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Cisco Module 3 Questions
Question: 1. What four components make up the Atom?
Question: 2. Who developed a simplified model to illustrate the atom?
Question: 3. What is Coulomb’s Electric Force Law?
Question: 4. Loosened electrons with a negative force are called
Question: 5. What is ESD?
Question: 6. What are other ways to describe voltage?
Question: 7. What is the unit of measurement for voltage?
Question: 8. What is the difference between conductors and insulators?
Question: 9. What is Attenuation?
Question: 10. What are semiconductors and (according to Cisco) what is the most important semiconductor?
Question: 11. What is the unit of measurement for current.
Question: 12. What is the result of Amperage combined with Voltage.
Question: 13. What represents the zero volts level?
Question: 14. Please describe the six different parts for the water analogy to electricity.
Question: 15. Define AC and DC
Question: 16. Electrons always flow from a _____________ charged source to a ______________ charged source.
Question: 17. Name two types of transmission.
Question: 18. What is the meaning of the “T” in 10BASET?
Question: 19. What are some advantages of coaxial cable?
Question: 20. Name the 4 parts to coaxial cable.
Question: 21. Define EMI and RFI.
Question: 22. Define UTP, STP and ScTP.
Question: 23. How many PAIRS of wire are in STP.?
Question: 24. Why is UTP twisted?
Question: 25. What is the most frequently and implemented type of UTP cable installed today.
Question: 26. What is the connector type for CAT 5 UTP?
Question: 27. What type of cable connects from the switch port to the computer NIC port?
Question: 28. What type of cable connects from one switch port to another switch port?
Question: 29. What type of cable connects from a com port on a computer (with an RJ-45 adapter) to the console port on a router?
Question: 30. Radio, microwaves, radar, visible light, x-rays, and gamma rays are all types of ________________.
Question: 31. What is electrical energy with wavelengths between 700 and 400 nanometers?
Question: 32. What are the three wavelengths of light in optical fiber?
Question: 33. What determines how much rays of light in glass bends?
Question: 34. What two parts does light divide into when it strikes the interface between two materials?
Question: 35. What are the five parts of a piece of fiber?
Question: 36. What are the optical paths that a light ray through fiber called?
Question: 37. Are there cornstalk issues with fiber?
Question: 38. Which light source is cheaper to build and requires less safety concerns in fiber.
Question: 39. How far can single mode and multimode fiber carry data?
Question: 40. What are common colors for Single and Multimode fiber.
Question: 41. What are PIN photodiodes?
Question: 42. Multimode Fiber uses a _____________ as its connector and Single mode uses a _____________ as its connector.
Question: 43. What is the most important factor in the attenuation of a signal traveling over fiber as a result of microscopic distortions?
Question: 44. What happens if fiber is stretched or curved too tightly?
Question: 45. Who is the prime issuer of standards for wireless?
Question: 46. What are the different IEEE standards for wireless and their speeds?
Question: 47. Is there an access point in an ad-hoc network?
Question: 48. Is there and access point in an “infrastructure mode” network?
Question: 49. What is a typical access points range?
Question: 50. Define the open system authentication process and the shared key authentication process.
Question: 51. Name three causes of interference for an 802.11b network
Question: 52. What form of communication technology effectively closes a wireless network.