ntc247 | undergraduate
Wireless Networking Concepts
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Recognize the concepts of radio frequency.
- Apply the components of radio frequency mathematics and measurements to wireless concepts.
- Identify radio frequency signal characteristics and antenna concepts.
- Identify industry organizations in wireless technology.
- Compare wireless modulation schemes used in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) wireless LANs.
- Explain the types of spread spectrum and underlying concepts.
- Explain 802.11 protocol and concepts.
- Identify IEEE 802.11 layers, methods, and functions.
Planning, Designing, and Deploying a Wireless LAN
- Describe the WLAN infrastructure devices and how to manage them.
- Describe implementation of WLAN technology and associated roles.
- Explain how to manage and troubleshoot WLAN implementations.
Securing and Managing a Wireless Network
- Identify 802.11 security issues, strengths and weaknesses, analysis, and troubleshooting.
- Describe the process and technical aspects of RF site surveys.
- Identify methods and equipment involved in site surveys.
Optimization and Future Wireless Technologies
- Recognize which options are available in long range wireless technology.
- Identify optimizations and future trends in wireless.
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