It is an ASCII file with .txt extension with a header and a line for each measurement to be imported.
The header is formed by a line with the following fields separated by semicolons (;):
•"x": Longitude, by default in geographic WGS84.
•"y": Latitude, by default in geographic WGS84.
•"system": Location coordinate system. This system must exist in the list of default coordinate systems of the user's preferences. It is an optional field.
•"epsg": Coordinate system identifier. It is an alternative for defining coordinates in other systems. For example, the code "epsg:4326" corresponds to the geographic coordinate system WGS84. It is an optional field. If neither this field nor the "system" exists, the coordinates are considered in geographic WGS84.
•"coveragename". Indicates the name of the transmitter associated with the signal level measured at each coordinate. It must match the name of the individual coverage associated with the multitransmitter coverage study.
•"measurementvalue". Signal value measured at each coordinate. The units must match the result units of the multitransmitter coverage. The graphical representation of the measurements will be performed based on the signal ranges defined in the multitransmitter coverage study.
Then we have a line for each measurement, respecting the previous order of columns and separating the fields with semicolons (;). The decimal separator is the period (.).