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Wave division multiplexing (WDM) is most similar to: A . Amplitude modulation B . Frequency modulation C . Time division multiplexing D . Frequency division multiplexing E . Carrier sense multiple access with collision detection (CSMA/CD)
When specifying telecommunications outlet boxes, all of the following should be considered EXCEPT: A . Outlet box shall be a minimum of 100 mm (4 in) x 100 mm (4 in) x 76 mm (3 in) B . Outlet boxes should be installed near an electric outlet at the same height C . Different outlet boxes have different support requirements D . Floor mounted telecom outlet boxes should be coordinated with furniture to minimize the potential trip hazard E . Outlet boxes must be of adequate size so that minimum cable bend radius requirements are not exceeded
You are required by architectural design to place UTP cables in the same space as unshielded power lines.
How should you proceed with the placement of your cables? A . Require the architect/electrical engineer to place shielding in the space before your UTP is placed. B . You should provide a minimum separation of 610 mm (24 in). C . You should provide a minimum separation of 229 mm (9 in). D . You should provide a minimum of two 101 mm (4 in) RM
Perimeter raceway systems should be used primarily for: A . Underfloor pathway B . Apartments or hotels where molding is accessible in the work area C . Warehouses with minimal telecommunications services D . Small floor areas where the majority of telecommunication services will be along the walls E . Equipment rooms where cable tray is cost prohibitive
What is the frequency rating of an International Organization for Standardization/International Electrotechnical Commission (ISO/IEC) Category 7/Class F cable? A . 100 MHz B . 250 MHz C . 500 MHz D . 600 MHz E . 1000 MHz
Two sinusoidal signals have the same amplitude (A) and the same frequency (f). They differ in phase by 180 degrees.
If these two signals are added together, the result is a sinusoidal signal having an amplitude of: A . Zero B . 0.707A and a frequency of f C . A and a frequency of 2f D . 2A and a frequency of f E . 2A and a frequency of 2f