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Nokia Hardware & Hardware Repair all what you need for Hardware Repairing for Nokia Phones. Before writing any thread here try to check the Frequently Asked Questions Section.

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Old 07-18-2004, 11:21   #1 (permalink)
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dct-3 net moniter


hi, its me akki .

anyone have idea in dct-3 net moniter how to use ?

like in 06 menu ; it shows u all nerest oprater. so waht we think receiving is ok ?

or in 01 menu. sear in some db. so i want to know how net moniter give benefit in prob..... in no networks phones.
any one have idea so pls... explain cause i know this thing very good to reapir net prob... phones. but menus not understand

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Old 07-18-2004, 12:06   #2 (permalink)
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Hi akshay

Search the forum /internet
for net monitor manual there is an old *.pdf document detailing whats what in net monitor

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Old 07-18-2004, 17:22   #3 (permalink)
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with all the credits going to Eleoson, id like to share this very useful info with regards to netmonitor and signal repair:

Test 01
1)AGCH--->CCCH--->AGCH--->CCCH = no tx
a. 51XX/61XX= P. A. then RX/TX Combiner then Cobba.
b. 3210 = Z504 then P.A. then TX Filters then Cobba.
c. 33XX = Antenna Switch then P.A. then C109 then Cobba then Hagar.
d. Others = Antenna Switch then P.A. then Cobba then Hagar.

2)SEAR--->BCCH--->AGCH--->SDCC--->Restart = MSID problem.
a. All = Update FAID then repair eeprom then Cobba.

3)SEAR-------------------------------------->Restart = Cobba Problem.
a. All = Rework or Replace Cobba.

4)SEAR--->XXXX---->NSPS--->SEAR--->so on = RX Problem.
a. 51XX/61XX = 13 MHz Filter then IF Filter then IF IC.
b. 3210 = IF Filter then 13 Mhz Filter then RX Filters then IF IC then Duplexer.
c. Others = RX Filters then HAGAR.

5)SEAR--------------------------------------->SEAR = Cobba Problem.
a. All= Rework or Replace Cobba.

6)SEAR--->BCCH--->SEAR--->BCCH = Antenna Problem.
a. All = Check Antenna.
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Good job nuj! That's quite helpful.
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what should i do if just appear SEAR but not restart (3310)
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)SEAR--------------------------------------->SEAR = Cobba Problem.
a. All= Rework or Replace Cobba.
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thank's brother..., in other case i still confuse about IMSI , HOPPING, etc, 1.st can you give a short explanation ????
2nd. can you give a short explanation
step by step ( from 01 - till the end ) i think it will be better because it can help any techniciants.

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thanx very much i know about only sear prob.... but u explain me a lot .
thanx very much brother.

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That post was meant to serve as a quick guide for us technicians in rectifying signal faults. As for your questions regarding IMSI, HOPPING, im sorry to say Im not very familiar with them all.
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but pls..... try to find this doc..

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this is very gud

thanx 4 ur knowledge..

im about to study this net monitor thing but couldnt catch up!...

im glad u share.
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