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XRA-31 Version 4.0
Posted by Dieter Dobbelaere on 09 March 2020 01:27 PM

Excentis is happy to announce a new version of the XRA-31!

This is the first release with official Python API/CLI support.
Installation is as easy as running pip3 install excentis-xra31.
For more information, check out
https://api.xra31.com.


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New Wireless Endpoint version: 2.11.2
Posted by Pieter Vandercammen on 06 March 2020 11:45 AM

We've released a new version of the Wireless Endpoint. The binaries are already available on our setup pages, those in the Google Play Store and Apple App Store are waiting for approval from Google and Apple.

This version is mostly a bug-fix release, we list the important changes below:

  • On Android we now also support Android 11. To enable this version properly we have dropped support for Android 6 for this and future versions. Mobile phones with Android 6 won't receive

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ByteBlower Server 2.11.4 Released
Posted by Vincent De Maertelaere on 20 February 2020 02:17 PM

We released ByteBlower server 2.11.4. 

This release fixes an issue with DHCP unicast.

The full changelog is available here: ByteBlower Server 2.11 changelog


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2.11 ByteBlower Updates
Posted by Pieter Vandercammen on 10 February 2020 03:03 PM

Good news everyone! Today we've released updates for the ByteBlower GUI , Server, MeetingPoint and API.

Although it are all minor version bumps, this doesn't mean the changes are insignificant. Most of them are driven by requests coming from you all through our support portal.

As the whole list of changes is more than 30 items long, let's focus on some of the highlights:

  • Android 10 is now officially supported for the Wireless Endpoints
  • A ByteBlower port

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ByteBlower 2.11 released
Posted by Wouter Debie on 17 December 2019 10:44 AM

Signal quality, modulation rate or just as simple as which device you were using, are important parameters of each Wireless test. From version 2.11.0  the Wireless Endpoint reports these new values

  • RSSI, signal quality.
  • SSID, network name.
  • BSSID, base station identifier.
  • Channel id, both 2.4 Ghz and 5 Ghz.
  • Maximum transmit rate of the interface.

These values can be logged during a test run or polled while the device is


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