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    View Backup Frequencies in Frequency Coordination Window
    Topic posted November 25, 2011 by JensBeginner 
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    View Backup Frequencies in Frequency Coordination Window
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    Would be cool to to have the option to add all backup frequencies to the Frequency Coordination Window and make them visible in the spectrum.
    At the Moment the only chance is to lockk them up in the "Frequency List" or via the "Manage Channels...".

    Jens.

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    • Sam Drazin
      Would be cool to to have the option to add all backup frequencies to the Frequency Coordination Window and make them visible in the spectrum.

      Jens, this is a great point. Wireless Workbench 6 had the capability to show backup frequencies as markers in the Coordination plot, with one major caveat: the backup markers would not update in real-time as a Spectrum Manager swaps out frequencies. Without live frequency markers that reflect the current state of the Compatible Frequency List, it was deemed more accurate to not show that data.

      You do, however, have the ability to view Backup Coordination Markers, which are the backups found by the frequency calculator before deployment. All "Coordination Markers" show a preview of the coordinated solution, allowing you to inspect the frequencies found before you deploy them. To view Backup Coordination Markers, right-click on the gray bar above the Coordination Plot and select Show -> Backup Coordination Markers.

      NOTE: Any markers with the term "Coordination" in their name (Coordination Markers and Backup Coordination Markers) will only be displayed while you are in the process of performing Frequency Coordination. Both types of coordination markers will have triangle flags with arrows pointing to the right.


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      Consult the Frequency Coordination tutorial video for more information on frequency coordination and markers.

    • Jens
      Awesome!
      Thx,
      Jens.

     

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