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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|
|Radio Propagation and Link Budget||
This slideshow was presented at AfNOG 2009, in Cairo (Egypt).
It is a brief introduction to radiopropagation (behavior of radiowaves, effects of the environment, line of sight, Fresnel zone) and to link budget calculation (link planning, power budget, sensitivity and gain, losses, software tools).
It is provided in both Adobe PDF format and Apple Keynote original source.
|Carlo Fonda, Marco Zennaro||45 minutes||English||19 Sep 09|
|WirelessU Concept Paper||
A single 3-page paper with all the important WirelessU concepts. Mostly just copied from the web pages, for those that want a document rather than a pointer to the web site.
|Jim Forster, WirelessU team||5 minutes||English||8 Nov 09|
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|