Bibliography on Wi Fi


Books Available in RC

  1. Andrews, Jeffrey G., Ghosh, Arunabha., and Muhamed, Rias., Frank Roeder., Wi-Fi handbook: building 802.11b wireless networks, Konrad.- New York: McGraw-Hill, 2003.
    Call No.004.678/OHR       Acc. No. 009826


  2. Smith, Raymond J., Wi-Fi home networking, New York: McGraw-Hill, 2003.
    Call No. 004.68/SMI       Acc. No.009825


  3. Ohrtman, Frank., WiMAX handbook : building 802.16 wireless networks. New York : McGraw-Hill, 2005.
    Call No. 621.38456 REF       Acc. No. 014638


  4. Vladimirov, Andrew A., Gavrilenko, Konstantin V., and Mikhailovsky, Andrei A., Wi-Foo : the secrets of wireless hacking, Boston: Addison-Wesley, 2004.
    Call No. 005.8/VLA       Acc. No. 012879


  5. Davis, Harold., Absolute beginner's guide to Wi-Fi wireless networking, Indiana: Que/SAMS, 2004.
    Call No. 004.68/DAV       Acc. No. 010178


  6. Smith, Raymond J., Wi-Fi home networking, New York: McGraw-Hill, 2003.[With Wi-Fi home networking (Book's Acc. 009825)]
    Call No.: 004.68/SMI       Acc. No. c00847


  7. Sweeney, Daniel, WiMax operator's manual: building 802.16 wireless networks, Berkeley: Apress, 2004.
    Call No.005.754/SWE       Acc. No. 011144


  8. Labiod, Houda, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee and WiMax, Boston: Springer, 2007. (Book underprocess)


  9. Wi-fi experience: everyone's guide to 802.11b wireless networking, Mansfield: Pearson Education India, 2001. (Book under process)




Papers from ACM Journals


  1. Linux makes Wi-Fi happen in New York city

  2. Unintended invitation: organizational wi-fi use by external roaming users

  3. Wireless networking security: Why Wi-Fi wants to be free

  4. It's a Wi-Fi world

  5. Business: the 8th layer: Wi-Fi and the morality of sharing

  6. Design of an enhanced access point to optimize TCP performance in Wi-Fi hotspot networks

  7. Indoor location tracking using RSSI readings from a single Wi-Fi access point

  8. What Do You Know? Rational Expectations in Information Technology Adoption and Investment

  9. Static and dynamic 4-way handshake solutions to avoid denial of service attack in Wi-Fi protected access and IEEE 802.11i

  10. Best papers from WMASH 2004: Reputation-based Wi-Fi deployment



Papers from IEEE/IET Journals (IEL Online Library)


  1. In brief: Wi-Fi certification program aims to boost battery life

  2. Securing Wi-Fi networks

  3. Metropolitan-scale Wi-Fi mesh networks

  4. A match made in packets - coming soon: cellular handsets that can use a Wi-Fi network

  5. Wi-Fi--The Nimble Musician in Your Laptop

  6. Will the New Wi-Fi Fly?

  7. The challenge of Wi-Fi roaming

  8. Bayesian detection of Wi-Fi transmitter RF fingerprints

  9. Teaching wireless communication and networking fundamentals using Wi-Fi projects

  10. Wi-Fi hotspot networks sprout like mushrooms

  11. Wi-Fi (802.11b) and Bluetooth: enabling coexistence

  12. Bluetooth and Wi-Fi wireless protocols: a survey and a comparison

  13. Optimizing Wireless LAN for Longwall Coal Mine Automation

  14. Evaluating Next-Cell Predictors with Extensive Wi-Fi Mobility Data

  15. Wi-Fi Could Augment GPS

  16. More air for Wi-Fi?

  17. IEEE802.11 sensor networking

  18. Speaking of Wi-Fi

  19. The Future Arrives ... Finally

  20. Wu-Fi nodes to talk amongst themselves [mesh technology standard that lowers cost of wireless networks]

  21. Top U.S. officials successfully defend IEEE's Wi-Fi standard

  22. Layout-level synthesis of RF inductors and filters in LCP substrates for Wi-Fi applications

  23. Sensor Measurements for Wi-Fi Location with Emphasis on Time-of-Arrival Ranging

  24. Business impact of municipal Wi-Fi networks [MicroBusiness]

  25. Municipal Wi-Fi: big wave or wipeout?

  26. Wi-Fi akes new turn with "wireless-G"

  27. For-fee hot spots strive to make Wi-Fi pay

  28. Wireless MAN Standard Signals Next-Gen Opportunities

  29. Effect of dielectric properties on the peak 1-and 10-g SAR for 802.11 a/b/g frequencies 2.45 and 5.15 to 5.85 GHz

  30. Wireless security - How safe is Z-wave?

  31. Wi-Fi in the sky

  32. WI-FI Mania

  33. WI-FI heads for the home

  34. Chameleon: a dual-mode 802.11b/Bluetooth receiver system design

  35. Positioning Bluetooth/spl reg/ and Wi-Fi/spl trade/ systems



SpringerLink Papers


  1. An adaptive delay and synchronization control scheme for Wi-Fi based audio/video conferencing

  2. Adaptive Delay and Synchronization Control for Wi-Fi Based Mobile AV Conferencing

  3. Alternative technologies for rural areas-what about the 'alternative' dimension of Wi-Fi?

  4. Design of an enhanced access point to optimize TCP performance in Wi-Fi hotspot networks

  5. 802.11 power-saving mode for mobile computing in Wi-Fi hotspots: Limitations, enhancements and open issues

  6. Wi-Fi based broadband wireless access for users on the road

  7. Of Coffee Shops and Parking Lots: Considering Matters of Space and Place in the Use of Public Wi-Fi

  8. Indoor location tracking using RSSI readings from a single Wi-Fi access point

  9. Analysis of a Campus-Wide Wireless Network



Papers from ACM Conference Proceedings (ACM Digital Library)


  1. Energy efficiency: Wireless wakeups revisited: energy management for voip over wi-fi smartphones

  2. Measurements: A measurement study of vehicular internet access using in situ Wi-Fi networks

  3. Challenge papers: Challenge: CeTV and Ca-Fi - cellular and Wi-Fi over CATV

  4. Security: Enhancing the security of corporate Wi-Fi networks using DAIR

  5. Sensor networks: Sensor-assisted wi-fi indoor location system for adapting to environmental dynamics

  6. Handheld computing (HHC): Pocket PC beacons: Wi-Fi based human tracking and following

  7. Applications: Providing information to the users of public transportation by combining Wi-Fi network and satellite communications

  8. Applications, services, and architecture: Reputation-based Wi-Fi deployment protocols and security analysis

  9. Analysis of a Wi-Fi hotspot network

  10. Integrated support for handoff management and context awareness in heterogeneous wireless networks

  11. Partitioned ROBDDs-a compact, canonical and efficiently manipulable representation for Boolean functions

  12. Architecture: CarTel: a distributed mobile sensor computing system

  13. Location-awareness and interworking: Interoperability of Wi-Fi hotspots and cellular networks

  14. Extended abstracts: Authentication on the edge: distributed authentication for a global open wi-fi network



Papers from Lecture Notes in Computer Science


  1. An Empirical Wi-Fi Based Location Mechanism for Urban Search and Rescue Operations

  2. Power-Saving in Wi-Fi Hotspots: An Analytical Study

  3. Detecting and Blocking Unauthorized Access in Wi-Fi Networks

  4. Performance Evaluation of Certificate Based Authentication in Integrated Emerging 3G and Wi-Fi Networks

  5. A Scalable Port Forwarding for P2P-Based Wi-Fi Applications

  6. Mixed Usage of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for Formulating an Efficient Mobile Conferencing Application

  7. Analytical Modeling of TCP Clients in Wi-Fi Hot Spot Networks

  8. Advanced Point of Care System for reducing Adverse Drug Events using 13.56/900 MHz RFID, Wi-Fi, Text-To-Speech Technology in Ajou University Hospital

  9. Throughput Evaluation and Enhancement of TCP Clients in Wi-Fi Hot Spots



Papers from IEEE/IET Conference (IEL Online Library)


  1. A secure server-paid hot spot Wi-Fi Internet service method

  2. Wi-Fi Protected Access for Protection and Automation a work in progress by CIGRE Working

  3. Metamodeling of Wi-Fi Performance

  4. Local Connectivity Solution over Bluetooth and Wi-Fi

  5. Coexistence Mechanism Using Dynamic Fragmentation for Interference Mitigation between Wi-Fi Bluetooth

  6. Wireless broadband provisioning using single radio multihop Wi-Fi systems with chain topology

  7. Packet fragmentation in Wi-Fi ad hoc networks with correlated channel failures

  8. KMS: a key management system for multi-provider interconnected Wi-Fi WLANs

  9. Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11) and Bluetooth coexistence: issues and solutions

  10. Impact of Wireless (Wi-Fi, WiMAX) on 3G and Next Generation — An Initial Assessment

  11. PISA: P2P Wi-Fi Internet Sharing Architecture

  12. Visual Tracking of Pedestrians Jointly using Wi-Fi Location System on Distributed Camera Network

  13. Wi-Fi Performance Measurements in the Crowded Office Environment: a Case Study

  14. Influence of Wi-Fi computer interfaces on RF measurement systems

  15. Multi-Sensor Fusion Tracking Using Visual Information and WI-Fl Location Estimation

  16. Spectral signatures and interference of 802.11 Wi-Fi signals with Barker code spreading

  17. WI-FI Tracker: an Organization WI-FI Tracking System

  18. An Efficient Implementation of File Sharing Systems on the Basis of WiMAX and Wi-Fi

  19. Throughput analysis of Wi-Fi based broadband access for mobile users on the highway

  20. Grouping WI-MAX, 3G and WI-FI for wireless broadband

  21. A novel approach for localisation based on Wi-Fi

  22. A 2.4 GHz concurrent radio transceiver architecture for Bluetooth and Wi-Fi

  23. LOCADIO: inferring motion and location from Wi-Fi signal strengths

  24. Tandem voice communications: digital cellular, VoIP, and voice over Wi-Fi

  25. The interoperability of Wi-Fi hotspots and packet cellular networks and the impact of user behaviour

  26. Wi-Fi community area networks enable a connected community

  27. Using Wi-Fi for cost-effective broadband wireless access in rural and remote areas

  28. Video distribution with edge stations and Wi-Fi delivery networks

  29. Version of the Attenuation Calculation Model of the Broadband Signal in the Radio Circuit of the Local Communications Network (Knure Wi-Fi Model)

  30. The Pareto or Truncated Pareto Distribution? Measurement-Based Modeling of Session Traffic for Wi-Fi Wireless Internet Access

  31. Context-Aware Multimedia Middleware Solutions for Counteracting IEEE 802.11 Performance Anomaly

  32. A Real-Time Study of 802.11b and 802.11g

  33. Particle Filters and Position Tracking in Wi-Fi Networks

  34. Performance analysis of hybrid broadband access technologies using PLC and Wi-Fi

  35. A self-managed scheme for free citywide Wi-Fi

  36. 11 Mbps CCK - Modulated 802.11b Wi-Fi: Spectral Signature and Interference

  37. Differential VoIP service in Wi-Fi networks and priority QoS maps

  38. Mobile IPv6 Mobility Management in Integrated Wi-Fi and WiMAX Networks

  39. Characterization of an Unintentional Wi-Fi Interference Device ¿ the Residential Microwave Oven

  40. Wifi Broadband Networks for Wide Rural and Remote Areas

  41. Secure and flexible support for visitors in enterprise Wi-Fi networks

  42. Securing internal Wi-Fi networks with position verification

  43. Efficiently managing location information with privacy requirements in Wi-Fi networks: a middleware approach

  44. Wi-Fi based train safety and communication solution

  45. A fully-integrated CMOS RF front-end for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth

  46. Adaptive delay and synchronization control for Wi-Fi based AV conferencing

  47. Evaluating location predictors with extensive Wi-Fi mobility data

  48. Experimental analysis of an application-independent energy management policy for Wi-Fi hotspots

  49. Virtual prepaid tokens for Wi-Fi hotspot access

  50. IEEE802.11 sensor networking [wireless network]

  51. QoS Performance Analysis of Multi-Radio Multi-Hop Wi-Fi Chain Network

  52. VoWF (Vo-IP over Wi-Fi)

  53. Comparative analysis of new high data rate wireless communication technologies "From Wi-Fi to WiMAX"

  54. High Capacity VoIP Services in 802.11 Networks

  55. Assessing coexistence problems of IEEE 802.11b and IEEE 802.15.4 wireless networks through cross-layer measurements

  56. Merit of PHY-MAC Cross-Layer Carrier Sensing: A MAC-Address-based Physical Carrier Sensing Scheme for Solving Hidden-Node and Exposed-Node Problems in Large-Scale Wi-Fi Networks

  57. Voice performance study on single radio multihop IEEE 802.11b systems with chain topology

  58. A new MAC protocol for Wi-Fi mesh networks



IEEE Standards on Wi Fi ( IEL Online Library)


    Active

  1. 802.11-2007
    IEEE Standard for Information technology-Telecommunications and information exchange between systems-Local and metropolitan area networks-Specific requirements - Part 11: Wireless LAN Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) Specifications,2007, pp.C1-1184.

  2. ISO/IEC 8802 11:2005(E) IEEE Std 802.11i-2003
    Information technology - Telecommunications and information exchange between systems - Local and metropolitan area networks - Specific requirements Part 11: Wireless LAN Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) specifications (Includes IEEE Std 802.11, 1999 Edition; IEEE Std 802.11a.-1999; IEEE Std 802.11b.-1999; IEEE Std 802.11b.-1999/Cor 1-2001; and IEEE Std 802.11d.-2001),2005, pp.1-721.

  3. ISO/IEC 8802-11:2005/Amd.4:2006(E) IEEE Std 802.11g-2003
    Information technology- Telecommunications and information exchange between systems- Local and metropolitan area networks- Specific requirements- Part 11: Wireless LAN Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) specifications Amendment 4: Further Higher Data Rate Extension in the 2.4 GHz Band, 2006, pp.C1-68.

  4. ISO/IEC 8802-11:2005/Amd.5:2006(E) IEEE Std 802.11h-2003
    Information technology- Telecommunications and information exchange between systems- Local and metropolitan area networks- Specific requirements- Part 11: Wireless Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) specifications Amendment 5: Spectrum and transmit power management extensions in the 5 GHz band in Europe,2006, pp.C1-60.

  5. ISO/IEC 8802-11, Second edition: 2005/Amendment 6 2006: IEEE STD 802.11i-2004
    International Standard - Information technology A Telecommunications and information exchange between systems Local and metropolitan area networks Specific requirements Part 11: Wireless LAN Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) specifications AMENDMENT 6: Medium Access Control (MAC) Security Enhancements,2004, pp.C1-178.


  6. Archived

  7. 802.11-1997
    IEEE Std 802.11-1997 Information Technology- telecommunications And Information exchange Between Systems-Local And Metropolitan Area Networks-specific Requirements-part 11: Wireless Lan Medium Access Control (MAC) And Physical Layer (PHY) Specifications, 1997, pp. i-445.

  8. 802.11-1999
    Information technology- Telecommunications and information exchange between systems- Local and metropolitan area networks- Specific requirements- Part 11: Wireless LAN Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) Specifications, 2003, pp. i-513.

  9. 802.11a-1999
    Supplement to IEEE standard for information technology telecommunications and information exchange between systems - local andmetropolitan area networks - specific requirements. Part 11: wirelessLAN Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY), Specifications:high-speed physical layer in the 5 GHz band, 1999.

  10. 802.11b-1999
    Supplement To IEEE Standard For Information Technology- Telecommunications And Information Exchange Between Systems- Local And Metropolitan Area Networks- Specific Requirements- Part 11: Wireless LAN Medium Access Control (MAC) And Physical Layer (PHY) Specifications: Higher-speed Physical Layer Extension In The 2.4 GHz Band,2000, i-90.

  11. 802.11b-1999/Cor 1-2001
    IEEE standard for information technology - telecommunications andinformation exchange between systems - local and metropolitan areanetworks - specific requirement. Part 11: wireless LAN medium accesscontrol (MAC) and Physical layer (PHY) specifications. Amendment 2:higher-speed physical lyaer (PHY) extension in the 2.4 GHz band -corrigendum 1, 2001.

  12. 802.11d-2001
    IEEE standard for information technology - telecommunications andinformation exchange between systems - local and metropolitan areanetworks - specific requirement. Part 11: wireless LAN medium accesscontrol (MAC) and physical layer (PHY) specification. Amendment 3:specifications for operation in additional regulatory domains, 2001.

  13. 802.11e-2005
    IEEE Standard for Information technology - Telecommunications and information exchange between systems - Local and metropolitan area networks - Specific requirements Part 11: Wireless LAN Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) specifications Amendment 8: Medium Access Control (MAC) Quality of Service Enhancements, 2005, pp. 1-189.

  14. 802.11F-2003
    IEEE trial-use recommended practice for multi-vendor access point interoperability via an inter-access point protocol across distribution systems supporting ieee 802.11 operation, 2003, pp. 1-67.

  15. 802.11g-2003
    IEEE standard for information technology- telecommunications and information exchange between systems- local and metropolitan area networks-specific requirements Part II: wireless LAN medium access control (MAC) and physical layer (PHY) specifications, 2003, i-67.

  16. 802.11h-2003 IEEE Std. 802.11h - 2003

  17. 802.11i-2004
    IEEE Standard for Information technology- Telecommunications and information exchange between systems- Local and metropolitan area networks- Specific requirements Part 11: Wireless LAN Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) specifications Amendment 6: Medium Access Control (MAC) Security Enhancements, 2004, 1-175.

  18. 802.11j-2004
    IEEE Standard for Information technology- Telecommunications and information exchange between systems- Local and metropolitan area networks- Specific requirements Part 11: Wireless LAN Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) specifications Amendment 7: 4.9 GHz-5 GHz Operation in Japan, 2004, pp. 1-40.



IEEE ComSoc Tutorials


  1. Soomro, Amjad N., Sai Shankar., A-T of IEEE 802.11 wireless LAN protocols - an in - depth look at the current standard and upcoming future amendments.
    New York: IEEE Communications Society, 2005.
    Call No.: 621.319/SOO       Acc. No. A00180


  2. Bing, Benny., Advances in wireless local area networks. New York: IEEE Communications Society, 2005
    Call No. 621.382/BIN       Acc. No. A00181


  3. Smith, Raymond J., Wi-Fi home networking, New York: McGraw-Hill, 2003.[With Wi-Fi home networking (Book's Acc. 009825)]
    Call No.: 004.68/SMI       Acc. No. c00847




Online Resources on Wi Fi


  1. Wi-Fi Alliance

  2. Howstuffworks "How WiFi Works"

  3. Wi-Fi Networking News

  4. The WiFi Weblog

  5. Free Wi-Fi News

  6. Wi-Fi White Papers, Wi-Fi

  7. Wi-Fi (802.11) White Papers, Webcasts and Case Studies at silicon.com

  8. Wi-Fi Connection Tutorial

  9. WiFi 411 Online Hotspots Directory: Introduction to Wi-Fi

  10. Wi-Fi Planet



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