Didier Stevens

Monday 4 August 2008

Update: wsrtool

Filed under: My Software,Update,WiFi — Didier Stevens @ 6:54

Ryan Goodings suggested I modify the header (starting_frequency and readings_per_sweep) of a band-pass filtered wsr file, to have Chanalyzer scale the filtered section. Here is the new version (use option –reduce), and this is the result:

Friday 1 August 2008


Filed under: My Software,WiFi — Didier Stevens @ 9:31

Another WiFi program: wsrtool.py This Python program allows you to process wsr files (capture files of the ISM spectrum, created by Chanalyzer with a Wi-Spy adapter).
The tool filters out selected frequencies or amplitudes (band-pass and band-stop filter).

You need to install the Python module Construct.

Here’s an unfiltered capture:

And here I used a band-pass filter with cutoff frequencies 2420 MHz and 2445 MHz:

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