Wireless Networking

Wireless Networking Is the New Cellular.

Remember back in the day when we had a brick Motorola cellular phone. My mom had one in the car so she could call me to come pick her up from the post office. Anyone over 29 will remember.

I remember the time because at the time I was a telecommunications specialist in the
 army with a green brick phone at my disposal during field exercises.

 I also remember thinking this cell phone is eventually going to replace my home phone. In 2001 I reduced my home plan down to (no kidding) $23.00 dollars a month basic service and used my cell phone as my house phone. I should have invested in stocks. Motorola stock went up and like most people I never saw that coming.

Like cell phones just about everything connected to a network will eventually be wireless. It won't be long before network servers and high throughput devices go wireless.

We are seeing devices that transmit Hi-Def TV and DVD signal from AV receiver to a monitor. Wireless networking technology has changed the face of enterprise, small-to-medium, and SOHO Biz and personal networking.

CWNA Certified Wireless Network Administrator Official Study Guide: Exam PW0-104 (CWNP Official Study Guides)Now is the time to capitalize on the opportunities that wireless networking
 brings to Information Technology careers. The Certified Wireless Network
 Administrator-CWNA certification is the first step in the Certified Wireless
 Network Professional-CWNP line of certifications and is focused on
 administering an enterprise 802.11 WLAN. CWNA includes topics such as
 802.11 standards, security, management, protocol analysis, QoS, site
 surveying,  and radio frequency.

Instek GSP-827 Spectrum AnalyzerAdditional certifications focus more intensely on security, protocol analysis, Instek GSP-827 Spectrum Analyzer $4, 2300.00
  • Frequency Range: 9kHz~2.7GHz
  • Input Range: -100dBm~+20dBm
  • Average Noise Floor: -130dBm/Hz
  • Power Measurements: ACPR/OCBW/CH Power
  • Split Window: Simultaneous Measurements in Two Separate Frequency Spans
QoS, design, advanced surveying, VoWiFi, location tracking, and RF spectrum management.

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