Many years ago I watched a Production Engineer scan all radio frequencies via his laptop & Wi-Fi card to find clean frequencies for use. The name & maker of the soft wear and type used now escapes me and I'm interested in using it myself for future productions.
I have a vague memory of it being able to scan a large range, then display the results in a graph format showing how strong the signal was, if it was Radio, TV, Wi-Fi or Blue Tooth.
I can't remember if the application was free to use / download or required purchasing from a company or even legal in this country - not in the slightest suggesting the Prod Engineer was in the wrong, can't even remember if he was from the Uk.
Am I recalling two different soft wear types and believing they are one in the same? Are there any such computer programs available?
I'll leave you all thinking about this - no doubt some one may have info about this or you can correct me for making it all up.
This post has been edited by Multi-meter: 13 August 2008 - 08:52 PM