View a detailed list of all the access points your network card detects, plus your connected network. See details such as Status, SSID, the principle channel the network is using, channel width, security settings, supported data rates, MAC addresses plus information such as the time period the access point was first seen and when it was last active.
Track the number of dropouts per access point, useful when checking long term stability.
WirelessMon can report a large variety of in-depth LAN information (when available) such as:
Statistics information: More than 30 parameters are reported.
Including a detailed breakdown of frames sent and received, error counts,
transmission retry counters and related low-level data.
TCP/IP information: includes adapter MAC address; Adapter device driver name; the IP Address; Subnet Mask; if DHCP is enabled; the Gateway Address and the DHCP server IP address.
IP counter information: Network throughput is monitored and displayed. Includes maximum bandwidth available, current send and receive data rates, plus error counters.
WirelessMon can also be reduced to a “Mini window” mode that appears as an overlay in the top right corner of your screen that provides on-going surveillance of your signal strength.
Create Signal Strength Maps (aka heatmaps) of your home, office or local neighbourhood. Determine areas of weak Wi-Fi signal that might require signal repeaters, or areas which are congested with other Wi-Fi networks.
WirelessMon supports GPS for logging and Mapping, though you can create maps without the use of a GPS device.
WirelessMon includes multiple features which highlight channel usage and congestion across the detected access points in your location. Our Spectrum Analyser visualises these networks across both their channel and signal strength in dBm – quickly allowing you to identify areas of congestion and effectively identify a channel what could be used as a new access point.
WirelessMon can identify and display channel width. This is visualised in the graph where an access point using 40Mhz channels is displayed as twice the width of an access point using 20Mhz channels.
WirelessMon has the ability to display intermittent and hidden access points - those with a MAC address, but not a SSID. The access point connection window allows you to connect to an Access point via a MAC address. This can be used when there are multiple Access Points with the same name.
Any wireless adapter that complies with the NDIS_802.11 (which is most of them) should be able to report information to WirelessMon. All the various IEEE 802.11 standards are supported, including 802.11a, 802.11b and 802.11g. 802.11N and 802.11AC.
From version 4 some Garmin USB GPS devices (developed using the standalone OEM USB units) are supported via USB connection.
Windows 7 & Windows 10 support this software.