An attempt by Europe to outlaw the use of mobile phones and wireless networks in schools is probably doomed in its ambition to limit children’s exposure to wireless-associated radiation.
While scientists still argue the toss over whether mobile phones and wireless networks can damage people’s health the European Parliament has been presented with a report recommending that wireless networks and mobile phones be totally banned from schools on health grounds.
I have a few tablet/laptop users on my network who are unable to connect to wireless networks without administrative authority. I would like to give them permission to connect to any and all wireless networks that they come into range with but can't find anything that allows that.
I've got a t-mobile ace2, only had it 2 months. I used to get a wireless notification in the top left (where downloaded apps, new message icons appear) with a ? overlaid to say new wireless was in range.
In wireless mesh networks and mobile ad hoc networks communications are affected by the exchange of messages. These communications are essentially broadcast in nature as the medium for transmission is shared by all wireless nodes within communication ranage. In such scenarios what techniques are employed for affecting multi-cast and unicast communication?
I was having problems with dropped wireless connections and very low wireless range. To fix the problem, I upgraded the driver for my Ralink 3592 wireless card. This fixed the problem and it continued to work until sometime today, when the connection dropped and all wireless networks disappeared. I have rebooted several times and the computer can no longer find any wireless networks.
I'm having issues seeing specific WiFi networks. I'm running Ubuntu 14.04.1 on a late 2010 MacBook Air. At first I thought it was the internal wireless adapter so I bought a USB one but that didn't solve the problem.
I'm looking for a book -- written for a beginner -- that covers (at some level, in some amount of depth) the following:
the theory and technology of wireless networks (error correction, bandwidth, signal strength, etc.)
setting up wireless networks (equipment, software, firmware, protocols, etc.)
types of wireless networks (home networks, hotel networks with a login page, school networks with in