Tablet PC software

Wednesday, 29 April, 2009 | Supplied by: Pacific Satellite Pty Ltd

Berkeley Varitronics has released Swarm tablet PC software for indoor and outdoor Wi-Fi site surveys.

It combines the power of real-time Yellowjacket 802.11b/a/n/g Wi-Fi receiver measurements with GPS geo-coding accuracy and is composed of three applications that all run on the Yellowjacket-Tablet PC.

Create survey bitmaps with both linear and GPS projector software. Walk or drive to any spot with GPS reception while Swarm Collector scans all 802.11b/a/n/g channels and correlates them to an exact location automatically via GPS or manually by tapping on the touch screen.

GPS measurements provide both LAT and LON as well as time-stamping for a complete Wi-Fi survey path anywhere in the world.

Survey data such as RSSI, MAC and SSID may be exported into Swarm’s Analyzer for further mapping coverage studies in multiple graphical and tabular layouts. In areas with little or no GPS reception, AnalyZer only needs a few reference points to fill in the locations for the rest.

Surveys may be exported further into KML files for plotting in applications such as Google Earth.

Phone: 02 6025 1584
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