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Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) certification is the foundation level enterprise Wi-Fi certification for the CWNP Program, and CWNA is required for your CWSP and CWNE certifications. Your CWNA certification will get you started in your wireless career by ensuring you have the skills to successfully survey, install, and administer enterprise Wi-Fi networks. The CWNA certification measures your ability to administer any wireless LAN. A wide range of topics focusing on the 802.11 wireless LAN Technology are covered in the coursework.
CWNA COURSE WORK* Topics : Wireless Standards and Organization, Communications Fundamentals, Carrier Signals, RF Fundamentals, Polarity, Wavelength, Frequency, Amplitude, Phase, Wave Propagation, Absorption, Reflection, Scattering, Refraction, Diffraction, Attenuation, Free Space Path Loss, Multipath, Gain, RF Components, Transmitter, Receiver, EIRP, RSSI, Link Budget, Fade Margin, Inverse Square Law, Active and Passive Gain, Azimuth and Elevation Chart, Beamwidth, Antenna Types, Omni-directional, Semi-directional, Highly-directional, Phased Array & Sector Antennas, Visual Line of Sight, RF Line of Sight, Fresnel Zone, Earth Bulge, Antenna Polarization, Antenna Diversity, MIMO, Antenna Connection and Installation, VSWR, Antenna Mounting and Accessories, Cables, Connectors, Splitters, Amplifiers, Attenuators, IEEE 802.11 Standards & Amendments, 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11d, 802.11f, 802.11h, 802.11i, 802.11j, 802.11e, 802.11k, 802.11m, 802.11n, 802.11p, 802.11r, 802.11s, 802.11t, 802.11u, 802.11v, 802.11w, Wireless Networks and SS Technologies, ISM Bands, UNII Bands, FHSS, Hopping Sequence, Dwell Time, Hop Time, Modulation, 802.11/b/g Channels, DSSS, DSSS Data Encoding, Modulation, PBCC, OFDM, CC, 802.11a Channels, Throughput vs. Bandwidth, WLAN Topologies, Wireless Networking Topologies, WWAN, WMAN, WPAN, WLAN, 802.11 Topologies, AP, Client, DS, WDS, SSID, BSS, BSSID, BSA, ESS, IBSS, Non standard 802.11 Topologies, 802.11 Configuration Modes, AP Modes, Client Station Modes, MAC, CSMA/CA vs. CSMA/CD, DCF, IFS, CD, CS, Duration/ID Field, Random Back-off Time, DCF Flowchart, PCF, 802.11 vs. 802.3 Frame Format, Management Frames, Control & Data Frames, Layer 3 Integration with 802.11 Frames, Beacon, Passive & Active Scanning, Open System Authentication, Shared Key Authentication, Association, Authentication and Association States, Roaming, Re-association, Disassociation, De-authentication, MAC Architecture, ACK Frame, Fragmentation, 802.11g Protection Mechanism, RTS/CTS, CTS-to-Self, Power Management, Active & Power Save Mode, TIM, DTIM, ATIM,WMM, Wireless Devices, WLAN Client Devices, Radio Card Formats & Chipsets, Client Utilities, WLAN Architecture, AP–Intelligent Edge Architecture, WNMS, Centralized, Distributed & Unified WLAN Architecture, WLAN Infrastructure Devices, Wireless Workgroup Bridge, WLAN Bridges, Enterprise W-Gateway, Residential W-Gateway, VPN W-Router, WLAN Mesh Routers, Enterprise Encryption Gateway, Virtual AP System, PoE, PoE Devices, Network Design, Implementation & Management, Core, Distribution, and Access, Capacity vs. Coverage, Corporate Data Access and End User Mobility, Network Extension to Remote Areas, Bridging, WISP, SOHO, Mobile Office Networking, 802.11 Coverage, Dynamic Rate Switching, Roaming, Layer 3 Roaming, Co-Channel Interference, Channel Reuse, Hidden Node, Near/Far, Interference, Performance, 802.11 Network Security Architecture, Encryption, AAA, Segmentation, Legacy 802.11 Security, Legacy Authentication, Static WEP Encryption, MAC Filters, SSID Cloaking, AAA, 802.1X/EAP, Dynamic Encryption Key Generation, WPA/802.11i, RSN, 4-Way Handshake, WPA/WPA2 Personal, TKIP, CCMP, VLANs, RBAC, Infrastructure, Physical, Interface & VPN Wireless Security, Layer 3 VPNs, Wireless Attacks, Intrusion Monitoring, and Policy, Rogue AP, Peer-to-Peer Attacks, Eavesdropping, Encryption Cracking, Authentication Attacks, MAC Spoofing, Management Interface Exploits, Wireless Hijacking, DoS, WIDS, WIPS, Mobile WIDS, Spectrum Analyzer, Wireless & Functional Security Policy, RF & WLAN Site Survey.