Chapter 4 transmitting bits

Chapter 4 Transmitting Bits
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Unformatted text preview: Matt Taylor Chapter 4 1. You have created a simple electrical circuit with a battery, wires, and light bulb. Which of the following is true about this circuit? (choose two answers) B and c 2. A PC NIC and switch port create one electrical circuit to use when sending data. The sender creates a (maximum) 1-volt electrical signal with a frequency of 1000 hertz. Which of the following facts are also true? (Choose two answers) A and d 3. A PC NIC and a switch port create one electrical circuit to use when sending data from the PC to the switch. Which of the following tasks is a function done by the transmitter? (Choose two answers.)a and c 4. A PC NIC and a switch port create one electrical circuit to use when sending data from the PC to the switch. The transmitter uses a simple encoding scheme that uses higher amplitude to encode 1 and a lower amplitude to encode 0, sending 1 bit in each bit time. The rate is 2000 bits per second (2000 bps). Which of the following is true on this circuit? dsecond (2000 bps)....
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