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MetaGeek's Wi-Spy 2.4 GHz spectrum analyzer spies interference

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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 2.4 GHz spectrum analyzer for scoping out WiFi networks and related interference and viewing it all in a graphical interface. That way you can know which channel is optimum as opposed to just guessing a number from 1 to 11. Created by MetaGeek, they claim it's the cheapest device under $2500 with it's capabilities, and at a mere $99 for the USB dongle we think they might just be on to something.

[Thanks, Neil]

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