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Online Alexithymia Questionnaire
Did test 4 Jan 2017
"Test Results: 129 Points
Alexithymia: You show high alexithymic traits."

Detailed Results

Your result is broken down into various factors to give you some insight into your result.

Category: Difficulty Identifying Feelings: 21 Points <15 - 18>
In this category you show high alexithymic traits.

Category: Difficulty Describing Feelings: 17 Points <10 - 12>
In this category you show high alexithymic traits.

Category: Vicarious Interpretation of Feelings: 9 Points <8 - 9>
In this category you show some alexithymic traits.

Category: Externally-Oriented Thinking: 30 Points <18 - 21>
In this category you show high alexithymic traits.

Category: Restricted Imaginative Processes: 27 Points <18 - 21>
In this category you show high alexithymic traits.

Category: Problematic Interpersonal Relationships: 18 Points <15 - 18>
In this category you show some alexithymic traits.

Category: Sexual Difficulties and Disinterest: 7 Points <10 - 12>
In this category you show no alexithymic traits.
psychology  test 
january 2017 by pierredv
Nokia's rfView could put an end to drive testing - FierceWirelessTech May 2014
"Nokia (NYSE:NOK) aims to get engineers out of the driver's seat by putting spectrum analyzers into base stations, eliminating the need for costly, labor-intensive and time-consuming drive testing to identify and solve radio-frequency interference. The vendor's rfView project has already undergone prototyping and validation through field tests with South Korean operators SK Telecom and KT in the cities of Kwangju and Daejeon. In a company newsletter, Nokia said rfView "allows for automated radio frequency monitoring and interference detection, remotely and non-intrusively, without performance degradation." This approach can eliminate the need for site visits, where a portable spectrum analyzer is connected to the antenna to perform a manual scan of the radio band for components causing interference, as well as drive tests, whereby a vehicle equipped with an antenna and a spectrum analyzer monitors RF spectrum around the cell site."
Nokia  interference  spectrum  measurement  cellular  drive  test 
may 2014 by pierredv
Sniff out and fix interference … without drive testing | Nokia Solutions and Networks May 2014
"A Nokia innovation showcase under the FutureWorks initiative is aiming to make drive testing and site visits history when it comes to dealing with radio frequency performance issues. Called rfVIEW, the project has undergone prototyping and validation through field tests with leading South Korean operators."
Nokia  interference  spectrum  measurement  cellular  drive  test 
may 2014 by pierredv
LCC - Drive Testing Services
"The Drive testing service is very often an integral part of LCC’s Managed Service approach where LCC not only collects the data but also manages the data post–processing and reporting of the results. Drive test services are not only limited to vehicle based measurements but also include pedestrian, indoor, train and underground, as well as measurements performed by boat or even on skis and snowmobiles."
drive  test  measurement  spectrum  cellular 
february 2014 by pierredv
LTE Drive: Test Test Types and Parameters for LTE Driving Testing
"Equipment for LTE drive tests, according to Emilio Franchy, senior product manager at test and measurement company Anritsu, generally includes a scanning receiver and multiple UEs, plus a laptop that is running software to record the data from the drive testing that can later be analyzed in a laboratory. Anritsu’s Link Master ML 87110A is the company’s multiband receiver or scanning receiver, with the 10 model designed for use in North America and the 20 model for international use. The UEs provide data on performance and interactions with the network, while the scanning receiver can pick up sources of interference that can hamper network performance. Franchy said that some sources of interference can include repeaters inside businesses meant to improve cellular network signals that actually interfere with the network; and more prosaic sources such as certain fluorescent lights that can generate strong interference signals"
LTE  Anritsu  drive  test 
february 2014 by pierredv

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