WiFi Explorer 2.3.2 – Scan, find, and troubleshoot wireless networks.
Size: 9.21 MB
WiFi Explorer will scan, find, and troubleshoot wireless networks.
Quickly identify channel conflicts, signal overlapping, or configuration problems that may be affecting the connectivity and performance of your home or office wireless network.
Get an insight into the network details: name (SSID), MAC address (BSSID), device manufacturer, signal strength (RSSI), noise, channel, band, security configuration, supported data rates, and much more.
Suitable for home, small office, or enterprise networks
Easy-to-use, intuitive user interface
Graphical visualization of the Wi-Fi environment
Supports 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequency bands as well as 20, 40, 80 and 160 MHz channels
Works with IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac networks
Comprehensive app’s help
Signal quality ratings based on signal-to-noise ratio (SNR)
Accurate conversion from dBm to percentage (%) for easier analysis and optimization
Detailed description of information elements (IE) advertised by the access point for advanced troubleshooting
Export metrics and network details to CSV file format
Save results for later review and analysis
Access point name discovery (if supported)
Editable column for labels or annotations
Selectable and sortable columns
Adjustable graph timescales
Customizable colors for easily tracking particular networks
Full screen mode
Fixed an issue where mode was being incorrectly set to 802.11ac for 2.4 GHz networks using 256 QAM
Fixed filtering by security mode (802.1X)
Fixed decoding of the Country Information IE under certain circumstances
Renamed “Service Set” and “Radio” categories to “Network Name” and “Access Point”, respectively
Improved display of SSIDs containing emoji
Improved resizing of table columns
Improved copy option for network entries and information elements
Improved vendor name lookup and identification heuristics for Ubiquiti and Apple access points
Improved parsing of Mesh and WPS information elements
Updated the app’s Help book
OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor