RF & Wi-Fi Diagnostics & Troubleshooting
Nuts About Nets has been developing wireless diagnostic tools and software since 2006. Our focus is low-cost, easy-to-use tools that professionals and non-professionals alike can use to solve real-world problems related to RF interference, Wi-Fi congestion and intermodulation distortion.
Our track record speaks for itself — both in the width and breadth of new, innovative products we’ve developed. With patents for Wi-Fi channel optimization and intermodulation analysis, we’ve demonstrated an ability to approach old problems from new perspectives.
Whether your objective is to troubleshoot a problem with a Wi-Fi network, coordinate wireless transmitters and monitor frequencies for a live event, test your RC gear, detect sources of RF interference or rogue transmitters, or you simply require a general-purpose instrument to measure RF transmissions across a frequency spectrum, then check-out our products to see how they can help solve your wireless needs in today's increasingly crowded and unpredictable RF spectrum.
WifiMETRIX — Low-cost, Handheld, Dual-band, Wi-Fi Channel Analyzer
The Tool Of Choice For Troubleshooting Wi-Fi Networks And Selecting The Best Channel -- Only $295 USD
The AirHORN function is an RF signal / channel generator that transmits stable and accurate RF signals for each of the Wi-Fi channels, and aids in testing Wi-Fi antennas, RF shields and wireless networks.
The WifiPROBE function traverses each channel and measures the available transmit time. When the goal is to choose the best channel -- the one with the highest available throughput -- then WifiPROBE is the tool of choice.
WifiMETRIX operates in stand-alone mode and does not need to associate with an access point in order to perform its functions. It is a truly unique device that is tailored for troubleshooting Wi-Fi problems and computing the best channel.
The price of WifiMETRIX is only $295 USD.
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RF Explorer — Handheld/Portable RF Spectrum Analyzer
RF Explorer is the latest breakthrough device in low-cost, RF spectrum analysis
1.8 GHz RF Spectrum Analyzer For $79 USD
“Out-Of-This-World Features, At A Down-To-Earth Price…”
RF Viewer employs a DVB-T dongle based on the Realtek RTL2832U chipset that supports a USB 2.0 interface. It can be used as a Software Defined Radio (SDR). The folks at Osmocom developed software to interact with the chipset and called it RTL-SDR. Nuts About Nets supports RF Viewer by developing PC-based software to enhance the functionality of the device.