quiz?\\ - Exam-2 Random Question 1 1 1 point What is the max theoretical throughput of the 802.11ac wireless technology when using Wave 1 devices

quiz? - Exam-2 Random Question 1 1 1 point What is the...

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Exam-2 Random Question 1 1 / 1 point Question options: Question 2 1 / 1 point Question 3 1 / 1 point Question 41 / 1 point Question 51 / 1 point Question options:¾ duplexsimplexfull-duplexhalf-duplex Question 61 / 1 point Question 7 0 / 1 point Question options: Question 8 1 / 1 point Question options:What is the max theoretical throughput of the 802.11ac wireless technology when using Wave 1 devices? What type of cross-talk occurs between wire pairs near the source of a signal? Digital signals are composed of pulses of precise, positive voltages and zero voltages. Which 802.11 wireless innovation allows for the use of multiple antennas on an access point that can issue a signal to one or more receivers? All 802.11 standards use ______________ signaling, meaning a wireless station can only transmit or receive, but cannot do both simultaneously. What Ethernet standard below is also referred to as "thinnet"? 100Base210Base2100BaseT10BaseT What signal propagation phenomena causes the diffusion, or the reflection in multiple different directions, of a signal?
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Question 90 / 1 point Question 101 / 1 point Question 111 / 1 pointCable that is coated with flame-resistant polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is acceptable for use in plenum areas. Question options:10 Question 12 1 / 1 point Question options: 1 0 Question 13 1 / 1 point Question options: Question 141 / 1 pointEach type of cable has a prescribed bend radius , which is the radius of the maximum arc into which you can loop a cable without impairing data transmission. Question options: 1 0 Question 151 / 1 point Question 161 / 1 pointSelect below the name for the special signal that contains information that a wireless node requires in order to associate itself with an access point:
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