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    I don't think that's what this particular request...

    I don't think that's what this particular request is. It reads to me like it should be "No signal can be seen above -100dbm," but they missed the minus sign?

    almost_linear: has this been...
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    Yes it was. Our thinking was the sorting by...

    Yes it was. Our thinking was the sorting by strongest signal worked equally well for RSSI, as the value is constantly updating, so networks could potentially be popping in and out of the filtered...
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    Excellent suggestion...I've wanted to do this for...

    Excellent suggestion...I've wanted to do this for a while, but it never makes it to the top of my "20%" list. Feel free to code it up and submit a pull request, we will definitely push out an update...
  4. Excellent feedback

    Great feedback, please keep it coming. None of these issues were addressed in today's release (2.1.1.13), which was mostly about fixing bugs, but I'll get a list together for consideration for the...
  5. This issue should be corrected in the latest...

    This issue should be corrected in the latest version of InSSIDer 1.2.5.1221.
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    I've replicated this issue, it must have been...

    I've replicated this issue, it must have been introduced when modifying managedwifi.dll to run on 64-bit systems. We'll get it fixed in the next version, sorry about the inconvenience. XP systems...
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    Hi. What URL are you downloading from? I just...

    Hi. What URL are you downloading from? I just checked http://www.metageek.net/products/inssider/download and it is the latest (1.2.3.1014).
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    inSSIDer 1.2.3.1014 released 10/20

    Hi everyone. We posted a new release of inSSIDer today. There aren't really any new features, but it resolves all the bugs that we were aware of that caused the application to crash. GPS support...
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    They aren't. The Wi-Spy sweeps discrete...

    They aren't. The Wi-Spy sweeps discrete frequencies across the band, starting with the lowest frequency and stepping at the step frequency until it reaches the highest frequency. We don't measure...
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    We just ordered one of those to use for testing...

    We just ordered one of those to use for testing here, as well. Looks like a nice unit!
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    A cordless phone, and it is killing the network on CH 1

    I agree that it appears to be a cheap 2.4GHz cordless phone.* The reason that the network on CH1 "changed to a green line" is because the cordless phone interferes with it to the point that...
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    Interference from a frequency hopping device

    Hi Scott, thanks for choosing Wi-Spy!* To me, the interfernce that you're up against looks just like something we saw from our neighboring office.* In our case the culprit was wireless Plantronics...
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    802.11b side lobes

    Hi!* Thanks for choosing Wi-Spy.* What you are seeing are known as side lobes, and they are coming from your access point.* You can learn a little more about them from the Xirrus "Wifi...
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    Higher Resolution = See more details

    Hi Ernst-

    First of all, thanks for choosing Wi-Spy! We're always glad to hear from happy users.

    The big difference between the V1 and the 2.4i is the 2.4i's higher resolution. The 2.4i has a...
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    Chanalyzer Lite for Mac DOES support DBx

    DBx covers both the 2.4 and 5GHz bands and is supported on Mac via either our own Chanalyzer Lite software or Cookware's Eakiu.<edit> I see that the system requirements for Wi-Spy DBx do not...
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    Hi Guys-* I apologize to

    Hi Guys-* I apologize to those of you that are having problems with the 3D view.* We are working on a fix.* Both symptoms (3D view disabled, and 3D view tab open, but blank) are due to Chanalyzer...
  17. Thread: 802.11n support

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    I haven't found a

    I haven't found a well-documented way to get AP capability data that goes beyond 802.11a/b/g out of Windows (NDIS or NativeWLAN).* That means inSSIDer doesn't currently have any awareness of AP...
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    Yes, inSSIDer only displays

    Yes, inSSIDer only displays datarates up to 54Mbps.* We have experimented a bit with coaxing higher data rate information (and also information about channel bonding) out of Windows, but so far have...
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    Yes, that's exactly what the

    Yes, that's exactly what the problem is.* Version 1.0.3 should run on x64 systems without crashing.
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    I've run DBx down to 2300

    I've run DBx down to 2300 MHz, that's about as low as it can get.* Amplitude accuracy remains fairly consistent at the lower frequencies.
  21. The obvious difference is

    The obvious difference is that the 2.4x accepts an external antenna.* It also has better sensitivity (about -110 dBm vs. -100 for the 2.4i).* Finally, 2.4x works with Chanalyzer and Chanalyzer Lite,...
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    DirectX 9.0c is required for

    DirectX 9.0c is required for the 3D view.* You will need to install the DirectX runtime from...
  23. Thread: What is this?

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    That's a weak 802.11 network

    That's a weak 802.11 network signal on channel 1
  24. No problem, thank you for

    No problem, thank you for choosing Wi-Spy!
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    Interesting.* I couldn't

    Interesting.* I couldn't find too much information about the access point you are using.* I think it is a Soekris platform, and is pretty flexible as far as how it might be configured.* There was a...
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