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    Smile RSSI = Signal Bar

    Does anyone know how to convert RSSI (received signal strength indicator) on CDMA or W-CDMA radio frequency into signal Bar, that always show on mobile phone display?

    Note: RSSI = how many bar (on mobile phone display)

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    Re: RSSI = Signal Bar

    Quote Originally Posted by resfiando View Post
    Does anyone know how to convert RSSI (received signal strength indicator) on CDMA or W-CDMA radio frequency into signal Bar, that always show on mobile phone display?

    Note: RSSI = how many bar (on mobile phone display)
    hi resfindo
    welcome to the discussion boards.
    can you throw some more light on your question basically regarding the platform you want to use.

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    Re: RSSI = Signal Bar

    I don't know if this link will be helpful to you or not, but please have a look at it,

    http://forums.crackberry.com/f3/chan...wer-dbm-26381/
    IDEAS is all they need but still they think only Genius can give them that.

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    Re: RSSI = Signal Bar

    For Shubhendra,
    Thank you very much for your helping...

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