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TEMS DISCOVERY ENTERPRISE
MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION & NEW FEATURES
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Course Outline
[INTRODUCTION]
Module 1
Introductio
n & New
features
Module 2
Data
Preparation
Module 3
Data
Analysis
Module 4
Data
Extraction
Module 5
Use Cases
Module 6
Volte & CA
Introduction Creation of
projects
Analysis
views
Problem
summary
Practical
Exercises
CA
functionality
Functional
overview
Import
multiple data
sources
Exporting Reporting Volte
functionality
Data Source
organization
Data
organization
Filtering Scripting Practical
Exercises
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Module 1 Objectives
 After completing this module you will be able to:
 Overview of the functionality of TEMS™ Discovery
 Understand the user interface and terminology
 Understand the organization and management of data
 Understand the differences between the TEMS™ Discovery packages
[INTRODUCTION]
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Licensing
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Global license server
Enhanced control over your licenses
• Instant access to software downloads and licenses
• Know where your licenses are! – License-assets at your fingertips
• Assign and revoke licenses via Web interface
• Auto return of SW licenses after set time period
Protect your investment
• No more hardware dongles! – One can’t misplace hardware keys anymore
What is TEMS™ Discovery
 Processing of measurement data
 Organizing, storing, and sharing of
processed information
 On-demand data extraction,
presentation, visualization,
reporting
 Benchmarking
 Troubleshooting and root cause analysis
 Answers about issues: what, where,
why, and how to resolve
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[INTRODUCTION]
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TEMS Discovery is a wireless network
reporting & analysis tool
 Automatic post processing of air
interface measurement data
 Analyzing, organizing, storing, and
sharing of information collected from
wireless network devices
 On-demand data extraction, analyzing,
presentation, visualization and reporting
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW
[ PRODUCT OVERVIEW ]
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Automatic data processing
 Automate time-consuming tasks such as data import, and
analyzing and pinpointing network issues
Background post processing
 Lets engineers continue to work while new files are being
processed ‘in the background’
Customized reporting capabilities
 Easily created, customized reports save time
Knowledge and best practice sharing
 All engineering teams can use the same
methodology and processes
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EFFICIENT USE OF ENGINEERING TIME
[ THE SOLUTION AND BENEFITS ]
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 Full decoding of metrics and events
 Customizable problem detection and
analysis
 Any KPI can be defined and reported
automatically
Supports all major wireless technologies
LTE, TD-LTE, EV-DO (Rev. 0/A/B), WCDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA/HSPA+,
WiMAX, IS-95/cdma2000 1x, GSM/GPRS/EDGE,
TD-SCDMA, Wi-Fi
Supports measurements from:
TEMS™, JDSU™, Nemo™, Qualcomm™
ZK Celltest™, LG™, PCTEL™, Rohde & Schwarz™
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NETWORK ANALYSIS & REPORTING
[ THE SOLUTION AND BENEFITS ]
Efficient Data Processing
 Handles large volumes of data with low
memory demand
 Multi-thread, background data processing
 Multi-computer distributed processing
 Options for selective data import
 Analyzing in parallel with data processing,
no ”lock-up time”
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[INTRODUCTION]
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 Monitoring and processing of incoming data
 Automatic creation of multiple projects and
datasets according to user’s configuration
 Automatic creation of KPI plots and reports
 Automatic e-mail notifications to multiple
recipients
 Multi-computer distributed computing
with automatic task dispatcher and load
balancing
 Multiple tasks can be configured
 Easy and flexible configuration
Automated Data Processing
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[INTRODUCTION]
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TEMS Discovery supports drive-test measurements from the following:
 TEMS™ Investigation
 TEMS™ Pocket
 TEMS™ Automatic
 TEMS™ Symphony
 TEMS™ Monitor Master (trace files)
 JDSU™
 Nemo Handy™
 Nemo Outdoor™
 Qualcomm QXDM
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[INTRODUCTION]
Integrated Platform (2/2)
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Measurement Control -example
 RAT lock to GSM/WCDMA/LTE (Device dependant)
 Band lock to GSM/WCDMA/LTE (Device dependant)
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Analysis on Discovery : Sample testing scenarios
CS Voice Testing
 Call setup time
 Call success rate
 Voice SQI/PESQ/POLQA
 Mobile to fixed ( CallGenerator)
 Mobile to mobile
 Volte
 Silent call
 Speech path delay
 ......etc
PS Data Testing
 PDP activate/ deactivate
 FTP UL/DL
 HTTP Browsing/UL/DL
 Ping
 SMS
 Video streaming (VSTQ)
 Email: SMTP, POP3/IMAP
 Carrier Aggregation
 ….etc
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Collaborate Across the Organization
 Seamless data sharing
 Via Peer-to-peer & Public Data
 No need for reprocessing of data
 Configuration sharing
 Seamless knowledge transfer
- Share scripts
- Share report templates
- Share problem sets
 Standardization of organizational
processes
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[ INTRODUCTION ]
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Simple Work Flow
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Prepare
• Import Data
• Geo binning
• Composite
Analysis
• Map View
• Line Charts
• Messages
• Correlation
Extraction &
Reporting
• KPI
• Report
• Script
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TEMS Discovery ™
[INTRODUCTION]
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Report and script packages that solve the
problem.
Example:
VoLTE
Indoor/DAS
Benchmarking
WCDMA – Root cause diagnostic
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An APPROACH TO OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY
[ THE SOLUTION AND BENEFITS ]
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CAPABILITIES
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• Improved map functionality
• Enhanced composite functionality
• On-the-fly geographic binning to create
“Heat Map” on any metrics and events
• IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) support
for TEMS logfiles collected from
Qualcomm chipset based devices
• TEMS Investigation 15.0 support
• Support for Rohde & Schwarz ROMES
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What is New.. (1 of 2)
[ CAPABILITIES ]
The world’s most versatile data processing tool
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Data streaming
Enhanced MIMO support for PCTEL scanners
WCDMA root cause analysis
VoLTE package
Indoor package
Benchmarking reports
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What is New.. (2 of 2)
[ CAPABILITIES ]
The world’s most versatile data processing tool
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Multiple data sources
 Measurement data
- Scanner and UE drive-test data
- IP data (libpcap)
- User Equipment Traffic Recording (Ericsson
UETR)
 GIS data
- Support for more than 100 GIS formats
- Integrated Google™ Maps or Microsoft Bing™
Maps
 Network cell configuration and parameters,
neighbor lists
 Antenna pattern
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VERSATILE DATA ANALYSIS
Relevant input for relevant analysis
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Design your own reports, including tables,
charts, and maps
 Easy-to-use drag-and-drop configuration of report templates
Make your own scripts for KPI calculations and
problem finding and classification
 Use Script Builder to create your own tailored scripts
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REPORTING & SCRIPTING
Built-in scripting and reporting
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Monitoring and processing of incoming data
Automatic creation of multiple projects and
data sets according to user’s
configuration
Automatic creation and distribution of reports
Automatic email notifications to multiple
recipients
Easy and flexible configuration
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AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING
Liberating precious and expensive RF engineering resources
[ CAPABILITIES ]
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COLLABORATION ACROSS THE ORGANIZATION
Collaboration (and value) across the organization
[ CAPABILITIES ]
Seamless data sharing
 Via peer-to-peer & public data
 No need for reprocessing of data
Configuration sharing
 Seamless knowledge transfer
- Share scripts
- Share report templates
- Share problem sets
Standardization of organizational processes
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TEMS™ Discovery Enterprise:
 New product added to TEMS Discovery product line
 Server-based solution
 Handles very large volumes of data
 Statistical data storage and trending
 Mobile dashboard
 Works in conjunction with the existing TEMS Discovery
product line (TEMS Discovery Device and TEMS
Discovery Network)
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COMPLEMENTARY TEMS Discovery PRODUCTS
[ TEMS DISCOVERY SUITE ]
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[ TEMS DISCOVERY SUITE ]
TEMS Discovery Suite Overview
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TEMS DISCOVERY SUITE
(COMPLEMENTARY PRODUCTS)
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TEMS™ Discovery Network (formerly
TEMS™ Visualization Professional)
 Utilizes event data generated from large volumes of live
subscriber traffic
 Bridges the gap between performance management
and drive test solutions
 Cell, phone model, subscriber centric, and other
advanced analysis, with ability to drill down to and
geolocate individual calls
 Prioritize and resolve larger volumes of problems,
impossible to even identify before
 Customer experience focused, operationally efficient,
multivendor and multitechnology
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COMPLEMENTARY TEMS Discovery PRODUCTS
[ TEMS DISCOVERY SUITE ]
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KEY FEATURES
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Monitoring and processing of incoming data
Automatic creation of multiple projects and
data sets according to user’s
configuration
Automatic creation of KPI plots and reports
Automatic email notifications to multiple
recipients
Multiple tasks can be configured
Easy and flexible configuration
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AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING
[ KEY FEATURES ]
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Predefined or user-defined scripts
Used for problem finding, analysis, and
reporting
Simple use of predefined scripts for
pinpointing pilot pollution, missing
neighbors, dropped calls, etc.
Use Script Builder to create your own
tailored scripts for automated problem
finding
Findings displayed in Map View (or any
other view) and included in a report
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SCRIPTING
[ KEY FEATURES ]
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Simple drag-and-drop access to
 All metrics and events
 All IEs in Layer 3 messages
Built-in functions, flags, and classes
for easy script creation
Embedding of proprietary algorithms
for standardization across the
organization
Generation of any metrics, events,
and report variables
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SCRIPT BUILDER
[ KEY FEATURES ]
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Predefined and user-defined report templates
Generate report on any data set, file, or device
Scheduled or immediate generation of report
based on selected template
Create your own tailored report templates for
specific interests and needs
Sample report types:
 TEMS acceptance reports
 TEMS RAN tuning reports (WCDMA and/or GSM,
voice and/or data)
 ETSI KPI reports
 Benchmarking reports
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REPORTING
[ KEY FEATURES ]
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 All TEMS Discovery events and metrics
 Full array of statistical attributes
 Drag and drop to any desired cells
All Microsoft Excel® functions
 Formulas and equations
 Styles and formatting
 Charting
Data filtering per any file/device attributes
Operators: for benchmarking
 Date: for trending
Uses universal templates or specific data
Auto-grow functions
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REPORT BUILDER
[ KEY FEATURES ]
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INDOOR MAPPING FUNCTIONALITY
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[ KEY FEATURES ]
 Seamless import of TEMS Pocket and
TEMS Investigation maps and logfiles
 Logfiles, bitmap floor plan images, and
metadata all in one zip file
 Simply drag and drop metric into Map
View and the metric is displayed on the
corresponding floor plan image
 Simple three-step geolocation of map
and measurements
 Repositioning of indoor waypoints to
improve the appearance of the
measurements on the map
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GENERIC TEXT FILE IMPORT
Flexible delimited text file import:
Create user-defined metric groups
Define group-by and sort-by keys
Exclude exception values
Manipulate data in various views in
essentially the same way as other
standard metrics
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[ KEY FEATURES ]
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VERSATILE DATA BINNING
Time binning during data import
 Frame level resolution
 Smart selection
- No binning for event-triggered messages
- Binning for periodic messages
 Geo-binning
 Distance binning
 Grid binning
 Per-region mixed resolution (example: fine resolution in
dense urban areas and coarse resolution in rural areas)
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[ KEY FEATURES ]
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LINE-OF-SIGHT TOOL
Line of sight between two points in Map View is possible with terrain
elevation data
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[ KEY FEATURES ]
User can download elevation data from many
free Web databases
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ANTENNA PATTERN VIEWER
Preloaded antenna pattern can be displayed for each antenna
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[ KEY FEATURES ]
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INSTANT CHART
The Instant Chart monitor is a user-
configurable monitor to graphically
display a set of array data.
 Multiple configurations
 Instant Bar Chart View with optional table view
 Multiple chart space & multiple metrics
 Fixed or metric-based coloring
Sample Usage:
 Scanner or phone data: Ec/Io, RSCP for all pilots for
one or multiple UARFCNs
 Transport Channel Information: Configuration, state,
throughput of concurrent channels
 Adjacent channel analysis: Graphically visualize
channel strength of adjacent channels
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MODULE 1
REVIEW
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User Interface and Terminology (1/2)
[INTRODUCTION]
Tools Anaylsis Views
Configuration
• Sharing of configurations
• Legend configuration
• Data Networking
• User defined thresholds
• Filtering configuration
• Anaylsis settings
• Tool Settings
• Walk through
• Data Import
• ADP
• Batch Printing
• Sript builder
• Report builder
• Google or Bing Map view
• Map View
• Line Chart
• Message View
• Table View
• Instant Chart View
• Point Details
• Histrogram
• Correlation View
• Sector Anaylsis
• Problem Summary
• Multi – Dimension Statistic
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User Interface and Terminology (2/2)
[INTRODUCTION]
Project
Explorer
Document
List
GIS
Task
Window
Message
View
• Place holder for projects and
remote projects
• Documents are the settings of the
specific data sources, displayed
metrics, and view layouts.
• Place holder for mapping data
and
predicted coverage maps in geo
areas
• View status of background tasks
•Message log contains the message
generated from the current operation
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Data Organization and Management
[INTRODUCTION]
Project Name
DataSets
<TD> ”user defined name”
Imported measurment attribute #1
Imported measurment attribute #2
Imported measurment attribute #3
Import measurem.........................
DATASET: A dataset is created
when importing one or more raw
measurement data files and are
organized according to certain
attributes.
COMPOSITE: Processed data
from one for more datasets of a
project can be logically combined
into a composite set.
Composite
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TEMS DISCOVERY ENTERPRISE
MODULE 2: DATA PREPARATION
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Module 2 Objectives
 After completing this module you will be able to:
 Create a new project
 Import measurment data
 Import network configuration
 Import mapping data
 Understand the organization and management of data within a project
[DATA PREPARATION]
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Importing Data
[DATA PREPARATION]
• Scanning Measurement Data
• Phone Measurement Data
• Network Measurement Data (uplink)
• IP capture
• Network Configuration
• GIS Data
• Coverage Predictions
• Antenna Diagram
• Project
• Geo Area
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Composite Data Set
[DATA PREPARATION]
Static Composite
 Multiple datasets and/or mobile data can be
combined to form a super dataset
 Snap shot in time
Dynamic Composite
 Grouped by certain criteria
 Only add data when a certain criteria is applied
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Time & Geo Binning of data (1/2)
 Time binning during data import
 Frame level resolution
 Smart selection
- No binning for event-triggered messages
- Binning for periodical messages
 Geo-binning
 Distance binning
 Grid binning
 Per-region mixed resolution (example: fine
resolution in dense urban areas and coarse
resolution in rural areas)
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[DATA PREPARATION]
2 second
time binned
50m Geo
binned
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Data Organization within a Project (1/2)
[DATA PREPARATION]
Project Name
Explorer: Dataset / Cells / GIS
Filtering: Data or Listing
Archives
Composites
DataSet
Delta Metric
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Data Organization within a Project (2/2)
[DATA PREPARATION]
Scripts & Events
TEMS Discovery Frame
DataSets
<TD> ”user defined name”
Imported measurment attribute
TEMS Discovery Metric
Events
TEMS Discovery Frame:
Multiple TEMS Discovery metrics
make up a TD frame.
TEMS Discovery Metric:
An information element or
parameter from a certain
measurement data source.
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MODULE 3: DATA ANALYSIS
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Objectives
 After completing this module you will be able to:
 Understand the usage of different views, tables and charts
 Define configurations of different views, tables and charts
 Understand the organization of the different layout views
 Understand the usage of multiple data sources
 Perform analysis of measurement data
[DATA ANAYLSIS]
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Data Extraction &
Reporting
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Data Anaylsis Overview
[DATA ANAYLSIS]
 Map View
 Google ™ or Bing Maps ™
 Time Series Chart
 Message View
 Table View
 Instant Chart
 Point Details
 Histogram
 Correlation View
 Sector Statistics
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MODULE 3: DATA ANALYSIS
REVIEW
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Data Anaylsis Windows
[DATA ANAYLSIS]
Old
New
RNC
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Practical exercises….
[DATA ANAYLSIS]
Data Anaylsis Windows
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MODULE 4: DATA ANALYSIS
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Objectives
 After completing this module you will be able to:
 Understand how to filter data based on certain criteria
 Understand how to create reports
 Define and understand an Analysis Set
 Have the basic understand on how to build reports
 Have an overview of the scripting
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Conventional reporting
• Map View
• Time series chart
• Table view
• Histograms
All presentations can be divided
into a presentation (multiple
representation), as well as
output to a separate monitor
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Presentation window data (1/2)
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Special kinds of data
• Message view
• Point Details
• Metric Correlation
• Instant Chart
• Sector Statistic
• Problem Summary
• Multi-Dimension Statistic
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Presentation window data (2/2)
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Module 3 : Data Preparation and organization
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Creating new project
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Steps to create new project:
• Right click on Active project tab in project
explorer window and click on ‘New
Project’
• In project properties give a title to the
project
• Select the Geo area and GIS maps as
required.
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Importing log files
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TEMS Discovery Device supports the
import of native drive test data from
the major drive test tool vendors.
• Adding/ Deleting files
• Project selection and assigning
data set
• Setting configuration import ( for ex:
disabling binning/ editing binning
time)
Site data can be imported as network
configuration files.
TEMS Discovery Device supports import of
cell configuration data from multiple
network planning tool and drive test tool
vendors
TEMS Discovery supports various network
configuration file formats.
After the configuration is done and clicked
Import, the task will be placed into the task
queue for scheduling, and its status will be
indicated in the Task window. After the data
is imported, the imported data will be listed
in Data Explorer- Cells
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Import network configuration
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Cell file format
Target project
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Creating network configuration file (1/2)
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To import a text delimited network configuration file, the
following procedures must be completed.
1. Prepare Network configuration file- The network configuration
will be a text delimited file(.csv format). The file must contain
certain parameters.
A sample of a network configuration file is shown below.
SiteNo SectorID Longitude Latitude Radius Sector Width Azimuth Model LAC CI Ant High Terrain Tilt TYPE BSIC BCCH
Site1 Site1_O 120.9445 -40.88181 0.2 360 360 Repeater 16761 40422 62 0 0 0 60 85
Site12 Site12_O 120.9552 -40.8872 0.2 360 360 Repeater 16761 40422 62 0 0 0 60 85
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2. Set General Configuration- After the
network configuration file is well
formatted, start defining the column
delimiters and create mapping between
the source file and TEMS Discovery's
internal parameters.
3. Create Mapping- Create mapping
between source fields and TEMS
Discovery's internal data structure by
dragging-and-dropping a source field
from the list into the spreadsheet on the
right side.
Creating network configuration file (2/2)
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Import GIS data
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Adding/Removing
layers of map
Select a geographic
area
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Data organization within a project(1/4)
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Project Name
Explorer: Dataset / Cells / GIS
Data Filters
Data sources window
DataSet
 The Data Explorer organizes project data into three categories: Dataset,
Cells and GIS. Each object in the Data Explorer can be dragged-and-
dropped into multiple views.
The Dataset tab displays drive test data in three
logical groups:
• Archive
• Composite
• Dataset
Except for the archives, each group is in a tree
view layout that can be drilled down to the
metric level.
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Data organization within a project(2/4)
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Data organization within a project(3/4)
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 The Cells tab is the logical display of network configurations, sector
groups, and sector filter expressions
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Data organization within a project(4/4)
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 The GIS/Coverage Map tab lists all GIS data
associated with the current project.
 The GIS data can be displayed in the Map view by
dragging-and-dropping, or by choosing it from its
pop-up menu.
 Before dragging the GIS image/map to the Map
View, user can define the translucency for the
image/map for rendering.
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Organization of Layout
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Point
details
Different
view
windows
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Data filtering
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The Data Filters option will filter what data can
be analyzed and displayed.
Sector group. If a sector group is selected, only
the data at the location that is covered by the
sectors in the sector group will be considered.
Condition. If one or multiple condition
expressions are selected, the data to be
considered must also meet the condition
Event set. If an event set is selected, the data to
be considered must also meet the condition
defined in the event set
Region. If a filter region is selected, only the data
within the defined region will be considered
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Displaying data on the map
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Honeycomb metric tool
Map control
Sectioning Map
Offset,
size and
direction
metric Ruler
User Defined region -UDR
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Map – cell radius analysis
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 Cell Radius analysis can be used to
either see the Top 1 sector coverage
or the sector specific coverage.
 Click on settings and in the Cell
Radius Analysis Dialog box, user can
define what to analyze and how it is to
be displayed.
 The Top 1 coverage is the coverage
where that particular cell has the best
coverage whereas the sector specific
coverage displays the entire coverage
of that cell.
Top 1
Coverage
Sector Specific
Coverage
Cell Site sectors can be displayed by
different color codes indicating
different values of the parameter
like PSC.
Right click on the cell site file -> Edit
view option.
Go to Pie tab and select the carrier
parameter as required. Select the
pre-defined plot band to select the
specific color coding. PSC in this
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Map- cell site sector color coding
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Map - top 1 sector coverage
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 This feature is used to display the Top 1
coverage of the sectors of the cell site.
 Displays either the Color Data Points or ray
lines.
 Selecting Color Data Points will color the data
points according to the color scheme selected
for the cell site sectors.
 Selecting Ray Lines will show rays emerging
from sectors to the data points where it had
Top 1 coverage.
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Map – user defined region (UDR)
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 TEMS Discovery allows the user to draw
user-defined regions (UDRs), or to
choose area features from the terrain
vector data.
 UDR is mainly used for data filtering.
 To draw an UDR, select UDR drawing on
the map view and select polygon. Mark
the area on the map and save it. Continue
in this way to create multiple UDRs
 Note: A polygon is a single UDR or a part
of an UDR. Multiple polygons can be
combined into a single UDR.
Data binning
 Time binning during data import
Frame level resolution
Smart selection
- No binning for event-triggered messages
- Binning for periodic messages
• Geo-binning
Distance binning
Grid binning
Per-region mixed resolution (example: fine resolution
in dense urban areas and coarse resolution in rural areas)
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Map – Displaying binned data
Geo-binning can be performed on the fly
Drag and drop any metric on map view
Go to Dataset tab and click on Geo Bin
Enable on-fly geolocation binning
Choose bin size
Select either:
• Location grid: bin size (200x200 m in this case)
• Route distance: one sample every 200 meters
After selecting a binning type, click the refresh
button the map to display binned data
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Geolocation binning
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Geolocation binning example
GRID BINNING DISTANCE BINNING
Delta plot helps to generate delta
metrics between any given metric
pair.
To create, click on Delta/Special –type-
Grid-binned Metrics generator in the
data explorer.
Select the metrics needed for delta plot
on both windows as shown here.
(Selected Sc.Aggr Ec for WCDMA
PSC scanning in this case). Select
the appropriate plot band and save
it.
After the delta metric is generated, it
will listed in the Data Explorer- Data 84
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• Seamless import of TEMS Pocket and
TEMS Investigation maps and logfiles
• Logfiles, bitmap floor plan images, and
metadata all in one zip file
• Simply drag and drop metric into Map View
and the metric is displayed on the
corresponding floor plan image
• Simple three-step geolocation of map and
measurements
• Repositioning of indoor waypoints to
improve the appearance of the
measurements on the map
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Indoor mapping functionality
Point details lets user
display multiple
parameters/metrics at
one point.
Move the cursor to the
Map View, Table View
or Message,
information Point
Details will vary
synchronously.
Point details settings: User
can define the metrics
to be displayed 86
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Instant chart
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The Instant Chart View
provides a convenient way
to view the instant
information of the selected
metrics with respect to a
group-by key metric.
Features include:
• Multiple configurations
• Instant bar chart view with optional
Table View
• Multiple chart space and multiple
metrics
• Fixed or metric-based coloring
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Table view
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 Table View provides a
tabular display of multiple
metrics and events
 Contains mandatory fields
(time, date, latitude and
longitude).
 Other metrics/events can
be added as required.
 Can be exported to Excel
or text delimited files.
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 Histogram View is for graphical
display of metric data showing the
proportion of data that falls into
each specific plot band.
 Metric data can be shown as a
bar graph, a 2D pie chart, or a 3D
pie chart.
 In the Histogram view options,
user can select the type of the
statistics attributes to be displayed
along with optional PDF and CDF
data.
Time-series Chart displays how the values of radio parameters evolve
over time.
Several parameters can be plotted in the same chart to enable quick
inspection of correlation
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Correlation view
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 Metric correlation enables the
indication of a linear/nonlinear
relationship between two
metrics.
 Consider the plot shown here. It
shows a correlation between
ranked CPICH RSCP and
ranked Ec/Io for a WCDMA data
set.
 This can be an useful plot to
determine the quality of the pilot
channel and signal strength
relation for this dataset
Good RSCP
and Good Ec/Io
Good RSCP
and Poor Ec/Io
Poor RSCP and
Poor Ec/Io Good Ec/Io and
Poor RSCP
The Message View contains two panels. The left-hand panel is a
spreadsheet that lists the messages in time sequence, and the right-
hand panel displays detailed information of the selected message at
the left.
Messages can be filtered based on device and/or frame like WCDMA
NAS signaling, WCDMA RRC signaling.
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It displays the user-defined
message flow cycle in diagram
form.
A message cycle can be built from
the Layer 3 signaling messages
listed in the message summary
view, based on the user-defined
message cycle configuration.
In the configuration define the start
of event and end of event.
Also displays the time delay pair
between any selected pair of
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Sector statistics
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 Sector statistics can display sector by sector averaged parameters
or events
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Multi-Dimension Statistic View
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 Multi dimension Statistic View
displays on-demand statistical
data for multiple metrics in
multiple user-selected
dimensions.
 The user can filter data by using
the built-in dimensions device
attributes, time and date, UDR,
cell configuration or user defined
dimension.
 Statistical aggregation methods
including mean, max, min, count,
standard deviation etc.
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Problem summary view
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 This view summarizes device
problems based on predefined
or user-configurable problem
sets like dropped calls,
handover failures, etc.
 Can select either all devices or
only the one with problems
 All problem-related information
can be saved to Excel.
Go to Tools -> Report Template
Builder/ Problem Set Builder.
Two columns are needed. The first
column defines problem
description, and the second
defines the problem data source.
(i.e. metric value source).
Select Report type as single value
and description as Count.
Save it as problem set.
Now the problem set will be available
in the Problem Set Definition drop
down menu in the Problem
Summary View.
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A log file can be replayed in TEMS
Discovery.
After creating a project, go to any
metrics and drag and drop on the
map view or any other view.
Select any data point.
Next, enter the replay speed in the
replay option as shown.
Click on the Play forward button and
the log file will be replayed.
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Explorer Filtering
• Sector group
• Conditions
• Event Set
• Geographical Region
• Date
• Defined Problems
Reporting
• RAN Reports
• Acceptance Reports
• KPI Reports
• Region Reports
• User Defined
Analysis: [Analysis Set] pre/user defined
Problem Summary
Right click on the data set and select
generate report
In the Report Generation window, select
the report template as required and
click on generate report.
A new excel sheet will pop up as the
report with the required analysis.
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Report template builder (1/2)
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 Based on Office Excel
format
 Simple drag and drop
 All supported metrics
 Charts
 Tables
 Maps
 Correlation of data
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Report template builder (2/2)
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Apply Restrictions
Apply Conditions
Apply Attributes
UDR Filtering
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Report template builder- example chart type
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 Definition of the Chart type is done within
the report
• Same Chart types as offered by Excel (line,
stacked, 3D, etc.)
 The Chart X-scale depends on the
configured plot-band
 Define Plot band will overwrite configured
plot-bands
 One chart can contain multiple graphs
• Just drag and drop two values to the chart.
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
[Min,
-18)
[-18,
-15)
[-15,
-13)
[-13,
-11)
[-11,
-9)
[-9, -
7)
[-7, -
5)
[-5,
0)
[0,
Max]
A1 EcIo
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 Create a report template by manually
entering information as shown in the
figure
 On the map draw 3 polygons and save
each as an UDR (R1, R2 & R3)
 Assign cluster index value (1,2 and 3) to
each UDR
 Drag and drop metric Categorized RSCP
A1 in the 1st cell under RSCP header
 In the pop-up window select “Single
Value” as report type and “Mean” as
descriptive
 Click on Additional Options tab and select
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 Enter a value of 1 corresponding to
cluster R1
 Repeat the process for other metrics by
selecting the appropriate metric and
using cluster index values (2,3) for
clusters R2 and R3
 Save the report template and run it
against dataset/composite
 Output will be average values of RSCP,
Ec/No and UE Tx Power per cluster
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 Create a report template by manually
entering information as shown in the
figure
 Drag and drop metric Categorized RSCP
A1 in the 1st cell under RSCP header
 In the pop-up window select “Statistic
Data” as report type and “Mean” as
descriptive
 Repeat the procedure for other metrics
 Drag and drop metric Cell ID - UMTS
(Phone-based)].[Serving Sector] and
select report type as “CorrelationKey”
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 Save the report template and run it
against dataset/composite
 Output will be average values of RSCP,
Ec/No and Active Set Size per Cell
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Report template builder- example map type
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• To display more than one Metric in a Map just drag and drop second
Metric
• Print Area is set in Project properties (can be overwritten)
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 Repetition feature is used to generate a
report with repetitive information (e.g., for
each cluster UDR).
 Right click on first cell and click on
Repetition in Report.
 Set the Repetition Flag – It is the
placeholder which will be replaced by the
Repetition key during report generation.
 Repetition Key- Several options:
• Cluster UDR
• Polygon attribute
• Device attribute
• Metric Group
• Metric
TEMS Discovery has a feature in the
report template builder which allows
user to create a Microsoft Power
Point or Word document report
directly.
Creating in template builder
• Select and drop the metrics in the template
area.
• In the report type options window, select the
settings as per requirement.
• Add a Unique ID to that metric as shown
here.
• Save the report as usual. 111
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• Now open a new blank power point presentation.
• Reference the metric using the unique ID that
was used while creating report template.
Example: {image:RSCP1.jpg}.
• Save this presentation with the same name as
that of the report and save it in the folder path
shown here. The path can be found in the
Configuration-> options menu. Go to the
reporting template folder at this path and save
the presentation.
• Select the project now, select the generate report
option and choose the report file (.xlsx file). The
presentation file will be created.
 In similar way, word document report can be
created too.
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Script builder (1/3)
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 Used for problem finding,
analysis, and reporting
 Automated problem
finding
 Written in C# Language
 Extract data from
messages
 Apply customized
algorithms
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Script Types
• Advance Metric & Events: It allows the
user to define multiple new metrics,
events and event information (associated
with each new event).
• Condition Expression: It allows the
user to define certain criteria(s) that
needs to be fulfilled in order to view only
subsets of measurement data. (or to
determine if it should be included in
statistics and reports).
• Customer Metric: It allows the user to
define a single metric.
• Global Parameter: It allows the user to
associate a whole measurement file (per
device) with a specific metric value.
Examples
• Advance Metric & Events: Measure
the time between two layer 3 messages
and create an new event if that time is
longer than a certain time period.
• Condition Expression: Display or
report only coverage below a certain
signal strength.
• Customer Metric: Aggregate a specific
network configuration parameter
broadcasted (in system information
messages) into a new metric.
• Global Parameter: A measurement
(per device) is associated (‘tagged’) with
a specific combination of MCC and MNC.
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Script builder (3/3)
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Script Syntax
Data Source
Building Blocks of the Script
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 ADP is an advanced configurable function that monitors
newly arrived drive test data, automatically imports the data,
generates reports, deposits the reports to a specified location,
and/or sends the reports via email.
 Creating a new ADP task is a four step process
New task
button
Step 1: File Monitor
• Here, the user specifies the
folders to be monitored by this
ADP task.
• The folders can either be
local file folder or from a FTP
server
• If you are creating an ADP
task only for output purposes,
then skip this step.
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 Step 2: Output Data Source
Project and
dataset folders
under the
monitored
Project Root
Folder
The output
from the
existing
projects/data
sets
When you select/unselect a tree node on one tree, TEMS Discovery
will automatically select or unselect the corresponding node on the
other tree if there is one on the other tree.
Step 3: Output Scheduler
• In this step, you can define the
scheduling parameters as per
requirements.
• For example, user can define the
schedule date range or the
schedule time to monitor the project
folder.
• The user can also define the output
data grouping options such as
output frequency, output per device
etc.
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 Step 4: Output type
• In this step, user can specify
whether the output data is to be
sent to Batch PDF files and/or
Report files.
• User also have the option to
send the output file to the email
recipients specified in the Email
template.
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Additional features
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Data binning
 Time binning during data import
Frame level resolution
Smart selection
- No binning for event-triggered messages
- Binning for periodic messages
• Geo-binning
Distance binning
Grid binning
Per-region mixed resolution (example: fine resolution
in dense urban areas and coarse resolution in rural areas)
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Line of sight between two points in
Map View is possible with terrain
elevation data
User can download the maps with
heights from the Internet using built-
in links
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LINE-OF-SIGHT TOOL
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Preloaded antenna pattern can be
displayed for each antenna
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Antenna pattern viewer
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Data Extraction & Reporting
[DATA EXTRACTION & REPORTING]
Explorer Filtering
• Sector group
• Conditions
• Event Set
• Geographical Region
• Date
• Defined Problems
Reporting
• RAN Reports
• Acceptance Reports
• KPI Reports
• Region Reports
• User Defined
Analysis: [Analysis Set] pre/user defined
Problem Summary
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Practical exercises….
Data Extraction & Reporting
[DATA EXTRACTION & REPORTING]
Scipt Builder (1/2)
[DATA EXTRACTION & REPORTING]
• Used for problem finding,
analysis, and reporting
• Automated problem finding
• Written in C# Language
• Extract data from messages
• Apply customized algorithms
TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
Scipt Builder (2/2)
[DATA EXTRACTION & REPORTING]
Script Types
• Advance Metric & Events: It allows the
user to define multiple new metrics,
events and event information (associated
with each new event).
• Condition Expression: It allows the
user to define certain criteria(s) that
needs to be fulfilled in order to view only
subsets of measurement data. (or to
determine if it should be included in
statistics and reports).
• Customer Metric: It allows the user to
define a single metric.
• Global Parameter: It allows the user to
associate a whole measurement file (per
device) with a specific metric value.
Examples
• Advance Metric & Events: Measure
the time between two layer 3 messages
and create an new event if that time is
longer than a certain time period.
• Condition Expression: Display or
report only coverage below a certain
signal strength.
• Customer Metric: Aggregate a specific
network configuration parameter
broadcasted (in system information
messages) into a new metric.
• Global Parameter: A measurement (per
device) is associated (‘tagged’) with a
specific combination of MCC and MNC.
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Report Template Builder
[DATA EXTRACTION & REPORTING]
• Based on Office Excel format
• Simple drag and drop
• All supported metrics
• Charts
• Tables
• Maps
• Correlation of data
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REVIEW
Report Template Builder
[DATA EXTRACTION & REPORTING]
Apply Restrictions
Apply Conditions
Apply Attributes
UDR Filtering
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Scipt Builder
[DATA EXTRACTION & REPORTING]
Script Syntax
Data Source
Building Blocks of the Script
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Practical exercises/use cases….
Data Extraction & Reporting
[DATA EXTRACTION & REPORTING]
[ ]
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MODULE 6: FOCUS ON LTE-A AND VOLTE ANALYSIS
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LTE Network Evolution
Business Drivers
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LTE Network Evolution
Business Drivers
137
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LTE Network Evolution
Business Drivers
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LTE-A High level walkthrough
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Cost/benefit evaluation of LTE-A
features
140
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LTE-A features
141
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LTE UE categories (1/2)
142
LTE UE categories (2/2)
143
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LTE-A UE Capability
UE-EUTRA Capability Information Element
147
Carrier Aggregation for LTE
Introduction
148
Carrier Aggregation for LTE
Different Types of CA
149
Carrier Aggregation for LTE
Functionality
150
Voice Handling in LTE
Solutions
151
VoLTE Deployment - RAN Impact
3GPP LTE Bearers (GBR and non-GBR)
152
VoLTE – Header compression
153
VoLTE Deployment - RAN Impact
TTI Bundling
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VoLTE Deployment - RAN Impact
TTI Bundling

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  • 1. 1 TEMS Discovery Device training Mobilis Algeria
  • 2. [ ] 2 TEMS DISCOVERY ENTERPRISE MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION & NEW FEATURES TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 3. 3 Course Outline [INTRODUCTION] Module 1 Introductio n & New features Module 2 Data Preparation Module 3 Data Analysis Module 4 Data Extraction Module 5 Use Cases Module 6 Volte & CA Introduction Creation of projects Analysis views Problem summary Practical Exercises CA functionality Functional overview Import multiple data sources Exporting Reporting Volte functionality Data Source organization Data organization Filtering Scripting Practical Exercises TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 4. 4 Module 1 Objectives  After completing this module you will be able to:  Overview of the functionality of TEMS™ Discovery  Understand the user interface and terminology  Understand the organization and management of data  Understand the differences between the TEMS™ Discovery packages [INTRODUCTION] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 5. 5 Licensing TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom Global license server Enhanced control over your licenses • Instant access to software downloads and licenses • Know where your licenses are! – License-assets at your fingertips • Assign and revoke licenses via Web interface • Auto return of SW licenses after set time period Protect your investment • No more hardware dongles! – One can’t misplace hardware keys anymore
  • 6. What is TEMS™ Discovery  Processing of measurement data  Organizing, storing, and sharing of processed information  On-demand data extraction, presentation, visualization, reporting  Benchmarking  Troubleshooting and root cause analysis  Answers about issues: what, where, why, and how to resolve 6 [INTRODUCTION] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 7. TEMS Discovery is a wireless network reporting & analysis tool  Automatic post processing of air interface measurement data  Analyzing, organizing, storing, and sharing of information collected from wireless network devices  On-demand data extraction, analyzing, presentation, visualization and reporting 7 PRODUCT OVERVIEW [ PRODUCT OVERVIEW ] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 8. Automatic data processing  Automate time-consuming tasks such as data import, and analyzing and pinpointing network issues Background post processing  Lets engineers continue to work while new files are being processed ‘in the background’ Customized reporting capabilities  Easily created, customized reports save time Knowledge and best practice sharing  All engineering teams can use the same methodology and processes 8 EFFICIENT USE OF ENGINEERING TIME [ THE SOLUTION AND BENEFITS ] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 9.  Full decoding of metrics and events  Customizable problem detection and analysis  Any KPI can be defined and reported automatically Supports all major wireless technologies LTE, TD-LTE, EV-DO (Rev. 0/A/B), WCDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA/HSPA+, WiMAX, IS-95/cdma2000 1x, GSM/GPRS/EDGE, TD-SCDMA, Wi-Fi Supports measurements from: TEMS™, JDSU™, Nemo™, Qualcomm™ ZK Celltest™, LG™, PCTEL™, Rohde & Schwarz™ 9 NETWORK ANALYSIS & REPORTING [ THE SOLUTION AND BENEFITS ]
  • 10. Efficient Data Processing  Handles large volumes of data with low memory demand  Multi-thread, background data processing  Multi-computer distributed processing  Options for selective data import  Analyzing in parallel with data processing, no ”lock-up time” 10 [INTRODUCTION] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 11.  Monitoring and processing of incoming data  Automatic creation of multiple projects and datasets according to user’s configuration  Automatic creation of KPI plots and reports  Automatic e-mail notifications to multiple recipients  Multi-computer distributed computing with automatic task dispatcher and load balancing  Multiple tasks can be configured  Easy and flexible configuration Automated Data Processing 11 [INTRODUCTION] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 12. TEMS Discovery supports drive-test measurements from the following:  TEMS™ Investigation  TEMS™ Pocket  TEMS™ Automatic  TEMS™ Symphony  TEMS™ Monitor Master (trace files)  JDSU™  Nemo Handy™  Nemo Outdoor™  Qualcomm QXDM 12 [INTRODUCTION] Integrated Platform (2/2) TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 13. Measurement Control -example  RAT lock to GSM/WCDMA/LTE (Device dependant)  Band lock to GSM/WCDMA/LTE (Device dependant) 13 Analysis on Discovery : Sample testing scenarios CS Voice Testing  Call setup time  Call success rate  Voice SQI/PESQ/POLQA  Mobile to fixed ( CallGenerator)  Mobile to mobile  Volte  Silent call  Speech path delay  ......etc PS Data Testing  PDP activate/ deactivate  FTP UL/DL  HTTP Browsing/UL/DL  Ping  SMS  Video streaming (VSTQ)  Email: SMTP, POP3/IMAP  Carrier Aggregation  ….etc [ SERVICE TESTING ] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 14. Collaborate Across the Organization  Seamless data sharing  Via Peer-to-peer & Public Data  No need for reprocessing of data  Configuration sharing  Seamless knowledge transfer - Share scripts - Share report templates - Share problem sets  Standardization of organizational processes 14 [ INTRODUCTION ] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 15. Simple Work Flow 15 Prepare • Import Data • Geo binning • Composite Analysis • Map View • Line Charts • Messages • Correlation Extraction & Reporting • KPI • Report • Script [ INTRODUCTION ] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 16. 16 TEMS Discovery ™ [INTRODUCTION] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 17. Report and script packages that solve the problem. Example: VoLTE Indoor/DAS Benchmarking WCDMA – Root cause diagnostic 17 An APPROACH TO OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY [ THE SOLUTION AND BENEFITS ] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 18. [ ] 18 CAPABILITIES TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 19. • Improved map functionality • Enhanced composite functionality • On-the-fly geographic binning to create “Heat Map” on any metrics and events • IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) support for TEMS logfiles collected from Qualcomm chipset based devices • TEMS Investigation 15.0 support • Support for Rohde & Schwarz ROMES 19 What is New.. (1 of 2) [ CAPABILITIES ] The world’s most versatile data processing tool TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 20. Data streaming Enhanced MIMO support for PCTEL scanners WCDMA root cause analysis VoLTE package Indoor package Benchmarking reports 20 What is New.. (2 of 2) [ CAPABILITIES ] The world’s most versatile data processing tool TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 21. Multiple data sources  Measurement data - Scanner and UE drive-test data - IP data (libpcap) - User Equipment Traffic Recording (Ericsson UETR)  GIS data - Support for more than 100 GIS formats - Integrated Google™ Maps or Microsoft Bing™ Maps  Network cell configuration and parameters, neighbor lists  Antenna pattern 21 VERSATILE DATA ANALYSIS Relevant input for relevant analysis [ CAPABILITIES ] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 22. 22 Design your own reports, including tables, charts, and maps  Easy-to-use drag-and-drop configuration of report templates Make your own scripts for KPI calculations and problem finding and classification  Use Script Builder to create your own tailored scripts 22 REPORTING & SCRIPTING Built-in scripting and reporting [ CAPABILITIES ] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 23. Monitoring and processing of incoming data Automatic creation of multiple projects and data sets according to user’s configuration Automatic creation and distribution of reports Automatic email notifications to multiple recipients Easy and flexible configuration 23 AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING Liberating precious and expensive RF engineering resources [ CAPABILITIES ] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 24. 24 COLLABORATION ACROSS THE ORGANIZATION Collaboration (and value) across the organization [ CAPABILITIES ] Seamless data sharing  Via peer-to-peer & public data  No need for reprocessing of data Configuration sharing  Seamless knowledge transfer - Share scripts - Share report templates - Share problem sets Standardization of organizational processes TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 25. TEMS™ Discovery Enterprise:  New product added to TEMS Discovery product line  Server-based solution  Handles very large volumes of data  Statistical data storage and trending  Mobile dashboard  Works in conjunction with the existing TEMS Discovery product line (TEMS Discovery Device and TEMS Discovery Network) 25 COMPLEMENTARY TEMS Discovery PRODUCTS [ TEMS DISCOVERY SUITE ] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 26. 26 [ TEMS DISCOVERY SUITE ] TEMS Discovery Suite Overview TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 27. [ ] 27 TEMS DISCOVERY SUITE (COMPLEMENTARY PRODUCTS) TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 28. TEMS™ Discovery Network (formerly TEMS™ Visualization Professional)  Utilizes event data generated from large volumes of live subscriber traffic  Bridges the gap between performance management and drive test solutions  Cell, phone model, subscriber centric, and other advanced analysis, with ability to drill down to and geolocate individual calls  Prioritize and resolve larger volumes of problems, impossible to even identify before  Customer experience focused, operationally efficient, multivendor and multitechnology 28 COMPLEMENTARY TEMS Discovery PRODUCTS [ TEMS DISCOVERY SUITE ] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 29. [ ] 29 KEY FEATURES TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 30. Monitoring and processing of incoming data Automatic creation of multiple projects and data sets according to user’s configuration Automatic creation of KPI plots and reports Automatic email notifications to multiple recipients Multiple tasks can be configured Easy and flexible configuration 30 AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING [ KEY FEATURES ] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 31. Predefined or user-defined scripts Used for problem finding, analysis, and reporting Simple use of predefined scripts for pinpointing pilot pollution, missing neighbors, dropped calls, etc. Use Script Builder to create your own tailored scripts for automated problem finding Findings displayed in Map View (or any other view) and included in a report 31 SCRIPTING [ KEY FEATURES ] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 32. Simple drag-and-drop access to  All metrics and events  All IEs in Layer 3 messages Built-in functions, flags, and classes for easy script creation Embedding of proprietary algorithms for standardization across the organization Generation of any metrics, events, and report variables 32 SCRIPT BUILDER [ KEY FEATURES ] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 33. Predefined and user-defined report templates Generate report on any data set, file, or device Scheduled or immediate generation of report based on selected template Create your own tailored report templates for specific interests and needs Sample report types:  TEMS acceptance reports  TEMS RAN tuning reports (WCDMA and/or GSM, voice and/or data)  ETSI KPI reports  Benchmarking reports 33 REPORTING [ KEY FEATURES ] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 34.  All TEMS Discovery events and metrics  Full array of statistical attributes  Drag and drop to any desired cells All Microsoft Excel® functions  Formulas and equations  Styles and formatting  Charting Data filtering per any file/device attributes Operators: for benchmarking  Date: for trending Uses universal templates or specific data Auto-grow functions 34 REPORT BUILDER [ KEY FEATURES ] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 35. INDOOR MAPPING FUNCTIONALITY 35 [ KEY FEATURES ]  Seamless import of TEMS Pocket and TEMS Investigation maps and logfiles  Logfiles, bitmap floor plan images, and metadata all in one zip file  Simply drag and drop metric into Map View and the metric is displayed on the corresponding floor plan image  Simple three-step geolocation of map and measurements  Repositioning of indoor waypoints to improve the appearance of the measurements on the map TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 36. GENERIC TEXT FILE IMPORT Flexible delimited text file import: Create user-defined metric groups Define group-by and sort-by keys Exclude exception values Manipulate data in various views in essentially the same way as other standard metrics 36 [ KEY FEATURES ] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 37. VERSATILE DATA BINNING Time binning during data import  Frame level resolution  Smart selection - No binning for event-triggered messages - Binning for periodic messages  Geo-binning  Distance binning  Grid binning  Per-region mixed resolution (example: fine resolution in dense urban areas and coarse resolution in rural areas) 37 [ KEY FEATURES ] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 38. LINE-OF-SIGHT TOOL Line of sight between two points in Map View is possible with terrain elevation data 38 [ KEY FEATURES ] User can download elevation data from many free Web databases TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 39. ANTENNA PATTERN VIEWER Preloaded antenna pattern can be displayed for each antenna 39 [ KEY FEATURES ] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 40. INSTANT CHART The Instant Chart monitor is a user- configurable monitor to graphically display a set of array data.  Multiple configurations  Instant Bar Chart View with optional table view  Multiple chart space & multiple metrics  Fixed or metric-based coloring Sample Usage:  Scanner or phone data: Ec/Io, RSCP for all pilots for one or multiple UARFCNs  Transport Channel Information: Configuration, state, throughput of concurrent channels  Adjacent channel analysis: Graphically visualize channel strength of adjacent channels 40 [ KEY FEATURES ] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 41. [ ] 41 MODULE 1 REVIEW TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 42. 42 User Interface and Terminology (1/2) [INTRODUCTION] Tools Anaylsis Views Configuration • Sharing of configurations • Legend configuration • Data Networking • User defined thresholds • Filtering configuration • Anaylsis settings • Tool Settings • Walk through • Data Import • ADP • Batch Printing • Sript builder • Report builder • Google or Bing Map view • Map View • Line Chart • Message View • Table View • Instant Chart View • Point Details • Histrogram • Correlation View • Sector Anaylsis • Problem Summary • Multi – Dimension Statistic TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 43. 43 User Interface and Terminology (2/2) [INTRODUCTION] Project Explorer Document List GIS Task Window Message View • Place holder for projects and remote projects • Documents are the settings of the specific data sources, displayed metrics, and view layouts. • Place holder for mapping data and predicted coverage maps in geo areas • View status of background tasks •Message log contains the message generated from the current operation TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 44. 44 Data Organization and Management [INTRODUCTION] Project Name DataSets <TD> ”user defined name” Imported measurment attribute #1 Imported measurment attribute #2 Imported measurment attribute #3 Import measurem......................... DATASET: A dataset is created when importing one or more raw measurement data files and are organized according to certain attributes. COMPOSITE: Processed data from one for more datasets of a project can be logically combined into a composite set. Composite TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 45. [ ] 45 TEMS DISCOVERY ENTERPRISE MODULE 2: DATA PREPARATION TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 46. 46 Module 2 Objectives  After completing this module you will be able to:  Create a new project  Import measurment data  Import network configuration  Import mapping data  Understand the organization and management of data within a project [DATA PREPARATION] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 47. 47 Importing Data [DATA PREPARATION] • Scanning Measurement Data • Phone Measurement Data • Network Measurement Data (uplink) • IP capture • Network Configuration • GIS Data • Coverage Predictions • Antenna Diagram • Project • Geo Area TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 48. 48 Composite Data Set [DATA PREPARATION] Static Composite  Multiple datasets and/or mobile data can be combined to form a super dataset  Snap shot in time Dynamic Composite  Grouped by certain criteria  Only add data when a certain criteria is applied TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 49. Time & Geo Binning of data (1/2)  Time binning during data import  Frame level resolution  Smart selection - No binning for event-triggered messages - Binning for periodical messages  Geo-binning  Distance binning  Grid binning  Per-region mixed resolution (example: fine resolution in dense urban areas and coarse resolution in rural areas) 49 [DATA PREPARATION] 2 second time binned 50m Geo binned TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 50. 50 Data Organization within a Project (1/2) [DATA PREPARATION] Project Name Explorer: Dataset / Cells / GIS Filtering: Data or Listing Archives Composites DataSet Delta Metric TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 51. 51 Data Organization within a Project (2/2) [DATA PREPARATION] Scripts & Events TEMS Discovery Frame DataSets <TD> ”user defined name” Imported measurment attribute TEMS Discovery Metric Events TEMS Discovery Frame: Multiple TEMS Discovery metrics make up a TD frame. TEMS Discovery Metric: An information element or parameter from a certain measurement data source. TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 52. [ ] 52 MODULE 3: DATA ANALYSIS
  • 53. 53 Objectives  After completing this module you will be able to:  Understand the usage of different views, tables and charts  Define configurations of different views, tables and charts  Understand the organization of the different layout views  Understand the usage of multiple data sources  Perform analysis of measurement data [DATA ANAYLSIS] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 54. Data Extraction & Reporting Module 4 54 Data Anaylsis Overview [DATA ANAYLSIS]  Map View  Google ™ or Bing Maps ™  Time Series Chart  Message View  Table View  Instant Chart  Point Details  Histogram  Correlation View  Sector Statistics TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 55. [ ] 55 MODULE 3: DATA ANALYSIS REVIEW
  • 56. 56 Data Anaylsis Windows [DATA ANAYLSIS] Old New RNC TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 57. 57 TEMS Investigation 12.0, September 2010, © Ascom Practical exercises…. [DATA ANAYLSIS] Data Anaylsis Windows
  • 58. [ ] 58 MODULE 4: DATA ANALYSIS
  • 59. 59 Objectives  After completing this module you will be able to:  Understand how to filter data based on certain criteria  Understand how to create reports  Define and understand an Analysis Set  Have the basic understand on how to build reports  Have an overview of the scripting [DATA EXTRACTION & REPORTING] TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 60. Conventional reporting • Map View • Time series chart • Table view • Histograms All presentations can be divided into a presentation (multiple representation), as well as output to a separate monitor 60 Presentation window data (1/2) TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom
  • 61. Special kinds of data • Message view • Point Details • Metric Correlation • Instant Chart • Sector Statistic • Problem Summary • Multi-Dimension Statistic 61 Presentation window data (2/2) TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom
  • 62. 62 Module 3 : Data Preparation and organization TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom
  • 63. 63 Creating new project TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom Steps to create new project: • Right click on Active project tab in project explorer window and click on ‘New Project’ • In project properties give a title to the project • Select the Geo area and GIS maps as required.
  • 64. 64 Importing log files TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom TEMS Discovery Device supports the import of native drive test data from the major drive test tool vendors. • Adding/ Deleting files • Project selection and assigning data set • Setting configuration import ( for ex: disabling binning/ editing binning time)
  • 65. Site data can be imported as network configuration files. TEMS Discovery Device supports import of cell configuration data from multiple network planning tool and drive test tool vendors TEMS Discovery supports various network configuration file formats. After the configuration is done and clicked Import, the task will be placed into the task queue for scheduling, and its status will be indicated in the Task window. After the data is imported, the imported data will be listed in Data Explorer- Cells 65 Import network configuration TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom Cell file format Target project
  • 66. 66 Creating network configuration file (1/2) TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom To import a text delimited network configuration file, the following procedures must be completed. 1. Prepare Network configuration file- The network configuration will be a text delimited file(.csv format). The file must contain certain parameters. A sample of a network configuration file is shown below. SiteNo SectorID Longitude Latitude Radius Sector Width Azimuth Model LAC CI Ant High Terrain Tilt TYPE BSIC BCCH Site1 Site1_O 120.9445 -40.88181 0.2 360 360 Repeater 16761 40422 62 0 0 0 60 85 Site12 Site12_O 120.9552 -40.8872 0.2 360 360 Repeater 16761 40422 62 0 0 0 60 85
  • 67. 67 TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom 2. Set General Configuration- After the network configuration file is well formatted, start defining the column delimiters and create mapping between the source file and TEMS Discovery's internal parameters. 3. Create Mapping- Create mapping between source fields and TEMS Discovery's internal data structure by dragging-and-dropping a source field from the list into the spreadsheet on the right side. Creating network configuration file (2/2)
  • 68. 68 Import GIS data TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom Adding/Removing layers of map Select a geographic area
  • 69. 69 Data organization within a project(1/4) TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom Project Name Explorer: Dataset / Cells / GIS Data Filters Data sources window DataSet  The Data Explorer organizes project data into three categories: Dataset, Cells and GIS. Each object in the Data Explorer can be dragged-and- dropped into multiple views.
  • 70. The Dataset tab displays drive test data in three logical groups: • Archive • Composite • Dataset Except for the archives, each group is in a tree view layout that can be drilled down to the metric level. 70 Data organization within a project(2/4) TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom
  • 71. 71 Data organization within a project(3/4) TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  The Cells tab is the logical display of network configurations, sector groups, and sector filter expressions
  • 72. 72 Data organization within a project(4/4) TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  The GIS/Coverage Map tab lists all GIS data associated with the current project.  The GIS data can be displayed in the Map view by dragging-and-dropping, or by choosing it from its pop-up menu.  Before dragging the GIS image/map to the Map View, user can define the translucency for the image/map for rendering.
  • 73. 73 Module 4 : Data analysis TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom
  • 74. 74 Organization of Layout TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom Point details Different view windows
  • 75. 75 Data filtering TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom The Data Filters option will filter what data can be analyzed and displayed. Sector group. If a sector group is selected, only the data at the location that is covered by the sectors in the sector group will be considered. Condition. If one or multiple condition expressions are selected, the data to be considered must also meet the condition Event set. If an event set is selected, the data to be considered must also meet the condition defined in the event set Region. If a filter region is selected, only the data within the defined region will be considered
  • 76. 76 Displaying data on the map TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom Honeycomb metric tool Map control Sectioning Map Offset, size and direction metric Ruler User Defined region -UDR
  • 77. 77 Map – cell radius analysis TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  Cell Radius analysis can be used to either see the Top 1 sector coverage or the sector specific coverage.  Click on settings and in the Cell Radius Analysis Dialog box, user can define what to analyze and how it is to be displayed.  The Top 1 coverage is the coverage where that particular cell has the best coverage whereas the sector specific coverage displays the entire coverage of that cell. Top 1 Coverage Sector Specific Coverage
  • 78. Cell Site sectors can be displayed by different color codes indicating different values of the parameter like PSC. Right click on the cell site file -> Edit view option. Go to Pie tab and select the carrier parameter as required. Select the pre-defined plot band to select the specific color coding. PSC in this case. 78 Map- cell site sector color coding TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom
  • 79. 79 Map - top 1 sector coverage TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  This feature is used to display the Top 1 coverage of the sectors of the cell site.  Displays either the Color Data Points or ray lines.  Selecting Color Data Points will color the data points according to the color scheme selected for the cell site sectors.  Selecting Ray Lines will show rays emerging from sectors to the data points where it had Top 1 coverage.
  • 80. 80 Map – user defined region (UDR) TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  TEMS Discovery allows the user to draw user-defined regions (UDRs), or to choose area features from the terrain vector data.  UDR is mainly used for data filtering.  To draw an UDR, select UDR drawing on the map view and select polygon. Mark the area on the map and save it. Continue in this way to create multiple UDRs  Note: A polygon is a single UDR or a part of an UDR. Multiple polygons can be combined into a single UDR.
  • 81. Data binning  Time binning during data import Frame level resolution Smart selection - No binning for event-triggered messages - Binning for periodic messages • Geo-binning Distance binning Grid binning Per-region mixed resolution (example: fine resolution in dense urban areas and coarse resolution in rural areas) 81 TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom Map – Displaying binned data
  • 82. Geo-binning can be performed on the fly Drag and drop any metric on map view Go to Dataset tab and click on Geo Bin Enable on-fly geolocation binning Choose bin size Select either: • Location grid: bin size (200x200 m in this case) • Route distance: one sample every 200 meters After selecting a binning type, click the refresh button the map to display binned data 82 TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom Geolocation binning
  • 83. 83 TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom Geolocation binning example GRID BINNING DISTANCE BINNING
  • 84. Delta plot helps to generate delta metrics between any given metric pair. To create, click on Delta/Special –type- Grid-binned Metrics generator in the data explorer. Select the metrics needed for delta plot on both windows as shown here. (Selected Sc.Aggr Ec for WCDMA PSC scanning in this case). Select the appropriate plot band and save it. After the delta metric is generated, it will listed in the Data Explorer- Data 84 Delta plots TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom
  • 85. • Seamless import of TEMS Pocket and TEMS Investigation maps and logfiles • Logfiles, bitmap floor plan images, and metadata all in one zip file • Simply drag and drop metric into Map View and the metric is displayed on the corresponding floor plan image • Simple three-step geolocation of map and measurements • Repositioning of indoor waypoints to improve the appearance of the measurements on the map 85 TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom Indoor mapping functionality
  • 86. Point details lets user display multiple parameters/metrics at one point. Move the cursor to the Map View, Table View or Message, information Point Details will vary synchronously. Point details settings: User can define the metrics to be displayed 86 Point details TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom
  • 87. 87 Instant chart TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom The Instant Chart View provides a convenient way to view the instant information of the selected metrics with respect to a group-by key metric. Features include: • Multiple configurations • Instant bar chart view with optional Table View • Multiple chart space and multiple metrics • Fixed or metric-based coloring
  • 88. 88 Table view TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  Table View provides a tabular display of multiple metrics and events  Contains mandatory fields (time, date, latitude and longitude).  Other metrics/events can be added as required.  Can be exported to Excel or text delimited files.
  • 89. 89 Histogram TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  Histogram View is for graphical display of metric data showing the proportion of data that falls into each specific plot band.  Metric data can be shown as a bar graph, a 2D pie chart, or a 3D pie chart.  In the Histogram view options, user can select the type of the statistics attributes to be displayed along with optional PDF and CDF data.
  • 90. Time-series Chart displays how the values of radio parameters evolve over time. Several parameters can be plotted in the same chart to enable quick inspection of correlation 90 Time series chart TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom
  • 91. 91 Correlation view TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  Metric correlation enables the indication of a linear/nonlinear relationship between two metrics.  Consider the plot shown here. It shows a correlation between ranked CPICH RSCP and ranked Ec/Io for a WCDMA data set.  This can be an useful plot to determine the quality of the pilot channel and signal strength relation for this dataset Good RSCP and Good Ec/Io Good RSCP and Poor Ec/Io Poor RSCP and Poor Ec/Io Good Ec/Io and Poor RSCP
  • 92. The Message View contains two panels. The left-hand panel is a spreadsheet that lists the messages in time sequence, and the right- hand panel displays detailed information of the selected message at the left. Messages can be filtered based on device and/or frame like WCDMA NAS signaling, WCDMA RRC signaling. 92 messages TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom
  • 93. It displays the user-defined message flow cycle in diagram form. A message cycle can be built from the Layer 3 signaling messages listed in the message summary view, based on the user-defined message cycle configuration. In the configuration define the start of event and end of event. Also displays the time delay pair between any selected pair of message/event. 93 Message flow diagram TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom
  • 94. 94 Sector statistics TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  Sector statistics can display sector by sector averaged parameters or events
  • 95. 95 Multi-Dimension Statistic View TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  Multi dimension Statistic View displays on-demand statistical data for multiple metrics in multiple user-selected dimensions.  The user can filter data by using the built-in dimensions device attributes, time and date, UDR, cell configuration or user defined dimension.  Statistical aggregation methods including mean, max, min, count, standard deviation etc.
  • 96. 96 Problem summary view TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  This view summarizes device problems based on predefined or user-configurable problem sets like dropped calls, handover failures, etc.  Can select either all devices or only the one with problems  All problem-related information can be saved to Excel.
  • 97. Go to Tools -> Report Template Builder/ Problem Set Builder. Two columns are needed. The first column defines problem description, and the second defines the problem data source. (i.e. metric value source). Select Report type as single value and description as Count. Save it as problem set. Now the problem set will be available in the Problem Set Definition drop down menu in the Problem Summary View. 97 Creating problem summary view TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom
  • 98. A log file can be replayed in TEMS Discovery. After creating a project, go to any metrics and drag and drop on the map view or any other view. Select any data point. Next, enter the replay speed in the replay option as shown. Click on the Play forward button and the log file will be replayed. 98 Replaying a log file TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom Replay Options
  • 99. 99 Module 4: data extraction and reporting TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom
  • 100. 100 Data extracting and reporting TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom Explorer Filtering • Sector group • Conditions • Event Set • Geographical Region • Date • Defined Problems Reporting • RAN Reports • Acceptance Reports • KPI Reports • Region Reports • User Defined Analysis: [Analysis Set] pre/user defined Problem Summary
  • 101. Right click on the data set and select generate report In the Report Generation window, select the report template as required and click on generate report. A new excel sheet will pop up as the report with the required analysis. 101 Report generation TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom
  • 102. 102 Report template builder (1/2) TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  Based on Office Excel format  Simple drag and drop  All supported metrics  Charts  Tables  Maps  Correlation of data
  • 103. 103 Report template builder (2/2) TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom Apply Restrictions Apply Conditions Apply Attributes UDR Filtering
  • 104. 104 Report template builder- example chart type TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  Definition of the Chart type is done within the report • Same Chart types as offered by Excel (line, stacked, 3D, etc.)  The Chart X-scale depends on the configured plot-band  Define Plot band will overwrite configured plot-bands  One chart can contain multiple graphs • Just drag and drop two values to the chart. -25 -20 -15 -10 -5 0 [Min, -18) [-18, -15) [-15, -13) [-13, -11) [-11, -9) [-9, - 7) [-7, - 5) [-5, 0) [0, Max] A1 EcIo
  • 105. 105 Report template builder- table with UDR Filtering TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  Create a report template by manually entering information as shown in the figure  On the map draw 3 polygons and save each as an UDR (R1, R2 & R3)  Assign cluster index value (1,2 and 3) to each UDR  Drag and drop metric Categorized RSCP A1 in the 1st cell under RSCP header  In the pop-up window select “Single Value” as report type and “Mean” as descriptive  Click on Additional Options tab and select
  • 106. 106 Report template builder- Table with UDR Filtering TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  Enter a value of 1 corresponding to cluster R1  Repeat the process for other metrics by selecting the appropriate metric and using cluster index values (2,3) for clusters R2 and R3  Save the report template and run it against dataset/composite  Output will be average values of RSCP, Ec/No and UE Tx Power per cluster
  • 107. 107 Report template builder- table with Stats data TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  Create a report template by manually entering information as shown in the figure  Drag and drop metric Categorized RSCP A1 in the 1st cell under RSCP header  In the pop-up window select “Statistic Data” as report type and “Mean” as descriptive  Repeat the procedure for other metrics  Drag and drop metric Cell ID - UMTS (Phone-based)].[Serving Sector] and select report type as “CorrelationKey”
  • 108. 108 Report template builder- table with stats data TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  Save the report template and run it against dataset/composite  Output will be average values of RSCP, Ec/No and Active Set Size per Cell
  • 109. 109 Report template builder- example map type TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom • To display more than one Metric in a Map just drag and drop second Metric • Print Area is set in Project properties (can be overwritten)
  • 110. 110 Report template builder- repetition feature TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  Repetition feature is used to generate a report with repetitive information (e.g., for each cluster UDR).  Right click on first cell and click on Repetition in Report.  Set the Repetition Flag – It is the placeholder which will be replaced by the Repetition key during report generation.  Repetition Key- Several options: • Cluster UDR • Polygon attribute • Device attribute • Metric Group • Metric
  • 111. TEMS Discovery has a feature in the report template builder which allows user to create a Microsoft Power Point or Word document report directly. Creating in template builder • Select and drop the metrics in the template area. • In the report type options window, select the settings as per requirement. • Add a Unique ID to that metric as shown here. • Save the report as usual. 111 Creating power point/ word doc report (1/2) TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom
  • 112. 112 Creating power point/ word doc report (2/2) TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom • Now open a new blank power point presentation. • Reference the metric using the unique ID that was used while creating report template. Example: {image:RSCP1.jpg}. • Save this presentation with the same name as that of the report and save it in the folder path shown here. The path can be found in the Configuration-> options menu. Go to the reporting template folder at this path and save the presentation. • Select the project now, select the generate report option and choose the report file (.xlsx file). The presentation file will be created.  In similar way, word document report can be created too.
  • 113. 113 Script builder (1/3) TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  Used for problem finding, analysis, and reporting  Automated problem finding  Written in C# Language  Extract data from messages  Apply customized algorithms
  • 114. 114 Script builder (2/3) TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom Script Types • Advance Metric & Events: It allows the user to define multiple new metrics, events and event information (associated with each new event). • Condition Expression: It allows the user to define certain criteria(s) that needs to be fulfilled in order to view only subsets of measurement data. (or to determine if it should be included in statistics and reports). • Customer Metric: It allows the user to define a single metric. • Global Parameter: It allows the user to associate a whole measurement file (per device) with a specific metric value. Examples • Advance Metric & Events: Measure the time between two layer 3 messages and create an new event if that time is longer than a certain time period. • Condition Expression: Display or report only coverage below a certain signal strength. • Customer Metric: Aggregate a specific network configuration parameter broadcasted (in system information messages) into a new metric. • Global Parameter: A measurement (per device) is associated (‘tagged’) with a specific combination of MCC and MNC.
  • 115. 115 Script builder (3/3) TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom Script Syntax Data Source Building Blocks of the Script
  • 116. 116 Automatic data processing (ADP) (1/5) TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  ADP is an advanced configurable function that monitors newly arrived drive test data, automatically imports the data, generates reports, deposits the reports to a specified location, and/or sends the reports via email.  Creating a new ADP task is a four step process New task button
  • 117. Step 1: File Monitor • Here, the user specifies the folders to be monitored by this ADP task. • The folders can either be local file folder or from a FTP server • If you are creating an ADP task only for output purposes, then skip this step. 117 Automatic data processing (ADP) (2/5) TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom
  • 118. 118 Automatic data processing (ADP) (3/5) TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  Step 2: Output Data Source Project and dataset folders under the monitored Project Root Folder The output from the existing projects/data sets When you select/unselect a tree node on one tree, TEMS Discovery will automatically select or unselect the corresponding node on the other tree if there is one on the other tree.
  • 119. Step 3: Output Scheduler • In this step, you can define the scheduling parameters as per requirements. • For example, user can define the schedule date range or the schedule time to monitor the project folder. • The user can also define the output data grouping options such as output frequency, output per device etc. 119 Automatic data processing (ADP) (4/5) TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom
  • 120. 120 Automatic data processing (ADP) (5/5) TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom  Step 4: Output type • In this step, user can specify whether the output data is to be sent to Batch PDF files and/or Report files. • User also have the option to send the output file to the email recipients specified in the Email template.
  • 121. 121 Additional features TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom
  • 122. Data binning  Time binning during data import Frame level resolution Smart selection - No binning for event-triggered messages - Binning for periodic messages • Geo-binning Distance binning Grid binning Per-region mixed resolution (example: fine resolution in dense urban areas and coarse resolution in rural areas) 122 TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom
  • 123. Line of sight between two points in Map View is possible with terrain elevation data User can download the maps with heights from the Internet using built- in links 123 LINE-OF-SIGHT TOOL TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom
  • 124. Preloaded antenna pattern can be displayed for each antenna 124 Antenna pattern viewer TEMS Discovery Device Training, July 2016 © Ascom
  • 125. 125 Data Extraction & Reporting [DATA EXTRACTION & REPORTING] Explorer Filtering • Sector group • Conditions • Event Set • Geographical Region • Date • Defined Problems Reporting • RAN Reports • Acceptance Reports • KPI Reports • Region Reports • User Defined Analysis: [Analysis Set] pre/user defined Problem Summary TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 126. 126 TEMS Investigation 12.0, September 2010, © Ascom Practical exercises…. Data Extraction & Reporting [DATA EXTRACTION & REPORTING]
  • 127. Scipt Builder (1/2) [DATA EXTRACTION & REPORTING] • Used for problem finding, analysis, and reporting • Automated problem finding • Written in C# Language • Extract data from messages • Apply customized algorithms TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 128. Scipt Builder (2/2) [DATA EXTRACTION & REPORTING] Script Types • Advance Metric & Events: It allows the user to define multiple new metrics, events and event information (associated with each new event). • Condition Expression: It allows the user to define certain criteria(s) that needs to be fulfilled in order to view only subsets of measurement data. (or to determine if it should be included in statistics and reports). • Customer Metric: It allows the user to define a single metric. • Global Parameter: It allows the user to associate a whole measurement file (per device) with a specific metric value. Examples • Advance Metric & Events: Measure the time between two layer 3 messages and create an new event if that time is longer than a certain time period. • Condition Expression: Display or report only coverage below a certain signal strength. • Customer Metric: Aggregate a specific network configuration parameter broadcasted (in system information messages) into a new metric. • Global Parameter: A measurement (per device) is associated (‘tagged’) with a specific combination of MCC and MNC. TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 129. Report Template Builder [DATA EXTRACTION & REPORTING] • Based on Office Excel format • Simple drag and drop • All supported metrics • Charts • Tables • Maps • Correlation of data TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 130. [ ] 130 TEMS™ DISCOVERY PROFESSIONAL TRAINING REVIEW
  • 131. Report Template Builder [DATA EXTRACTION & REPORTING] Apply Restrictions Apply Conditions Apply Attributes UDR Filtering TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 132. Scipt Builder [DATA EXTRACTION & REPORTING] Script Syntax Data Source Building Blocks of the Script TEMS Discovery Enterprise, March, 2016 © InfoVista
  • 133. 133 TEMS Investigation 12.0, September 2010, © Ascom Practical exercises/use cases…. Data Extraction & Reporting [DATA EXTRACTION & REPORTING]
  • 134. [ ] 134 MODULE 6: FOCUS ON LTE-A AND VOLTE ANALYSIS
  • 137. 137 TEMS Investigation 12.0, September 2010, © Ascom LTE Network Evolution Business Drivers
  • 138. 138 TEMS Investigation 12.0, September 2010, © Ascom LTE-A High level walkthrough
  • 139. 139 TEMS Investigation 12.0, September 2010, © Ascom Cost/benefit evaluation of LTE-A features
  • 140. 140 TEMS Investigation 12.0, September 2010, © Ascom LTE-A features
  • 141. 141 TEMS Investigation 12.0, September 2010, © Ascom LTE UE categories (1/2)
  • 143. 143 TEMS Investigation 12.0, September 2010, © Ascom
  • 144. 144 TEMS Investigation 12.0, September 2010, © Ascom
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  • 146. 146 TEMS Investigation 12.0, September 2010, © Ascom LTE-A UE Capability UE-EUTRA Capability Information Element
  • 147. 147 Carrier Aggregation for LTE Introduction
  • 148. 148 Carrier Aggregation for LTE Different Types of CA
  • 149. 149 Carrier Aggregation for LTE Functionality
  • 150. 150 Voice Handling in LTE Solutions
  • 151. 151 VoLTE Deployment - RAN Impact 3GPP LTE Bearers (GBR and non-GBR)
  • 152. 152 VoLTE – Header compression
  • 153. 153 VoLTE Deployment - RAN Impact TTI Bundling
  • 154. 154 VoLTE Deployment - RAN Impact TTI Bundling

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  5. What is a report and script package? The report and script package is an out-of-the-box package for solving a specific task including: Reports KPI calculations Root cause diagnostics Pre-defined mobile dashboards and analysis view ------------- o ----------------- Packages in TEMS Discovery Q2 releases VoLTE package VoLTE KPI Report Statistical data related to session setup and completion, VoLTE client registration to IMS server and RTP statistics related to jitter, throughput and delays LTE RRC and HO statistics related to RRC Connections and intra-frequency handovers. RAN and IP Configuration Analysis Walk through all protocol layer from the RF to application and analyzing settings and suggestions for improvements for optimal VoLTE performance Capacity Analysis Present number of VoLTE calls (uplink/downlink) given current configuration and cell performance (max, typical, cell edge) UE Battery Optimization Analyzing the DRX settings and suggest improvements Analyzing that the scheduling is done in an optimal way for VoLTE, otherwise suggest improvements Analyzing CSI/SRS allocation and suggest improvements Indoor package Antenna Validation RF Carrier levels @ antenna Carrier levels per polarization? Carrier levels per LTE MIMO Tx Port Top 10 samples of SC/PCIx vs. all samples average Swapped feeder detection Coverage analysis Macro/Indoor/Small cell RACH Link Balance Neighbor List Pilot Pollution Handover analysis SHO Transition Zones Hard Handoffs Inter-RAT Handoffs Small Cell Handoffs KPI reporting Accessibility Retainability Integrity Benchmarking package FTP File Throughput FTP Sample Throughput HTTP File Throughput HTTP Sample Throughput General AMR Calls Statistics P.862.1 Speech Quality Setup Time Distribution Speech Codec Distribution Handover Statistics (GSM) RxLev Distribution RxQual Distribution PS Bearer and Attach Statistics Data Technology Usage WCDMA Handover HSDPA Statistics Pilot Pollution Primary CPICH Uplink Transmission Power Ping WCDMA – Root Cause Diagnostic package Over shooter Swapped feeder High latency
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  7. Improved Map functionality Google or Bing as online map. Google or Bing map in Report generation Enhanced Composite functionality Make it possible to isolate logfiles with certain events or thresholds in the Composite collection On-the-fly geographic binning to create “Heat Map” on any metrics and events. Make it possible to add geographic binning to map without going through the steps of first generating the bins and then adding it to the map. IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) support for TEMS logfiles collected from Qualcomm-chipset based  devices. TEMS Investigation 15.0 Support Rohde & Schwarz ROMES Support for R&S scanner and other tool vendors using this format like P3
  8. Data Streaming 50+ additional Data Streaming IEs and events Enhanced MIMO support for PCTEL scanners More than 20 IE's added. Collected using PCTEL collection tools, Clarify or Seahawk WCDMA Root Cause Analysis Over shooter, Swapped Feeder, High Latency VoLTE package VoLTE KPI Report Statistical data related to session setup and completion, VoLTE client registration to IMS server and RTP statistics related to jitter, throughput and delays LTE RRC and HO statistics related to RRC Connections and intra-frequency handovers. RAN and IP Configuration Analysis Walk through all protocol layer from the RF to application and analyzing settings and suggestions for improvements for optimal VoLTE performance Capacity Analysis Present number of VoLTE calls (uplink/downlink) given current configuration and cell performance (max, typical, cell edge) UE Battery Optimization Analyzing the DRX settings and suggest improvements Analyzing that the scheduling is done in an optimal way for VoLTE, otherwise suggest improvements Analyzing CSI/SRS allocation and suggest improvements Indoor package Antenna Validation RF Carrier levels @ antenna Carrier levels per polarization? Carrier levels per LTE MIMO Tx Port Top 10 samples of SC/PCIx vs. all samples average Swapped feeder detection Coverage analysis Macro/Indoor/Small cell RACH Link Balance Neighbor List Pilot Pollution Handover analysis SHO Transition Zones Hard Hand-offs Inter-RAT Hand-offs Small Cell Hand-offs KPI reporting Accessibility Retainability Integrity Benchmarking package FTP File Throughput FTP Sample Throughput HTTP File Throughput HTTP Sample Throughput General AMR Calls Statistics P.862.1 Speech Quality Setup Time Distribution Speech Codec Distribution Handover Statistics (GSM) RxLev Distribution RxQual Distribution PS Bearer and Attach Statistics Data Technology Usage WCDMA Handover HSDPA Statistics Pilot Pollution Primary CPICH Uplink Transmission Power Ping
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  19. Map view: The Map View is a multilayer display that can show multiple data sets, multiple cell configurations, and multiple GIS in the same view. Time series view: The Time-series Chart displays how the values of radio parameters evolve over time. Several parameters can be plotted in the same chart to enable quick inspection of correlation. Table view: Table View provides a tabular display of multiple metrics and events, and the data can be exported to Excel or MapInfo MID/MIF. Histograms: The Histogram View is for graphical display of metric data showing the proportion of data that falls into each specific plot band. The graphical display of metric data can be shown as a bar graph, a 2D pie chart, or a 3D pie chart
  20. Message View: The Message View contains two panels. The left-hand panel is a spreadsheet that lists the messages in time sequence, and the right-hand panel displays detailed information of the selected message at the left. Point Details: The Point Details View provides a convenient overview of detailed information from a particular time or location. By moving the cursor into the Map View and Time Chart, or by changing the row selection in the spreadsheet of the Message View and Table View, the detailed information will be displayed in the point details pane. Metric correlation: Metric correlation enables the indication of a linear/nonlinear relationship between two metrics. Instant chart: The Instant Chart View is a user-configurable view for graphical display of a set of array data. Sector statistics view: The Sector Statistic View displays a metric per sector binning; its functions are similar to those of the Table View. Problem Summary: This view summarizes device problems based on predefined or user-configurable problem sets (dropped calls, handover failures, etc.) Multi- Dimension statistic: Multi dimension Statistic View displays on-demand statistical data for multiple metrics in multiple user-selected dimensions
  21. TEMS Discovery can import the following data formats: TEMS Log (TEMS Investigation, TEMS Pocket, TEMS Automatic) QVoice Symphony JDSU AOD/SD5 Qualcomm Nemo Outdoor, Nemo Handy PCTel Scanner Wave File Generic Text File (Delimited)
  22. TEMS Discovery can import network configuration files of the following formats: TEMS .cel or .xml files for GSM and WCDMA. These files can be imported directly without requiring additional mapping by the user. ACTIX™ cellref. These files can be imported directly without requiring additional mapping by the user. ASSET™ .xml files for GSM and WCDMA. These files can be imported directly without requiring additional mapping by the user. ATOLL™ .xml files. These files can be imported directly without requiring additional mapping by the user. Ericsson Bulk CM files. These files can be imported directly without requiring additional mapping by the user. Text delimited files. Any text delimited file can be imported, although a first-time parameter mapping must be done by the user. Afterward, the mapping configuration can be saved and shared across multiple users for future import.
  23. Prepare Network configuration file: The file MUST contain the following network information: ·    Cell site ID ·    Cell site location ·    Sector ID ·    Sector location, if it differs from the cell site location ·    Sector azimuth   The file should PREFERABLY contain the following information, as well: ·    Cell site cluster ·    Cell site type ·    Sector antenna type ·    Sector horizontal beamwidth ·    Sector vertical beamwidth ·    Sector antenna height ·    Sector mechanical down tilt ·    Sector electronic down tilt ·    Sector neighbor list   For each technology, the file can have certain parameters. For complete list refer to user guide or help section of TDD.
  24. General Configuration The network configurations can be contained in one file, or separated into several files. For example, one file can contain cell site information, another file can contain sector information, and a third file can contain carrier information. If multiple files are used for the network configuration, uncheck All information is in a single file, and click Site File, Sector File, and Carrier File to identify the corresponding file. The preview spreadsheet displays the first 50 lines of the Site file. Select the correct column delimiter and data array delimited to preview the source file. Create Mapping When creating mapping, all of the parameters in the Mandatory spreadsheet must be mapped to the source field. Parameters in the Preferred spreadsheet are preferred, but not required; be aware that missing some preferred parameters could make certain TEMS Discovery functions unavailable. In Others, map any source field to a user-defined internal parameter; the user-defined parameters are primarily used for display purposes.
  25. Select single or multiple GIS data files in various formats, then select or enter a new geo folder in the field, and click Import. The import task will be placed into the task queue for scheduling, and its status will be indicated in the Task Window. After the data is imported, the imported data will be listed in the GIS List and the GIS/Coverage Map tab in the Data Explorer.
  26. The Dataset tab displays drive test data in three logical groups: Archive. Datasets that have been compressed and stored in the disk as .ZIP files to save space. Composite. Multiple datasets/mobiles that have been combined to construct logical datasets/mobiles. Datasets. Drive test data that has been processed (binned) from the source data. The hierarchy of the data is: Dataset > Mobile Group > Mobile > Frame > Metric.
  27. Network Configuration. Each project can contain multiple scenarios of network configurations. Each scenario can have multiple versions and will have a "Base" version of network configurations by default. You can modify the base version and save it to multiple derived versions. From the tree view, you can drill down any scenario of network configurations from cell site to carrier parameters Sector Group. You can select some particular sectors and form a sector group with a name. This sector group can be highlighted in the Map View for viewing, or used to filter drive test data for analyzing. Sector Filter Expression. The Sector Filter Expression is a logical expression that is constructed from the cell site, sector, and carrier parameters. It is used to search sectors that meet a user-defined condition
  28. GIS data can be grouped as follows: Coverage Maps: TEMS Discovery can import a coverage map to a user-defined geo area. Download TerraServer Images/Maps: TEMS Discovery offers direct access to multiple online sources of imagery, topographic maps, and gridded terrain data. Floor Prints: When TEMS Discovery imports indoor drive test data, it will also import any floor prints contained in the indoor data package if the indoor data package contains geo references for the floor prints in the following supported coordinate systems: Lat/Long projection (1) with WGS84 datum (104)     UTM projection (8) with WGS84 datum (104) UDR: TEMS Discovery allows the user to draw user-defined regions (UDRs). UDR is mainly used for data filtering
  29. The Data Filters option is different from the Listing Filters (Non Composite) option. The Data Filters option will not affect the dataset listing in the Data Explorer, but it will affect what data can be analyzed and displayed. Sector group. If a sector group is selected, only the data at the location that is covered by the sectors in the sector group will be considered. Condition. If one or multiple condition expressions are selected, the data to be considered must also meet the condition. Click the Browse button to open the Script Builder, where you can define or edit a condition expression. Event set. If an event set is selected, the data to be considered must also meet the condition defined in the event set. Click the Browse button to open the Event Set Configuration dialog, where you can define or edit an event set. Region. If a filter region is selected, only the data within the defined region will be considered. Consider polygon attribute. If this option is selected, only the data that falls within the polygon with the specified attribute and value will be considered.
  30. The Map View is a multi-layer display that can display multiple datasets, multiple cell configurations, and multiple GIS images or online Map in the same view. Data can be displayed in the Map View in the following ways: ·    Drag-and-drop a data object from the Data Explorer into the Map View. ·    Right-click a data object and choose Send to Map View from the context menu. Cell sites can then be plotted on the map. Cell names, identities, or any other labels can be presented next to the cell site symbol. Clicking a site displays information about it. Some of the useful functions of the Map View: • Spider movement tool: Displays ray lines that link the data point to the appropriate sector for serving and neighboring sites. • Sector coverage tool: Makes it possible to click on a sector to view its coverage. • IntelliSense tool: Displays the information of a data object in a tool tip while moving the mouse over that data object. • Neighbor list IntelliSense tool: Displays ray lines that link to neighboring sectors, when moving the mouse over a sector. • Antenna pattern viewer tool: Makes it possible to click on a sector to view its antenna pattern. • Terrain path profile tool: Displays the terrain path profile when clicking and holding to draw a path.
  31. Steps for Cell Radius Analysis 1. Open a project and in the Map View select a table size of 2 2. One each of the Map View drag and drop a metric as well as the cell configuration 3. To enter cell radius analysis mode, click the Cell Radius Analysis button on the toolbar 4. Select the Settings option to bring up the Cell Radius Analysis configuration dialog, where you can define what to analyze and how it is to be displayed 5. To define metrics for analysis for different technologies, you can drag-and-drop any available metric from the tree view on the left to the spreadsheet on the right. Those defined metrics will be displayed in the Map View if the corresponding sector with the same technology is selected 6. From the dropdown context menu, you can choose to consider only the Top 1 sector coverage, or to consider coverage for a specific sector 7. Now click on a cell to display either the Top 1 sector coverage (area where this cell is the best server) or sector specific coverage (area covered by this cell)
  32. Time Binning If binning is enabled, user can define different binning resolutions for each frame, or use a uniform binning resolution for all of the frames. Note that some frames, such as Layer 3 messages, do not have any defined binning resolution. Geo Binning Binning Method- TEMS Discovery provides two algorithms, by route distance and by location grid, for geo-location binning. If you choose to use route distance binning, the data within the distance of the defined binning size will be binned, whereas if you choose to use location grid binning, the data within the square area of defined binning size will be binned. Binning Type- The default binning type is by the nature of data. TEMS Discovery has pre-defined binning type for each metric by its nature, for example, use LAVG (linear average for Ec/Io, etc.). However, you can select user-defined option and select one of binning type for all the data to be geo-binned. The selectable binning types are: AVG, LAVG, MIN, MAX, COUNT, SUM, FIRST and LAST.
  33. Use Case: Delta plots can be useful in the following cases: Deciding between which of the two devices have better coverage/ signal strength. To see the effect of optimization like down tilting by plotting the delta metric before and after the optimization. Note: Both the metrics used in the delta, must have same geo binning and must have the same drive route.
  34. Point detail configuration: Number of predefined configuration available User can create their own configuration. Click on new configuration and define it by dragging and dropping the required metrics for different technologies.
  35. In instant Chart view, user defined metrics or existing metrics can be displayed. Click the Config Panel button. Then, click the Sub-view Size button  to create new layouts or edit existing layouts by dragging-and-dropping Instant Chart component content from the left panel to the right panel. The Edit Content button  is a shortcut that opens the Instant Chart Component Content dialog for editing the selected component content on the left panel.
  36. If the option Generate statistic data along with Table View is set to true in Options, the statistic report of the metric will displayed in addition to measurement data.
  37. For the Histogram view, various statistical attribute can be used. For example, Min/max, Mean, Standard deviation and count. Apart from this, color settings allows to select the color for the bars and for the background. The bar chart can be converted to 2D and 3D pie charts.
  38. Important time chart features include: Zooming and panning Events shown Multiple (up to 6 x 5) synchronized subviews in each chart Color coding of the metrics is displayed The user can place a label with user-defined text in the chart The Time-series Chart display can be printed and saved as an image file
  39. For messages, different message color code are used. This color code can be selected based on case sensitive keywords or based on signaling messages. In the message coloring configuration, color codes for different messages are defined. It can be change if required. The message summary as the detail view messages can also be exported to a text file.
  40. Message Cycle Configuration The message cycle is defined in the Message Cycle Configuration dialog. This dialog is accessed by clicking the  button in the Message Flow Diagram toolbar. Options are: The message cycle starts with a message/event that contains any of the text phrases listed in the column Start Message/Event Contains. The message cycle ends with a message/event that contains any of the text phrases listed in the column End Message/Event Contains. All the messages/events in between the start and end of the message cycle will contain any of the text phrases listed in the column Other Message/Event Contains. The message time delay will be calculated based on the message pair defined in the Time Delay Message Pair sheet. Each row represents one message pair. After the configuration, click on the Up or Down arrow keys which displays the previous or next message cycle for the selected configuration.
  41. Use Case: Example for RSRP and RS-CINR values as per /date/polygon/cell/RSRQ sample for LTE. 1. Open a project and go to Views and select Multi Dimension Statistics View 2. Drag-and-drop one or more metrics from the data explorer into the grid or chart control in the right pane to display the view 3. Select Aggregation Methods for each measurement and set Time Group Interval equal to Date 4. Click the refresh button in the grid and statistics/date will be displayed for the whole drive route. Selecting metrics in a column displays them as a chart in the bottom window 5. Now go to Dimensions tab and select UDR as a dimension. 6. Click on the refresh button in the grid and now statistics will be displayed per date/polygon. None indicates the area which doesn't fall under any polygon 7. Now go back to Dimensions tab and select cell configuration as a dimension and click on the refresh button on the grid. This time statistics are displayed /date/polygon/cell 8. Drag and drop a metric from the data explorer into Specific Dimension window and again click on the refresh button in the grid. Now statistics are displayed per date/polygon/cell/selected metric as a dimension. In this example RSRP and RS-CINR values are obtained /date/polygon/cell/RSRQ sample
  42. Report types available with Report Builder: Single values of metrics with statistical parameters such as count, mean, min, max, linear average, standard deviations, variance, sum, first, duration, unique count, and more Histogram charts with statistical parameters such as “% of total,” “% meeting condition,” count, unique count, linear average, mean, min, max, sum, first, duration, unique, and more Trend charts with periodicity of hour, day, week, and month Map Views with options for cell configuration, GIS data, and output area range Sector-by-sector statistics File-by-file statistics
  43. Report Types Chart. Defines a specific TEMS Discovery chart. Correlation Chart. Defines a correlation chart between a pair of metrics. Correlation Key. Defines a correlated metric to generate a chart or statistic data. Map View. Defines a Map View report. Multi-dimension Statistic View. Defines a Multi-dimension Statistics report. Name. Places the name of the dragged item into the target cell. Single Value. Differentiates between a Chart and a Statistic Data report. This type of report definition produces one final value. SetGlobal. Defines a global value (a single value or an array of value) generated from a metric's data. This global value can be retrieved by the GetGlobal flag. Be aware that SetGlobal must be defined after GetGlobalFlag in the report template. In other words, if the GetGlobal flag is defined in row number 10, the corresponding SetGlobal flag must be defined in a row number that is greater than 10. Statistic Data. Defines a Statistic Data report. Tabular. Defines a Tabular data report. Trend Chart. Defines a Trend Chart report. Apply Attributes Device Attributes are unique per device and log-file They are used often in Report for grouping and filtering results. E.g. in Benchmarking for Operator Attributes can be set: At Import, e.g. in ADP Global Edit device Attributes: Assign an Attribute based on another Attribute Auto Assign Device Attributes: Assign an Attributed based on the file name and/or Import folder name.
  44. Repetition in Report: 1. Open a project and display any metric and cell sites on the map view 2.On the map click on UDR Drawing and select Polygon (Free). Draw a polygon on the map and save it as an User Defined Region (UDR) and then close it. 3. Repeat the above step 2 more times to create additional UDRs 4. In the Project list highlight the project, right-click and select View/Edit Properties 5. In Project Properties window go to UDR tab then select all the UDRs in the Default UDR window and assign Cluster Index values (1,2,3) to each of the UDR (Cluster 1,2,3). Click on Save and Close 6. Go to Tools and select Report Template/Problem Set builder 7. Right click in a cell and select Repetition Flag and enter a name for the Repetition Flag 8. Go to a new cell, right click and select Repetition in Report 9. In Options of Repetition in Report make the following selections: Set the Repetition Flag Repetition Key: Cluster UDR Options: 1,2,3 (Index values for the UDRs) Direction: Vertical Define number of rows above: suitable value so that plots for each UDR do not overlap 10. Now drag and drop a metric (Serving Cell RSRQ in this case) as shown and select Map View as Report Type. Make other selections as shown and save the report template 11. Go to Project, select a dataset or a composite, right click and select Generate Report. Select the template that you just created and click on Generate Report 12. A report is generated in excel format showing Serving Cell RSRQ plot per UDR
  45. In the similar way, word document report can be created too.
  46. With the Script Builder user can define: New metrics, either based on all built-in metrics or on those extracted from any Layer 3 message. One example of a new metric would be mean signal strength three seconds before a handover. New events, with combinations of defined events, metric thresholds, or Layer 3 messages. An example of a new event would be handover failure due to bad coverage. In this case, the built-in dropped call event is the trigger event and if the signal strength three seconds before handover is below a defined threshold, then the new event is generated
  47. Download & Show monitored FTP project/dataset names. If you have an FTP folder to be monitored by this task, enable this checkbox (it is unchecked by default). If your computer is connected to the network and you want to make a specific tree node selection, checking this option will direct TEMS Discovery to connect to the FTP server and download the current project and dataset subfolder names from the monitored FTP folder. (If the network or the FTP server is slow and/or the folder has many subfolders, it could take a while for Discovery to download all the information.)
  48. Time Binning If binning is enabled, user can define different binning resolutions for each frame, or use a uniform binning resolution for all of the frames. Note that some frames, such as Layer 3 messages, do not have any defined binning resolution. Geo Binning Binning Method- TEMS Discovery provides two algorithms, by route distance and by location grid, for geo-location binning. If you choose to use route distance binning, the data within the distance of the defined binning size will be binned, whereas if you choose to use location grid binning, the data within the square area of defined binning size will be binned. Binning Type- The default binning type is by the nature of data. TEMS Discovery has pre-defined binning type for each metric by its nature, for example, use LAVG (linear average for Ec/Io, etc.). However, you can select user-defined option and select one of binning type for all the data to be geo-binned. The selectable binning types are: AVG, LAVG, MIN, MAX, COUNT, SUM, FIRST and LAST.
  49. In this view, all the antenna parameters can be viewed such as name, manufacturer, frequency, type of tilting, polarization etc. It displays the antenna gain in horizontal and vertical plane. Gain at different angles (0 degree to 360 degree)
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