Mobile Computing − November 2004

Time : 3 Hrs.] N.B.: 1. (1) Question No. 1 is compulsory. (2) Attempt any four questions out of remaining six questions. [Marks : 100

(a) Draw the block diagram of FHSS transmitter and receiver. Differentiate between slow hopping and fast hopping. [20] (b) Explain different methods used to increase the capacity of an analog cellular system without increasing the number of antenna sites. (a) Explain GPRS architecture reference model and show the protocol architecture of the transmission plane for GPRS. [20] (b) Explain the security algorithms used in GSM. (a) Show the typical satellite system for global mobile telecommunication and describe the basic applications for satellite communications. [20] (b) Explain UMTS basic architecture and also explain frame structure for UMTS FDD mode. (a) (i) What is RTS/CTS in 802.11, what services does it provide and how it is implemented? (ii) Give the physical specification summary of the DSSS and FHSS used by the IEEE 802.11. (b) Explain similarities between HIPERLAN and 802.11. [20]

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(a) Why QoS so important in WATM network? What different types of QoS should a WATM network support? [20] (b) Why is routing in adhoc networks complicated, what are special challenges? (a) How and why does I−TCP isolate problems on the wireless link? What are main drawbacks of this solution? [20] (b) Explain wireless transaction protocol. Write short notes on (any two) (a) Bluetooth (b) Wireless Telephony Application (c) Wireless Datagram Protocol. [20]

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Mobile Computing − May 2005
Time : 3 Hrs.] N.B.: (1) Question No. 1 is compulsory. Attempt any four out of remaining. (2) Marks to the right indicate full marks (3) Make suitable assumptions wherever necessary and clearly justify them. [Marks : 100

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(a) Compare SDMA, TDMA, FDMA and CDMA. [20] (b) What are the limitations of GSM cell in terms of diameter and capacity (voice, data) for the traditional GSM, HSCSD, GPRS ? How can the capacity be increased ? (a) In relation to GSM, Explain the following : (i) 0.3 GMSK modulation for speech (ii) Number of channels and bandwidth allocated to the system. (iii) Bit pattern of time slot. (b) Explain DECT system architecture reference model and protocol architecture. (a) Explain localization of user in satellite network. (b) Compare Iridium, Globstar, ICO, Teledesic. [20]

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(a) Explain Digital Video broadcasting ? [20] (b) How does dynamic source routing handle routing ? What is motivation behind dynamic source routing compared to other routing algorithm from fined networks. (a) Compare 802.11, a,b,g. (b) Explain Power management in JEEE 802.11 infrastructure networks and ad-hoc network. [20]

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(a) Explain how tunneling works in general and especially for mobile IP using IP-in-IP, minimal, and generic routing encapsulation respectively. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of these three methods. [20] (b) Explain three basic handover scenario for WATM. Write notes on any two of the following : (a) I – TCP, Snooping TCP, M-TCP. (b) Architecture and protocol supported by WAP. (c) WTA logical architecture. [20]

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Vidyalankar : B.E. − MC

Mobile Computing − December 2005
Time : 3 Hrs.] N.B.: (1) (2) (2) (3) Question No. 1 is compulsory. Attempt any four questions out of remaining six questions. Marks to the right indicate full marks. Make suitable assumptions wherever necessary and clearly justify them. [Marks : 100

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(a) Explain system architecture of a GSM system. [10] (b) Draw the block diagram of FHSS transmitter and receiver. Differentiate between slow hopping and fast hopping. [10] (a) Write short notes on. (i) Near and far terminals (ii) Hidden and exposed terminals (b) Explain DECT system architecture reference model and protocol architecture. (a) Compare Iridium, Globstar, ICO, Teledesic. (b) Explain Digital Video Broadcasting. (a) Compare IEEE 802.11 a,b,g. (b) Explain Power Management in IEEE 802.11 infrastructure networks and adhoc networks. (a) Explain WATM reference model with several access scenarios. (b) Explain Hiper LANZ basic structure and handover scenarios. [5] [5] [10] [10] [10] [10] [10] [10] [10]

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(a) List the entities of mobile IP and describe IP packet delivery to and from the mobile node. [10] (b) How and why does I−TCP isolate problems on the wireless link ? What are the drawbacks of this solution. [10] Write short notes on any two. (a) WTA Logical Architecture. (b) Wireless datagram Protocol. (c) Indirect TCP, mobile TCP and snooping TCP. [20]

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Mobile Computing − May 2006
Time : 3 Hrs.] N.B.: 1. (1) Question No. 1 is compulsory. (2) Attempt any four questions out of remaining. [10] [10] [Marks : 100

(a) Draw the block diagram of FHSS transmitter and receiver. Differentiate between slow hoping and fast hoping. (b) Explain different methods used to increase the capacity of an analog. Cellular system without increasing the number of antenna sites.

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(a) Show the typical satellite system for global mobile telecommunication and describe the basic applications for satellite communication. [10] (b) Explain the architecture of a GSM system. [10] (a) Explain WATM reference model with several access scenarios. (b) Why routing in adhoc network is complicated, what are special challenges? [10] [10]

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(a) Explain GPRS architecture reference model and show the protocol architecture of the transmission plane for GPRS. [10] (b) Explain Digital Video Broadcasting. [10] (a) Explain similarities between HIPERLAN and IEEE 802.11. [10] (b) Explain how tunneling works in general and especially for mobile IP using IP−in−IP, minimal and generic routing, encapsulation, respectively. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of these three methods. [10] (a) How and why does I−TCP isolated problems on the wireless link? [10] What are the main drawbacks of this solution? (b) What are the primary goals of the WAP Forum efforts and how are they reflected in the WAP protocol architecture. [10] Write notes on any two : (a) Indirect TCP, mobile TCP and snooping TCP. (b) WTA logical architecture (c) Bluetooth (d) UMTS basic architecture and frame structure for UMTS FDD mode. [20]

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University Question Papers

Mobile Computing − November 2006
Time : 3 Hrs.] N.B.: (1) Question No. 1 is compulsory. (2) Attempt any four questions out of remaining six questions. (3) Figures to the right indicate full marks. [10] [10] [10] [10] [10] [10] [Marks : 100

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(a) Explain signalling protocol architecture of a GSM system. (b) Explain localization of user on satellite network. (a) Explain in detail different types of TDMA. (b) Explain handover and security provided in GSM. (a) Explain power management in IEEE 802.11 infrastructure networks and ad−hoc networks. (b) Explain digital audio broadcasting in detail along with DAB frame structure.

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(a) Explain WATM reference model with several access scenarios. [10] (b) Explain what is mean by Tunnelling and encapsulation. How it works in Ip−in−IP, minimal, and generic routing encapsulation? Show schematic. [10] (a) Explain the need of spreading the spectrum. Explain in detail different types spreading the spectrum. (b) List the entities of mobile IP and describe IP packet delivery to and from the mobile Node. (a) Explain the different components and interfaces of the WAP architecture in detail. (b) Explain Hiper LANZ basic structure and handover scenarios. Write notes on any two : (a) UMTS basic architecture and frame structure for UMTS FDD mode. (b) Bluetooth (c) Indirect TCP, mobile TCP and snooping TCP. [10] [10] [10] [10] [10]

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Mobile Computing − May 2007
Time : 3 Hrs.] N.B.: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Question No. 1 is compulsory. Attempt any four questions out of remaining six questions. Assumptions made should be clearly stated. Figures to the right indicate full marks. Assume suitable data wherever required but justify the same. [10] [10] [Marks : 100

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(a) What is spread spectrum ? How spreading the spectrum can be achieved ? Explain. (b) Explain WATM reference model with several access scenarios.

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(a) Explain the different methods to increase the capacity of an analog cellular system without increasing the number of antenna sites. [10] (b) Explain digital video broadcasting. [10] (a) Compare Iridium, Globstar, ICO and Teledesic. (b) List the entities of mobile IP and describe IP packet delivery to and from the mobile node. (a) Explain different security services offered by GSM. (b) Explain wireless datagram protocol. (a) Explain dynamic source routing with example. (b) What are general problems of mobile IP regarding security and support of quality of service. [10] [10] [10] [10] [10] [10]

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(a) Explain the similarities between HIPERLAN and 802.11. [10] (b) Why quality of service important in WATM network ? What different QOS should a WATM network support ? [10] (a) Explain indirect TCP, mobile TCP and snooping TCP. [10] (b) Explain GPRS architectural reference model and show the protocol architecture of the transmission plane for GPRS. [10]

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Vidyalankar : B.E. − MC

Mobile Computing − November 2007
Time : 3 Hrs.] N.B.: (1) Question No. one is compulsory. (2) Attempt any four out of remaining six questions. [10] [10] [Marks : 100

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(a) Explain in detail. (i) Near and far Terminals (ii) Hidden and exposed terminals (b) Explain DECT System architecture reference model and protocol architecture.

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(a) Draw block diagram of FHSS transmitter & receiver. Differentiate between slow frequency and fast frequency hopping. [10] (b) Explain HIPERLAN2 basic structure and handover scenarios. [10] (a) Discuss some of the routing protocol and strategies suitable for ad-hoc mobile network. (b) Explain Bluetooth protocol stack with neat diagram. [10] [10]

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(a) Explain GPRS architecture reference model and show the protocol architecture of the transmission plane for GPRS. [10] (b) Explain power management in IEEE 802.11 infrastructure network and ad-hoc networks. [10] (a) Explain System architecture of a GSM System (b) Explain Digital Video Broadcasting. (a) Explain WATM reference model with several access scenarios (b) Compare Iridium, Globalstar, ICO, Teledesic Write notes on (any two) (a) IPv6 in mobile communication (b) Indirect TCP, Mobile TCP, and Snooping TCP (c) Architecture and protocol supported by WAP (d) CDMA. [10] [10] [10] [10] [20]

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Mobile Computing − May 2008
Time : 3 Hrs.] N.B.: (1) Attempt any five questions. (2) Marks to the right indicate full marks. (3) Make suitable assumptions wherever necessary and clearly justify them. [Marks : 100

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(a) Explain system architecture of a GSM system. [10] (b) Draw the block diagram of FHSS transmitter and receiver. Differentiate between slow hopping and fast hopping. [10] (a) Explain WATM reference model with several access scenarios. (b) Why routing in adhoc network is complicated ? What are special challenges ? (a) Explain power management in IEEE 802.11 infrastructure network and ad−hoc networks. (b) Explain Digital Video Broad Casting. (a) Explain Bluetooth protocol stack with neat diagrams. (b) Explain HIPERLAN 2 basic structure and handover scenarios. (a) Explain DECT system architecture reference model and protocol architecture. (b) Compare Iridium, Globalstar, ICO and Teledesic. [10] [10] [10] [10] [10] [10] [10] [10]

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(a) Explain in detail : [10] (i) Near and Far Terminals (ii) Hidden and exposed terminals. (b) What are the primary goals of the WAP Forum efforts and how are they reflected in the WAP protocol architecture ? [10] Write notes on any two : (a) Indirect TCP, mobile TCP and snooping TCP. (b) UMTS basic architecture and frame structure for UMTS FDD mode. (c) IPV6 in mobile communication. (d) CDMA. [20]

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University Question Papers

Mobile Computing − November 2008
Time : 3 Hrs.] N.B. : (1) (2) (3) (4) Question No. 1 is compulsory. Attempt any four question from remaining six questions. Figures to the right indicate full marks. Draw diagram wherever necessary. [10] [10] [Marks : 100

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(a) Explain signaling protocol architecture of a GSM system. (b) Discuss various types of handover and explain their management.

(a) Show the typical satellite system for Global Mobile telecommunication and describe the basic applications for satellite communication. [10] (b) Explain power management in IEEE 802.11 infrastructure network and Adhoc network. [10] (a) Explain the need of spreading the spectrum. Explain different types of spreading the spectrum. (b) Explain digital video broadcasting. (a) Compare IEEE 802.11 a.b.g. (b) What advantages does the use of IPV6 offer for mobility ? What are the entities of mobile IP now ? [10] [10] [10] [10]

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(a) Explain GPRS architecture reference model and show the protocol architecture of the transmission Plane for GPRS. [10] (b) Explain architecture and protocol supported by WAP. [10] (a) Why QOS is so important in WATM network ? What are the different types of QOS should WATM network support ? [10] (b) Explain what is mean by Tunneling and Encapsulation. How it works in IP-in-IP, minimal and generic routing encapsulation ? Show schematic. [10] Write notes on any two : (a) Bluetooth (c) WTA logical architecture [20] (b) CDMA (d) UMTS basic architecture and frame structure for UMTS FDD mode.

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Mobile Computing − May 2009
Time : 3 Hrs.] N.B. : (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Question No. 1 is compulsory. Attempt any four question from remaining six questions. Figures to the right indicate full marks. Draw neat diagram wherever necessary. All questions carry equal marks. [10] [10] [10] [10] [10] [10] [10] [10] [10] [10] [10] [10] [20] [Marks : 100

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(a) Draw the block diagram of FHSS transmitter and receiver. Differentiate between slow hopping and fast hopping. (b) Write short notes on : (i) Near and far terminals (ii) Hidden and Exposed terminals. (a) Discuss MAC protocol for IEEE 802.11. (b) Compare Iridium, Globalstar, ICO and Teledesic. (a) Explain Bluetooth protocol stack with neat diagram. (b) Explain system architecture of a GSM system. (a) What do you understand by QoS in mobile network ? Explain the parameter which determines QoS ? (b) Explain DECT system architecture reference model and protocol architecture. (a) What advantages does the use of IPV6 offer for mobility ? What are the entities of mobile IP now ? (b) Explain what is meant by tunneling and Encapsulation. How it works in IP-in-IP, minimal, and generic routing encapsulation ? Show schematic. (a) Write in detail about indirect TCP (I-TCP) including its merits and demerits over snooping TCP and mobile TCP. (b) Explain power management in IEEE 802.11 infrastructure networks and ad-hoc networks. Write short notes on any two : (a) UMTS basic architecture and frame structure for UMTS FDD mode. (b) WTA logical architecture (c) CDMA

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