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Thu Jul 21, 2011 2:37 am
I ended up installing "GPS over BT" It was simple to get it going on my Droid. Once paired with my laptop it readily pumped in Coordinates to Netstumbler after configuring Netstumbler to pick up NMEA from the bluetooth COM port I created from the pair on the laptop. Unfortunatly for me, my wireless ...
Tue Jul 19, 2011 4:23 am
Tue Jul 19, 2011 4:21 am
I know I am replying to my own post but when using the app I saw the radius of the hotspots was a little different from the image I saw of the app on the market. Each hotspot point was the same size but different colors. I was hoping for the overlapping circles of different sizes and a means of extr...
Tue Jul 19, 2011 4:18 am
Thank you. Yes, after uploading my first wigle results I was notified the file location is /mnt/sdcard/wiglewifi/WifleWifi_201107018233108.csv. It looks like the points were calculated already in this file as perhaps a small app on a phone should be. Alas a NetStumbler results such as are demonstrat...
Sun Jul 17, 2011 9:49 pm
Hi, I was reading on the android market that we could export the NetStumbler results from the Android app to a csv file. Has anyone tried to do this? I can't find the option. I see an option to export KML. Here is the blerb: "A wardriving app to netstumble, display and map found wireless networks an...
I'm tyring to identify Open Wifi Clusters by parsing wigle.net results throughout the country. It doesn't seem the web interface allows this so I am wondering if it can be done through the API. We can see wigle.net keeps track of encrypted vs. open, so there must be a way to do this. Perhaps I have ...
Sun Jul 17, 2011 8:33 pm
I noticed the different sized access points on the app. These must be signal radius estimates. Is this the case, how do you measure? Is it possible to deduce these radious from query results from the Wigle API? I've seen this done with inverse distance weighting. They did it by feeding NetStumbling ...