PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Nemo Autonomous™ combines detailed and comprehensive air interface
measurements with economy and proven, fully automated functionality. It is the ideal
solution for performing continuous, large-scale air interface measurements. Nemo
Autonomous supports automated measurements of the air interface of
EGSM/GPRS/EDGE/WCDMA/HSDPA wireless networks with a wide range of radio,
application, and quality (MOS) metrics, and with the following application testing options:
voice quality, video streaming quality, voice calls, FTP, HTTP, WAP, HTML, MMS, and SMS.
Nemo Autonomous provides centralized remote control of field measurement units for
unattended walk and drive testing. The probes can be carried on belt or in backpack, or
installed in fixed locations or in moving vehicles. A single user is able to monitor and control
up to hundreds or even thousands of fixed and mobile probes from a centralized location.
This enables operators to decrease the reaction time to network problems, and to improve
network service levels faster than before. Also, as the most significant part of the total system
costs is directly attributable to the purchase price of the probes, Nemo Autonomous will
provide you with the best value for money in automated measurement solutions. Nemo
Autonomous streamlines your network measurement, troubleshooting, statistical
reporting, and benchmarking processes, maximizes your awareness of what is
happening in the network, and makes achieving all this considerably easier and more
cost efficient.
Automated data processing chain from raw measurement data to a generated report
The system is comprised of a data connection server (Nemo Autonomous Server), file
conversion software operating on that server (Nemo File Manager), a database server (Nemo
Analyze Database Server), remote control software (Nemo Fleet Manager) connected to the
database server, and a number of Nokia N95/N95US/6120/6121/N85/N85US/N96/N96US
field measurement units (Nemo Wanderer).
Nemo Autonomous Server receives measurement configuration files from Nemo Fleet
Manager. The Nemo Wanderer field measurement units retrieve these files and at the same
time upload measurement reports and raw measurement data to the server. The server then
reroutes the reports straight to Nemo Analyze Database Server and the raw measurement
data to Nemo File Manager. Nemo File Manager converts the raw measurement data into
measurement files and sends them to a folder on Nemo Analyze Database Server. From this
folder, the measurements are auto-loaded into the Nemo Analyze database and, if such
operation is scheduled, automatically generated into a workbook with analysis results.
NEMO AUTONOMOUS KEY BENEFITS
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Continuous, large-scale network monitoring – Enables continuous awareness of
problems in your network
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Automation – Data processing chain from the field to an open workbook with
analysis results completely automated
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Streamlined processes – Network measurement, troubleshooting, statistical
reporting, analysis, and benchmarking processes made more streamlined
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Cost-efficiency – A single user is able to monitor and control up to hundreds of fixed
and mobile probes, removing the need for test drives that require personnel and still
produce data limited by the route and the length of the drive test session
NEMO AUTONOMOUS KEY FEATURES
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Nemo Wanderer is a Symbian-based application
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Supports Nokia N96, N96US, N85, N85US, 6120, 6121, N95, and N95 US terminals
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Nemo Wanderer’s standard 1 GB MiniSD card can store up to 100 hours of
measurement data
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Nemo Wanderer field measurement unit is extremely lightweight
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Nemo Wanderer collects geographical coordinates with a GPS receiver (Bluetooth or
integrated)
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Supports measurements on EGSM/GPRS/EDGE/WCDMA/HSDPA networks
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Voice and video streaming quality measurements based on Mean Opinion Score
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Automated service testing with scripts: voice quality, video streaming quality, voice
calls, FTP, HTTP, WAP, HTML, MMS, and SMS
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Measurement sessions created and scheduled with Fleet Manager’s calendar view
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Nemo Wanderer standalone mode; measurement sessions can be created and
scheduled also using the field measurement unit’s built-in calendar view.
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Measurement sessions can be restricted to a specific target area based on
coordinates.
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Measurement file upload, report sending, and configuration file download can be
prevented after measurement sessions
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Distinct tasks can be assigned for individual probes or groups of probes.
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The location and status of Nemo Wanderer field measurement units can be
monitored using the Fleet Manager map view (by default updated every 15 minutes)
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Log file auto-upload to the server via FTP
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Automatic call answer also during active PDP context
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Forcing commands for channel lock, scrambling code lock, system lock, and band
lock
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Remote SMS commands that enable non-reporting units to be forced into
maintenance mode and preconfigured manual measurement sessions to be initiated
and terminated via SMS
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Time synchronization based on GPS time
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Unique log file prefixes can be configured for each probe
NEMO AUTONOMOUS IMPLEMENTATION EXAMPLES
SMALL-SCALE IMPLEMENTATION
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Autonomous Server SW and HW, including File Manager SW
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Nemo Analyze 5 Standalone post-processing tool (up to 3G + TSTK + Fleet Manager
option)
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5 x Nemo Wanderer field measurement unit N95/N95US/6120/6121
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Installation service 2 days
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HW recommendations: Standard PC requirements for Nemo Analyze Standalone,
1Mbit/s recommended for Ethernet network connection
MEDIUM-SCALE IMPLEMENTATION
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Autonomous Server SW and HW, including File Manager SW
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Nemo Analyze 5 server SW and HW, up to 3G
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2 x Fleet Manager SW for Windows (Client)
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5 x Nemo Analyze Clients + Troubleshooting Toolkit
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50 x Nemo Wanderer field measurement unit N95/N95US/6120/6121
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Installation service 4 days
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HW recommendations: Nemo Analyze 5 Database Server HW (Sun Solaris Server
with SPARC processor architecture), 1TB storage capacity, Minimum network
connection 100Mbit/s
LARGE-SCALE IMPLEMENTATION
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5 x Autonomous Server SW and HW, including 5 x File manager SW
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2 x Nemo Analyze 5 server SW and HW, up to 3G
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10 x Fleet management SW for Windows (Client)
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30 x Nemo Analyze Clients + Troubleshooting Toolkit
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500 x Nemo Wanderer field measurement unit N95/N95US/6120/6121
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Installation service 30 days
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HW recommendations: Nemo Analyze 5 Database Server HW per server (Sun
Solaris Server with SPARC processor architecture), 5TB storage capacity,
Recommended network connection 100Mbit/s
See page 14 for the details of each Nemo Autonomous component.
NEMO AUTONOMOUS SERVER
Nemo Autonomous Server acts as a gateway between the different parts of the Nemo
Autonomous system: Nemo Wanderer field measurement units, Nemo Fleet Manager, and
Nemo Analyze. A portion of the server runs Nemo File Manager, software that is responsible
for converting incoming raw measurement data into Nemo Analyze compatible measurement
files.
Nemo Autonomous server receives measurement configuration files from Nemo Fleet
Manager. The Nemo Wanderer field measurement units retrieve these files and at the same
time upload measurement reports and raw measurement data to the server. The server then
reroutes the reports straight to Nemo Analyze Database Server and the raw measurement
data to Nemo File Manager. Nemo File Manager converts the raw measurement data into
measurement files and sends them to a folder on Nemo Analyze Database Server. From this
folder, the measurements are auto-loaded into the Nemo Analyze database and, if such
operation is scheduled, automatically generated into a workbook with analysis results.
Nemo Autonomous Server can also be used as the second party in performing voice quality,
http, and FTP application testing measurements. However, a separate test server or virtual
server can be utilized for this purpose as well, and is in fact recommended due to the vast
bandwidth requirements of data testing.
Nemo File Manager converts binary files to Nemo file format
NEMO WANDERER FIELD MEASUREMENT UNITS
The Nemo Wanderer field measurement unit comprises a Nokia Symbian-based smart phone
with a tracing capability and a custom box that can be securely wall-mounted or used as a
standalone holder. Nemo Wanderer uses DC 12-24 volt car power supply on mobile vehicles
and AC 100-240 volt mains power supply in fixed locations.
Nemo Wanderer field measurement unit with Nokia N95
Nemo Wanderer measures RF data, signaling, and service level information along with GPS
location information. After mounting the probe in a stationary location or a mobile vehicle, it
will run unattended, but may require local user attention occasionally. If for some reason a
field measurement unit has ceased sending reports, it can be automatically detected by the
Fleet Manager and forced into maintenance mode via SMS. Nemo Wanderer will perform
measurements according to the configurations it receives over cellular packet data connection
from Nemo Fleet Manager. Nemo Wanderer enables the testing of uplink (PESQ) and
downlink (PSM) voice quality, video streaming quality, voice calls, FTP/HTTP data transfers,
HTML/WAP browsing, email sending/receiving, and SMS/MMS messaging. Automated test
connections can be established between individual probes, between a probe and a test
number provided by the service provider or between a probe and a test server that can be
implemented using either the Nemo Autonomous Server solution or as a separate server
assigned specifically for this purpose. The raw measurement is sent by the probes
periodically to the Nemo Autonomous Server that converts the data and reroutes it to the
Nemo Analyze database for storage and post-processing.
The Nemo Autonomous fleet can include hundreds of measurement units, controlled
individually or in groups, performing set tasks. An entire fleet of probes can be monitored and
controlled by a single user at a central remote location. Nemo Wanderer’s built-in calendar
view allows measurement and maintenance sessions to be created and scheduled through
the unit’s UI, enabling the probe to be used also in standalone mode.
FLEET MANAGER
Nemo Fleet Manager is responsible for the centralized remote management and control of
Nemo Wanderer field measurement units. The location and status of all deployed Nemo
Wanderers can be displayed and monitored simultaneously on the screen.
The location and status of each deployed Nemo Wanderer unit is updated to
the Fleet Manager map view by default every 15 minutes
Fleet Manager enables you to assign distinct tasks for both individual probes and groups of
probes. The new measurement configuration files will then be uploaded to Nemo Autonomous
Server and retrieved from there by the individual field measurement units during their next
maintenance session.
Nemo Fleet Manager’s calendar view is an easy-to-use graphical interface for scheduling
measurements and creating measurement configuration scripts
NEMO ANALYZE DATABASE SOLUTION
Designing and optimizing the database specifically for drive test data has enabled us to
create a solution that not only manages to combine the benefits of both SQL databases and
file-based solutions, but also avoids the common database bottlenecks that are all too often
accepted as necessary tradeoffs.
With Nemo Analyze…
…the user does not need to know any SQL or anything about the database solution.
The entire functionality of the database is accessible to the user by means of Nemo Analyze’s
intuitive and easy-to-use graphical user interface.
…the required amount of database administration is little to none. Database installation
and maintenance is easy. The innovative structure of the database and its built-in optimization
for drive test data make tasks such as indexing and de-fragmenting unnecessary.
…the entire measurement file is stored in the database instead of just aggregates. It is
never necessary to revert to the original measurement files.
…measurement files are automatically packed to take only 10% of the space they
would otherwise require. A free hard disk space of 100 Gigabytes can contain up to 1
Terabyte of measurement data.
…the speed and performance of your database is outstanding compared to generic
database solutions. The performance of queries over measurement files is good regardless
of the database size because file structure is maintained in the database.
…your database size is limited only by the amount of free space you have on your hard
disk. Hardware upgrades enable unlimited database size.
…you still get the benefits of using an SQL database. Large sets of data can be easily
stored, managed, and processed. The open ODBC interface of the database ensures that the
stored data remains accessible also to any third party SQL database tool. Custom KPIs can
also be created using SQL.
NEMO ANALYZE CLIENT/SERVER SOLUTION
With the database server solution, all measurement data in an organization can be
centralized on a single server. This makes it possible to ensure that your organization’s
entire body of measurement data is always securely stored, backed up and accessible
to multiple simultaneous users. The solutions offered by other vendors typically require
multiple servers and store only aggregate data into the database. Nemo Analyze requires
only one server and still enables raw measurement files to be processed and stored
with speed and efficiency. This is possible because the innovative database solution has
been specifically built for drive test data. The client/server solution is also extremely costefficient, the total implementation costs (including all the required licenses, Windows 64-bit
server hardware and 10 clients) typically amounting to approximately 250 000 EUR.
The database server makes the distribution of measurement data within your organization
more efficient. All client users upload their measurement data into the same database. When
a new file is added to the database, it is immediately available for analysis by all users in the
system. This way each user does not have to search and load the same data into the postprocessing tool.
The user interface and functionality of the client is identical with the standalone version. The
only difference is that instead of querying a standalone database, the client sends its queries
to the database server over IP network. The server processes these queries and sends the
results to the client which visualizes the results.
The database server hardware can be implemented either as a 64-bit Windows server or as a
64-bit Sun Solaris SPARC server. The server supports multiple simultaneous users. There
are three hardware configurations of different performance levels available, ranging from an
entry level configuration intended for relatively small user groups to a professional level
configuration intended for large organizations.
POST-PROCESSING WITH NEMO ANALYZE
Nemo Analyze™ is a powerful and versatile, cutting-edge analysis tool for performing
benchmarking, troubleshooting and statistical reporting based on drive test data. The system
scales from a standalone tool to an enterprise-level client/server solution and
incorporates an innovative, low-maintenance database engine that has been designed
and optimized specifically for high-performance post-processing of drive test data. The
system also helps you to streamline your processes by enabling you to automate the entire
data processing chain from a drive test to an open workbook with analysis results.
Nemo Analyze offers a comprehensive set of technology-specific Key Performance
Indicators for the latest wireless technologies and a wide range of data views that are
known to offer the best visualization of drive test data on the market - and yet it is
highly cost effective, easy to install and use, and it scales to meet the needs of
organizations of any size.
All major wireless technologies, namely TDMA, AMPS, cdmaOne, GSM, HSCSD, GPRS,
EDGE, WCDMA, HSDPA, CDMA2000, TETRA, DVB-H, UMA, HSUPA, TD-SCDMA, and
WiMAX, are supported.
Drilling down from root-cause analysis to full event details
Nemo Analyze enables you to perform operations, such as troubleshooting, map plotting, and
report and workbook generation, based on hundreds of hours of measurement data fast and
efficiently. It is also easy to automate these routine operations: measurement data upload into
the database and its generation into a report or a workbook can be scheduled to occur at any
desired time on recurring intervals.
Each Nemo Analyze workbook can contain several pages and frames, such as a map,
various graphs, layer 3 messages, decoded layer messages, idle mode data, connected
mode data, etc. All workbooks, all pages within the workbooks, and data views on each
workbook page, are all synchronized. Multiple layers in the same graph window offer a
convenient way to compare two or more RF parameters simultaneously. Measurement data
can be plotted on MapInfo® compatible maps. With the troubleshooting toolkit, you can
perform root cause analysis and quick drill-down to problem details. Reports can be used to
make reports quickly and easily by simply following the instructions given in the windows.
Reports display important overall statistics, such as, Call Success Rate, Handover Success
Rate, and Frame Error Rate.
Nemo Analyze provides you with the best visualization of drive test data on the market
Nemo Analyze supports the following network measurement tools: Nemo Outdoor, Nemo
Autonomous, Nemo Compact-i, Nemo Handy, Nemo Q, TEMS Investigation, TEMS Pocket
and EADS REMS Tetrapol. Nemo Analyze's support for CSV (Character-Separated Value)
format also allows the import of ASCII data into the database, enabling for instance
Wireshark/Ethereal and network counter data to be correlated and post-processed together
with Nemo drive test data. For a complete list of supported file formats, please contact our
sales personnel at nemo.sales@anite.com.
APPLICATION TESTING
Nemo Autonomous supports several application testing options based on scheduled scripts
sent by Fleet Manager. It is possible to test UL and DL voice quality, video streaming quality,
voice calls, FTP/HTTP data transfers, WAP/HTML browsing, email sending/receiving, and
SMS/MMS messaging. The QoS/QoE KPIs logged by Nemo Autonomous include connection
setup delay, download time, time-to-content delay, throughput, etc.
VOICE QUALITY OPTION
Nemo Autonomous supports scripted voice quality measurements. Nemo Wanderer Voice
Quality enables the evaluation of both up and downlink voice quality of a live network based
on the 'average' listener's perception of voice quality represented as a Mean Opinion Score
(MOS). Downlink voice quality is measured using Psytechnics’ PSM Mobile module and
uplink using Perceptual Evaluation of Speech Quality (PESQ).
Speech quality can be measured via two complementary means: subjective and objective
tests. In subjective testing of voice quality, a panel of users rates a given quality on a limited
scale of 1-5, after which a MOS is calculated by averaging the votes of all the subjects. To
improve time and cost efficiency, objective testing techniques have been developed through
extensive work to replace a large amount of subjective testing to provide an automated
prediction of speech quality. PSM Mobile by Psytechnics is an objective, non-intrusive
(passive) testing technique, and this model has made use of the Psytechnics database which
contains over 220,000 subjective votes.
PSM Mobile is a port of Psytechnics NiQA-DSP-LQ algorithm. At its core, NiQA-DSP-LQ has
a sophisticated identification system which has been designed to cover a wide variety of
speech distortion and degradation classes, and to predict their impact on the subjective
quality of the speech stream as perceived by human perception. PSM Mobile is a lighter and
faster version of ITU P.563, predicting a Listening Quality MOS in a similar way to P.563.
PSM Mobile is embedded in Nemo Wanderer Voice Quality, and it is activated whenever a
signal is received. Nemo Wanderer Voice Quality measures the MOS of the Listening Quality
of a received signal based on human perception. The Nemo Wanderer field measurement
unit obtains the signal by calling a test server (i.e. Nemo Autonomous Server) that
automatically starts sending an audio sample (provided by Anite Finland Ltd) to the caller.
The first MOS score is delivered to the field measurement unit after a 20 second delay from
the outset of the scripted phone call, and after that the samples will be delivered every 6
seconds. To facilitate uplink voice quality PESQ measurements, audio sample sending is also
possible from the field measurement units.
As regards accuracy, NiQA-DSP-LQ has been tested over a wide range of network
architectures, conditions and languages in accordance with current ITU practice. The model
has a good correlation with subjective material with 20, 000 speech files.
It is worth noting here that although the passive testing of voice quality is highly reliable due to
its correlation to a host of subjective test sessions, the accuracy and reliability of single point
MOS measures are still improving as more calls are being analyzed and averaged over time.
Consequently, it is not advisable to make any decisions on network routing or configuration
based on a single call MOS.
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VIDEO STREAMING QUALITY OPTION
Nemo Autonomous supports scripted video streaming quality measurements. The Nemo
Wanderer video quality measurement system assesses the quality of the video stream and
returns a Mean Opinion Score (MOS) prediction reflecting the ‘average’ customer’s
perception of quality. IP and network level diagnostics are also recorded to pinpoint reasons
and problems behind the MOS score.
Nemo Autonomous video streaming quality measurements are based on PVI (Psytechnics
Video IP Monitor). PVI is a non-intrusive, non-reference method for measuring video quality
by analyzing the video stream IP packet flow. The characteristics of the IP stream, such as
packet loss and jitter, and the behavior of the jitter buffer and the error concealment algorithm
in the terminal are used to assess the MOS score. Properties of the stream, such as video
format and bandwidth, are also taken into account. With 120kbps bandwidth .3gp stream in
the Nokia N95 phone, the best achievable MOS score is typically around 3.9. The lowest
possible MOS score is always 1, regardless of the stream type. If the stream freezes, a 0
MOS score is reported.
Video streaming quality measurement is activated whenever a video stream download is
started from Nemo Wanderer. RealPlayer for s60 is used as a streaming client and thus all
video formats supported by RealPlayer can be used in measurements. Video content from
any accessible public, commercial, or private test server can be used in the tests. Access
point name and URL of the video stream are the only required parameters in the test setup.
Tests can be performed manually or automatically with user-configurable scripts. In addition
to the MOS score, Nemo Wanderer records jitter and packet error rate on the IP level, and a
full set of RF and network level KPIs (RSCP, Ec/No, BLER, L3 signaling, etc.) During the
measurement, instantaneous MOS, IP and key network level diagnostics are all displayed
with the actual video stream. The average MOS score is displayed at the end of the stream.
VOICE CALLS
The Nemo Autonomous system offers support for scripted voice call testing. Voice call related
measurement events stored in the Nemo Wanderer log file include call attempt, call connect
success, call disconnect, and call failed
HTTP/FTP CONNECTIONS
The Nemo Autonomous system offers support for scripted testing of HTTP/FTP downloads.
HTTP/FTP transfer related measurement events stored in the Nemo Wanderer log file include
data connection attempt, data connection success, data disconnect, and data connection
failed.
HTML/WAP BROWSING
The Nemo Autonomous system offers support for testing HTML/WAP browsing using scripts.
HTML/WAP browsing related measurement events stored in the Nemo Wanderer log file
include HTML/WAP browsing attempt, HTML/WAP browsing success, and HTML/WAP
browsing failed.
SMS/MMS MESSAGES
The Nemo Autonomous system offers support for scripted testing of SMS/MMS sending.
SMS/MMS related measurement events stored in the Nemo Wanderer log file include
SMS/MMS send attempts, SMS/MMS send succeeded/failed, and SMS/MMS success rate.
FORCING FEATURES
The Nemo Wanderer field measurement unit supports the following forcing features:
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Channel lock
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Scrambling code lock
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System lock
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Band lock
Creating a forcing configuration for Nemo Wanderer units in Nemo Fleet Manager
Note that the selection depends on the technology that the mobile is connected to. With
Channel Lock the Nemo Wanderer unit can be locked on a GSM channel. With the
Scrambling Code Lock the mobile can be locked on a carrier and a scrambling code. With the
System Lock feature, the mobile can be locked on one of the systems and bands: UMTS,
GSM, GSM 850, GSM 900, GSM 1800, and GSM 1900. The Status view will display the
status for each forcing feature.
CONFIGURATIONS
The Nemo Autonomous system is highly configurable. You can choose the components of
your Nemo Autonomous system from the following categories:
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Nemo Autonomous Server Configurations
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Field Measurement Unit Platforms/Nemo Wanderer
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Supported Quality Measurement Features/Nemo Wanderer
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Nemo Analyze Platforms
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Nemo Analyze Editions
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Supported Technologies/Nemo Analyze
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Nemo Analyze Database Server Implementation Levels
NEMO AUTONOMOUS SERVER CONFIGURATIONS
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Nemo Autonomous Server with File Manager
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Nemo Autonomous Server with Voice Quality Server and File Manager
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Nemo Autonomous Server with Data Test Server and File Manager
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Nemo Autonomous Server with Voice Quality Server, Data Test Server, and Fleet
Manager
FIELD MEASUREMENT UNIT PLATFORM: NOKIA 6120/6121
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Nokia 6120: WCDMA/HSDPA 850/2100
Nokia 6121: WCDMA/HSDPA 900/2100
GSM/EGSM/GPRS/EGPRS 850/900/1800/1900
HSDPA (Category 6: PS UL/DL=384/3.6 Mbits, CS 64 (video calls))
GPRS/EGPRS (Class B, Multislot class 32): DL/UL=296/177.6 kbps, Timeslots 5+3,
max 6
• GSM/EDGE (Simple class A, Multislot class 11, DL/UL: 177.6/ 118.4 kbps)
• DTM (Multislot class 11: DL/UL 118.4/118.4 kbps)
• HR/FR/EFR(GSM)/ AMR(GSM and WCDMA) speech codecs
FIELD MEASUREMENT UNIT PLATFORM: NOKIA N95/N95 US
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Nokia N95: HSDPA/WCDMA 2100
Nokia N95 US: HSDPA/WCDMA 850/1900
GSM/EGSM/GPRS/EGPRS 850/900/1800/1900
Wi-Fi 802.11b/g
HSDPA (Category 6: PS UL/DL=384/3.6 Mbits, CS 64 (video calls)),
EGPRS (Class B, Multislot class 32): DL/UL=296/177.6 kbps, Timeslots 5+3, max 6
GSM/EDGE (Simple class A, Multislot class 11, DL/UL: 177.6/ 118.4 kbps)
DTM (Multislot class 11: DL/UL 118.4/118.4 kbps)
HR/FR/EFR(GSM)/ AMR(GSM) speech codecs,
Integrated GPS/A-GPS receiver
FIELD MEASUREMENT UNIT PLATFORM: NOKIA N85/N85 US
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Nokia N85: HSDPA/WCDMA 900/1900/2100, EGSM 850/900/1800/1900
Nokia N85 US: HSDPA/WCDMA 850/1900/2100, EGSM 850/900/1800/1900
HSCSD, maximum speed 43.2 kbps
WCDMA, maximum speed PS UL/DL=384/384 kbps
GPRS class A, multislot class 32, maximum speed 107/64.2 kbps (DL/UL)
EDGE class B, multislot class 32, maximum speed 296/177.6 kbps (UL/DL)
HSDPA, maximum speed 3.6 Mbps (DL)
DTM (Multislot class 11: DL/UL 118.4/118.4 kbps)
HR/FR/EFR(GSM)/ AMR(GSM) speech codecs
AMR/WB-AMR(WCDMA) speech codecs
Integrated GPS/A-GPS receiver
FIELD MEASUREMENT UNIT/NEMO WANDERER NOKIA N95 US
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Nokia N96: HSDPA/WCDMA 900/2100, GSM/ EGSM/GPRS/EDGE
850/900/1800/1900
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Nokia N96 US: HSDPA/WCDMA 850/1900, GSM/EGSM/GPRS/EGPRS
850/900/1800/ 1900
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HSDPA (Category 6: PS UL/DL=384/3.6 Mbits, CS 64 (video calls)),
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EGPRS (Class B, Multislot class 32): DL/UL=296/177.6 kbps, Timeslots 5+3, max. 6
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GSM/EDGE (Simple class A, Multislot class 11, DL/UL: 177.6/ 118.4 kbps)
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DTM (Multislot class 11: DL/UL 118.4/118.4 kbps)
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HR/FR/EFR(GSM)/ AMR(GSM) speech codecs
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AMR/WB-AMR(WCDMA) speech codecs
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Integrated GPS/A-GPS receiver
SUPPORTED QUALITY MEASUREMENT FEATURES/NEMO WANDERER
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Voice Quality
Video Streaming Quality
NEMO ANALYZE PLATFORMS
Nemo Analyze can be implemented as Nemo Analyze Standalone or Nemo Analyze
Client/Server. You can build the post-processing solution you need by adding the relevant
technologies and features on one of these platforms.
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Nemo Analyze Standalone Platform (standalone database) for Windows® XP
Professional/Windows Vista™
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Nemo Analyze Client Platform (requires database server) for Windows® XP
Professional/Windows Vista™
NEMO ANALYZE EDITIONS
Nemo Analyze comes in four editions:
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Nemo Fleet Manager – Fleet Manager only, no post-processing functionality
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Nemo Analyze Lite with Nemo Fleet Manager – Limited report generation edition
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Nemo Analyze Standard with Nemo Fleet Manager – Perfect solution for all postprocessing and statistical reporting tasks
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Nemo Analyze Professional with Nemo Fleet Manager – Specialist edition for
advanced troubleshooting and custom KPI creation
Lite
Database engine
Organizing measurement data into subsets
Statistical reporting with Crystal Reports
Benchmarking reports
Measurement data visualization with complete set of data views
Playback of individual log files
Cell reference data with base station map overlay
Data export to MapInfo, Excel, txt, and Google Earth
Database filtering based on technology, time, operator, etc.
Parameter statistics
Automatable file upload and report/workbook execution
Area binning
Custom SQL queries
KPI Workbench with an easy-to-use GUI for creating custom
KPIs
Statistical reporting with MS Excel
Advanced cell reference information incl. drift from antenna
main lobe
Advanced data filtering and global filters
ODBC connectivity to 3rd party databases
Automated problem survey with drill-down
Automated detection/analysis of common GSM/UMTS problems
Nemo Analyze
Standard
Professional
SUPPORTED TECHNOLOGIES/NEMO ANALYZE
Nemo Analyze Standard and Nemo Analyze Professional can be equipped with support for
the following technologies. Nemo Analyze Lite always comes with and is strictly limited to the
support for GSM, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA, and HSUPA.
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GSM
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GPRS
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EDGE
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AMPS
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TDMA
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CDMA2000
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WCDMA
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HSDPA
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HSUPA
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WiMAX mobile
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TD-SCDMA
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DVB-H
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TETRA
SUPPORT FOR NETWORK MEASUREMENT TOOLS/NEMO ANALYZE
Nemo Analyze Standard and Nemo Analyze Professional can be equipped with support for
the following network measurement tools.
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Nemo Outdoor, Nemo Autonomous, Nemo Compact-i, Nemo Handy, and Nemo Q
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Ericsson TEMS Investigation
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Ericsson TEMS Pocket
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EADS REMS Tetrapol
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS FOR FLEET MANAGER/NEMO ANALYZE
STANDALONE/NEMO ANALYZE CLIENT
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PC with Windows® XP Professional/Windows Vista™
Pentium III processor or better, minimum 1 GHz, preferably 2 GHz
1 GB RAM minimum
1 GB of free hard disk space for installation and use; 20 GB recommended
Nemo Analyze copy protection module
One parallel port or USB port for copy protection module
Display resolution 1024x768 min, 1280x1024 or better recommended
Minimum Crystal Reports version requirement is Crystal Reports Professional edition
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS FOR NEMO ANALYZE DATABASE SERVER
Hardware examples are subject to change as more optimal server platforms become
available.
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Hardware: 64-bit Windows Server or 64-bit Sun Solaris Server (SPARC Processor
Architecture)
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Software: Analyze 5 database engine, ObjectStore DB Server
NEMO TOOLS
In addition to Nemo Autonomous, Anite Finland Ltd. offers a comprehensive range of tools
and software for measuring and analyzing wireless networks.
Nemo Analyze™
Nemo Analyze™ is a powerful and versatile, cutting-edge analysis
tool for performing benchmarking, troubleshooting and statistical
reporting based on drive test data. The system scales from a
standalone tool to an enterprise-level client/server solution and
incorporates an innovative, low-maintenance database engine that
has been designed and optimized specifically for high-performance
post-processing of drive test data.
Nemo Outdoor™
A portable engineering tool for measuring and monitoring the air
interface of TETRA, GSM (HSCSD, GPRS, EDGE), WCDMA
(UMTS), TDMA (IS-136), AMPS, cdmaOne, CDMA 2000, UMA,
HSDPA, HSDPA 16QAM, HSUPA, TD-SCDMA and WiMAX wireless
networks.
-with Indoor Option
Nemo Outdoor is ideal for indoor measurements. Lightweight Tablet
PC makes it is easy to carry and allows the user to plot the
measurement route on a floor plan with a click of a pen.
-with Multi Option
Nemo Outdoor Multi enables benchmarking measurements on
multiple networks and even on multiple technologies at the same
time. Possibility to establish up to five simultaneous packet/circuitswitched data connections from test terminals.
Nemo Compact-i™
Nemo Compact-i, the first Ultra Mobile PC-type measurement device
on the market, broadens the Nemo handheld measurement tool
palette to support the CDMA/EV-DO and HSDPA networks.
Intelligent and compact computing performance introduced in a
package that fits in your pocket.
Nemo Handy™
Nemo Handy is a state-of-the-art handheld tool for testing mobile
application QoS/QoE and measuring the air interface of
EGSM/GPRS/EDGE/WCDMA/HSDPA/Wi-Fi
802b/g
wireless
networks. Nemo Handy not only provides you with the best real-time
measurement visualization on the handheld market, it also enables
you to build your own custom real-time views for all the relevant
network parameters supported by the terminal’s mobile trace
interface.
Nemo Q™
Nemo Q is an easy-to-use troubleshooting tool for customer-assisted
network problem solving. Nemo Q supports GSM, GPRS, EDGE,
WCDMA, and HSDPA wireless networks and is available for Nokia
N75, N80, N95, N95 US, 6120, and 6121 terminals. The unique
concept of Nemo Q, where the end-customer is able to send a log file
to the service provider each time a network problem is encountered,
represents the future of the service provider business.
CONTACT INFORMATION
For additional information on our company and products, please visit our website at
www.anite.com/nemo.
Email
Tel.
Fax
Address
Global
nemo.sales@anite.com
+358 50 395 7700
+358 8 551 6182
Anite Finland Ltd, Kiviharjunlenkki 1 D, 90220 Oulu, Finland
Email
Tel.
Fax
Address
North America
nemo.sales@anite.com
+1 214 566 4972
+1 972 929 9898
Anite Inc., 6225 N. State Hwy 161, Suite 425, Irving, TX 75038, USA
Email
Tel.
Fax
Address
APAC
nemo.sales@anite.com
+65 6254 9003
+65 6254 9885
Anite Singapore Pte Ltd, 101 Thomson Road, #20-05 United Square,
Singapore 307591
Email
Tel.
Fax
Address
P.R. China
nemo.sales@anite.com
+86 10 6567 8528
+86 10 6567 8521
Anite Wireless Trading (Beijing) Ltd., Room 2109, 21st Floor, The Exchange
Beijing, No. Yi 118, Jianguo Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100022, China
Email
Tel.
Address
Email
Tel.
Fax
Address
UK & Ireland
shaun.desmond@anite.com
+44 7973 992701
Mr Shaun Desmond
Bristol
UK
Western Europe & France
harri.sillanpaa@anite.com
Mobile +33 6 79 908 736
Tel. +33 1 4503 4988
+33 1 4503 4588
Mr Harri Sillanpää
Paris
France
Email
Tel.
Address
ME & C.I.S
tuomas.laukka@anite.com
+ 971 5045 16393
Mr Tuomas Laukka
DAFZA
P.O Box 293832
Dubai. U.A.E
For information on other local representatives near you, please check the updated contact
information list at www.anite.com/nemo.
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copied in accordance with the terms of such license. The information in this paper 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 material.
Except as permitted by such license, no part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by
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