Fluke Networks launched AirMagnet Spectrum XT

Fluke Networks has launched the new version
of AirMagnet Spectrum XT that provides interference identification and
classification capabilities.

 

The new version is expected to simplify wireless LAN
(WLAN) engineers’ efforts to track down devices that are blocking enterprise
WLANs from operating properly.

 

“In a recent customer survey, 82 percent tell us
they’re encountering WLAN performance problems caused by non-WLAN sources of
interference – and 63 percent are not able to identify the source,”
said Chia-Chee Kuan, vice president of the Fluke Networks WLAN business
unit.

 

Spectrum XT analyzer’s ability to automatically detect
unknown RF interference patterns and give engineers the tools to create
customized signatures for future alerts is directly targeted at resolving this
issue and saves IT staff time and money.

 

The new Auto Pattern Detection feature automatically
highlights unclassified repeating spectrum patterns from non-WLAN Radio
Frequency interference sources. Engineers can easily create custom
signatures for future alerts to identify those sources of interference.

 

With Wi-Fi use growing 35 percent each year in the U.S.
alone, and with the incredible increase in the number of devices that can cause
WLAN interference, we couldn’t be more excited about bringing the next
generation of Spectrum XT to market for our customers. Whether our IT
management customers are racing to identify unknown devices, identifying known
devices and addressing them, or reporting out overall issues with an easy,
integrated reporting function, these upgrades are part of our ongoing
commitment to ensure we’re helping them meet the latest challenges head-on,”
Kuan added.

 

Earlier this year, Fluke Networks introduced
the OptiView XG, the first tablet for network analysis that provides the fastest
solutions for network and application problems for both wireless and wired
access anywhere in the network.

 

By Telecomlead.com Team
[email protected]

 

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