For more information, please refer to Menu -> Help or contact to http://spacepalm.com/contact-us.html
Free Space Loss
dBm Watts conversions
Power to VSWR
Link Budget Calculator
Cable loss calculator including the following cables:
8214 9086 9095 9096 9913 4XL8IIA Digisat FLEXI 4XL
HD100 L2201TX L7626TX L8620TX
LDF2-50 LDF4-50A LDF4-75A LDF5-50A
LDF6-50 LDF7-50A LMR-200 LMR-240
LMR-300 LMR-400 LMR-500 LMR-600 M17/129-00001
M17/130-00001 M17/130-00002 M17/130-00003
M17/130-00004 M17/130-00005 M17/130-00006
M17/130-00007 M17/130-00008 M17/130-00009
M17/130-00010 M17/130-00011 M17/130-00012
M17/130-00013 M17/132-00001 M17/133-00001
M17/133-00002 M17/133-00003 M17/133-00004
M17/133-00005 M17/133-00006 M17/133-00007
M17/133-00008 M17/133-00009 M17/133-00010
M17/133-00011 M17/133-00012 M17/133-00013
M17/133-00014 M17/133-00015 M17/133-00016
M17/133-00017 MKR300C RG-10A RG-11 RG-111
RG-119 RG-12 RG-120 RG-122 RG-13 RG-14 RG-141
RG-142 RG-144 RG-164 RG-165 RG-166 RG-17 RG-174
RG-177 RG-178B RG-179B RG-188A RG-196A RG-210
RG-211 RG-212 RG-213 RG-214 RG-215 RG-216
RG-217 RG-218 RG-219 RG-22 RG-220 RG-223 RG-23
RG-235 RG-24 RG-316 RG-34 RG-35 RG-393 RG-400
RG-401 RG-402 RG-403 RG-405 RG-55B RG-58 RG-59
RG-6 RG-62 RG-63 RG-71B RG-72 RG-79 RG-8 RG-8 Min
RG-9 S22089 S33141 S44191 S44193 S46191 S55122
S65161 S67163 S86208 S88207 Twinsat 100 UFA125A
UFA147A UFA147B UFA210A UFA210B UFB142A UFB142C UFB197C
UFB205A UFB293C UFB311A UFC142A UFF092D UGF070D V73263
V75268 V76261 V78209 Vision 100 W102 W102 Twin WC100
WF100 WF125 WF165 WF233 WF340 WF65
More on the way!
RF Calculator consists of a number of calculators, namely:
- Calculate wavelength in millimeters, centimeters, meters, feet and inches
Free-space path loss:
- Calculate FSPL, simply enter frequency and distance
Convert(dBm - Watt):
- Convert dBm to Watt, and Watt to dBm
Convert(dBm - Volt):
- Convert dBm to Volt, and Volt to dBm
- Calculate resistor values of pi and tee resistive attenuators
- Calculate expected receiver signal strength
- Calculate resonant frequency, capacitance or inductance values
- Calculate VSWR from a choice of four possible known values
- Calculate reflection coefficient from a choice of four possible known values
- Calculate return loss from a choice of four possible known values
- Calculate mismatch loss from a choice of three possible known values
Effective Radiated Power:
- Calculate effective radiated power from VSWR
For more information, please refer to Menu -> Help or contact to http://spacepalm.com/contact-us.html
Please feel free to make suggestions / requests as we add functionality on a per request basis.
Xpedite FT displays all the real-time detailed network parameters including:
• Detailed serving system information with MNC, MCC, CID, etc.
• Full received signal measurements for active and neighbors
• Uplink power control parameters
• RACH parameters such as TX Max, RX Min, TX Pwr and Preambles
• Detailed information about packet scheduling such as: TBF state, TS allocation, CQI and BLER %
• Data throughput measurements
• Full Layer 3 and RRC signaling
All the parameters are displayed in fully customizable KPI pages with textual parameters and graphical views in bar and line charts.
Xpedite FT also has dedicated displays for real-time map view and service statistics.
You can install and test this application for free. Free version allows you to run the application for two minutes and does not have map and signaling views.
For the application to function properly you must have rooted device that has a Qualcomm chipset. Devices that are tested to work with this software include Motorola Moto G, Sony Xperia V, Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE and Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.1. For complete list of supported devices check the list from www.x-tel.com.
If your device is not listed as supported devices, you can still download the free version and test if this works on your phone.
Note that this application is only for viewing the parameters in real-time. If you would like to get logging capability, then check out our full version of Xpedite in Play store.
Calculate TX power for ERP:
For a given cable type and length will automatically calculate line loss and transmitter output power settings for a given FCC ERP license restriction and antenna gain.
Calculate TTA attenuation to achieve required reserve gain:
Will calculate the attenuation required to meet a Tower Top Amp receive system design reserve gain. Supply the TTA gain, line type and length, and design reserve gain. Line loss is calculated automatically
dB & SWR calculation: dB/SWR Will calculate dB gain/loss for power in watts or voltage in volts or SWR for forward and reflected power in watts.
Transmission line types supported are:
Andrew AVA7-50 1 5/8"
Andrew LDF6-50 1 1/4"
Andrew LDF5-50 7/8"
Andrew LDF4-50 1/2"
Andrew LDF2-50 3/8"
Cable loss calculations are available for frequencies between 150Mhz - 1000Mhz
"Andrew", "AVA", and "LDF" are trademarks of COMMSCOPE Inc.
*** Does not work on Verizon *** 3G & CDMA Support is limited by Android, not by the application *** CDMA requires Eclair ***
Works best with 2G GSM. 3G/CDMA support is very limited.
Please understand what this tool does and does not do before you rate it. If you are not interested in the esoteric details of how the cellular network works, please do not download this app, it will frustrate you and be a waste of your time. Please check website for details.
I have reports that Verizon now blocks locations. Other providers may do same. Bummer. If your provider blocks, please be considerate and don't downrate the app. Not my fault.
Yes it is a battery hog - it needs to be.
Froyo problems? Tested with HTC Desire 2.2, Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab. I do know that it's failing on some devices through. New release coming soon.
Sorry for not posting updates or responding on emails lately.
One INTERMAP High Resolution profile for free every day.
The main features are:
- Sites database. You can create a single or multiple sites over terrain. Also, you can import KML files generated in Google Earth or export KML files to be used in Google Earth.
- Representation of terrain profiles and First Fresnel Zone between two geographical points. You can see immediately if the First Fresnel Zone is obstructed or not by the terrain and the percentage of the First Fresnel Zone clear of any obstructions is automatically calculated. Also, the Free Space Path Loss is calculated.
- Orientation of the antennas in azimuth (relative to the North) and elevation (relative to the horizon) between two geographical points. Useful for quickly orientating the antennas situated at the sites.
- Link budget. The Link budget calculations can be done to determine the maximum allowed path loss, taking into account the equipment configuration elements and parameters (transmitting power, cable loss, antenna gains, sensitivity, etc.)
- DROPBOX. You can store results (sites database, profiles etc) and share them (if you want) instantly with your RF Terrain Profiles user group.
- Digital Terrain Models.
You can calculate profiles, without an additional cost, using data provided by GOOGLE with 500 points per profile from a Digital Terrain Model (DTM) with a resolution of 90x90m.
Also, you can use, with an additional cost (0.50 euros per profile), the following INTERMAP data:
- NEXTMap 5m, a Digital Surface Model (DSM) with a 5x5m resolution and a vertical accuracy of +/-1m for Europe Coverage (Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Irland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxemburg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Portugal, San Marino, Spain, Switzerland, and United Kingdom) and United States Coverage.
- NEXTMAP World 30m, a Digital Surface Model (DSM) for the World with a resolution of 30x30m and a vertical accuracy of +/- 7m wherever NEXTMAP 5m terrain is unavailable.
The Pro version (compared to the free version) has no ads, a NEW cell tower database with more than 22 million entries, a NEW MOBILE SIGNAL TRACKER function that generates a KML file for use with Google Earth, more widgets, a MOBILE SIGNAL LOST SERVICE and much more.
Three widget sizes: 1x1, 2x1 and 2x2 in different styles.
(If you can't find widgets, please copy the app back to phone memory)
I have especially worked on the visualization of the WLAN and mobile signal strength. They have received special importance. Normally they are only divided into weak, good and excellent signals. Graphically there are mostly "only" three to five bars shown as a mobile signal and three "waves" shown as a WiFi connection.
My app differentiates the signal strength into a total of 14 bars. This will give you a quick visualized and detailed information on your signal strength.
In addition to the more sophisticated graphical representation of the signal strength you will also be able to see some more interesting information.
Furthermore, there is a log function in csv-file format for wireless and mobile signal strength available (for e.g. Excel import).
With "Mobile Signal":
Network operators, sim provider, phone type, network type, network strength in dbm and ASU, data state, data activity, country code of the mobile phone, device ID, IP address (internal und external), roaming state.
In "WLAN signal":
WLAN-Name (SSID), BSSID, MAC address, maximum WLAN speed, IP address, external IP address, net capability, net channel, subnet mask, Gateway IP address, DHCP server address, DNS1 and DNS2 address.
If you like this app, please give me a positive rating in the market.
** Supported system=> GSM, WCDMA, CDMA2000, LTE, and WIFI
** All the frequency and formula are referred from 3GPP (GSM, WCDMA, and LTE), 3GPP2 (CDMA2000), and IEEE802.11n (WIFI)
** The general used bands are created
** The corresponding channel range, frequency range and Low, Mid, High channel will be shown.
** The radio button can be clicked for "Keyin CH to calculate frequency" or "Keyin Freq to calculate channel"
** Click "calculate", the results will be shown at bottom of the screen.
The underlying model is applicable to Frequencies of up to 3500 MHz, Distances of 100-8000 m, BS Antenna Heights of 10-80 m and MS Antenna Height of 2-10 m.
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Please note that I did not write this, but gathered the text, notes, and annotations from a variety of sources, but mostly www.usconstitution.net
(see below). I wanted a handy, self-contained reference to the Constitution.
Navigation thru sections of the constitution or articles of confederation is done using the D-pad or track ball of your device if equipped, or by swiping your finger left or right across the screen.
Pressing the select text menu will temporarily disable gestures (finger swipes). The text selection process is is built into Android -- learn it and you have learned how to use it in this app. Once text is copied onto the clipboard, gestures will not be restored until you share the clipboard contents to email, or Twitter, whatever. Gestures are also restored by returning to the top level menu.
- Searchable US Constitution and Articles of Confederation
- Resizable text
- Ratification Dates of Amendments
- Bios of the signers
- Constitution timeline
- Declaration of Independence
- Articles of Confederation
- Gettysburg address
- Mayflower Compact
- Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen
- Star-Spangled Banner
- Emancipation Proclamation
- I Have a Dream
Odds & Ends:
- The U.S. Constitution has not been updated since 1992. Any updates made to the app are to improve the functionality of the app, add features, or to remove bugs.
- The app contains a few hyperlinks to some source or reference material on the web, so it will ask for internet access in the permission when you install.
- If you find a bug (and you want it fixed) email the developer using the link on this page, don't just leave a comment (Android secret: Developers do not read their comments).
- Monitor data traffic bytes.
- XY Chart of RF and WiFi signal strength over time.
- Voice notification of signal strength & technology changes, handovers, open hotspots, and more!
- Notes! Insert notes into the RF data collected. Notes can be viewed & edited in Big Picture
- 'Drive Mode' screen showing just RSSI, Cell ID, and technology to view while driving
- Localized for French, Spanish (thank you Augusto!), Portuguese, and German (thank you Lutz!).
- Map and record your color coded RF signal strength as you travel.
- War driving. Collect WiFi access points and list mobile location at the strongest signal.
- Users can redefine site locations on the map.
- Play back, pause, jump to any part of recorded data.
- Share collected data and Maps with Twitter, Facebook, whatever you can share with.
- Sector coverage zones describing sector orientation and beamwidth.
- One Cell Tracking to examine coverage of a single cell site.
- Sound and Vibration notification on handover.
- Possible handoff neighbors (2G).
- User defined sites can be exported or imported for later use.
- Serving cell can be located through Google, OpenCellID.
- All sites located through Google or OpenCellID saved to local database.
- Export recorded data to XML, KML (Google Earth), or CSV files.
- Import older recorded data for playback.
- Roaming and data states, data activity, CGI.
- WiFi MAC address, BSSID, supplicant state.
- WiFi network access points identified.
- EIRP/ERP and Free Space Loss calculators
- Big picture of entire drive test or site survey
- Auto-shutoff at minimum battery level set by user
- Adjust GPS power settings
- App to SD card
*** Please keep those bug reports coming! If you crash and are given the option, please send in the report. I read them all. Or you can email directly at: Type1apps@gmail.com
- If a site appears off the coast of Africa it means that you are using Google's location service or OpenCellID and they cannot determine that cell's location (so it returns the location 0 deg Lat, 0 deg Lon). A new feature for version 2.2.9 is the ability to define your own site locations (add, move or remove) by pressing a spot on the map or a site icon. Users can do their own site surveys as they travel. This is a workaround for those who do not have access to site location data -- unless you are an engineer for a carrier, you won't have access to this data since site locations are generally considered proprietary.
- Background recording, where you exit the app after you start recording, will not register signal strength changes if the phone is in sleep mode (screen is blank). This is a "bug" in Android not the app. If the phone is not allowed to sleep, background recording is possible.
- BER, EVDO, SNR & Ec/Io may display -1. This is the number the Android OS is sending, sorry.
- The app is optimized for GSM service. CDMA devices are not completely supported. This is due to the lack of a CDMA phone (and contract) on my part, not anything specific to the technology. So if you have a CDMA phone be aware it has not been tested by me.
- Please remember you are using a phone, not a laptop. If you try to record hours worth of data, and/or play it back, unexpected things may happen.
The Federalist Papers are a natural choice for inclusion in the American DNA section of the 'United States Constitution' app found in the Android Market. I did not include it because it would have doubled the size of the that app and I want to maintain a little size discipline, so to speak. So after many request I created 'The Federalist Papers'. It's not annotated like the Constitution, but it does contain a search feature which should make personal analysis a little easier. I'll be making improvements as I go of course, so for now here you go.
- Multiple playlists
- Adjustable play time
- Min battery level shutoff
- Preset music volume
- Add a notification sound
- Sleep timer