Wi-Fi Power Analyser
Berkeley’s Wi-Fi Power Analyser is a low-cost, hand-held sweeping receiver designed for 802.11(b,a,g) Wi-Fi frequency & power measurements. The receiver attaches directly to an Access Point, bridger or Network Interface Card via the included SMA antenna connection kit. The unit has a unique triggering capability to measure both 2.4 and 5 GHz frequency bands to verify & analyse output 802.11 packet power levels, report their channel and frequency and create an 802.11 power profile. Technicians can measure power from an array of standard 802.11 network gear as well as other wireless devices including Bluetooth, Zigbee™, cordless phones, VoIP, video transmitters, etc. Other features include a built-in backlit display, PC connection via USB (optional software available) and removable, rechargeable Ni-MH batteries for true portability.
- Measures 2.4 to 5 GHz frequency power
- Instantly measure and analyse power output for APs and NICs
- Create 802.11 power profiles from any Access Point
- User selectable frequency power level triggering
- Connects to any PC via its USB port for further analysis with optional PC software
- Connects to standard SMA external antenna (SMA connector kit included)
- Low-cost instrument that any field technician can afford
- Light-weight, portable and rugged design ideal for realtime network analysis
- Removable batter power (4 AA Ni-MH cells with 4 extra batteries & charger included)
- Built-in 128 x 64 Graphic backlit LCD with simple menu interface and navigation
- Designed and manufactured in the U.S.A.