Download Nemo Analyze manual 7.30.pdf PDF

TitleNemo Analyze manual 7.30.pdf
File Size39.7 MB
Total Pages564
Table of Contents
                            1 quick guide
	1.1 Setting up the system
2 Before You Begin
	2.1 End-User License Agreement
	2.2 Notes
3 Installing Nemo Analyze
	3.1 Hardware and software requirements
	3.2 Nemo Analyze installation
	3.3 Licensing
		3.3.1 License Server (Floating License)
		3.3.2 HASP USB key
			3.3.2.1 No valid license detected
			3.3.2.2 No valid technical support agreement
		3.3.3 Technical support expiration
4 Starting Nemo Analyze
5 Using Nemo Analyze
6 workspace
	6.1 Exporting/importing favorite parameters
	6.2 Workspace filters
7 Creating the Database
	7.1 Adding files to the database
		7.1.1 Migrating Nemo Analyze database to a new laptop
		7.1.2 Importing image files as maps
	7.2 Organize measurements
		7.2.1 Drag & drop folders
		7.2.2 Search folders
		7.2.3 Hiding measurements
		7.2.4 Query folders
		7.2.5 Voice Quality folders
		7.2.6 Refresh All Folders
	7.3 Joined measurements
	7.4 Adding descriptions to measurement files and folders
	7.5 Delete Folder Contents
	7.6 Retrieving original files from the database
	7.7 Database CleanUp
8 Viewing Measurement Data
	8.1 Parameters
		8.1.1 Statistics/Statistics with filters over parameter
		8.1.2 Statistics by/Statistics with Filters By: No Grouping
		8.1.3 Statistics by: Fixed Geographical Bin Area
			8.1.3.1 Statistics by: Bounding Geographical Bin Area
		8.1.4 Lee’s criteria sampling for scanner measurements
		8.1.5 Parameter launchpad
		8.1.6 Change Defaults
	8.2 Viewing measurement data in graphs
	8.3 Viewing measurement data on map
		8.3.1 Changing default map
		8.3.2 Opening measurement files on map
		8.3.3 Opening BTS files on map
		8.3.4 Viewing notification icons on map
		8.3.5 Use Case 1: Viewing cell footprints, RSCP footprints, and LTE footprints
		8.3.6 Use Case 2: Viewing uplink voice quality server data
			Step 1: Loading Voice Quality Measurement Data into the Database
			Step 2: Running Queries on Uplink Voice Quality Server Data
		8.3.7 Use Case 3: Viewing IP/UDP packet trace data
			Step 1: Installing Microsoft® Network Monitor 3.4
			Step 2: Open a Workbook Based on a Measurement File
			Step 3: Load IP Trace Files (.pcap) into the Database
			Step 4: Open an IP Trace Information Workbook Based on the Corresponding IP Trace File (.pcap)
			Step 5: View Synchronized Measurement and IP Trace Data
	8.4 Parameter filtering
		8.4.1 Filtering based on polygon area
		8.4.2 Use Case 4: Global parameter filtering based on a secondary parameter
	8.5 Filtering data and creating custom KPIs
	8.6 Drill-down
		8.6.1 Drilling Down from Map Data view
		8.6.2 Drilling down from event type parameters in Map Data view
	8.7 Exclude events
	8.8 Data views
	8.9 Graphs
		8.9.1 Graph Tools menu
		8.9.2 Graph popup menu
		8.9.3 Change Graph Type
		8.9.4 Reset
		8.9.5 Query
		8.9.6 Pick Parameter
		8.9.7 Add Function
		8.9.8 Add Reference Line
		8.9.9 Tool
		8.9.10 Mode
		8.9.11 Side Panel
		8.9.12 3D Mode
		8.9.1 Line Graph Filled
		8.9.2 Group Values
		8.9.3 Graph Properties
		8.9.4 Layer Properties
		8.9.5 Layer properties for line graphs
		8.9.6 Layer properties for bar graphs
		8.9.7 Layer properties for scatter graphs
		8.9.8 Use Case 5: Multiple graph layers
		8.9.9 Use Case 6: Notification icons in graphs
		8.9.10 Use Case 7: Correlating parameters using color grids and surface graphs
	8.10 Grids
		8.10.1 Side Panel
		8.10.2 Row Details
		8.10.3 Export Data to
		8.10.4 Grid Properties
		8.10.5 Use Case 8: Color sets in grids
		8.10.6 Use Case 9: Play audio sample
		8.10.7 Use Case 10: Using L3 and RRC message search parameters
	8.11 Maps
		8.11.1 Viewing in live maps
		8.11.2 Google Street View
		8.11.3 Google Earth
		8.11.4 Map Tools menu
		8.11.5 Map popup menu
		8.11.6 Add
		8.11.7 Find
		8.11.8 Generate color set
		8.11.9 Export to KML file
		8.11.10 Zoom to Layers
		8.11.11 Create New Folder From This Area
		8.11.12 Set As Default Location
		8.11.13 Show Street View on Location
		8.11.14 Hide Street View
		8.11.15 Side Panel - Map
		8.11.16 Drawing options
		8.11.17 Tool
		8.11.18 MapX
		8.11.19 Map Properties
		8.11.20 Route Properties
		8.11.21 Draw route as symbols
		8.11.22 BTS files
		8.11.23 BTS properties
		8.11.24 Use Case 11: Adding map layers and saving layer combinations as geosets
		8.11.25 Use Case 12: Coloring routes based on BTS coverage
			Step 1: Open a measurement and a BTS file on a map
			Step 2: Color routes based on BTS coverage
		8.11.26 Use Case 13: Performing area binning
			Step 1: Select Bin Area
			Step 2: Select Measurement File(s)
			Step 3: Adjusting Bin Size
			Step 4: Exporting Area Binning Data
			8.11.26.1 Distance-based binning
		8.11.27 Use Case 14: Comparing two groups of measurements from the same route on map
			Step 1: Open a Measurement File on a Map
			Step 2: Performing Delta Plotting on Map
		8.11.28 Use Case 15: Displaying base station cell beam range on map
		8.11.29 Use Case 16: Synchronizing base station map overlay with grid rows
		8.11.30 Use Case 17: Using BTS reference parameters
		8.11.31 Use Case 18: Displaying base station connections on map based on pilot pollution
	8.12 Spreadsheets
		8.12.1 Editing cell format
		8.12.2 Filtering data
		8.12.3 Creating formulas
		8.12.4 Adding functions
		8.12.5 Use Case 19: Retrieving data from minimized data sets
		8.12.6 Use Case 20: Creating reports and report templates using spreadsheets
	8.13 Processing uplink voice quality data
	8.14 Indoor measurements
	8.15 Numerical data views
	8.16 Info views
	8.17 Timeline view
		8.17.1 Highlight Parameter in Timeline view
		8.17.2 Notifications in Timeline view
		8.17.3 Range selection in Timeline view
	8.18 Other views
		8.18.1 Network Parameters
		8.18.2 Measurement Settings
		8.18.3 Properties
		8.18.4 Query Clipboard
		8.18.5 Activity
		8.18.6 Window Browser
		8.18.7 Log window
9 Workbooks
	9.1 Adding data views
	9.2 Adding pages
	9.3 Saving a workbook
	9.4 Exporting workbooks
		9.4.1 Exporting workbooks as PDF/MS Word/MS PowerPoint files
		9.4.2 Exporting workbooks as image files
	9.5 Copying a workbook
	9.6 Workbook Properties
	9.7 Page Properties
	9.8 Example workbook
10 Reports
	10.1 Spreadsheet report templates (.srt)
	10.2 SIRIQ AKIA reports
	10.3 Workbooks
		10.3.1 Generating reports
		10.3.2 Generating reports from multiple files
		10.3.3 Running reports
	10.4 Creating custom reports with Spreadsheet Report Designer
		10.4.1 Creating and opening a report template
		10.4.2 Column group
		10.4.3 Insert columns
		10.4.4 Cumulation and density for specific parameters
		10.4.5 Modifying a spreadsheet report template
		10.4.6 Handling of deleted or renamed worksheets
		10.4.7 Using VBA macros in Analyze Spreadsheet reports
		10.4.8 Showing PDF/CDF charts in reports
			10.4.8.1 Use case 1: Exporting a workbook from Nemo Analyze
			10.4.8.2 Use case 2: Creating a chart in Spreadsheet Report Designer
		10.4.9 Showing map plots in report templates
	10.5 Reporting with Microsoft Excel
	10.6 Reporting with Crystal Reports
		10.6.1 Exporting reports
		10.6.2 Configuring reports
	10.7 Reporting with PowerPoint
		10.7.1 PowerPoint 2007 setup
	10.8 Creating Custom Queries
	10.9 SQL queries
		10.9.1 Getting started
		10.9.2 Nemo Analyze database schema
		10.9.3 Relations between tables
		10.9.4 Mapping of Nemo log file events to database tables
		10.9.5 Views – Automatically joined tables
		10.9.6 Database timestamps
		10.9.7 Filtering log files
		10.9.8 Value enumeration
		10.9.9 Connections
		10.9.10 Correlating tables based on time
		10.9.11 Time range correlation
		10.9.12 Guidelines for creating SQL queries
		10.9.13 Unique features of Nemo Analyze SQL interface
		10.9.14 SQL vs. KPI workbench
	10.10 Query Manager
		10.10.1 Pick Measurement Parameter
		10.10.2 Generic Query Wizard
		10.10.3 Manual Query
		10.10.4 Correlate parameters
	10.11 Database Browser
	10.12 Custom KPI Workbench
		10.12.1 Designing custom KPIs and adding input data sets
		10.12.2 Parameter
		10.12.3 Combining input data sets
		10.12.4 Correlation: Previous/Current/Next Value
		10.12.5 Correlation: Previous Or Current Value/Next Or Current Value
		10.12.6 Correlation: All Values Within Time Range
		10.12.7 Join: Inner Join
		10.12.8 Join: Left Outer Join
		10.12.9 Join: Union
		10.12.10 Join: Cartesian Product
		10.12.11 Adding operations
		10.12.12 Operation: Case
		10.12.13 Operation: Moving Average
		10.12.14 Operation: Conversion
		10.12.15 Operation: State Machine
		10.12.16 Operation: Group By/Binning
		10.12.17 Aggregate Functions
		10.12.18 Sort elements
		10.12.19 Filters
		10.12.20 Filters: Top-N, Bottom-N, Nth Best, and Nth Worst
		10.12.21 Mathematical functions
		10.12.22 Time functions: Resample
		10.12.23 Time functions: Time Shift
		10.12.24 Running and testing KPIs
		10.12.25 Saving KPIs as components
		10.12.26 Saving Custom KPIs
		10.12.27 Reopening custom KPIs for editing
		10.12.28 Defining KPI execution method and value constants
			Defining value constants
		10.12.29 Use Case 21: Creating complex filters using multiple conditions
		10.12.30 Use Case 22: Creating a KPI for dropped calls resulting from a missing handover
			Step 1: Planning and Adding Parameters
			Step 2: Combining raw data sets
			Step 3: Adding Operations
			Step 4: Running and Testing the KPI
	10.13 Analytics
	10.14 (S)FTP Log File Autoload
11 Other Tasks
	11.1 Editing color sets
	11.2 Importing color sets
		11.2.1 Automatic generation of color sets
		11.2.2 Use Case 23: Automatic generation of color set for a value range
		11.2.3 Use Case 24: Creating a color set
		11.2.4 Use Case 25: Creating and applying a color set on map
		11.2.5 Use Case 26: Creating and applying a color set in grid
	11.3 Scheduling events
		11.3.1 Report events
		11.3.2 Workbook events
		11.3.3 Load folder events
		11.3.4 KPI Threshold Alarm events
		11.3.5 Defining recurring events
	11.4 Task Manager and Problem Repository
		11.4.1 Configuring and editing a task
	11.5 Managing Workspace with Projects
	11.6 Managing users and user groups
		11.6.1 User groups
	11.7 Viewing Server statistics
		11.7.1 Managing tasks
	11.8 Editing Operator Settings
	11.9 Editing CDMA operator settings
	11.10 Configuring notification icons
		11.10.1 Configuring notifications using the Parameters view
		11.10.2 Notification configuration
	11.11 Menu Editor
	11.12 Configuring system settings
		11.12.1 Options – Environment
		11.12.2 Options – Database
		11.12.3 Options – Color
		11.12.4 Options – Scheduler
		11.12.5 Options – Statistics
		11.12.6 Options – IP Trace
		11.12.7 Options – Graph
		11.12.8 Options – Map
		11.12.9 Options – BTS
		11.12.10 Importing custom settings
	11.13 Exporting custom settings
		11.13.1 Importing MapInfo polygons
	11.14 Viewing log on system performance and SQL functions
	11.15 Loading Nemo CEM logfiles
12 User Interface
	12.1 Menus
		12.1.1 File menu
		12.1.2 View menu
		12.1.3 Tools menu
		12.1.4 Utilities menu
		12.1.5 Commander menu
		12.1.6 Live Map menu
		12.1.7 Layout menu
		12.1.8 Help menu
13 Shortcut Keys
14 troubleshooting
15 FAQ
16 Technical Support
	16.1 User Club
	16.2 Nemo Support Portal
	16.3 Phone and Email support
17 Appendix 1
	17.1 Making MapInfo® maps
		17.1.1 Registering a raster map
18 APPENDIX 2
	18.1 Adding CSV files to the database
		18.1.1 Opening CSV files from the database
		18.1.2 Opening CSV files without database import
		18.1.3 Creating custom queries for CSV files
19  Appendix 3
	19.1 Event-based data recording principle of Nemo Tools
20 Appendix 4
	20.1 Difference between Nemo call events and ETSI call events
21 Appendix 5
	End-User License Agreement
                        
Document Text Contents
Page 1

WWW.ANITE.COM/NEMO





NEMO ANALYZE 7.30
USER MANUAL

Page 2

NEMO ANALYZE USER MANUAL



Page 2


Copyright

The information contained in this document is confidential and no part of it may be copied or
reproduced in any form without the written consent of Anite Network Testing. Additionally, this
document is not to be passed to or discussed with third parties without the prior written permission of
Anite Network Testing.

Anite’s products are subject to continual development and specifications may change. Users of Anite’s
products and documentation should exercise their own independent judgement to evaluate the
suitability of Anite’s products and documentation for their particular use. Anite does not accept any
liability arising from the application or use of the product or this documentation.

All reasonable care has been made to ensure that this document is accurate. If you have any
comments on this document, or would like details of any Anite products, services or equipment,
please contact us through the Anite website.

Revision 7.30.00

Last Edited April 2015

Page 282

NEMO ANALYZE USER MANUAL



Page 282


10.3.2 Generating reports from multiple files

You can also generate reports from multi-measurements or from folders containing several files.
Right-click on the multi-measurement file name, or on the folder, and select Report and the report
template.



In the Report Scope dialog you can define what kind of data will be included in the report. After
making all the selections, click OK and the report is generated.



System and Band define from
which cellular systems and
frequency data will be included in
the report.

Page 283

NEMO ANALYZE USER MANUAL



Page 283








With Area | Name you can select a polygon area you have previously saved.

By clicking polygon icon you are able to select a polygon on the map. After selection, Add
polygon dialog opens, in which you can give the polygon a name.

You can zoom in and zoom out to change the map view.

By clicking the hand icon you can move the map by dragging it.

By clicking you can erase the area selection made.

Begin time and End time define
the time period from which data is
included in the report. By selecting
the Area option, and clicking the
Define Area.. tab, you can enter
the Select Area dialog below.

Select Area defines the
geographical area from which data
is included in the report.

Page 563

NEMO ANALYZE USER MANUAL



Page 563


SentinelRMS*

© 1989-2006 SafeNet, Inc.

All rights reserved



SentinelRMSe*

© 1989-2006 SafeNet, Inc.

All rights reserved



Iperf copyright. Copyright (c) 1999-2006, The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois. All
Rights Reserved. Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of
this software (Iperf) and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software
without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish,
distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the
Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions: Redistributions of source code
must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimers.
Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and
the following disclaimers in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
distribution. Neither the names of the University of Illinois, NCSA, nor the names of its contributors
may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this Software without specific prior
written permission. THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
CONTIBUTORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT
OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE
SOFTWARE.



5. DUAL-MEDIA SOFTWARE. You may receive the Software Product in more than one medium.
Regardless of the type or size of medium you receive, you may use only that one medium that is
appropriate for the systems you use to operate the Software Product. You may not use or install
the other medium on any system. You may not loan, rent, lease or otherwise transfer the other
medium to another user, except as part of the permanent transfer (as provided above) of the
Software Product.

6. CONFIDENTIALITY AND NON-DISCLOSURE. You agree to keep in confidence and not to disclose
in any manner or form to any third party nor publish any such data or information related to the
Software Product. You agree to protect all information and data provided to you by Anite Finland
Ltd related to the Software Product with the same degree of care that you use to protect your own
like data and information, but with not less than that due care exercised by a reasonably prudent
person under the same or similar circumstances.

7. U.S. GOVERNMENTAL RESTRICTED RIGHTS. The Software Product and documentation are
provided with Restricted Rights. Use, duplication, or disclosure by the Government is subject to
restrictions as set forth in subparagraph (c)(1)(ii) of the Rights in Technical Data and Computer
Software clause at DFARS 252.277-7013 or subparagraphs (c)(1) and (2) of the Commercial
Computer Software - Restricted Rights at 48 CFR 52-227-19, as applicable.

Page 564

NEMO ANALYZE USER MANUAL



Page 564


8. LIMITED WARRANTY. Anite Finland Ltd warrants that (a) the Software Product will perform
substantially in accordance with the accompanying written materials for a period of three (3)
months from the date of receipt, and (b) any third party hardware accompanying the Software
Products will be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service for a
period of one (1) year from the date of receipt. To the extent that implied warranties are
disclaimable, they are disclaimed in paragraph 10. Some states/jurisdictions do not allow
disclaimers of or limitations on duration of an implied warranty, so the above limitation may not
apply to you. Any implied warranties on the Software Product and, as applicable, third party
hardware that is not disclaimable are limited to three (3) months and one (1) year respectively.

9. CUSTOMER REMEDIES. Anite Finland Ltd and its suppliers' entire liability and your exclusive
remedy shall be, at Anite Finland Ltd option, either (a) return of the price paid, or (b) repair or
replacement of the software or hardware that does not meet the Limited Warranty contained in this
EULA and which is returned to Anite Finland Ltd. The Limited Warranty contained herein is void if
failure of the software or third party hardware has resulted from accident, abuse, misapplication or
events beyond the control of Anite Finland Ltd including, but not limited to Acts of God, acts of
nature or acts of war. Any replacement Software Products or hardware will be warranted for the
remainder of the original warranty period or thirty (30) days, whichever is longer. Anite Finland Ltd
is not responsible for ensuring adequate backup and storage for your data or records.

10. NO OTHER WARRANTIES. To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, Anite Finland
Ltd disclaims all other warranties, either express or implied, including but not limited to implied
warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement of third-party
rights, with regard to the Software Product, the accompanying written materials, and any
accompanying hardware. This limited warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have others
which vary from state/jurisdiction to state/jurisdiction.

11. NO LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. To the maximum extent permitted by
applicable law, in no event shall Anite Finland Ltd or its suppliers be liable for any damages
whatsoever (including without limitation, special, incidental, consequential, punitive or indirect
damages for personal injury, loss of business profits, business interruption, loss of business
information, or any other pecuniary loss) arising out of the use of or inability to use this Software
Product, even if Anite Finland Ltd has been advised of the possibility of such damages. In any case,
Anite Finland Ltd and its suppliers' entire liability under any provision of this EULA shall be limited to
the amount actually paid by you for the Software Product and/or third party hardware
accompanying the Software Product. The Limitations of Liability contained in this Section apply to
claims of every kind, whether based on contract law, tort law or otherwise, even if these limitations
have the effect of exculpating a party from responsibility for its negligence, fault or other conduct.
Because some states/jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of liability for
consequential or incidental damages, the above limitation may not apply to you.

Similer Documents