Network Cell Info (with Pro subscription) Export Database Formats

Last updated: July 28, 2018

Network Cell Info has the capability of exporting the measurements taken in different database formats. Exporting happens by pressing the checkmark button in the Map Tab of the app. The common formats are 6, and also there are 2 formats available only in the Pro subscription of the paid app, which are explained below.

In the app, you can choose the database format by going to the app settings -> database.


CMWF Pro v.1

This is a csv-type database, with header (row entry):



sim 1 or 2
radiotype GSM, UMTS, LTE, CDMA
radio actual radio type (e.g. EDGE, 1xRTT, HSPA, LTE, etc.)
carrier name of the carrier (network operator)
mcc mobile country code
mnc mobile network code 
area location/tracking area code 
cellid ECI for LTE, UCID for UMTS, CID for GSM
enbrnc eNB or RNC ID
lcid CID for LTE, CID for UMTS
xarfcn EARFCN for LTE, UARFCN for UMTS, ARFCN for GSM 
unit PSC for UMTS or PCI for LTE or BSIC for GSM
band band 
fc carrier frequency (MHz) 
sigl received signal level [0-4]
asu ASU (arbitrary strength unit) 
signal received signal strength, dBm (RSRP for LTE, RSSI for UMTS/GSM)
lat device latitude in degrees, at time of measurement
lon device longitude in degrees, at time of measurement
acc device location accuracy in meters, at time of measurement
time timestamp of measurement (UTC time, milliseconds since 1/1/1970)
speed device speed at time of measurement
bearing device direction of travel at time of measurement
alt device altitude at time of measurement 
api android version
device device name 
rsrq LTE RSRQ (reference signal received quality)
rssnr LTE RSSNR (reference signal signal to noise ratio)
ss signal strength (as given by ss of Android API)
cqi LTE CQI (channel quality indicator)
ta LTE TA (timing advance)
rssi_cdma CDMA RSSI (received signal strength indicator)
ecio_cdma CDMA Ec/Io 
ecio_evdo EVDO Ec/Io 


CMWF Pro v.1N

This is a csv-type database, same as CMWF Pro v.1 (see above) with the addition of the 1st neighbor data (when they exist):