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Modified hostapd to facilitate AP impersonation attacks - OpenSecurityResearch/hostapd-wpe
hostapd  wireless  network  wifi  802.11  eap  802.1x 
8 weeks ago by plaxx
Wifi Design Tips
PDF with a few good tips on wifi layout, AP placement etc. Also recommended: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Adep0SeOjAE&feature=youtu.be&t=17m22s (via irldexter)
via:irldexter  wifi  802.11  wireless  ops  networking 
july 2018 by jm
Bringing up 802.11ac on FreeBSD | Hacker News
I used to work with wireless driver guys. Some of them had no degrees (including one who worked at Lucent on Apple's Airport). Just started out doing small stuff and worked their way up. Others had EE backgrounds. One of the things about wireless is that the salient concepts are more EE than CS, even if you're on the software side. A specialized EE course on wireless communications will teach you a lot of the underlying concepts you need to understand.

sohkamyung 9 hours ago [-]

Yes, it's learning on the job.
In the specific case of 802.11 (different from 'Wi-Fi' which is a marketing term from the Wi-Fi consortium), you'll also need to be familiar with the IEEE 802.11 specifications. You can do this by putting aside a block of time to read parts of the actual specs [1], supplemented by the O'Reilly 802.11 books by Matthew Gast [2] which I found to be really helpful during my time working with various 802.11 modules.
[1] [ http://standards.ieee.org/about/get/802/802.11.html ]
[2] [ http://www.oreilly.com/pub/au/692 ]
System_Programming  WiFi  wireless  802.11  FreeBSD  Linux  Elektrotechnik  Hintergründe  TOP  Inspiration 
may 2017 by snearch
802.eleventy what? A deep dive into why Wi-Fi kind of sucks
Jim Salter gets into the nitty gritty of how WiFi works and how the marketing departments of most router companies are very economical with the truth about bandwidth and throughput.
WiFi  802.11  Arstechnica  Jim  Salter  router  article  tutorial 
march 2017 by searchmeister

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