RESOURCES & DOCUMENTATION
'Report generation guide' (click here) and video example: https://youtu.be/_BHBZzCvw-o
You can try our QGIS plugin to 'replay' or analyze the downloaded azm files: 'Azenqos QGIS Log Replay Plugin Guide' (click here).
(Advanced) Try download some of your logs (.azm files) from server (or from phone > Internal storage > diag_logs folder for non-uploaded logs, uploaded logs would be in 'uploaded' folder. You can unzip the azm files with 7-zip then open the azqdata.db file in to sqlitebrowser to access the log's data - see tables 'signalling' and 'lte_cell_meas' for example. Full reference on database (click here) (Topics: "Mobile Log (.azm) SQLite3/Spatialite Database access and data reference" and "Parameter List and Sqlite Database structure").
(Advanced) You can directly 'drag' the azqdata.db file (extracted from the .azm file) into QGIS as per the topic "Using QGIS to plot parameters on a map or to export data (CSV, MIF, TAB, KML) from the azm file’s ‘azqdata.db’" (click here).
OPEN LOG DATA ACCESS GUIDES:
Mobile log: AZM file format and contents, especially sqlite3 db file
AZENQOS QGIS Plugin example usage and installation instructions
How to merge data from multi AZM files into a central PostgreSQL database - table structure, query examples and how to plot the merged data in QGIS.
How AZQ determines Voice Call State Events and Call End causes