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  1. Will Chanalyzer 4_4.2.2.27 Upgrade Change Wi-Spy 2.4x Firmware?

    Folks,

    I've been holding off installing the Chanalyzer 4_4.2.2.27 upgrade in case it updates my 2.4x's firmware and, as a result, prevents it from working with Chanalyzer 3.

    Can you please...
  2. Thread: WiFi Analysis

    by BrianR
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    Hi, Doyle. If you want a mickey mouse (but...

    Hi, Doyle.

    If you want a mickey mouse (but effective) solution, please let me know and I'll post the details. Only minimal Excel skills are required. A quick overview...

    1. Run a one-line batch...
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    Got it - eventually (Google is your friend). ...

    Got it - eventually (Google is your friend).

    Thanks Tyler and mayim.
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    Trent, Is it against the forum rules to post...

    Trent,

    Is it against the forum rules to post code? On a number of occasions you recommend that code be posted to GitHub - neither of my browsers speaks "git"!

    Regards,
    Brian.
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    Paul, Have you tried different channels for...

    Paul,

    Have you tried different channels for your routers? An interfering "usual suspect" (in my case, a video sender) can completely obliterate one or more channels.

    Regards,
    Brian.
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    I also have Chanalyzer 4.0.9.0208 with a WiSpy...

    I also have Chanalyzer 4.0.9.0208 with a WiSpy 2.4x an seeing exactly the same thing as galvarad.

    In addition, as can be see from galvarad's screenshot, nothing is being displayed above 2480MHz.
    ...
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    Thanks, mwalker. I'm naturally a sucker for...

    Thanks, mwalker. I'm naturally a sucker for theoretical optimums - unfortunately 802.11 has too many real-world variables!

    Regards,
    Brian.
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    mwalker, Is it true that with at least some...

    mwalker,

    Is it true that with at least some 802.11 protocols, two AP's using the same channel will try to equitably share the channel? Whereas, if they were on adjacent channels they'd simply see...
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