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- Mon Dec 08, 2008 12:04 am
- Forum: OmniPeek Support
- Topic: Physical meaning of signal(dBm)&noise(dBm) in OmniPeek
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Dear all, I am using OmniPeek to capture wireless traffic in 802.11 networks. I noticed signal(dBm) and noise(dBm) are given for each capturedpacket. My quesion is what are the physical meaning of these values or how OminiPeek measure them. For signal(dBm), is it the received RSSI or SNR or somethin...
Thank you very much. I installed Atheros 184.108.40.206 for NetGeat WAG511 v2 wireless card. However, it seems not work. The steps I conducted are: 1. install OEM driver for my wireless card; 2. install omniPek personal 4.0; 3. install the special driver Atheros 220.127.116.11 The test results are as follows: 1...