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Spectrum analyzers--what's in your wireless landscape?

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 hard to identify what may be wreaking havoc on your wireless network. A landscape of wireless game controllers, Bluetooth headsets, microwave ovens and other frequencies can interfere with a Wi-Fi connection. But a spectrum analyzer A hardware device or software used to examine the frequency and power components of a signal. It provides more information than an oscilloscope, because it can display the signals over a range of frequencies.  can detect frequencies from objects that might be affecting Wi-Fi. A sensitive wide band receiver, a spectrum analyzer converts higher frequencies to measurable quantities. It displays received signal strength against frequency so you can see what is getting in the way between you and the Internet Internet

Publicly accessible computer network connecting many smaller networks from around the world. It grew out of a U.S. Defense Department program called ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network), established in 1969 with connections between computers at the


Many spectrum analyzer products are out in the market. The compact Wi-Spy from Metageek is a 2.4 GHz spectrum analyzer that harnesses the processing power of the computer that it's connected to.

AirMagnet's spectrum analyzer identifies, classifies and finds sources of interferences that impact the performance of Wi-Fi networks See wireless Ethernet and 802.11. . With a user-friendly interface, the system automatically identifies the specific types of devices causing interference and tracks them to their physical location, enabling network managers to resolve issues quickly and easily. [,]
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Title Annotation:SHORTTakes
Author:Arellano, Jonah
Publication:Rural Telecommunications
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Nov 1, 2007
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