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Default status report and data consumption

Here follows the list of the parameters requested as part of default status report. This status report is automatically created upon system first connection to AirVantage and scheduled at every system heartbeat. This frequency is configurable from the Monitor activity.

It also provides the average data consumption of the heartbeat and the default status report.

Default Status Report

The parameters in the following list are included in the default status report:

Wireless service

  • RSSI
  • ECIO
  • RSRP
  • RSRQ
  • SIGNAL_BARS
  • NETWORK_SERVICE_TYPE
  • CURRENT OPERATOR

Data usage

  • PERSISTED_BYTES_SENT
  • PERSISTED_BYTES_RECEIVED
  • PACKETS_SENT
  • PACKETS_RECEIVED

Location

  • LATITUDE
  • LONGITUDE

System level information

  • CURRENT_IP_ADDRESS
  • BOARD_TEMP
  • RADIO_MODULE_TEMP
  • NUMBER_OF_RESETS
  • POWER_INPUT_VOLTAGE
  • APN
  • CELL_ID
  • SID
  • NID
  • PN_OFFSET

Data Consumption

LinALEOS (ES, GX, LS, LX, MP and RV families) using HTTP via MSCI

Average data transfer per heartbeat is 1,4 kBytes

  • upload: 936 bytes per heartbeat
  • download: 504 bytes per heartbeat

Average data transfer per heartbeat + default status report is 3,11 kBytes

  • upload: 1,987 bytes per heartbeat
  • download: 1,027 bytes per heartbeat

LinALEOS (ES, GX, LS, LX, MP and RV families) using HTTPS via MSCI

Average data transfer per heartbeat is 5,8 kBytes

  • upload: 1,649 bytes per heartbeat
  • download: 4,281 bytes per heartbeat

Average data transfer per heartbeat + default status report is 11 kBytes

  • upload: 3,270 bytes per heartbeat
  • download: 8,030 bytes per heartbeat

LinALEOS Devices (ALEOS 4.6.x+) via LWM2M

Average data transfer per heartbeat is ~900 bytes

  • upload: 512 bytes per heartbeat
  • download: 382 bytes per heartbeat

Average data transfer per heartbeat + default status report is ~2 kBytes

  • upload: 1,174 bytes per heartbeat
  • download: 799 bytes per heartbeat

All data transferred between an AirLink device and ALMS using the LWM2M protocol is secured.

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