PrepLogic CWNA training video: Radio frequency basics for the WLAN

In this PrepLogic CWNA training video, learn the basics of radio frequency for the WLAN, including wavelength characteristics and RF behaviors that affect network performance.

On the path to becoming a Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA), there's a lot of ground to cover, ranging from the basic functions of wireless communications to configuring, managing and troubleshooting WLANs. In this PrepLogic CWNA training video, learn the basics of radio frequency for the wireless WLAN.

This PrepLogic CWNA training video explains waveform characteristics, including wavelength, frequency, amplitude and phase or synchronization of the wave. As part of this outline of radio frequency basics, the video also explores how to manipulate phase and frequency for network intelligence.

Finally, the video outlines various radio frequency behaviors and how they affect WLAN performance and management. Among the radio frequency behaviors explored are signal reflection, refraction, diffraction, absorption, wavelength scattering, and delay.

View this PrepLogic CWNA training video on radio frequency basics.

This was last published in August 2010

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Very good coverage of basics
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