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ePMP F300 Spectrum Analyzer

ePMP F300 Spectrum Analyzer

 

 

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Contributor

Re: ePMP F300 Spectrum Analyzer

Excellent, will spectrum analyzer also be in online mode for other ePMP products?
How does it work, do we need to open a specific port on FW or does it work over https?

 

Regards

Moderator

Re: ePMP F300 Spectrum Analyzer

It is running just over http/https.
We are looking to add it to ePMP1000/2000 products but it will take some time.

Thank you.
Regular Contributor

Re: ePMP F300 Spectrum Analyzer

Nice!

Valued Contributor

Re: ePMP F300 Spectrum Analyzer

Can it be run on a customer's SM over the air?  In other words, when a customer calls in with a performance issue, can we stay in the store and do a SA remotely from his site, without having to drive to his house?

Moderator

Re: ePMP F300 Spectrum Analyzer

Yes, spectrum scanning can be performed over the air.

Specifically dedicated radio is used for Spectrum Analyzer.

 

Thank you.

Contributor

Re: ePMP F300 Spectrum Analyzer

Would that be also possible with ePMP180/200?

 

Regards

Moderator

Re: ePMP F300 Spectrum Analyzer


@ktmw wrote:

Would that be also possible with ePMP180/200?

 

Regards


Yes this is possible. But, as Fedor said, it will take time. The goal is to get rid of the java app and embed directly into the GUI. We are also looking into how we can get it to work via remote access (without needing to be plugged into the radio/SM directly). 

 

Thanks,

Sriram

Regular Contributor

Re: ePMP F300 Spectrum Analyzer


@Cambium_Sriwrote:

@ktmw

Yes this is possible. But, as Fedor said, it will take time. The goal is to get rid of the java app and embed directly into the GUI. We are also looking into how we can get it to work via remote access (without needing to be plugged into the radio/SM directly). 

 

Thanks,

Sriram


Why not just do it like Canopy, and run a timed spectrum analysis where you can just look at the results after the connection comes back up? That would seem to me like it should be relatively simple to implement.

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Re: ePMP F300 Spectrum Analyzer


@Mathew Howard wrote:

@Cambium_Sriwrote:

@ktmw

Yes this is possible. But, as Fedor said, it will take time. The goal is to get rid of the java app and embed directly into the GUI. We are also looking into how we can get it to work via remote access (without needing to be plugged into the radio/SM directly). 

 

Thanks,

Sriram


Why not just do it like Canopy, and run a timed spectrum analysis where you can just look at the results after the connection comes back up? That would seem to me like it should be relatively simple to implement.


Yes, that is one of the options we're exploring as well. Another option would be to listen during free time in the Rx part of the frame. This will allow the SM to stay registered.