Nemo Handy-S 3.60 Manual
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Air Interface Measurement Tool
2012 by Anite Finland Ltd. All rights reserved.
This manual, as well as the software described in it, is furnished under license and may only be used or copied in accordance with the terms of such license. The information in this manual is intended for informational use only and is subject to change without notice. Anite Finland Ltd assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or inaccuracies that may appear in this user manual.
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Revision 3.60.00, Last edited September 2012
QUICK GUIDE 8 BEFORE YOU BEGIN 9 IMPORTANT 10
Upgrading Terminal Firmware with Nokia PC Suite 10
End-User License Agreement 10
Traffic Safety 10
Operating Environment 10
NEMO HANDY SYSTEM OVERVIEW 11 FEATURES SUPPORTED BY EACH PRODUCT OPTION 12
NEMO MULTI HANDY OPTIONS 12
Additional Options for Nemo Handy Professional 13
NEMO HANDY SETUP 14 COMPUTER HW AND SW REQUIREMENTS 14
INSTALLING NEMO HANDY 15
CONNECTING THE GPS 16
DISABLE GPS 19
BLUETOOTH PAIRING 19
LOGGING OPTIONS 26
START LOGGING ON CALL 28
ENABLE STANDBY DISPLAY 28
DISPLAY CONFIGURATIONS 29
ALLOW ALL CONNECTIONS 31
DURING MEASUREMENTS 32 INDOOR MEASUREMENTS 34
Importing Maps and Defining Map Settings 34
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Performing Indoor Measurements 36
Using Nokia N97/C5-03/C5-04/C7 Touchpad in Indoor Measurements 38
Post-Processing Indoor Measurements 40
GPS TIME 49
BTS FILES 49
CREATING SCRIPTS 55
Voice and Video Call 59
Packet Session 60
FTP Logon 61
FTP Transfer 62
IPerf TCP/UDP 63
Receive E-mail 65
Send E-mail 66
Video Streaming 69
MEASUREMENT LISTS 70
AUTO ANSWER MODE 75
FORCING FEATURES 79
Channel Lock 80
Scrambling Code Lock 80
Carrier Lock 81
System Lock 81
Cell Barring 82
Measurement Biasing 82
Assisted Handover 85
Suppress Handover 86
MULTI MEASUREMENTS 87
Running Scripts 89
Manual Measurements 91
Nokia N97 as Master Terminal in Multi Measurements92
Manual Measurements with Nokia N97 Master Terminal 98
CELL TESTING 98
TIMESLOT TESTING 100
APPLICATION TESTING 108
Voice and Video Call Testing 108
HTTP and FTP Testing 108
SMS/MMS Testing 109
HTML/WAP Testing 111
E-mail Testing 111
Ping Testing 112
SMS/MMS End-to-End Testing 112
SMS Sending 113
Iperf for TCP/UDP Testing 114
E911 TESTING 114
VOICE QUALITY TESTING 116
Settings for Voice Quality Measurements 116
Voice Quality Sample Sending 117
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VIDEO STREAMING QUALITY TESTING 120
ENDING MEASUREMENTS 121
MEASUREMENT RESULTS 122 EXPORTING AND CONVERTING FILES 122
Send Log Files via FTP 122
Send Log Files via E-mail 123
Send Log Files via Bluetooth 125
Send Custom Configuration Files between Nemo Handy Units 127
Sending Script Files between Nemo Handy Units 129
Exporting Files Manually 130
Converting Measurement Files to Nemo File Format131
NEMO HANDY PLAYBACK 134
Indoor Map in Playback 137
USER INTERFACE 140 GENERAL INFORMATION 140
SERVING INFO 141
SIGNALING MESSAGES 142
CUSTOM VIEW 145
PARAMETER MENU 147
Automatic Scaling 148
TIPS AND HINTS 150 STARTING MEASUREMENTS 150
FILE LOCATIONS 150
USING THE GPS RECEIVER 151
NEMO HANDY FAQ 152 NEMO HANDY SUPPORT 153 ONLINE HELP 153
INTERNET SUPPORT 153
USER CLUB 153
PHONE, E-MAIL, AND FAX SUPPORT 153
APPENDIX 1 156 END-USER LICENSE AGREEMENT 156
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This quick guide will explain briefly how to set up the Nemo Handy measurement system and how to start the actual measurements.
Note that GPS support, scripts, WLAN, data logging, indoor map, application testing, cell and time slot testing, voice quality, video quality, assisted handover, scanning, playback, and Multi Handy are available only if your Nemo Handy license supports them.
Using Nemo Handy
1. If you are using a GPS receiver in the measurements, switch on the Bluetooth GPS receiver. Activate Bluetooth on your Nemo Handy mobile (see p. 15).
2. Select the Nemo Handy icon from the Menu | My own view on your Nemo Handy mobile. Nemo Handy detects the available Bluetooth devices or if you have used the GPS receiver before with Nemo Handy, the connection will be established automatically.
3. If you want to use scripts, load a script by selecting Options | Script | Load. Run a script by selecting Options | Script | Run.
4. To start recording manually, select Options | Start Logging or activate auto logging to start recording automatically when a script is started.
5. With the right and left arrow buttons, browse through the different views. With the up and down arrow buttons, you can scroll up and down the views. Press the navigation button to select different parameters visible in the view.
6. While Nemo Handy is logging, you can use the mobile normally for making calls, sending SMS messages, etc. Use the Menu button to switch between different applications or press the green button to make a call.
7. Stop the recording by selecting Options | Stop Logging. Select Keep to save the file with the default name, Rename to save the file with a new name, Delete to the delete the file, Send via FTP to send the measurement file to an FTP server, or Send via e-mail to send the measurement file to an e-mail address.
8. Export the measurement file for post-processing and analysis (see p. 122).
BEFORE YOU BEGIN 9
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
This manual explains how to set up and operate the Nemo Handy measurement tool software developed by Anite Finland Ltd.
Nemo Handy is a portable engineering tool for measuring and monitoring the air interface of digital networks. The supported network standards are:
GSM 850/900/1800/1900 EGSM GPRS EGPRS WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100 HSDPA HSUPA Wi-Fi 802.11b/g
Nemo Handy is an effective tool for tracing digital networks. Nemo Handy collects measurement results and stores them on a memory card. Measurement results provide useful information for network optimization, verification, and maintenance purposes. Results can be efficiently and easily viewed with the Nemo analysis tool Nemo Analyze for Windows.
Nemo Handy uses licensed technology from Nokia. Nemo Handy uses IMEI-based software protection.
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Upgrading Terminal Firmware with Nokia PC Suite
Do not upgrade your Nemo Handy measurement terminal firmware with Nokia PC Suite. Upgrading will cause the terminal to permanently lose its measurement capability. To restore the functionality of such terminal, it must be sent to Anite Finland Ltd for reconfiguration. You will be charged for the shipping and handling of the terminal.
With Nokia N97/N97US terminals, to disable terminal notifications for firmware update, go to Menu | Applications | Phone Setup | SW Update. Select Off in Options | Auto check for updates.
End-User License Agreement
The software described in this document is furnished under a license agreement and may be used only in accordance with the terms of that agreement. For full details of this agreement, see page 156.
Do not operate Nemo Handy and drive (or walk) at the same time. Remember, traffic safety comes first.
Do not operate Nemo Handy without reading the User Manual, including its warnings, for the devices used by Nemo Handy.
Always stop using Nemo Handy and switch off the Nemo Handy test device(s) when it is forbidden to use radio equipment or when it may cause interference or danger.
Do not use the Nemo Handy test device(s) in a hospital. It may interfere with nearby electronic devices.
Never use Nemo Handy in an aircraft. The use of mobiles in an aircraft may be dangerous.
Observe restrictions on the use of radio equipment in gas stations, fuel depots, chemical plants, or sites where blasting operations are in progress.
The Nemo Handy user must be appropriately trained and should be familiar with the signaling behind GSM, GPRS, EGPRS, and/or UMTS.
When using the Nemo Handy test mobi