Changes between Version 29 and Version 30 of GEC16Agenda/WiMAX-Developers


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Timestamp:
03/27/13 13:20:05 (10 years ago)
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hmussman@bbn.com
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  • GEC16Agenda/WiMAX-Developers

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    197197Airspan base stations with defects, and their current status: [[BR]]
    198  *  Michigan 1:  RMA received but RF transmitters reporting Fault; client connection fails; Actively debugging with Airspan technical support who has remote access to the base station
    199  *  Clemson 1: short outage due to GPS unit corrosion - replaced GPS and back to normal
    200  *  Clemson 2: failed on first boot; went through circular debug-RAM request-debug-RMA request; Airspan confirmed needing RMA 3/18 Mon. AM but no shipping/charging info 
     198 *  Michigan 1:  Sent with RMA after power accident/fault;  Received with power fixed, but RF transmitters reporting Fault; client connection fails; 3/27: actively debugging with Airspan technical support who has remote access to the base station
     199 *  Clemson 1: short outage due to GPS unit corrosion - replaced GPS and back to normal.
     200 *  Clemson 2: failed on first boot; went through circular debug-RMA request-debug-RMA request; 3/18:  Airspan examined remotely, and confirmed problem needing RMA, and offered to advance ship a replacement, while Clemson returns unit. 
    201201 *  Clemson 3: high loss when connected to Netspan, waiting for new GPS receiver, then proceed to Airspan debug
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     203Technical tickets:  Manu has an account, track all open tickets.
     204Airspan has remote access:  Michigan 1;  Clemson 2 (more?)
     205
     206RMA process:  Typically Manu starts, site continues, and Airspan approves;  then site ships back;  who pays for shipping when there is an Airspan fault?
     207Approximate shipping costs:  $300
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    203209Next steps:  [[BR]]