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1. An idle channel in the IMTS system is one


unused channel that:
ANS. ALL MOBILE UNITS MONITOR FOR
THEIR ADDRESS
2. The frame alignment format in the DS-1
signal contains ___ bits!.
ANS. 1
". Synchroni#ation of digital s$itches in the
%orth American tele&hone net$or' is done
using aan! ___ techni(ue.
ANS. MASTER/SLAVE
). The line coding scheme used for the DS-1
signal is ___.
ANS. BIPOLAR
*. Sam&ling the analog $a+e &roduces __
modulation.
ANS. PULSE AMPLITUDE
,. -uanti#ation assigns __ to analog
sam&les.
ANS. NUMBERS
.. The sim&lest form of coding is ___.
ANS. LINEAR
/. A coder for a ,) inter+al (uanti#er must
&roduce ho$ many bits0
ANS. 7
1. A circuit that transmits alternating
currents $hose fre(uencies are bet$een
gi+en u&&er and lo$er cut-off +alues2 $hile
substantially attenuating all fre(uencies
outside this band.
ANS. BANDPASS FILTER
13. 4et$een t$o (uanti#ers2 the (uality of
one $ith the lo$er S-5 $ill be ___.
ANS. LOWER
11. DTM6 dialing ta'es ___ 7
ANS. LESS
12. 8hich of the follo$ing are im&ortant for
&ro&er interface of a DTM6 generator to the
tele&hone line0
ANS. IMPEDANCE, TONE AMPLITUDE AND
LOOP CURRENT
1". The anti-tin'le circuit &re+ents dial &ulsing
from ___.
ANS. RINGING THE BELL
1). A ty&e of s&herical aberration in $hich
light rays from a single &oint of an ob9ect do
not con+erge at the corres&onding &oint in
the image.
ANS. ASTIGMATISM
1*. A ty&e of feedbac' determined by the
balancing net$or' and &ermits the tal'er to
hear his:her o$n +oice.
ANS. SIDETONE
1,. The e(ui&ment used by the tele&hone
net$or' changes slo$ly to balance ne$
technology against ___.
ANS. COST
1.. 8hich 'inds of signal are transmitted on
the local loo&0
ANS. VOICE, TONES AND PULSES
1/. 8hich office class is the local central
office0
ANS. 5
11. 8hich e;change is used to connect
bet$een central offices $hen a direct trun' is
not a+ailable0
ANS. TANDEM
23. In satellite T<2 the modulation of an u&lin'
carrier $ith a triangular $a+eform is called
___.
ANS. ENERGY DISPERSAL
21. 8hat com&onent in the tele&hone set has
the &rimary functions of com&ensating for the
local loo& length0
ANS VARISTOR
22. 8hat ty&e of recei+er is most commonly
used in a con+entional tele&hone handset0
ANS. ELECTROMAGNETIC
2". 8hich com&onent in the tele&hone set has
the &rimary function of interfacing the
handset to the local loo&0
ANS. INDUCTION COIL
2). The micro&hone &re-am&lifier=s balanced
differential in&ut reduces the li'elihood of __
from the recei+er circuit.
ANS. CROSSTALK
2*. Memory is added to the tele&hone set to
allo$ ___ of the last number dialed.
ANS. AUTOMATIC REDIALING
26. The function of diode rectifier bridge in the
line circuit is to &rotect the set against ___ on
the line.
ANS. POLARITY REVERSALS
27. 6or +ideota&e2 segments are 9oined by
electronic erasing and recording to create a
single &rogram. This is called ___.
ANS. EDITING
28. ___ has a +alue of ).* M># $hich is e(ual
to the difference bet$een the &icture and
sound 56 carrier fre(uencies in a , M># T<
channel.
ANS. INTERCARRIER FREQUENCY
29. __ is ".*/ M># subcarrier signal for color
in tele+ision
ANS CHROMA SIGNAL
30. 8hat bad electrical effect ha&&ens $hen
the s$itch hoo' is o&ened0
ANS A HIGH VOLTAGE TRANSIENT IS
GENERATED
31. ?ulse dialing occurs at a rate of ___
&ulses &er second
ANS 1!
32. ?ulses dialers must ___ the recei+er in the
set $hile dialing
ANS MUTE
33. Integrated tele&hone and s&ea'er&hone
circuit &erformance is o&timi#ed $ith ___
ANS RESISTORS AND CAPACITORS
34. S&ea'er&hones o&erates in ___ mode
ANS HALF"DUPLEX
35. The tele&hone net$or' is being con+erted
to digital o&eration &rimarily to
ANS REDUCE COSTS
36. Digital transmission and signaling are
useful because digital logic circuits are
chea&er than analog2 signaling is easier and it
can &ro+ide a lo$er ___.
ANS SIGNAL"TO"NOISE RATIO
37. Digital transmission has disad+antages
that stem &rimarily from the necessity for
interfacing $ith the ___
ANS EXISTING ANALOG NETWORK
38. The e(uation fs@248 is called the ___
ANS NYQUIST CRITERION
39. The area of the analog +ideo $a+eform
bet$een the end of hori#ontal sync and the
start of acti+e +ideo in %TSA and ?AB +ideo
signals2 this &art is largely occu&ied by the
color burst
ANS BACK PORCH
40. If the code $ord is only ) bits for a T1
system $ith a frame of 11" bits2 ho$ many
channels can be transmitted0
ANS #$
41. The &ortion of the geosynchronous orbit
that &ro+ides o&timum co+erage of country
ANS ARC OF GOOD LOCATION
42. The &arameter describing the
degree of signal com&ression by the
com&anders in the CS net$or' is
ANS %
43. The &arameter describing the degree of
com&ression by the com&anders in the CS
net$or' is ___ systems
ANS HIGHER LEVEL
44. Synchronous multi&le;ed system ha+e the
time &lacement of bits ___
ANS DEDICATED
45. Asynchronous multi&le;ed systems are
used mostly for ___
ANS DATA TRANSMISSION
46. >igh s&eed transmission systems for
carrying data o+er t$isted co&&er &airs are
'no$n as ___ systems
ANS DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER LINE &DSL'
47. The a+erage le+el of the luminance $ithin
an acti+e &icture. Csually e;&ressed as a
&ercentage of reference $hite le+el
ANS AVERAGE PICTURE LEVEL &APL'
48. The designer of central office e(ui&ment
should maintain the ___ bet$een the
subscriber and central office
ANS STANDARD INTERFACE
49. The difference bet$een the lineside and
trun'side interfaces is that lineside refers to
the subscriber loo& and trun'side refers to
___.
ANS CONNECTION TO OTHER OFFICES
*3. SBIA stands for
ANS SUBSCRIBER LINE INERFACE CARD
51. The noise generated by TDm carrier
system is ___ that generated by analog
carrier systems
ANS MUCH LESS THAN
52. Dne section in a D1 channel band handles
___ +oice channels
ANS (#
53. 6unctions &erformed by D-tye channel
ban's are:
ANS DIALED NUMBER...
54. Data sent by D1 channel ban' are at __
Mb&s
ANS 1.5##
55. Multi&le;er systems used in the &unlic
net$or' are of the ___ ty&es
ANS SYNCHRONOUS
56. An area of great brightness on a T<
dis&lay or a +ery bright &ortion of a &icture
ANS HIGHLIGHT
57. ?ulse stuffing in used in TDM to ___ the
transmission rate bet$een in&ut channels
ANS EQUALI)E
58. 8hat 'ind of modulation is used to
modems0
ANS FM, AM, PM
59. Asynchronous data transmission re(uires
a cloc' at ___
ANS BOTH ENDS
60. An added &erformance feature of modern
modems is the &ro+ision of data rates of u& to
___ b&s
ANS 5*!!!
61. The most common CS standard for
interfacing bet$een digital terminal
e(ui&ment and modems is ____
ANS EIA RS"(+(C
,2. Modem of modern design using lo$ cost
electronics to &erform more ad+anced
modulation techni(ues no$
ANS TDMA
63. An accessory that se&arates incoming
C>62 <>6 and AM antenna signals so that
they can be directed to their res&ecti+e
terminals
ANS BAND SEPARATOR
64. 4oth dot and line &attern on a T< screen
are &roduced by ___
ANS PULSE WAVEFORM
65. 8hite-dot and cross-hatch generators are
chiefly used for ___
ANS CONVERGENCE
66. Dynamic con+ergence controls are
ad9usted to obtain correct con+ergence at the
__ of the screen
ANS EDGES
67. 8hich of the follo$ing is a midband
cable T< channel0
ANS A OR 1#
68. Aoa;ial cable for distribution systems has
an im&edance of
ANS 75 OHMS
69. The cable con+erter out&ut for the t+
recei+er is usually on channel
ANS +
70. A ta& for the subscriber dro& line has a
ANS HIGH TAP LOSS
71. The most &o&ular &lug for 5E*1C coa;ial
cable is the
ANS F CONNECTOR
72. The difference bet$een asynchronous and
synchronous transmission is the $ay the
synchroni#ation is &ro+ided2 the $ay the
beginning of a bloc' of data is detected and
the $ay the beginning of ___ is determined
ANS A CHARACTER
73. The ability to collect light is directly
&ro&ortional to the
ANS SI)E OF THE ACCEPTANCE CONE
74. A ty&ical light beam launched onto a fiber
o&tic $ill find a great number of modes of
&ro&agation o&en to it. This is called ___
dis&ersion
ANS INTERMODAL
75. Asynchronous transmission has lo$-s&eed
transmission of less than ___ 'b&s
ANS (.#
76. Mobile tele&hone users originate and
recei+e calls automatically &ro+ided they are
in ___
ANS HOME AREA AND CHANNELS ARE
AVAILABLE
77. The regulator in an integrated tele&hone
circuit controls ___ and ___
ANS CURRENT AND VOLTAGE
78. Transient &rotection for integrated
tele&hone circuits is ty&ically &ro+ided by ___
ANS )ENER DIODES
79. The &rinci&al difference loo& start and
ground start is that loo& start is ___ signaling
$hich may in+ol+e a slight delay
ANS ONE ....
80. Eround start is ___ signaling that is
instantaneous
ANS EITHER"WAY
81. 6old o+er distortion or aliasing is the
&resence of s&urious fre(uencies caused by
ha+ing fre(uencies that are __ in the sam&led
signals
ANS TOO HIGH
82. Flectronic cross&oint arrays re(uire a ___
to stay latched
ANS MINIMUM HOLDING CURRENT
/". TDM carrier systems are gro$ing int
number because they can use __ integrated
circuits
ANS LOW"COST, LARGE ...
84. The &arameter that most affects
transmission of high s&eed modem data is
____
ANS PHASE DISTORTION
85. A ty&e of dc signaling
ANS LOOP CURRENT, REVERSE ...
86. The +oice fre(uency channel &assband is
___ >#
ANS ! " #!!!
87. Tele&hone s$itching is accom&lished by
the use of ___ s$itches
ANS DIGITAL SWITCHES, STEP"BY"
STEP, AND CROSSBARS
88. A s$itch in+ented by Stro$ger2 that
generates much noise and cannot o&erate
directly from DTM6 tones
ANS STEP"BY"STEP
89. Time di+ision multi&le;ing is ___
transmission
ANS DIGITAL
90. Aon+entional transmission used for media
include t$isted &air cable2 micro$a+e
$a+eguide G ___
ANS FIBER
91. The nominal +alue of the dial &ulse brea'
inter+al in milliseconds in the Cnited States is
ANS
12. 8hat ty&e of transmitter has been
re&laced by the use of micro&hones in many
modern tele&hones0
ANS CARBON
1". >o$ many uni(ue tones are used for the
12-'ey dual-tone multifre(uency 'ey&ad0
ANS 7
1). An erroneous lo$er fre(uency obtained
$hen a &eriodic signal is sam&led at a rate
e(ual or less than t$ice the signal=s
fre(uency.
ANS ALIASING
1*. The tele&hone set can change as long as
the ___ remains the same.
ANS
1,. 8hat determines the minimum o&erating
current in the local loo&0
ANS
1.. Dn-hoo' current must be 'e&t lo$ so that
the line relays in the central office $ill not
___.
ANS MISTAKE IT FROM ,
1/. ?o$er to o&erate the tele&hone and the
subscriber loo& is usually &ro+ided by the
central office and is called __ because
batteries are sometimes used.
ANS
11. A booth in a T< studio for obser+ers2 such
as s&onsors and <I?s.
ANS
133. 8hat is needed because of
transients from lightning2 induction or short
circuits0
ANS OVERLOAD PROTECTION
131. A s&ecial rectifier bridge is used in
electronic tele&hones because the +oltage
dro& across con+entional bridges lea+es __ to
o&erate the set.
ANS
132. The difference bet$een the sound
carrier fre(uencies in t$o ad9acent T< channel
is ___.
ANS * MH-
13". Bine-of-transmission is a
characteristic of &ro&agation for the
ANS VHF BAND AND UHF BAND
13). In T< channel 1) ).3 to ).,
M>#!2 the ".*/ M># color signal is transmitted
at ___.
ANS #7#.$+ MH-
13*. The difference bet$een the sound
carrier and the color subcarrier fre(uencies is
ANS !..( MH-
13,. The ma;imum de+iation of the 6M
sound signal2 in 'ilohert#2 is
ANS (5
13.. In negati+e transmission2 $hat is
the relati+e am&litude of the modulated
&icture carrier $a+e for ma;imum $hite0
ANS 1(.5 /
13/. In negati+e transmission2 $hat is
the relati+e am&litude of the modulated
&icture carrier $a+e for the ti& of sync0
ANS 1!! /
131. In negati+e transmission2 $hat is
the relati+e am&litude of the modulated
&icture carrier $a+e for the blan'ing le+el0
ANS 75 /
113. In negati+e transmission2 $hat is
the relati+e am&litude of the modulated
&icture carrier $a+e for blac' in the &icture0
ANS *7.5 /
111. The MA")11) is &rimarily designed
to $or' $ith a __ micro&hone.
ANS HIGH"IMPEDANCE ELECTRET
112. >o$ many different tones may be
&roduced by a four-column DTM6 'ey&ad0
ANS 1*
11". A de+ice in a T< camera tube to
reduce or eliminate strea's2 called comets.
ANS ANTI"COMET TAIL GUN
11). Csed in "D-image T< camera
systems to form a de&th +ideo signal.
ANS ANTI"LOGARITHMIC AMPLIFIER
11*. 8hat is an ad+antage of electronic
ringers0
ANS SMALLER SI)E
11,. 8hat functions are &ro+ided in a
multitone ringing generator0
ANS ANTI"TINKLE CIRCUITRY, TONE
GENERATION AND OUTPUT AMPLIFIER
11.. The DTM6 generator in an
electronic &hone &roduces tones using an!
___ circuit.
ANS DIGITAL DIVIDER
11/. A &ie#oelectric transducer is a
ceramic disc used to __.
ANS
111. The ca&ability of an im&ro+ed or
enhanced &iece of hard$are to acce&t
soft$are designed for an earlier model.
ANS BACKWARD COMPATIBILITY
123. 8hat function is not re(uires in an
integrated tele&hone circuit0
ANS VISUAL DISPLAY
121. 8hat does a micro&rocessor
re(uire in order to $or' $ith a tele&hone
circuit0
ANS ROM AND RAM
122. Aodes usually encode the signal by
sam&ling it and using ___ to encode.
ANS SUCCESSIVE BINARY
APPROXIMATION
12". DTM6 recei+ers are re(uired to tell
the difference bet$een __ and ___.
ANS RANDOM SPEECH FREQUENCIES, ,
12). Semiconductor cross&oint
s$itching arrays use __ de+ices that $ill
remain latched in the conducting state.
ANS PNPN
12*. ___ is done by retransmission2
adding redundancy2 &arity and cyclic
redundancy chec's.
ANS ERROR CONTROL OF DATA ,
12,. ?rotocols may be ___ oriented.
ANS BIT ORIENTED, BYTE ORIENTED
AND CHARACTER ORIENTED
12.. 6iber o&tics communications are
ad+antageous because of no FMI2 lo$ $eight2
small si#e and ___.
ANS LOW LOSS
12/. 5efraction is the ___ of a light ray
as it &asses across a boundary surface
bet$een t$o media of differing o&tical
densities.
ANS CHANGE ,
121. ___ ser+ice is the conce&t of
di+iding a city into may cells2 each ser+iced
by a lo$-&o$er transcei+er base station.
ANS CELLULAR MOBILE
1"3. A cordless tele&hone is a &ortable
e;tension tele&hone using __ bet$een the
handset and the base unit.
ANS
1"1. A "*-mm frame of film that
measures ", ; 2) mm has an as&ect ration of
___.
ANS +(
1"2. In a lo$-le+el AM system2
am&lifiers follo$ing the modulated stage must
be __ de+ices.
ANS LINEAR DEVICES
1"". The carrier is simultaneously
modulated by t$o sine $a+es $ith the
modulation indices of 3." and 3.). the total
modulation inde; is ___.
ANS !.5
1"). T< recei+er e(ui&ment2 Hrabbit
earsI refers to ___.
ANS RECEIVING ANTENNA