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    InSSIDer for iPhone

    We have thought about developing a version of InSSIDer for the iPhone. Actually, we have already developed some working code for the iPhone that scans for networks. If we get more requests on this...
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    When I run dxdiag and save

    When I run dxdiag and save the output, I have a "Display Devices" section that describes my video drivers and hardware. Do you get any output for you displays?
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    Hello,* In your post, you

    Hello,*In your post, you mentioned that Chanalyzer Lite *is not displaying any 3D data. Can you see the 3D grid, or is the 3D view not showing up at all? Can you send a screen shot? We know that you...
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    That is correct. On Windows

    That is correct. On Windows XP, the actual RSSI value is reported. However, on Vista platforms, signal strength is reported in the range of 0 - 100, which is then converted to RSSI. The solution is...
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    Hi JL, The only way that we

    Hi JL,The only way that we have re-created this problem is when we had the wrong direct 3D version installed. It has to do with some earlier versions of 9.0c and the managed framework not supporting...
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    I'm not 100% clear on the

    I'm not 100% clear on the technical details, but the notches in the spectral signature are characteristic to 802.11b transmitters. It seems to be a pattern generated by the DSSS modulation scheme. I...
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    Yes, we're definitely

    Yes, we're definitely working on it. We know the March 2009 release of DirectX corrected some problems with 9.0c, so you may want to try it out. Here's the...
  8. Thread: inSSIDer 1.1

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    That's great. We're really

    That's great. We're really glad to hear from people like you. We would also really like to learn more about how you use inSSIDer, and what features you like best.
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    Hi Mathias, We're getting

    Hi Mathias,We're getting ready to release a new version of inSSIDer that should take care of this issue. If all goes well, we should have it released this week.-Steve*
  10. Hi Stu, Your Wi-Fi adapter

    Hi Stu,Your Wi-Fi adapter on your PC won't channel hop. The interference is being caused by another device that implements a channel hopping protocol, such as bluetooth or zigbee. You mentioned that...
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    This message occurs when

    This message occurs when Inssider queries the capabilities of the network driver to see if it is able to retrieve the SSID, channel, etc. from the network adapter. If your particular driver does not...
  12. Thanks for the input, Rich.

    Thanks for the input, Rich. We have made a few changes to the code that will hopefully correct this issue. You can get the latest version of Inssider (1.0.12) from the Downloads section.
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    We've created a new release

    We've created a new release (V1.0.10), which should give better privacy information.
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    It appears the NativeWifi

    It appears the NativeWifi API may return a list of Network interfaces that* includes NULL references. This issue will be resolved in the next release.
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    We'll be releasing a new

    We'll be releasing a new version in the next couple of days that will more gracefully handle these types of errors. In your particular case, it appears that* the NDIS driver is not returning the...
  16. Thread: RSSI level

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    We had some problems with

    We had some problems with the original RSSI values, so we now calculate the RSSI value based on signal strength, where 100% corresponds to -50dBm and 0% corresponds to -100dBm. We will continue to...
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