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WiFi Explorer Pro 3

The leading Wi-Fi scanner for WLAN professionals.

WiFi Explorer Pro 3 is a Wi-Fi scanner and analyzer for Mac built to assist WLAN and IT professionals in the design, validation and troubleshooting of wireless networks.

Requires macOS 10.13 or later.

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Expert Features

Get an expert overview of the Wi-Fi landscape to quickly assess and find common problems that might affect your Wi-Fi network’s performance or connectivity.

Built For All Environments

Filter and organize scan results by name, physical access point, or vendor to better visualize and troubleshoot networks in any environment.

Additional Integrations

Visualize information from other wireless and non-802.11 energy sources using available integrations to understand better the effects of interference and channel utilization on your wireless network.

Designed for Wi-Fi professionals and enthusiasts

Traditional Wi-Fi scanners give you just the necessary information about nearby Wi-Fi networks. WiFi Explorer Pro 3 goes beyond to provide you with a set of expert features to help you analyze and assess home, small office, and enterprise Wi-Fi networks.

Industry Leading Features

Expert Information At Your Fingertips

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Scan Modes Active Active, Passive & Directed
Filtering Standard Advanced
Saving of Scan Results
Detailed Network Capabilities
Annotations
Custom Column Profiles and Column Pinning
Organization of Networks by Name, Access Point, or Vendor
SSID Overhead Estimation
Detection of Associated Clients
Spectrum Analysis, BLE & Zigbee Integration
Capture File Import Support
Remote Capture & Sensor Support

Polished in every detail

We have developed WiFi Explorer Pro 3 to be fast and clean. With WiFi Explorer Pro 3, you can focus on important information as you navigate the scan results. You can also customize graphs to adjust to different screen sizes and hide or show network information depending on your needs, including labels, device names, or annotations.

Better than a Wi‑Fi scanner

The spectrum analysis integration in WiFi Explorer Pro 3 lets you visualize RF information and correlate it with Wi-Fi data to identify non-802.11 energy sources and better understand the effects of interference and channel utilization on your wireless network.

Compatible spectrum analyzers:

Flexible and powerful

WiFi Explorer Pro 3 offers different ways to find and monitor Wi-Fi networks. Whether you’re using your Mac’s built-in Wi-Fi adapter, a supported remote sensor or access point, or an external adapter, WiFi Explorer Pro 3 will show you the information of all the networks it can find in the same, useful manner. You can also import scan results from a capture file and external programs, such as AirPort Utility, Aruba Utilities, Analiti.

Multiple Scan Modes

Find Wi-Fi networks using active, passive, or directed scan modes.

Custom Column Profiles

Create column profiles and add columns from more than 550 available fields.

Organization of Scan Results

Organize networks by SSID, physical access point, or vendor.

Associated Clients

Identify and show the information of associated clients for nearby access points.

Custom Filters

Create custom filters for specific troubleshooting tasks.

Remote Scan Support

Scan for Wi-Fi networks remotely by using a supported remote sensor or AP.

Spectrum Analysis Integration

Identify non-802.11 interference by using a supported spectrum analyzer.

Proximity Beacon Integration

Identify nearby proximity beacons using your Mac’s built-in BLE radio.

Zigbee Integration

Identify Zigbee networks by using a supported Zigbee adapter.

SSID Overhead Estimation

Estimate SSID overhead to help assess channel utilization.

Capture File Support

Import captures files to visualize the networks found on them.

External Adapter Support

Scan for Wi-Fi networks by using external adapters via EASE.

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Requires macOS 10.13 or later.

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Capturing Wi-Fi packets on your Mac using external adapters

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If you don't have a remote sensor, you can still do packet captures on one or more channels using external USB Wi-Fi adapters. However, because we can't use external adapters natively as we do with the Mac's built-in Wi-Fi adapter, we need EASE (External Adapter Support Environment). 

Using a Raspberry Pi 4 as a remote sensor for WiFi Explorer Pro and Airtool

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What’s going on, Apple? – Part 2

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For years, packet capturing in the Mac using the built-in Wi-Fi adapter has always worked reliably out of the box, and it is one of the main reasons many Wi-Fi professionals love their Macs to do their jobs. Unfortunately, packet capturing is now broken in the new M1 Mac. 

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