The world’s first QUAD-mode wideband protocol analyser with support for PC, MAC and Linux

blueSPY™ is a wideband Bluetooth protocol analyser application offering multiple configuration options to solve ‘real world’ test challenges both in the lab, in production test and in the field. As the world’s first QUAD-mode protocol analyser and the only one that can offer PHY support for the Qualcomm® Bluetooth High Speed Link to complement classic Bluetooth (BR/EDR), Bluetooth Low Energy and 802.15.4. With support for LE Audio and the flexibility to offer a customized PHY option, it is the only protocol analyser that you will ever need.

Key features.

  • The world’s first QUAD MODE Protocol Analyser, concurrent capture
    • Classic Bluetooth® (BR/EDR)
    • Low Energy Bluetooth
    • Qualcomm® Bluetooth High Speed Link
    • IEEE 802.15.4.
    • Customized PHY capability on request.
  • Channel Sounding Ready!
  • Support for MAC and Linux
  • Simultaneous monitoring of all 13 WiFi channels
  • TRUE WiFi PACKET TIMING, for timestamping packet arrival for co-existence monitoring.
  • Choice of hardware platforms: moreph30 or mini-moreph
  • Simple to use UI, toolbar driven with configuration options.
  • Multiple filters for Devices/Connections, and Protocols/Profiles.
  • Specific views for all protocol layers, spectrum analysis, timeline, all on a single screen.
  • AUTONOMOUS CAPTURE mode for truly portable sniffing.
  • Live or post-capture decryption.
  • All captured packets tagged with RSSI and Frequency offset/tolerance.
  • HCI-UART, HCI-SPI capture and decode.

FAQ

Yes, all of the PHYs you choose to capture and display (from LE, BR/EDR, QBHSL, 802.15.4, WiFi) are shown in a single list of packets, ordered by precise timestamp. This also includes any proprietary protocol or packet formats
Yes, you can output captured audio streams to files, and you can export all the packet/protocol analysis (including payloads) to YAML or CSV files.
Yes, a Python/C interface allows the capturing of traffic, and the output of packet contents.
Yes, the captures we create use the industry standard PcapNG format. Captures can be loaded into other tools (e.g. Wireshark), and blueSPY can be used to analyse PcapNG files captured elsewhere.