CDMA Field Test Application

CDMA Field Test Application


CDMA Field Test Application designed for Android
(Designed using au by KDDI IS12S)

Features
- LTE RSRP in StatusBar [beta] - press Toggle StatusBar
- LTE RSRP/RSRQ/RSSNR/CQI [beta]
- Tracks Defined Base Station in Status Bar [HOT!]
- Logging CSV & KML Supported [HOT!]
- Send CSV & KML from App via E-mail
- Enable/Disalbe Base Station Tracker
- Status Bar RSSI Color (White or Green)
- Optimized View, All in "One Screen"
- Shows Cdma SID/NID
- Maps CDMA Base Station Location

[NOTES]
1. Works only with Cdma2000 Type Phones. GSM/UMTS/LTE not supported.
2. Map Base Station only works if your tower tells you Lat/Long.
3. Open map and click on tag to show Latitude and Longitude in user friendly format.
4. Keep the App in the foreground and press ToggleScreenOn for active updates.

Recent changes:
[FIXED] Force Close on startup

LTE RSRP/RSRQ/RSSNR/CQI now supported !!
* Toggle color works better
* RSRP & RSRQ update works better
* Data Type update works better
* Still beta testing. Feedback welcome
* 4.2 Jelly Bean API not supported
* LTE Feature will stay BETA until 4.2 based API is officially supported by this application
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Free
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4.0
User ratings
224
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
157 kb
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About CDMA Field Test Application
CDMA Field Test Application designed for Android
(Designed using au by KDDI IS12S)

Features
- LTE RSRP in StatusBar [beta] - press Toggle StatusBar
- LTE RSRP/RSRQ/RSSNR/CQI [beta]
- Tracks Defined Base Station in Status Bar [HOT!]
- Logging CSV & KML Supported [HOT!]
- Send CSV & KML from App via E-mail
- Enable/Disalbe Base Station Tracker
- Status Bar RSSI Color (White or Green)
- Optimized View, All in "One Screen"
- Shows Cdma SID/NID
- Maps CDMA Base Station Location

[NOTES]
1. Works only with Cdma2000 Type Phones. GSM/UMTS/LTE not supported.
2. Map Base Station only works if your tower tells you Lat/Long.
3. Open map and click on tag to show Latitude and Longitude in user friendly format.
4. Keep the App in the foreground and press ToggleScreenOn for active updates.

Recent changes:
[FIXED] Force Close on startup

LTE RSRP/RSRQ/RSSNR/CQI now supported !!
* Toggle color works better
* RSRP & RSRQ update works better
* Data Type update works better
* Still beta testing. Feedback welcome
* 4.2 Jelly Bean API not supported
* LTE Feature will stay BETA until 4.2 based API is officially supported by this application
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Mar 15, 2015
Awesome tower locator This app helps in identifying and locating the tower being used. I used it to report a problem tower and also an illegal femtocell that was causing interference.
A Google User
Feb 11, 2015
Base station location unavailable This will not show me the location of sprint LTE Tower locations. Still not working
A Google User
Jan 4, 2015
ok nice
A Google User
Dec 18, 2014
Base station location unavailable This will not show me the location of sprint LTE Tower locations
A Google User
Dec 5, 2014
Best tower locator on Google Play Finally, one of these that really seems to work. I've been trying to find one of these tools to help us determine Verizon tower location relative to a remote, off-the-grid cabin where we are trying to improve service by using a directional Yagi antenna. The other tools such as OpenSignal, CellMapper, NetworkSignalFinder have been no help at all. What is particularly helpful in this tool is the ability to log tower connections over time so you can eliminate strays in favor of the towers your phone is most frequently connected to. After logging for a couple hours, you can email out a .csv or a .kml file that you can analyze and even plot up in Google Earth. From the 10 towers my phone connected to over a 90 minute interval, this enabled me to determine that 85% of the time I was using 3 towers that were much further away than I was thinking. And I can even verify the locations by spotting the towers in Google Earth. The UI is crude certainly, but it really is the only tool I've found that really works given our remote location.
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