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Wireless Hacks by Rob Flickenger. This guide to how to become a wireless sophisticate should be on the shelf of anyone with the urge to extend their range, make their own antennas, dive into the command line, or figure out the best way to connect two locations topographically. It's a fun book that brings back some of the thrill of yesterday, when hobbyists ruled the technology roost. Follow the link for more details.
The Wireless Networking Starter Kit by Adam Engst and Glenn Fleishman. Your humble editor of this Web site has written a 336-page tome with a colleague about the underpinnings of wireless networks and how to use them, including chapters on long-range wireless, using wireless on the road with hot spots and community networks, and configuring software (both clients and gateways).
Build Your Own Wi-Fi Network by Shelly Brisbin. This how-to book aimed at people who want to build their own wireless network using Wi-Fi offers practical background and step-by-step advice.
802.11 Wireless Networks: The Definitive Guide by Matthew Gast (O'Reilly & Associates).The book covers all the issues around using wireless network-based systems for IT professionals and programmers. The detailed approach to the protocol level issues surrounding Wi-Fi is a necessity for anyone trying to understand how to develop software that runs over a wireless network, or build networks around the protocols that underlie the 802.11 family. O'Reilly has a sample chapter online.
Building Wireless Community Networks by Rob Flickenger (O'Reilly and Associates, 2001). Publisher's description: "Building Wireless Community Networks offers a compelling case for building wireless networks on a local level: They are inexpensive, and they can be implemented and managed by the community using them, whether it's a school, a neighborhood, or a small business. This book also provides all the necessary information for planning a network, getting the necessary components, and understanding protocols that you need to design and implement your network." (Full review here.)
The CWNA Study Guide: training material for the certified wireless network administration test.