@AKindTexan : << want to be able to read the WiFi signal to noise ratio to determine if I have a bad WiFi environment. << It would be better off with something like kismet https://www.kismetwireless.net running in a workstation. May be, you are looking for a representation like this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kismet_(software)#/media/File:Kismet-2.7.1-screenshot.gif Kismet has listed the supported wifi hardware in the above site. The typical capture is in the order of megabytes every second or even more, depending on the environment. Omega2+ has 802.11 b/g/n, (5 GHz support is optional in "n") up to 150Mbps as per specs, where as n itself is 54-600Mbps. Also, there are hardware analyzers that meets the needs of a CWAP. Thanks..