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Designing and Deploying 802.11n Wireless Networks (Networking Technology) (Hardback)

by: Jim Geier

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Publisher: CISCO PRESS,05.07.10

Category: Cisco Level:

ISBN: 1587058898
ISBN13: 9781587058899

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As the final 802.11n wireless LAN standard is ratified, thousands of companies are beginning to plan their deployments; many are already moving forward based on the stable Draft 2 standard. However, 802.11n is very different from legacy 802.11a, 802.11b and 802.11g wireless standards, and deployment requires new knowledge and techniques. In this book, leading wireless expert Jim Geier systematically presents all the information and guidance enterprise IT professionals and managers need to deploy 802.11n successfully and achieve maximum performance and business value. Drawing on his extensive experience with real-world 802.11n deployments, Geier covers the entire project lifecycle: planning, design, installation, testing, and support. He offers practical, how-to guidance for deploying in enterprises without existing wireless infrastructure, as well as migrating from legacy 802.11x wireless networks. Part I of this book focuses on the underlying concepts that must be understood before deploying an 802.11n wireless network. Part II focuses on the latest 802.11 standard itself, including current medium access and physical layers, 802.1 1n functionality, and other current updates, such as 802.11r. *Detailed explanations and insider tips on migrating from legacy 802.11a, 802.11b, and 802.11g wireless networks *Real world examples and case studies covering the entire project lifecycle, from planning through support *Test tool and equipment configuration screenshots that illuminate key concepts and techniques

PART I: FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS

Chapter 1, Introduction to Wireless LANs

Chapter 2, Radio Wave Fundamentals

Chapter 3, Wireless LAN Types and Components

Chapter 4, Wireless LAN Implications

PART II: THE 802.11 STANDARD

Chapter 5, Introduction to IEEE 802.11 and Related Standards

Chapter 6, IEEE 802.11 Medium Access Control (MAC) Layer

Chapter 7, IEEE 802.11 Physical (PHY) Layers

PART III: WIRELESS LAN DESIGN

Chapter 8, Planning a Wireless LAN Deployment

Chapter 9, Defining Requirements for a Wireless LAN

Chapter 10, System Architecture Considerations

Chapter 11, Range, Performance and Roaming Considerations

Chapter 12, Radio Frequency Considerations

Chapter 13, Security Considerations

Chapter 14, Design and Test Tools

Chapter 15, Performing a Wireless Site Survey

PART IV: WIRELESS LAN INSTALLATION AND TESTING

Chapter 16, Installing a Wireless LAN

Chapter 17, Testing a Wireless LAN

PART V: OPERATIONAL SUPPORT CONSIDERATIONS

Chapter 18, Managing a Wireless LAN

Chapter 19, Troubleshooting a Wireless LAN

Chapter 20, Preparing Support Staff

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Appendix A: Answers to end of chapter questions