• Basic understanding of networking 
  • Basic knowledge of how to set up Wi-Fi hotspots

Course objectives

This course explains in detail how to build wireless community networks to foster collective endeavor through a shared, intangible network.

It also includes wireless network standards, radio physics, practical network planning, IP network administration, radio device configuration, and securing wireless networks and others.

Reasons to enroll

  • This course is designed to provide learners with the skills and theoretical foundation on key aspects of wireless network build-out such as standards, networking, radio physics, and troubleshooting.
  • It includes implementing, designing, and maintaining efficient, cost-effective wireless network that comply with IEEE standards.

Who can enroll?

  • Network administrators
  • Network technicians
  • Students

Outcomes of this course

  • This course will teach the core concepts of networks, standards of Wi-Fi, radio physics, troubleshooting, etc.
  • Since all the technologies are now backed by the internet, professionals with skills to design, build, and maintain the network will increase as well.


E-Learning modules course; run time: 35 hours

  1. Wireless Networking Standards - IEEE
  2. Radio Physics
  3. Practical Planning
  4. Introduction to Networking
  5. The Network Layer
  6. Routing
  7. The Upper Layers
  8. Network Topologies and Infrastructure
  9. Radio Device Configuration
  10. Securing Wireless Networks
  11. Examples of Access Point Configuration
  12. Troubleshooting a Wireless Network


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