PassMark WirelessMon 3.1 build 1000

Posted on Wednesday, July 29 2009 @ 13:07 CEST by

WirelessMon is a software tool that allows users to monitor the status of wireless WiFi adapter(s) and gather information about nearby wireless access points and hot spots in real time. WirelessMon can log the information it collects into a file, while also providing comprehensive graphing of signal level and real time IP and 802.11 WiFi statistics.

  • Added support for MetagGeek Wi-Spy DBx, 2.4x and 2.4i devices. They can be used with the map tab in channel mode to get signal strengths for possible devices causing interference that don't show up as access points
  • Added channel mode to map tab, can display signal strengths based on channel rather than just access point
  • Added Wi-Spy mode to channel graph on summary tab showing the average and peak signals for the channels at that moment
  • Changed summary channel graph to use a drop down list for selecting different options
  • Added indication in summary list if access point is running in A, B, G or (Vista+ only) N mode
  • Improved speed of summary list updating
  • Removed most of the redraw flicker on summary tab after updating the list
  • Fixed a bug where some non-english versions of windows would report the "Could not find performance counters" error message
  • Fixed a bug in the interpolation function where it could sometimes use the wrong sample point (offset by 1) when calculating the average for interpolated values
  • Fixed a bug where WirelessMon could freeze during taking sample on the map tab
  • Fixed a crash that could occur on the graph tab when switching between access points and the current network card

Program Information

Internet and communication

3.1 build 1000
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Product page: here

Download: PassMark WirelessMon 3.1 build 1000

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