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OpenSignal Alternatives

The best OpenSignal alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    OpenCelliD is the largest Open Database of Cell Towers & their locations. You can geolocate IoT & Mobile devices without GPS, explore Mobile Operator coverage and more!

  2. 28

    Find a cell phone location using LAC/CellID, GSM BTS coordinates

  3. 23

    WiGLE (Wireless Geographic Logging Engine)

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    Open source alternative for crowsourced cell tower and wifi data

  5. 26

    CellTower Locator

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    Detect attacks of fake base stations such as IMSI-Catcher and StingRay on your GSM/UMTS network.

  7. 14

    Collects and analyses mobile radio data to make you aware of your mobile network security and to...

  8. 16

    Mozilla Stumbler is an open-source wireless network scanner that collects GPS data for the Mozilla...

  9. 14

    Detect IMSI/IMEI/TMSI catchers and interception of voice and data over GSM networks

  10. 16

    This app collects GSM security data and adds it to the GSMmap web site.

  11. Proxidize is the world’s first self-hosted 4G mobile proxy solution. Using Proxidize you can build any size 4G mobile/residential proxy network using 4G dongles with no developers or any technical knowledge whatsoever.

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    Cellumap is a revolution in cellular coverage maps, in that the coverage maps here are not created...

  13. Fast automated way to get the password to a WPA wifi network

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