EC_Quiz 9 - 1 Most WLANs run on a telecommunications...

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1. Most WLANs run on a telecommunications standard known as ____________, which is more commonly called ______________. a. WLAN; hotspot b. IEEE 802.16; WiMax c. IEEE 802.11; Bluetooth d. IEEE 802.11; Wi-Fi 2. The IEEE standard __________ offers bandwidth transfer rates of 200 to 540 Mbps, which makes it impractical because it exceeds the limits of most broadband connections used by homes and small businesses a. 802.11n b. 802.11b c. 802.16 d. 802.11 3. Infrastructures that sua. pport the wireless connection are: a. network access points, mobile communications server switches, and cellular transmitters and receivers. <419> b. WAP gateways, GPS locators, and GPS satellites. c. PDAs, smartphones, and portable computers. d. web servers, mobile devices, and microbrowsers. 4. Micropayments are electronic payments: a. from a mobile device. b. that are less than $1.00. c. that are less than $10.00. d. that are less than $100.00. 5. WiMax and 3G wireless mobile technologies offer telemedicine application opportunities that include all of the following EXCEPT: a. Prescriptions can be transferred electronically to the appropriate pharmacy for a no-wait pick-up by the patient b. wearable heart monitors linked to a cell phone can automatically contact doctors or family members at the first sign of health problems c. reduced threat of malpractice suits because there is no hands-on interaction between the remote physician and the remote physician and the patient d. real-time consultation between a patient in one location and a medical specialist in another 6. By enabling sales force employees to record orders in real time, the organization benefits through each of the following EXCEPT: a. improved manufacturing and delivery scheduling. b. more extensive collaboration and sharing of customer leads. <443> c. fewer data entry errors. d. lower clerical and administrative overhead. 7. The development of m-commerce is being driven by the following technological, business, social, and economic factors EXCEPT: a. The transition to a manufacturing economy. <443> b. The widespread availability of more powerful wireless devices. c. The growth of a handset culture and mobile workforce.
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d. The improved price/performance of mobile services. 8. The services provided through location-based m-commerce focus on key factors which include all of the following EXCEPT: a. Navigation, or plotting a route from one location to another. b. Tracking, or monitoring the movement of a person or thing. c. Geocaching, or determining the topography of an area. <446> d. Timing, or determining the precise time at a specific location. 9. The major enterprise mobile applications are all of the following EXCEPT: a. e-mail and cell phone contacts b. customer relations and sales force automation c. logistics and supply chain d. research and development <438> 10. Many experts believe that the next major step in the evolution of computing will be _____________ in which almost every object will have processing power and a wired or
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2010 for the course ECOMMERCE 312 taught by Professor Han during the Summer '10 term at St. Louis CC.

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EC_Quiz 9 - 1 Most WLANs run on a telecommunications...

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