Transform a smartphone or tablet into a dual-band spectrum analyzer (2.4 & 5 GHz). This perfectly portable tool is the ideal solution for field techs and wireless professionals.
- 2.4 & 5 GHz Spectrum Analyzer
- Android, iOS, PC, MAC Supported
- Scan & Troubleshoot Wi-Fi
- SSID’s / RSSI
- 802.11 & ZigBee Channel Guides
- Data Sheet
Wi-Fi Spectrum Analyzer
Oscium’s WiPry 2500x visualizes all spectral activity on both 2.4 & 5 GHz. Now it’s possible to identify and avoid interference so wireless connectivity can be optimized. Just download WiPry from either the App Store or Google Play and get started today!
Universal Platform Support
Oscium’s WiPry 2500x is compatible with iOS, Android, PC, and Mac. This cross-platform solution is perfectly portable as are all Oscium’s tools. And now, it’s possible to use whichever host device you prefer. Oscium's software applications are all free. There's no licensing fee and there's no subscription so it's easy to use your WiPry 2500x.
Pry Into Wireless Environment
The 2.4 GHz band is a busy place today and soon 5 GHz will be congested as well. That's why WiPry 2500x supports both bands. Wireless internet operates in this range as does other electronic devices such as baby monitors, cordless phones, garage door openers, and microwave ovens. Since WiFi can extend the length of a football field on 2.4 GHz, devices in nearby buildings or residences can also cause interference. With WiPry 2500x, you can pinpoint the source of your noise and get the most out of your wireless internet regardless of the complexity of your environment.
Detect & Avoid Noisy Channels
WiPry 2500x visualizes all wireless activity on both 2.4 & 5 GHz. Measurement settings include 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n, 802.11ac and 802.15.4 (ZigBee). SSID-specific activity is also available. Oscium provides a professional Wi-Fi tool that is now available in the Apple App Store and Google Play. Visualize your network like never before: on your favorite smartphone or tablet!
Wi-Fi Standards / ZigBee Supported
The following Wi-Fi standards are supported: 802.11 b/g/n/ac/ax. The ZigBee protocol (802.11.15.4) is also possible to view through our built-in channel guide, making it the ideal tool to troubleshoot home security and home automation. WiPry 2500x also provides visibility on all wireless transmissions such as baby monitors, cordless phones, garage door openers, and microwave ovens. WiPry 2500x is perfectly portable and available on Android or iOS.
Oscium features include:
- grade channeling (using A through F, just like in school!)
- signal to noise ratio (perfect for knowing whether VoIP or video streaming is possible)
- play / record (helpful in capturing intermittent issues)
- birth certificates (tracks Wi-Fi health)
- view environment over time using waterfall mode
What’s Included In The Box?
- WiPry 2500x Spectrum Analyzer Hardware
- Dual Band Antenna (2.4 & 5 GHz)
- Mini-B to Lightning Connector Cable
- Mini-B to USB-C Cable
- Mini-B to Micro-B Cable
- Mini-B to USB A Cable
- Velcro (Hook & Loop)
- Ruggedized Carry Case
The User Manual is the perfect way to see how WiPry 2500x solves wireless speed issues.
And the Quickstart Guide will help you get started. For more information on how to get the most out of this tool, see it in action on Oscium's blog or visit the FAQ.
mphilip1 (verified owner) –
I have no idea why nobody has left a review.
I use this almost all the time on WiFi calls.
Its great at pinning down what's going on in 5ghz and 2ghz for me
I had the 2 ghz when that was all they had.
Even that was great.
I work for a grocery store chain and while those in the higher ranks get to use the finest equipment available, I pay out of pocket for all my tools.
As a result when it comes to communication, IE WiFi / VOIP / Analog / Switches / Fiber / I get all those calls as the company is too cheap to shell out $$$ for Techs tools. been in this industry from, Token Ring / COAX and Vampire taps.
If I can buy a tool that helps me see what's going on rather than play ping pong.
This has helped me greatly. Yes, I take care 135 Grocery stores in the Northeast and you can bet, Cisco Mariki is a pain in the butt. Iuse with an iPad, although have used it also on a Laptop. ipad is easier take a screen shot, send in my reports, and NOBODY argues with me.
I have also used the directional antenna to find those pesky add / coupon signs in the stores. I really like this device. I only wish they somehow put an on / off switch on it.
I charge back the stores for a four pack of batteries each time I use it. Other than that its a 5 in my book!!
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