Ekahau Site Survey
|Type||Wireless site survey|
Ekahau Site Survey is a tool for Wi-Fi network planning, site surveys, and administration. It runs on Microsoft Windows and supports 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac wireless networks. Ekahau Site Survey is developed by Ekahau, Inc., a US-based company founded in 2000. Ekahau, Inc. is a private, venture backed company based in the Northern Virginia Corridor, in Reston, Virginia. The company holds 10 patents for Real-Time Location Systems.
Ekahau Site Survey provides a ground-level view of WLAN coverage and performance based on the data collected during passive and active surveys. It is also capable of performing predictive surveys that facilitate WLAN planning at pre-deployment stage. Additionally, the application is capable of performing spectrum analysis, which requires a USB-based spectrum analyzer. Ekahau Site Survey is optimized for centrally managed 802.11n Wi-Fi networks. Ekahau also offers a basic, scaled-down site survey tool called HeatMapper and a basic WLAN assessment tool for Android-based smartphones and tablets called Ekahau Mobile Survey.
- 802.11n and 802.11ac support, as well as 802.11a/b/g
- 3D predictive network planning
- Hybrid Site Surveys: Simultaneous passive and active surveys
- GPS-assisted outdoor surveys
- Customizable report generation
- Integration with Ekahau Real-Time Location Tracking System
- Integration with Cisco WCS and Avaya WMS
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