MCQs Mobile Communication: Electronic Engineering MCQs

MCQs Mobile Communication. MCQs on Mobile Communication. Electronic Engineering Multiple Choice Questions for Entry tests and University Electronics Courses.

 

MCQs Mobile Communication

 

 

The interference between the neighboring base stations is avoided by ??

a. Assigning different groups of channels
b. Using transmitters with different power levels
c. Using different antennas
d. All of the above

 

2G CDMA standard – CDMA one supports up to ??

a. 8 users
b. 64 users
c. 32 users
d. 116 users

 

In TD-SDMA, there is a frame of _____ milliseconds and the frame is divided into _____ time slots ??

a. 5, 7
b. 7, 5
c. 2, 5
d. 5, 2

 

NADC is a 2G standard for ??

a. TDMA
b. CDMA
c. Both a & b
d. None of the above

 

MCQs EE

 

CDMA2000 1xEV provides high-speed data access with channel allocation of ??

a. 5 MHz
b. 50 MHz
c. 1.25 MHz
d. 4 MHz

 

The 2G cellular network uses ??

a. TDMA/FDD
b. CDMA/FDD
c. Digital modulation formats
d. All of the above

 

The minimum spectrum allocation required for W-CDMA is ??

a. 5MHz
b. 2MHz
c. 500KHz
d. 100KHz

 

IMT-2000 is a digital mobile system that functions as ??

a. Pager
b. Cordless
c. Low earth orbit satellites
d. All of the above

 

MCQs Mobile Communication

 

A commonly used mode for 3G networks is ??

a. TDMA
b. FDMA
c. TDD
d. FDD

 

PCN is ??

a. Wireless concept of making calls
b. For receiving calls
c. Irrespective of the location of the user
d. All of the above

 

3G W-CDMA is also known as ??

a. UMTS
b. DECT
c. DCS-1800
d. ETACS

 

The process of transferring a mobile station from one base station to another is ??

a. MSC
b. Roamer
c. Handoff
d. Forward channel

 

MCQs Mobile Communication

 

The 2G GSM technology uses a carrier separation of ??

a. 1.25 MHz
b. 200 KHz
c. 30 KHz
d. 300 KHz

 

MIN stands for ??

a. Mobile Identification Number
b. Mobile Internet
c. Mobility In-Network
d. None of the above

 

2G standards support ??

a. Limited internet browsing
b. Short Messaging Service
c. Both a & b
d. None of the above

 

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