Acrylic Wi-Fi Professional – Wifi analyzer

Analyse Wi-Fi network health (RSSI, SNR, speed), find out the best channel for the Wi-Fi network and any AP missconfiguration.
Identify devices connected to the Wi-Fi network. Find out Rogue APs and non-authorized devices.

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Acrylic WiFi Professional is the best WiFi analyzer software to identify access points, wifi channels, and to analyze and resolve incidences on 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax wireless networks in real time.

It is a perfect tool for advanced users, professional WiFi network analysts and administrators to get the best of their wireless networks, analyze its performance, who is connected, identify transmission speeds and optimize WiFi channels to get better bandwidth.

WiFi Analyzer
  • Detailed information on WiFi networks, including hidden ones.
  • View connected devices.
  • Add devices to an inventory.
  • 802.11/a/b/g/n/ac/ax WiFi Analyzer with integrated sniffer.
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Monitor mode
  • Identify client devices.
  • Capture all types of packets (ctrl, data, mgt).
  • Get the device position using GPS.
  • Show SNR using the AirPCAP card.
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  • Get a detailed quality assesment.
  • Identify network problems.
  • Get information about network performance.
  • Improve the performance of your WiFi network.
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Export data
  • Save the analyzed device inventories.
  • Work with pcap files..
  • Generates result reports (interactive HTML, CSV, TXT).
  • Export GPS data to KML files for Google Earth.
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Use Acrylic WiFi Professional to view, monitor, analyze and audit WiFi networks, as well as identifying and solving any problems that may arise.

Wifi analyzer

Access WiFi network detailed information, including hidden wireless networks, and make use of the unique features such as monitor mode to capture and analyze all wireless device traffic, device viewer, equipment inventory, and WiFi speed analysis.

802.11/a/b/g/n/ac/ax sniffer and WiFi networks analyzer.
Monitor mode and Airpcap Classic, TX and NX cards supported.
Check packet retry rate
Detailed information about WiFi devices.
Unlimited device inventory.
View reachable wireless devices (APs, phones, laptops,..).
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  1. Signal strength.
  2. Network quality.
  3. 2.4GHz networks.
  4. 5GHz networks.
  5. Information on the device.
  6. Connectivity

Get more information using monitor mode

Monitor mode is a data capture mode that allows using a WiFi adapter on listening mode or promiscuous mode. It captures all types of Wi-Fi Management packets (including Beacon packets), Data packets and control packets. This way, it is possible to visualize not only the access points, but also the clients that are transmitting within Wi-Fi frequency bands.

When performing a data capture on Monitor Mode, Acrylic Wi-Fi Professional offers, besides all the information available on Normal Mode capture, information on all client devices connected to the different access points (#), packet retries rate (Retries), Data Packets and Management Packets (Mgt).

NDIS driver able to get information from clients that are transmitting.

Increase the information collected from the network.

Get SNR measures using AirPCAP, TX and NX cards.

Obtain the device position by activating the GPS.

Monitor mode with NDIS driver.

It does not require any special hardware for its functioning. If the card is compatible, the analysis will be enabled in monitor mode.

In order to activate monitor mode using one of the compatible WiFi adapters, NDIS driver must be installed first: in the interface selector window click on 'Install NDIS driver' button.

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Monitor mode with AirPcap card.

These cards support native capture and monitor mode and, since they're designed for this purpose, they offer a higher performance. Therefore, when capturing in monitor mode using an AirPcap card, it is posible to display, in addition to all available parameters collected by NDIS compatible WiFi cards, information on SNR values (Signal-to-Noise Ratio).

SNR is a good parameter to measure communication quality, since it takes into account the received signal strength and the noise present in the wireless medium. Its value ranges from 0 (weakest) to 100 (strongest). Over 60 is considered a good value.
SNR is avaliable both on Acrylic WiFi Professional as well as Acrylic WiFi Heatmaps. ¿Do you want try it?


Detect performance problems and signal noise to improve the deployment of your WiFi network at your home, office or company.

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  1. Select the network you want to analyze
  2. Select the metric you want to improve.
  3. Obtain information to improve it.

Export analysis data

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Device and Inventory Report

Obtain a complete inventory of analyzed devices, get reports with all the analysis in an interactive HTML, CSV, TXT or save the GPS data to load it using a KML file in Google Earth.

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Export data in PCAP and KML (Google Earth).
Generate reports in interactive HTML CSV or TXT.

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How to detect mobile phones, smartphones, laptops, tablets and wireless devices

Wardriving. How to locate and georeference access points using GPS

Wardriving. How to see access points locations in Google Earth

How to brute force an access point password using dictionary attacks

How to capture wireless packets in monitor mode using Wireshark

How to save and analyze wifi packets from PCAP files

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