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Worldwide  35299
Europe  18307
North America  12512
Asia  2860
Australia  472
Germany   Germany
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Communities/Private 5421
Commercial 28674
iPass US 13294
T-Mobile USA US 4898
T-Mobile DE & T-Com DE 3888
WeRoam CH 3332
Trustive NL 3182
Swisscom Eurospot CH 2390
Boingo US 2334
BT Openzone GB 1297
GoRemote (GRIC) US 1252
10 Swisscom Mobile CH 858
11 GBIA NL 821

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Hotspots Around The World

United States    11129
Germany    6511
United Kingdom    3116
Switzerland    2298
France    1250
Austria    890
Canada    868
Japan    784
Netherlands    732
Denmark    593
Mexico    512
Singapore    502

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Wi-Fi Seeker

A nifty new device to check if there is a nearby Wi-Fi Hostspot....
It is relatively easy to get information about wireless access points with a resource like, but sometimes more difficult to find the spot at such a location with a good signal.

WiFiSeeker Most people don't like running around with a laptop on their arms looking for a place with an optimal signal. Wifiseeker is a small smart device to find wireless networks. Its very simple to use, just push the button and the LEDs start running back and forth showing that the devices is scanning. After less than half a second you'll know if there is something or not. The number of LEDs signifies the signal strength. If the LEDs don't stop no network can be found. Wifiseeker detects the most commonly used networks: 802.11b and 802.11g. A key feature is that it can differentiate other network types and WLAN clients.

We found that wifiseeker is very easy to use and very handy. If the device detects a signal you can be sure that you'll get a good connection. A wireless network scanner on your laptop will probably find networks with lower signals, but these are maybe too weak to use. If you are in an area with different networks you will get the one with the strongest signal. A slight drawback is that the device cannot select networks nor give you more detailed information about a network. Really useful is the fact that wifiseeker is directional. It gives you a good idea where a basestation is located when pointing around with the device or you may even able to track down the basestation.

You may want to use the device to find the most comfortable place with a good connection before unpacking your laptop. Or you can use it to find the optimal placement of your wireless setup at home.

For more information browse to
WiFiSeeker Europe


Posted on Tuesday, 30 November 2004 by admin