Designed for Mac, NetSpot allows you to scan your Wi-Fi network to check the quality of the connections available and gives you the list of the best and the worst connections available. The survey provides you with a lot of details about how your Wi-fi network is behaving, its signal strength, etc. If you are having a poor connection on your Mac, NetSpot gives you a brief guide on what might be causing issues with your network and suggests ways to tackle it. With NetSpot, you can be sure of getting data and statistics on how your Wi-Fi network connection works. Whether you are connected to your Wi-Fi at work or home, NetSpot gives you a rundown of how your network operates. NetSpot for Mac helps you to calculate the efficiency of your Wi-Fi in a given area by giving you the statistics that shows how good or bad your network is in the area being scanned. The program has an exciting heat –map readout that highlights places where your network connectivity is high or low.
NetSpot provides you with the most comprehensive tools to know what is working and what is not whenever you are configuring your network. It gives you the tips needed to solve the issues that are affecting your connectivity. NetSpot gives you access to collect Wi-Fi data around you. With the heat map feature, you can click on your location, and you will be giving a status report of your Wi-Fi data. With this data, you can place your access points correctly and can still use this data to view channel overlap which will help you to get the best out of your Wi-Fi network. NetSpot is the right tool that provides users with a comprehensive data about their Wi-Fi network.
Some of the best features that NetSpot brings to the table include signal-to-noise ratio, signal-to-interference ratio, heat map visualizations, unlimited survey projects, etc. It connects on 802.11a/b/g/n/ac WLAN, 2.4 and 5 GHz channel bands and has a feature that allows it to auto-detect AP locations. You can upgrade to the NetSpot PRO or Enterprise and get access to use NetSpot for other commercial purposes with an addition of more than ten heat map visualizations which includes frequency band coverage, PHY Mode coverage, the quantity of access points, download speed, upload speed and some others.