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July 31, 2020 | ChannelPro

NetAlly Announces Cost-Effective Hardware-Based Wi-Fi Surveying Solution, with Major Enhancements and Interoperability Across Product Ecosystem

NetAlly’s AirMapper Site Survey app is now available on the AirCheck G2, and compatible with AirMagnet SurveyPRO version 10 for in-depth analysis and reporting

Today at the Mobility Field Day 5 virtual event (#MFD5), NetAlly announced an extensive set of enhancements across product lines, bringing its AirMapper Site Survey capability to the AirCheck G2 Wi-Fi tester, and compatibility with AirMagnet® SurveyPRO.

AirMapper Site Survey, announced in April for the EtherScope nXG network analyzer, now runs on the AirCheck G2 tester with numerous Wi-Fi heatmap visualizations in Link-Live, the company’s management, reporting and collaboration cloud service.

“This is a game-changer for Wi-Fi surveying,” says Dan Klimke, Director of Product Marketing. “Now with AirCheck G2 version 5 and Link-Live, our customers have a handheld, hardware-based survey data collector – which includes critical noise and interference measurements – and heatmapping, all for under $3,000 (USD).”

Survey data is automatically uploaded from the handheld tools to Link-Live for heatmap visualizations, making it easy for centralized experts to gather Wi-Fi data from across their sites and collaborate with their distributed network support teams.

“I’m really excited about what the engineers at NetAlly are doing,” exclaims Dan Jones, mobility consultant and industry influencer (@UKDanJones). “This new functionality for AirCheck G2 takes an already great product to the next level, particularly when combined with the Link-Live online platform which provides great flexibility for data sharing both internally and with clients. By extending its use from an on-site troubleshooting tool to something that gives all the data your senior engineers need to assess and remediate remotely is especially valuable in today’s work environment.”

Additionally, NetAlly announced version 10 of the AirMagnet SurveyPRO software, enabling Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) planning, and the ability to import AirMapper data – whether collected via AirCheck G2 or EtherScope nXG and exported from Link-Live – for in-depth Wi-Fi heatmap analysis with the automated AirWISE Wi-Fi engine.

Julio Petrovitch, Product Manager for NetAlly wireless products says, “AirMapper heatmaps in Link-Live provide a fast and easy way for anyone to generate quality reports and validate installations and changes, but many of our customers appreciate the additional depth of analysis and reporting available in AirMagnet SurveyPRO.”

Current AirCheck G2 and AirMagnet SurveyPRO owners with AllyCare support can upgrade to these latest versions free of charge. Other owners can simply purchase support (without needing to pay ‘back charges’) to obtain the upgrade.

About NetAlly
The NetAlly®  family of network test and analysis solutions have been helping network engineers and technicians better deploy, manage, and maintain today’s complex wired and wireless networks for decades. Since creating the industry’s first handheld network analyzer in 1993, NetAlly continues to set the standard for portable network analysis. With tools that include AirMagnet®, LinkRunner®, LinkSprinter®, AirCheck, and more, NetAlly simplifies the complexities of network testing, provides instant visibility for efficient problem resolution, and enables seamless collaboration between site personnel and remote experts. To learn more and see how NetAlly helps network professionals get their jobs done fast, visit

Contact: Dan Klimke, NetAlly

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