If you have a revision prior to the E6701E E.00.08, it is important that you use the downloadable CHM Help File that is specific to your test or lab application revision. This can easily be found in the Release Notes .
The following table lists the GPIB Commands to set the
parameters. Please click the Cell Operation parameter that corresponds to the GPIB command link for more information on the parameter. The GPIB Command tables give a description of the parameter, as well as valid settings and firmware requirements.
All of the parameters listed below are located in the
menu of the test set's front panel. See
How Do I Change Cell Operation Parameters?
for the procedure to configure the cell operation parameters. Refer to the
below before attempting to configure the cell parameters.
|Dual Transfer Mode*||CALL[:CELL]:DTMode|
|Enhanced Dual Transfer Mode*||CALL[:CELL]:DTMode:ENHanced|
|EPC Maximum Step Size*||CALL:SIGNaling:MS:EPControl:STEP:MAXimum|
|Extended Uplink TBF State*||CALL:SIGNaling:MS:EPControl:STEP:MAXimum|
|Mobile DTX State||CALL:MS:DTX[:STATe]|
|* Only applicable to the lab application.|
If the test set is in a test mode (see Test Mode Operating Modes ) operating mode, any BCH parameter can be set at any time.
For more information about the Mobile DTX State and Downlink DTX State, see Discontinuous Transmission .
When TX Level FACCH Signaling is set to on, measurements are aborted and restarted as a result of mobile TX power level changes. However, when TX Level FACCH Signaling is set to off, measurements are not aborted and restarted. This may cause the integrity result for some measurements to indicate an under range or over range condition until the mobile's TX power level is within the specified measurement range. For more information about measurement integrity, see Integrity Indicator .