Employees of federal, state and local governments; and businesses working with the government.
Wireless training is becoming more and more important as wireless technology is becoming more and more prominent in the IT world. Do your Network Administrators have the knowledge needed to implement and deploy a wireless network? Are necessary precautions being taken to ensure your wireless network’s security? Have they received the training that they need to deploy a successful wireless network? Get a head start in this emerging technology with this seminar offered at IT Dojo.
Wireless LANs: Concepts, Implementation and Analysis provides networking professionals a complete foundation of knowledge for entering into or advancing in the wireless networking industry. From basic RF theory to link budget math, including topics from troubleshooting to performing a site survey, this five day session delivers hands on training that will benefit the novice as well as the experienced network professional. This training targets individuals who wish to gain a solid understanding of wireless networking to complement their knowledge of traditional wired networking.
You will learn the following:
- Radio Frequency (RF) Fundamentals
- Spread Spectrum Technologies
- Hardware Installation, Configuration, and Management
- Troubleshooting Wireless LANs
- Antennas and Accessories
- Wireless Network Management
- Physical and MAC Layers
- Wireless LAN Security
- Organizations and Standards
- 802.11 Network Architecture
- Infrastructure Mode Connectivity
- Infrastructure Mode Throughput Analysis
- Ad Hoc Connectivity and Throughput Analysis
- Cell Sizing and Automatic Rate Selection (ARS) in an Infrastructure Environment
- Co-Channel and Adjacent Channel Interference
- Site Surveying
Network+ or CCNA level knowledge are recommended, but not required.
What Clients Have to Say
“As a networking instructor and a technical writer, I need to keep abreast of the latest in I.T. and network certifications. I have taken two courses at IT Dojo that helped me in this regard. The first was a seminar covering content on the CWNA wireless certification exam. I used the knowledge in that seminar to create a 4-credit wireless course at my college, pass the CWNA exam, and write a CWNA lab manual. I also took IT Dojo’s IPv6 training and am looking forward to using that knowledge in much the same way. Both seminars were engaging and informative. The small and intimate setting created a friendly and relaxed atmosphere where it was easy to ask questions and get feedback. I would definitely recommend IT Dojo to anyone seeking to learn or upgrade their I.T. networking skills.”