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NAME: ____ANSWER KEY____________________ 5. What is WCDMA? 9. What is Pilot Pollution?

DATE: ____________________________________ a. Wideband Code Division Microwave a. When the number of strong cells
exceeds the active set size. If there are more than
Access 3 strong cells.

I. Encircle the letter of the best answer. b. Worldwide Code Division Multiple Access b. When the number of strong cells below
the active set size. If there are less than 3 strong cells.
1. What is the number representing the whole 5MHz c. Wideband Code Division Multiple
Bandwidth? Access c. When the number of strong cells are equal
to the active set size. If there are equal to 3 strong cells.
a. CDMA d. Wireless Code Division Multiple Access
10. What is the power measured by a receiver on a
b. UARFCN 6. What is UARFCN? particular physical communication?

c. WCDMA a. Ultra Absolute Radio Frequency Channel a. Ec/No

d. UMTS Number b. SINR

2. What is the information spread over b. Ultra Absolute Radio Frequency Channel c. RSCP
approximately 5MHz?
Network d. RTWP
c. Utra Absolute Radio Frequency Channel 11. What is RTWP?
Network a. Received Transmission Wideband Power
d. Utra Absolute Radio Frequency b. Received Total Wideband Power
d. UMTS Channel Number
c. Received Total Wireless Power
3. What is Guardband? 7. How many Physical Scrambling Codes in
Downlink representing the 5MHz bandwidth? d. Received Transmission Wireless Power
a. Unused part of the radio spectrum
between radio bands whose purpose is to prevent a. 513 12. What is the normal value for RTWP? (For
interferences. Huawei and ZTE Equipment)
b. 512
b. Used part of the radio spectrum between a. -102 dbm to -106 dbm
c. 511
radio bands whose purpose is to prevent interferences
b. -102 dbm to -95 dbm
d. 510
c. Part of radio spectrum to allow
interferences. c. -95 dbm to -100 dbm
8. What is the total 10% power of Node B?
4. What is the value of Guardband for WCDMA? d. -95 dbm to -85 dbm
a. 5 Mhz b. UMTS
b. 3.84 Mhz c. CPICH
c. 1.16 Mhz d. RTWP
d. 580 Khz
13. What are some causes of RTWP? 17. What is the value of R99? 22. What is KPI?

a. Configuration Issues in RNC or Node B a. 385 kbit/s a. Key Performance Index

b. Physical Audit (Jumper Cables / Hardware b. 383 kbit/s b. Key Performance Instructions

Equipments) c. 384 kbit/s c. Key Performance Indicator

c. External Problems (Repeaters) and d. 386 kbit/s 23. What is 3GPP?

VSWR Alarms 18. What is the Downlink throughput if DC a. Third Generation Partnership Project
d. All of the above b. Third General Partners in Project
a. 21Mbps
14. What is the measured of the reflected power on c. Third Generating Partnership Project
a transmission line? b. 41 Mbps
24. What is MSC?
a. VSWR c. 22 Mbps
a. Mobile Switching Center
b. CPICH d. 42 Mbps
b. Mobile Station Center
c. RTWP 19. When Downlink throughput is not DC
Activated? c. Mobile Subscriber Control
a. 21Mbps II. Enumeration
15. What is Propagation Delay?
b. 41 Mbps Types of Handovers
a. it is the length of time taken for the quantity
of interest to reach its destination. c. 22 Mbps
1. Softer Handover
b. the amount of time it takes for the head of d. 42 Mbps
the signal to travel from the sender to the receiver. It 2. Soft Handover
can be computed as the ratio between the link length 20. What is the Maximum Code and Modulation in
and the propagation speed over the specific medium. order to reach 21Mbps?
3. Hard Handover
c. All of the above. a. 10 and 16QAM
4. IRAT Handover
16. What is TTI stands for? b. 15 and 64QAM

a. Time Transmission Interval c. 10 and 64QAM

b. Time Transmitting Interval d. 15 and 16QAM

c. Time Transmission Interference 21. What is OSS?

d. Time Transmitting Interference a. Operating Support System

b. Operation Support System

c. Operation Support Subsystem

Define each type of Handovers

1. Softer Handover - Special case of Soft Handover

which belong on the same NodeB.

2. Soft Handover - Handover from different NodeB

with same frequency.

3. Hard Handover - Handover from different NodeB

with different frequency.

4. IRAT Handover - Handover from 3G to 2G

What is Compress Mode? (3 pts)

2D – Start
2F – Stop
- start compressed mode to measure
inter-freq WCDMA or GSM neighbors.

What are handover events?

1. Intra Frequency Handover

2. Inter Frequency Handover

3. IRAT Handover

Define the following.

Event1A – Addition of Cell

Event1B – Removal of Cell

Event1C – Replacement of Cell

Event1D – Change of Best Cell

Event2D – Start Compress mode

Event2F – Stop Compress Mode

Event3A – (IRAT) Handover to 2G Neighbors