What are two reasons to do a Link Test when planning and installing a Wireless

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What are two reasons to do a Link Test when planning and installing a Wireless Infrastructure Network? A. Locate sources of interference B. Configure network parameters C. Enable the NetRider application D. Determine signal strength in various locations Answer: A, D QUESTION: 88 In which of the following devices is the PC Radio Card NOT used? A. Laptops B. Carrier (adapter) modules C. Omni-directional antenna D. Wireless Ethernet Adapter Answer: C QUESTION: 89 Which of the following is NOT a feature of the RoamAbout Client Utility? A. Monitor the amount of collisions in the wireless network before enabling the RTS/CTS Protocol B. Monitor SNR levels and signal and noise levels C. Monitor the wireless performance of the client RoamAbout 802.11b PC Card D. View and modify the configuration on the RoamAbout 802.11b PC Card Answer: A 27
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QUESTION: 90 What is a wireless device called when its transmissions cannot be sensed by another wireless device or devices in the network? A. Hidden Client B. Hidden Station C. Rogue Client D. Rogue Station Answer: B 28
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  • Fall '20
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