"Network Serving" option in event reports

Here is a typical example of the “Network Serving” information in an RUTX50 event report:

Network serving - 3,LTE,FDD,505,1

Could you explain what this information is/means?


Could you clarify where this information is configured within the events reporting menu? Are you utilizing the pre-defined variables within the message text? What event type have you selected?
From what I can tell:

  • LTE - network technology in use;

  • FDD - Band being used is of frequency division duplex type. This means that different frequencies are used for uplink and downlink channels. In non-American regions, the most common FDD LTE bands are 1, 3, 7, 8, 20, 28.

  • 505 - likely refers to the MCC value, which represents your country. In this case it would be Australia;

  • 1 - likely refers to the MNC value, which represents the operator number. If my previous assumption is correct, you operator is Telstra.

Hope this helps!

Best regards,

Hi Daumantas, thanks for your reply.

Yes it is a standard pre-defined variable that I believe can be included in any event report. It appears in the list of pre-defined variables as Network serving - %sv.


Yes, then my assumption was correct.
As for the 3, it refers to the UE (user equipment) state, which means your device is connected to the network.

Best regards,

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