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    We have a signal strength meter for voice, but my question is can there be a different signal strength for data?

    I thought data and voice were transmitted at different frequency's thus they could have different signal strengths.

    Could there be a signal strength meter app made for data?

    Thanks.
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    I would of thought so since there is one on windows for wifi strength measured in db
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    I would of thought so since there is one on windows for wifi strength measured in db
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    when the "3G" is lit up, you are seeing the data signal strength. It's talking to the same tower, just using a different channel.
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    The data signal is separate. Via WebOS-Internals, if you want to check out the data signal strength, hopefully you have the Verizon model and you can type ##DEBUG# (33284) (CMDA only).

    This opens a "Debug Parameters" page that contains technical data on your current signal and tower connection. Signal strength is given as RSSI, which stands for Received Signal Strength Indicator. The closer to zero the RSSI value, the better the signal.
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