Wi-Fi System Engineering

This course seeks to provide a concise overview of the architecture and operation of a typical Wi-Fi network. This includes an analysis of the Wi-Fi frame structure, as well detailing the access techniques Wi-Fi devices use to find and utilize a Wi-Fi network. The course also includes focus on two key areas that must be considered; Wi-Fi security and Wi-Fi QoS.

This course will contain the following sections:

  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Topic areas covered include
  • What is Wi-Fi?
  • Where is Wi-Fi?
  • Wi-Fi Network Configurations
  • Radio Frequencies and Coverage
  • Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing
  • Wi-Fi Frame Structure
  • Wi-Fi Addressing and Operation
  • What is Wi-Fi Used For?
  • Data / Wi-Fi Offload
  • Voice / Wi-Fi Calling
  • Who Controls Wi-Fi?
  • Duration: 1.5 hours
  • Topic areas covered include
  • Transferring Data across the Network
  • Contention Resolution
  • The Coordination Functions
  • Interframe Spacing
  • Random Backoff / Backoff Procedure
  • Finding a Wi-Fi Network
  • Scanning for Wi-Fi
  • Probing for Wi-Fi
  • Tracking Wi-Fi Devices
  • Joining a Wi-Fi Network
  • Authentication
  • Association
  • Wi-Fi Mobility / Portability
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Topic areas covered include
  • Native Wi-Fi Security
  • Security Principles
  • Security Vulnerabilities
  • Wi-Fi Protected Access / 802.11i
  • 802.1x / Extensible Authentication Protocol
  • Pre Shared Key
  • Over the Top Security
  • IPSec
  • IPSec Modes of Operation
  • Quality of Service
  • Enhanced Distributed Channel Access
  • Arbitration Interframe Space
  • Traffic Classification
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Duration 1/2 day
CPD Learning Credits 3

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