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International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication ISSN: 2321-8169 Volume: 1 Issue: 12 870 – 875 ________________________________________________________________________ Wireless Networks Simulation with Assessment in PT Software Prof. Priyang Bhatt Prof. Brijesh Patel Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Department of computer Engineering Department of computer Engineering G. H. Patel college of Engineering Technology, V V G. H. Patel college of Engineering Technology, V V Nagar Nagar Email: priyangbhatt@gcet.ac.in, Email: brijeshpatel@gcet.ac.in priyangbhattce@gmail.com Abstract: Teaching and learning more theoretical subjects, such as wireless networks, where higher level of student's imagination is necessary to understand advanced topics can be positively supported trough a technique called practical learning. Students can more easily understand and adapt the information from the subject, when they can visually see how it really works. Teachers can present the subject using animations and practical examples, rather than just talking about theory facts. This paper presents the features of a practical learning tool called Packet Tracer - a computer networks simulator also used for wireless networks, which is freely available for all Cisco Networking Academy students. Packet Tracer includes features for assessment task authoring with automated scoring and reporting. We believe that this analysis helpful for wireless network students as well as faculties. Keywords—Packet Tracer (PT), Wireless Access Point (AP), IBSS (Independent Basic Service Set), BSS (Basic Service Set).ESS (Extended Service Set). _______________________________________________________*****_____________________________________________________ I. INTRODUCTION II. DIFFERENT WIRELESS DEVICES AVAILABLE IN THE Practical learning (with visual learning tool like packet PACKET TRACER SOFTWARE tracer) is the use of graphics, images and animations to Here, in this section different wireless network devices are enable and enhance learning. It is a proven method in which presented in packet tracer with their explanation with all the ideas, concepts ,data and other information are associated parameters in packet tracer software. with images and animation, resulting is an easier and more effective method of transmitting skills. Students can A. Wireless Access Point (AP) understand theoretical concepts of wireless networks much You will find a central component like a hub or switch in easier if they can see them, or interact with them as in the the vast majority of wired networks that’s there to connect real life. Teaching Learning with packet tracer tool helps hosts together and allow them to communicate with each students to open their minds and think graphically. other. It’s the same thing regarding wireless networks; they For this reasons, the tools with the GUI (Graphical User also have a component that connects all wireless devices Interface) support is one of the most important thing. It can together, only that device known as a wireless access point be seen, it can be feel and it can be touched. (AP) .wireless APs have at least one antenna. As wireless networks are becoming more complex, new APs have the following characteristics: curricula and learning tools are needed to help students to  APs function as a central junction point for the wireless acquire solid skills about wireless networks. In this paper, stations much like a switch or hubs. we discuss our teaching learning experience of wireless  APs have at least one antenna-most likely two. networks. To do so, we present one of the well-known tools  APs function as a bridge to the wired network. (packet tracer) [1][3].  APs come in two flavors- the stand-alone AP and the The rest of the paper is organized as follows. In section II wireless router.[1][2] we briefly introduced the different wireless devices

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