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|VoIP 4d primer 2nd edition||
Building Voice Infrastructure in Developing Regions is a challenging and rewarding effort. This guide will help understanding the technology that spans from telecommunications to networking.
|TRICALCAR Team||2 hours||English||7 Oct 08|
Mesh Networking - Short version - 2008
|Sebastian Buettrich||2 hours||English||7 Oct 08|
The making of a cantenna in a step-by-step video.
The video is without sound, so you can add voice over as you please. Also, there is a lot of space for subtitling,
|Sebastian Buettrich||1/2 hour||English||9 Oct 08|
|Wireless Network Security Workshop||
Wireless Network Security Workshop AIT: Bangkok, Thailand
|Network Startup Resource Center, Joel Jaeggli, John Kemp||16 sessions of 90 minutes each||English||7 Oct 08|
This lecture provides a "short and simple" introduction to antennas (for WiFi at 2.4 and 5 GHz), with rough definition of terminology and characteristics of simple antennas (omni, directive, reflector)
|Carlo Fonda||45 minutes||English||15 Oct 08|
|Introduction to Radiowaves and Basic RF Measurements||
This very short lecture consists of two parts: the first part (15 minutes) is a basic introduction to radiowaves and RF signals, with definitions and terminology (frequency, wavelength, phase, amplitude, power, interference, modulation).
|Carlo Fonda||30 minutes||English||15 Oct 08|
|Introduction to Laboratory and Safety||
Short slideshow to welcome trainees to the laboratory, to present to them the facilities and the rules of the lab, with emphasis on safety precautions.
|Ermanno Pietrosemoli, Rob Flickenger, Marco Zennaro, Carlo Fonda||15 minutes||English||15 Oct 08|
This lecture introduces some basic concepts related to modern computer networking: reasons to build a computer network, standardisation, OSI model, network layers in theory and practice, classification and topology of networks, media and hardware (ethernet), IP addressing, subnetting, DNS, basic network configuration of a PC.
|Carlo Fonda, Marco Zennaro||90 minutes||English||15 Oct 08|
|dB math and Link Budget Calculation||
This presentation is on dB math (why do we use dBs?, examples of calculations with dBs, etc) and on Link Budget Calculation (how far can a wireless link go?, what gain should my antenna have, etc).
|Marco Zennaro, Carlo Fonda||1 hour||English||15 Oct 08|
|Introduction to Open Source||
This presentation is an Introduction to Open Source. It covers an introduction to the concept of "Open", and introduction to Linux and its features and an insight on the topic of Open Source and Development.
|Marco Zennaro, Carlo Fonda||English||15 Oct 08|