Tag: wireless

Choosing the best channel for your Wi-fi network

When it comes to wi-fi, particularly the 2.4Ghz band, you’re looking at one crowded bandwidth – wi-fi, bluetooth, Sonos, cordless phones and more. Here’s a short video, from our friends
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Wi-Spy Model Comparison

Choose your Wi-Spy model by which band you need to scan, and by which Chanalyzer version you wish to run. Wi-Spy 900x Wi-Spy 2.4x Wi-Spy DBx Frequency Range 862 to
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1.3Gbps Wireless arriving soon…

The newest kid on the wi-fi block is 802.11ac, a 1.3Gbps wireless technology that uses both the 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz spectrums, plus support for up to eight antennae! Yes, you
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AirPcap USB Wireless Packet Capture

The AirPcap Wireless Packet Capture device is the first open, affordable and easy-to-deploy packet capture solution for Windows. AirPcap captures full 802.11 data, management, and control frames that can be
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MetaGeek DeviceFinder

A lot of the time passively avoiding interference is all that is needed to make your WLAN run better. Just move to a channel that is less affected by RF
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How Wi-Spy Wireless Spectrum Analysis Works

Wi-Spy’s approach to spectrum analysis is a bit different than other spectrum analyzers. Regular spectrum analyzers like Agilent and Tektronix contain Super Heterodyne Receivers to measure an entire RF band
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Chanalyzer Pro

Wireless troubleshooting goes beyond packet capture. Traditionally, spectrum analysis was only available to those with really big pockets – then came Wi-Spy. MetaGeek opened the floodgates to enable anyone with
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WLAN White Papers

Courtesy of our friends at Metageek, here’s a tip for a great source of Wireless LAN information – the guys at WLAN Professionals. They have a wealth of useful information
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Wi-Spy Bundles

The fantastic Wi-Spy 2.4x and Wi-Spy DBx are now available as special bundles with Chanalyzer Pro – both can be ordered from our Online Store. Chanalyzer Pro requires a Wi-Spy
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