Wi-Fi is a complex technology, but testing it doesn't have to be. The AirCheck Wi-Fi Tester allows network professionals to quickly verify and troubleshoot 802.11 a/b/g/n networks.
Its intuitive design makes it simple for anyone to quickly master AirCheck. Instant power-up and streamlined tests give answers in seconds so you can close trouble tickets faster - making technicians and users alike more productive.
Powers up in less than three seconds and automatically starts discovering networks, access points (APs), and channel activity.
Get answers fast
Intuitive user interface quickly gives you the answers you need in one or two button presses and displays the information on a bright color display.
Pinpoints Wi-Fi traffic and interference
Shows how much of each channel's bandwidth is consumed by 802.11 traffic and interference, and the APs using each channel.
Finds rogue APs
Flags unauthorized APs. Helps you hunt them down with the locate function or find them even faster with the directional antenna.
Find security issues, rogue APs and coverage problems and view a list of all wireless networks heard by AirCheck.
List access points
AirCheck finds configuration and coverage problems as well as rogue APs.
Quickly determine if channels are overloaded due to Wi-Fi traffic (displayed in blue) or interference (displayed in gray). Verify channel-usage pattern or overlap and flag illegal use of channels. With AirCheck, you can also detect the presence of interference. Devices that can cause interference include microwave ovens, cordless phones and headsets, Bluetooth devices, and analog video cameras.
Locate access points
Quickly track down rogue (unauthorized) and other APs by graphing the signal strength over time, or by using an audible indication which can be muted.
Easily find misconfigured or failed client devices. Quickly drill into client details to see signal level, AP MAC and name, channel, SSID, type and determine the channels and frequencies on which the client is probing.
Track down misbehaving clients by graphing the signal strength over time, or by using an audible indication which can be muted.