Second-generation wireless network tester, in distribution

Second-generation wireless network tester, in distribution

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Distributor RS Components has the Netscout handheld AirCheck G2 wireless communications tester, designed to 
provide rugged portable testing for network issues
By Graham Prophet

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The tester provides fast, simple and accurate isolation and troubleshooting of wireless issues. Supporting a large variety of maintenance and troubleshooting issues such as interference problems or access-point access and configuration, the AirCheck G2 enables network system designers, technicians and maintenance engineers, as well as anyone working in an industrial or commercial building with a wireless network, to characterise the local wireless network environment.

 

The unit is a rugged handheld purpose-built wireless tester that supports the latest Wi-Fi technologies (802.11a/b/g/n/ac). The unit has a one-button AutoTest, which quickly provides a pass/fail indication of the wireless environment and identifies common problems. It also shows an instant view of test results including network availability, connectivity, utilisation, security settings, rogue hunting and interference detection. The tester also enables connectivity to a centralised test results management platform – Link-Live – which facilitates greater job visibility, project control and fleet management for larger distributed environments.

 

Based on the original AirCheck Wi-Fi tester, the G2 unit adds functionality such as 802.11ac 3-stream radio, a 5-inch touchscreen display, Ethernet tests for AP backhaul verification, automatic uploads of basic connectivity tests to the Link-Live cloud service, and adjacent channel interference testing in AutoTest.

 

RS Components; https://uk.rs-online.com/web/b/netscout/

 

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