WiFi Heatmap - network analyzer&signal meter review
February 2, 2021
WiFi Heatmap - network analyzer&signal meter Review
WiFi Heatmap - network analyzer&signal meter is an app by Wi-Fi Solutions. WiFi Heatmap - network analyzer&signal meter was first published on February 2, 2021. It is currently available on Android, Other.
If you are a proud owner of the Android device, WiFi Heatmap - network analyzer&signal meter is compatible . The most current version is 4.1.3 Before downloading WiFi Heatmap - network analyzer&signal meter consider content rating:
WiFi Heatmap - network analyzer&signal meter requires 3.4M of empty space on your device.
Measure your actual Wi-Fi parameters and view them on a map.
You should have your floor-plan - image file accepted to work on it, take photo of a paper copy, or if you don`t - Built-in basic plan constructor included. Easily share your result by one click.
★ Signal coverage map. Poor signal means lower quality
★ Connection speed map. Indicates your wireless network throughput
★ Frequency channel map. If more than one AP is used, you can see to which you are connected to
★ Connection to best access point (AP) map. If network (AP) with better signal is available you will see it on map
★ Interfering networks map. Scans radio spectrum for third-party networks that may dramatically reduce your network quality
★ Network quality map. Real-time response from Wi-Fi router - gateway ping
Outdoor capturing mode
Auto-collect data using GPS. Export collected data to Google Earth *.kml or inline *.csv
Awesome real-time network quality monitor
Available on main-screen includes all listed in map-description and extra:
★ Real-time signal & speed graphs
★ Wi-Fi equipment vendor detection
★ Network quality: Local network & Internet separately, with real-time graphs
How to use:
1. Check if you are connected to Wi-Fi
2. Upload floor-plan
3. Set scale by moving markers and selecting distance between them
4. Put cursor to your location on map and press "Mark" button
5. Move to another location - at least for couple of steps and repeat previous step
6. Analyse your measuring