GSM / Wifi network diagnostics for Blackberry
- Chart of GSM signal strength
- Chart of Wifi / WLAN signal strength
- Charts for packets sent and received
- GSM network information like MCC, MNC, LAC…
- WIFI information (datarate, channel, IP, …)
- notification about network/carrier changes (blue LED) (e.g. roaming, changing Wifi access point)
- GSM frequency bands in use
- GPS speed
- Speed: Current speed above ground (if GPS available)
- Device: Mobile device/type and software version.
- Net: Current network carrier/operator (same as on main screen) and the country code returned by the network
- Connection: Current connection, one of 3G, EDGE or GPRS Services: C=city zone, H=home zone, R=roaming, V=voice, D=data services.
- Signal: Signal strength in dBm ranging from -40 (very good) to -121 (very bad), normal levels are between -76 and -92, if lower the current coverage is very bad.
- IMEISV: The International Mobile station Equipment Identity and Software Version Number (serial number of the device)
- IMSI: International Mobile Subscriber Identity (MCC+MNC+Subscriber Identity)
- MCC: Mobile Country Code, basically a country code for wireless networks. For example: 262=Germany 310=US
- MNC: Mobile Network Code, identifies a carrier together with MCC uniquely. (complete list of MCC/MNC tuples on wikipedia)
- LAC: Location Area Code, current location area inside carriers’s network
- CellId: current base station id
Wifi / WLAN
- Channel: Currently used Wifi channel. More here: Wikipedia 802.11
- AP MAC: Access point MAC Address
- Profile: The name the wifi network is saved on the device. (null if not saved)
- Datarate: AP’s datarate
- Radioband: Radioband / Standard used
- SSID: Network’s name
- Local IP: IP address for this wireless connection
- Signal: Signal strength chart ranging from about -30 dBm (very good) to -121 (very bad)
- Charts of packets sent or received. Please note that small traffic might not show up or only as 1 pixel values.
Online Cellmon v3.0.0
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Written by: admin