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KWirelessMonitor is a small KDE application that docks into the system tray and monitors the wireless network interface. Modeled after the Wavelan/Orinoco monitor in Windows.

The KWirelessMonitor systray icon shows the signal quality and the bit rate using a "bar graph" and a "pie chart", respectively. The tool tip also displays the network name(ESSID) and the power management mode. In the configuration dialog, you can change the bit rate and power management settings of the wireless interface. It is also able to automatically enable power management when using battery power and/or automatically disable power management during data transfer. By default, it tries to automatically detect the wireless interface. You can also manually set the interface name if necessary.
Interface: Graphical (Qt)
Available deb Repositories (how-to add a respository)
Debian 32-bit

Ubuntu 32-bit

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