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Chapter 1 Gathering and Analyzing Requirements.
Chapter 2 Designing for Client Devices and Applications.
Chapter 3 Designing for Applications.
Chapter 4 Industry-Specific Design Considerations.
Chapter 5 Vendor and WLAN Architecture Selection.
Chapter 6 RF Communication Principles.
Chapter 7 RF Hardware and 802.11n.
Chapter 8 Site Survey Preparation.
Chapter 9 Site Survey RF Design.
Chapter 10 MAC Layer Design.
Chapter 11 Basic WLAN Security Design.
Chapter 12 Advanced Enterprise WLAN Security D... MORE
Marcus Burton, CWNE #78, is the Director of Product Development and primary content developer at CWNP. He has authored or coauthored numerous WLAN exams, including the CWTS, CWNA, CWSP, CWAP, and CWDP exams.
Matt Swartz, CWNE #57, CCIE #13232 R/S and Wireless, is a Technical Leader within Cisco's Advanced Services Wireless Practices team, where he designs, deploys, and troubleshoots large-scale wireless networks for Cisco's largest customers.
Thomas W. Head is President of Aereo Networks, a wireless consulting company. He has over 20 years of wireless experience in designing microwave radios for spacecraft and cellular networks.