a replacement software for your UMTS/3G card…


With every UMTS/3G card comes a tool that tracks your connection information, your traffic and everything… and it looks like this for a Vodafone UMTS card:

That’s not even close to cute and well useable. So someone took the task and created this:

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A small tool that is compatible with almost any available UMTS/3G hardware on earth and has these features:

tiny executable: 0.3 MB, very little CPU load

  • permanently displaying:
    • up- and download speed in kBytes/s, used data volume in kByte (with round option), used online time (with round option), mode of operation UMTS(3G)/GPRS, signal strength in percent and dBm, network name and cell id (if provided by pc card), homezone status
  • movable mini window with information display:
    • sitting on the task bar, at upper screen border, in front of the start button, as dynamic tray icon with gauges
  • warning when exceeding data volume or online time
  • optional beep output for signal strength,network change and cell change
  • manual or automatic selection of network and mode
  • optional warning when using not listet networks
  • determination of receivable networks
  • retrieve and charge prepaid credit
  • automatics:
    • start/terminate connections,start extern programs such as Browser or Ping, reconnect after errors/freezes, generate network entry, dynamic com port determination
  • adjustable connection error tolerance
  • connection test by “smart Ping”
  • SMS reception can be activated
  • PC remote-control by SMS
  • SMS transmission by batch job
  • logging of data volume and connection information
  • connection statistics as semigraphics
  • timer for program end or shutdown
  • deactivate graphics compression (some networks)
  • scriptable
  • service terminal for data card commands
  • shows data card netlocks
  • service log for data card control communication
  • for Windows 2000/XP/Vista/embedded

And the best of all is that this is a freeware tool. Unfortunately it’s not available for OSX.

Source: http://www.mwconn.com

  1. #1 by martin on September 19, 2007 - 06:03

    Bah! Real Mac users don’t need free tools. We are proud to pay huge €€€ for the smallest pieces of shareware and will be glad to cough up 90 Euros for Launch2Net. 😉

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