Updating cell tower information

14 Oct

Suspect measurements are saved into a special collection: Cell Measurement Suspect. The suspect data is rechecked every now and then after the filters have been updated in order to check if some initially supsect data can be recovered.

After uploading new measurements to the Open Cell ID community servers they are added to our waiting queues and processed in the background.

Yes, you can use mnc as sid, lac as nid and cellid as bid.This means that if you upload a measurement of a cell tower that was not in the database before and the waiting queue for cell towers has some data to process, you have to expect some times (usually few minutes) until the queue delivers the newly uploaded cell tower information. "optional" means that this field is not required in the csv file.Minimal csv file looks as follows: This error message means that no cell was found for the given user criteria (mcc-mnc-lac-cid combination was not found in database).For further details please visit: You can alternatively download the entire database here: When the measurement was measured.Supported date formats:- timestamp (milliseconds since 1/1/1970 GMT)- "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss"- "yyyy MMdd HHmmss"- "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss.The user is deduced from the API key which is a string unique to each user.User ID is persisted as a field in the same object.In the examples below "api Key" is used as a place holder for this parameter.The meaning of the "changeable" value returned by some methods is the following: changeable=1: the GPS position of the cell tower has been calculated from all available measurements changeable=0: the GPS position of the cell tower is precise; no measurements have been used to calculate it.Should your application meet this requirement, please contact [email protected] for the authorisation of your API key.For further details please visit: You can alternatively download the entire database here: Daily limit 1000 requests exceeded for your API key.