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CNAP Fundamentals of Wireless LANs Engineering Journal and Workbook

by: Cisco Systems Inc

On-line Price: $9.95 (includes GST)

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Retail Price: $39.95

Publisher: CISCO PRESS,2003/09/15

Category: Level: I/A

ISBN: 158713120X
ISBN13: 9781587131202

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The only Cisco approved Engineering Journal and Workbook for the Cisco Networking Academy Program Fundamentals of Wireless LANs curriculum


  Maps to online curriculum

Additional exercises and focus questions are included to fully integrate the learning experience with the online course

Includes information beyond the curriculum for further study

The demand for wireless courses that prepare students for wireless certification and the core knowledge of wireless equipment and technology has grown significantly within the past year. The Fundamentals of Wireless LANs course will cover the basics of wireless LANs and prepare the student for the Cisco Wireless LAN Support Specialist designation.


  The Engineering Journal and Workbook supplements the online curriculum for a fully integrated learning package. The first part of the journal provides an overview of wireless networking technologies, both fixed and mobile, terrestrial and satellite, wireless LANs, and wireless last loops. The next section focuses on wireless clients, access points, and the corresponding Cisco Aironet products. The last section of the book pulls together the information in the previous sections and covers the entire process of designing, planning, and installing a wireless LAN. The Journal includes additional exercises and focus questions, as well as the opportunity to begin a best-practice journal for the workplace.

Table of Contents

Preface.


      Introduction.


        1. Introduction to Wireless LANs.


        2. IEEE 802.11 and Network Interface Cards.


        3. Wireless Radio Technology.


        4. Wireless Topologies.


        5. Access Points.


        6. Bridges.


        7. Antennas.


        8. Security.


        9. Application Design and Site Survey Preparation.


      10. Site Survey.


      11. Troubleshooting Management, Monitoring, and Diagnostics.


      12. Emerging Technologies.


      Appendix A: Answers to the Review Questions.