CALL (also called Active Cell mode) is the default operating mode. In CALL mode, signaling between the mobile station and the base station emulator is used for call origination, handoffs, and other operations that simulate in-service mobile interaction. When CALL is selected, closed loop power control will be automatically set to its active mode. See CALL[:CELL]:CLPControl:REVerse:MODE<[:SELected]|:TA2000> for closed loop power control commands.
D2KTest (also called IS-2000 Test) mode commands the test set to transmit a forward CDMA channel with no call processing capability. In this mode, a mobile station that complies with IS-2000 test mode will camp on to the forward channel. The test set will continually send an F-FCH on the user entered Walsh code, which the mobile station can use to make FER measurements. The mobile station must begin transmitting the R-FCH before reverse link measurements can be made.
AVCTest mode generates a forward analog voice channel to make measurements on mobiles in analog test mode. The SAT can be turned on or off in this mode. Internal and external FM are available. There is no over-the-air signaling available.
CW mode makes the test set operate like a signal generator with level (cell power) and frequency (RF generator frequency) control. No reverse demodulation or decoding is available. No over-the-air signaling is available.
OFF (also called Cell Off) mode share the same settings with Active Cell operating mode. However, there is no over-the-air signaling available. All settings are deferred until the Active Cell operating mode is used.