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Ericsson

Project Details

Ericsson is a global leader in delivering Information and Communication Technology (ICT) solutions. In fact, 40% of the world's mobile traffic is carried over Ericsson networks. This semester’s project for Ericsson was to develop a mobile application that can send an android ping to a database. Once that ping is in the server, our web interface that we created will communicate with the web server we setup to display real-time data circles that entail cellular network information.

Features

  • Android application
    • Sends pings with both automatic coordinate detecting and by manually entering coordinates
    • Configurable IP Address that chooses where the ping is sent to
    • Continuous mode that send pings on a constant interval chosen by the user
    • Conditional upload mode that only accepts pings to get sent on Wi-Fi
      • Local database that stores pings when not on Wi-Fi
  • Web interface
    • Allows users to change view of data being displayed
      • This entails Radio Access Technology, Latency, and Signal Strength
    • Filtering capabilities to see what pings were sent within the last x(user defined) hours