Displaying more statistics from Wireless NIC on Windows - Specifically MCS speed values RRS feed

  • Question

  • I work in the wireless industry and it seems to be a common thread of unknown for Windows.  Definitely suggesting Microsoft ups its game if this can't be done natively. Seems like Apple does it, but PCs have not adopted this information update.

    • Can anyone tell me how to get the Wireless NIC MCS table values along with current speed and other more important wireless information on a Windows 10 machine?  (not to be confused with top end speed capabilities of the device like it has been displayed forever)

    I am aware I can do a command line command of "netsh wlan show interfaces" to get current channel and receive/transmit rate, but its missing other important RSSI db values, noise floor db, mcs value, maximum transmit vs what it is actually getting on a client level, somehow graphing these values is important as well at a client level.


    HERE is the MAC version of what I'm trying to see ....*notice the extra information we arent seeing in Windows.  There is even more ways to graph this information in a MAC.  

    via example URL:  https://www.tweaking4all.com/os-tips-and-tricks/macosx-tips-and-tricks/determine-wifi-connection-speed/

    Monday, March 11, 2019 1:46 PM