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kod: CWNP-CWISA | wersja: CWISA-102

A solid foundation for the rest of the wireless world.  While no certification can cover every single wireless technology in use today, it is important for wireless professionals to grasp the most frequently used wireless solutions in organizations. The Certified Wireless IoT Solutions Administrator (CWISA) learning materials and exam will ensure students know these common wireless certification solutions and prove their knowledge through.

CWISA is built upon two decades of historic quality in WLAN (802.11) certifications and begins the extension of CWNP offerings into the non-802.11 wireless solutions:

  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)
  • Cellular Solutions (LTE, LTE-U, 5G, CBRS)
  • Machine to Machine Communications (M2M)
  • Zigbee
  • Location Services
  • Wired-Side Supporting Technologies
  • High-Level Awareness of APIs and Automation/Integration Concepts
  • Project and Program Management Specific to Wireless Solutions Projects

Who should attend?

If you are familiar with the CWNA certification and learning materials, the CWISA will have the same approximate depth and breadth of learning. In the future, additional certifications will address key areas in greater depth, such as automation/integration, IoT, private 5G, etc.

Each participant in an authorized CWNP CWISA training held in Compendium CE will receive a free CWISA-102 Certified Wireless IoT Solutions Administrator Exam voucher.

Plan szkolenia Rozwiń listę

  • Wireless Technologies
    • Maintain continued awareness of wireless IoT technologies and applications of those technologies
      • Understand research and lab testing skills to maintain technology awareness
      • Understand the most common applications of wireless technologies, the frequencies used and communication protocols
    • Understand industry standard, certification and regulatory organizations and standards development processes
      • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
      • Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)
      • Wi-Fi Alliance
      • International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
      • Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG)
      • 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP)
      • Connectivity Standards Alliance (CSA)
      • LoRa Alliance
      • Explain the roles of regulatory agencies such as the FCC, IC, CE and others
    • Define wireless network types
      • Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN)
      • Wireless Personal Area Network (WPAN)
      • Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN)
      • Wireless Metropolitan Area Network (WMAN)
      • Wireless Wide Area Network (WWAN)
      • Wireless Sensor Network (WSN)
      • Internet of Things (IoT)
        • Industry 4.0/5.0
        • Connected Vehicles
        • Smart Cities
        • Smart Offices/Buildings/Homes
      • Understand hardware and software components of IoT end devices and gateways
        • Processors
        • Memory
        • Radios
        • Storage
        • Sensors
        • Network connections
        • Operating Systems/Firmware
        • Application/Service Software
        • Off-the-shelf Devices
        • Custom Devices
  • Radio Frequency Communications
    • Explain the basic RF wave characteristics, behaviors and measurements used for wireless communications
      • Frequency, wavelength, amplitude, and phase
      • Amplification, attenuation, and free space path loss
      • Absorption, reflection, refraction, scattering, and diffraction
      • RF signal metrics
        • Watt, milliwatt, and microwatt
        • Decibel (dB) and decibels to milliwatt (dBm)
        • RF noise and noise floor
        • SNR and SINR
      • Describe the fundamentals of modulation techniques used in wireless communications
        • Amplitude Shift Keying (ASK)
        • Frequency Shift Keying (FSK)
        • Phase Shift Keying (PSK)
        • Amplitude and Phase Shift Keying (APSK)
        • Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM)
        • Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM)
        • Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access (OFDMA)
        • Frequency Hopping
        • Chirp Spread Spectrum (CSS)
        • Additional modulation methods (AM, FM, and CW)
      • Explain the basic capabilities of components used in RF communications
        • Radios (receivers, transmitters, and transceivers)
        • Antennas
        • Intentional radiator and Equivalent Isotropically Radiated Power (EIRP) and Effective Radiated Power (ERP)
        • RF cabling and connectors
        • Link types including PTP, PTMP, mesh, ad-hoc and on-demand
      • Describe the basic use and capabilities of the RF bands
        • Radio Frequency Bands
        • RF bands and communication ranges
        • RF bands and power levels
  • Planning Wireless Solutions
    • Identify and use the wireless IoT system requirements
      • Use cases and applications
      • Capacity requirements
      • Security and monitoring requirements
      • Integration requirements (automation, data transfer/conversion, APIs, crossplatform integration)
      • Stakeholder identification
    • Identify and comply with system constraints
      • Budgetary constraints
      • Security constraints
      • Technical constraints
      • Business policies and requirements
      • Regulatory constraints
      • System dependencies
      • Evaluate existing network infrastructure and understand its limitations in the context of the new wireless system
    • Select appropriate wireless IoT solutions based on requirements and constraints
    • Plan for the technical requirements of the wireless IoT solution
      • LAN networking requirements (VLANs, PoE, TCP/IP, DHCP, DNS, wired connectivity, cellular connections, serial data)
      • WAN networking requirements
      • Systems requirements (virtualization, containers, cloud platforms, cabling, grounding, radios, antennas)
      • APIs, protocols, and programmability (RESTful, Webhooks, Web Sockets, OpenConfig, MQTT)
      • Frequency coordination compliance (channel capacity management, interoperability, interference management)
    • Understand the basic features and capabilities of common wireless IoT solutions and plan for their implementation
    • Internet of Things (IoT) (CO-to-CO, CO-to-Service, CO-to-human)
    • 11 WLANs
    • Bluetooth
    • Zigbee
    • 15.4-based protocols
    • LoRaWAN
    • Sigfox
    • Location services (RTLS, Bluedot, geofencing, beaconing) and location methods, including triangulation, trilateration and multi-lateration
  • Implementing Wireless Solutions
    • Understand the wireless IoT solution and consider key issues related to automation, integration, monitoring, and management
      • Automation, integration, and management protocols and standards (APIs, programming languages, data structures, communication protocols, data of interest, analytics, and services)
      • Monitoring solutions (integrated, overlay, APIs)
    • Use best practices in wireless IoT solution implementations
      • Pilot testing (proof-of-concept, early-stage analysis)
      • Configuration and staging
      • Installation
      • Documentation
    • Validate wireless solution implementations including RF communications and application functionality
      • Initial testing
      • Troubleshooting and remediation
    • Understand and implement basic installation procedures
      • Configure and mount wireless equipment according to applicable safety requirements (OSHA) and building codes
      • Configure connectivity (wireless and wired)
      • Configure the network infrastructure or communicate configuration requirements to the appropriate individuals
      • Configure cloud connectivity where appropriate
      • Configure features related to video, voice, captive portals, container-based apps, telemetry, location services, MDM and SDN/NFV
      • Implement appropriate security solutions for the selected wireless system
        • Authentication
        • Authorization
        • Encryption
        • Monitoring
      • Implement best practices in knowledge transfer and hand-off
        • Staff training (end users, administrators)
        • Solution documentation (topology, configuration, protocols, physical locations, APIs in use)
        • Final customer meeting (requirements review, stakeholder approval)
  • Supporting Wireless Solutions
    • Administer the wireless solution while considering the implications of various vertical markets
      • Healthcare
      • Industrial/Manufacturing
      • Smart Cities
      • Consumer spaces (smart homes)
      • Smart Agro
      • Smart Offices/Buildings
      • Retail
      • Education
      • Large Public Venues
    • Troubleshoot common problems in wireless IoT solutions
      • Interference
      • Improper configuration
      • Security misconfiguration
      • Signal strength
      • Malfunctioning hardware
      • Software/firmware issues
      • Drivers
      • Faulty custom software code
      • Faulty installation
    • Understand and determine the best use of scripting and programming solutions for wireless IoT implementations
      • Identify and differentiate among the features of various scripting/programming languages (Python, R, PHP, C (and variants), JavaScript, Java and TypeScript)
      • Understand the basics of data structures commonly used for integration of networked systems
        • JSON
        • YANG
        • XML
        • YAML
        • XAML
      • Understand the basics of APIs and common models
        • RESTful
        • webhooks
        • WebSockets
        • Standard HTTP GET/POST processing
      • Understand the basics of networking, application and security protocols used in wireless IoT solutions
        • HTTP/HTTPS
        • NETCONF
        • OpenConfig
        • MQTT, DDS, AMQP, CoAP
        • SNMP
        • SSL/TLS
        • SSH
        • IPv4/IPv6
        • TCP/UDP
      • Understand application architectures and their impact on wireless IoT solutions
        • Single-tier architecture
        • Multi-tier architecture
        • Database systems (relational, No-SQL, streaming data)
        • Web Servers
        • Application servers/services (Network Time Protocol, DNS, system-specific)
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Wymagania wstępne

Students should have basic networking knowledge, including understanding of the OSI Reference model and IP Subnetting.

Poziom trudności
Czas trwania 4 dni
Certyfikat

The participants will obtain certificates signed by Compendium CE (course completion).

When you pass the CWISA exam, you earn the CWISA certification and credit towards the CWISE certification should you choose to pursue it.

The Certified Wireless IoT Solutions Administrator (CWISA) implements, administers and troubleshoots technologies that heavily rely upon, or directly integrate with, wireless systems in enterprise, government, and manufacturing environments. This individual can install, customize, and coordinate appropriate solutions to meet an organization’s requirements and constraints.

CWISA exam is available through the Pearson VUE test centers.

Each participant in an authorized CWNP CWISA training held in Compendium CE will receive a free CWISA-102 Certified Wireless IoT Solutions Administrator Exam voucher.

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