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I’ve discovered a new kind of can for cantennas: The Wi-fi reception in my house I live in an older house isn’t great so I’ve been messing around with some of the projects in the book to improve my reception. This book has now moved to the top of my list. Theoretically, Vivato’s technology can reach across a couple of miles, but it still has to be good line of sight, and just keeping unobstructed line of sight across a couple of miles is a challenge anywhere there are trees or buildings.

The cans that fancy-schmancy booze bottles are packed in. Explore the Home Gift Guide. Jeff Kinney Series Paperback Children. The discussion of attennas is really first rate. Jeff explains the complex and fluky security issues clearly, and shows how users can protect themselves from both obvious and non-obvious threats.

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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. I wish Mr Dunteman would write a new edition. Email me and I’ll let you know what we’re up to.


I have “known” Jeff since around the early ‘s. If I were a tech writer I’d really want to take lessons from this author. References to this book The Internet: What I knew in the fall of may well have been superceded by events in early This book is specially designed to be a technical godsend as well as a great read, as with all books written by Jeff Duntemann.

Paraglyph Press- Computers – pages. RowlingHardcover Working with Wi-Fi now reminds me of the Crazy Years of personal computing, back in the 70s and 80s when anything was possible and the suits were still trying to figure out how to put it all back in the bottle. I’m working on a short Web-based paper watch for a link to your upper left explaining in more detail.

So while ripping along writing Chapter 3, I slipped back into old habits, and wrote “terminal” instead of “transmission. The Wi-Fi industry is really confusing with so many standards Why not get in on it? See details for description of any imperfections.

Write a customer review. Book Errata One problem with errata for the book is that the Wi-Fi field is moving very quickly.

Jeff Duntemann’s Drive-By Wi-Fi Guide

Provides everything Wi-Fi users need to know to design, build, protect, and extend a Wi-Fi wireless network! Assuming this thing works well in It’s a lousy time to be implementing capital-intensive startups, and the crive-by question is what the industry will learn from their failure.

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I was super gald to find this book because most of the other books were very academic and didn’t really offer much. If you already have WLAN access at your home or small office and are interested in tweaking; tuning or expanding it, this book is for you. Pages and The book represents three years of working with Read more Read less.


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Dobb’s Journal, and has written and edited more than twenty programming books. It is all there in the book and, once again, Jeff has done a great job guidde explaining it and making it all crystal clear. I’ve been using wi-fi for a little over a year now and I bought a number if the books that were published over the past year–big disapointment there.

Master technical author, Jeff Duntemann, makes tangled Wi-Fi technological issues very comprehensible. The wardriving section shows you how to find access points from your car. Later on, when books began to appear, I was puzzled that none of them seemed connected to any reality I had had any experience with.

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With him, no stone is left unturned. He is a great writer of tech stuff. What wii-fi me about the WPC55AG is less the inclusion of g-functionality, which is dicey in any event, but the price point.