Wi-Fi Engineering Overview
2 Days / 4 Live Online Sessions (0900-1230) / Technical Level: Level 2
Course Code: WR1501
This course presents an overview of the 802.11 family of wireless LAN technologies that are more commonly known as Wi-Fi. The course introduces the various forms of Wi-Fi currently in use and looks in detail at the structure, operation and functionality of Wi-Fi connections. It then examines the security mechanisms required to protect a Wi-Fi network. Consideration is also given to identifying common Wi-Fi problems and how to correct those issues in a Wi-Fi network.
Who would benefit
This course is suitable for communications professionals that will engaged in Wi-Fi network design and administration, and also those involved in deploying and maintaining Wi-Fi-based systems.
Delegates should ideally have a background in telecommunications or Information Technology with an interest in technology.
Topic Areas Include
Wireless LAN Technologies and Standards
MAC Frame Structures
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