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measuring signal strength in java

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hello

i am writing a java program for locating a wireless device within an
office environment. i want to use the signal strengths of the
surrounding base stations (access points) to estimate the current
location of the device.
does anybody have an idea how to get the strength of a signal sent by
a base station in java?

thank you,
dominik
Jul 17 '05 #1
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You'll either have to write a JNI interface or use the java.comm
package.

Dominik Kaspar wrote:
hello

i am writing a java program for locating a wireless device within an
office environment. i want to use the signal strengths of the
surrounding base stations (access points) to estimate the current
location of the device.
does anybody have an idea how to get the strength of a signal sent by
a base station in java?

thank you,
dominik


Jul 17 '05 #2

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