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Multiple Choice. Select the letter of the best answer. 1. T-1 carrier can carry how many voice or data channels? a. 48 c. 672 b. 24 d. 480 2. SONET can carry up to _____ channels on fiber optic cable. a. 672 c. 129,000 b. 480 d. 192,000 3. What is the total speed of BRI-ISDN? a. 144 kbps c. 2.05 Mbps b. 1.544 Mbps d. 64 kbps 4. ___ is also known as the Universal DSL a. HDSL c. ADSL b. DSL Lite d. xDSL 5. ___ was developed as a replacement for X.25 packet switching a. ATM c. ISDN b. Frame relay d. SONET 6. What is the unlicensed frequency for Bluetooth technology? a. 1.44 GHz c. 3.4 GHz b. 2.4 GHz d. 4.4 GHz 7. ___ is a Layer 1 transport service on fiber optic cabling? a. ATM c. VPN b. SONET d. HDSL 8. This protocol lays down the specification for the process and procedure for a Bluetooth service to discover the functionalities available in other Bluetooth devices. a. L2CAP c. IrDA Protocol b. SDP d. TCP/IP 9. Define it BNC a. Bayonet Nut Connector c. British Naval Connector b. Bureau of Network Co. d. both a and c 10. A type of network topology where nodes are connected in sequential order. a. bus c. ring b. mesh d. star 11. ___ is a protocol that defines how Internet sites can be written to fit on cellular devices screens and how devices access and view these sites. a. WAP c. Wi-Max b. TCP/IP d. WiFi 12. ___ is the T-3 transmission rate of 44 Mbps with 673 channels a. Fractional T-1 c. DS-3 b. Full T-1 d. DS-0 13. One of the 5 interest group of companies who develop Bluetooth a. Intel c. Toshiba b. IBM d. All of the choices 14. 4-G service uses what type of multiplexing? a. TDMA c. DWDM b. GMSK d. OFDM 15. E-1 carrier can carry how many voice or data channels? a. 30 c. 50 b. 40 d. 60 16. ___ is the term used when two or more stations attempting to access a network at the same time. a. collision c. contention b. convention d. attenuation 17. ___ is the result of two or more messages sent on the same line at the same time. a. collision c. contention b. convention d. attenuation 18. ___ is a fiber optic network protocol` based on dual ring topology a. Token Ring c. Network Security b. Token Bus d. FDDI 19. What is the group name for IEEE 802.10? a. Token Ring c. Network Security b. Token Bus d. FDDI 20. This specification of Bluetooth technology states that the format and process to transmit and receive data in object format.

This can be for file transfer or calendar (vCal) or business card (vCard) exchange. a. OBEX c. UWB b. TCS Binary d. WATS 21. ___ is not a protocol layer. It provides a standard transport and communication interface w/c all Bluetooth devices are to follow a. HCI c. OBEX b. RF Home d. LEC 22. This specification is used for call control like in cordless telephony or Intercom profiles. a. OBEX c. UWB b. TCS Binary d. WATS 23. ___ is another 2.4 GHz radio w/c has many similarities to Bluetooth wireless technology. This can operated ad hoc networks (data only) or be under a control of a connection point coordinating the system and providing a gateway to the telephone network (voice and data). a. RF Home c. WiFi b. RFI d. UMTS 24. This technology is used to replace a wired LAN throughout a building. The transmission capacity is high and so is the number of simultaneous users. a. IEEE 802. 10 c. IEEE 802.12 b. IEEE 802.11 d. IEEE 802.13 25. ___ is a new radio technology still under development. Short pulses are transmitted in a broad frequency range. The capacity appears to be high while power consumption is expected to be low. a. OBEX c. UWB b. TCS Binary d. WATS

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Multiple Choice. Encircle the letter of the best answer. 1. ___ is a special rate services that limit to one direction only – either outward dialing or inward dialing. a. OBEX c. UWB b. TCS Binary d. WATS 2. ___ is a business organization w/c provides regulated telephone, telegraph, telex, and communication services. a. CCLEC c. Common Carrier b. LEC d. IXC 3. ___ is a common carrier that provides local telephone services. a. CCLEC c. Common Carrier b. LEC d. IXC 4. ___ is a common carrier that provides long distance services. a. CCLEC c. Common Carrier b. LEC d. IXC 5. The ___ appeared in the 1960s, and defined the basis for all communications networks today. a. Packet Switching c. X.25 b. Packet Switched WANs d. Frame Relay 6. What are the two modulation techniques used for ADSL? a. TCP and IP c. DCT and CAP b. FTP and SMTP d. CAP and DMT 7. In digital communication, what is the other term for binary zero? a. Mark c. THIGH b. Space d. TLOW 8. The loss of data occurs when two stations transmit at the same time on a network. a. collision c. contention b. convention d. attenuation 9. A device that links two or more networks, passing only the information from one network that is intended for another. a. Bridge c. Hub b. Switch d. Router 10. A large network extending over an area greater than that of a city. a. LAN c. WAN b. MAN d. GAN 11. The hub of an IBM token ring network a. DMT c. WWW b. MAU d. CMT 12. A network in w/c a physical connection from one end to the other of a data path is maintained for the duration of a period of communication; for example a PSTN. a. Circuit Switched Network c. Frame Relay b. Packet Switching d. Blue Tooth 13. A network node dedicated to interfacing between the network and one or more printers. a. e-mail server c. SQL server b. domain name server d. print server 14. A network in w/c all the nodes can contribute network resources and also run local programs. a. peer-to-peer network c. point-to-multipoint network b. point-to-point network d. split network 15. A data communications protocol created by Digital Equipment Company for its mini computer products. a. SNA c. DNA b. LNA d. PNA 16. A device used to connect computers or computer networks running incompatible operating system. a. brouter c. modem b. gateway d. hub 17. A world wide public network of networks that connects a very wide variety of computers, applications and users. a. Intranet c. VPN b. IP Network d. Internet 18. A private network that uses the same TCP/IP protocol suite as the Internet. a. Intranet c. VPN

b. IP Network d. Internet 19. A very popular system for defining and switching data packets on computer networks. a. Fast Packet c. X.25 b. Packet Switched WANs d. Frame Relay 20. What are the 3 major WAN topologies. a. Frame Relay, Packet Switching, and ATM . b. Leased Lines, Circuit Switching, and Packet Switching c. DSL, ISDN, and ATM d. FDDI, SONET, and DSL 21. What is the other term for Voice over IP? a. Internet telephony c. VoIP b. Voice Gateway d. Wireless telephony 22. This layer of the X.25 protocol converts the frames into packets suitable for the network. a. physical layer c. packet layer b. frame layer d. data link layer 23. This determines the function of the packet specifically, whether it contains information or control signal. a. DTI c. MTI b. PTI d. BTS 24. This protocol is very commonly used to upload files and download them from servers on the network, is another application program. This is often invoked transparently by Web browser or file downloads. a. FTP c. SMTP b. TCP d. IP 25. A system that allows users to access documents from widely separated source on the Internet using a common interface. a. WWW c. SNMP b. HTTP d. IGRP

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Multiple Choice. Encircle the letter of the best answer. 1. What is the other term for IPv6? a. 32 Bit IP Address c. TCS Binary b. IPng d. TCP/IP 2. It is one of the 3 satellite networks (Teledesic) whose consortium is led by Bill Gates that are intended in the 3G category of public mobile network. a. Global Star c. Odyssey b. Iridium d. all of the choices 3. UMTS offers broadband user data rates and operate on what bands of satellite frequencies? a. C and Ku band c. Ka and S band b. K and L band d. L and S band 4. What is the minimum core loss (dB) of a silica optic fiber that make possible practical light wave communications? a. 1.5 dB c. 0.5 dB b. 3 dB d. 0.2 dB 5. What is the diameter of a CD, CD-ROM, or DVD discs? a. 120 mm c. 100 mm b. 240 mm d. 300 mm 6. What is the complete name of a bus topology? a. Common Bus Multipoint Topology b. Full Mesh Topology c. Common Bus Multiport Topology d. Common Oriented Bus Topology 7. ___ is a special cable that consist of two parallel wires with a grounded shield around them. It is sometimes used for Gigabit Ethernet. a. Coax Cable c. Twinax Coax Cable b. Heliax Coax Cable d. Fiber Coax Cable 8. A term used to describe a computer operating system that allows multiple programs to run simultaneously w/o interfering w/ each other. a. multitasking c. multipringting b. multiporting d. multiassigning 9. An Ethernet cable that has the transmit and receive connections reversed at one end, for direct connection of two computers w/o a hub a. break over cable c. cross patching cable b. cross over cable d. cross coupling cable 10. These are the messages to be transmitted over a network. a. signal c. packet b. messages d. traffic 11. The principle standards development body in the USA. It is a nonprofit, non-government body supported by over 1000 trade organizations, professional societies, and companies. a. ANSI c. ISO b. IEEE d. EIA 12. One of the test parameters used when testing Category 5E or Category 6 UTP. This is the calculated difference in dB between attenuation and crosstalk measurements. a. DTR c. ACR b. PPR d. SWR 13. ___ is a high speed cell relay , switching and transport technology for either local or wide area environments. a. ATM c. VPN b. SONET d. HDSL 14. Loss of signal strength as a function of distance. a. collision c. contention b. convention d. attenuation 15. Most commonly used with reference to the 15-pin D type connector and cables used to connect single and multiple channel equipment to an Ethernet transceiver. a. Attached Unit Interface c. Chromatic Dispersion b. Closet d. Channel 16. A standard for determining the wire size. a. DDT c. AWG b. DMT d. AMD 17. The part of the network that carries the heaviest traffic.

a. segment c. node b. back bone d. architecture 18. The portion of light in a fiber that is redirected to that it travels in the opposite direction of intended transmission. a. cut-off wavelength c. cross connect b. delay skew d. back scattering 19. The data-carrying capacity of a transmission medium, usually measured in hertz, which equals cycles per second. a. Data rate c. Baud rate b. Bandwidth d. Bit rate 20. The frequency band occupied by a single or composite signal in its original or unmodulated form. a. Base band c. Wide band b. Broad band d. Narrow band 21. A not-for-profit professional association for those involved in the design and installation of cabling infrastructures / telecommunications distribution systems. a. BICS I c. ANSI b. IEEE d. EIA 22. A wireless technology that allows for signals to be transmitted over distances of <10 meters at a frequency of 2.4 GHz at speeds of less than 1Mbps speed. a. WiFi c. Bluetooth b. WIMAX d. Infrared 23. A transmission facility that has a bandwidth (capacity) capable of carrying numerous voice, video and data channels simultaneously. Each channel operates on a different frequency. a. Base band c. Wide band b. Broad band d. Narrow band 24. The material that surrounds the fiber cladding. a. Core c. Buffer b. Cladding d. Gela 25. A Local Area Network topology in which all workstations are connected to a single cable. On this network, all workstations hear all transmissions on the cable. a. ring c. star b. bus d. mesh

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