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1.  WHAT IS THE CUMULATIVE LEAKAGE INDEX (CLI)
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2.  WHAT IS THE SIGNAL LEAKAGE LIMITS
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3.  UNWANTED SIGNAL ENTERING THE NETWORK CAN CREATE A NUMBER OF PATTERNS ON THE TV.
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4.  APPEARS WHEN INGRESS ALLOWS A LOCALLY BROADCAST TV CHANNEL'S SIGNAL TO ENTER THE TV ALONG WITH THE CHANNEL SUPPLIED BY THE NETWORK.
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5.  USUALLY CAUSED BY A REFLECTION ON THE CABLE SYSTEM CAUSED BY POOR RETURN LOSS AT THE REFLECTING DEVICE AND POOR DIRECTIVITY AT THE TAP OR DEVICE.
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6.  USUALLY CAUSED WHEN THE SAME CHANNEL FROM TWO (OR MORE) DIFFERENT TV STATIONS IS RECEIVED BY THE SAME ANTENNA.
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7.  THE RETURN DIRECTION CAN SUFFER INGRESS FROM TRANSMITTERS OPERATING IN THE UPSTREAM FREQUENCY BANDWIDTH (SUCH AS VOCIE OF AMERICA, CB, AND RADIO TRANSMITTERS.
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8.  A METHOD OF RECEPTION USING AN RF CURRENT OF PROPER MAGNITUDE AND PHASE RELATION SO THE RECEIVED VOLTAGE IS THE SAME NATURE AS THE ORIGINAL WAVE.
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9.  THE TEMPERATURE OF THE DEVICE INCREASES OR DECREASES, THE  ELECTRON ACTIVITY (VOLTAGE) ALSO INCREASES OR DECREASES, PRODUCING MORE OR LESS NOISE.
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10.  A 75-OHM COAXIAL CABLE INFINITELY LONG OR TERMINATED AT ITS OTHER END.
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11.  UNDESIRED CHANGE IN THE WAVEFORM OF A SIGNAL
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12.  LITERALLY FROM ONE CHANNEL TO ANTHER.
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13.  FREQUENCY ALLOCATION IS USED FOR RF CARRIERS IN THE FOWARD AND RETURN PATH.
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14.  APPEARS AS A HORIZONTAL BAR MOVING FROM THE BOTTOM TO THE TOP OF THE PICTURE.
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15.  A CARRIER TO HUM RATIO
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16.  WHERE THE CARRIER IS SHIFTED IN 90-DEGREE STEPS
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17.  A DIGITAL MODULATION SCHEME THAT ALLOW 2 CHANNELS OF INFORMATION TO BE TRANSMITTED AT THE SAME TIME.
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18.  MEASURE THE SIGNAL STRENGTH RELATIVE TO BACK GROUND NOISE IN ANALOG AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS.
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19.  UNUSED PORTION OF A MULTI-CHANNEL SYSTEM WHEN THERE IS RANDOM ACTIVITY IN THE ACTIVE CHANNELS.
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20.  MEASURES THE RATIO OF THE ERROR POWER TO THE AVERAGE POWER IN THE IDEAL QAM SIGNAL.
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21.  MEASURES THE RATIO OF THE ERROR POWER TO THE AVERAGE POWER IN THE IDEAL QAM SIGNAL.
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22.  A METHOD WHERE ADDITIONAL DATA DITS ARE ADDED TO THE DIGITAL VIDEO BIT STREAM TO HELP IDENTIFY AND CORRECT ANY ERROES.
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23.  MEASURES HOW OFTEN AN ERROR OCCURS IN A GIVEN AMOUNT OF DATA.
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24.  INGRESS IS DEFINED AS A CONDITION WHERE INTERFERING SIGNALS LEAK INTO THE CABLE NETWORK.
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25.  THE UNWANTED SPIKES OF ENERGY IN THE SPECTRUM.
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26.  A FILTER THAT PASSES HIGH FREQUENCIES WELL, BUT ATTENUATES (OR REDUCES) FREQUENCIES LOWER THAN THE CUT-OFF FREQUENCIES, ALSO USED IN AUDIO APPLICATIONS.
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27.  FOWARD SIGNALS THAT ARE DISTRIBUTED THROUGHOUT THE NETWORK, PROBLEMS IN THE RETURN PATH ARE ADDITIVE.
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28.  TO ENSURE THAT THE CABLE SYSTEMS FORWARD SIGNALS MEET FCC STANDARDS AS OUTLINED IN CFR 47, PART 76
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29.  TO TROUBLESHOT A CONTINUOUS SIGNAL OUTPUT AT A FREQUENCY IN THE REVERSE PATH.
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30.  PREVENTS THE RF SIGNALS FROM ENTERING THE CATV SYSTEM.
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31.  SEPARATES AND RECOMBINES THE FORWARD AND REVERSE SIGNAL FROM THE CABLE SO THEY CAN BE ROUTED TO AND FROM THE AMPLIFIER STATION.
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32.  SEPARATES OR COMBINES THE AC CURRENTS TWO PARTS THE AC POWER AND THE RF BROADBAND SIGNAL.
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33.  THE SIGNAL IN ORDER TO BRING IT TO WITHIN THE ACCEPTABLE INPUT RANGE OF THE AMPLIFIER.
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34.  COMPENSATES FOR THE UNEQUAL ATTENUATION PROPERTIES OF THE COAXIAL CABLE AT DIFFERENT FREQUENCIES.
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35.  USALLY SELECTED FOR LOW NOISE FIGURE.
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36.  SOMETIMES CALLED A MOP-UP, THIS DEVICE IS USED TO TRY AND CORRECT FOR ANY UNDESIRED PEAKS OR VALLEYS WITHIN THE PASSBAND OF THE AMPLIFIER.
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37.  USED TO COMPENSATE FOR FLUCTUATIONS OF THE INPUT SIGNAL.
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38.  SIMILAR TO AN AGC, MAINTAINS THE PROPER TILT(CAUSE BY TEMPERATURE CHANGE IN A SPECIFIED AMOUNT OF COAXIAL CABLE) AND OUTPUT LEVEL DESPITE CHANGES IN THE SIGNALS.
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39.  USED IN TREE AND BRANCH ARCHITECTURE AS PART OF TRUCK/BRIDGER STATION.
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40.  USED TO BOOST THE RETURN SIGNALS.
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41.  USED AT OUTPUT OF BRIDGER MODULE.
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42.  PROVIDE A MEANS OF MONITORING THE VARIOUS INPUTS AND OUTPUTS WITHOUT INTERRUPTING SERVICE.
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43.  SUBSTANTIAL ISOLATION BETWEEN THE OUTPUT AND TAP PORTS IF ALL SEE A GOOD 75-OHM MATCH.
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44.  THE RF FORWARD SIGNAL FLOWS FROM THE INPUT TO BOTH OUTPUTS WITH EQUAL ATTENUATION FOR BOTH OUTPUTS.
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45.  USED TO DIVERT  A SPECIFIC AMOUNT OF SIGNAL FROM THE FEEDER SYSTEM AND DISTRIBUTE IT TO 2, 4, OR 8 OUTPUTS PORTS FOR CONNECTION OF CUSTOMER DROPS
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46.  THIS DEVICE IS SOMETIMES INSTALLED IN THE DISTRIBUTION CABLE WHERE LOW VALUE TAPS ARE USED.
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47.  USED TO INTRODUCE AC POWER INTO THE NETWORK FOR USE BY THE ACTIVE DEVICES.
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48.  IN AN OPTICAL SYSTEM THE RF SIGNALS ARE MULTIPLEXED (COMBINED) AND LINKED TO A SEMICONDUCTOR LASER DIODE.
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49.  FIBER CABLE.
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50.  CONVERTS THE LIGHT TO RF SIGNAL.
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51.  OPTICAL FIBER.
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52.  THE NETWORK ARCHITECTURE THAT IS BASED ON A SINGLE COMMON INFRASTRUCTURE IS REFERRED TO THE CONVERGED NETWORK OR ALL SERVICES ARE DELIVERED VIA IP OVER A CONSISTENT TRANSPORT AND ROUTING ARCHITECTURE.
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53.  A MAP THAT RESEMBLES A STREET MAP, COMPLETE WITH FEATURES LIKE LAKES AND RIVERS, STREETS AND BOUNDARIES.
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54.  A MAP THAT SHOWS STREETS WITH POLE AND PEDESTAL LOCATIONS.
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55.  A MAP THAT SHOWS ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT, THE HEADEND AND HUBS, ALSO POWER SUPPLIES AND TAPS
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56.  A MAP THAT SHOWS THE LAYOUT OF THE SYSTEM IN CONDENSED FORM.
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57.  A MAP THAT SHOW  DESIGNED CHANGES OR SYSTEM ADDS OR CHANGES.
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58.  USED TO PREPARE THE COAXIAL CABLE FOR SPLICING.
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59.  THIS MAINTAINS THE SYSTEM IMPEDANCE, WHICH REDUCES SIGNAL REFLECTIONS.
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60.  CALL FORWARD SELECTIVE
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61.  CALL FORWAD VARIBLE
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62.  CANCEL CALL WAITING.
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63.  SPEED DIAL 8.
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64.  SPEED DIAL 30.
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65.  ANONYMOUS CALL REJECTION.
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66.  CALL SCREENING.
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67.  PRIVATE NUMBER PLANNING. 
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68.  MUILT-LINE HUNT GROUP.
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69.  TERMINAL MAKE BUSY.
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70.  FORWARDING ALL HTTP.
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71.  FORWARDING ALL FTP.
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72.  FORWARDING ALL POP3.
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73.  DENY AIM ACCESS.
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74.  (BCI) FEATURE ALLOWS CUSTOMERS TO OPERATE VPN OR WEB E-MAIL SEVER WITHOUT INTERRUPTION.
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75.  LOCAL POWER SUPPLY UNIT OUTPUT VOLTAGES. 
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76.  COMPLETE CHANGE TIME FOR BATTERY.
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77.  BACK UP TIME FOR BATTERY.
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78.  BACK UP TIME WITH 8 LINES IN USE FOR BATTERY.
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79.  BATTERY LIFE TIME.
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80.  T1 ILEC
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81.  CALL SCREENING POOL CAN HOLD. 
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82.  RING TIP ON EMTA 200MS WINDOWS.
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83.  REN ON AN 8 LINE EMTA
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84.  WIRING TIP REPRESENTS WHAT POLARITY.
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85.  BAUD RATE FOR POS MACHINE.
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86.  EXCESS WIRE IN A 66 BLOCK.
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87.  ALARM PIN 1 INDICATES.
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88.  ALARM PIN2 INDICATES.
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89.  ALARM PIN 3 INDICATES.
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90.  ALARM PIN 4 INDICATES.
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91.  NGT
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92.  COMCAST PROVIDES THE EMAT THE DEMARCATION POINT.
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93.  THE CUSTOMER OWNS THE EMTA DEMARCATION POINT.
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94.  MTTR.
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95.  IN A PUNCH DOWN BLOCK WHAT IS THE NETWORK SIDE AND THE CUSTOMER SIDE GO.
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96.  WHAT IS A DATA LINE USE FOR.
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97.  ALL THE FRONT PANEL LEDs ARE FLASHING.
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98.  THE TELEPHONE LINE IS OFF THE HOOK.
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99.  TEL 7 FLASHING SLOWLY, ABOUT 1 FLASH PER SECOND.
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100.  WHAT FEATURE ALLOWS DIFFERENT PHONE NUMBERS TO REACH THE SAME PHONE LINE WITH DIFFERENT RING PATTERNS.
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D.
101.  THE FEATURES ARE UNIQUE TO BUSINESS CLASS VOICE CUSTOMERS.
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102.  WHAT WOULD A CUSTOMER DIAL TO PUT ON CALL HOLD FEATURE.
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D.
103.  WHAT FEATURE ALLOWS THE CUSTOMER TO PICK UP OR BARGE-IN ON A CALL TO ANTHER CO-WORKER.
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D.
104.  CUSTOMER ORDERED BCV+BCI  AND 1 STATIC IP ADDRESSES WHAT EQUIPMENT DOES THE CUSTOMER NEED.
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105.  WHAT BCV INSTALLATION STEP OCCURS FIRST.
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106.  WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS TRUE REGARDING BCV PRIVATE IP NETWORK.
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107.  HOW DOES A CUSTOMER ACTIVATE DIRECTED CALL PICKUP WITHOUT BARGE-IN.
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108.  AN EMPLOYEE WAS FIRED THE OWNER IS VERY ANNOYED WITH THE DIFFERENT RING TONES ON THE EMPLOYEE PHONE HOW CAN THE OWNER DEACTIVATE THE FEATURE.
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109.  AFTER CHECKING FOR VOLTAGE WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF YOU RECONNECTED THE DROP ONTO THE TAP.
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110.  BCV ACCESS.
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