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Network Cell Info Feature Comparison

In the following, we explain the differences between Network Cell Info LiteNetwork Cell Info (core), and Network Cell Info with 1-yr Pro features subscription. The Pro features subscription, introduces new features/development first published in Release 4.0.

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Main Features:

Near Real-Time (within 1 second response) monitoring of cellular and WiFi signals*

GSM, CDMA, UMTS (WCDMA), IWLAN, LTE, LTE+ support

Dual SIM support*

Signal-meter provides statistics for both SIM and WiFi coverage*

Map displays network cellular info and signal-meter gauges

Visual representation of cell locations (not cell towers) on the Map utilizing Mozilla Location Service (MLS), excl. cdma*

Dynamic coloring of the route according to the signal strength, including map markers with location and signal info

Logs and measurements of cellular signals

Customize measurement settings (minimum distance, minimum accuracy, motion sensor, etc.)

Database export measurements in KML 2.2, MLS Geosubmit v.2, CLF v.3, OpenCellID csv, CMWF database types

Network information available in Status Bar

Sound notifications for system and Cell ID changes

Raw view of network cellular info

Raw zoom view of network cellular info

Connection statistics

SIM and device info

Tabs: select visible tabs

Map view settings: Normal, Satellite, Terrain, Hybrid

Customize option to display gauge with 1 or 2 SIMS, as well as WiFi

Personalized setting to display neighboring cells

Features Comparison

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 Notes:

  • Data accuracy is dependent on device implementation of Android APIs. Not all manufacturers/devices correctly implement Android APIs.

  • For Android < 5.0, Dual SIM is not supported for non-MediaTek devices, due to Android/device limitation.

  • Low WiFi AP scan period has diminishing effect on the throughput (Android issue).

** xARFCN, Band, Fc, for Android 7+ devices implements the corresponding Android API 17+ telephony functions.

# If applicable, and assuming the device/manufacturer firmware provides the corresponding functionality to the Android interface.

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