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|Site Survey Tools||
Software and hardware tools used for detecting and analyzing wireless networks, prior to installing your own.
|Rob Flickenger||English||14 Aug 08|
|Comparative Use of Unlicensed Radio Spectrum||
Visualizing how different devices make use of the available radio spectrum.
|Rob Flickenger||1/2 hour||English||8 Oct 08|
An extensive exploration of wireless security topics, including:
|Rob Flickenger||1 hour||English||7 Oct 08|
An introduction to standards in general and IEEE 802.11 in specific. The unit tries to give an overview of the IEEE 802.11 family of standards and describe the technical characteristics that differ among the amendments. The unit is at Medium level with some Advanced sections.
|Alberto Escudero Pascual||English||19 Aug 08|
|Basic Radio Physics||
A general introduction to basic physics relevant for wireless networking.
|Sebastian Buettrich||English||14 Aug 08|
|Basic Wireless Infrastructure and Topologies||
A high level introduction to wireless modes and topologies, based around real life cases, and supplying basic knowledge about setup of such infrastructures.
|Sebastian Buettrich, Alberto Escudero Pascual||English||15 Aug 08|
|Access Point Configuration||
How to configure wireless access points and routers based on general principles and clear motivations.
|Onno Purbo, Sebastian Buettrich||English||19 Aug 08|
|WiMAX and non Standard Solutions||
WiMAX has raised many expectations promising greater range, QoS and roaming capabilities beyond what WiFi can offer. But prices remain significantly higher than solutions based on WiFi modifications and some proprietary technologies. A description of the main features of these three general categories is presented with some examples.
|TRICALCAR Team||1 hour||English||25 Sep 08|
|Long Distance WiFi Links||
By using external antennas and modifying the firmware, very low cost, long distance WiFi links can be built. High gain antennas require careful alignment, that most be done using signla generators and spectrum analyzers. A low cost version of these is presented.
|TRICALCAR Team||1 hour||English||31 Aug 08|
|Community, ICTs and Gender||
Consider gender perspective in order to achieve fairness and equality of opportunities between women and men in the use and
|TRICALCAR Team||1 hour||English||30 Aug 08|