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|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|
|Creating local Debian/Ubuntu repositories with apt-mirror||
Short guide on how to create, configure and use local Ubuntu repositories.
This might need more detail and examples.
Please feel free to comment and improve!
|sebastian buettrich||1 hour||English||25 Aug 09|
|Intro to RF and dB math||
Slideshow presented at AfNOG 2009 in Cairo, Egypt.
It is a very quick introduction to the physical basis of telecommunications, many concepts are briefly introduced, like i.e.: e.m. waves (amplitude, frequency, ...), RF signals (power, modulation, ...), power measurement, spectrum analysis, dB (math, examples, Alexander Bell).
|Carlo Fonda, Marco Zennaro||30 minutes||English||19 Sep 09|
|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|
|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|
|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|
|Basic Wireless Systems in Bahasa Indonesia||
Wireless Training in Bahasa Indonesia, including a hotspot and outdoor application. This presntation was update for 10 times since 2002 Contact: michael [at] sunggiardi [dot] com
|Michael S. Sunggiardi, PT Marvel Network Sistem||Indonesian||10 Oct 08|
|Wokbolic & Bazooka Antenna for 3G (Indonesian)||
In this note, detailed design as well as step by step on how to make a wokbolic & bazooka antenna for 3G will be described. PVC tubing & aluminium tape is used to make a low cost wokbolic & bazooka antenna.
|Onno W. Purbo||1 hour||Indonesian||11 Oct 08|
|Workshop Handout For Building Wokbolic & Neighbourhood Network (Indonesian)||
Workshop handout written by e-goen on Wokbolic e-goen & neighbourhood network in Indonesian.
|e-goen||4 hours||Indonesian||11 Oct 08|
|Neighbourhood Network Concept & Wokbolic e-goen howto (Indonesian)||
In this white paper, neighbourhood network concept will be described.
In addition, detailed on how to build your own wokbolic e-goen antenna is explained.
|Onno W. Purbo||Indonesian||11 Oct 08|