Berkeley Varitronics Systems (BVS) has released BEETLE – B/A/N/G, a calibrated wireless test receiver system that verifies, sweeps, measures and optimizes 802.11 Wi-Fi network standards, including 802.11b/g (2.4GHz), 802.11a (5GHz) and 802.11n.
When equipped with a BVS DF (Direction Finding) antenna, BEETLE – B/A/N/G locates and pinpoints rogue MACs, APs, STAs and SSIDs. Packet analysis features such as delay spread, channel frequency response, multipath (Ec/Io), signal-to-noise ratio, SSID and received signal strength indicator give BEETLE – B/A/N/G the distinction of being the only true handheld Wi-Fi packet analysis and direction-finding tool accurate to within +1.0dB, the company said. BEETLE – B/A/N/G can wirelessly detect rogue APs, hackers or any nearby MAC and also can connect directly to network installations for precise antenna alignment and optimization.
Beetle-B/A/N/G includes both 2.4GHz and 5GHz omni-directional antennae, charger, software and hard carrying case and is available for $3,500.
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