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CWS-100 eLearning

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CWS-100 eLearning
CWS-100 eLearning
MP4 | ENG | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1920x1080 | Audio: aac, 48000 Hz | Duration: 5h:28m:12s | Size File: 4.82 GB
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The Certified Wireless Specialist (CWS) eLearning course teaches the language of Wi-Fi as well as the typical hardware and software used in wireless local area networks (WLANs). The course is an exceptional starting point for those in wireless sales, marketing, entry-level support, and decision-making professionals related to 802.11 wireless networks.


Introduction
Course Introduction
CWS-100 Objectives
Industry Organizations
Common Wi-Fi Terminology
Summary
Chapter 1: Radio Frequency (RF)
Opening
Radio Frequency Defined
RF Wave Basics
RF Behaviors
RF Signal Strength
WLAN Scanners
How Wi-Fi Uses RF
Summary
Chapter 2: RF Hardware
Opening
Understanding Antennas
RF Radiation Patterns
Antenna Specifications
Antenna Charts
Antenna Types
Antennas Demonstrated
Additional RF Hardware
Summary
Chapter 3: The 802.11 Standard
Opening
IEEE Standards Development
802.11 Frequency Bands
802.11 Physical Layers (PHYs)
802.11 Non-PHY Amendments
Basic Service Sets
Summary
Chapter 4: Channel Plans and Performance Factors
Opening
WLAN Coverage
Capacity Planning
Feature Requirements
Poor Configuration
2.4 GHz Channels
5 GHz Channels
Channel Selection Best Practices
Staggered Channel Plan
Channel Selection Mistakes
Voice over IP (VoIP) Planning
Summary
Chapter 5: WLAN Security, BYOD, and Guest Access
Opening
Security Concepts
WPA and WPA2
Personal vs. Enterprise
Deprecated Security
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
Mobile Device Management (MDM)
Summary
Chapter 6: Enhanced 802.11 Functions
Opening
802.11 Mesh Networks
Quality of Service (QoS)
SISO vs. MIMO
Dynamic Rate Switching (DRS)
Backwards Compatibility
Fast and Secure Roaming (FSR)
Summary
Chapter 7: Wireless Access Points (APs)
Opening
AP Features and Functions
AP Specifications
Management Interfaces
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
AP Management
Summary
Chapter 8: Wireless Clients
Opening
Common WLAN Clients
WLAN Clients Demonstrated
Specialty 802.11 Devices
Single-Band vs. Multi-Band
Supported Security Options
Summary
Chapter 9: WLAN Requirements
Opening
Vertical Markets
Existing Networks
Coverage and Capacity
Bridge Links
Security Constraints
Use Cases and Access Types
Summary
Course Closing



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