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WiFi Training Bootcamp

WiFi is a mode of wireless technology which uses radio waves for its data transmission.

Although Wi-Fi is typically used to access the internet on portable devices like smartphones, tablets, or laptops, in actuality, WiFi itself is used to connect to a router or other access point, which in turn provides internet access.

The real importance of WiFi and especially personal mobile WiFi comes from the user’s ability to be a creator and a conduit of information at all times. In today’s world, it is more important than ever to be informed and come to our own conclusions using as many sources as possible.

WiFi is a powerful tool that makes it easier for people to work without being tethered to a specific desk within a particular location, therefore enhancing their ability to be productive and helping the company succeed.

WiFi is flexible with many user cases.

An open wireless network permits association and authentication without requiring a password, certificate, or credentials. Open networks are often called hot spots and provide free internet access to anyone within range. Many coffee shops and restaurants will deploy these to attract customers. They may still incorporate a captive portal.

Compared to the older Ethernet connections, WiFi paved the way for a new dimension in internet access. For one thing, WiFi is easy to install and use. Most companies place wireless LAN cards in their desktops before selling to their customers.

Compared to a Wired network connection, Wireless networks offer significant advantages in terms of cost and labor.

Once an organization decides to take advantage of WiFi technology, considerable thought should go into the WiFi setup.

A WiFi network begins with planning. This means locating the access points as well as the conditions and constructive elements of the area where the wireless infrastructure is going to be deployed are approached.

In an ideal scenario the location and materials would not affect WiFi coverage, but this is seldom the case.

It’s crucial when making a WiFi installation to determine the location of the access points as well as how many are necessary to cover with guarantees the entire area with a level of coverage and efficiency that ensures the success of the deployment of wireless infrastructure.

WiFi Training Bootcamp by Tonex

WiFi Training Bootcamp training course is designed for managers and engineers involved in planning, designing, manufacturing and operating WiFi.

Looking to understand WiFi and 802.11 basics and advanced topics and domains? WiFi training bootcamp is a very interactive course providing an understanding of the fundamental properties, theory of operations, fundamental building blocks and pillars, certification, utilizations, and applications of WiFi. You will focus on intuitive explanations and  demonstrations that will clearly define terms and provide examples to illustrate how different types of WiFi are planned, designed, created, used, operated and managed.

How You Will Benefit

  • Gain the skills to use the latest in WiFi technology to improve your organization’s performance and their bottom-line.
  • Increase the productivity of yourself and your team to gain a competitive edge in WiFi, wireless industry and IoT.
  • Earn a recognized industry credential by Tonex the leader in WiFi and 802.11 training and consulting industry.

Who Should Attend

WiFi training bootcamp is designed for anyone who wants to boost their career and gain specialized knowledge of WiFi technologies such as engineers, scientists, managers, project planners, program managers, technical support and sales engineers

 Agenda and Course Topics

Introduction to WiFi 

  • Advanced Connectivity Era
  • Unlicensed Spectrum
  • WiFi Security
  • Wi-Fi Agile Multiband
  • Wi-Fi Aware
  • Wi-Fi CERTIFIED ac
  • Enabling Wi-Fi 6E
  • WiFi 7
  • Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Voice-Enterprise
  • Wi-Fi CERTIFIED WMM Programs
  • Wi-Fi Data Elements
  • Wi-Fi Direct
  • Wi-Fi Easy Connect
  • Wi-Fi EasyMesh
  • Wi-Fi Home Design
  • Wi-Fi Location
  • Wi-Fi Optimized Connectivity
  • Wi-Fi Protected Setup
  • Wi-Fi QoS Management
  • Wi-Fi Vantage

Overview of 802.11/WiFi

  • Overview of IEEE WLAN 802.11
  • Basic Terminology
  • Key Concepts
  • 11 Physical Layer Frame Formats and Technologies
  • 11 MAC Layer Frame Formats and Technologies

Evolution of  WiFi Technology

  • Legacy: 802.11 (1997), Wi-Fi 3: 11g (2003), Wi-Fi 2: 11a (1999), Wi-Fi 1: 11b (1999)
  • Wi-Fi 4:802.11n (2009), Wi-Fi 5: 11ac (2013)
  • Wi-Fi 6: 802.11ax (2019)
  • Wi-Fi 6E: 802.11ax-2021 (2021)
  • WiFi 7: 802.11be
  • Similarities and Differences between Legacy WiFi and 802.11ac/ax/be
  • Technology differences between legacy and 11ac/11ax and 802.11be
  • Test Specs
  • Rate/Modulation
  • Overview of WiFi Radio Characteristics
  • WiFi RF propagation and link budget
  • WiFi RF measurements and PHY RF test specs
  • Analyzing RF parameters

 Overview of Wi-Fi 6, 6E and 6 GHz

  • WiFi 6 / 802.11ax
  • Wi-Fi 6E Highlights and Key capabilities
  • Orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA)
  • Multi-user multiple input, multiple output (multi-user MIMO)
  • 160 MHz channel utilization capability
  • Target wake time (TWT)
  • 1024 quadrature amplitude modulation mode (1024-QAM)
  • 11be: extremely high throughput, 4096 QAM, 320 MHz, MU-MIMO, time-sensitive

Overview of Wi-Fi 7  

  • 11be vs. 802.11ax
  • WiFi 6E vs. WiFi 7
  • 11be: extremely high throughput, 4096 QAM, 320 MHz, MU-MIMO, time-sensitive
  • networking, multi-link operation, implicit sounding, and distributed MU-MIMO.EHT PHY
  • 320 MHz bandwidth
  • Impact of 4K-QAM
  • EDCA With 802 TSN features
  • Enhanced OFDMA
  • Preamble Puncturing
  • Multi-Link Operation
  • Multi-Link Channel Access
  • Multi-RU
  • OFDMA With Direct Link
  • OFDMA for RTA
  • Multi-Link Operation
  • High orders of MU-MIMO and OFDMA
  • Advanced PHY Techniques Improving Spectrum Efficiency
  • Hybrid Automatic Repeat Request (HARQ), FD operation, and Non-orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA)
  • Multi-AP Cooperation
  • EDCA With 802 TSN Features
  • Latency Analysis for EHT
  • EDCA Improvements
  • Multi-Link Power Save
  • Multi-Link Operation for RTA
  • Channel Sounding Optimization

WiFi Engineering Challenges

  • WiFi RF propagation and link budget
  • WiFi product/chip design
  • Test challenges
  • WiFi RF measurements
  • PHY RF test specs
  • WiFi test and debug setup
  • Transmitter and receiver tests
  • EVM, TX power, spectrum emissions and sensitivity
  • Verification of parameters like timing error, unused tone error and TX power adjustment
  • Noise Figure (NF), compression point (P 1dB), second order intercept point (IP2), third order intercept point (IP3)
  • Full duplex / noise cancellation mechanism
  • Receiver chain linearity  Intermodulation products (IMDs)
  • Reciprocal mixing impact on receiver performance
  • Impact of Passive Intermodulation (PIM)
  • Rx AGC gain tuning and blocking
  • Tx OOB vs Tx Blocker and receiver sensitivity

WiFi Certification and Certified Products (Wi-Fi Alliance)

  • 4 GHz Spectrum Capabilities
  • 5 GHz Spectrum Capabilities
  • 6 GHz Spectrum Capabilities
  • Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 6™
  • Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ a
  • Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ ac
  • Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ b
  • Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ g
  • Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ n
  • WiFi Certified 6
  • WiFi Certified 6E
  • Wi-Fi Enhanced Open™ 2021-01


  • A-MPDU with A-MSDU
  • Basic Trigger frame in HE MU PPDU
  • BSRP Trigger frame
  • Compressed BlockACK Rx
  • Compressed BlockACK Tx
  • iTWT
  • LDPC Rx
  • LDPC Tx
  • MCS 8-9 Rx
  • MCS 8-9 Tx
  • MCS 10-11 Rx
  • MCS 10-11 Tx
  • MU EDCA Parameter Set element
  • MU-BAR Trigger frame
  • MU-RTS Trigger frame
  • Multi-BSSID
  • Operating Mode
  • SU beamformer
  • TXOP RTS Threshold


  • Wi-Fi 6E and 6 GHz operations
  • What Is 6GHz Wi-Fi?
  • Wi-Fi 6E: Expanding Wi-Fi into 6 GHz spectrum
  • Global harmonization of 6 GHz spectrum
  • Wi-Fi 6E Highlights
  • Key capabilities
  • Orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA)
  • Multi-user multiple input, multiple output (multi-user MIMO)
  • 160 MHz channel utilization capability
  • Target wake time (TWT)
  • 1024 quadrature amplitude modulation mode (1024-QAM)

Advanced WiFi PHY Techniques Improving Spectrum Efficiency

  • Full-Duplex
  • Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA)
  • Multi-AP Cooperation
  • Coordinated Spatial Reuse (CSR)
  • 11ax SR vs. CSR
  • Coordinated OFDMA (Co-OFDMA)
  • Null Steering
  • Joint Transmission and Reception
  • Channel Sounding Optimization
  • Channel Sounding Induced Overhead
  • Sounding Enhancements
  • Explicit Feedback Overhead Reduction
  • Implicit Sounding
  • Trigger-Based UL Sounding Sequence
  • Example of multi-AP sounding protocol
  • Collecting Acknowledgments
  • Example of OFDMA+MIMO transmission in 802.11be
  • Asynchronous (top) vs. synchronous (bottom) multi-link operation
  • Duplicate Mode and Joint Mode

WiFi Security

  • Protected Management Frames
  • WPA2™-Enterprise 2018-04
  • WPA2™-Personal 2021-01
  • WPA3™-Enterprise 2020-02
  • WPA3™-Personal 2019-08
  • WPA™-Enterprise
  • WPA™-Personal


802.11 Training2 days
802.11ac Training, Very High Throughput2 days
802.11ad Training2 days
802.11af Training2 days
802.11af Training2 days
802.11ah Training2 days
802.11ax Training2 days
802.11ay Training | Next-generation 60 GHz Communication for 100 Gbps Wi-Fi2 days
802.11az Training2 days
802.11mc Training2 days
802.11n Training2 days
Bluetooth 5.0 Training | Bluetooth 5.2 Updates2 days
Bluetooth Smart Technology Training | Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Training2 days
Bluetooth Training | Bluetooth Course3 days
Fundamentals of Cellular Networks2 days
Introduction to 802.11be | WiFi 7 Training2 days
Introduction to TETRA Technology | Terrestrial Trunked Radio Technology | Training2 days
IoT Wireless Connectivity Bootcamp2 days
M2M Training – Machine-to-Machine (M2M)2 days
Microwave Training | Microwave Radio Link Planning and Frequency2 days
mmW Technology Training | 5G Millimeter Wave Training3 days
OFDM Training3 days
Radar Communications Training2 days
RFID Training2 days
SDR Training – Software-Defined Radio2 days
SDR Training with HackRF | Advanced Software Defined Radio Training3 days
The Internet of Things Training | IoT Training2 days
WiMAX Training Crash Course3 days
Wireless Communication and Spectrum Design Training3 days
Wireless Engineering Training Bootcamp3 days
Wireless Fundamentals Training Course2 days
Wireless Training Crash Course4 days
ZigBee Training | 802.15.4 Training2 days

WiFi Brands by Wi-Fi Alliance® 

Select brands and logos are offered license free and intended to be used widely throughout the
Wi-Fi ecosystem by Wi-Fi Alliance members, non-members, industry partners, media, and analysts to describe products, technology, network deployments, and operating system support.
Wi-Fi®Wi-Fi Multimedia™
Wi-Fi 4Wi-Fi Optimized Connectivity™
Wi-Fi 5Wi-Fi Protected Access®
Wi-Fi 6Wi-Fi Protected Setup™
Wi-Fi 6EWi-Fi QoS Management™
Wi-Fi Agile Multiband™Wi-Fi Vantage™
Wi-Fi Aware™Wi-Fi ZONE™
Wi-Fi Data Elements™WiGig
Wi-Fi Direct®WMM®
Wi-Fi Easy Connect™WPA™
Wi-Fi EasyMesh™WPA2™
Wi-Fi Enhanced Open™WPA3™
Wi-Fi HaLow™Miracast®
Wi-Fi Home Design™Passpoint®
Wi-Fi Location™

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