Setting Up Wireless Networks: A Course for Barefoot Wireless Engineers
Setting up Wireless Networks – A Course for Barefoot Wireless Engineers has two modules. The first module covers some basic concepts related to planning the setup of wireless networks such as conducting a location survey and selecting the required hardware. The second module of the course covers details of actual installation and maintenance of wireless networks. The course is expected to be used by anyone in areas with low access to Internet to set up the service to provide Internet access.
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