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2010-07-27, 11:27 AM
TEMS Investigation 11.0.2
Release Note

About this Release
Release date: 2010-07-22
Corrected functions in release 11.0.2
- "User's Manual" volume missing from online help application. – Bug fixed (file naming issue).
- Common Cell Info of some LTE cells not decoded correctly. – Bug fixed.
- Unhandled exception error when using TEMS Positioning Tool. – The settings file for this tool
("TEMS.PinpointMap.PositioningTool.Settings.PositioningToolSettings.config") was stored under <install
dir>\Application. It has now been moved to the correct location <install dir>\Application\Settings.
- IP packet capture failed on PC running Japanese Windows. – Language issue: TEMS Investigation looked for
a RAS adapter called "WAN Miniport (Network Monitor)", and did not recognize its Japanese name. This bug
has been fixed.
- While doing analysis on HSPA+ the information element 16QAM, 64QAM and QPSK are not showing the
correct values. - Bug fixed.
- Missing layer 3 signalling on second network connect solved by new Samsung software for GT-B3710
(B3710XBJF1) and R900 (R900_LTEDE28A_USB)

Enhancements in release 11.0.2
- Support added for Novatel Wireless MC996D (non-MIMO software).
- GSM-only license for Sony E******* W995 phones modified to turn off visibility of WCDMA-related features
more thoroughly in the TEMS Investigation user interface: for example, RAT lock and WCDMA scanning
functions. Furthermore, this type of license locks the phone to GSM.
- Support added for Qualcomm TD9600 devices (having LTE capability)
- Improved PESQ computation for Samsung CDMA devices SPH-M320 and M330.
- Support added for Samsung GT-B3730.
- Support added for Sierra Wireless U312.
Corrected functions in release 11.0.1
- When replaying logfiles with WCDMA scan data from TEMS Pocket 7.2.2, the event More Than 3 Strong SCs
was triggered only for the first UARFCN scanned. – Bug fixed.
Enhancements in release 11.0.1
- The Manual UE Configuration utility has been completely redesigned. The new user interface is found on a tab
named "Device Configuration". On this tab you manually select the device type: for example, HSPA capable
Qualcomm chipset based. A listing of the device ports (named as in the Windows Device Manager) then
appears, and you associate each port with its function (Air/Data/AT/Ethernet interface). Since the assignment is
purely functional with no reference to COM port numbers, the UE configuration is portable between PCs.
TEMS Investigation 11.0.1 Release Note
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The new user interface is used for all supported devices concerned, except Datang devices, for which the old
setup dialog still needs to be used. The old dialog, where "Air Interface Port", "Data Port", etc. are associated
with fixed COM port numbers, is now relegated to a separate tab ("Port Configuration").
- Support of Qualcomm TD8220.
- Support of TEMS Pocket 8.1 logfiles.
- Support for Sharp 943SH.
- Detector created for HTC Touch Pro 2 IP connection application.
- Support for Sierra Wireless AC 503 software release M3.0.9.0.
- Support for DRT software version 02.02.13.
HTC Touch Pro 2 phones are now connectable in TEMS Investigation. However, these devices need some
configuring before TEMS Investigation can detect them. The details of the configuration differ depending on the
phone. For more information, see HTC Touch Pro 2 chapter below. Also note that a license is required for these
devices. Please, contact our sales offices for offering.
- Support of HTC Touch Pro 2 Verizon EV-DO/UMTS UE.
- Support of HTC Touch Pro 2 AWS/ T-Mobile.
- Support of HTC Touch Pro 2 EU.
- Support of HTC Touch Pro 2 AT&T.