CE1210 - Basic Communications Networks I
This course introduces learners to the concept of networking using a top-down approach. Throughout this course learners will examine the role and operation of networks including applications, protocols, devices, and media. Learners will also be introduced to wireless networks. This course provides the learner with significant practical experience in networking. Upon completion of this course the learner should have a reasonable understanding of topics such as how Local Area Networks function, the role of IP addressing, and how data is reliably transported between hosts across the Internet. Learners will be expected to construct a simple network and apply appropriate IP addresses and to configure connectivity between a wireless LAN client and a wireless access point.
This course is offered in the following programs:
Computing Systems Engineering Technology (Co-op)
Electronic Systems Engineering Technology (Co-op)
Electronics Engineering Technology (Biomedical)
Instrumentation and Controls Engineering Technology