Two thoughts. A plumbing analogy for non-test experts in the audience. You need to install and verify operation of plumbing in a building. Fiber is plastic pipe. You need to certify that you’ve assembled every joint correctly and, before the water main is connected, that you can run a little water through with no problems. Coax is copper pipe. Same testing need as above but the connections and installation tools are different. So are the problems. Ethernet is the functional connection to the city water main. Better make sure this high-pressure, sophisticated connection along with proper operation of advanced features like the water meter are all working BEFORE turning it on full-bore. RF test is like checking the output and temperature controls of each fixture (faucet, toilet, spigot) in the building to verify that everything works exactly as planned and that the water coming out of each individual fixture meets all appropriate quality standards. Only JDSU offers equipment in each of these 4 categories
Serving duration: % on DAS v Macro (updated in real-time) – when there is a handover event this is categorized and logged
Tower icon flashes RED when there is macro handover. - you can separately using a cell site database for outdoor look at the macro site on the map (in the diagram). 17 band is 700 Mhz
LTE null diagram: gives more granularity of the dB levels – even although you haven’t high macro ingress, the power level tolerances may say you are very close.
JDSU - Delivering dynamic networks for a personalized experience
Hall 6, Stand I37
Delivering Dynamic Networks
for a Personalized Experience