Like the Android equivalent, Apple's native Wi-Fi tool provides a high-level view of the local 802.11 environment. Though better than nothing, both platforms are sparse on the details that wireless support typically need. At the same time, anyone can take their phone out, pull up this window, and take a screenshot to send to network administrators to give a sense of missing or extra WLANs in a given location.
Lee is a Wireless Network Architect for a large private university. He has also tought classes on networking, wireless network administration, and wireless security. Lee's technical background includes 10 years in the US Air Force as an Electronic Warfare systems technician ... View Full Bio