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Unidad 9: Simulación de Redes Inalámbricas

Existen nuemerosas herramientas que ayudan a predecir el comportamiento de una red inalámbrica, algunas de las cuales con precios de miles de dólares. En esta unidad se presenta Radio Mobile, una herramienta gratuita que hace uso de mapas digitales de elevación disponibles sin costo en Internet y basada en el modelo de propagación de Longley-Rice.

Equipo TRICALCAR 1 hour Spanish 29 Aug 08
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
WiFi Networking Architecture

An overview of basic WiFi operating modes and applications. Topics include:

  • Point to point, point to multipoint, and multipoint mesh
  • Radio operating modes: AP, station, ad-hoc
  • Bridging vs. Routing
Rob Flickenger English 14 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
Wireless needs (work)

subtitle: Do we need wireless? Wireless needs a lot of work! ;) ...Wireless networks: "why, when and where" of WLANs

 

This is a "not-very-serious lecture" for introducing issues and benefits of wireless networking

(it also contains some polls/questionnaires to check the background knowledge of the audience)

Carlo Fonda, Marco Zennaro 1 hour English 15 Oct 08
Wireless Network Security Workshop

http://nsrc.org/workshops/2008/ait-wireless/

 

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
Wireless Security

An extensive exploration of wireless security topics, including:

  • Standard 802.11 security features
  • Encryption techniques and standards
  • Logistical security considerations
  • Open source tools that implement, test, and break security features

 

Rob Flickenger 1 hour English 7 Oct 08
Wireless Security and Monitoring

A combined wireless security and network monitoring talk that covers 802.11 security features, encryption basics, and open source security and monitoring tools.

 

Given at AfNOG 2009 (Cairo).

 

 

Rob Flickenger 2 hours English 24 May 09
Wireless Standards

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
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