User Guide for Sprint models including: TREBL Magicbox

TREBL User Guide v2.0

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Sprint TREBL User Guide Get to know your TREBL Issue 1.0 Page 11 of 101 Physical design Figure 1: TREBL HOME 4G * model 1.0 Kit includes TREBL, power supply, and Installation Manual. Frequency Band support—B41 Low (2500MHz-2570MHz) TDD 41—B41 High (2620MHz-2690MHz) TX Power • B41: 23dBm per chain (Conducted)

TREBL User Guide v2.0

This guide describes how to use the features of TREBL with Sprint Magic Box, hereafter referred to as TREBL. It contains the following topic: • Revision information.

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Contents
Contents ..................................................................................................................................iii About this guide........................................................................................................................ 5
Revision information............................................................................................................... 6 Note and Attention text .......................................................................................................... 7 Get to know your TREBL............................................................................................................. 8 About TREBL.......................................................................................................................... 9
Capabilities of the device ..................................................................................................... 9 Security features of TREBL...................................................................................................10
Private key ....................................................................................................................10 eSIM.............................................................................................................................10 Physical design......................................................................................................................11 TREBL Touchpad................................................................................................................12 Safety measures....................................................................................................................13 Installation .......................................................................................................................13 Unboxing and checking the device ...........................................................................................14 Setting up the TREBL.................................................................................................................15 Initial set up of the TREBL .......................................................................................................16 Managing the Set Up Assistant application..................................................................................17 Downloading the Set Up Assistant application ...........................................................................18 Features of the Set Up Assistant application...........................................................................18 Download the Set Up Assistant application............................................................................18 The Set Up Assistant application icon....................................................................................18 Configuring the TREBL device with the application .....................................................................19 Configure the TREBL using the Wi-Fi network.........................................................................19 Using the TREBL Dashboard.......................................................................................................30 Changing the Network settings................................................................................................31 Logging in to Amazon Alexa ....................................................................................................33 Controlling your Smart Home devices.......................................................................................35 Viewing the device status .......................................................................................................36 Refreshing the page...............................................................................................................37 Using the TREBL menu ...........................................................................................................38 Dashboard ........................................................................................................................38

My Sprint TREBL ................................................................................................................38 Unpairing the TREBL .......................................................................................................39
Settings............................................................................................................................41 Fetching the TREBL logs...................................................................................................42 Resetting audio ..............................................................................................................43 Checking the Internet Speed ............................................................................................44 Privacy Center (NEW)......................................................................................................45 Privacy Policy (NEW) .......................................................................................................45 Do Not Sell My Personal Information (NEW).......................................................................47
About the Sprint TREBL.......................................................................................................48 Help and Support ...............................................................................................................49 Pairing your Mobile device with TREBL .......................................................................................50 Pairing your Mobile Phone with TREBL .....................................................................................51 Using Alexa .............................................................................................................................52 Things to try with Alexa..........................................................................................................53 Alexa Communications (NEW).................................................................................................54 Spotify Music Services (NEW)..................................................................................................55 Managing your Smart Home devices (NEW).................................................................................58 Supported Smart Home devices...............................................................................................59 Using My Smart Spaces ..........................................................................................................60 Create Smart Spaces...........................................................................................................60 Rename a space ................................................................................................................63 Delete a space...................................................................................................................64 Update a space image ........................................................................................................67 Using My Devices ..................................................................................................................68 Add a device .....................................................................................................................68 Rename a device................................................................................................................72 Controlling your devices......................................................................................................76 Delete a device..................................................................................................................78 Enable TREBL Smart Home Alexa Skill.......................................................................................81 Alexa voice commands for Smart Home devices......................................................................82 Resetting your TREBL................................................................................................................83 Resetting TREBL to factory settings .........................................................................................84 Warnings and Cautions .............................................................................................................86 Warnings and Cautions ..........................................................................................................87

Human Exposure to Radio Frequencies..................................................................................87 Radio Interference .............................................................................................................87 Modifications ....................................................................................................................87 General instructions ...........................................................................................................87 Service information............................................................................................................88 Uplink information .............................................................................................................88 Hardware specifications............................................................................................................89 Hardware specifications .........................................................................................................90 Long Term Evolution (LTE) Femto specifications.........................................................................92 Long Term Evolution Relay specifications..................................................................................95 Appendix.................................................................................................................................97 Federal Communication Commission Notice .............................................................................98 P65 Warning Statement......................................................................................................98 Warning symbols...................................................................................................................99 Glossary................................................................................................................................ 100

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Table 1: Revision information

Document issue Date

Description

1.0

October 2019

First issue of the guide

2.0

November 2020

 Removed the Sprint LTE process from following

sections. See, Initial set up of the TREBL and

Configuring the TREBL device with the application.

 Added California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in Settings section, See, Settings.

 Added a section about Alexa Communications. See, Alexa Communications.

 Added a section about Spotify Music Services. See, Spotify Music Services

 Added new chapter about Smart Home devices. See, Managing your Smart Home Devices.

 Added a section about TREBL Smart Home Alexa Skill. See, Enable TREBL Smart Home Alexa Skill

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Note and Attention text

Throughout this guide, there are paragraphs set off by ruled lines above and below the text. These paragraphs provide key information with two levels of importance, as shown below.

Information to help you maximize the benefits of TREBL.

Issues that, if ignored, may seriously affect performance, security, or the operation of TREBL.

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Get to know your TREBL

Get to know your TREBL
TREBL is a three-in-one device that boosts LTE data signals in your home, provides premium audio through a built-in Harman/Kardon speaker and provides Alexa voice assistant capabilities. Your TREBL manages your smart home devices, allows you to stream music through Spotify and access millions of songs and other content. This also enables you to make calling and messaging using Alexa communications feature. This chapter contains the following sections:
 About TREBL  Physical design  Safety measures  Unboxing and checking the device

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About TREBL
In a partnership between Sprint and Harman, TREBL was developed to provide new generation Magic Box capabilities for Sprint with integrated Harman/Kardon premium audio and Alexa capabilities. This section contains the following topics:
 Capabilities of the device  Security features of TREBL

Capabilities of the device
TREBL has the following capabilities:  Communicates visually through light display  Simple installation  Works with most smartphones and mobile hotspots  Premium audio with built-in HK 16W speakers, Bluetooth enabled, and Amazon Alexa Voice Assistant  IP54 water-resistant device  Boosts Sprint LTE data network signals  VoLTE capable and 4G support  LTE access with 1 sector omni B41 LTE access, 2 X 21dBm, 16 users LTE/ VoLTE  UE Relay with 4T8R UE-Relay (B41 & B25) with omni antenna for easy install (Not available post Artik 5.7.0 upgrade)  Wi-Fi Backhaul feature with 2.4/5 GHz  Plug and Play with Voice Guided Installation (VGI) sound support  Easy to install Set Up Assistant app, which is a companion App for TREBL

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Security features of TREBL
This section describes security measures that have been taken to secure your TREBL. It contains the following topics:
 Private key  eSIM

Private key
Each device has a private key and associated certificatewhich is used to authenticate itself when initiating communications.
This private key is generated in the factory, and so is the corresponding vendor certificate. This capability is necessary in order to support large scale plug and play deployments. This device key is stored on the Sprint TREBL to allow it to authenticate to the network. If the private key is compromised, then the device can be masqueraded by an attacker towards the operator's core network. Therefore, it is stored in an encrypted form.
In later releases a device-specific key will be introduced, this is a random number blown into on-SoC eFuses during manufacture. This offers two points of additional protection namely: the key is not discoverable by decompiling the code (an attacker will need to run code on the device in order to read the eFuses); and the key can only be used to obtain the private key of a single device (because each encryption key is unique).

eSIM
The system provides an embedded SIM (eSIM) to the board instead of using a removable SIM. This removes the temptation to steal the SIM. Additionally, the operator can ensure that these SIMs can only be used with the Relay APN, which would make them unusable with an ordinary mobile phone (because relay traffic uses nested GTP-U tunnels).

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Physical design

Get to know your TREBL

Figure 1: TREBL

HOME 4G * model 1.0

Kit includes TREBL, power supply, and Installation Manual.

Frequency

Band support--B41 Low (2500MHz-2570MHz) TDD

41--B41 High (2620MHz-2690MHz)

TX Power

 B41: 23dBm per chain (Conducted)

 B25: 20dBm per chain (Conducted)

Power requirements
Dimensions Weight

Duplex--TDD Tx Total Power at RF Port (dBM)--27 Nominal Power Consumption (W)--55 H X W X D = 205.99 mm X 199.87 mm X 199.87 mm
4.5 Kgs

It contains the following topic:

 TREBL Touchpad

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TREBL Touchpad
Following action buttons and Light Strip appear on the TREBL device:

Get to know your TREBL

Figure 2: TREBL Touchpad
1. Volume Down (-) -- Press this button to decrease the volume. 2. Mute/Unmute Microphone -- Press this button to mute or unmute the microphone. 3. Alexa Action -- Press this button to do the following:
o Long press this button (for up to 6 seconds) to enable the setup mode to configure the TREBL with the TREBL application. See, Configuring the Sprint TREBL device with the application.
o Short press this button (a single press) to enable Alexa listening mode if your Alexa account is already configured. See, Logging in to Amazon Alexa.
4. Bluetooth pairing -- Long press this button (for up to 6 seconds) to enable Bluetooth and connect to your mobile device. See Pairing your mobile device with TREBL.
5. Volume Up (+) -- Press this button to increase the volume. 6. Light Strip -- Indicates light pattern when you perform any action.

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Safety measures
This installation manual contains instructions and warnings that should be followed during installation and operation.
Ensure you follow all operating and safety instructions while handling TREBL:
 Static sensitive components inside--do not remove the lid or base. No user serviceable parts inside.
 Position the power cord to avoid possible damage; do not overload circuits.
 Do not place this product on or near a direct heat source and avoid placing objects on the terminal.
 Use only a damp cloth for cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Disconnect the power before cleaning.
 It is the user's responsibility to install this device in accordance with the local electrical codes.  Installation of the TREBL unit should be performed using the Set Up Assistant App available on
both Play Store and App Store.
 The circuit breaker where connected should be easily accessible in case you have to disconnect the device.
 When installed in the final configuration, the product must comply with the applicable Safety Standards and regulatory requirements of the country in which it is installed. If necessary, consult with the appropriate regulatory agencies and inspection authorities to ensure compliance.

Failure to follow these instructions could cause bodily injury and/or product failure.
This section contains the following topic:  Installation
Installation
 To install the TREBL, refer to the included Quick Start Guide to find best location.

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Unboxing and checking the device
 Carefully unpack the TREBL from the box.  Inspect the unit for any damage and check that all the accessories are in the box.  Remove the Power Supply (included) from the packaging.  Follow the instructions on the display to finish the initial setup.

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Setting up the TREBL

Setting up the TREBL
This chapter describes how to set up the TREBL. It contains the following section:  Initial set up of the TREBL

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Initial set up of the TREBL
The TREBL turns on automatically when the power supply unit is connected to the underside of the unit. To set up the TREBL 1. Plug the included power adapter into TREBL and then into a power outlet. TREBL performs the
following: I. When the TREBL is plugged in:
o Voice Guided Installation (VGI) message--Please download Sprint Set Up Assistant App on your mobile device to configure the Sprint TREBL.
o Light pattern--The lights will blink twice and then flash white. II. Pair the Set Up Assistant App with the Sprint TREBL:
o Download the Set Up Assistant app from the App/Play store on your mobile device or tablet.
o Long press the Alexa Action button ( ) on the TREBL Touchpad. See, TREBL Touchpad. o When you hear Wi-Fi setup mode enabled, follow the directions on the app screen. o When you hear Sprint TREBL is connected with the App successful, you
have paired the device. III. When the TREBL is activated:
o VGI message--Sprint TREBL is being activated. o Light pattern--The lights will then turn blue and travel back and forth. IV. When the TREBL installation is in progress: o VGI message--Sprint TREBL installation is in progress. o Light pattern--The lights will then turn white and will light up progressively. The installation process may take approximately 10 minutes. V. When the TREBL is successfully setup: o VGI message--Sprint TREBL installation is complete. To configure Amazon Alexa, please
use the Sprint Set Up Assistant App. o Light pattern--The lights will be solid white.
If the installation fails, TREBL performs the following:  VGI message--Errordetected. UseSetUpAssistant Appfor troubleshooting.  LED pattern--All 5 red lights blinks twice and then a solid center red dot appears.

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Managing the Set Up Assistant application
The Set Up Assistant application is a companion to the TREBL device, which is used to set up required LTE configurations. This chapter contains the following sections:
 Downloading the Set Up Assistant application  Configuring the Sprint TREBL device with the application

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Downloading the Set Up Assistant application
This section describes the Set Up Assistant application that you will need to download on your mobile device. It contains the following topics:
 Features of the Set Up Assistant application  Download the application  The Set Up Assistant application icon
Features of the Set Up Assistant application
The TREBL application has following features:  Free and easy to download  Integration with Amazon Alexa  Easy to configure using Wi-Fi network  Control your smart home devices  Link Spotify with Alexa to experience your favorite music  Regular notifications
Download the Set Up Assistant application
Download the Set Up Assistant application.  For Android user--Download the TREBL application from the Play Store.  For iPhone user--Download the TREBL application from the App Store.
The Set Up Assistant application icon
After downloading the Set Up Assistant application on your Mobile phone, the following icon appears:

Click the icon to begin the configuration of the Set Up Assistant application with the TREBL device. For more information, see Configure the TREBL device with the application.

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Configuring the TREBL device with the application
Your TREBL device can easily be configured using the Wi-Fi network established at your place. This section includes the following topic:
 Configure the TREBL using the Wi-Fi network

Configure the TREBL using the Wi-Fi network
To configure the TREBL using the Wi-Fi network 1. Tap the Set Up Assistant icon on your Mobile Phone Dashboard.
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3. Tap the TREBL. The TREBL tutorial screens appear.
Use the Skip option to exit the tutorial screens (Welcome, harman/kardon, Amazon Alexa, Control your Smart Home, and Know your device). After you skip the tutorial screens, the Terms and Conditions screen appears. For more information, see Step 7.
The Welcome screen appears.

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4. Tap Next. The harman/kardon screen appears.

5. Tap Next. The Amazon Alexa screen appears.
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6. Tap Next. The Spotify screen appears.

7. Tap Next. The Control your Smart Home screen appears.
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8. Tap Next. The Know your device screen appears that explains the available features.

9. Tap Get Started. The Terms and Conditions screen appears.
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10. Scroll through the Terms and Conditions, and then tap Accept. The Connect your Sprint TREBL with your app screen appears.

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If the Blue LED light does not appear, ensure you press the Amazon Alexa button on the Sprint TREBL device for a few seconds (5 seconds). See, TREBL Touchpad.
12. Tap Continue. The Sprint TREBL Connection screen appears.

13. Tap Continue. The following message appears to pair your Sprint TREBL.
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14. Click Ok. 15. Go to your Wi-Fi settings screen, and then select the Sprint-TREBL-XX-XX from the list.
If the connection fails, tap Retry to connect to Wi-Fi again. You can also see the error code description. The following screen appears.

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17. Select your Wi-Fi Network. The Enter Password dialog appears.

18. Type your Wi-Fi Password. 19. Tap Connect.
The Installation screen appears.
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As the installation begins, the Installation screens appear.

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The Wi-Fi Backhaul Setup progress bar is displayed with a pull up bar, which can begin a slide show of the features supported by that TREBL.
When the TREBL is successfully installed, the message Installation completed appears and the following Dashboard screen appears.

20. Tap Got it.
The Sprint TREBL Dashboard screen appears. For more information, see Using the TREBL Dashboard.

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Using the TREBL Dashboard
The Dashboard appears when the Set Up Assistant application is configured with the TREBL. For more information, see, Configuring the TREBL device with the application. The following TREBL Dashboard screen appears:

This chapter contains the following sections:  Changing the Network settings  Logging in to Amazon Alexa  Controlling your Smart Home devices  Viewing the device status  Refreshing the page  Using the TREBL menu
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Changing the Network settings
The Sprint TREBL will be installed using the Wi-Fi backhaul. If you experience any problem with your existing Wi-Fi network, you can change the Wi-Fi network at any time.
To change the Network settings 1. On the Dashboard, tap Change in the Network Setting.

The Network Setting screen appears.

2. Select your Wi-Fi network. The Enter Password dialog appears.
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3. Type your Wi-Fi password. 4. Tap Connect.
The installation begins. You must follow the on-screen instructions.

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Logging in to Amazon Alexa
TREBL includes access to Amazon Alexa. Connect your Amazon account to access personalized features.

Ensure your Mobile phone is connected to internet and paired with Sprint TREBL device. To log in to Amazon Alexa 1. On the Dashboard, tap Amazon Alexa.
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3. Tap Get Started. The Sign in screen appears.
4. Type your Amazon user name and password. 5. Tap Sign in.
When Amazon Alexa is successfully integrated with TREBL, the Amazon Alexa screen appears.

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Controlling your Smart Home devices
The first step to automate your home is to set and control the Smart Home devices. You can use the Set Up Assistant application to manage your smart home devices.
On the Dashboard screen of the app, the Smart Home option is used to control your Smart Home devices.

For more information, see Managing your Smart home devices.

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Viewing the device status
On the Dashboard, the Device Status option is used to view the Wi-Fi status and Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) signal strength. To view the device status 1. On the Dashboard, tap Device Status.
The Device Status screen appears.

The current status of your Wi-Fi network and RSSI signal strength appears.

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Refreshing the page
The Dashboard has the Refresh button , which works when your mobile device is in range and connected to the TREBL. Click the Refresh button to update the page and display the most-recent events.

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Using the TREBL menu
The TREBL menu button ( ) appears on the title bar of the TREBL Dashboard.

This section contains the following topics:  Dashboard  My Sprint TREBL  Settings  About the Sprint TREBL  Help and support
Dashboard
The Dashboard screen shows the status of the TREBL, Wi-Fi setting details, Smart home feature, Amazon Alexa account, and Device status. For more information, see Using the TREBL Dashboard.
My Sprint TREBL
Using this option, you can view the Sprint TREBL details.

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 Serial Number  Device Name  Sprint TREBL Firmware Version  Speaker Firmware Version
Unpairing the TREBL
You can unpair the TREBL if it stops responding or does not work properly. To unpair the Sprint TREBL 1. Tap > My Sprint TREBL.

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2. Tap Forget this Device The Forget Device Confirmation message appears.

3. Tap Continue. This action deletes the TREBL information from the Set Up Assistant app. The Choose your Device screen appears.

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Settings
On the Dashboard, the Settings option shows the various device options:

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 Fetching the TREBL logs  Resetting audio  Checking the Internet Speed  Privacy Center  Privacy Policy  Do Not Sell My Personal Information
Fetching the TREBL logs
If your TREBL stops responding or does not work properly, you can retrieve the TREBL audio logs and share them for the technical assistance. The logs are downloaded in the zip file and are password protected.
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2. Tap Continue. The following options appear to share the zip file.

Resetting audio
You can reset the Sprint TREBL speaker using the Audio Reset option. To reset the TREBL speaker 1. Tap ( ) > Settings > Reset.
A confirmation message appears.
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2. Tap Continue. The audio is reset.
Checking the Internet Speed
Using this option, you can test the TREBL Internet Speed. To test the TREBL Internet Speed 1. Tap ( ) > Settings > Check the Internet Speed.
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Privacy Center
It is a static link, redirects to the Privacy Center page. 1. Tap ( ) > Settings > Privacy Center.
The Privacy Center screen appears.

Privacy Policy
It is a static link, redirect to the Privacy Policy page . 1. Tap ( ) > Settings > Privacy Policy.
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Do Not Sell My Personal Information
Navigates to Do Not Sell My Personal Information page. 1. Tap ( ) > Settings > Do Not Sell My Personal Information.
The Do Not Sell My Personal Information screen appears.

Using the TREBL Dashboard

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About the Sprint TREBL
This section describes the version details of the Sprint Set Up Application version details and a link to view the tutorial screens.

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Help and Support
TREBL offers a variety of technical support programs to help you keep the Sprint TREBL device up and running. To obtain the information about the Sprint TREBL, Tap the Help option on the Dashboard. The following screen appears:

The Help screen offers a wide range of technical resources that includes:  FAQs  Technical Support  Troubleshooting
If you contact Customer Support, please provide as much of the following information as possible:  Contact information  Deployment scenario  Description of theproblem  Share the log file containing error messages  Description of conditions under which the error occurred  Description of troubleshooting activities you have already performed

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Pairing your Mobile device with TREBL
TREBL also pairs with your mobile device using Bluetooth. After successfully connecting to TREBL, you can enjoy premium audio. This chapter contains the following section:
 Pairing your Mobile Phone with Sprint TREBL

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Pairing your Mobile Phone with TREBL
To set up Bluetooth audio streaming, you must enable Bluetooth on TREBL before you pair with your mobile device.
To pair your Mobile Phone with the Sprint TREBL
1. On TREBL, long press the Bluetooth button for up to 5 seconds to pair with your mobile device. After successful enablement of Bluetooth, the following VGI sound is played:  VGI Sound--Bluetooth pairing mode enabled.
2. Activate Bluetooth on your mobile device. 3. Select TREBL on your mobile device to connect.
After successfully connecting, the following VGI message is played:  VGI Sound--Now connected to .

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Using Alexa
TREBL is integrated with Amazon Alexa voice assistant, which allows you to interact with your TREBL as well as enjoy Alexa features.
This chapter contains the following sections:  Things to try with Alexa  Alexa Communications  Spotify Music Services

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Things to try with Alexa
The following is a sample list of Amazon Alexa capabilities:  Play radio stations  Stream music from other music services  Set timers and alarms  Get customized news reports  Get weather updates  Control smart home devices through Alexa voice commands  Shop with Alexa
For more details, see https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201608460

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Alexa Communications
The Alexa Communication feature is inbuilt in your Sprint TREBL. You can use it to make calls and send messages between supported Echo devices and the Alexa app. Your TREBL has a LED for incoming calls or messages. You can use Alexa Communications for the following:
 Alexa-to-Alexa Calling: You can make and receive calls between TREBL and other Alexa devices that are capable of Alexa calling or the Alexa app.
 Mobile or Landline Calls: You can call most mobile or landline numbers in the U.S., U.K., Canada, and Mexico from TREBL and the Alexa app.
 Alexa-to-Alexa Messaging: You can send and receive messages between TREBL and other Alexa devices that are capable of Alexa messaging or the Alexa app.
For more information about Alexa Communications, see https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html/ref=help_search_11?ie=UTF8&nodeId=GDPR73MCWELTY9JU&qid=1600255932&sr=1-1

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Spotify Music Services
TREBL device supports Spotify Music Services with Alexa Voice Assistant, User can play Spotify music by commanding Alexa. Sample commands as below
 Alexa, Play music on Spotify  Alexa, Stop Spotify
Pre-conditions for Spotify Music Services on TREBL  Alexa Account and Alexa App  Spotify Account and Spotify App  TREBL Companion App
Steps to Enable Spotify Music Services on TREBL 1. Configure Alexa account on TREBL using Companion App 2. Login with your Spotify account in Spotify App on your mobile device or tablet 3. Open Amazon Alexa App 4. Goto More and Select `Skill & Games' 5. Search for `Spotify'

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Managing your Smart Home devices
The Smart Home option on the Dashboard is used to manage your Smart Home devices. You can add spaces that can be your home areas, such as a kitchen, bedroom, or living room. After adding a space, ensure that you add a device to that home space.
This chapter includes the following sections:  Supported Smart Home devices  Using My Smart Spaces  Using My Smart Devices  Enable TREBL Smart Home Alexa Skill  Alexa voice commands for Smart Home Devices

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Supported Smart Home devices

You can add smart Home Devices to the space. To manage your space, see, Using My Spaces. After adding a space, you need to add a device to that space. To add a device, see, Using My Devices. The following table provides details of the Smart Home devices that can be added to a space:

S. No. Category

Sensor Name

Interface

Vendor name

1

Smart Plug

Smart+ Smart Plug

Zigbee

Sylvania

2

Door Contact

Door/Window Sensor

Zigbee

Sage (Hughes)

3

Motion

Smart+ Smart Motion and Temperature Sensor

Zigbee

Sylvania

4

On/Off Switch

NXP On/Off Switch

Zigbee

NXP

5

On/Off Switch

GE ZigBee Smart Lighting Control Switch

Zigbee

GE

6

Mains Power Outlet

Mains Power Outlet

Zigbee

Climax

7

Mains Power

Outlet

67200BL 6A Smart Adaptor Plug Zigbee

Panasonic Anchor

8

Smart Plug

PSM-29ZBS- Power Switch / Smart Plug

Zigbee

Climax

9

Motion

IR-9ZDSSLPIR Motion Sensor Zigbee

Climax

10 Door Contact

DC-16SL-ZBS Door Sensor

Zigbee

Climax

11 Light Sensor

LMHT-1ZBS

Zigbee

Climax

12 On/Off Light

LB130 Smart WiFi LED Bulb

WIFI

TPLink

13 On/Off Light

Yeelight Blue E27

BLE

Yeelight

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Using My Smart Spaces
The first step in your home automationis to add your home spaces, such as a kitchen, living room, or balcony to the Set Up Assistant application. This section includes the following topics:
 Create Smart Spaces  Rename a Space Name  Delete a Space  Update the Space Image

Create Smart Spaces
To create a Smart Space, you needto add space details. You can also add an image for that space. This topic contains the following procedures:
 To create a Smart Space  To create more Smart Spaces
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2. On the Intro to Smart Home screen, tap OK.

The Enable TREBL Alexa Smart Home skill screen appears. 3. On the Enable TREBL Alexa Smart Home skill screen, tap OK.

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The My Smart Spaces screen appears. 4. Tap Start.
The Create Smart Spaces screen appears.

5. Type the name of the space. The default image is displayed for that space. If you want to change the image, tap the default image, and then do one of the following: o Choose Image: Select the image from your mobile phone gallery. o Take Image: Capture screen from your mobile phone and use that image for the space.
6. Tap Create. A success message appears after you create a space. The space is added to My Spaces screen.

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To create more spaces 1. On the My Spaces screen, tap .
The following screen appears:

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2. Tap Create Space to add more spaces, and then repeat step 3 and 4 to create another space. You can also delete a space. For more information, see Delete a space. After creating a space, you must add a device to the space. See, Using My Devices.
Rename a space
You can change the name of the space. To rename a space 1. On the Dashboard screen, tap Smart Home.
The My Spaces screen appears. 2. On the My Spaces screen, select the space that you want to rename. 3. Tap > Rename Space.

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The Rename Space dialog appears.

4. Type a new space name. 5. Tap Rename.
The new space name is updated and appears on the My Spaces page.
Delete a space
Deleting a space deletes all the devices associated to that space. To delete a space 1. On the Dashboard screen, tap Smart Home.
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The My Spaces screen appears. 2. On the My Spaces screen, select the space that you want to delete. 3. Tap > Delete Space.

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5. Tap Delete. The following confirmation message appears.

6. Tap Ok. The space and its associated devices have been deleted.
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Update a space image
You can update the image of the space at any time. To update a space image 1. On the Dashboard screen, tap Smart Home.
The My Spaces screen appears. 2. On the My Spaces screen, select the space for which you want to update the image. 3. Tap > Update Space Image.

4. Tap the image.

5. Tap any one of the following option to change the image:  Choose Image: Select the image from your mobile phone gallery.  Take Image: Capture screen from your mobile phone and use that image for the space.
The image is updated for that space.

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Using My Devices
You can add Smart Home devices to a space that saves your time, energy, and effort, and even increase home security. For more information about supported device type, see Supported Device Type. This section includes the following:
 Add a device  Rename a device  Controlling your devices  Delete a device

Add a device
After you add a space, ensure you add a device. To update a space image 1. On the Dashboard screen, tap Smart Home.
The My Spaces screen appears.

2. Select the space for which you want to add a device. The following screen appears.
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3. On the screen, tap the add device icon ( ). -or-

Tap

> Add Device.

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The discovered device is displayed on the Add Device screen.

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6. Tap Pair. The following confirmation message appears.

7. Tap Ok. The device that you have added appears on your space screen.

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You can view the details and functionality of the device. For more information, see Controlling your devices.
Rename a device
You can rename the device that you have added to that space. To rename a device 1. On the Dashboard screen, tap Smart Home.
The My Spaces screen appears.

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2. Select the space. A list of devices is displayed that you have added for that space.

3. In the Devices list, select the device that you want to rename. The device configuration details appear.
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4. On the screen, tap . The following screen appears.

5. Tap Rename Device. The Rename Device dialog appears.
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6. In the Enter Name box, change the name of the device. 7. Tap Rename.

8. Tap Ok. The updated name of the device is displayed on the device screen.

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Controlling your devices
After adding Smart Home devices (see, Supported Device Type), you can control them through Set Up Assistant application and using Alexa voice commands (see, Alexa voice commands for Smart Home Devices). With the app on your phone, you have a pocket-sized control center. Use the app to view your devices details and control their functionality. For example, change light color, turn on or off the smart switch, and so on.
For your guidance, the procedures about controlling the Smart Light and Smart Switch have been added. Similarly, you can control other Smart Home devices.
This section contains the following procedures:
 To control the Smart Light
 To control the Smart Plug

To control the Smart Light 1. On the Dashboard screen, tap Smart Home.
The spaces screen shows a list of added devices.

2. In the Devices list, select the Smart Light (Yeelight). The Yeelight screen appears.
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3. On the screen, do the following:  Change the status of the light: Tap the Smart Light bulb icon to turn it on or off.  Change the color of the light: Select the color of the light that you want to change.
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3. Tap the Smart Plug icon to turn it on or off.
Delete a device
You can delete a device permanently. To delete a device 1. On the Dashboard screen, tap Smart Home.
The My Spaces screen appears. 2. On the My Spaces screen, select the space. 3. Tap > Delete Device.
A list of devices added to that space is displayed.
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6. Tap Ok. The device is permanently removed from the device list.

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Enable TREBL Smart Home Alexa Skill
To use Alexa voice commands to control Smart Home devices, you must enable the Alexa skill (TREBL Smart Home). You can enable the skill using the Alexa app or through the Alexa Skill Store link.
To enable the Skill, do one of the following:  Enable using Alexa Mobile App a) Go to Alexa application > More > Skills & Games > Categories > Smart Home. b) On the Smart Home page, search the Skill TREBL Smart Home.

c) Tap Enable to Use to enable the skill.
 Enable the Alexa Skill using the Alexa Skill Store link a) Visit the link https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08H2MKYGV The following Amazon web screen appears:

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b) Sign in using your Amazon credentials. c) Search and enable the Skill TREBL Smart Home. The skill is enabled. After you enable the skill, you can log on to Alexa and control the Smart Home devices through voice commands. An example is the Alexa, Ask magic box for help. To control Smart Home devices through voice commands, ensure you add devices through the Set Up Assistant Application. For more information, see Managing Smart Home devices.
Alexa voice commands for Smart Home devices
You can control supported Smart Home devices through simple Alexa voice commands. To view the supported Smart Home devices, see Supported device type. Following are the sample Alexa voice commands:
 Alexa, ask Magic Box, to turn off Light  Alexa, ask Magic Box, to change Light intensity to 40.  Alexa, ask Magic Box, to change Light color to red
For more Alexa voice commands, see https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08H2MKYGV

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Resetting your TREBL
You can factory data reset your TREBL if it stops responding or does not work properly. This chapter contains the following topic:
 Resetting Sprint TREBL to factory settings

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Resetting TREBL to factory settings
Your configuration settings are removed after you reset the TREBL to factory settings. You will need to re-configure the settings if you wish to install the TREBL again (see Configure TREBL using the Sprint network). The factory reset button is in a small hole located on the bottom of the TREBL.

Ensure your TREBL is powered on before you reset it.

To reset your TREBL

1. Put a pin in the reset hole located at the bottom of the TREBL.

2. Press and hold the Reset button for 15 seconds.

3. Reboot the Sprint TREBL.

Table 2 indicates the process appears on the Sprint TREBL.

Table 2: Resetting your Sprint TREBL

Sr.no LED Light pattern

LED light Action

Status

VGI sound

What this means...

1 A White flashing The lights blink Waiting for Please downloadThis is required for Wi-Fi light appears twice and then user to Sprint Set Up configuration. flash a white light configure Assistant App on the TREBL your mobile device to configure the Sprint TREBL.

2 A Blue LED light Moves back and Connecting Your TREBL is The process has started.

appears

forth

Bluetooth/LT getting

E/Wi-Fi activated.

3 A Blue LED light Twoblinks and Connected N/A

TREBL is activating.

appears

then sold Blue

LED light

4 A Blue and a WhiteSolid Blue light Installation TREBL

The installation is in

LED light appears getting covered in progress Installation is in progress.

by solid white

progress.

light with increasing progress

Please install the companion app on your Mobile

phone or tablet.

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5 A solid White LED Solid White LED Installation TREBLE setup is The installation has

light appears

light

complete complete.

completed

Alexa please use

the companion

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Warnings and Cautions
This chapter describes safety instructions and warnings that should be followed during installation, and operation. It contains the following section:
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Warnings and Cautions
It is advised that you must read all rules, warnings, and follow all operating and safety instructions provided in this section. It includes the following sections:
 Human Exposure to Radio Frequencies  Radio Interference  Modifications  General instructions  Service information  Uplink information
Human Exposure to Radio Frequencies
The TREBL antennas should be installed with a minimum distance of 20 CM from your body.
Radio Interference
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to internal vehicle radio communications.

Please ensure a maximum separation between the TREBL and other antennas.
Modifications
Any changes and modifications to this device that are not expressly approved by Sprint network may void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
General instructions
 Only qualified personnel should be allowed to install, replace, and service the equipment.  The device cannot be sold retail, to the general public or by mail order. It must be sold to
operators.  Installation must be controlled.  Installation must be performed by licensed professionals.

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 Installation requires special training. The TREBL unit should be installed ONLY by those who are familiar with local building and safety codes and, wherever applicable, are licensed by the appropriate government regulatory authorities. Failure to do so may void Sprint product warranty and may expose the end user or the service provider to legal and financial liabilities. Sprint and its resellers or distributors are not liable for injury, damage or violation of regulations associated with the installation of outdoor units or antennas.
 The TREBL unit does not provide protection from hazard energy in case of single fault condition.
Service information
Refer all repairs to qualified service personnel.

Do not modify any part of this device, as this will void the warranty.
 Disconnect the power to this product and return it for service if the following conditions apply:  The unit does not function after following the operating instructions outlined in this manual.  The product has been dropped or the housing is damaged.  Locate the serial number of the terminal and record this on your registration card for future
reference. Also record the MAC address, located on the product sticker.
Uplink information
 The circuit where the equipment is connected must be properly grounded according with NEC and other local safety code requirements.
 Reminder to all the BWA system installers--Attention to Section 820-40 of the NEC which provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as is practical.

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This chapter describes hardware specifications of TREBL. It contains the following section:
 Hardware specifications  Long Term Evolution (LTE) Femto specifications  Long Term Evolution Relay specifications  Maximum Output TX Total Power

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Hardware specifications

Table 3 describes hardware specification of the TREBL. Table 3: TREBL hardware specifications

Category Buttons

Specifications  Volume down  Mute  Alexa  Bluetooth pairing  Volume Up  Hard Reset

LED

LED lights used for visual notification

 Power

 Femto Cell

 UE/Relay

 Wi-Fi backhaul

 Voice Assistant

Power

 Input o Power Adapter--110V-AC o Magic Box+--12V - 7A DC o Power Adapter is labeled
o Power Adapter to have LED indication for power status

 Cord o 10 feet long o Black color o No Sprint branding on cord o Power Supply cord from HK MB connector to power supply is between 3 and 5 feet

Environment

 Operating--Ambient Temperature Range: o -5 Degree C to +40 Degree C of operation
 Storage should be -10 to +45 Degree C

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 Resistant from External Ice Formation, Ingress of Dust and Ingress of Water--IP 54 rated

Dimensions Antenna Bluetooth Zigbee
SIM card MAC Address Serial Number System

 Weight of the box--4.5 KGs (approx.)  Volume of the box--8.24 liters (approx.)
H X W X D = 205.99 mm X 199.87 mm X 199.87 mm
Magic Box will contain 15 antenna serving various purposes, details are can be found in Antenna Specifications
Bluetooth 4.2 (BLE + Classic)
 No of Antenna--1  Type--PCB  Material--PCB  Frequency range--2400 - 2500 MHz  ZigBee--802.15.4  Hardware ready, but it is disabled  Lab--LAB/NRT devices will have 3FF removable UICC slots
to use lab specific UICCs
 Production--MFF2 SIM (soldered) for production
Single MAC address for the complete board
 SN rule--C+XX(Product ID) +YYMM(2 digits Year+2 digits Month)+nnnnn (5 digits incremental hex number) Product ID for MagicBox--C88 For example, C88180612345
MB GPS will processAGPS data from the Sprint provided file server. Device will do Plug and Play and receive new configuration at every Power Cycle, including the case where a device moves between power cycles Device has a System Watchdog Timer Software + Hardware Disabled unused access ports FCC Approved

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Long Term Evolution (LTE) Femto specifications

Table 4 describes Long Term Evolution (LTE) specifications of the Sprint TREBL. Table 4: Sprint TREBL hardware specifications

Category Chipset Info Transmit Power Antenna Gain (Femto) Tx Range Tx Emissions Rx Sensitivity Rx Selectivity Frequency Accuracy UE category Bandwidth Transmission Mode Frame Type
Error Control Channel quality Handover
RLC Mode
Sync

Specifications FSM9016 + FTR8930 + DDR3L1GB + AR8033 2x 21dBm Max Indoor LTE Sector Tx Power Band 41 Indoor Antenna Gain: > 5dBi eNB Tx Dynamic Range: >26dB eNB Spurious Emissions: meet Category B as defined in 3GPP TS36.104 eNB Spurious Emissions: meet Category B as defined in 3GPP TS36.104 eNB Adjacent Channel Selectivity (ACL): as per TS36.104 +/-0.1ppm eNB Frequency Accuracy Support for UE Category up to 4 Bandwidth support Single channel, B41, 10/15/20MHz Transmission Mode 3, 4 TDD Frame Configuration 1 (DL: UL 60:40) TDD Frame Configuration 2 (DL: UL 80:20) Special Sub-Frame 7 HARQ Enhanced Link Adaptation
S1 Seamless Handover X2
Seamless Handover Lossless Handover (Packet Forwarding) RLC-AM
RLC-UM RLC-TM Sync from GPS Sync
from Networ

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k Listen

LTE security

AES Integrity Protection SNOW3G Integrity Protection

IPSEC

CMPv2 LTE Network Planning Soft Frequency Reuse (SFR) / Static

ICIC PLMN Support (up to six) Handover Restriction List (HRL) Multi Frequency Band Indicator (MFBI)

Quality of Service

DSCP Marking

Public Warning System Public Warning System (PWS) Support

S1-AP Procedure

S1 Reset Location Reporting S1-Flex

Internet Protocol (IP) IPv6 addresses Legacy network support CSFB to 1x (R8)

VoLTE Congestion control NS Signaling Event Type
Internet Protocol (IP) support

VoLTE: RoHC VoLTE: Signaling Prioritization VoLTE: Emergency Call Support VoLTE: Short PDCP Access Class Barring
NS Signaling NS-01 NS Signaling NS-04
A1 Events A2 Events A3 Events A4 Events
A5 Events IPv4 Support IPv6 Support

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Receiver GPS X2 AP procedure Congestion control

16 active UEs Wi-Fi Antenna Gain: >2dBi GPS Antenna Gain: >2dBic GPS Receiver as per spec Load information over X2
Load based scheduling

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Table 5 describes Long Term Evolution (LTE) specifications of the Sprint TREBL. Table 5: Long Term Evolution (LTE) Relay specifications of the Sprint TREBL

Category SIM Card Chipset Info Band support: TDD: 41 FDD: 25 TX Power
Antenna Gain (UE)
Modulation
CA
MIMO
Bandwidth UE category 3GPP Release Disabled JTAG Inter-faces Secure Bootable IPv6 Support

Specifications Standard SIM Card (3FF) for Laband MFF2 for production GDM7243A + GRF7243A + QCA8337 B41 Low (2497MHz-2568MHz) B41 High (2619MHz-2690MHz) B25 (UL:1850Mhz-1915Mhz; DL:1930Mhz-1995Mhz) B41:23dBm B25:24dBm B41: 4dBi B25: 6dBi UL: QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM DL: QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM, 256QAM 2CA, B25 any combination, noncontiguous 2CA, B41 any combination, Contiguous/noncontiguous3CA, B25 any combination, noncontiguous 3CA, B41 any combination, Contiguous/noncontiguous 4CA, B41 4x2 DL MIMO 4x4 DL MIMO (single carrier support only) 4x8 DL MIMO SISO UL 2TX CDD (UL) 5/10/15/20Mhz 12 R12 Yes
Yes
Yes

Peak UE DL Throughput

DL=600 Mbit/s (CAT12)

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Tx/Rx
Scanning

DL Transmission Mode 1 -9
Frame Type 1 FDD Frame Type 2 TDD, 5ms periodicity B41: 4T8R B25: 2T8R DeNB Selectionand Ranking PDCL --> Donor Selection Algorithm

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This appendix includes the following sections:  Federal Communication Commission Notice  Radiation Exposure Statement

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Federal Communication Commission Notice
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures:
 Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
 Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
 Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
 Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

FCC Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. Operations in the 5.15-5.25GHz band are restricted to indoor usage only.
P65 Warning Statement

This product can expose you to chemicals, including lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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Warning symbols
The following symbols may be encountered during installation or troubleshooting. These warning symbols means danger. Bodily injury may result if you are not aware of the safety hazards involved in working with electrical equipment and radio transmitters. Familiarize yourself with standard safety practices before continuing.

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Glossary

Table 6 describes terms used in this guide.

Table 6: Glossary of terms

Term

Description

3GPP dB

3rd Generation Partnership Project, responsible for LTE
Decibel. A logarithmic unit used to describe a ratio (such as power ratio in radio telecommunications)

dBm

An abbreviation for the power ratio in decibels (dB) of the

measured power referenced to one mill watt (mW). It is used as

a convenient measure of absolute power because of its capability

to express both very large and very small values in a short form

DL

Downlink

FDD

Frequency-Division Duplexing. A transceiver mode where the

transmitter and receiver operate at different carrier frequencies

GPS

Global Positioning System

IPsec LED

Internet Protocol Security is a protocol suite for securing Internet Protocol (IP) communications by authenticating and encrypting each IP packet of a communication session
Light Emitting Diode

LTE MAC

Long Term Evolution Medium Access Controller--It is used for several functions, such Scheduling, Packet (De) Multiplexing.

MIMO MTBF

Multiple-Input Multiple-Output Mean Time Between Failures

PDCP
QAM QPSK RB

Packet Data Convergence Protocol. A Sub-Layer in LTE responsible for Security, IP Header (De) Compression, etc. Quadrature Amplitude Modulation
Quadrature Phase Shift Keying
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