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 USB support for Garmin GPS
Added some extra error messages if WirelessMon cannot load a map image due to memory limitations
Added Import and export functions for MAC address when choosing access points to display on Map tab
Added right to left signal strength graph style on summary tab
Added "dropouts" count and column to summary view, tracks how often an access points is seen in one sample and lost in the next
Added KML (Google maps) log format options to access point and connected node logs
Added GPX format to connected node logs
Added "Export List" option to right click menu options on summary tab list, will open a dialog that allows the detected access points to be exported to CSV or Google Maps (KML) format
Added "Strongest RSSI, Latitude and Longitude" columns to summary view. Latitude and longitude are available when a GPS is configured and records the GPS position of the strongest RSSI value
Added an option to manually enter the GPS locations for two arbitrary points on the map during GPS calibration
Moved current GPS location to bottom status bar
Added auto save project file to log options
Added encryption types (WEP-40/WEP-104, TKIP, AES) where applicable for security column. In XP due to WirelessMon using passive scanning, this will only be available when the required information is captured by the network card. The longer WirelessMon is run in the same area the higher the chance of this information being displayed.
Added Maximum supported N speed to supported rates. As with the encryption types this information is not always captured by the network card but will be built up over time
Changed Channel use on summary tab from A to A/N, and B/G to B/G/N
Changed MAC address format to XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX
Changed format of supported rates in list
Column locations and current sort order now saved in the config file
Fixed a bug that could cause certain elements on the summary tab to overlap at some resolutions and DPI settings.
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4.0 build 1000
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