Wireless Networking in the Developing World

“This book is a practical guide to designing and building wireless networks in local communities, enhancing lives through improved communication, access to information for educational, social and economic growth. Its primary goal is to help expand access to the Internet and to expand the deployment of community networks where there is currently no infrastructure to enable this to happen. Written by subject matter experts who have vast experience in deploying wireless networks in the field and connecting communities to the global Internet.” For more information you can find the free book here:


DIY Wireless ISP (WISP)

This guide is focused on the very earliest stages of starting a WISP - determining feasibility up through connecting the first few customers. It includes step by step information.


2021 Tribal Wireless Bootcamp (Session 6)

This session discusses LTE basics.

2022 Tribal Broadband Bootcamp (Session 2)

This session discusses digital literacy, the NDIA (The National Digital Inclusion Alliance), digital navigators, best practices for wireless and open source LTE, and business models.

Supporting links\videos:

Configuring Wireless

Ubiquiti (referred to in the video) can be found by clicking here.

Other great resources include:

Wireless basics from Althea and the Internet Society

Overcoming Density Issues in Wireless Deployments by Gerald Thunderbird-Sky