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Tales from the towers.

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

Tales from the tower – a great reading, no mater if You are beginner or wisp provider.

It takes a look over present last mile wireless wifi solutions, wireless interference, wifi antennas and all equipment You’ll need to start small or large wireless isp.

The author Rory Conaway talks about business models and possibilities to design different types of networks in different situations.  Tales from the tower may be considered as howto for building low cost wireless networks that cover small areas or huge wifi networks covering hundreds of kilometers.

In one word great reading.

Here a link to the first chapter of the series : Tales of the towers chapter 1 : wireless-isp-experience-building-large-wifi-networks Community Wireless Infrastructure Research Project

Thursday, October 22nd, 2009


I found this interesting site about community wireless providers – defiantly one of the interested readings at last time.

I recommend to take a look at

The Community Wireless Infrastructure Research Project (CWIRP) project brings together an interdisciplinary team of academic researchers and community and government partners to engage in in-depth case studies of public/community-based ICT initiatives in order to document and assess the various models, best practices and benefits of public ICT infrastructure provision in Canada.

Mikrotik User Meeting: Europe 2009

Wednesday, December 17th, 2008

Mikrotik has announced the new MUM: Mikrotik User Meeting, which will be placed in Prague, Czech Republic. It seems to be very interesting meeting, in great city.
MUM Czech Republic

The MikroTik User Meeting in Europe is finally set,
and it will take in Prague, capital of Czech Republic –
almost in the centre of Europe. With steadily growing
numbers of participants each year – we expect no less
than 700 people attending from all over the world
– and you should be one of them. This time we are
also offering Free registration, besides the standard
paid registration that includes a RouterOS license and
MUM will take place February 27-28, 2009.
Training before MUM will take place the same week.
More information on and