Wireless Networking Assessment

  • $10.00

This Wireless Networking assessment is designed to assess the knowledge of assessment takers concerning wireless networking concepts, terminology, and theory. The topics covered include wireless protocols, security, wireless standards, wireless hardware, radio frequency, network and wireless topology, and troubleshooting. It is appropriate to administer this assessment to assessment takers with a year or more experience working with wireless networking.

Number of questions 38
Test format Multiple-Choice
Time to complete Varies by skill
Topics covered Network and Wireless Topology
Radio Frequency
Wireless Hardware
Wireless Protocols
Wireless Security
Wireless Standards
Tasks tested 802.11 Network Performance
Antenna that Points the Signal in a Specific Direction
Broadcast Distance
Command to Determine Path of a Packet
Connecting Two Offices
Connecting Two Wireless LANs Together
Data Frame Check
Data Transmission Type
Device for Connecting Wireless Clients
Encroaching Signals
IEEE Standard
Intermittent Connectivity Issues
Limited Network Connectivity
Minimizing Collisions
Network Typology with a Common Connection Point for Nodes
Peer-to-Peer Network
Protecting Your Wireless Signal
QoS Advantage
Radio Signal with Many Paths
Radio Wave Cycles
Rogue Access Point Detection
Rogue Access Point Issues
Scanning for Better Service
Signal Bending
SSID Security
UHF Range
Unlicensed Bands
Wireless 4G
Wireless Client Criteria
Wireless Equipment
Wireless MAN
Wireless Standard with Low Bandwidth
Wireless Standard with Multi Input and Output
WLAN Guest Access
WPA2 Max Characters
Supported languages ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ English (en_US)