NodeView provides a visual overview of TetraNode elements, showing current calls, channel load and alarm status of each of the elements.
Within TetraNode, so-called events are distributed through the network to indicate system alarms, but also to pass on call-related data. NodeView receives these events and visualizes them real time to the operator. NodeView uses intuitive Graphical User Interface techniques to provide a clear graphical view of the system. The application comes with a map-based top level view and a hierarchical display of system component details. Different levels of detail can be shown or hidden to indicate the loading of the system, base station sites and gateways.
As for call-related data, the tool displays all active calls, including calling, called and talking party identification. Configurable alerts are available in order to attract the operator’s attention to changes in the system status.
With this information at their fingertips, organizations can continuously assess system load and make informed decisions, for instance, about the need to scale up the system. Alarms are instantly shown to highlight issues in the equipment. It is obvious that for mission-critical users needing to stay in tune with their system NodeView has great benefits.