Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA)
The CWNAÂ® (Certified Wireless Network Administrator) certification is a foundation level wireless LAN certification for the CWNP (Certified Wireless Network Professional) Program. Under CWNP there are other certification courses such as Wireless# , CWNA , CWSP, CWAP, CWNE and CWNT.
Among these courses, Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering of Daffodil International University is offering â€œThe CWNAÂ® (Certified Wireless Network Administrator) certification coursesâ€ for the students of DIU as well as of other universities to produce skilled professionals in this field so that they can compete in the job market.
CWNA certification will get the students started in their wireless career by ensuring that they have enough skills to successfully administer enterprise-class wireless LANs.
Benefits of CWNA Certification
â€¢ Opens the door to wireless networking opportunities in the enterprise.
â€¢ Offers a career differentiator, with enhanced credibility and marketability.
â€¢ Makes a technical leader with the ability to successfully implement wireless solutions for the organization or the client.
â€¢ Keeps skills ahead of the curve in the rapidly changing field of networking.
In the theory classes the students are taught Radio Frequency (RF) fundamentals, RF behavior and properties, Spread Spectrum Technologies, Antennas and Accessories, Wireless Network Management, Organizations and Standards, 802.11 Network Architecture, Joining a wireless LAN, Hardware Installation, Configuration, and Management, Access points, Wireless LAN switches, VoWiFi systems, Wireless Routers, Troubleshooting Wireless LANs, Physical and MAC Layers, Wireless LAN Security, Site Surveying etc.
The necessary laboratory equipment like wireless access points, wireless PCI cards, Flash cards, GPS, GPRS modems etc. have been procured to provide the students sufficient practical knowledge about wireless networking and its trouble shooting. In the laboratory, students do experiments on Infrastructure Mode Connectivity, Infrastructure Mode Throughput Analysis, Ad Hoc Connectivity and Throughput Analysis, Cell Sizing and Automatic Rate Selection (ARS) in an Infrastructure Environment, Co-Channel and Adjacent Channel Interference, Rudimentary Security Features etc.
CWNA candidates are required to pass 1 examination. Students may appear this examination online and Daffodil International University has its own facility and takes very nominal costs from the students to appear in the online examination.
Note: Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering run this course and we already completed 5th Batch successfully.