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War Chalking:
… the idea of creating a hobo language for wireless access points. Find a node, and leave a chalk symbol for others to find the node with a minimum of all that tiresome netstumbler business.

Wireless Training and Certification:
The Certified Wireless Network Professional Program (CWNP™) is the IT industry's first and only vendor-neutral training and certification program for Wireless Networking.

WLANA:
The Wireless LAN Association is a non-profit educational trade association, comprised of the thought leaders and technology innovators in the local area wireless technology industry.

Tips For Negotiating A Rooftop Antenna Lease:
In order to take advantage of the increasing market for rooftop antenna space, building owners and managers should be aware of some of the pitfalls which can arise from the lease of rooftop space. A landlord should keep in mind the following tips in negotiating such leases.

Glass Watchdog: Wireless and DIY Networks
In cyberspace code is law and closed source code is equivalent to government with no written laws or elections. Glass Watchdog is about free/open source solutions for civil society in cyberspace.

Selected Article Abstracts on UWB Technology:
Access the full text of the chapter, paper, letter, or introduction you desire. They are arranged in approximate chronological order.

The Origins of Ultra-Wideband Technology:
If you have found this website, chances are good that you have already heard about Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Technology, also known as nonsinusoidal communication technology, impulse radar, ground-penetrating radar, impulse radio, baseband pulse technology, and other designations. To put the field in perspective and to show the breadth of literature in this area of research and development, we have assembled the following core documentation concerning its origins.

UWB Working Group Mail Archive:
If you have found this website, chances are good that you have already heard about Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Technology, also known as nonsinusoidal communication technology, impulse radar, ground-penetrating radar, impulse radio, baseband pulse technology, and other designations. To put the field in perspective and to show the breadth of literature in this area of research and development, we have assembled the following core documentation concerning its origins.

Wireless Technology resources:

Pratically Networked: News, reviews, tutorials

O'Reilly Network: Wireless DevCenter. News, reviews, tutorials

802.11x security: Not long ago, when wireless networking was new and rare, security was an afterthought. The reason? The scarcity of 802.11b cards acted as a form of back-handed security. If no one had an 802.11b card, outsiders couldn't very well scan your setup, right? Now, however, that's changed. Wireless gear is readily available--and cheap--so that almost anyone with a PC can afford a Wi-Fi network card, making security more vital.

Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance: WECA's mission is to certify interoperability of Wi-Fi™ (IEEE 802.11) products and to promote Wi-Fi™ as the global wireless LAN standard across all market segments.

Researchers break wireless LAN encryption algorithm Aug 10, 2001
Seven months after researchers at the University of California at Berkeley discovered flaws in the encryption algorithm designed to protect wireless LANs, a different group of experts has uncovered a new, more dangerous method of attack that they say should be sounding security alarms throughout the business world.

Wireless LAN bridge and NICs on tap from Netgear July 12, 2001
Netgear this week announced several new wireless LAN (WLAN) products for connecting PCs to an Internet connection in small businesses and home offices.

Microwave connector reference

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