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How To: Display recorded data on Google Earth

If you have ever recorded data, but wanted to display it on a more useful platform (something other than your phone), here is how you can do that:

  1. Save data as a KML file. After you finish recording your data, save it to a KML file by going to Menu > Database. Scroll down to the "RF data" group and select "Save RF RSSI data" or "Save WiFi data". 
  2. Select a file format type, and file name. In the file format option list that appears, select "KML". Edit the file name or keep the default. Click Ok.
  3. Share your data. After saving your data you'll be returned to the "Site and Cell Maintenance" screen. Scroll down to the "Miscellaneous actions" group and select "Share you data!" Select the application used to share the data (Dropbox, Google Drive, etc).
  4. Verify upload. Check that the file was actually uploaded.
  5. Download file to your computer. On your computer, go to the application you uploaded the data file to, and download it to a local directory.
  6. Import data to Google Earth. Open Google Earth on your computer. Go to File > Open > and select the KML file you just saved.
  7. If everything worked, you should see the Earth zooming into the recorded data points.
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