Last week we sent a Wi-Spy 2.4x unit to George Ou at ZDNet for review. George is still working on a formal review, but he’s already written a blog post…

Tim Higgins at SmallNetBuilder just finished running the Wi-Spy 2.4x through its paces and has published his review. The review compares the Wi-Spy 2.4x against the original Wi-Spy and against…

Processor recently featured an editorial on Wireless Analysis Devices. The comprehensive growth expected in the wireless device market means that the tools needed to install, monitor, analyze, and troubleshoot wireless…

Wi-Spy packs a lot of features. A spectrogram lets you view a time-based history ranging from two minutes to 24 hours. Save your data, print graphs and play back recorded…

You just can’t beat being able to see the spectrum you are using. Not having to take out a personal loan to buy the equipment is another plus. The software…

If you ever wanted to learn more about your Wi-Fi net and interference sources, especially in a small office or hotspot environment, Wi-Spy offers inexpensive insight. (JiWire.com)

Wi-Spy is cheap, small, and easy enough to use that it can be a major step towards compensating or eliminating interference with your WLAN. (Wi-FiPlanet.com)

“If you’re tired of getting your WiFi connection messed up every time someone microwaves a burrito or takes a call on the cordless, you might be interested in Wi-Spy, a…