Berkeley Varitronics Systems today announced its latest Yellowjacket B/A/N/G 802.11b/a/n/g Wi-Fi analyzer.
The B/A/N/G is a Yellowjacket 802.11 "BAG" Wi-Fi analyzer with upgrades for draft 802.11n and signal-to-noise ratio measurements. OlderYellowjacket models can be upgraded free of charge.
The Yellowjacket-B/A/N/G is available now. Pricing was not announced.
Berkeley Varitronics Systems yesterday announced a new Yellowjacket handheld Wi-Fi & spectrum analyzer.
The Yellowjacket B/A/G system demodulates, sweeps and analyzes all popular 802.11 Wi-Fi network packets including 802.11 a, b and g. The new handheld is also a spectrum analyzer that measures RF energy in the 2.4 and 5 GHz bands accurate to within +1 dB.
Analysis features include SNR (Signal-to-Noise), Multipath (Ec/Io), Delay Spread, Channel Frequency Response (CFR), SSID and RSSI measurements.
Yellowjacket B/A/G will be available next quarter. Pricing was not given.
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