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1. The Bluetooth technology was named after the 10
th
century
Danish King who unified Denmark. What is his first name?
a. Dennis
b. Harold
c. Michael
d. George

2. Bluetooth works in the range of 2.4 GHz frequency band
commonly called the ISM band. ISM means
a. Information Systems Management
b. Information Standard Meter
c. Industrial Scientific Medical
d. Industrial Standard Medical

3. Bluetooth is a wireless proximity communication standard that
has been under development for a few years, which promises to
connect the electronic devices of all horizons, without wires,
without infrared, only by
a. Audio frequencies
b. Radio frequencies
c. Light frequencies
d. Microwave frequencies

4. The protocol used by Bluetooth for carrying data over low power
radio transmission.
a. TCP/IP
b. WAP
c. PIP
d. PPP

5. The following are characteristics of Bluetooth except
a. Small
b. Low power
c. Wireless
d. Long range

6. The range covered by Bluetooth technology
a. 10 m
b. 10 mi
c. 10 km
d. 10 in

7. One of the following statements about Bluetooth is false:
a. Bluetooth doesn’t require an LOS connection in order to
communicate
b. Bluetooth is designed to operate in a noisy radio frequency
environment
c. Bluetooth is a global de facto standard for wireless
connectivity.
d. Bluetooth doesn’t use frequency hopping

8. A Bluetooth network with one master and one or more slaves.
a. Point to point
b. Point to multipoint
c. Piconet
d. Scatternet

9. The maximum number of devices in a piconet.
a. 12
b. 7
c. 8
d. 10

10. When two piconets are so close, they have overlapping
coverage areas. This scenario is called
a. Interference
b. Crosstalk
c. Distortion
d. Scatternet
11. A new non-voice value added service that allows information to
be sent and received across a mobile telephone network. It
supplements today’s circuit switched data and short message
service.
a. GPS
b. GPRS
c. WAP
d. FTP

12. The following are key user features of GPRS except
a. Speed
b. Immediacy
c. No store and forward
d. Service access

13. GPRS means
a. General Packet Radio System
b. Global Packet Radio Service
c. General Packet Radio Service
d. Global Positioning Radio System

14. One of the following GPRS statements is false.
a. GPRS uses, store and forward
b. GPRS facilitates instant connections whereby information
can be sent and received immediately as the need arises.
c. GPRS fully enables mobile internet functionally
d. GPRS has limited cell capacity for all users.

15. The following are applications of GPRS except
a. Chat
b. Textual and visual information
c. Still and moving images
d. BISDN

16. 10Base2 and 10Base5 use BNC “T” connectors as media
attachment units. BNC means
a. Bayonet Neill Concelman type
b. Blonet connector
c. BIOS Network Connector
d. Bias Network Connector

17. An application environment and set o communication protocols
for wireless devices designed to enable manufacturer, vendor
and technology independent access to the internet and
advanced telephony services.
a. TCP/IP
b. WAP
c. PIP
d. PPP

18. An intermediary between the internet and the mobile network. It
converts WAP request into a Web request when we send
information from a mobile phone to the internet and vice versa.
a. WAP gateway
b. WAP interface
c. WTP
d. HTTP interface

19. The following are limitations of mobile phones for internet
access except
a. Narrowband access
b. Small display
c. Limited memory
d. Network standard dependent

20. The WAP gateway transport layer that sends and receives
messages via any available bearer network
a. WTLS
b. WDP
c. WTP
d. WSP
21. A new technology which offers both internet access and
interactive television programming.
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a. Interactive TV
b. Web TV
c. Satellite TV
d. Both a and b

22. A packet switched data network protocol which defines an
international recommendation for the exchange of data as well
as control information between a user device and a network
node.
a. X.21
b. X.24
c. X.25
d. X.2

23. Used to create pages that can be delivered using WAP
a. WAE
b. WSL
c. WML
d. WTLS

24. An X.25 network layer protocol which manages packet
exchange between DTE devices across virtual circuits.
a. LAPB
b. LAP
c. LAPD
d. PLP

25. One of the following is not a distinct mode operated by the PLP
(Packet Layer Protocol).
a. Call set-up
b. Data transfer
c. Idle
d. Checksum

26. LABP in X.25 means
a. Link Access Procedure Balanced
b. Link Access Procedure B channel
c. Link Access Protocol Balanced
d. Link Access Protocol B- channel

27. Refers to communication services such as voice, facsimile or
voice messaging applications transmitted via the internet
a. VOIP
b. TCP/IP
c. PPP
d. SLIP

28. The following are methods of making calls via VOIP except
a. Directory services
b. Point to point
c. Gateway
d. IP telephony

29. A flexible data communications system implemented as an
alternative to r as an extension to a wired LAN. It uses RF
technology to transmit and receive data over the air, minimizing
the need for wired connection.
a. WAP
b. Wireless LAN
c. Satellite Internet Access
d. Direc PC

30. The following are Wireless LAN technologies except
a. Narrowband
b. Spread spectrum
c. Infrared
d. Wideband

31. One of the following is not a Wireless LAN Configuration
a. Peer to peer
b. Client and access point
c. Use of an extension point
d. Bus

32. In a typical wireless LAN configuration, it connects to the wired
network from a fixed location using standard cabling. At a
minimum, it receives buffers and transmits data between the
wireless LAN and the wired network infrastructure.
a. PCI card
b. NIC
c. Access point
d. Extension point

33. The following are advantages of Wireless LAN except
a. Mobility
b. Flexibility
c. Scalability
d. Interoperability

34. A high performance, cell oriented switching and multiplexing
technology that utilizes fixed length packets to carry different
types of traffic.
a. X.25
b. Frame Relay
c. ATM
d. BISDN

35. An ATM cell has _____ bytes.
a. 48
b. 53
c. 128
d. 133

36. The basic unit in ATM which carries a single stream of cells in
order from user to user.
a. PVC
b. CIR
c. Virtual Path
d. Virtual Channel

37. A public digital telecommunication standard that is designed to
offer high end multimedia, television, CD quality music, data
networking and other services to business and home users.
a. BISDN
b. ATM
c. ISDN
d. ADSL

38. The ATM layer which defines the cell format, how cells are
transported and how congestion is handled, virtual circuit
creation and termination.
a. Physical
b. Network
c. Adaptation
d. Application

39. The ATM interface between ATM connection points of the
different carrier networks.
a. UNI
b. NNI
c. ICI
d. DXI

40. A service independent telecommunications network wherein
intelligence is taken out of the switch and placed in computer
nodes that are distributed throughout the network.
a. IN
b. CCS7
c. BISDN
d. ATM
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41. The following are benefits from IN except
a. Introduce new service rapidly
b. Establish vendor independence
c. Provide service customization
d. Create open interface

42. A method of transmitting, sending and delivering voice over the
Internet with a suitable quality of service.
a. VOIP
b. Web TV
c. Wireless LAN
d. BISDN

43. The following are VOIP methods except
a. Point to point
b. Directory
c. Gateway
d. Router

44. A secure, private communications tunnel between 2 or more
devices across a public network, like the Internet
a. Wireless LAN
b. ISDN
c. VPN
d. VOIP

45. A user-to-LAN connection used by a company that has
employees who need to connect to the private network from
various remote locations.
a. Remote Access VPN
b. VPDN
c. Site to site VPN
d. Both a and b

46. The bluetooth specification was first developed by Ericsson and
was later formalized by the Bluetooth SIG. SIG means
a. Special Interest Group
b. Service Investment Group
c. Service Independent Group
d. Server Investigation Group

47. Bluetooth devices with maximum output power of 100 mw are
classified as Class
a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4

48. The TIA specification which is the basis of TDMA PCS air
interface technology
a. IS-136
b. IEEE 802.15
c. IEEE 802.11
d. IS-54

49. Provides high speed internet access over existing copper
telephone lines
a. ISDN
b. BISDN
c. DSL
d. HFC

50. An emissive flat panel display where light is created by
phosphors excited by a plasma discharge between two flat
panels of glass.
a. LCD
b. Plasma Display
c. CRT
d. HDTV

51. A generic term for a device that is similar to a VCR but records
TV data in digital format
a. VTR
b. DAB
c. DVR
d. CDR

52. A nickname given to a family of international standards used for
coding audio visual information in a digital compressed format.
a. JPEG
b. MPEG
c. DCT
d. WMV

53. The founder of the MPEG group
a. Chiariglione
b. Gozon
c. Blatand
d. Roentgen

54. Translates the pixel integer values into an 8-bit unsigned
information that is used for further processing of the picture
data.
a. Quantizer
b. DCT
c. DVR
d. LD

55. Compression standard used by VCD to store the video and
audio
a. MPEG1
b. MPEG2
c. MPEG3
d. MPEG4

56. Compression standard used by DVD to store the video and
audio
a. MPEG1
b. MPEG2
c. MPEG3
d. MPEG4

57. The following are DVD formats except
a. DVD-5
b. DVD-8
c. DVD-9
d. DVD-10

58. The aspect ratio of HDTV
a. 16:9
b. 1.78:1
c. 4:3
d. Both a and b

59. Compression and encoding scheme used by HDTV.
a. MPEG1
b. MPEG2
c. MPEG3
d. MPEG4

60. Is designed for compressing full-color or gray scale images of
natural, real world scenes using 20:1 compression, 24
bits/pixels
a. JPEG
b. MPEG
c. BMP
d. GIF

61. The other image format widely used on the net which can only
store 8 bits / pixel.
a. JPEG
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b. MPEG
c. BMP
d. GIF

62. MPEG standard for multimedia applications.
a. MPEG1
b. MPEG2
c. MPEG4
d. MPEG7

63. A content representation standard for information search.
a. MPEG1
b. MPEG2
c. MPEG4
d. MPEG7

64. The first optical disc storage media
a. Laser Disc
b. CD
c. VCD
d. DVD

65. Bluetooth radio modules use _____ for modulation
a. GMSK
b. GFSK
c. PCM
d. DM

66. The three low power modes of Bluetooth to conserve battery
life.
a. Sniff mode
b. Hold Mode
c. Park Mode
d. Run Mode

67. Matte painting is popularly known as
a. Bluescreen
b. Greenscreen
c. Computer Generation
d. Character Generation

68. The following are advantages of Greenscreen over Bluescreen
except
a. Green paint has greater reflectance
b. Green screen takes less light to light it
c. Video cameras are usually most sensitive in the green
channel
d. Green spill is usually objectionable and obvious even
in small amounts
69. A technology for carrying may signals of different capabilities
through a synchronous, flexible optical hierarchy
a. SONET
b. ATM
c. BISDN
d. HFC
70. It is one of the most important considerations in digital
transmission. It is using a series of repetitive pulses to keep the
bit rate of data constant and to indicate where the ones and
zeroes are located in a data stream
a. Sync
b. Clocking
c. PRC
d. GMT
71. The following are SONET network elements except
a. Terminal multiplexer
b. Regenerator
c. ADM
d. PRC

72. A SONET process used when tributaries are adapted into
Virtual Tributaries by adding justification bits and path overhead
information
a. Mapping
b. Stuffing
c. Aligning
d. Multiplexing
73. A SONET network configuration with survivability or redundancy
as its main advantage
a. Point to point
b. Point to multipoint
c. Hub network
d. Ring
74. A computerized system that provides non-simultaneous
communication 24 hours a day. The system can answer your
phone when you cannot or when you are on the phone and
engaged with another call
a. Answering machine
b. Voice mail
c. Call waiting
d. PABX
75. The following statements about voice mail are true except
a. Voice mail provides an open telephone line
b. Voice mail places a number of calls even if the phone is
unanswered
c. Voice mail offers 24 hours service a day
d. Voice mail service is expensive
76. The European or CCITT equivalent of SONET
a. HFC
b. PDH
c. SDH
d. ADSL
77. The following are typical SDH network equipment except
a. ADM
b. Terminal Unit
c. DXC
d. SCP
78. The fundamental signal of SDH is STM 1 with a fundamental
rate of 155.52 Mbps. STM means
a. Synchronous Transport Module
b. Synchronous Transfer Mode
c. Standard Transport Mechanism
d. Service Transport Mode
79. A network within the SDH which allows the monitoring of the
performance of the network detection and analysis of faults and
the setting up and clearing down of links between customer
locations
a. STM
b. PDH
c. TMN
d. STS
80. The device responsible for converting the 2-wire line from the
local system into a 4-wire line to couple with the ISDN
equipment.
a. NTE
b. TA
c. Hybrid
d. Transformer
81. The device that allows a non-ISDN equipment to be connected
to the ISDN line.
a. NTE
b. TA
c. Hybrid
d. Transformer
82. ISDN channel used to carry signaling and supervisory
information to the network.
a. B
b. D
c. H
d. BISDN
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83. Speed of the D-channel for a PRI.
a. 16 bps
b. 64 kbps
c. 128 kbps
d. 32 kbps
84. H channel composed of 30 B channels
a. H0
b. H11
c. H12
d. H21
85. Speed of the BRI
a. 64 kbps
b. 128 kbps
c. 144 kbps
d. 256 kbps
86. PRI for US
a. 2B + D
b. 23B + D
c. 30B + D
d. 2.048 Mbps
87. Satellite Internet Access is a satellite delivered internet service
which can provide a cost effective, high speed _____ internet
solution to corporate users.
a. Download
b. Upload
c. File transfer
d. Mail transfer
88. A transceiver device used to connect the PC to a typical WLAN
a. MAU
b. Access point
c. Access device
d. Modem
89. A BISDN access network which transports high bit rate
information on the existing copper pair telephone requiring no
changes to the PSTN.
a. HFC
b. FTTB
c. Radio access
d. ADSL
90. A BISDN equipment located at the subscriber premises which
bridges the cable and separates the telephony from video
signals on the downstream and injects signals on the upstream.
a. CCU
b. CAU
c. Cable Router
d. Cybersurfr modem
91. A BISDN equipment which provides the interface between an
HFC transmission system and local and remote TCP/IP
networks.
a. CCU
b. CAU
c. Cable Router
d. Cybersurfr modem
92. A service independent telecommunications network where
intelligence is taken out of the switch and placed in computer
nodes that are distributed throughout the network.
a. IN
b. BISDN
c. Web TV
d. VOIP
93. A service requiring transmission channels capable of supporting
rates greater than the primary rate.
a. IN
b. BISDN
c. Web TV
d. VOIP
94. A flexible data communications system implemented as an
extension to or as an alternative for a wired local area network
within a building or campus.
a. IN
b. WIN
c. WLAN
d. BISDN
95. A DISDN service by which consumers purchase goods and
services from TV channels dedicated to selling products or from
on-line computer service providers.
a. Telemarketing
b. Home Shopping
c. Smart Shopping
d. TV Ads
96. A cable service that allows viewers to purchase movies r special
events on a feature basis.
a. Pay Per View
b. Video On Demand
c. NVOD
d. CATV service
97. Interactive services that enables students from around the
country to participate in virtual classrooms.
a. Distance Learning
b. International Correspondence Courses
c. Interactive Classroom
d. Internet Classroom Assistance
98. Consulting face to face with a doctor would be as easy as
placing a telephone call. Home check-ups could be possible
with an interactive network.
a. Physical Examinations
b. Telemedicine
c. Telecheck-up
d. Virtual Doctor
99. Financial transactions may be conducted at home. Beyond
monitoring account balances, users could authorize electronic
fund transfers to pay bills, analyze stock performance of create
a home budget.
a. Home Banking
b. Telebanking
c. ATM
d. Virtual ATM
100. Two digital signals whose transmission occur at almost the
same rate are
a. Asynchronous
b. Synchronous
c. Plesiochronous
d. Mesochronous
101. Which of the following is not a basic SONET element?
a. Switch interface
b. Digital loop carrier
c. Service control point
d. Add/drop multiplexer
102. SONET systems are
a. Twisted pair copper based technology
b. Fiber optic technology
c. Hybrid fiber coax technology
d. Wireless technology
103. STM means
a. Synchronous Transport Module
b. Synchronous Transfer Mechanism
c. Section Terminating Module
d. Synchronous Transfer Mode
104. The new name of CCITT
a. SCC
b. DECT
c. ITU-T
d. ANSI
105. The following are Wireless LAN configurations except
a. Peer to peer
b. Client & access point
c. Multiple access points & roaming
d. Ring