1. You have created a simple electrical circuit with a battery, wires, and a light bulb. Which of the following is true about this circuit?
2. A PC NIC and a switch port create one electrical circuit to use when sending data. 1- volt electrical signal with a frequency of 1000 hertz. Which of the following facts are also true?
3. Which of the following tasks is a function done by the transmitter?
4. Which of the following is true on this circuit?
5. Two nodes use an encoding scheme that cannot use one circuit to both send and receive data at the same time. The link physically contains two wires. Which of the following is a possible option to allow both nodes to send data?
6. UTP cables can have up to eight wires inside the cables. Which of the following is most likely reason why EMI from one wire does not affect the electrical behavior of another wire inside the same cable?
7. Which of the following facts are in common between both of the Ethernet standards discussed in this chapter, 10 BASE-T and 100 BASE-T?
8. Which of the following answers best describes the definition of a cabling pin out?
9. A PC NIC connects to a switch port using 100Base-T. Which of the following is true about what happens when a PC NIC connects to a switch using 100 BASE-T?
10. With a fiber optic cable, the core of the cable, through which light passes, is made of which of the following?
11. Which of the following is the type of transmitter used on a fiber optic link that provides the longest maximum distances?
12. Which on answer lists the most likely place to find a fiber-optic link in a campus Ethernet LAN?
13. This chapter describes SONET, a family of physical layer standards used in telco networks over the last few decades. Which of the following are true about the slow and fast end of the optical carrier (OC) standards mentioned in this...