droidRFTool CDMA

droidRFTool CDMA


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The droidRFTool for CDMA allows the user to see what the current CDMA RF levels are for their device. The RF levels monitored are voice (CDMA), data (EVDO), and the signal to noise ratio. The levels are color coded to give a visual cue to the quality of the signal (green, yellow green, yellow, red). Where Red is the worst. The tool also displays the users current location and the location and ID of the tower currently being utilized by the device. By pressing the save file button, the user can create a record of RF values by location. The record requires the user to be moving and records data approximately every 50 feet moved. The data is stored in a coma-delimited file (*.CSV) and a Google Maps file (*.KML) on the device in the user storage area. The file can then be transferred or emailed and can be used in a spreadsheet program for evaluation. Each new file is named base on the date and time stamp at the time the recording was started.

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Recently changed in this version

Added the ability to save a KML file. Made KML file save more efficient, cut down on the repeated cell towers (unless the device is jumping back and forth between towers).
Ver 1.1.2 adds radio type (CDMA, etc...) and network type (EVDO, EVDO_A, 1xRTT, etc...) to the main view and allows user to turn GPS on by pressing the button stating that "Your GPS is not on". Also adds info to the KML file telling which cell tower the device is attached to when the data point is taken.

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Comments and ratings for droidRFTool CDMA
  • (46 stars)

    by Tim Ramey on 26/11/2013

    Really easy to use. Thanks

  • (46 stars)

    by Ben McManus on 07/10/2013

    Agree with another reviewer, it would be great if it could report cell ids, also it keeps my gps running, even when I've exited the app.

  • (46 stars)

    by gusmardi teddy on 04/05/2013

    Very ok

  • (46 stars)

    by Johnny Reina on 31/03/2013

    The CSV data is nice. Very easy to parse and correlate.I hope the format stays the same. Your calculations are very good. The best, out of any of the apps I've seen. I've seen your tower coordinates come within 10 meters of my sites. Is it possible to identify things like carrier ID, Frame erasure rate/frame error rate, or TCH assignment?

  • (46 stars)

    by Richard Levesque on 26/02/2013

    Using gs2 with 4.0.4. Says I'm pulling -75db signal but am 5277 miles from the tower.