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    Hi,

    Iím running insider 2.0.7.0.126 on my notebook (Dell Inspiron 9400) to watch the performance of our WLAN (WRT54GL).

    I see lots of RSSI bursts from distant neighboring networks to RSSI = 0 dBm every few minutes. What does this mean? I cannot believe that this are really bursts of signal intensity. Rather I would assume that the signal intensity was lost at all or fell beneath some threshold. But whatís the difference than to signals that simply fade away?

    Regards,

    Erich

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    Hi Erich,

    RSSI jumps to 0 dbm because that's how it's being reported to inSSIDer by the wireless adapter. There has been a suggestion to improve how inSSIDer handles this that may be included in future releases. Please see this thread: http://www.metageek.net/forums/showt...highlight=rssi
    Last edited by bret; 05-23-2011 at 11:01 AM. Reason: typo

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    Thank you Bred for the reference...

    Erich

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