[v8.6.2] Ekahau Site Survey – Expert Wi-Fi networks design & analysis

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Wireless network is rapidly developing and popularizing, and for enterprises, it is becoming more and more important. But if ever you managed or arranged a large-scale wireless local area network (WLAN), you should know that it is such a complicated and knotty work. Usually, we need a lot of tools to help analyze and solve the key problems on Wi-Fi performance. And Ekahau Site Survey (ESS for short, AKA: Site Survey & Planner) is the best WiFi management solution among similar software.

Ekahau Site Survey is an enterprise-level Wi-Fi planning, site survey and WLAN troubleshooting solution developed by Ekahau. It can intuitively and visually collect, analyze and display all the key parameters related to a whole of WiFi coverage on both map and plan, including: RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indication), interference, SNR (Signal to Noise Ratio), access points with best strength, total number of access points, channel signals, data transfer rate, and so on. Its design intent is to integrate simple wireless network plan, accurate measurement information of site survey and straightforward & visualized data/reports in one place, thereby saving the time spent on various stages of wireless network planning & developing.

Carefully planning the Wi-Fi network and verifying the operating performance after it’s established is very important to ensure the Wi-Fi infrastructure has the highest performance. Before finally arranging the wireless network, Ekahau Site Survey’s Planner module can accurately forecast, simulate the Wi-Fi performance in a visual way on your computer screen, so as to well provide the desired network planning and performance for network planners and managers.

// Key Benefits //

  • Ultra-Fast 3D Wi-Fi Network Planning
  • Hybrid Site Surveys
  • Network Analysis, Optimization and Simulation
  • Troubleshooting
  • Automatic reporting
  • Capacity Planning and Analysis
  • 802.11ac Support
  • Spectrum Analysis

// Pro Features //

  • Site surveys (multi-floor)
  • Active & passive surveys simultaneously
  • Multi-adapter surveys
  • GPS site surveys
  • RTLS site surveys
  • Touch-screen optimized
  • Network planning (3D & 2D)
  • Automated AP placement & configuration
  • 500 antennas, 250 APs modeled in 3D
  • Coverage & capacity planning
  • Channel Planner
  • Signal Strength heatmap analysis
  • SNR, data rate, overlap, network health, …
  • Packet loss/delay, association/roaming
  • Basic interference analysis
  • Capacity Analysis
  • Heatmap image export
  • Automated Reporting
  • Template-based reporting
  • Integration with Cisco NCS Prime, Avaya NMS
  • 5-second troubleshooting of most common WLAN problems
  • On-the-spot troubleshooting
  • Real-Time Frequency Monitor

// Official Demo Video //

// Edition Statement //

AppNee provides the Ekahau Site Survey Professional Edition (with Planner) multilingual portable full registered versions for Windows 32-bit & 64-bit.

// Download URLs //

License Version Download Size
Professional Edition v8.6.2 181 MB


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