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Wireless News

Version 7.0 can share session-data with AirMagnet's Spectrum Analyzer to perform Layer 1 (RF) analysis, making it easier to pinpoint specific sources of non-802.11 interference. It also supports Intel’s PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Wireless Network Connector as well as other current WLAN adapters.

AirMagnet said that Laptop Analyzer 7.0 is also the first WLAN analyzer to support virtual access points (APs), or multiple BSSes per AP and the only analyzer to support the 4.9 GHz public safety band.

Other features include alarms to identify the presence of pre-802.11n devices, support for all 200 802.11a channels, 802.11d and 802.11h. The analyzer decodes 802.11d/h traffic and displays specific 802.11d/h information for every AP implementing the protocols.

Laptop Analyzer 7.0 PRO is available now priced at $3,995 (U.S.). A standard version of the product with a condensed feature set is also available for $3,495. Upgrades to 7.0 are available at no additional cost for customers with current support contracts.

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