Certified Wireless IoT Solutions Administrator – CWISA

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Official CWISA-101 Certification Training!

The candidate must have a working knowledge of Wireless, Cellular, and IoT technologies and is ideal for engineers who have at least 1 year of experience in the field.

The official Certified Wireless IoT Solutions Administrator (CWISA) training class covers a multitude of topics ranging from Wireless Technologies, Analysis, and RF Math, to Cellular Networks, Internet of Things (IoT), and Automation (APIs).This class provides the networking professional with a solid foundation of knowledge for advancing within the wireless IoT networking industry.

From basic RF theory to automation processes, this course delivers hands-on training that will benefit the novice as well as the experienced network professional.

Main Areas Covered by CWISA Certification Training:

  • Radio Frequency (RF) Technologies
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Automation (APIs)

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You can view and download a PDF copy of this Class Outline here:
Class Outline _ CWISA 101

Description

Objectives

  • Understand Wireless Networking and Internet of Things (IoT) Technologies
  • Comprehend Basic Radio Frequency Communications
  • Identify Methods for Planning Wireless Solutions
  • Describe Methodology of Implementing Wireless Solutions
  • Determine Best Practices for Supporting Wireless Solutions

Pre-Requisite Knowledge Advisory

  • Basic Understanding of Wireless Networking
  • Basic Understanding of Cellular Telephony Communication
  • Familiarity with Internet of Things

Exam Required for CWSA Certification

CWSA-101
Proctored Exam
Exam Proctor: PearsonVUE
Recertification: 3 years

Class Outline

Module 1 – Introducing Wireless Technologies
  • History of Wireless
  • Introduction to Radio Waves, Frequencies, and the OSI Model
  • Wireless Components: Cabling, PoE, and Hardware
  • Lab Testing and Staging
  • Documentation
  • Security Advances
  • Industry and Regulatory Organizations
Module 2 – Introducing Wireless Technologies, cont.
  • Introducing Wireless Network Types (WLANs, etc.)
  • The Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Client Architectures
  • Types of Wireless Networks and Their Challenges
Module 3 – Planning Wireless Solutions
  • Requirements and Constraints
  • Network Design Components
  • Design Evaluation
  • Project Management
  • Standard Documentation
Module 4 – RF Communication
  • Electromagnetic Spectrum
  • Frequency, Waves, Polarization, Gain and Loss
  • Wave Behavior and Modulation
  • Measurement
  • RF Math
Module 5 – Hardware
  • Antennas and Antenna Systems
  • Signal Transmission
  • RF Connectors, Cables, and Accessories
Module 6 – Cellular Networks
  • History
  • Architectures
  • Service Types
  • LTE Networks
  • Frequencies
Module 7 – Short-Range, Low-Rate, and Low-Power Networks
  • Speed, Range, Power
  • The IEEE 802.11 Standard
  • Frequency Bands
  • PHYs, BSS, ESS, etc.
  • Channels
  • 15.4
  • Bluetooth, LoRa, Zigbee
  • 6LoWPAN
Module 8 – Sensor Networks
  • Applications
  • Measurement
  • Sensor Types and Actuators
  • Architectures
  • Requirements and Constraints
Module 9 – The Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Definition
  • History
  • Vertical Markets
  • Models
  • Hardware
  • Security
  • Wireless and IoT
Module 10 – Securing Wireless Networks
  • CIA
  • Data Protection
  • Monitoring
Module 11 – Troubleshooting Wireless Networks
  • Validation
  • Troubleshooting Methodology
  • Spectrum Analysis
  • Troubleshooting Specifics
Module 12 – Programming, Scripting, and Automation
  • APIs
  • Languages
  • Architectures
  • Layers and Tiers
  • Data Structures