WiFi Explorer

WiFi Explorer for PC and Mac

Written by Adrian Granados


  • Category: Utilities
  • Release date: 2022-05-31
  • Licence: $19.99
  • Software version: 3.3.6
  • File size: 7.79 MB
  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista and Mac OS 10, 11 10.13
  • How it works | What is WiFi Explorer?


Whatʹs Great

1. Get an insight into the network details: name (SSID), MAC address (BSSID), device manufacturer, signal strength (RSSI), noise, channel, band, security configuration, supported data rates, 802.11 information elements (IE), and much more.

2. Quickly identify channel conflicts, signal overlapping or configuration problems that may be affecting the connectivity and performance of your home, office or enterprise wireless network.

3. Are you a wireless engineer or IT professional working in the design, validation, management or troubleshooting of enterprise wireless networks? Consider WiFi Explorer Pro.

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WiFi Explorer Features and Description


Key Features

Latest Version: 3.3.6

  • Licence: $19.99


  • What does WiFi Explorer do? Discover, monitor, and troubleshoot wireless networks with WiFi Explorer. Quickly identify channel conflicts, signal overlapping, or configuration problems that may be affecting the connectivity and performance of your home, office, or enterprise wireless network. Get an insight into the network details: name (SSID), Windows address (BSSID), device manufacturer, signal strength (RSSI), noise, channel, band, security configuration, supported data rates, 802.11 information elements (IE), and much more. • Suitable for home and small office networks • Easy-to-use, intuitive user interface • Graphical visualization of the Wi-Fi environment • Supports 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequency bands as well as 20, 40, 80, and 160 MHz channels • Works with 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax networks Also: • Signal quality ratings based on signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) • Accurate conversion from dBm to percentage (%) for more straightforward analysis and optimization • Detailed description of information elements (IE) advertised by the access point for advanced troubleshooting • Export metrics and network details to CSV file format • Save results for later review and analysis • Access point name discovery (if supported) • Editable column for labels or annotations • Selectable and sortable columns • Adjustable graph timescales • Quick filtering • Customizable colors for easily tracking particular networks • Full-screen mode and split view support • Comprehensive help Are you a wireless engineer or IT professional working in the design, validation, management, or troubleshooting of enterprise wireless networks? Consider WiFi Explorer Pro. To learn more, visit www.intuitibits.com. Requires a Windows with built-in Wi-Fi. External Wi-Fi adapters are not supported.

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    Software Installation Requirements


    PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

    Compactible OS list:
    1. Windows 11
    2. Windows 10
    3. Windows 8.1
    4. Windows 7
    5. Windows Vista

    Requirements for MacOS Installation

    Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

    Compactible OS list:
    1. OS X 10.10: Yosemite
    2. OS X 10.11: El Capitan
    3. macOS 10.12: Sierra
    4. macOS 10.13: High Sierra
    5. macOS 10.14: Mojave8
    6. macOS 10.15: Catalina
    7. macOS Big Sur (macOS 11)

    FAQs


    WiFi Explorer - Is it safe to download?

    Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

    Software Reviews and Critisims


    • By dig @localhost
      5

      Incredible

      I’ve been using this utility for years. Anyone who has been profesionally trained on wireless installations knows that it is a practiced science, not an excact science. What works for one enviornment may not work for another. What works at one location in a building may not work 50 feet away in the same building. I use this software as a systems administrator to diagnose wireless performance from my laptop as I walk around the floor in our offices. This utility makes it very quick and easy to identify performance, and see how performance fluctuates as I wander from here to there, identifying deadzones, or areas impacted by high EMI and low SNR. I’d recommend this utility. The author does a good job deploying consistent and regular bugfixes in addition to feature improvements — updating it year after year and keep this program running reliabily as Microsoft releases their OS X platform changes. This app is great. I’d absolutely recommend it.


    • By Brent Smithline
      5

      Great WiFI tool

      I am the “mother-in-law” in our home ( see definition below * ). I live with my son, daughter-in-law, and three grandson’s. Use to have just one wireless Orbi WiFI mesh network for both sections of the house. Daughter-in-law requested a Disney Circle solution so I moved the Orbi mess network to her side of the house on DMZ’d connection off from main router so they are on a separate subnet. On my subnet network off from main router I have my own WiFI access point for my “mother-in-law apartment” side of the house. Now using my background in networking I setup both wireless systems. I purchased “WiFi Explorer” for Windows so I could see how well I did. Well, I did a good job, however “WiFi Explorer” did a better job showing me the spectrum that was being used by our neighbors, and our house. Using this program I was able to fine tune our homes two wireless subnet’s WiFI systems so they now do a better job of not overlapping the channel’s signals from all WiFI sources. So “WiFi Explorer” was well worth the money. * A “mother-in-law apartment” is an accessory dwelling unit (ADU), a separate living space that is either attached to or located on the same grounds as a single-family home. ADUs are also referred to as mother-in-law suites or guesthouses.


    • By @HeyEddie
      5

      BEST WiFI Scanner? Yes! Worth twice the price?! Yes!!!

      I can't say enough good things about this app. NOTHING, and I mean NOTHING in this bracket does what WiFIExplorer (WE) does, or as well. I have been using WiFiExplorer for I think 4-5 years. Besides scanning networks, you can read the Ins (Information Elements) if the beacons under the “Advanced” tab, you can find hidden network. You can switch between Passive and Active scanning. The displays filters are great and super useful for finding things quickly. As a wireless professional, WiFiExplorer is one of my main GO TO tools. For quick analysis of the environment I pull out WE first on site. With the Pro version (which I use) you can even performe Spectrum Analysis using 3rd party hardware devices such as MetaGeek's WiSpy. This is truly a professional tool. Even the Standard version of WE is a fantastic tool. Lastly, the developer of this app is SUPER responsive - adding featuers and fixing (the few) bugs that inevitabley come up on a consistent basis. For quick, PROFESSIONAL analysis, cannot go wrong with this app.


    • By caburlingame
      5

      Beautiful, full of information, but there’s a problem

      Please label your left axes. Percent of what? This is a common problem in the sciences, too. /Always label your axes/. I can see where there is a problem, but if I showed it to someone else I imagine their reaction would be, “Pretty. You’re my favorite nerd, and I have no idea what this means.” However, it is great, so five stars. Feature suggestion: Interface with popular routers and use this information to automatically optimize. If the major companies won’t give you an API, offer suggestions for tuning.


    • By cafe-lizardo
      5

      Great tool for checking your WiFi at home

      I use the standard version of this tool at home and when traveling to see what WiFi access points are available. At work when I go to meetings in different rooms and buildings I can use the tool to see which AP is better in terms to signal strength and bandwidth. I also used the tool at home to see where I needed to improve the reception in different parts of the house and confirmed proper placement with I replaced my APs with Ubiquiti AP Lites. Great tool. I highly recommend it.


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