27 May 2019: Test results available as PDF
After completing a loop mode, results can be downloaded as PDF.
20 May 2019: Extension of open data
Open data have been extended. For tests on the road, the street name will be determined and will be mentioned in open data, e.g. “A22”. Moreover, the open data sources have been updated. For example, community borders as of 1 January 2019 apply to all tests. In addition, positioning has been refined in that the first precise location during a test is used as the test location. If precise details are required, details of the REST interface have to be taken into account. The CVS/Excel interfaces provide a compact summary of the available information.
14 May 2019: New app/browser version with loop mode UUID
The loop mode is currently being updated in that repeated measurements have a common loop mode UUID, i.e. a common identification. In the future, users will be able to retrieve results of a specific loop mode test, which might be considered as a special sequel of repeated measurements.
5 April 2019: New functions of the Android app
As of version 3.5.4 of the Android app, apart from updating various software libraries, the expert mode has been extended. When activating the expert mode, the mobile radio bands, the channel number and the timing advance are displayed on the home screen. This function is available on all newer Android devices. On some dual SIM devices it is not available. Some of those dual SIM devices do not allow to recognise the active SIM card.
1 December 2018: New open data license
Since 1 December 2018, open data of RTR-NetTest are available under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. The new license replaces the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 AT license applied until 30 November 2018.
27 October 2018: Open data link in Android app
A small but useful improvement: So far, it was impossible to retrieve the open data entry of a measurement within the app. Now the open test UUID is provided as a link in the history details.