AirCheck™ G2


  • AirCheck G2 offers a one-button AutoTest function that quickly provides a pass/fails indication of Wi-Fi network quality and identifies common problems
  • Faster and easier Wi-Fi site surveys with AirMapper™ Site Survey
  • Test the most common Wi-Fi standards (including 802.11ax) with a rugged, handheld, purpose-built wireless tester
  • See all networks and devices in your location immediately upon power-up
  • View test results, including network availability, connectivity, utilization, noise levels, throughput, security settings, possible rogues, and interferers
  • Automate reporting and enable collaboration with result upload and management


The AirCheck™ G2 Wireless Tester’s intuitive user interface provides actionable intelligence, simplifying wireless troubleshooting and validation. AirCheck G2 is the most cost-effective hardware-enabled site survey solution, and provides network professionals of any skill level with complete and accurate information to validate Wi-Fi deployments and changes, resolve connectivity and performance problems quickly, speed up closure of trouble tickets, and ensure your Wi-Fi network meets end users’ needs.

AirCheck G2 performs the following five essential Wi-Fi tests and provides a pass/fail indication of the wireless environment, as well as identifies common problems — for any level of expertise:

– 802.11 Utilization – Reports channels in each band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) with the highest airtime utilization.

– Non-802.11 Utilization – Reports channels with the highest non-802.11 airtime utilization, indicative of interference sources and high noise levels.

– Co-Channel Interference – Reports channels with the most APs on the same channel that exceed the minimum signal level threshold.

– Adjacent Channel Interference – Reports interference on a channel caused by APs that are operating on other channels that overlap with that channel.

– Network Quality – Verifies coverage, interference, security, and ability to connect to specified networks, along with the availability of critical network services such as DHCP and connectivity to specified network targets.

– Rogue Access Points – Reports APs other than your authorized devices. These devices may be compromising network security.