rgolodner at infratection.com
Fri Dec 29 19:01:47 CST 2017
Sorry for the top post, but I too end up going back to Wi Fi analyzer on
my Android. I have found it covers all the basics which i need and am
able to locate any difficulty I may be having. It works and you can
carry it in your pocket instead of dragging a laptop around.
On 12/29/2017 09:17 AM, Bryan Holloway wrote:
> Curious if the community has any recommendations and/or positive
> experiences to share for a handheld Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n/ac) analyzer.
> Software/laptop-based solutions can be unwieldy in certain
> environments. However, given rave reviews, I'm open to the idea as
> long as it's Mac-compatible.
> Should be able to show detailed spectra, help locate sources of
> interference, have mapping capabilities, etc.
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