SpyderWave Technologies

Broadband and Wireless Training

Training Fee & Duration

No. of Days



90 Hours


3 Hours a day

Training Fee


Available Training Modes

Offline Classroom

Course Outline:

Broadband and wireless training courses cover a wide range of topics related to the design, deployment, management, and troubleshooting of broadband and wireless networks. These courses are suitable for network engineers, technicians, and IT professionals who work with broadband and wireless technologies.

Course Content:

Introduction to Broadband and Wireless Technologies:

An overview of broadband and wireless technologies, including different types of broadband connections (DSL, cable, fiber) and wireless technologies (Wi-Fi, cellular, satellite)

Wireless Network Design and Deployment:

Understanding the principles of wireless network design, including coverage planning, capacity management, and interference mitigation. Topics may include antenna selection, site surveys, access point placement, and channel planning.

Wi-Fi Standards and Protocols:

Exploring the various Wi-Fi standards (802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax) and their features. Understanding wireless security protocols (WPA, WPA2, WPA3) and authentication methods (PSK, EAP).

Wireless LAN Controllers:

Configuring and managing wireless LAN controllers, which provide centralized control and management of Wi-Fi networks. Topics may include WLAN configuration, guest access, VLANs, and Quality of Service (QoS) settings.

Wireless Security:

Implementing security measures for wireless networks, including encryption, authentication, and intrusion detection/prevention. Exploring best practices for securing Wi-Fi networks against unauthorized access and attacks.

Broadband Network Technologies:

Understanding different broadband technologies such as DSL, cable, fiber-optic, and their respective deployment considerations. Topics may include line coding, modulation techniques, signal propagation, and broadband access equipment.

Network Performance and Optimization:

Techniques for optimizing and troubleshooting broadband and wireless networks. Topics may include network monitoring, performance analysis, signal strength measurement, interference analysis, and troubleshooting common issues.

Mobile Wireless Technologies:

Overview of mobile wireless technologies, including 3G, 4G LTE, and 5G networks. Understanding cellular network architecture, protocols, and deployment considerations.

Broadband and Wireless Network Management:

Tools and methodologies for managing and monitoring broadband and wireless networks. Topics may include network management systems, SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol), remote monitoring, and configuration management.

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