Right now, except for some engineering focused credentials that have yet to come to fruition, there really aren't...
any exclusively wireless certs that don't aim at installers or administrators/security professionals who monitor and manage wireless networks. This sounds like it may be outside your actual interest and expertise, so I'd look into those only as a next resort after checking your current employability. Should that next step be necessary, though you'll want to investigate wireless certifications from the Certified Wireless Network Professional program and the wireless installer credential from the National Association of Radio and Television Engineers.
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