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Does anyone have a link to clear docs on the meaning of all the fields for Wi-Fi networks when I Enable Wi-Fi verbose logging in the developer options?

I can guess a few and worst case I can read the source, but I was hoping for a clear and simple table.

Specific fields are:

  • rssi (this is about the only one I'm 100% clear on)
  • score
  • tx
  • rx

Also, the extra data after the mac address of each access point, e.g.

[(1){FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF*=2462,-49,4s};]
  • tx/rx is send/receive (Transmit/Receive). No idea what is scored there, though, or by what criteria. – Izzy Oct 6 '18 at 11:41
  • Yeah, I guessed tx/rx are related to send/receive, but I've no idea what the units are – Andrew Parker Oct 7 '18 at 1:38
  • Me neither, never enabled that. Maybe someone else can bring in the next piece … – Izzy Oct 7 '18 at 9:18
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The data after: the first number should be frequency (Mhz) and signal strength (dB) of the connection. Don't know about last one, but (n)s is standard notation for (n)seconds... Perhaps the log interval.

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