Being part of the CWNP program has provided me with valuable knowledge and expertise as a wireless practitioner and administrator. Long before I decided to get certified with the CWNA I had already begun educating myself in the technology. It started when I inherited a Cisco wireless network. I quickly knew I had to get acclimated to the foundations of 802.11 technology.

Now as a CWNE applicant, I am able to come full circle. I have fully embraced the wireless community in ways I had never thought of more than a year ago. The journey to this point is just the beginning. I have much appreciation to what the CWNP program has given to me.

View my CWNE application.

Detailed information of my career can be found on my LinkedIn profile.

For all my wireless-related blog posts, you can find them here and here.

Endorsements will be sent to CWNP directly.

If you have any questions, please reach out to me. I will answer them promptly. Lastly, I look forward to being part of the CWNE community and look to helping grow others into becoming CWNE.

CWNE Essays

Eliminating Interference

Enabling Classrooms For High Density Wi-Fi

Predictive Design of a New Office

Published Articles

Performing Wireless Site Surveys via Network Computing

WiFi Troubleshooting Using Wireshark via Network Computing

More articles via Network Computing

Self-Published Articles

Why High Density Wi-Fi Is Killing You

What is SNR

802.11 State Machine

Published Podcasts

Since the summer of 2015 I have been publishing podcast episodes all related to Wi-Fi. The podcast is called Clear To Send and a list of episodes are listed below.

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