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RANAdvisor TrueSite™
Scalable Handheld Network and Service Testing
The introduction and rapid growth of smartphones and tablets
within the wireless market has created congestion problems in
networks worldwide. User behavior, driven by the new smartphone
applications, has not only increased data usage, but also signaling
and overall network issues. Mobile network operators need a solution
that can replicate these issues on the same type of devices in the
environments where customers experience them.
The ultra-portable cloud-enabled TrueSite solution makes it easy to test any indoor
environment—including airports, stadiums, malls, and offices. TrueSite can be deployed on
a single smartphone or as part of a multidevice system controlled from an Android™ tablet.
Using an Android-based tablet app or smartphone, a single technician can discreetly gather
data from up to six smartphones and a single receiver. TrueSite minimizes repeat data-capture
walks and post-processing by immediately identifying and geo-locating missing/faulty
antennas and macro-ingress issues during collection. TrueSite is the optimal solution for all
your indoor testing needs.
Comprehensive, real-time fault detection tools detect missing/faulty antennas, macro
ingress, blocked/dropped calls, connection failures, and test failures. Identifying faults in real
time lets you resolve problems immediately, eliminating wasteful retests. This saves hours
in getting the network up and running, and is particularly important during venue testing
where access is very limited and re-testing is often not an option.
The cloud-enabled JDSU StrataSync service lets you manage, install, and update all your
TrueSite devices as well as store and access your test data over-the-air from a central location.
Key Benefits
• Helps quickly deploy and troubleshoot DAS
and small cells
• Tests faster with real-time problem resolution
• Enables unobtrusive, discreet testing
• Minimizes repeat data capture walks
• Verifies hot spots quickly with active/passive
WiFi testing
• Quickly validates services without writing scripts
Key Features
• Ultra-portable with an intuitive user interface
• Tablet app controls up to six devices and one
receiver
• Automatically identifies missing/faulty
antennas and macro-ingress issues during
collection
• Fully iBwave design compatible; floor plans
can be added as picture files (jpg/gif/bmp)
• Supports LTE, WCDMA, GSM, CDMA, RRC/NAS,
LibPCAP, and EV-DO
• Graphical parallel sequencer
• Qualcomm DLF format logging
• Forcing within sequencer
• Flexible file naming
• Mapinfo Tab file support
• StrataSync Asset Management
• Customer installable*
*Contact JDSU for supported phones
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Selection Guide
RANAdvisor TrueSite
Easy-to-Use Network Monitoring Tools
TrueSite is a compact, discreet, highly portable optimization solution that enables engineers
to perform tests in complex indoor environments using a single TrueSite smartphone or
TrueSite tablet-based controller solution. Engineers can test key services, such as voice, FTP,
and web, while monitoring and logging all key network parameters. Devices can even be
configured to start when the device is powered on, enabling engineers with less experience
to also perform tests and collect data.
TrueSite supports a wide variety of smartphones and tablets and collects a wide range
of network information from areas that are difficult to reach using typical drive-test tools.
More importantly, it enables engineers to test the indoor network from the perspective of a
smartphone subscriber. Easy configuration and full integration with the RANAdvisor platform
provides a complete test collection and analysis solution.
The flexible GUI enables instant access
to all test capabilities with a single touch.
The larger screen size of Android tablets
makes it faster and easier to set up
measurements and analyze results, so
engineers can perform more tests in
less time. The bigger display also shows
measurement results and route maps
simultaneously during replay for simpler,
faster fault resolution.
With three simple operating modes for
testing and user flexibility, TrueSite lets
absolutely anyone conduct tests, giving
providers ultimate resource flexibility.
OneTouch
OneTouch mode lets anyone who can power on the phone perform preconfigured tests
without any intervention. Results can be automatically transferred via FTP or HTTPS to a
central server for detailed analysis.
A customizable default screen lets anyone
use the device without any training
and start testing immediately.
TestMeNow
TestMeNow mode offers additional flexibility for users without requiring detailed RF
knowledge. TestMeNow can be configured to perform three tests, a voice test, an HTTP/
HTTPS test (connect to a website), and an FTP (put and get) test, so providers can test their
network the way their customers use it. Users can preconfigure, or amend, these three simple
tests to verify the three key services delivered to customers at the push of a button with
simple pass/fail indicators. All results are captured and stored and transferred via FTP or HTTPS
to a central server for detailed analysis.
Engineering Mode
Engineering mode provides ultimate flexibility, letting users execute any test while providing
access to all the measurements and tests being performed. The flexible graphical sequencer
lets engineers preconfigure complex test scenarios for manual or automatic execution.
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TrueSite Controller
When part of a multidevice solution, TrueSite Controller software running on a tablet can
control up to six handheld devices and a single receiver. It includes the following modules:
• Indoor Test Manager
• Indoor Fault Detection
• Receiver Measurements
Indoor Test Manager
This app provides all the capabilities required to configure all devices and tests including
loading required iBwave floor plans. The app also provides real-time control for executing,
recording, and mapping results. 3D-perspective mapping and navigation controls accurately
locate and pinpoint problems, making testing easier and more intuitive. Floor plans can
be imported as iBwave plans (with or without a transmitter file) or photos (in jpg/gif/bmp
file formats) which can be taken with the tablet’s camera. As you navigate through the test
route, cell sectors will illuminate on the GUI as you approach them, indicating the sector’s
transmission direction and configuration. Up to eight measurements can be configured for
display as an overlay on the map in real time.
Indoor test manager
Indoor Fault Detection
Indoor fault detection
Optional fault detection tools enable the real-time identification and resolution of missing or
faulty antennas and macro ingress.
TrueSite compares the antenna specifications defined in the iBwave or cell site database file in
real time with the measured values during capture and automatically reports any differences.
For example, if an internal LTE antenna should be transmitting on PCI 21, and TrueSite detects
that it is transmitting on PCI 35, it will alert the user so they can pause the capture and take
remedial action before continuing. In the case of macro ingress, TrueSite automatically
reports the macro cell site levels throughout the building as well as identifying any device
that hands over to the macro network. This level of detail lets you adjust the network to
ensure that users connect to the internal antennas rather than the external macro cell.
Receiver Measurements
TrueSite captures measurements from a portable, battery-operated DRT 4311B receiver
(ordered separately) housed in the TrueSite messenger bag. Receiver data augments data
captured from handsets to provide additional information in real time so you can resolve
problems faster.
Receiver measurements
Messenger Bag
The discreet, ultra-portable messenger bag stores up to six devices and a receiver. Additional
pockets provide additional storage for a tablet and any accessories that you may need when
testing. The bag can be configured as an over-the-shoulder messenger bag or as a small backpack.
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TrueSite Handheld Features
This section describes the main features of TrueSite handheld software and applies to both single
handheld solutions and multidevice solutions controlled from a tablet with TrueSite Controller.
Parallel Test Sequencer
Customers use apps such as voice, web, and e-mail in parallel, so operators must be able
to test their network the same way a user experiences it. That’s why JDSU introduced the
unique parallel test sequencer. The sequencer lets users create and run serial and parallel test
sequences directly on the device to simplify test case setup when stress testing the network.
The graphical display updates as the test runs to show each test’s status. This capability
clearly shows which tests are running as well as which tests have passed or failed. This highly
graphical solution provides unparalleled flexibility and visibility on a handheld network test tool.
A simple GUI lets users configure tests by simply touching the test and running it serially or
in parallel, which was never possible in a handheld device until now. The easy-to-understand
screen displays serial tests from top to bottom, with parallel tests shown in the same row.
Engineers can even share test sequences with other users to achieve consistent testing across
dispersed teams. Comprehensive test scenarios can be
created and executed quickly, with
failed tests indicated in red, passed tests
in green, and tests being executed in grey.
Remote Control
Users can also control TrueSite handhelds via SMS from a controlling device to either single
or multiple test devices. This capability enables deploying TrueSite at an unattended location
and sending SMS command messages and updated files to engineers working in the field.
The following command messages are supported: START, STOP, STATUS REPORT, LOAD
LOCAL CONFIG FILE (stored on device), LOAD REMOTE CONFIG FILE (from an FTP server),
LOAD LOCAL SEQUENCE FILE (stored on the device), and LOAD REMOTE SEQUENCER FILE
(from an FTP server). JDSU also provides an application for Android phones that will send a
START or STOP SMS to one or multiple handhelds.
Synchronize Multiple TrueSite Handhelds via Bluetooth®
In addition to using the multidevice TrueSite Controller app, it is possible to control and
synchronize up to six handhelds, typically located in a messenger bag, from a control
handheld. This is a standard capability of our handheld solution and does not use the TrueSite
Controller software options or receiver described earlier. When recording is started on the
controlling handheld, a Bluetooth message is sent to remote handhelds, instructing them to
begin recording. This guarantees synchronization which is crucial during this type of testing.
During outdoor collection, location information is synchronized via GPS.
During indoor collection, users can use predefined waypoint files that guide them through
a predetermined test route or use the “I-am-here” capability to follow a different route. Each
waypoint or I-am-here action on the control handheld will send a message via Bluetooth to all
remote handhelds, synchronizing their position and test results within the test route with the
controlling handheld.
This capability provides a scalable, portable test solution that can record up to eight devices:
one controlling device and up to seven devices in the backpack. This versatile solution is
useful for verifying multiple operators in parallel, generating load at specific locations, testing
small cells, or testing WiFi hotspots.
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Visualization and Mapping
Users can view all measurements in Google maps so they can locate and resolve problems
faster. Both street map and satellite views are supported indicating where you are, where you
have been, and the signal strength of the area driven.
A cell-site database can be loaded into the device that shows the actual cell sites being tested
on one display.
• Loads cell site files (compatible with drive test files)
• Shows site locations on indoor and outdoor maps
• Shows serving cell for current location
• Shows cell site name on parameter list view
Geo-Located Indoor Testing
Increased testing of indoor environments requires the ability to locate measurements on a
map without GPS satellites. Creating waypoints and using outside GPS measurements makes
it easy to view indoor measurements on the mapping interface. Also, it allows for logging the
height of the measurements to create complex views of multistory buildings.
• Create and use waypoints to direct collection routes
• Simplify indoor map location using GPS outside the building
• Log indoor map height when testing multiple floors
View Measurements on Indoor Floor Plans and Outdoor Maps
When testing indoors or outdoors, you can define up to eight different measurements to
be displayed in real time on floor plans or on maps. This lets you make instant decisions on
performance without the need to wait for post-processing to determine if a problem exists.
These measurements can be displayed on an individual TrueSite handheld device or on the
TrueSite controlling tablet.
Forcing and Locking
When deploying a new cell site, adding a new overlay frequency at an existing
cell site, or revalidating the existing frequencies deployed, the JDSU solution
can lock the device, without requiring a power cycle, to a specific RAT, band,
frequency, channel, or PCI, guaranteeing that it will remain at that setting
despite network conditions so users can complete the test and validate the
frequency band. Forcing actions can also be applied during test sequences for
even easier testing.
When testing an existing or deploying a new frequency, engineers must be
able to force/lock their phone to the specific channel under test, irrespective of
where they are within the cell coverage area. Using only a commercial handset,
JDSU can lock to a specific WCDMA/UARFCN frequency without risking
handovers to other frequencies or technologies, so providers can generate
revenues faster. LTE EARFCN and PCI locking is also supported on commercial
devices. An alert will be displayed on the screen when it is in a locked mode to
alert engineers in case they do not want to use the device in locked mode.
The Forcing Functions table summarizes the available forcing capabilities. For
details about all the forcing capabilities and devices supported, refer to the
Configuration Guide or contact JDSU.
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Forcing Functions
Function
Device
UARFCN preference
HTC
UARFCN lock
Samsung S2/S3/S4
EARFCN preference
Samsung S2/S3/S4
Band, RAT forcing
Samsung S2/S3/S4
Airline mode forcing
Samsung S2/S3/S4
EV-DO channel lock
Samsung S3
LTE PCI lock
Samsung S4 (i9506,
i9507)
Note 3
SM-N900T
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Customizable for the Needs of Each Engineer
Displaying hundreds of parameters helps engineers see everything they want; however,
in many cases, they are only interested in specific parameters for each technology. The
customizable GUI lets each engineer configure their device to display only the parameters
they need to perform their work. For engineers who share devices, each engineer can save
their customized view to a profile on the device that they can load when they use the device.
Users can:
• Customize screen views
• Choose the number of parameters needed
• Save multiple screen layouts
• Recall saved screen layouts during recording or playback
• Share screen layouts with other users
User-Defined Interactive Charting
Create your own specific line charts with just the measurements that you need to view.
Up to four different charts can be defined to appear in the RF Measurement screen to
enable real-time analysis over the time of selected measurements such as RSRP. Up to four
measurements can be defined per chart. Thirteen charts are delivered with the software,
however, users can create and save their own charts for future use. An example LTE chart is
shown opposite.
Interactive charting allows any measurement displayed on the RF measurement screen to be
charted during testing by tapping the required measurement. Multiple measurements can
be charted as shown opposite. When finished, tapping the measurement will remove the chart.
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StrataSync
StrataSync is a cloud-based service that provides asset management, configuration
management, and test data management.
Asset Management
Asset management enables the StrataSync administrator to automatically manage and
update all devices OTA in a timely and consistent manner, minimizing manual updates and
mistakes. It also allows new configuration, sequencer files, and more to be downloaded to any
device. Automatic updates and downloads eliminate the need for technicians to manually
update their devices, saving time and money. Ensuring all devices have the same versions
loaded makes comparing results between devices easier and delivers more consistent results
during testing.
StrataSync lets you manage assets, test data,
and people with one device.
Asset Management enables automatic OTA downloading:
• Software installation on devices
• Software upgrades to devices
• Configuration files
• Sequence files
• iBwave plans
• Map files
StrataSync Asset Management helps you to
keep track of your test devices with TrueSite.
• Map overlays
• Cell site database files
• Threshold files
StrataSync also tracks your valuable assets’ location and to whom they are assigned. All
TrueSite™ devices report their GPS location, model, Android, kernel, and application version to
StrataSync each time the application starts.
Test Data Management
StrataSync also enables you to automatically upload and securely store all test data result files
in the cloud. Result files can be uploaded while a technician is still in the building enabling
colleagues for remote post-processing and analysis of the data while the technician gathers
data on a different floor or in another area of the building. This remote analysis will help
minimize the need to revisit a building as the post-processing engineer can tell the technician
on site to perform a retest or to conduct any additional tests before moving to a different
building. With StrataSync, the remote engineer can even load a specific sequence onto the
technician’s device for the additional test.
This ability to have results available in near-real time at a central location also enables you to
close out contracts faster by confirming the results are correct and forwarding them to your
customer for payment rather than the need to wait for the engineer to return to the office.
StrataSync Asset Management and Test Data Management are included with SUS and require
a valid SUS license to remain active.
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RANAdvisor Handheld Analysis Options
Log files captured by TrueSite handheld can be analyzed in several ways:
• Directly on the device
• Using RANAdvisor PC software with post-processing tools such as Gladiator™ and
Windcatcher™
• At a remote location via FTP or HTTPS upload
Measurements and Tests
Sequencer tests
• AUTOSEND — uploads log files via FTP or HTTPS
• Circuit switch fall back (CSFB) — key for evaluating LTE and 3G service delivery
• E-mail — tests if an e-mail can be sent to itself within a certain time
• EV-DOCH — checks the current EV-DO channel and compares it with the requested channel
• Force band
• Force RAT
• FTP — uploads and downloads files from any FTP site such as YouTube. Within the FTP test
settings, you can configure the test to maintain the FTP session, eliminating the need to
reconnect to the FTP server each time. The test shows the average and total throughput
for session, and it can be configured to show throughput at user-defined periods during
the session.
• HTTP — configurable to connect to any URL
• iPERF — measures maximum TCP and UDP bandwidth
• MMS — tests if an MMS can be sent to itself within a certain time
• MT voice — tests for incoming calls
• PDPACT — performs a PDP activation
• PING — test simple network connectivity, round-trip time, and PING connectivity
• POLQA voice quality test (refer to the Configuration Guide or contact JDSU for list of
supported devices)
• RFTOGGLE — enables airline mode for the configured period
• SMS — tests if an SMS can be sent to itself within a certain time
• TECHCHK — checks if the device is registered to a specific technology such as LTE or WCDMA
• Trace RT/Trace RT change — in normal mode, this test runs a trace route on a data
connection and diagnostically determines the route taken to a destination by sending
Internet control message protocol (ICMP) echo packets with varying time-to-live (TTL)
values to the destination. When configured in change mode, it will alert to any changes in
the IP route from the normal test.
• Video — displays video on any available network including WiFi
• Sequencer loop — within a test’s additional settings, you can configure a sequence to
loop indefinitely with results stored in a single log file.
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Measurements
LTE Serving
and Neighbor
Parameters
LTE
Demodulation
Configuration
Parameters
LTE RACH
Request
Parameters
LTE RACH
Response
Parameters
Cell identity (28 bits) RSSI Rx(0) dBm
Serving E-ARFCN
PDSCH RNTI ID
RACH RNTI
Tracking Area
Code (16 bits)
RSSI Rx(1) dBm
Serving physical
cell-ID
PDSCH RNTI type
MCC
RSRP Rx(0) dBm
Number of Tx
Serving RSRP (dBm) antennas
MNC
RSRP Rx(1) dBm
Serving RSRQ (dB)
Physical cell ID
RSRP dBm
Detected cells PCI
DL E-ARFCN
RSRQ Rx(0) dBm
UL E-ARFCN
RSRQ Rx(1) dBm
Neighbor cell
count
DL BW
RSRQ dBm
N1 PCI
Band indicator
SINR Rx(0) dB
N1 RSRP (dBm)
Allowed access
SINR Rx(1) dB
N1 RSRQ (dB)
LTE Cell Info
Parameters
LTE ML1
Serving Cell
Measurements
RSSI dBm
Summary
Parameters
Protocol
Satellites visible
RRC protocol
RACH preamble
RACH response
RX time
Satellites tracked
NAS protocol
Cyclic shift
Timing advance
Voice tests
PRACH Tx power
(dBm)
Temporary C-RNTI
Blocked calls
MCS
Dropped calls
TPC for PUSCH
FTP transfers
Transmission mode
Hopping flag
Spatial rank
UL delay
FTP throughput
(kbps)
RB allocation for
slot 0 (%)
CQI request
HTTP transfer
RB assignment
HTTP throughput
RB allocation for
slot 1 (%)
RACH procedure
type
Frequency
selective PMI
RNTI type
N2 RSRQ (dB)
N3 PCI
PMI index
N3 RSRP (dBm)
Stream 0 TBS (bits)
N3 RSRQ (dB)
Stream 0
modulation
N2 PCI
N2 RSRP (dBm)
N4 PCI
N4 RSRP (dBm)
N4 RSRQ (dB)
Number of Rx
antennas
RNTI value
Traffic-to-pilot
block ratio
Stream 1 TBS (bits)
Stream 1
modulation
PB
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Measurements continued
CDMA Signal
Quality
CDMA Serving
and Neighbor
Parameters
EV-DO-Serving Site
Parameters
1xEV-DO Serving
and Neighbor
Parameters
RF mode
Active PNs
Channel
Active PNs
CDMA Rx state
Active PN 1 pilot
RF mode
Phone state
Active PN 1 Ec/Io (dB)
Current channel
EV-DO Data
Parameters
Summary
Parameters
Protocol
Satellites visible
CDMA Layer 3
Active PN 1 pilot
RLP Tx throughput
(kbps)
Satellites tracked
EV-DO Layer 3
Band class
Active PN 1 Ec/Io (dB)
RLP Tx burst size (kb)
Voice tests
Active PN 2 pilot
AT state
Active PN 2 pilot
Blocked calls
Code channel
Active PN 2 Ec/Io (dB)
Serving PN
Active PN 2 Ec/Io (dB)
AT requested DRC
rate
Pilot base
Active PN 3 pilot
Serving SINR
Active PN 3 pilot
FTP transfers
Handoff state
Active PN 3 Ec/Io (dB)
UATI
Active PN 3 Ec/Io (dB)
ARQ effective receive
rate
Tx gain adjust (dBm)
Candidate PNs
UATI color code
Candidate PNs
Rx power (dBm)
Neighbor PNs
Rx0 power (dBm)
Neighbor PNs
Agg Ec/Io (dB)
Rx1 power (dBm)
Tx power (dBm)
Tx power (dBm)
RLP Rx throughput
(kbps)
RLP Rx burst size (kb)
Dropped calls
FTP throughput
(kbps)
HTTP transfer
HTTP throughput
(kbps)
FER
GSM Parameters
GPRS/EDGE
Parameters
UMTS Parameters
HSDPA Parameters
HSUPA Parameters
Summary
Parameters
WiFi
ARFCN
C/I
UARFCN
AVG MAC rate
TTI In Use
Satellites visible
BSSID
BCCH
EGPRS DL CS
Cell ID
AVG schedule rate
Primary E-RNTI
Satellites tracked
SSID
BSIC
EGPRS UL CS
RRC state
AVG served rate
Secondary E-RNTI
Voice tests
Frequency
Cell ID
EDGE support
Rx power
Modulation scheme
Blocked calls
Signal strength (dBm)
MCC
ACC burst type
Tx power
DL HS-PDSCH BLER
HSUPA HARQ
throughput (kBps)
Dropped calls
MNC
Allocation type
SC MCC
HSUPA BLER (%)
FTP transfers
Capabilities (such as
the security setting)
LAC
Control ACK type
SC MNC
DL HSDPA
throughput
Happy bits (%)
Mode
DL TS allocation
RLC DL throughput
CQI sample count
Not-happy bits (%)
FTP throughput
(kbps)
Rx level full
UL TS allocation
RLC UL throughput
CQI valid count
HTTP transfer
Rx level sub
ACK mode
Ec/Io
CQI average
Rx qual full
DL CS
BLER
% ACKS
HTTP throughput
(kbps)
Rx qual sub
DL TBF state
No trans channels
& NACKS
IMEI
Timeslot
DL TFI
Trans channel ind
% DTX
MEID
Timing advance
UL CS
Scrambling Code
Tx vevel
UL TBF state
RSCP
C1
UL TFI
C2
DL LLC throughput
RLC TX and TX
throughput
DSF
DTX
DL RLC/MAC
throughput
MAC TX and RX
throughput
FER
UL LLC throughput
HSN
HOP LIST
UL RLC/MAC
throughput
HOP FLAG
DL RTX RLC block rate
MAIO
UL RTX RLC blocks
RLT
UL TX RLC blocks
UL TX RLC blocks
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TrueSite Lite
TrueSite Lite meets the needs of customers who don’t require all of the sophisticated
functionality of the full version. Lite is available on select devices listed in the Supported
Devices table and provides the following capabilities:
• Recording and payback
• Test sequencer (voice and FTP tests)
• Main parameters screen
• Customization of main parameters screen
• Google Maps display for outdoors
• TestMeNow mode including web test
• Cell-site database support
• Forcing features
• WiFi measurements
• Protocol display
The lite version can be upgraded to the full version. Please refer to the ordering information
for details on how to order the lite and upgrade versions and which devices are supported.
Supported Tablet Controllers
TrueSite Controller supports generic tablets with the following Android versions:
• 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
• 4.1.1; 4.1.2; 4.3 (as the master tablet) Jelly Bean
Unless listed in the ordering section, all tablets are customer supplied. JDSU has tested the
following tablets:
• Google Nexus 7
• Google Nexus 10
• HTC Flyer
• Samsung GT-N5120
• Samsung GT-N8000
• Samsung GT-N8020
• Samsung GT-P5210
• Samsung GT-P5210
• Samsung SGH-I497 (also supported as a master/slave tablet)
• Samsung SGH-I957
Support and Update Services (SUS)
A SUS license, required with all TrueSite orders, provides support and software updates for
1-year, 2-year, 3-year, or custom durations.
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Ordering Options
Please refer to the Configuration Guide or contact JDSU for details about all of the supported devices and software options.
Description
Technology
Frequency in MHz (Bands)
Part Number
RANAdvisor TrueSite Software
POLQA voice quality testing software license1
E5643B-100
Upgrade from Lite to full version
E5643B-200
TrueSite indoor test manager
E5643B-120
Indoor fault detection tools
E5643B-121
Receiver measurements support
E5643B-122
Messenger bag carry solution
E6473B-941
Support and Update Services (SUS) (includes TrueSite Asset Management and Test Data Management StrataSync licenses)
1 year SUS
E5643B-901
2 year SUS
E5643B-903
3 year SUS
E5643B-902
1. POLQA voice quality testing between two supported devices as listed in the Configuration Guide. Only the calling device requires an E5643B-100 license, which is not available on the Lite version.
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