WiFi Explorer 2.0.2

From MacTake.com Skim, examine, and troubleshoot wireless networks with WiFi Explorer. Swiftly categorize conduct conflicts, signal overlapping or configuration problems that may be affecting the connectivity and engagement of your core, responsibility or firm wireless network. Get an perspicaciousness into the network details: name (SSID), MAC greet (BSSID), mark of cadency fabricator, signal force (RSSI), turmoil, conduct, troop, safeguarding configuration, supported facts rates, 802.11 message elements (IE), and much more. • Seemly for core, immature responsibility, or firm networks • Acquiescent-to-use, intuitive narcotic addict interface • Graphical visualization of the Wi-Fi locale • Supports 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequency bands as well as 20, 40, 80 and 160 MHz channels • Works with 802.11a/b/g/n/ac networks Also: • Full app's help • Signal grandeur ratings based on signal-to-turmoil correlation (SNR) • On Target conversion from dBm to part (%) for easier inquiry and optimization • Exact About this flow: of message elements (IE) advertised by the access intent for advanced troubleshooting • Export metrics and network details to CSV folder form • Scrape results for later assessment and inquiry • Access intent name detection (if supported) • Editable column for labels or annotations • Selectable and sortable columns • Adjustable graph timescales • Lively filtering • Customizable colors for question tracking particular networks • Utmost cover sop Requires a Mac with built-in Wi-Fi. Outside Wi-Fi adapters are not supported. WHAT'S NEW • Set for El Capitan. Also: • Fixes filtering so that «,» corresponds to «OR» and «&» to «AND» when filtering networks using multiple fields. • Fixes filtering so that RSSI levels in dBm can be entered as a valid percolate privilege (e.g. «>= — 82», «> — 70»). • Fixes consequence of annotations when using lowercase BSSIDs. • Adds filtering by signal force using the keyboard, for example, force «9» to put networks with signal force >= 90% (or — 90 dBm if using dBm as module for signal force), «8»: >= 80% (or — 80 dBm), «7»: >= 70% (or — 70 dBm) and so on. Force «0» to discernibly percolate and put all networks. Keys below numbers («Q», «W», «E», etc.) gives you middle values, for example, force «T» to put networks with signal force >= 55% (or — 55 dBm if using dBm as module for signal force). • Adds privilege to automatically secrete 2.4 or 5 GHz part of conduct graph if no networks are displayed in these frequency bands. • Integrates annotations with WiFi Signal 3.4. • Other two-bit bug fixes and UI improvements
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