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NETW 589 QUIZZES WEEK 1 TO 7

NETW 589 QUIZZES WEEK 1 TO 7

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NETW 589 QUIZZES WEEK 1 TO 7  

NETW 589 Quizzes Week 1-7 Wireless Communication Keller 

NETW 589 Quiz Week 1 Wireless Communication Keller 100% Correct 

(TCO A) WHAT DISADVANTAGES DO WIRELESS NETWORKS HAVE?

 (TCO A) AN ELECTROMAGNETIC SIGNAL CONTAINS WHAT FIELDS? WHAT IS THEIR RELATIONSHIP?

 (TCO A) DEFINE AND GIVE AN EXAMPLE OF NARROW BAND AND SPREAD SPECTRUM TRANSMISSION. WHAT IS THE BIG DISADVANTAGE OF NARROW BAND, AND WHY IS SPREAD SPECTRUM A GOOD ALTERNATIVE?

 (TCO A) HOW IS INFORMATION CONVEYED USING AM (AMPLITUDE MODULATION)?

WHEN AN AMPLITUDE MODULATED SIGNAL IS CREATED, THE AMPLITUDE OF THE SIGNAL IS…

(TCO A) IN PHASE MODULATION, WHAT HAPPENS TO THE AMPLITUDE, THE FREQUENCY, AND THE STARTING POINT OF THE CYCLE OF A SIGNAL?

NETW 589 Quiz Week 2 Wireless Communication Keller 100% Correct

(TCO B) WHY DO WE NEED STANDARDS IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS? WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES?

(TCO B) WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DE FACTO AND DE JURE?

DE FACTO STANDARDS ARE NOT REALLY STANDARDS AT ALL. RATHER, THEY ARE…

(TCO B) FOR UNITED STATES STANDARDS, WHAT ARE THE TOP THREE ORGANIZATIONS?

(TCO B) WHAT IS A LINK BUDGET?

NETW 589 Quiz Week 3 Wireless Communication Keller 100% Correct

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