It is the de-facto tool for network engineers in companies of all sizes. Interference is one of the primary contributors to degraded Wi-Fi performance and reliability, causing flaky connections, dropped VoIP calls, and grumpy users. And no pre-configuration needed. While performing a site survey, spectrum analysis is performed simultaneously with active and passive surveys. Ideal for wireless professionals designing and deploying large Wi-Fi networks and troubleshooting Wi-Fi issues. This will literally save me hundreds if not thousands of hours of drawing walls.
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Wi-Fi Spectrum Analyzer for Network Interference Issues – Ekahau
Ideal for existing Ekahau Site Survey wireless professionals looking to upgrade their Wi-Fi toolkit to survey faster and troubleshoot issues quicker. The software is designed to run on Windows and macOS devices. All APs and antennas in planner. For years, our field teams and our Partners have been using the Ekahau Site Survey tool for Wi-Fi planning and site surveys.
Wi-Fi Spectrum Analyzer with Ekhau Survey Integration Cordless phones, microwave ovens, wireless motion detectors and video cameras typically operate at the same frequency space as Wi-Fi devices.
Ekahau tools have become the backbone in the process to support our global onsite IT teams, as well as identify rogue devices, areas of high interference, channel overlap and coverage gaps.
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Eoahau phones, microwave ovens, wireless motion detectors and video cameras typically operate at the same frequency space as Wi-Fi devices. It combines both Wi-Fi and spectrum information into easy-to-read displays. Automatic Reporting Automatically create comprehensive reports fully customized to suit your needs. Aruba – HP optimization: This will literally save me hundreds if not thousands of hours of drawing walls.
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Ekahau Spectrum Analyzer™
Absolutely dvx best live surveying tool around. In addition to Ekahau Site Survey interoperability, the Spectrum Analyzer also comes with a stand-alone, on-the-spot troubleshooting application for in-depth spectrum analysis.
Ekahau Site Survey also includes powerful on-the-spot and post-survey analysis capabilities. If you haven’t tried it, give it a go.
Ideal for wireless professionals designing or deploying small to medium Wi-Fi networks. The end user interface is simple to use, it takes just minutes to generate a professional report validating our system design recommendations, and the support is excellent.
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