want to test. .topic IDH_203555 Timeslots used by BCCH refers to the timeslots that are used for system messagin g and therefore cannot be accessed with mobiles. The selected timeslots will be left out of the test. .topic IDH_203556 Timeslots used by BCCH refers to the timeslots that are used for system messagin g and therefore cannot be accessed with mobiles. The selected timeslots will be left out of the test. .topic IDH_203557 Timeslots used by BCCH refers to the timeslots that are used for system messagin g and therefore cannot be accessed with mobiles. The selected timeslots will be left out of the test. .topic IDH_203558 Timeslots used by BCCH refers to the timeslots that are used for system messagin g and therefore cannot be accessed with mobiles. The selected timeslots will be left out of the test. .topic IDH_203559 Timeslots used by BCCH refers to the timeslots that are used for system messagin g and therefore cannot be accessed with mobiles. The selected timeslots will be left out of the test. .topic IDH_203560 Timeslots used by BCCH refers to the timeslots that are used for system messagin g and therefore cannot be accessed with mobiles. The selected timeslots will be left out of the test. .topic IDH_203561 Timeslots used by BCCH refers to the timeslots that are used for system messagin g and therefore cannot be accessed with mobiles. The selected timeslots will be left out of the test. .topic IDH_203562 Timeslots used by BCCH refers to the timeslots that are used for system messagin g and therefore cannot be accessed with mobiles. The selected timeslots will be left out of the test. .topic IDH_203565

Defines the number of TCH channels to be tested from the selected BCCH. .topic IDH_203568 If you know what the TCH numbers are for the selected BCCH, you can enter them i n the List of TCH Channels field. Just activate the radio button, click the Sele ct button, and select the TCHs from the list. .topic IDH_203566 Defines the number of TCH channels to be tested from the selected BCCH. .topic IDH_203567 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203569 If you know what the TCH numbers are for the selected BCCH, you can enter them i n the List of TCH Channels field. Just activate the radio button, click the Sele ct button, and select the TCHs from the list. .topic IDH_203570 If you know what the TCH numbers are for the selected BCCH, you can enter them i n the List of TCH Channels field. Just activate the radio button, click the Sele ct button, and select the TCHs from the list. .topic IDH_203573 Enter a valid phone number that can be used to perfom the timeslot test in this field. .topic IDH_203574 Defines the length of the timeslot test. Set a number of calls after which the t est will be terminated even if the test is not complete. .topic IDH_203575 Select this option to keep the test going until all the timeslots have been test ed. Note, if you select this option, the timeslot test may continue indefinitely . Click the Stop button to interrupt the timeslot test. .topic IDH_203576 Defines the length of the timeslot test. Set a number of calls after which the t est will be terminated even if the test is not complete. .topic IDH_203577 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203580 Click this button to start the timeslot test. .topic IDH_203581 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203579 Report File defines the name and location of a report file (.tst) created after the timeslot test. The file contains statistics from the timeslot test and it ca n be viewed with a text editor; e.g., MS Notepad. .topic IDH_203582 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203584 Click this button to return to the Timeslot Test Configuration dialog box.

.topic IDH_203585 Click this button to stop the timeslot test. .topic IDH_203586 Click this button to exit this dialog. .topic IDH_203587 From this table you can observe the progress of the timeslot test. In the table you can see a list of all the TCHs of the selected channel and their timeslots. The ones colored green have already been tested. There is a darker frame around the timeslot that was accessed during the previous call. .topic IDH_203589 In the Status field you can see the current status of your test mobile. .topic IDH_203591 The Number of Calls Made field tells how many calls have been made so far during the current timeslot test. .topic IDH_203813 Displays the name of the current device. If you have several devices connected t o Nemo Outdoor, you can select the device from this listbox. .topic IDH_203814 Check the parameters that you would like to view in the graph window. Uncheck th e parameters that you would like to be removed. .topic IDH_203815 Click this button to deselect all parameters. .topic IDH_203816 Click this button to select all parameters. .topic IDH_203817 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203818 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203824 Defines the top value of the scale used in the graph for the selected parameter. .topic IDH_203825 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203827 Defines the bottom value of the scale used in the graph for the selected paramet er. .topic IDH_203828 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203830 Defines the top threshold limit which defines the color of the graph line. In ot her words, you can define in which color the graph will be drawn if it goes abov e the defined limit. .topic IDH_203832 Defines the top threshold limit which defines the color of the graph line. In ot her words, you can define in which color the graph will be drawn if it goes abov

e the defined limit. .topic IDH_203833 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203834 Defines in which color the graph will be drawn if it goes above the top threshol d limit. .topic IDH_203835 Defines the bottom threshold limit which defines the color of the graph line. In other words, you can define in which color the graph will be drawn if it goes b elow the defined limit. .topic IDH_203837 Defines the bottom threshold limit which defines the color of the graph line. In other words, you can define in which color the graph will be drawn if it goes b elow the defined limit. .topic IDH_203838 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203839 Defines in which color the graph will be drawn if it goes below the bottom thres hold limit. .topic IDH_203843 Defines the top value of the X scale used in the graph for the selected paramete r. .topic IDH_203844 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203846 Defines the bottom value of the X scale used in the graph for the selected param eter. .topic IDH_203847 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203850 Defines the top value of the Y scale used in the graph for the selected paramete r. .topic IDH_203851 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203853 Defines the bottom value of the Y scale used in the graph for the selected param eter. .topic IDH_203854 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203856 Select an item from this list and click Remove to delete a layer from the graph window. .topic IDH_203857 Click this button to add a new layer to the graph window.

.topic IDH_203858 Select an item from the list and click this button to delete the selected layer from the graph window. .topic IDH_203859 Select a layer from the list and click this button to edit the selected layer. .topic IDH_203860 Click this button to access the Parameters dialog box where you can add and remo ve parameters from the selected layer. .topic IDH_203864 Displays a name for the current measurement device. .topic IDH_203866 X: list box defines the parameter for the X axis. The X field is activated when you select a scatter plot window so that you can select different parameters for both axes. .topic IDH_203868 Y: list box defines the parameter that is displayed in the graph .topic IDH_203879 Defines the line color for the current device. .topic IDH_203883 Select the Thick when high band check box and the graph line will be drawn thick er when the test mobile is using the 1800 MHz network. .topic IDH_203870 Type defines the line type; in other words, whether the line is drawn as a conti nuous line, as a dotted line, or as a discreet line. .topic IDH_203885 Highlight Color option defines a color for channels with a valid BSIC. .topic IDH_203876 If you would like to use averaging in drawing the graphs, check the Trend Line c heckbox and select from the Number of Previous Values field how many values will be included in the average value. .topic IDH_203877 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203873 If you would like to use averaging in drawing the graphs, select the Trend Line check box and select from the Number of Previous Values field how many values wi ll be included in the average value. .topic IDH_203875 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203881 Line Width defines the graph line thickness in pixels. .topic IDH_203882 Line Width defines the graph line thickness in pixels. .topic IDH_203880

Line Width defines the graph line thickness in pixels. .topic IDH_203872 The Averaging option defines how values are displayed in a line graph. If Averaging is set to Off, all individual values are displayed. If you select Sample based, an average value is calculated for a defined set of values. Define the number of values to be averaged in the Window Size field. If you select Time based, an average value is calculated over a defined period o f time. Define the time in milliseconds in the Window Size field. .topic IDH_203891 Defines the background color for the graph window. .topic IDH_203893 The Layer Drawing option can be used to choose either layered or stacked mode. .topic IDH_203895 Defines the color for the grid in the graph window. .topic IDH_203896 Defines whether a grid will be drawn in the graph window. .topic IDH_203897 Defines whether automatic scrolling will be used in the graph window. .topic IDH_203900 In the Left Scale and Right Scale fields you define different scales for the lef t and right x scale. This is especially useful if you have two layers open and t hey both have different scales. This option is enabled only in Layered mode. .topic IDH_203901 In the Left Scale and Right Scale fields you define different scales for the lef t and right x scale. This is especially useful if you have two layers open and t hey both have different scales. This option is enabled only in Layered mode. .topic IDH_203781 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203783 Select a device for each parameter that you would like to view in the graph wind ow. .topic IDH_203782 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203912 Type a name for the current window and click OK. You can find this custom window later on from the Configuration Manager dialog under the User Interface, Custom Windows item or through the Data menu. .topic IDH_203913 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203914 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203935 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203936

Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203925 Choose an item from the list. .topic IDH_203929 Choose an item from the list. .topic IDH_203926 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203927 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203930 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203931 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203933 Enter your input in this field. .topic IDH_203934 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203939 The Frequency Channels table provides a list of channels that have been selected for scanning. Click the Select button to reselect the channel(s). .topic IDH_203940 Click this button to reselect the channel(s). .topic IDH_203944 Number of SCs field defines how many scrambling codes are reported by scanner in TOP-N mode. .topic IDH_203945 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203947 Click this button to reselect the scrambling code(s). .topic IDH_203949 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203950 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203943 TOP-N Mode check box enables/disables TOP-N scrambling code scanning. If enabled , scanner will report results from N best scrambling codes. Number of SCs field defines how many scrambling codes are reported by scanner in TOP-N mode. .topic IDH_203941 The Scrambling Codes table provides a list of scrambling codes for the selected channels that have been selected for scanning. Click the Select button to resele ct the scrambling code(s). .topic IDH_203942

TOP-N Mode check box enables/disables TOP-N scrambling code scanning. If enabled , scanner will report results from N best scrambling codes. Number of SCs field defines how many scrambling codes are reported by scanner in TOP-N mode. .topic IDH_203946 The Scrambling Codes table provides a list of scrambling codes for the selected channels that have been selected for scanning. Click the Select button to resele ct the scrambling code(s). .topic IDH_203952 Choose an item from the list. .topic IDH_203955 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203956 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203953 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203954 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203791 Select a color for the graph line. .topic IDH_203792 Select a color for the graph line. .topic IDH_203793 Select a color for the graph line. .topic IDH_203794 Select a color for the graph line. .topic IDH_203795 Select a color for the graph line. .topic IDH_203796 Select a color for the graph line. .topic IDH_203797 Select a color for the graph line. .topic IDH_203798 Select a color for the graph line. .topic IDH_203799 Select a color for the graph line. .topic IDH_203800 Select a color for the graph line. .topic IDH_203801 Select a color for the graph line. .topic IDH_203802 Select a color for the graph line.

.topic IDH_203803 Select a color for the graph line. .topic IDH_203804 Select a color for the graph line. .topic IDH_203805 Select a color for the graph line. .topic IDH_203806 Select a color for the graph line. .topic IDH_203807 Select a color for the graph line. .topic IDH_203808 Select a color for the graph line. .topic IDH_203809 Select a color for the graph line. .topic IDH_203811 Click this button to access more colors. .topic IDH_204096 Displays the current measurement device. .topic IDH_204097 Check this option if you would like new devices to be added automatically in the grid window. .topic IDH_204099 Select or deselect the columns that you would like to view in the grid table. .topic IDH_204107 Click this button to define filter rules and colors. .topic IDH_204108 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_204109 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_204100 Use the arrow buttons to change the order of parameter rows. .topic IDH_204101 Use the arrow buttons to change the order of parameter rows. .topic IDH_204102 Use the arrow buttons to change the order of parameter rows. .topic IDH_204103 Use the arrow buttons to change the order of parameter rows. .topic IDH_204104 Click this button to select all columns. .topic IDH_204105 Click this button to deselect all columns.

.topic IDH_204123 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_204124 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_204114 Select an event that you would like to be highlighted in the grid. Define the Te xt Color and the Background Color for the selected event. .topic IDH_204115 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_204117 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_204121 Select an event that you would like to be highlighted in the grid. Define the Te xt Color and the Background Color for the selected event. .topic IDH_204116 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_204119 Select an event that you would like to be highlighted in the grid. Define the Te xt Color and the Background Color for the selected event. .topic IDH_204122 Select an event from the table above and click this button to restore the defaul t colors for the selected event. .topic IDH_204130 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_204131 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_204126 Select this option and type in the message name that you would like to highlight . Click OK and select a color. Note that the text must be typed exactly as it ap pears in the message name. .topic IDH_204127 Select this option and type in the subchannel name that you would like to highli ght. Click OK and select a color. Note that the text must be typed exactly as it appears in the subchannel name. .topic IDH_204129 First select the appropriate option from the two radio buttons. Type in the mess age name or the subchannel name that you would like to highlight. Click OK and s elect a color. .topic IDH_204128 Select this option and type in the decoded message text that you would like to h ighlight. Click OK and select a color. Note that the text must be typed exactly as it appears in the UI. .topic IDH_204134 Select Message if you would like to filter messages based on the Message name.

.topic IDH_204135 Select Subchannel if you would like to filter messages based on the Subchannel t ype. .topic IDH_204138 Select this option if you would like to show the events with the specified filte r text. Then type the filter text in the field and click OK. .topic IDH_204139 Select this option if you would like to hide the events with the specified filte r text. Then type the filter text in the field and click OK. .topic IDH_204140 Select if you would like to Show the events with the specified filter text or to Hide them. Then type the filter text in the field and click OK. .topic IDH_204142 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_204143 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_204136 Select Decoded text if you would like to filter messages based on the decoded me ssage. .topic IDH_204146 Displays a list of existing grid filter rules. .topic IDH_204147 Select the Show all lines option to display all events in the grid window as def ault. .topic IDH_204148 Select the Hide all lines option to hide all events in the grid window as defaul t. .topic IDH_204149 Click this button to open the Edit Filter Rule dialog box and to create a new fi lter rule. .topic IDH_204150 Select a filter rule from the table and click this button to delete the selected rule. .topic IDH_204151 Select a filter rule from the table and click this button to open the Edit Filte r Rule dialog box and to edit the selected rule. .topic IDH_204153 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_204154 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_204152 Click this button to delete all filter rules from the current grid view. .topic IDH_204165

Click this button to go to next search result. .topic IDH_204166 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_204158 Type in the Search String field what you are looking for. .topic IDH_204159 Select this option if the search results should match case. .topic IDH_204160 Select this option if the search should be applied to whole words only. .topic IDH_204161 Select this option to limit the search to decoded messages only. The matches are highlighted in the grid one by one. .topic IDH_204163 Select the direction of the search. .topic IDH_204164 Select your preferred option. .topic IDH_203270 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203271 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203274 Defines the device that is being viewed on the map. .topic IDH_203276 Click this button to define some MapX specific properties. .topic IDH_203277 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203278 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203280 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203281 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_203282 Choose an item from the list. .topic IDH_203283 Choose an item from the list. .topic IDH_203286 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_203287 Click this button to make your choice.

.topic IDH_203289 If you select the Draw thicker line when using high band check box, the route wi ll be drawn thicker when the device is using the 1800/1900 band. .topic IDH_203291 Line thickness defines the thickness of the route in pixels. .topic IDH_203292 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203293 If you would like to use averaging in drawing the route, select the Trend line c heck box and select from the Number of previous values field how many values wil l be included in the average value. .topic IDH_203295 If you would like to use averaging in drawing the route, select the Trend line c heck box and select from the Number of previous values field how many values wil l be included in the average value. .topic IDH_203296 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203297 Use default color defines a single color for the measurement route. The entire r oute is drawn with the same color. .topic IDH_203299 If you would like to colorize the route based on parameter values, select the Us e color set option. .topic IDH_203301 Select the Parameter for which you would like to define colors. .topic IDH_203302 If you are measuring with a scanner, select the channels/pilots displayed by cli cking the Select Channels/Select Pilots button. .topic IDH_203304 Select a color set in the Color set field. The color set must match the selected parameter. .topic IDH_203305 Click the Edit Color Set button to access the Color Set Editor dialog. .topic IDH_203307 Route correction allows you to move the route on the map in x and y directions. .topic IDH_203308 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203310 Route correction allows you to move the route on the map in x and y directions. .topic IDH_203311 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203317 Enter your input in this field.

.topic IDH_203318 BTS File refers to the BTS file that is used in connection with the map. The BTS file is selected in the Measurement Properties - General dialog. You can also s elect the BTS file through the Map Properties dialog but the selection is not sa ved anywhere. .topic IDH_203319 Select the Draw base station icons check box to display base station icons on th e map. Define also the Size and Color of the BTS icons. Note that you define a d ifferent color for active system base stations and for other base stations. .topic IDH_203321 Select the Draw base station icons check box to display base station icons on th e map. Define also the Size and Color of the BTS icons. Note that you define a d ifferent color for active system base stations and for other base stations. .topic IDH_203322 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203324 Select the Draw base station icons check box to display base station icons on th e map. Define also the Size and Color of the BTS icons. Note that you define a d ifferent color for active system base stations and for other base stations. .topic IDH_203325 If you have a BTS file that contains base stations from several systems (e.g., U MTS and GSM), select the Draw only active system base stations check box to disp lay only base stations from the active system, in other words, the system in whi ch the test device is currently. The other base stations are hidden. Define also the color of the BTS icons. .topic IDH_203327 Select the Draw base station icons check box to display base station icons on th e map. Define also the Size and Color of the BTS icons. Note that you define a d ifferent color for active system base stations and for other base stations. .topic IDH_203328 Select the Show Cell Information check box to display base stations along with channel numbers and cell IDs. .topic IDH_203330 Define the text color for the selected cell information. .topic IDH_203331 Select the Show Site Names check box to display the name of each base station ne xt to the base station icon. .topic IDH_203333 Define the background color for the selected cell information. .topic IDH_203334 Select the Show Active Cell Information check box to display active base statio ns along with channel numbers and cell IDs. .topic IDH_203335 Select the Draw line to active base station check box to draw a line from the se rving BTS to the test vehicle. Define also the line Thickness and Color. .topic IDH_203337 Select the Draw line to active base station check box to draw a line from the se

rving BTS to the test vehicle. Define also the line Thickness and Color. .topic IDH_203338 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203340 Select the Draw line to active base station check box to draw a line from the se rving BTS to the test vehicle. Define also the line Thickness and Color. .topic IDH_203341 Select the Draw lines to neighbor cell(s) check box to draw a line from the neig hboring cells to the test vehicle. Define also the line Thickness and Color. .topic IDH_203343 Select the Draw lines to neighbor cell(s) check box to draw a line from the neig hboring cells to the test vehicle. Define also the line Thickness and Color. .topic IDH_203344 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203346 Select the Draw lines to neighbor cell(s) check box to draw a line from the neig hboring cells to the test vehicle. Define also the line Thickness and Color. .topic IDH_203348 With the X and Y offset values you can move the icons on the map in x and y dire ctions. .topic IDH_203349 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203351 With the X and Y offset values you can move the icons on the map in x and y dire ctions. .topic IDH_203352 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203354 Define here the notification icon size in pixels. .topic IDH_203355 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_203356 Select the Show notifications check box to view notification icons on the map. .topic IDH_204360 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_204361 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_204363 Select here the device that is being viewed on the map .topic IDH_204366 Notification Icon Properties allows you to move the icons on the map in x and y directions. You can also define the notification icon size in pixels.

.topic IDH_204367 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_204369 Notification Icon Properties allows you to move the icons on the map in x and y directions. You can also define the notification icon size in pixels. .topic IDH_204370 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_204372 Notification Icon Properties allows you to move the icons on the map in x and y directions. You can also define the notification icon size in pixels. .topic IDH_204373 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_204376 Thickness defines the thickness of the route in pixels. .topic IDH_204377 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_204378 If you would like to use averaging in drawing the route, select the Trend Line c heck box and select from the Number of Previous Values field how many values wil l be included in the average value. .topic IDH_204380 If you would like to use averaging in drawing the route, select the Trend Line c heck box and select from the Number of Previous Values field how many values wil l be included in the average value. .topic IDH_204381 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_204382 Use Default Color defines a single color for the measurement route. The entire r oute is drawn with the same color. .topic IDH_204383 If you would like to colorize the route based on parameter values, select the Us e Color Set button. First, select the Parameter for which you would like to defi ne colors. Then select a matching color set in the Color Set field. .topic IDH_204385 Use Default Color defines a single color for the measurement route. The entire r oute is drawn with the same color. .topic IDH_204387 If you would like to colorize the route based on parameter values, select the Us e Color Set button. First, select the Parameter for which you would like to defi ne colors. Then select a matching color set in the Color Set field. .topic IDH_204388 Click this button to select channels that will be scanned. .topic IDH_204390 If you would like to colorize the route based on parameter values, select the Us e Color Set button. First, select the Parameter for which you would like to defi

ne colors. Then select a matching color set in the Color Set field. .topic IDH_204391 Click the Edit Color Set button to access the Color Set Editor dialog. .topic IDH_204392 Click the MapX Properties button to define some MapX specific properties. .topic IDH_204394 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_204395 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_204396 Select this option to define the map dimensions in meters. .topic IDH_204397 Select this option to define the map coordinates. .topic IDH_204398 Define here the map width in meters. .topic IDH_204399 Define here the map height in meters. .topic IDH_204400 Define here the latitude in degrees for the upper left corner of the map. .topic IDH_204401 Define here the longitude in degrees for the upper left corner of the map. .topic IDH_204402 Define here the latitude in degrees for the lower right corner of the map. .topic IDH_204403 Define here the longitude in degrees for the lower right corner of the map. .topic IDH_204438 Select here the WCDMA scanner that you are using in the missing neighbor measure ment. .topic IDH_204440 Select here the GSM scanner that you are using in the missing neighbor measureme nt. .topic IDH_204442 Define here the number of strongest cells. .topic IDH_204443 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_204444 Click this button to enable missing neighbor detection. .topic IDH_204445 Click this button to close the dialog. .topic IDH_201791 Select here the color palette used.

.topic IDH_201792 In the Colors page you can define colors used for devices, graph lines, and map routes. The first eight colors are reserved for devices. The other colors are us ed to draw graph lines and map routes. .topic IDH_201793 To make new palettes, click the New button, type a name for the new palette, and define all the colors. .topic IDH_201794 Click this button to delete the selected color palette. .topic IDH_201798 In the Colors page you can define colors used for devices, graph lines, and map routes. The first eight colors are reserved for devices. The other colors are us ed to draw graph lines and map routes. .topic IDH_201800 To make new palettes, click the New button, type a name for the new palette, and define all the colors. .topic IDH_201801 Click this button to delete the selected color palette. .topic IDH_201805 Type defines what kind of data the color set is used with, numerical, gradient, or string. The Type setting can be used to sort the color sets in the Color Set Editor dialog. .topic IDH_201809 Displays the color set name. .topic IDH_201810 Displays a list of available color sets. .topic IDH_201811 Click this button to create a new color set. .topic IDH_201812 Click this button to modify an existing color set. .topic IDH_201813 Click this button to delete a color set. .topic IDH_201814 Click this button to exit the dialog. .topic IDH_201815 Click this button to make a copy of the selected color set. .topic IDH_201817 Choose an item from the list. .topic IDH_201818 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_201819 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made.

.topic IDH_201822 Enter here a description for the value range, for example, Good level. .topic IDH_201824 Select here a color for the value range. .topic IDH_201826 Define the upper and lower limits of the value range. .topic IDH_201827 Define the upper and lower limits of the value range. .topic IDH_201828 Check your desired options. .topic IDH_201829 Define the upper and lower limits of the value range. .topic IDH_201830 Define the upper and lower limits of the value range. .topic IDH_201831 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_201832 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_201836 Define here the color set name. .topic IDH_201838 Define here a short name for the color set. .topic IDH_201840 Type a description for the color set. .topic IDH_201842 Choose an item from the list. .topic IDH_201844 Type defines what kind of data the color set is used with, numerical, gradient, or string. .topic IDH_201849 Click this button to define colors and limits. .topic IDH_201850 Click this button to modify the selected color or limits. .topic IDH_201851 Click this button to delete a color. .topic IDH_201852 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_201853 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_201854 Click this button to quickly assign colors to parameter values.

.topic IDH_201857 Enter your input in this field. .topic IDH_201861 Enter your input in this field. .topic IDH_201862 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_201863 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_201865 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_201866 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_201867 Choose an item from the list. .topic IDH_201868 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_201869 Click this button to make your choice. .topic IDH_201872 Enter your input in this field. .topic IDH_201876 Enter your input in this field. .topic IDH_201877 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_201878 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_201881 Define the top and bottom values and the step, i.e., how many values are represe nted by the same color. .topic IDH_201882 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_201884 Define the top and bottom values and the step, i.e., how many values are represe nted by the same color. .topic IDH_201885 Use the arrows to select your preferred value. .topic IDH_201887 Define the top and bottom values and the step, i.e., how many values are represe nted by the same color. .topic IDH_201888 Use the arrows to select your preferred value.

.topic IDH_201889 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_201890 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made. .topic IDH_201892 Enter your input in this field. .topic IDH_201893 Closes this dialog and saves any changes you have made. .topic IDH_201894 Closes this dialog without saving any changes you have made.