These Web Based Delivery courses focus on 802.11 Wi-Fi Technologies.

These courses are offered as Instructor Led Web based delivery using Cisco Webex, ZOOM, or HP My Rooms, or similar tools, or in they can be delivered in person.

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Course Registration

There are two ways to register for our wireless instructor led courses. 

1. Private Courses: Your company will provide you with an enrollment key when the course is scheduled.  Simply click on that course below and you will be prompted for an enrollment key.

2. Public Courses:  Click here to register, find the course and time, and register.  You will be provided further information at that time.

This 1-day course examines WiFi 802.11 Networking and Market Opportunities. This class is ideal for anyone looking for an introduction to WLANs and how Wi-Fi supports voice, video and data applications in both the enterprise and service provider environments. It focuses on the basic operations and terminology of the 802.11 Wireless Networking technologies. This course explores in detail how multiple users can share the wireless medium, attempt to avoid collisions, and overcoming the negative impacts of interference. It will also discuss the Hotspot 2.0 specification, which focuses on delivering carrier grade connectivity in service provider environments.  See the course details here.

This 1-day course provides an in-depth discussion on the WiFi 802.11n and 802.11ac specifications. This class is ideal for anyone looking for an in-depth understanding of WLANs and how they are evolving to support higher data rates and higher capacity enterprise solutions. The purpose of this course is to provide students with a detailed understanding of the IEEE 802.11n High Throughput standard. In addition to explaining the specifics of the 802.11n standard, this course also explains the underlying radio techniques that are deployed to attain the high data rates and the new deployment challenges that these radio techniques introduce, including coexistence and interference with existing infrastructures. Key features of emerging standard 802.11ac very high throughput will be discussed, and how this new technology will coexist with 802.11n.  See the course details here.

This 1-day course examines Wi-Fi 802.11ax Networking and Market Opportunities. This class is ideal for anyone looking for an introduction to WLANs and how Wi-Fi supports voice, video and data applications in both the enterprise and service provider environments.  It focuses on the basic operations and terminology of the 802.11 Wireless Networking technologies. This course explores in detail how multiple users can share the wireless medium, attempt to avoid collisions, and overcoming the negative impacts of interference. It will also discuss the Hotspot 2.0 specification, which focuses on delivering carrier grade connectivity in service provider environments.  See the course details here.

This is a 2-day hands-on course where learners will gain an in-depth understanding of 802.11ax features and capabilities. In this course the learner will analyze Wi-Fi 6 packet captures to reinforce key learnings. This course will also discuss the implementation challenges associated with the deployment of high density Wi-Fi 6 networks, and provide a technical comparison between 5G and Wi-Fi 6 deployments in the 6 GHz licensed-exempt band. See the course details here.

This 1-day instructor led technical course intended to give the student a thorough understanding of both the theoretical and practical aspects of wireless security.  Ease of sensitive and personal data access in the increasingly mobile world mean that most people in the wireless or telecommunications industries must understand how security applies to their technologies. New government and industry regulations also make security awareness mandatory in many roles across these industries. The purpose of this course is to provide students with a detailed understanding of security in wireless networks. In addition to understanding the specifics of the various wireless security standards, this course also explains how these standards work with other services and standards in real-world implementations to create a complete security infrastructure.  See the course details here.

This 1-day course is for anyone looking for an introduction to WLANs and how Wi-Fi supports voice and video applications in both the enterprise and the service provider environments. This course provides an in-depth discussion on the key specifications IEEE 802.11e QoS, 802.11k Radio Measurements, and 802.11v Wireless Network Management. These specifications provide essential support for real-time multimedia applications by enabling, measuring, and managing QoS on Wi-Fi networks. This course will also detail the IEEE 802.11r Fast BSS Transition and how it ensure a continued voice or video connection as users move between Access Points by defining a fast handover mechanism.   See the course details here.