Homedale – Visual and intuitive Wi-Fi / WLAN monitor

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Homedale is a tiny and free wireless network signal detection software. It can be used to detect, view and monitor the signal strength, encryption type (WEP/WPA/WPA2), speed and channel of all available Wi-Fi / WLAN network access points.

When you use a laptop/desktop computer with wireless adapter to detect multiple Wi-Fi signals, and don’t know which one is the best, you can try to use Homedale to check that out in an visual way first. Through quick and intuitive comparison, you can single out the Wi-Fi signal with best quality with ease.

In addition, Homedale’s an interesting feature: we can use its built-in Google Geolocation and Mozilla Location Service ports along with detected access points to locate ourselves, very fast and accurately.

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