RADIO EQUIPMENTS CATALOG

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RADIO EQUIPMENTS CATALOG

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Radio equipment in Xirio are used only in fixed service link and transport network studies. Radio equipment include specific parameters of a microwave link, necessary for quality and unavailability calculations.

Radio equipments catalog allow to create microwave radio equipment preconfigured with values ​​set by the user.

Catalog management viewer for microwave radio equipment has the following filters:

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Filter by service: It allows to obtain all equipment that work at frequencies that are between the initial and final frequency corresponding to the subcategory or radioelectric service selected. This filter consists of cascading drop-down lists, so that in order to select a service it is necessary to select a subcategory before, and to select a subcategory it is necessary to previously select a category, although the category will always be "Fixed Service" microwave.

Filter by band: The system allows selecting one of the existing frequency bands.

Filter by speed: The system filters the equipment with a modulation capable of providing that speed.

Filter by modulation: The system filters all equipment that has the indicated modulation. To select it, the user has the set of all possible modulations (64-QAM, 128-QAM, 256-QAM, etc.) in a drop-down list.

Filter by name: This textual filter supports wildcard characters such as the asterisk (*) or the query (?).

Show only favorite items: In addition, the user can define their favorite catalog items favorite_checked to perform a filtering that only shows these items.

 

Once the user clicks "Search" button, a filter will be combined with all the options selected by the user. In the case that there is no entry that fulfills all the selected features, the lower list will be empty.

Depending on the user permissions, Catalog elements can be consult, modify, delete or create.

The user can modify, edit or consult each catalog element using the radio equipment edition dialog.