Condition - Phone Signal Strength

The condition Phone Signal Strength checks whether the signal strength of the mobile network is above or below a certain level.
Warning: Some devices don't send the current signal strength to applications when the screen is turned off. You can use the options to periodically turn the screen on or wake the device.

 

Examples:
  • Beep every five minutes when the network strength is very weak
Settings
SIM
The SIM card.
Signal Strength Condition
Defines the condition that must be met to execute the flow:

lower than
true when the reported signal strength by the system is below the defined level

higher than
true when the reported signal strength by the system is above the defined level

exactly
true when the reported signal strength by the system is exactly on the defined level
Signal Strength
Defines the signal strength to use.
A variable is a container for a value that can be used in many actions and conditions to dynamically define a part of a text.
See action Script for a description.

Supplied Variables
is_gsm
true when GSM
signal_strength_level
the signal strength in a value from 0 to 4 like the bars on a standard Android device
signal_strength_asu
the signal strength in ASU (0-31)
gsm_signal_strength
the GSM signal strength (0-31, 99 for unknown, -1 for unavailable)
gsm_bit_error_rate
the GSM bit error rate (0-7, 99 for unknown, -1 for unavailable)
cdma_dbm
the CDMA RSSI value in dBm (-1 for unavailable)
cdma_ecio
the CDMA Ec/Io value in dB*10 (-1 for unavailable)
evdo_dbm
the EVDO RSSI value in dBm (-1 for unavailable)
evdo_ecio
the EVDO Ec/Io value in dB*10 (-1 for unavailable)
evdo_snr
the EVDO signal to noise ratio (0-8, -1 for unavailable)
lte_dbm
the LTE RSRP value in dBm (-1 for unavailable)