Wi-Spy DBx is a great tool for those looking to troubleshoot WLAN interference quickly, easily and inexpensively.

"It's a very cool and useful product that any network engineer must have."

Wi-Spy 2.4x is excellent value. Highly recommended.
Network World

Paid for half of itself in an hour.
Wi-Spy Customer

"Wi-Spy is probably the cheapest and easiest to use of all budget wireless analyzers out there."

Highly recommended! If you've got an enterprise installation of any size or you're in the business of planning, installing, managing, or troubleshooting WLAN systems, get one.
Network World

Wi-Spy DBx

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Wi-Spy DBx

When Wi-Spy 2.4x was released, users wasted no time in asking for a tool that would also allow them to visualize their 5 GHz landscape. Easy-to-use, professional-grade tools are hard to come by, so Wi-Spy DBx (dual band) is just what wireless networking professionals ordered!

DBx + Chanalyzer 5: $1049.00


DBx + Chan5 + Report: $1229.00


Wi-Spy DBx is designed for the enterprise environment where IT staff manages multiple 802.11a/b/g/n networks. Chanalyzer software presents the Wi-Spy data in several graphical formats for easy analysis and the user can move seamlessly between frequency ranges. Hardware control allows users to zoom in and see more detail. Now, with one great tool you’ll be able to install, analyze, troubleshoot, and optimize your 2.4 and 5 GHz networks the Metageek way — with ease.

Chanalyzer 4 with Wi-Spy DBx


View both 2.4GHz and 5GHz signals
Quickly identify interference
Find the quietest channel
Analyze the quality of your wireless signal
Resolve sporadic Wi-Fi issues
Monitor multiple Wi-Spys over TCP/IP network


Antenna: External, RP-SMA
Frequency Range: 2.400 to 2.495 GHz and 5.150 to 5.850 GHz
Frequency Resolution: 50 KHz to 3 MHz
Resolution Bandwidth: 53 KHz to 600 KHz
Amplitude Range: -110 dBm to -6.5 dBm
Amplitude Resolution: 0.5 dBm

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