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Practice Quiz in Wire and Wireless Communications System Part 34

(Last Updated On: December 21, 2017)Quiz in Wire and Wireless Communications System

This is the Online Practice Quiz in Wire and Wireless Communications System Part 34 as one of the Communications Engineering topic. In Preparation for the ECE Board Exam make sure to expose yourself and familiarize in each and every questions compiled here taken from various sources including but not limited to past Board Examination Questions in Electronic System and Technologies, Communications Books, Journals and other Communications References.

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Quiz in Wire and Wireless Communications System

Question 331. It is a means of avoiding full-cell splitting where the entire area would otherwise need to be segmented into smaller cells.

A. segmentations

B. dualization

C. sectoring

D. splitting


Question 332. A receiver channel has a frequency is 872.4 MHz. to develop an 82.2 MHz IF, the frequency synthesizer must apply an local oscillator signal of ____ (The local oscillator is usually higher than the receive frequency).

A. 790.2 MHz

B. 827.4 MHz

C. 954.6 MHz

D. 967.4 MHz


Question 333. The maximum frequency deviation of an FM cellular transmitter is

A. 6 kHz

B. 12 kHz

C. 30 kHz

D. 45 kHz


Question 334. Signals that provides call status information, such as busy or ringback signals

A. supervising

B. hybriding

C. controlling

D. ringing


Question 335. The most widely used fax standard is

A. group 1

B. group 2

C. group 3

D. group 4


Question 336. Type of loop signaling which is widely used in new switching systems to supervise trunks between two central offices.

A. battery and ground pulsing

B. reverse battery signaling

C. loop pulsing

D. duplex signaling


Question 337. The modern Touch-tone telephone is called

A. 600-type telephone set

B. 2500-type telephone set

C. 2800-type telephone set

D. 1500-type telephone set


Question 338. A switching facility connecting cellular telephone base stations to each other and to the public switched telephone network.

A. MTSO

B. MSC

C. VLR

D. AuC


Question 339. Cellular telephones use which operation?

A. simplex

B. half-duplex

C. full-duplex

D. triplex


Question 340. It is the state of the telephone when it is idle.

A. on-hook

B. off-hook

C. semi-hook

D. hook-in

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