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22.214.171.124c (2010/12/12): Updated USSD Help
More bugfixes in PDU encoding and decoding
Fix crash when querying Huawei E122 serial number and hardware version
Abbreviations in Cell Broadcast Message display
Change 'Assigned Profile' to read 'Negotiated QoS'
Stop trying to correct Negotiated QoS for broken firmwares (Huawei E172 11.311.04.01.00, E272 11.311.04.01.00, etc.)
Added '3G Only' mode for UMTS900 devices (Huawei E1820, E1752)
Change DSFLOWRPT maximum values for new high speed modems
126.96.36.199b (2010/02/26): Minor bugfix in PDU decoding
188.8.131.52a (2010/02/25): If returned USSD data coding scheme is 0, do strict check and treat as 15 if invalid (MTN SA) - thanks Bernd Prüter
184.108.40.206 (2010/02/21): Close and re-open COM port if device not responding
Detect Vodafone "hacked" drivers (.inf file modified to display Vodafone Mobile Broadband Secondary Port) - thanks nuyork
Detect Nokia Internet Stick CS-15 device - thanks Jari-Matti Ruhala
Allow USSD commands to start with a '#' (Orange Cameroon) - thanks Philippe Boupda
Increase maximum USSD length to cater for CR/LF expansion (for Vodacom's long pre-paid *111# menu)
Add command line option to unlock network-locked Huawei devices
Add command line option to control Huawei emulated CD-ROM and Micro-SD card
Support PDU encoding for USSD (for Huawei E160) - thanks Bernd Prüter
Huawei K4505: ignore some unsolicited notifications and display new HSPA+ RAT
Add command line to set automatic network selection and registration
Support ZTE K3520-Z device (and hopefully others) - thanks Gwen
220.127.116.11 (2009/07/04): Change USSD sending to be compatible with Nokia devices
Correctly display GSM for Huawei devices if no 3G or GPRS available - thanks Naas Fourie
Detect HP HS2300 device as Sierra Wireless - thanks Lars Lindholm Christiansen
Add command line switch to enable and disable Huawei virtual CD-ROM devices
18.104.22.168 (2009/04/11): Close all handles to events, threads and processes - thanks Majestic21
Some devices not correctly sending Cell ID updates, so poll all devices
Add command line switch to disable Cell ID polling (/nopollcid)
Command line switches are now parsed before switching to a running instance of MDMA
Fix problem in parsing USSD data coding scheme
Display GSM for Huawei devices if no 3G or GPRS available
Ignore "ERROR" after "AT^HS=0,0", Huawei B970 takes one minute to become ready - thanks morkhans
Re-initialize Huawei devices if device reboot detected
Ignore consecutive commas when sending USSD - thanks Darius2
Additionally log lower 16-bits of Cell ID in decimal format - thanks Steve
22.214.171.124a (2008/10/19): Fix for Windows Vista 32 / 64
126.96.36.199 (2008/10/16): Detect Sierra Wireless devices
Ignore SIMs that cannot receive cellular broadcast messages - thanks Majestic21
Display LAC and Cell ID
Some USSD fixes and handle malformed USSD responses
Detect Nokia devices (in-band only)
Update logging function to include LAC and Cell ID
188.8.131.52 (2008/08/20): Fix assigned profile values for Huawei E180
If on Vodacom-SA, display CBM message identifier 60 as cell info instead of 50
Add support for Novatel MC950D
Fix sending incorrect bytes after AT+CPIN? since v184.108.40.206
Update description for Vodacom's Myphone menu (*111#)
Add support for Nokia N95 (in-band only)
Prevent hanging while waiting for receiving thread to exit (two more places)
When resetting averages, only clear peak average
Session logging (experimental)
Add option to display assigned profiles in raw hex format (debug)
Add support for Option iCON 225
Revert new message indicator values to what they were in v220.127.116.11
Display "N/A" for Huawei E170/E172 assigned profile downlink - thanks fismail
18.104.22.168 (2008/05/30): Detect Dell Wireless devices (Novatel)
Display HSUPA and HSD+UPA for Huawei devices - thanks v3g
Fix PIN sending problem with non-Huawei devices - thanks MidnightWizard
22.214.171.124 (2008/05/13): Improve communication with Novatel devices
Send AT$NWPDN=0 on exit (Novatel)
Added ICCID to Device Info dialog
Replace 0x11 characters with 0x20 in CBM (Wavecom)
Disable connection type combo and button for standard devices
Prevent hanging while waiting for receiving thread to exit (Wavecom)
USSD responses: convert 0x0A to 0x0D, 0x0A (Wavecom)
Handle incorrect USSD result code 2 instead of 0 (Wavecom)
126.96.36.199 (2008/04/2: Improve compatibility with VMC Lite 3.2.x
Added Windows XP manifest file - thanks to Hugo
Display manufacturer name in Device Info
Basic support for Novatel devices
Basic support for generic devices (standard AT command set)
Name changed to Mobile Data Monitoring Application or MDMA for short
Command line options, could be useful for generic devices and running under emulators
Signal strength and operator info are polled every 2 seconds for Novatel and generic devices
Connect is now the default button - suggested by jano
Usage data is now stored in MDMA\usage.bin under 'Common AppData' folder
(In most English versions of Windows this will be 'C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\MDMA', in Vista it is 'C:\AppData\MDMA')
Updated readme.txt and USSD Help
188.8.131.52 (2008/02/19): Display long alpha-numeric operator name (if available)
Increase maximum allowed speeds for 7.2Mbps down and 2.0Mbps up
Added support for Huawei E272
Display 'assigned profile' uplink & downlink speeds
New generic Option card detection routine (detects ThetaLogix Sharkpod)
Resize USSD & CBM regions in GUI - suggested by jano
Display MCC & MNC
If on MTN-SA, display CBM message identifier 250 as cell info instead of 50
New QualComm Diagnostics Monitor Mode detection routine
Order restored to Tabs - suggested by jano
184.108.40.206 (2008/02/06): Enable reception of all CBM message identifiers on SIM card
USSD handling now copes with with network timeouts and other USSD errors
Data counters now show up to three decimal digits - requested by SecretCode
220.127.116.11 (2008/01/22): Fix problems with SIM PIN handling
Add 'Reset Card' function
Add 'Redetect Card' function
Confirm resetting of total
18.104.22.168 (2008/01/0: Change device detection method
Basic support for Option GlobeTrotter 3.6 Max, 3G+/Nozomi and Fusion cards
Change serial port timing for 3G+/Nozomi and possibly RS-232 based cards
Handle "3G Preferred" mode as set by VMC
Workaround Huawei cards' "data-doubling" bug
22.214.171.124 (2007/10/09): Keep attempting to detect data card if not present
Allow user to retry on initialization error
If card needs to reset, wait and then attempt to detect card
Send multiple USSD commands separated by commas
126.96.36.199 (2007/08/23): Clear operator name if operator code is 0
USSD response length changed to 182 bytes
USSD session times out after 20 seconds
USSD commands must start with '*' when not in a session
USSD commands starting with '*' must end with '#'
Cancel the session first if sending a command starting with '*' during a session
188.8.131.52 (2007/08/06): Wait for slow SIM cards after entering PIN
If card returns "FFFFFF..."for SIM provider, display "Not Available"
If not registered on network, clear the operator name
If there is no signal, clear the mode
184.108.40.206 (2007/08/04): Ignore unsupported AT^CURC=1 command (E220 firmware 076.11.07.106)
Clear USSD response when sending new USSD request
220.127.116.11 (2007/07/03: Removed beta expiry date
If SIM does not return operator name correctly, determine operator name from operator code
Removed redundant information from display (long-form operator name, operator code and RSSI percentage)
Do not query operator information if registration occurs during initialization
18.104.22.168 (2007/06/01): Bumped expiry date to 2007/07/01
Handle SIM not present and SIM locked conditions
Possibly enable data counters for E220 firmware 076.11.07.106
22.214.171.124 (2007/05/01): Bumped expiry date to 2007/06/01
Made some corrections to USSD Help
Improved connection of dropped connections
Improved filtering of invalid data speeds and counters
All sent and received data are logged as debug messages
126.96.36.199 (2007/03/31): Bumped expiry date to 2007/04/30
USSD Help dialog box is now modeless
Improved detection of dropped connections - data counters more accurate
Reset data counters if 'residual values' are found - data counters more accurate (see link for an explanation)
Sanity check for transmit and receive speeds
Reset card if found to be in Diagnostics Monitor mode - used by E220 Huawei/Vodafone Mobile Connect software
Reset card if transmit and receive RF circuits are disabled
Do not send ATE1 if card not successfully initialized
188.8.131.52 (2007/02/22): Bumped expiry date to 2007/03/31
Ignore unsupported AT^BOOT command (E220 firmware 076.11.07.106)
Fix display of connection types (E220 firmware 076.11.07.106)
Send AT+CFUN=1 if AT+CFUN? returns AT+CFUN: 0
Merge E620 and E220 AT^SYSINFO parse routines
Added USSD Help dialog box
184.108.40.206 (2007/01/31): Bumped expiry date to 2007/02/28
Data counters are saved if Windows is shut down or user logs off (and KeepRasConnections registry setting is not set)
Added error messages to each step of initialization - please report these!
Added some debug messages - run DebugView in the background to see them
220.127.116.11b: ATE0 command moved back where it originally was
18.104.22.168a (2007/01/10): Fixed saving of data counters when exiting while online
Preliminary support for E220
22.214.171.124 (2007/12/31): Bumped expiry date to 2007/01/31
ATE0 command is now the first step of initialization - hopefully this prevents some card initialization errors
Added a method to detect when connection is dropped, in doing so changed when session data counters are reset
Application exit is now only confirmed when online
Starting another copy of the application restores and sends the first copy's window to the foreground
Changed number bar graph colours to four, as follows:
red: -95dBm or lower
gold: -85dBm to -95dBm
green: -75dBm to -85dBm
blue: above -75dBm
(See link for an explanation) 126.96.36.199f (2006/12/01): Bumped expiry date to 2006/12/31
188.8.131.52e: Set APN button is now greyed out after APN is set.
USSD responses are cleaned up.
184.108.40.206d: Changed the way program exits.
220.127.116.11c: About is now the default button.
The default button is changed when the connection type or the APN is changed, or a USSD command is entered.
After it has been clicked, the default is again set to About.
If you are offline and you click the Exit button, you are asked if you are sure you want to exit.
If you are online and you click the Exit button, you are asked if you want to disconnect or just exit the program.
18.104.22.168b: Previous Total added to data counters.
22.214.171.124a: Changed dates from GMT to local time.
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MDMA - a Mobile Data Monitoring Application
Before running MDMA make sure you have no other applications or dashboards open that might be using your data device's communications port.
Many dashboard applications drop the connection when you close them; you can use Ctrl-Alt-Del to pop up the Windows Task Manager, select the dashboard application and click on the End Task button, and your internet connection will remain open. When you are finished with MDMA you can close it without dropping your connection and open your dashboard again. Doing this will keep your data counters running. You can use your dashboard application or MDMA to keep track of your usage, but not both. Be sure to disconnect your internet connection from the program in which you wish to track your usage.
Most dashboard applications use the autorun mechanism to start their dashboard when the modem is inserted, to temporarily stop this behaviour, hold the Shift key down while inserting the modem. For a more permanent fix, you can disable autorun in your registry or prevent the emulated CD-ROM from being assigned a drive letter in Disk Management.
Additionally, some recent dashboards also install a service that starts their dashboard, simply disable thse services to prevent his behaviour. Service names to look out for are 'DCservice.exe', 'Vodafone Mobile Broadband Service' and 'UI Assistant Service'.
On the left is the Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) in dBm, measured between -113dBm and -51dBm.
Next is your operator's Mobile Country Code (MCC) and Mobile Network Code (MNC).
Next is your operator's long alphanumeric name. Depending on device and SIM card, this information might not be available.
On the right is the Radio Access Technology; GPRS, EDGE, 3G, HSDPA, HSUPA or HSD+UPA (High Speed Downlink and Uplink).
It is normal for the HSxPA indicators to only appear while data is being transmitted, while the connection is idle, 3G is displayed.
Below this is a bar graph indicating the signal strength.
The next line of information is information from the current cellular tower; the Location Area Code, the Radio Network Controller Identifier (RNC ID), the Cell Identifier and the description.
Data Counters group
The data transmitted and received in the current and last session is shown here.
You can track your total usage here as well. The totals are stored in a file called 'usage.bin' located in the 'Common AppData' folder on your computer (normally C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\MDMA in Win2K/XP, or C:\AppData\MDMA in Vista/Win7).
The 'Reset Session' button zeroes the current session data counters and adds to the totals, useful if you want to see exactly how much bandwidth a particular operation uses. The 'Reset Total' button zeroes the totals, you can use this when you top-up or get a new data bundle or on your contract billing day.
Data Transfer Speed group
Here you can see your current upload and download speeds as well as the highest peak recorded. There is also a 10 second moving average which shows the average upload and download speed over the last 10 seconds. There are reset buttons for the peaks and the averages, these do not affect the data counters. The negotiated QoS is also indicated here; this can vary according to your data plan, your modem and even the particular tower you are connected to.
Connection Type group
Here you can switch your connection type between GPRS/EDGE Only, GPRS/EDGE Preferred, 3G Only, or 3G Preferred. This does not reset the card and you can do this and stay online, provided you have coverage of the signal type you requested. For example you could switch from 3G to GPRS/EDGE to capture cellular broadcasts and then switch back to 3G. This function works much better on Huawei cards; some older Option and Novatel cards or drivers sometimes require the card and/or your computer to be restarted before you can use them again.
You can view and set your default APN here, much easier than using a modem initialization string.
USSD Commands group
You can enter USSD commands here, these are commands in the form *123# that are normally entered on your mobile phones's keypad.
Clicking on 'USSD Help' will display a brief listing of some USSD commands offered by South African operators.
Sending a USSD command creates a session, some USSD services are billable, when you are finished, click the End Session button.
USSD commands that don't require any further input automatically end the session, in which case the End Session remains greyed out.
You can send multiple USSD commands sepeated by commas, for example: *111#,1,6 for Vodacom pre-paid data bundle balance.
MDMA will wait for a response before sending the next command.
Cellular Broadcast Messages group
Received cellular broadcast messages such as cell info, weather reports and tower info are shown here.
Not all operators provide 3G cell broadcasts, you might need to switch your device in GPRS/EDGE Only mode to receive them.
This function logs signal strength, connection type, LAC, Cell ID and cellular broadcast messages to a comma-seperated-values (CSV) file. The signal strength is recorded in its raw format, as a number from 0 to 31 or 99 for no signal. To convert this number to dBm, multiply it by 2 and subract -113. To convert it to a percentage, multiply it by 100 and divide the result by 31. LAC and Cell IDs are recorded in hexadecimal.
This interrogates your data device and SIM card, not all devices and SIM cards provide all the information.
Some information about the program and an SMS form. Sending from the form will send a standard SMS to my data device on the Vodacom network in South Africa, you usual local/international SMS rate will apply.
This instructs your device to do a full reset, you should notice that the device disappears from your operating system and gets detected again. Some older cards or drivers do not recover from a full reset gracefully and require you to restart your computer before they become operational again.
Connect / Disconnect
This allows you to connect and disconnect from the internet, MDMA executes 'rasphone.exe' which is part of your Windows installation, here you should select the dial-up connection created by your dashboard software, or by yourself. When you are online the button changes to Disconnect which disconnects the card in the proper manner and reset the data counters for the current session and adds to the totals.
Command line options
/? - Displays command line help
/port:COM<x> - Bypass the automatic detection of the data device and use the specified port
/commandset:<command set> - You can specify whether to use the Huawei, Option or Novatel set of commands. You can only use this option if the port has already been specified. If /commandset is not specified, only standard commands are used.
/hexprofiles - Displays assigned profile uplink and downlink values in raw hexadecimal format (for debugging).
/sessionlog - Keeps a log of data used per session in "\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\MDMA" (Win2K/XP) or "\AppData\MDMA" (Vista).
/nopollcid - Disable Cell ID polling.
/u2diag:<x> - Send ^U2DIAG command to control device's emulated CD-ROM and Micro-SD card (Huawei only).
values of <x> for most devices:
0: disable CD-ROM and Micro-SD
1: enable CD-ROM only
255: enable CD-ROM and Micro-SD
256: enable Micro-SD only
/ussdcode:<dcs> - Set the USSD data coding scheme: Auto (default), ASCII or PDU.
The Huawei E160 is the only device known to require PDU mode so far.
In Auto mode, MDMA will first try sending in ASCII mode and then switch to PDU mode.
/unlock:<code> - Send 6 or 8-digit network operator unlock code (Huawei only).
/opselauto - Enable automatic network operator selection and registration.
Useful if device was set to manual operator selection by another dashboard.
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