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John2222

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Thu, 11 Oct 2018 @ 18:48:16

Hello All,
Firstly having looked at other posts I feel this is best suited here. sorry if you disagree.

Im sure that a number of people by now have used services like https://find-wifi.mylnikov.org/ to look up the location of addresses.

By using tools such as kismet and wifi tracker you can build a database of locations of wifi. I now have a list of csv lines that link to a essid, I want to be able to pipe those results into something that is able to give me a close approximation of where the router is.

for example

BSSID Signal strength SSID GPS Accuracy Latitude Longitude ac:a3:1e:a3:59:c2 -86 TitLeP22VfS 3.5 51.14671167 -0.976041667 ac:a3:1e:a3:59:82 -87 TitLeP22VfS 3.5 51.14679167 -0.975946667 ac:a3:1e:a3:59:62 -84 TitLeP22VfS 3.5 51.14679167 -0.975946667 ac:a3:1e:a3:5b:62 -88 TitLeP22VfS 3.5 51.146875 -0.975848333 ac:a3:1e:a3:5b:a2 -85 TitLeP22VfS 3.5 51.1473 -0.975475


How can i reduce that down to a close result to the actual? ..... baring in mind that they are often found while walking in the street and that is clearly not were the router is.

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Thu, 11 Oct 2018 @ 18:53:21

I understand that results also will come with a pinch of salt because of different building types and the way you are holding the phone or the collection device etc.


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Thu, 11 Oct 2018 @ 21:50:23

So I have found something that I think I can work with: https://hackaday.io/project/11611-wifi-triangulation

However from the results I will have to do a little bit of working out. It does help that this person used a large collection of reference points and he was walking alone straight roads to get a good reference between points.


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Thu, 08 Nov 2018 @ 21:33:24

I've been using Wigle (sp?) wifi in my car android stereo for a few years with fairly accurate results based on my local knowledge if that helps?



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