Monday, August 05, 2013 8:34:00 AM
Here at telecomHall you already know: we are constantly trying to find the best Telecommunications Tips and Practices to simply share them with you. As its name suggests (Telecommunications Hall) we try to be the location where these Telecommunications and IT professionals find help to start, or even to evolve in their daily tasks.
In this way, today we would like to present to you - that are still not familiar with - a fantastic set of free solutions, but that surely... read more
Wednesday, July 17, 2013 9:18:00 AM
Here at telecomHall, as you already know, we share tips and interesting suggestions geared to the technical audience, people who works with Telecom and IT. But today we are going to talk about a very interesting application, but that doesn't only apply to these professionals, but to everyone that use wireless devices.
Introducing OpenSignal, an application that performs Cellular and Wi-Fi Networks data collection, and use it in building a comprehensive public map with... read more
Thursday, January 31, 2013 11:53:00 AM
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It's now a great modern forum software for telecomHall community.
Besides blog posts, you now can use as discussion forum, long-form chat room, and more!
Thursday, July 29, 2010 9:57:00 PM
When you establish a connection using your mini USB modem, can you get basic information as the signal level in dBm and server sector? And information like Cell ID and LAC, hard?
If you are not satisfied with the simple information of five bars, then it is worth knowing MDMA - Mobile Data Monitoring Application.
Installation and License
No need to install the application, just unzip the contents of the ZIP file to a folder and run the EXE. Simply download the ZIP file from... read more
Thursday, May 27, 2010 8:00:00 PM
Ever wanted to be able to instantly see how your connection is, if the data are coming in or going out on your computer, and even what rate? Sometimes you click a link, waits, and nothing ... Something is going on? Did the connection drop? Should it really be so slow?
Well, to have no such doubts as these, there is a very useful and practical in assessing the speed of your connection bandwidth - the NetWorx.
Why should i use NetWorx?
Quite simply, to measure instantaneous... read more