Wireless Standards Knowledge
RF Cafe Quiz #21

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This quiz test your knowledge of the modern wireless bands.

1. What are the frequency bands for IEEE 802.11a and IEEE 802.11b/g, respectively?

a) 900 MHz and 2.4 GHz
b) 2.4 GHz and 900 MHz
c) 2.4 GHz and 5.2 GHz
d) 5.2 GHz and 2.4 GHz

2. Which wireless router type is most likely to use three antennas?

a) 802.11a
b) 802.11b
c) 802.11g
d) 802.11n

3. On which frequency band does the EGSM mobile phone system operate?

a) 450 MHz
b) 900 MHz
c) 1800 MHz
d) 1900 MHz

4. On which frequency band does the DCS/PCS mobile phone system operate?

a) 1800/1900 MHz
b) 1900/2100 MHz
c) 2100/2300 MHz
d) 2300/2400 MHz

5. On which frequency band does Bluetooth operate?

a) 450 MHz
b) 900 MHz
c) 2.4 GHz
d) 5.2 GHz

6. Which IEEE standard describes the Bluetooth system?

a) 802.11
b) 802.15
c) 802. 20
d) 802.BT

7. Which type of modulation scheme does Bluetooth and WiFi employ?

a) AM (amplitude modulation)
b) FM ( frequency modulation)
c) PM (phase modulation)
d) SS (spread spectrum)

8. Which of the following IEEE 802.x wireless systems currently offers the lowest data rate?

a) WiFi (802.11)
b) Bluetooth (802.15)
c) ZigBee (802.15.4)
d) WiMax (802.16)

9. What does NFC stand for?

a) National├ę Federa├žion de Communicatique
b) Nano Field Communications
c) Near Field Communications
d) New Fangled Communications

10. Which of the following systems has been show to cause brain cancer, sterility, skin cancer, and in some cases sever burns  to the body?

a) Cellphones
b) WiFi devices
c) Bluetooth devices
d) All of the above

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