Computer Knowledge Quiz for Networking – 66
1) Number of bits per symbol used in Baudot code is

a. 7

b. 5

c. 8

d. 9

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2) What is the main difference between DDCMP and SDLC?

a. DDCMP does not need special hardware to final the beginning of a message

b. DDCMP has a message header

c. SDLC has a IP address

d. SDLC does not use CRC

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3) An example of digital, rather than analog, communication is

a. DDD

b. DDS


d. DDT

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4) Terminals are required for 

a. real-time, batch processing & time-sharing

b. real time, time-sharing & distributed message processing

c. real time, distributed processing & manager inquiry

d. real-time,  time sharing & message switching

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5) The receive equilizer reduces delay distortions using a

a. tapped delay lines

b. gearshift

c. descrambler

d. difference engine

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6) Ina synchronous modem, the receive equilizer is known as

a. adaptive equilizer

b. impariment equilizer

c. statistical equilizer

d. compromise equilizer 

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7) The channel in the data communication model can be

a. postal mail services

b. telephone lines

c. radio lines

d. any of the above

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8) A data terminal serves as an

a. Effector

b. sensor

c. both a and b

d. neither a nor b

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9) Which of the following transmission systems provide the highest data rate to in individual device?

a. computer bus

b. telephone lines

c. voice and mode

d. lease lines

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10) A protocol is a set of rules governing a time sequence of events that must take place

a. between peers

b. between an interface

c. between modems

d. across an interface

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