Wireless Engineering functions include the effective transmission, reception, storage, and analysis of information (data) using cellular, WiFi, and other wireless communication devices. Individuals in the field provide technical support repairing, analyzing, installing, testing, and maintaining wireless transmission, broadcasting, and reception equipment used in cellular networks, computer networks, Wi-Fi networks, and the internet.
This Library Research Guide is a great place to help locate study materials for Wireless Engineering technology study.
GALILEO is a large set of databases providing 24/7 online access to information resources not freely available on the web, including:
HOW TO ACCESS GALILEO OFF CAMPUS
Current Lanier Tech students, faculty and staff can log in to GALILEO using their school email and password
The Lanier Tech Libraries are currently operating on a reduced schedule, with appointments required for computer use. Please see Library Computer Reservations for available times and to make an appointment.
Online is still the best way to reach the library if you have research questions or need assistance with an assignment.
YOU CAN EMAIL YOUR CAMPUS LIBRARIAN EMAIL:
Dawson Campus Librarian
Barrow & Jackson Campus Librarian