[REQUEST] Capturing radio link control messages
The main function of any mobile phone is to enable radio link connectivity. Therefore it communicates with base stations using signaling messages. These messages contain detailed reports of the changing radio network environment from the phone to the base station and instructions how to respond (i.e. drop the call!) from the base station to the phone.
I would really like to know if it is possible to capture these messages and log them for further processing. I am a radio network engineer and know how to interpret the messages but Iím not a dev and donít know if it is possible to access the information on our phones.
There are engineering phones available which do the trick. I have them at the office but these are insufficient for daily use, so I would really like to see this on my Nexus One. It might also be helpful in community discussions on what problems are phone related and which are network related.