When Wi-Spy is plugged in, a live spectrum picture is displayed on
the central pane of the main TamoGraph window, as shown
The spectrum pane is similar to the one you can see in
a spectrum analysis application by MetaGeek that comes with Wi-Spy.
By default, the spectrum pane displays one or two planar spectrum
graphs for single- and dual-band Wi-Spy models,
The appearance of the graphs can be controlled via the context
to have the spectrum pane display one of the single frequency bands
or two bands simultaneously (5.0
are available only if you have a dual-band Wi-Spy model.)
to display a line that shows the current signal amplitude;
to display a line that shows the maximum signal amplitude.
item allows you to select the measurement units of the horizontal
axis; you can choose between
in MHz and
numbers. By enabling the
view, you can have the application graph amplitude over time.
2/3 of the window size
to adjust the area of the window occupied by the waterfall graph.
The spectrum pane can be detached from the main application window
and displayed as a separate floating window. Use the
to perform the respective operations. You can also hide the
spectrum pane by checking or unchecking the
View => Spectrum
item in the main application menu.
Note that in order to view spectrum data in TamoGraph, you must
close Chanalyzer if it is running; Wi-Spy cannot be accessed and
controlled by multiple applications simultaneously.