Scan, View, & Compare

WiFi Scanner scans for surrounding networks and supplies vital WiFi information needed for troubleshooting purposes.

WiFi Scanner Screenshot on Mac
WiFi Scanner Results Area WiFi Scanner SSID Network Details WiFi Scanner Screenshot Channel Graphs, 2.4 GHz, and 5 GHz WiFi Scanner Signal Rank with dBm WiFi Scanner Export Results
WiFi Scanner Filter and Auto-Join

Filtering & Quick Join

Filtering options narrow the results in a high-occupancy area. Join the best network in the area (password not included).

Visualize Conflicts

2.4 GHz and 5 GHz channel graphs allow you to see overlapping and overbearing signal interferences, which affect network performance.

The Signal Rank graph shows how your network compares to others, as well as which Access Point on your network has the strongest signal.

WiFi Scanner Channel Graphs, 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz and Signal Rank
WiFi Scanner Reports and Exports HTML/CSV

Export Info & HTML files

Exporting the results into CSV files is easier than ever, with options to export specific or all scans. This makes data logging quick and simple.

HTML reports layout the selected information into an easy to read format for any browser. Reports have the option of coming with the troubleshooting graphs as well, giving a visual guide to the tabled information.


Example Single Scan Report

Example Connected SSID Report

Specifics

A 802.11 wireless scanner and connection manager for Mac OS X. WiFi Scanner will detect access points and clients in ad-hoc mode if the SSID is being broadcasted. It can be used for wireless site surveys, wireless discovery, and to connect to WiFi networks. The tool reports signal strength in dBm and shows access point BSSID/MAC addresses.

Scan Tab

  • Scans 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
  • Scans both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands
  • Displays channel number per device
  • Indicates if channel is in 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz channel band
  • Detects devices operating using 20 MHz, 40 MHz, and 80 MHz channel bandwidth
  • Correctly identifies if 40 MHz channel width is above (channel, +1) or below (channel, -1) primary channel
  • Correctly identifies 11ac 80 MHz bandwidth
  • Plot RSSI value for SSIDs for a single, multiple or all detected access points
  • Sort any column and remembers on next open
  • Join button per SSID that allows user to join WiFi network
  • Option to merge scan results from similar SSIDs into single strongest signal SSID
  • Reports signal strength in dBm

Scan Filters

  • Filter results by RSSI, SSID, BSSID, Channel, and Channel Band
  • Use AND/OR combinations to fine tune filtered results

Scan Name

  • Left column automatically logs each scan session when STOP/PLAY
  • Double click default scan name to edit and customize name (For example: Floor 1, Floor 2, etc.)
  • Review previous scans while app is open, great for comparing scans per floor/area

Monitor Window

  • Double click results row to view new window with values at specific time intervals
  • Audio beep in monitor window becomes faster as RSSI increases for access point being tracked (Very handy for rogue access point tracking)

Connected SSID Tab

  • Turn interface ON/OFF
  • Disconnect from access point but leave interface enabled
  • Detailed information about connected WiFi network
  • Signal and noise plot for connected WiFi network
  • Create Ad-hoc network / IBSS
  • Transmission rate for connected WiFi network
  • Displays supported channels for computer
  • Displays supported WiFi types for computer (802.11 a/b/g/n/ac)

Remote GPS Tab

  • UDP listener for use with Sensor Pro remote GPS iPhone app

Exports and Reports

  • Export table of results into CSV files for one or all tests conducted
  • Reports gather information and create HTML files, with or without graphs

Support

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