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Category| Points| Description|
Introduction| 10| Introduce the objective and goal(s) for the report.| Manufacturer| 5| Provide the manufacturer of the selected equipment.| Model number| 5| Provide the model number of the selected equipment.| Cost| 5| Provide the cost for the piece of required equipment.| Mounting| 5| Explain how the equipment is mounted to a building.| Speed| 5| Provide the maximum speed that each link will be able to achieve.| Frequency| 10| For the RF option, provide rationale for the band and why other possible bands are rejected.| Analysis| 10| Provide technical analysis, pros, and cons for addressing the business problem| Recommendation| 15| Provide a recommendation for a solution and why it was chosen and the other solution rejected. How does it satisfy goals and business requirements?| Total| 70| A quality paper will meet or exceed all of the above requirements.|

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Week 4 iLab Report
Carol Jones
DeVry University
NETW360: Wireless Technologies and Services

Design for a Wireless Campus Area Network

Submitted to:
Professor: Raef Yassin
Date: Current date31 March 2013

Design for a Wireless Campus Area Network
Introduction:

The Wireless WLAN technology keeps changing and growing along with how the enterprises get a better use of the Information that is given to them.

Technical research has been provided to help decide the one most suited to your needs.

Campus Wireless Design:
1. Standards, Modes, Topologies
2. Type of Wireless Hardware
3. Type of Routers & Access Points
4. Type of Antennas
5. Integration within a Campus LAN
6. Type of Wireless security
7. Wireless roaming
Goals:
1. To make and keep the design at a low cost, and to make wireless as reliable as the LAN.

2. Building a structured wireless network, that will reflect organization and policies in IP design. 3. Separate the core and edge networks.
4. Planning of maximum size of subnets that are important to allow for capacity of wireless cells.

Equipment

Radio Frequency Option
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Manufacturer| Model| Cost| Max Speed| Mounting Method| ETL| L-band router| | 850-2150MHz| Shelf|
ETL | SHF| | 18GHz| Shelf|
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Free Space Optics Option

Manufacturer| Model| Cost| Max Speed| Mounting Method| Cisco| 5900| $16,423.09| Gigabit | Rack mount in cabinet| Cisco| 5940| “ “| “| Module for the chasis|
Cisco| WAP321| 239.99| 2.4 or 5 Ghz| Ceiling|
Bridgewave GE60 | FSO| | 1.25 Gbps w/FSO redundancy| On the roof of the building| Bridgewave GE60 | FSO| | 1.23 Gbps| Inside the building on stands|

Radio Frequency Band Selection

Guidelines: Minimum one paragraph; best practice is two or more paragraphs * Which band selected; what channels can be used
* Why band was chosen; why other bands were rejected
Analysis of Options
Radio Frequency Option
* Technical details concerning option: RF uses radio frequencies for the purpose of identification and tracking of assets, animals and traffic. It consists of transmitters, and receivers.

* Advantages for RF: A very simple install. It is better than bar codes which replicates and increases security. It also helps the supply chain management. It supplies the retail business by updates of stocks, transportation and logistics of the product.

* Disadvantages: It is expensive to install. Interference is a huge factor from devices such as forklifts and...
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