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In the future, Wikidata will be the best, but for now, the most pragmatic solution is to use DBpedia. Go to the Smartphone page of DBpedia Scroll to the is dbpprop:type of section On the right is a list of 300 smartphones Each of these pages has a lot of information like CPU speed, weight, battery, storage, etc This information is available as RDF/JSON/CSV. ...


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Try with d4d challenge from orange Senegal: http://www.d4d.orange.com/en/home "2.5B anonymized records of 5 million mobile phones"


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I would suggest looking into scraping/programmatically downloading this data from Wikipedia. The data can be found in the right infobox of device pages (such as http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPhone_3G). You can get a list of devices at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smartphone#Devices and also a comparison table which might have everything you want at http://en....


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The Flowminder.org project has made available anonymized West African CDRs related to the Ebola crisis. You can read more at the WorldPop page. Here we provide version 1 Flowminder (www.flowminder.org) human mobility models for West Africa, built on WorldPop population data, to support ongoing efforts to control the ebola outbreak. Before downloading any ...


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Here's a CDR sample: MSIDN:IMSI:IMEI:PLAN:CALL_TYPE:CORRESP_TYPE:CORRESP_ISDN:DURATION:TIME:DATE 068373748102;208100167682477;351905149071;PLAN1;MOC;CUST1;0612287077;247;12:07:12;01/01/2012 068373748102;208100167682477;351905149071;PLAN1;MTC;CUST2;0600000001;300;12:15:09;01/01/2012 068373748102;208100167682477;351905149071;PLAN1;SMS-MO;CUST1;0613637193;0;...


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I wrote one Java utility to generate the data. Utility to generate Telecom Call Detail/Data Records Generator


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This answer was posted by @peterm, and I think it could be useful for you project. Call Detail Record Generator Our call detail records (CDR) generator is developed with GEDIS Studio and is available on-line. To use it, you need to register for an account at http://www.data-generator.com and import into your private workspace the Telecom project ...


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Yes, there is ample data for you to play with. stuffin.space uses a ridiculous amount of data from : Satellite data - https://www.space-track.org/ Satellite.js - makes it easy to interpret velocity, and other SGP4/SDP4 calculations. (GITHUB - https://github.com/shashwatak/satellite-js) A real-time interactive WebGL visualisation of objects in Earth orbit @ ...


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While looking for Dataset for call data in the telecom domain, I bumped into the following STRUCTURED Data samples spanning call logs/comapliants related features - https://data.dublinked.ie/dataset/b40eabb2-52db-42b1-aafb-3cfa06bac5eb/resource/e83c8cfb-e73a-4e33-8c2e-3f95cc3bba46/download/dcccustomerservicerequests010111-170713.xls http://www.iainpardoe....


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TeleGeography's Submarine Cable Map offers the entire map in a repository on GitHub


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Have the same problem need: anon cdr cell/base stations locations and their lac/cid to project anon data on map. Telecom Italia provides aggregated dataset and there are not too much stuff to do with it. You can find related discussion here: Any CDR (call data record) dataset? and source site: http://dandelion.eu


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this stackexchange question has a lot of answers in regards to what you seek, but the most important one being the wurfl (wireless universal resource file) database: http://sourceforge.net/projects/wurfl/files/WURFL%20Database/ https://stackoverflow.com/questions/6812293/is-there-any-information-database-which-lists-all-of-the-mobile-devices-and-spec


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This is a list of mobile phone network and satellite phone network operators measured by number of subscribers which is free in wikipedia with link Furthermore, there are a few more paid services in any case: 1) researchandmarkets.com 2) deveo


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While I had completely missed the TelecomItalia 2014 big data challenge kindly mentioned by @philshem (many thanks again to bring this to my attention), I just spotted that the dataset created for the challenge has just now been classed as Open Data and made available to the general public. If you want to download the data, you need to get to: https://...


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There is no fully open telecom sample that I'm aware of, this kind of data has been opened in the past for research purposes or as part of data mining contests - such as this paper based on one from Orange and a more recent one by Telecom Italia.


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It's very unlikely that there's a comprehensive open collection with the information you're looking for. At the very least, logos or graphics are going to be tricky, as they're the copyright of the individual companies. I can't answer the rest of the question with a single source, as there are at least 6 registration entities in the U.S. alone. From the ...


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Some of the basic info is in Wikidata. Wikidata has an item called smartphone model. Using the request below you can get some information. Learn a bit of SPARQL and you will be able to easily get more: SELECT DISTINCT ?item ?itemLabel ?mass ?cpuLabel ?memoryLabel WHERE { ?item wdt:P31/wdt:P279* wd:Q19723451. OPTIONAL{?item wdt:P2067 ?mass.} OPTIONAL{?...


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To find all Samsung items please open this link http://www.samsung.com/ae/data-support/search/autocomplete?mType=json&q=samsung


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I was searching and no good options for this. so made a free restful api to get mobile device descriptions. 6700+ mobile device descriptions available now. you can use it in your applications. but with this you cannot download the list but you can get the specs of a mobile. or i can create another method to get all devices under brand like that ;) here is ...


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The list at mcclist.com says it was last updated in June 2016.


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FCC's OET Laboratory API has a getFCCIDList method call, all though I'm not sure how helpful that will be without a list of IDs. Seems like a bunch of busy work, exactly what you are trying to avoid by not scraping it. OET Laboratory Services API Documentation (PDF) getFCCIDList API Call Example for ID 'OPS' FCCID.io - Searchable FCC ID Database has a lot ...


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I went with this one. http://www.cablemap.info/ has current and future cables. Data can be downloaded as shp and kml.


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This kind of data is highly private, I think you can contact the telco company for this kind of data. Currently, there are about 2 datasets which are free, one is the KDD-CUP 2009 dataset from Orange Company and another one is the one from UCI.


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I am also looking for Calling Detail Record(CDR) dataset to my research of link prediction. Recently, I found a telecom dataset from the link:http://theodi.fbk.eu/openbigdata/. Maybe it will give you some help.


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The unique "primary key" of mobiles phones is the Type Allocation Code (TAC), which comes from the Groupe Speciale Mobile Association (GSMA): Type Allocation Codes (TAC) are used to create International Mobile Equipment Identity numbers (IMEIs) for wireless devices. The IMEI is a unique 15 digit number and plays an important role in ensuring proper device ...


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