I was looking into a wireless problem and ran across this interesting view in 2.4GHz in my spectrum analyzer. Believe it or not, this wasn’t related to the problem I was troubleshooting, because the problem I was fixing also impacted 5GHz. However, this struck me as artistic. I see it as oceans, trees, and mountains. I believe it’s a combination of some sort of analog frequency hopper (the peaks in back), a narrow band frequency hopper that may not be bluetooth (the “trees”), and a hodgepodge of wireless networks, not all of which were on 1,6, or 11. I posted it on Twitter and quite a few people thought it was interesting and wanted a copy, so here it is. We had a little fun parodying Bob Ross, too.
@scottm32768 @KeithRParsons @welles “Pretty little Bluetooth trees! And some green OFDM grass.”
— Andrew von Nagy (@revolutionwifi) July 23, 2015
In case you want the version straight from Airmagnet Spectrum XT, I’ve included that below.
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