Network Theory and Test (ECNS 315)
This course provides an in-depth technical understanding of wired and wireless network implementation, operation, and maintenance. Topics include: electronic, optical, and wireless communication devices and data transmission media; local and wide area networks from the most basic system and architecture to the common components (hardware and software) of the infrastructure and terminals, and their fundamental principles, interconnection, and protocols; network modes including private (Ethernet, Token Ring, and Wi-Fi) and public (Frame Relay, ATM, cellular and PCS, 3G+ and WiMax); performance specifications, servers, and troubleshooting. Course labs provide hands-on experience with network components and implementation. Pre-Requisites: ECNS 225 minimum grade of C-. Typically Offered Fall Only
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