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Netw 360 Week 3 Ilab: Observing Rf Activities

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NETW 360 Week 3 iLab: Observing RF Activities
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NETW 360 Week 3 iLab: Observing RF Activities

Task 1: Tutorial
Review Tutorial: Using Spectrum Analyzer Wi-Spy, located in Appendix A.
1. Name the three default views of Chanalyzer 3.4 that display RF activities from different
perspectives.
2. Explain what hardware and software are required in this iLab to capture and visualize RF
activities.
Task 2: Observing RF Activities
Students are not required to capture RF activities on the spectrum in this iLab. Four capture files
are provided for students to observe and identify RF activities instead.
1. From the Course Shell, download Week3iLabCaptureFiles.zip to a working directory of a
computer. Right click on the .zip file, click Extract All to unzip its contents into a directory
with the same name.
2. Go to http://lab.devry.edu, and launch the Chanalyzer program in the Citrix environment.
3. In the Chanalyzer window, click File and Open Recording to locate/open the first capture file:
Capture1.wsr. Let the recording run for at least five minutes, and answer the following
questions in your lab report.
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4. There are three non-overlapping channels on the 2.4 GHz band: 1, 6, and 11. Move the
cursor over each of the 11 channels shown on the horizontal axis. What channel(s) currently
in use overlap with other channels?
5. To rectify the problem in Step 4, to which channel would you move that overlapping device
or access point?
6. In the Chanalyzer window, open the second capture file: Capture2.wsr. Let the recording run
for at least five minutes, and answer the following questions in your lab report.
7. Move the cursor over each of the 11 channels shown on the horizontal axis. What channels...

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