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Course SummaryThe bite-sized lessons in this comprehensive Computer Science 323 course can quickly strengthen your knowledge of wireless and mobile networking concepts. Our short quizzes and practice exams can confirm your understanding and ensure you're ready to excel on a test or assignment for work or school.
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In this self-paced course, you'll find learning and study tools designed to help you build a comprehensive understanding of essential computer science concepts. We provide in-depth examinations of different types of wireless and mobile networks, radio-based vs. light-based wireless networks, communication requirements for wireless networks and much more. Explore engaging lessons to build your knowledge of these topics, and take accompanying quizzes to check your comprehension. Our chapter exams and final exam can ensure you have a quality grasp of this entire course. The Dashboard tracks your progress and lets you submit lesson topic questions to our subject-matter experts with ease.
This course offers fantastic benefits to career professionals, students and educators. Students can use the lessons, quizzes and exams to discover or refresh their knowledge of important wireless and mobile networking topics while studying for tests or working on assignments. Educators can use this course to supplement their learning materials and enhance their curriculum. Professionals looking to make advancements in their careers can get up to speed with the latest trends in wireless and mobile networking.
|Wireless & Mobile Networking Components||Discusses wireless transmission characteristics, network nodes, mobile apps and wireless network modes. Describes telecommunications hardware and components and specialized components of mobile networks.|
|Wireless & Mobile Network Types||Teaches about communication networks, wide-area and medium-range wireless communication, WLAN protocols, antennas and communication and wireless computing devices.|
|Radio-Based Wireless Networks||Defines radio waves, GSM, CDMA and sensor networks. Describes how to use ultra wideband and cellular networks for wireless communications.|
|Light-Based Wireless Networks||Explains optical fiber, synchronous optical networking, Li-Fi vs. Wi-Fi, point-to-point link-based systems and how to use infrared light to communicate wirelessly.|
|TCP/IP & Security for Wireless & Mobile Networks||Provides descriptions of communication protocol, mobile malware, Internet packet construction, noise and poor signal strength in wireless networks and how to use the TCP/IP protocol for mobile networking.|
|Communication Requirements for Wireless Networks||Covers potential performance issues in wireless networks, wireless network design considerations and how to implement guest access to a wireless network. Discusses reliable wireless networks, wireless network coverage and asymmetry in wireless networks.|
|Ad-Hoc Wireless Networks||Offers an overview of ad-hoc and mobile ad-hoc networks. Details how to set up security standards and resolve traffic problems in mobile ad-hoc networks. Explains security issues and how to manage keys in mobile ad-hoc networks.|
|Wireless & Mobile Network Security||Describes types of attacks in network security, mobile device security threats and authentication for mobile devices. Discusses how to secure a wireless network, secure mobile devices, differentiate user access for mobile devices and protect the location of a mobile device.|
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