netLabs!UG host Africa Code Week (ACW)

netLabs!UG with partners, CoCIS, Resilient Africa Network (RAN), HiveCOLAB and Women in Technology – Uganda (WITu) held the 2016 Africa Code Week (ACW). Hundreds of primary and secondary school children benefited from a computer coding programme that involved university students visiting the schools to run coding sessions followed by a visit by the kids to Makerere University for a challenge.  

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netLabs!UG mini-company

netLabs!UG established a mini-company in June as a vehicle for undergraduate researchers to gain skills experience over the summer break. It consisted of four weeks skills training in a number of areas, GNU/Linux, Python programming, MikroTik networking, GNU/Linux networking, IP Telephony (VoIP), Radio planning, MATHLAB and Project Management to be followed by the researchers developing a number of solutions based

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Industrial training 2016

miniNet a netLabs!UG mini-company begins operations on Monday the 6 June 2016 to facilitate industrial training for students selected recently who will join as under-graduate researchers. miniNet will deliver 4 weeks of intensive technical skills training across a number of areas, MikroTik, GNU/Linux, Python programming, MathLab, IP Telephony and Wireless. On completion of this foundation skills training under-graduate researchers will

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Cognitive Radio Sensor Networks

Providing Some Minimum Guarantee for Real-time Secondary Users in Cognitive Radio Sensor Networks Michael Okopa¹, Changa Andrew², Tonny Bulega² ¹ International University of East Africa, Faculty of Science and Technology, Kampala, Uganda ² Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda Previous studies of real-time traffic in Cognitive Radio Sensor Networks(CRSNs) were done using reservation-based method and an absolute priority method. In the absolute priority method, the traffic is classified as primary, real-time secondary

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Network Revolution

Network Revolution – Software Defined Networking and Network Function Virtualisation playing their part in the next Industrial Revolution Diarmuid Ó Briain¹ ², David Denieffe¹, Yvonne Kavanagh¹ and Dorothy Okello² ¹  GameCORE Research Centre, Department of Aerospace, Mechanical and Electronic Engineering, Institute of Technology, Carlow, Ireland ²  Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda Networking

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