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jackrabbit1962
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Registered: ‎01-21-2011
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Re: RUSH - I need to monitor the signal strength of a Blackberry from a PC

It will be used for an evacuation plan or ATV/snowmobile trails for emergency services. 

 

Also, markers will be installed at the beginning of trail sections that do not have cellular coverage.

 

In the event of an accident people will know where to go back for emergency calls.

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lray801
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Re: RUSH - I need to monitor the signal strength of a Blackberry from a PC

No, no, no.  I mean in the cyber world, not the real world.  What are you doing with the data...what are you using to capture, map, graph, etc?  :smileyhappy:

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jackrabbit1962
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Re: RUSH - I need to monitor the signal strength of a Blackberry from a PC

I am using my own mapping utility that I developped to show the recorded track with a rainbow of colors, blue meaning no signal, red meaning full signal.  With it, I can zoom in at any parts of my track and visualize the cellular reception at 2 seconds intervals (roughly every 100 feet at average recording speed).

 

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lray801
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Re: RUSH - I need to monitor the signal strength of a Blackberry from a PC

You ought to try and get it published. I need something that works like that but can't find anything. I don't have the time to develop it, either, so I'll just have to do the ol' look and see what the signal is, and write it down! Good job :smileyhappy:

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