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We are a group of dedicated professionals working towards a world-wide, people-centered, inclusive Information Society. Our goal is to make it easier for existing groups to offer wireless training. Please browse, download, comment and contribute. Each unit has been composed and presented by experts in teaching wireless networking.

Why Wireless (Wi-Fi)?

Advances in wireless technology make it very attractive for extending the Internet—either across the street or to the next town. Wi-Fi is fast, can go long distances, and is very affordable. Best of all, anyone can learn to use wireless to extend existing internet into other areas. The signal starts with you!

Wireless U Book

The second edition of the Wireless U book "Wireless Networking in the Developing World," a practical guide to planning and building low-cost telecommunications infrastructure. Click here to obtain a free download.


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Thu, 2011/03/10 - 01:53

NSRC 392010

The University of Oregon's Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC), which has helped to build Internet infrastructure and provide technical training in more than 100 countries around the world for...

Thu, 2011/03/10 - 01:29

As one of the most influential leaders of our time, and the face of South Africa’s incredible transition to democracy, Nelson Mandela’s name is almost synonymous with efforts to create meaningful dialogue and promote social justice. It is with huge excitement that today we announce a $1.25 million dollar grant to the Nelson Mandela...

Sun, 2011/02/20 - 05:21


A joint workshop by AIT's intERLab, Network Startup Resource Center NSRC, and WirelessU brought together 25 participants from 6 countries - Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar, Nepal, India, and Bhutan - with backgrounds ranging from academic, governmental and non-governmental, to private sector, and instructors from Indonesia, India/Tibet, USA, and Europe.

The 5 day program addressed...

Mon, 2011/01/31 - 06:02

Ermanno Pietrosemoli provided a written report on workshops which consists of lectures supplemented by practical exercises conducted over a five day period. The training was provided for those who have the required background and interest in building wireless broadband data network.


The workshops were made possible by a variety of organizations and dedicated people to insure...

Mon, 2011/01/31 - 04:10

Marco Zennaro successfully defends his PhD in Stockholm, Sweden.  Congratulations Marco!