I am a telecom engineer with 4 years of experience in the RF Planning and Optimization field. I am currently unemployed and pretty much frustrated by the current lapse in the RF field. I am looking for boosting my career and need help from the experts. I would be really glad if you guys can guide me on this platform.
I want to get in with the Cisco certifications, but will it be a good idea to to CCNA in Wireless considering my past experience, or should I go for other? Need expert opinion here.
What you are planning is perfect as you are already having knowledge and good amount of experience in Radio frequency.
CCNA wireless is good subject for you to get into the Cisco certification but i think if you can go further like CCNP wireless, that will help you for your employment as well as your future.
All the very best for your preparation.
Go with the CBT nuggets training or videos https://www.cbtnuggets.com/it-training/network-administration-engineering/wireless-networking
you can also download recorder videos .
This may not be the best response for Cisco wireless forum, but in my opinion I would start with the CWNA-106 (Certified Wireless Network Administrator). This is a vendor neutral certification that provides a great foundation to build upon. Good luck!