PyNetMony

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PyNetMony
Version: 2.02.03 Updated
Platforms: Series 60, Symbian OS
Developer: Carsten Knuetter
Distribution Type: Freeware
Downloads: 6298
File Size: 283 Kb

Rating: 2.5/5 (Total votes: 45)

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PyNetMony is a GSM, UMTS, WLAN and Bluetooth Monitor tool with support for internal, external or assisted GPS.

It shows and logs GSM and UMTS network information like Cell ID, Location Area Code, Mobile Network Code , RX level and so on. It supports Nobbis clf v3.0 format, but only decimal at this time, please read the readme.txt for details.

The white headline shows always the current cell, how many WLAN and Bluetooth devices are in range, how many GPS satellites are fixed and the current time.

If you use a clf V3.0 with cell coordinates, the radar shows the cell position from your GPS position. The Map feature downloads a map centered with the current cell or your own GPS position in 12 different zoom levels.

All found WLAN and Bluetooth devices in range are logged into a file on e:/data/others/pynetmony/ You can also start a GSM/3G measurement log file, and a WLAN measurement log file, that logs the RX Lev and coordinates. If you press the upper arrow key you can toggle between SSID and MAC address.

With a detailed clf file, it is possible to calculate a neighbour cells list around your current GPS or cell position within a certain radius.

PyNetMony supports all display sizes. And it is freeware!

Please see readme.txt for installation notes! You have to use Symbian Online Signing with your own email address!!!

Note: You can view and edit your PyNetMony database using PyNetMony PC-Tool.

Please convert all your clf, wlan and bt files to UTF-8 before installing PyNetMony if not done before!

What's New in This Release:

· internal changes in position upload with GPS coordinates
· added info about the update download size
· removed update option when using a beta version








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  • hatem 18 Dec 10

    goooooooooooooooooood

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