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Trunking gain is the gain that you get when you have less entry points to the resources (e.g. 1 line in front of the 10 airport check-in counters works much better than 10 lines in front of the same 10 airport check-in counters).

Q: Effective Frequency Load is a way of measuring spectral efficiency with a hopping system.

Q: It is good enough to use RF hopping reuse 1/1 with MA list length 15 in the area with 6+6+6 BTS .

Q: Increment in the down tilt can optimize overshooting site .

Q: Increasing the Antenna Heights does not increase the coverage of a site. Q: Cell/Site splitting can be used for capacity enhancement as well?

Q: Cell/Site splitting is often ignored for capacity enhancement due to more cost to hardware & limitation of frequency.

Q: If we increase TRX for capacity would we need more frequency as well?

Q: Micro cell layer is often deployed to enhance the capacity in high traffic areas within a macro cell.

Q: What are the problems with high-rise buildings? Q: DR is helpful for which of the following?

Q: Which of the following happens in a network if there are legacy MS that don't support C2?

Q: C2 can be used for traffic management in dual band, and Microcell.

Q: TIMING ADVANCE measure the distances MS and BTS with resolution of 550 meters. Which of the following measures the distances in time and in space?

which of the following is correct? Q: How many paging messages does IMSI require? 1.5 1 2 3 Q: TMSI and TIMSI are same.Q: What is criteria of the suitable cells for MS to camp on? Q: TMSI and TIMSI are same. Q: Which one of the following CCCH are in DL? Q: How do you measure CONGESTION in? Q: How do you measure BLOCKING in? Q: Which of the following size can we achieve practically for the cell? Q: How many paging messages does IMSI (International Mobile Subscriber Identity) require? Q: How many MS can you page with 1 paging message done without IMSI? Q: How many MS can you page with 1 paging message done without (Temporary IMSI) TIMSI? Q: Can you change the Paging method without BSS parameters? Q: If AGCH=0. TRUE FALSE Q: How many MS can you page with 1 paging message done w/ IMSI? .

Q: What are the limitations for GSM cell coverage? Q: MSC is responsible for which of the following? . Q: The first operators in Pakistan were Mobilink. They are: Q: The Network and Switching Subsystem is also known as _______________. Their vendors are: Q: Due to historical reasons. Q: The _______MHz GSM frequency channel is stronger and better for the country's rural areas. Q: EGSM Downlink frequency range is (MHz) ____________________. Q: ________ technique spreads the content of one traffic block across several TDMA timeslots. radio frequencies used for cellular networks differ in ______________.3 1 2 4 Q: How many MS can you page with 1 paging message done w/ TIMSI? 4 3 2 Q: Can you change the Paging method w/ BSS parameters? Yes Q: The GSM network is structured into a number of discrete sections.

. Which SMSC will be used Q: Which SS7 application protocol is used for Voice mail IVR announcement? Q: CAMEL stands for_________.Q: In GSM networks. the transcoder is located at ________________. Q: An ANM message is part of which SS7 layer? Q: What is the SS7 message exchanged between SMSC and HLR? Q: Which SIGTRAN layer protocol exists between SSP and IN? Q: What is Half Power Beamwidth (HPBW)? Q: What are the air interface data rate used for full rate and half rate? Q: Erlangen B model is true for: Q: What is the difference between Mechanical and Electrical tilt of an Antenna in a GSM Network? Q: Which Modulation technique is used in GSM? Q: Which GPRS Node is directly connected to BSCs Q: If a Mobilink Subsciber Receives SMS from Warid. Point Codes are handled by which layer Q: SS7 is categorized as __________. Q: In SS7 protocol.

Q: Mobile Number Portability (MNP) requires additional capabilities in the network to properly route the call to the final destination. the transmission network is generally considered to be the network between the base stations and the __________ Q: The transmission network connects the radio network to the ______________ Q: Owing to the introduction of packet data. .Q: SCP stands for ___________________ Q: Mobile Number Portability (MNP) is: Q: The key goals of implementing Mobile Number Portability (MNP) is to foster effective competition and establish a globally competitive telecom sector with multiple players offering: Q: Mobile Number Portability (MNP) fosters competition by increasing the barrier for customers who wish to change operators. which of the following suited the best with regard to Mobile Number Portability (MNP) in order to facilitate ported subscribers to make or receive calls? Q: In the GSM system. The most important aspect of packet core network planning is dimensioning of the three interfaces: Q: The elements of the core network include: Q: In GPRS systems. The common types of solutions includes: Q: In Pakistan Telecom industry. core network planning is subdivided into two major parts: planning for the circuit core and for the packet core. there are ___coding schemes that are used for the packet data: Q: The GSM 900 Uplink band is ___________.

which operator's HLR will not be involved: Q: The sensitivity and TRX output power for METROSITE is generally. Q: Which one of the following is reverse link channel (from MS to BSC)? Q: MSC is involved in all handover types except: Q: Which of the following information is not stored in a SIM card? Q: An STP is connected to its mated pair node via ________. Q: Retainibility can be checked by _______________. Q: Sensitivity and TRX output power for _____ULTRASITE is typically.Q: CCH Channel in DL is ______. . Q: The legacy MS does support which of the following? Q: What is the inherent difference between UL and DL transmission? Q: Rayleigh Fading is caused due to ______________. Q: For an outgoing sms from Mobilink number to Telenor number.

Q: PCH is not used in ____________.Q: Which is a typical PathLoss you can have in a GSM connection? Q: What is the GSM rejection ratio for the first adjacent channel interference (if -18 dB for the second adjacent interferer)? Q: What is the GSM rejection ratio for co-channel interference? Q: When a cell is being interfered with by another cell with the same carrier frequency the interference is_____ Q: When a cell is being interfered with by another cell with a carrier frequency which is separated by 200kHz for the interferer. the interference is _____ Q: Hopping scheme to be used is determined by the number of TRX and combiner type. 400kHz for the 2nd interferer. True False Q: Do you have MAL with _____ RF hopping only BB hopping only Or both RF and BB Hopping Q: Which are the parameters you will not need to define in the BTS when you want to use a MAL? HSN Maio Step MAIO Offset All of the above Q: Which Layer 2 Timer guards the channel seizure during a Handover is: Q: Same LAC in multiple MSCs __________________. .

and is based on the standard IP router technology? Q: In the GPRS backbone. SGSN uses which of the following to get GGSN and SGSN IP addresses? Q: Which of the following is a card that is implanted in the BSC to manage the GPRS traffic? Q: What physical material is used to connect a telephone to a telephone switch? Q: What is the circuit connecting a telephone to a telephone switch called? .Q: Timer T3113 is used in: Q: Difference in Values of RxLev "Sub" and Rxlev "Full" is due to: Q: The radio network is the part of the network that includes: Q: The mobile station is made up of: Q: The most important SIM functions include all EXCEPT the following: Q: The main aim of radio network planning is to provide a cost-effective solution for the radio network in terms of : Q: The final radio plan consists of all EXCEPT the following: Q: Which of the following interconnects different GPRS operators' backbones. thereby facilitating the roaming feature.

Q: Cell Selection is when you switch on the MS. microcell. . Cell ReSelection when it is already on Q: Electrical Down tilt reduces also side lobes and back lobes. Q: GSM 1900 has 7dB propagation gain over GSM 850. Q: C2 can be used for traffic management in dualband.Q: What are the services offered by GSM Q: Which uplink/ downlink spectrum is allocated to GSM-900? Q: Which uplink/ downlink spectrum is allocated to DCS-1800? Q: What is chipering ? Q: Which statement best defines the purpose of chipering? Q: Can we achieve practically the cell size more than 60Km? Q: Can you change the Paging method w/ BSS parameters? Q: Can you modify the setting of the TA stats in the OSS? Q: Do you need the Synch Cable between cabinets in order to share the T1? Q: Full measurement in the Air I/F is when you use DTX.

Q: Sensitivity and TRX output power for METROSITE is -112 to -115 dBm. 5W TRX Q: Are FULL and SUB stats always sent? Q: DR is helpful for: Q: FULL Is measured on: Q: How do you measure BLOCKING in? Q: How do you measure CONGESTION in? Q: Which of following behaviors don't use SDCCH channel? Q: GSM system uses which type(s) of multiple accesses? Q: How SDCCH Blocking can be reduced on a cell? Q: 1 TA is equals to ________m? Q: After intra-BSC handover is finished. BSC reports to MSC the ________ message. Q: Path Loss is ________? Q: System Information 5 & 6 is sent on ________? .

and there are two adjacent cell with their NCC values are 3 and 4. Q: Length of a SACCH multiframe is? Q: How many frames are in 1 SACCH multiframe? Q: MS sensitivity for power class 4 is? Q: What is the number of frames in traffic multiframe? Q: What are the 2 components of BSIC? Q: Minimum SDCCH configures in a cell? Q: What are different types of Handover reasons? Q: What are the tradeoffs between a Large LAC and a Small LAC? Q: Can 2 MSCs have same LAC? Q: Gb is the interface between ______ and PCU.Q: In the GPRS/EDGE system. Pb is the interface between _________ and PCU. the multiframe of the Packet Data Channel includes ________TDMA frames. each multiframe includes _________ radio blocks. then which one is correct in following description? Q: What is the difference between Full and Sub values in drive test? . each radio block is formed by __________ continuous TDMA frames. Q: If the value of "NCC Permitted" MS received in SI6 in service cell is "00101000".

Q: Optimization involves monitoring. Q: Erlang B model is true for: Q: Electromagnetic waves consist of an oscillatory electric field E and an oscillatory magnetic field B. What is (i) and (ii)? . energy ______. Q: Doppler's Effect applies to________. Q: As a result of interference. verifying and improving the performance of the radio network. Both fields are _______. Q: The diagram below shows the hierarchical structure of the cellular network.Q: The radio network is the part of the network that includes: Q: The mobile station is made up of: Q: Pico-cells are defined as the same layer as micro-cells and are usually used for outdoor coverage.

Q: As a result of interference. Q: What are the different links in a SS7 network? . What is (i) and (ii)? Q: Why is a digital network preferred over an analogue one? Q: The SS7 network consists of _____________.Q: Why is a digital network preferred over an analogue one? Q: Electromagnetic waves consist of an oscillatory electric field E and an oscillatory magnetic field B. Q: Doppler's Effect applies to________. Q: The diagram below shows the hierarchical structure of the cellular network. Both fields are _______. energy ______.

Q: GSM & CDMA protocols include all except: Q: Network Management System (NMS) are not only responsible for the detection of faults. ___________________ became possible.Q: The network is made up of which of the following signaling nodes? Q: Because SS7 signaling does not require seizure of a channel for a conversation prior to the exchange of control information. These networks are becoming ______________________. but also for collecting device statistics over a period of time. Q: What physical material is used to connect a telephone to a telephone switch? Q: What is the circuit connecting a telephone to a telephone switch called? Q: Why is wire twisted together? Q: What do traditional telephone switches do? . Q: Telecommunication today involves the use of an electronic transmitter. Q: The function of transferring signaling services from one signaling link or route to another signaling link or route in case of faults or congestion is performed at? Q: Best coverage is offered by __________ frequency. This may be: Q: The basic elements that are necessary for a telecommunication system to work include: Q: Transmitters and receivers along with their mediums of transmission are often combined together to form networks.

Q: The GSM Module in TEMS CellPlanner Universal supports ___________ of today's and tomorrow's networks. Q: What is the frequency range of MW? Q: Formula for FSL Q: How antenna Gain can be increased? . This feutre would come under which head ? Q: The implementation of a formal ______ solution can bridge the gap that exists between an organization's communication technology and business processes.Q: Out of the following. which is DSL most similar to? Q: What is the general name for a company that provides service on the first mile? Q: What is a MAN? Q: How often is the SQI updated in TEMS Investigation? Q: TEMS can not be used for radio coverage measurement Q: TEMS Investigation has a very flexible and intuitive user interface that keeps training costs at a minimum and allows the user to take full advantage of the powerful features.

Q: How many types of Transmission Media are there? Q: The super imposition of a low freq on a high freq carrier is Modulation. Q: The type of interference is caused by an undesired signal generated within the system is called. Q: Data rate of 1E1: Q: Power Margin to overcome non ideal behavior of the link is Fade Margin. Q: Call Setup Success Rate depends on which factors? Q: What are different types of Handover reasons? Q: What are the major reasons for TCH dropped calls? Q: How can you tell that a handover must be performed? Q: How MSC initiates the paging process to provide a response to an incoming call? Q: Mapinfo provides which of the following functions? . Q: Polarization can be defined as the direction of oscillation of the magnetic field vector.Q: Any Unwanted Signal in the frequency of interest is called interference.

It labels the data such as ______________ . Q: One of the main element of TEMS is that it uses mobiles with _________________ . . The most used analysis includes: Q: Mapinfo can assist to perform cell coverage analysis with its labeling function.Q: Mapinfo table consists of which type of files? Q: Mapinfo can help to perform drive test analysis by displaying drive test results in processing measurement data & graphics modes.

Which of the following should you recommend? Q: The Base Station Controller (BSC) is capable of many functions. Which of the following functions is handled by the BSC itself? Q: Transcoder and Sub-multiplexer (TCSM) are used between the BSC and the MSC.Q: Topology has an important place in synchronisation planning. Which of the following functions is the Transcoder and Sub-multiplexer (TCSM) capable of? Q: When microwave is the chosen medium of transmission. Q: An important application of DSP is in _________ compression and decompression. which of the following capacity requirements calculations on the Ater interface is correct? Q: By removing redundancy. you want to avoid long chains of timing distribution. Based on the assumed scenario above. Q: LTE supports: . link budget calculations are generally based on which of the following? Q: Assume that radio planners have decided that there are five sites of 2 + 2 configuration under a single BSC. Air interface blocking is 2% and Ater. digital signal processing can compress a video signal into a reasonably narrow bandwidth. For your current transmission planning project.

and circuit-switched data in 2G systems . Q: New elements such as ____________ were added to the existing GSM system. Q: Processing systems can be classified as: Q: In EDGE. as against voice.Q: An analog signal does not need to be converted into digital form before DSP techniques can be applied. These elements made it possible to send packet data on the air-interface. high volume movement of data is possible. but still the packet transfer on the air interface behaves like: Q: ____________ is the modulation scheme used for signals in GSM and GPRS networks. The Network Management Systems in 3G systems were capable of managing _____________ also. so did the network management systems. This part of the network handling the packet data is also called the 'packet core network' Q: The core network in 3G networks consists of the following domain/s: Q: As the network technology evolved from 2G to 3G.