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Tech Info - Siemens S1

Siemens S1

Monitor Mode


Menu, 9 (Phone Options), 7 (Phone Status), Left Display Button (left MENU key), 5553756, HangUp Button (Red HandSet key)

Note: Now Monitor should appear at the bottom of the Network Options menu.

MONITOR MODE

Pressing the right Display Button when in monitor mode will toggle into 1 and 2 modes

Pressing the right Display Button when in monitor mode will show a list of the six cells with the strongest signals.

Test Mode Indicators: (* = only available when call in progress )

CH	Channel Number
RX	Signal Strength (dB)
N	NCC (Colour Code)
B	BCC (Colour Code)
CI	Cell ID (in Hex)
C1+	How long before phone does forced hand over. (see RX and RXAM)
LAI	Location Area Identity. Display Network ID code (42F010 = 240.01) and MSC
TXPWR	Transmit Power (dB)
RXAM	Receive signal strength cut-off point
TS*	Time Slot Number
TA*	Timing Advance. Distance from tower in Km X 2
PL*	Power Level

POWER TABLE

PL:	5	6	7	8	9	10	11	12	13	14	15
dB:	33	31	29	27	25	23	21	19	17	15	13
Watts:	2	1.3	.8	.5	.3	.2	.13	.08	.05	.03	.02
LF*	C1 value with continuous transmission from tower
LS*	C1 Value with discontinuous transmission from tower
QF*	Bit Error Rate with continuous transmission from tower
QS*	Bit Error Rate with discontinuous transmission from tower

BER (bit error rate) TABLE

QF/QS register:	0	1	2	3	4	5	6	7
% of bit sent:	0.2	0.8	0.4	1.6	3.2	6.4	12.8	25.6
Game

Here's a trick to play Tetris, also known as Klotz on a Siemens S1.
Turn the phone on. Enter PIN. Before the telephone has logged in to the your GSM net do the following steps.

1: Choose F 9 (function settings)
2: Choose send own number and push the right button for choose.
3: Push 9

USE 2 as < and 8 as > , rotate the klotz with 5 and drop with 4.

I have just heard from one of the programmers of the phone that Tetris was in the phone during development, but it was removed before it was produced. Apparantly someone has the patent on games in mobile phones and Siemens didn't want to pay the licensing fees. It was either in Menu F-9-9 or it's not there at all.

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