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AirCheck, scheduled to ship before July, is designed to detect unauthorized wireless access points and can output test results through the USB port to a desktop computer. It has fewer features than the AirMagnet 802.11 wireless LAN test software but cable tester manufacturer Fluke Networks Corp. claims AirCheck will boot up in three seconds

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Fluke-Agilent deal dies a quick death

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