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MA5633 - What is the meaning of "autodefine modulation profile"?

Publication Date:  2018-10-29  |   Views:  491  |   Downloads:  0  |   Author:  a84084336  |   Document ID:  EKB1001952764


Issue Description

display cable modulation-profile summary indicates amongst others following modulation profiles:

19 ATDMA   AtdmaQpsk_AutoDefined1

20 ATDMA   AtdmaQam16_AutoDefined1

21 ATDMA   AtdmaQam32_AutoDefined1

22 ATDMA   AtdmaQam64_AutoDefined1

28 ATDMA   AtdmaQam16_AutoDefined2
29 ATDMA   AtdmaQam64_AutoDefined2

Can you explain what is the purpose of those profiles, where do they come from, to what noise levels do those profiles apply (high, medium, low)?

 What is the meaning of "autodefined" modulation profile?


Here are the information of “AutoDefined”.

 Some customers want to use some modulation-profile defined by themselves.
So we have some commands to create new modulation-profile.

But some customer think it’s is not convenient, so they create a new request to define new modulation-profile (like 20-22).

So, the “AutoDefined” means defined for special customer.(They create new request and define new modulation-profile in CMC device.)

The customer can use this commands to confirm the detailed information of every modulation-profile: