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|Basic antenna theory||
This slideshow was presented at AfNOG 2009 in cairo, Egypt.
It is a very brief introduction to antennas for WiFi, touching concepts like directivity and gain. It mentions radiation patterns and other properties of antennas as well. A few examples of typical antennas for WiFi are also given (omni, cantenna, parabolic dish).
|Carlo Fonda||20 minutes||English||19 Sep 09|
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|
|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|
|A long-distance link in Malawi||
A case study of the 2008 ICTP / Blantyre Polytechnic / Blantyre College of Medicine joint project to build a long distance WiFi network. The network connects Blantyre to Mangochi, spanning a distance of about 160 km.
Given at AfNOG 2009 (Cairo).
|Rob Flickenger, Steve Okay, Carlo Fonda, Ermanno Pietrosemoli, Marco Zennaro, Anthony Muyepa||30 minutes||English||24 May 09|