LEARNING TEAM CHARTER TEAM A
NTC/247 Wireless Networking Concepts
Team Members/Contact Information
Time zone and
Availability During the
Team Ground Rules and Guidelines
What are the general expectations for all members
The rules of 10s and 3s I think are easiest understood in this form
If you raise the dBm value by 3 you double the mW value:
0dBm = 1mW
3dBm = 2mW
6dBm = 4mW
9dBm = 8mW
12dBm = 16mW
15dBm = 32mW
18dBm = 64mW
21dBm = 128mW
24dBm = 256mW
27dBm = 512mW
For radio transmission in free space, signal power is reduced in proportion to
the square of the distance from the source, whereas in wire transmission, the
attenuation is a fixed number of dB per kilometer. The following table is used
to show the dB redu
a. How many access points in your network have the same SSID?
b. What is your signal strength to your access point?
c. How many other wireless networks and access points can you find?
Most wireless cards come with a small set of a
Describe a sequence of events similar to that of Figure 13.6 for
A. A call from a mobile unit to a fixed subscriber.
In a call from a mobile to a fixed subscriber the unit first looks for a
strong signal and then requests a connection. Once the connection