MCS MyVoIP very accurately measures the quality and performance of Internet connections for Voice over IP (VoIP) usage by simulating UDP voice data traffic between a server and browser clients. Connections are tested for jitter and packet loss and rated for the supported level of sound quality. The VoIP test can be set to various codecs or customized by packet size, packet rate, and test length. The test can further be combined with a bandwidth speed test or network route diagnostics for more in-depth connection analysis.
The Mobile Device Information project is a Java Swing application that provides desktop interface access to the WURFL (Wireless Universal Resource FiLe). The WURFL contains information about the capabilities of a huge number of wireless devices. The Mobile Device Information project allows users to search for individual devices, or devices that meet certain criteria, e.g. "Which Nokia phones are MIDP-2.0 enabled and support at least 65536 colours?"
pyWebSMS is a program which lets you send SMS through the Internet without opening a Web browser. You can send multiple SMS, save your contacts, view the history, and much more. It's completely modular, so you can add or remove providers for sending SMS. You can make your own module for your provider if one doesn't exists yet by programming it in Python.
Rateless-coded Transport is a set of applications that use ground-breaking error correcting codes technology. They support fast reliable transmission over UDP, live content streaming and Internet multicast trees, duplex firewall transparency, ultra-fast reliable transport for WANs (up to 40-times faster than TCP), and optimal peer-to-peer multi-source download protocols.
Wammu is a mobile phone manager that uses Gammu as its backend. It works with any phone that Gammu supports, including many models from Nokia, Siemens, and Alcatel. It has complete support (read, edit, delete, copy) for contacts, todo, and calendar. It can read, save, and send SMS. It includes an SMS composer for multi-part SMS messages, and it can display SMS messages that include pictures. Currently, only text and predefined bitmaps or sounds can be edited in the SMS composer. It can export messages to an IMAP4 server (or other email storage).
ObexTool is a graphical frontend for ObexFTP, which is able to communicate with mobiles and other devices using the Obex Protocol. The Siemens S45, S45i, S25, S35, SL45i, SL45, M50, C55, S55, C65, C65V, Ericsson R320, T68i, Sony/Ericsson T300, Ki700, and Nokia 6230 and 6670 have been reported to work with obexftp, though it should also work with other phones.
Dial! offers an easy way to communicate with your GSM mobile phone over the IR-port. It features fast access to numbers stored in the internal addressBook database, the ability to dial numbers quickly over the IR port, to write SMS messages up to 160 characters on your Palm and send them over your mobile, Flash SMS (SMS appears directly on the display of the receiving mobile), SMS report, store SMS in the outbox of your mobile, save SMS in the Palm Memopad after sending, and an optional provider database.
The Nokia Logo Converter for Linux is a program that is capable of converting most Nokia Logo Files (*.nlm, *.nol) into Bitmap and vice-versa, allowing you this way to use any Bitmap (other graphic formats also supported) you drew or copied from somewhere as a logo for your Nokia Mobile Phone or to browse your collection of Nokia Logo files. It handles both formats of Logos (Operator and Picture SMS) and has an integrated file browser showing you every Logo or Bitmap in a directory while you scroll in the file box. It features a batch convert mode, so you can convert several files at once. It also offers standard file managing functions so you can manage your logos on your hard disk.