What is Wi Mark?

Wi-Mark is an android application that compares wi-fi signals reception between devices.
Wi-Mark is the best way to compare Wi-Fi reception between different devices.
Wi-Mark gives a score which can be easily compare and see which device has the better reception.

You can download: Wi-Mark on google play
Wi-Mark gives a score in the form of nadBm, which is easily comparable with other devices. Which ever has the highest nadBm in the exact same environment has the better Wi-Fi reception.

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I developed new Windows console application, advanced task killer that enables to kill tasks and process which are older than x minutes.
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New app! "Calls And SMS to Calendar"

Hi everyone!
This week (28.02.2015) I released a new app that synchronizes your call log and incoming sms to your calendar of choice.

You can download it on google play: Calls and SMS to Calendar
Please support me by trying this new app!
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New app! "My Wi-Fi"

Hi everyone!
This week (24.10.2014) I released a new app that let's you know when the phone is connected to wi-fi.
It makes a small alert on connection / disconnections and wifi roaming.
Also, it keeps a detailed log on all the wifi events!
You can download it on google play: My Wi-Fi
Please support me by trying this new app!
Roei :)
Get it on Google Play

Latest Wi-Mark Benchmarks

DeviceChipsetCapabilitiesBenchmark Time
Samsung Galaxy S IIIbcm4330802.11 a/b/g/n21/10/2018 00:32:53
Samsung Galaxy Acebcm4329802.11 b/g/n20/10/2018 13:29:26
Motorola DROID4Not known yetNot known yet13/10/2018 20:57:02
Samsung Galaxy S II Plusbcm4330802.11 a/b/g/n08/10/2018 09:53:38
Samsung Galaxy Acebcm4329802.11 b/g/n01/10/2018 18:58:12
Samsung Galaxy S 4bcm4335802.11 a/b/g/n/ac30/09/2018 17:52:57
Samsung Galaxy S II Plusbcm4330802.11 a/b/g/n30/09/2018 17:46:23
Samsung Galaxy Grand DuosNot known yetNot known yet26/09/2018 17:04:23
debNot known yetNot known yet24/09/2018 13:27:51
debNot known yetNot known yet24/09/2018 07:51:19
Samsung Galaxy Grand DuosNot known yetNot known yet19/09/2018 11:42:46
Samsung Galaxy Grand DuosNot known yetNot known yet19/09/2018 11:30:58
Samsung Galaxy Sbcm4329802.11 b/g/n18/09/2018 08:26:51
Samsung Galaxy Sbcm4329802.11 b/g/n18/09/2018 08:24:32
Samsung Galaxy S IIIbcm4330802.11 a/b/g/n18/09/2018 04:55:27

Total number of benchmarks made: 78,062

What is nadBm?

nadBm stands for Normalized Aggregate dBm.
dBm is an abbreviation for the power ratio in decibels (dB) of the measured power referenced to one milliwatt (mW).
nadBm is the way to compare the Wi-Fi reception between devices.

How is nadBm calculated?

nadBm is an aggregation of all the network signals of a available Wi-Fi networks.
To each perceived signal a constant is added to normalize the results.
on the normalized sum statistical tools are used to reduce deviation.

How to compare Wi-Fi reception strength between devices?

1. Choose a place to run the Wi-Mark benchmark.
2. All compared devices need to be exactly on the same spot while performing the benchmark.
3. Run the tool on all devices.
4. Whichever device has the highest score has the strongest reception.

Remember:

There are many things that can affect Wi-Fi reception (temperature, humidity, surrounding objects etc.), make sure you perform the Wi-Mark test on all devices in the exact same environment to ensure correct metrics.