WiFi Training Course with Hands-On Labs (Online, Onsite, and Classroom Live)
Using lecture interspersed with lab work, this workshop will help you acquire a thorough understanding of 802.11 operations, with a focus on delivering a rich voice, video, and data user experience. You will learn about the physical layer and the challenges of operating in an unlicensed spectrum.
You will also gain an in-depth understanding of how to connect to a Wi-Fi network and send data. Covered are MAC frame format, 802.11e QoS, 802.11n high throughput, and 802.11ac very high throughput.
The lab work will require the participants to bring Windows-based laptops to the classroom, and it will use the spectrum analyzer Metageek Chanalyzer 4 and the packet analyzer Wireshark.
- 2 Days of WiFi Training Hands-On from an Authorized Instructor
- WiFi Training Hands-On Official Student Electronic Courseware
- Certificate of Completion
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- WiFi LAN Operation and Security Training
- WiFi Technology Principles and Operation Training
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- WiFi Technology, Applications, Design, and Deployment Training
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- If you are familiar with some aspects of WiFi Training Hands-On, we can omit or shorten their discussion.
- We can adjust the emphasis placed on the various topics or build the WiFi Training Hands-On course around the mix of technologies of interest to you (including technologies other than those included in this outline).
- If your background is nontechnical, we can exclude the more technical topics, include the topics that may be of special interest to you (e.g., as a manager or policy-maker), and present the WiFi Training Hands-On course in a manner understandable to lay audiences.
- Product developers, integrators, testers, managers, and others involved in creating the next-generation multimedia wireless Wi-Fi products, services, and solutions.
- Some prior exposure to wireless technologies will be helpful but is not required.
After completing this WiFi Training course, attendees will be able to:
- The objective of the WiFi Training course is to familiarize students with the various standards associated with WiFi technology, uses, deployment, and optimization principles to get the best performance and coverage for each application type.
Establishing the groundwork
- Introduction to Wi-Fi and spectrum considerations
- Key 802.11 specifications
- Introduction to the spectrum analyzer
- Introduction to packet analyzer Wireshark
- Contrasting 802.11 topologies
- Finding a Wi-Fi network
- Getting authenticated on a Wi-Fi network
- Sending data using the Distribution Coordination Function (DCF)
- How collisions are handled
- Sending data using Point Coordination Function (PCF)
- Analyzing 802.11 authentication
802.11 MAC frame structure
- Power save operations
- Sending multicast and broadcast frames
- Generic frame structure
- Frame types
- Multiple address fields
- QoS frame structure
- Recognizing 802.11 frame types
- Determining if 802.11 frames are protected
802.11e QoS objectives and applications
- Enhanced Distributed Channel Access (EDCA)
- Traffic priorities and Access Categories (AC)
- Hybrid Controlled Channel Access (HCCA)
- Negotiating a traffic stream
- Analyzing 802.11 QoS data
802.11 introduction to 802.11 physical layer
- A look at the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands
- Channel planning and deployment considerations
- Understanding 802.11a,g OFDM parameters
- How high data rates are achieved
IEEE 802.11n physical layer
- Contrasting 802.11g and n OFDM radios
- Modulation and coding scheme enhancements
- 40 MHz channels and subcarrier allocation
- Achieving 600 Mbps
- 802.11n MAC layer improvements required to support higher data rates
- Identifying channels and channel bandwidth
Radio techniques underlying IEEE 802.11n,ac
- Understanding OFDM
- How Spatial Multiplexing (SM) achieves higher data rates
- Multi-user MIMO
IEEE 802.11ac Very High Throughput
- Comparing and contrasting 802.11n and ac
- Multi-channel solutions
- High levels of modulation
- Explicit beamforming
- Improvements to frame aggregation
- Wi-Fi Alliance wave 1 certification
- A closer look at the 5 GHz band
- Course Recap and Q/A
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