a entrance facilities c IDF intermediate distribution frame b cross connect

A entrance facilities c idf intermediate distribution

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a.entrance facilitiesc.IDF (intermediate distribution frame)b.cross-connect facilitiesd.telecommunications closetANS: BPTS:1REF:11719.Which term identifies a room containing connectivity for groups of workstations in its area?PTS:1REF:11920.____ describes wiring that connects workstations to the closest telecommunications closet.PTS:1REF:11921.Many network problems can be traced to poor cable ____ techniques.PTS:1REF:120TRUE/FALSE1.The strength of an electrical signal is directly proportional to its frequency.PTS:1REF:772.Modulation can be used to make a signal conform to a specific pathway.PTS:1REF:823.Ethernet is an example of a baseband system found on many LANs.PTS:1REF:89
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4.Latency occurs when a signal traveling on one wire or cable infringes on the signal traveling over an adjacent wire or cable.PTS:1REF:905.The maximum distance a signal can travel and still be interpreted accurately is equal to a segment’s maximum length.PTS:1REF:95COMPLETION1.The use of 1s and 0s to represent information is characteristic of a(n) ____________________ system.PTS:1REF:792.____________________ is a term used by networking professionals to describe the nondata information that must accompany data for a signal to be properly routed and interpreted by the network.PTS:1REF:813.____________________ transmission involves one transmitter and multiple receivers.PTS:1REF:874.____________________ are the pieces of hardware that connect the wire to the network device.PTS:1REF:955.____________________ cabling consists of one or more insulated wire pairs encased in a plastic sheath.
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PTS:1REF:101MATCHINGMatch each item with a statement below:a.Bitf.populated segmentb.data modulationg.unpopulated segmentc.Basebandh.broadbandd.EMI (electromagnetic interference)i.nonbroadcaste.Broadcast1.Transmission that involves one transmitter and multiple, undefined receivers.2.Transmission that issues signals to multiple, defined recipients.3.Transmission form in which (typically) digital signals are sent through direct current (DC) pulses applied to the wire.4.Part of a network that contains end nodes.5.A common source of noise.6.Every pulse in a digital signal.7.Part of the network that does not contain end nodes.8.A form of transmission in which signals are modulated as radio frequency (RF) analog waves that use different frequency ranges.9.Technology used to modify analog signals to make them suitable for carrying data over a communication path.
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