Aerial Display

Aerial Display

Postby cothrang » Wed Feb 22, 2006 9:06 am

How about the ability to either use a georef tiff, or download from google earth, and plot access points, instead of converting and importing, etc.

Hopefully, soon we'll be able to use this capability.
http://www.ittc.ku.edu/wlan/index.shtml

Show signal strength and map out areas of signal.
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Postby Dutch » Wed Feb 22, 2006 9:30 am

cothrang wrote:How about the ability to either use a georef tiff, or download from google earth, and plot access points, instead of converting and importing, etc.

Hopefully, soon we'll be able to use this capability.
http://www.ittc.ku.edu/wlan/index.shtml

Show signal strength and map out areas of signal.

http://www.wigle.net
Been there for the last 2+ years.

Your link refers to something that allready has been discussed when they put that page up... 3+ years ago..

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Postby bitcorruption » Thu Mar 16, 2006 1:55 pm

How about this?

http://www.bitcorruption.com/alerus1.jpg

This is a picture of an AP I set up in the middle of a parking lot. I'm working on a program to make those wireless visualization maps. It does not plot AP's like Wigle, rather it uses inverse distance weighted interpolation to generate a coverage map. Might be useful for areas with multiple AP's to find deadzones. Anyway, it will hopefully be done soon and I can post it to the forums. :)
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Postby Dutch » Thu Mar 16, 2006 2:02 pm

bitcorruption wrote:How about this?

http://www.bitcorruption.com/alerus1.jpg

This is a picture of an AP I set up in the middle of a parking lot. I'm working on a program to make those wireless visualization maps. It does not plot AP's like Wigle, rather it uses inverse distance weighted interpolation to generate a coverage map. Might be useful for areas with multiple AP's to find deadzones. Anyway, it will hopefully be done soon and I can post it to the forums. :)

Looks interesting. Currently using the interpolated power calculations in kismet's gpsmap program, and been looking for something similar for NS data.

Keep us posted on the progress of the tool.

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Postby syn-ack » Thu Mar 16, 2006 5:18 pm

Nice spread of energy...Any plans to set a limit to how far out from center? Would be interesting to see a map by bit rate...what do you all think?
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