Wi-Fi Handbook: Building 802.11b Wireless Networks

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2003 - Computers - 363 pages
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Written for network engineers, this book provides the know-how for enterprise implementations. It presents information on designing and building WiFi networks of scale, and covers almost all wireless environments. It also includes explanations of regulatory, security, and economic issues, and case studies to illustrate implementation advice.

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this book is realy good, i use this book for my thesis.

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About the author (2003)

Franklin D. Ohrtman has 20 years experience in professional networking, including high-security installations for industry and the military (U.S. Navy). A former Account Manager at Lucent Technologies, Netrix and Vsys, he is most recently the author Softswitch: Architecture for VoIP. He has a master's degree in Telecommunications Engineering from Colorado University. He lives in Denver, Colorado.

Konrad Roeder has over 20 years experience with various technologies such as Wi-Fi, GSM, Cellular, SMR, VoIP and ISDN. Konrad has a BS in Computer Science from the University of New Mexico and an MS in Computer Engineering from Florida Atlantic University. He has 3 patents issued and 3 patents pending. He currently works at T-Mobile on the 802.11 project deploying Wi-Fi in Airports and Airline Clubs. Mr. Roeder lives in Seattle, Washington.