MetaGeek is demonstrating a pre-release version of its upcoming Wi-Spy 5x at Interop 2008 in Las Vegas.
Wi-Spy 5x is a USB-based spectrum analyzer covering 5.170 GHz to 5.815 GHz (compete coverage of 802.11a/n), with a resolution of 328 KHz. It can detect signals with amplitudes of -100 dBm to -15 dBm with a resolution of 0.5 dBm.
Pricing has not yet been set. The product is slated for release "in early summer".
MetaGeek today announced the next generation of its Wi-Spy 2.4GHz Wi-Fi spectrum analyzer.
Wi-Spy 2.4x has three times the frequency resolution, three times the amplitude resolution, and twice the amplitude range of the original Wi-Spy.
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