Wireless LANs Training - Network Technology and Systems Administration (NTSA) Department
The Wireless LANs course advances students on a career path toward the following occupations: systems engineer, product support engineer, and systems integrator. For higher-education bound students, this course prepares them for electrical engineering or computer and management information systems degree programs.
As organizations increasingly depend on wireless technologies in their everyday practices, the Fundamentals of Wireless LANs course teaches students to develop, implement, and troubleshoot wireless networks. This hands-on, skills-based course focuses on the design, planning, implementation, operation, and troubleshooting of wireless networks. It covers a comprehensive overview of technologies, security, and design best practices. Acquired competencies include:
- Design a logical wireless LAN architecture for mobile wireless users in compliance with IEEE 802.11 standards.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the theory regarding the most common factors that influence WLANs (including EM spectrum, radio wave propagation, modulation techniques, and frequency and channel usage in wireless technologies).
- Installation of in-building and building-to-building WLANs with Cisco devices and appropriate antennas that meet mobility and throughput specifications, including the site survey and documentation.
- Perform hardware setup and software configuration of Cisco Aironet wireless products including security using WEP, Cisco LEAP, and 802.1x protocols.
- Upgrade wireless products and troubleshoot performance issues using event logging, command-line utilities, and diagnostic tools.
|Recommended Prerequisites||CNET-150 Nework Operating Systems||16 weeks||4|
|CNET-155A LAN Network Design||8 weeks||2|
|CNET-155B Router Configuration||8 weeks||2|
|Semester One||CNET-158 Wireless Networks||16 weeks||4|
Review academic requirements in the Catalog and in the Curriculum Guides. All students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to review academic program requirements and discuss their long-range academic plan.
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