[Nottingham] OK, where has 9/10 of my network gone?
martin at ml1.co.uk
Mon Mar 21 10:47:13 UTC 2016
For Android, yep, I make good use of an old version of WiFi Analyzer.
There must be similar utilities directly for Linux...? ;-)
For some background on the confusion of channel allocations for 2.4GHz
For my locality, there's at least 6 neighbouring WiFi SSIDs and we are
all nicely cooperating on using only channels 1, 6, and 11. Until that
is some occasional ninny switches on and splatters us all with noise
from channel 10...
WiFi is low power radio and other electronic equipment can wipe you out
with noise for a 1 metre exclusion zone...
See what you can see...
On 21/03/16 08:26, Aaron Jackson wrote:
> There is as another nice all called WiFi Analyzer which helps visualise
> your signal quality next to everyone else around you. Worth a try!
> Jason Irwin writes:
>> On 19 March 2016 at 21:39, Aaron Jackson <aaron at aaronsplace.co.uk> wrote:
>>> Just to check it wasn't the terrible Broadcom chip in my laptop,
>>> I also tried it from my phone to desktop and got the same speed.
>> Have just run the test from my aging phone, and it got a suck ~35Mbps.
>> Consistent at least.
>> In other news, "iperf" is an app available via Google Play. Neat.
>> I'm wondering if I need to beg/borrow/steal and EMF analyser......
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