Spectrum Analyzer

Minimize WiFi Interference

Easily Identify and Neutralize 802.11 Wi-Fi Interference Issues

Cordless phones, microwave ovens, wireless motion detectors and video cameras typically operate at the same frequency space as Wi-Fi devices. The interference from these devices impacts the Wi-Fi performance and reliability, causing dropped connections, lower performance, and dropped VoIP calls.

 

 

  • Analyze both 2.4 and 5GHz frequency bands
  • Analyze 802.11n networks, as well as 802.11a/b/g/ac
  • Discover and locate non-Wi-Fi interference sources
  • Save captured data for later analysis
  • Analyze interference and network utilization variation over time
  • Investigate the impact of interference

 

 

 

Highlights

  • Quality assurance for your WiFi network: Ekahau Spectrum Analyzer fully integrates with Ekahau Site Survey Pro to save time
  • While performing a site survey, spectrum analysis is performed simultaneously with active and passive surveys
  • No extra effort for gathering spectrum data
  • No pre-configuration needed
  • It’s ready to go
  • Detect interferers in the 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency ranges to ensure adequate performance of your WiFi network environment

Technical Details

General

Ekahau Site Survey Pro required to access site survey features and Real-Time Frequency Monitor

On-the-spot troubleshooting software provided with Spectrum Analyzer

Interface: USB

Antenna: External, RP-SMA

Amplitude Range: -100 dBm to -6.5 dBm

Amplitude Resolution: 0.5 dBm

System Requirements

Windows 8, 7, 10, Vista

USB 1.1 or 2.0

1024 x 768 Screen Resolution or Greater

2.4GHz Radio Specifications

Frequency Range: 2.400 to 2.495 GHz

Frequency Resolution: 26 KHz to 3 MHz

Resolution Bandwidth: 58.036 to 812.500 KHz

5GHz Radio Specifications

Frequency Range: 5.150 to 5.850 GHz

Frequency Resolution: 24 KHz to 3 MHz

Resolution Bandwidth: 53.571 to 750.00 KHz

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Features

  • Analyze both 2.4 and 5GHz frequency bands
  • Analyze 802.11n networks, as well as 802.11a/b/g/ac
  • Discover and locate non-Wi-Fi interference sources
  • Save captured data for later analysis
  • Analyze interference and network utilization variation over time
  • Investigate the impact of interference