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  • 1. 
    WHAT IS THE CUMULATIVE LEAKAGE INDEX (CLI)
    • A. 

      48-76

    • B. 

      47-76

    • C. 

      46-77

    • D. 

      47-86


  • 2. 
    WHAT IS THE SIGNAL LEAKAGE LIMITS
    • A. 

      3 METERS ABOUT 10 FEET AT 5-54MHZ TO 216 MHZ

    • B. 

      30 METERS ABOUT 10 FEET AT 5-54MHZ TO 216 MHZ

    • C. 

      20 METERS YVM OR GREATER AT 30 METERS

    • D. 

      15 MIRCOVOLTS PER METER OR GREATER AT 30 METERS


  • 3. 
    UNWANTED SIGNAL ENTERING THE NETWORK CAN CREATE A NUMBER OF PATTERNS ON THE TV.
    • A. 

      HUM

    • B. 

      DOCSIS

    • C. 

      BEATS

    • D. 

      GHOSTING


  • 4. 
    APPEARS WHEN INGRESS ALLOWS A LOCALLY BROADCAST TV CHANNEL'S SIGNAL TO ENTER THE TV ALONG WITH THE CHANNEL SUPPLIED BY THE NETWORK.
    • A. 

      LEADING GHOST

    • B. 

      FOLLOWING GHOST

    • C. 

      CROSS BOW

    • D. 

      TRAPPING


  • 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.
    • A. 

      FOLLOWING GHOST

    • B. 

      LEADING GHOST

    • C. 

      BEATS

    • D. 

      RETURN LOSS


  • 6. 
    USUALLY CAUSED WHEN THE SAME CHANNEL FROM TWO (OR MORE) DIFFERENT TV STATIONS IS RECEIVED BY THE SAME ANTENNA.
    • A. 

      HUM

    • B. 

      LEADING GHOST

    • C. 

      FOLLOWING GHOST

    • D. 

      CO-CHANNEL INTERFERENCE.


  • 7. 
    THE RETURN DIRECTION CAN SUFFER INGRESS FROM TRANSMITTERS OPERATING IN THE UPSTREAM FREQUENCY BANDWIDTH (SUCH AS VOCIE OF AMERICA, CB, AND RADIO TRANSMITTERS.
    • A. 

      RETURN PATH INTERFERENCE.

    • B. 

      SPECTRUM

    • C. 

      ZERO BEATS

    • D. 

      INTERFERENCE


  • 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.
    • A. 

      ZERO BEATS

    • B. 

      MHZ

    • C. 

      TEMPO

    • D. 

      PACE


  • 9. 
    THE TEMPERATURE OF THE DEVICE INCREASES OR DECREASES, THE  ELECTRON ACTIVITY (VOLTAGE) ALSO INCREASES OR DECREASES, PRODUCING MORE OR LESS NOISE.
    • A. 

      THERMAL NOISE

    • B. 

      HEART BEAT

    • C. 

      CABLE BILL

    • D. 

      TV


  • 10. 
    A 75-OHM COAXIAL CABLE INFINITELY LONG OR TERMINATED AT ITS OTHER END.
    • A. 

      CARRIER-TO-NOISE RATIO.

    • B. 

      SIGNAL -TO-NOISE

    • C. 

      VOLTAGE CARRIER

    • D. 

      BACKGROUND NOISE


  • 11. 
    UNDESIRED CHANGE IN THE WAVEFORM OF A SIGNAL
    • A. 

      DISTORTIONS

    • B. 

      NOISE

    • C. 

      APPLICATIONS

    • D. 

      AMPLIFIERS


  • 12. 
    LITERALLY FROM ONE CHANNEL TO ANTHER.
    • A. 

      LIGHT

    • B. 

      ACTIVE DEVICES

    • C. 

      AMPLIFIER

    • D. 

      CROSS MODULATION (XMOD)


  • 13. 
    FREQUENCY ALLOCATION IS USED FOR RF CARRIERS IN THE FOWARD AND RETURN PATH.
    • A. 

      5MHZ-42MHZ

    • B. 

      5MHZ-45MHZ

    • C. 

      4MHZ-46MHZ

    • D. 

      5MHZ-43MHZ


  • 14. 
    APPEARS AS A HORIZONTAL BAR MOVING FROM THE BOTTOM TO THE TOP OF THE PICTURE.
    • A. 

      HUM MODULATION

    • B. 

      BEATS

    • C. 

      WAVE LENGHT

    • D. 

      CROSS MODULATION


  • 15. 
    A CARRIER TO HUM RATIO
    • A. 

      5-17DB

    • B. 

      3%-40DB

    • C. 

      30DB-1%

    • D. 

      30 DB-3%


  • 16. 
    WHERE THE CARRIER IS SHIFTED IN 90-DEGREE STEPS
    • A. 

      QPSK

    • B. 

      KEYING

    • C. 

      DIAGRAM

    • D. 

      DELIVERY


  • 17. 
    A DIGITAL MODULATION SCHEME THAT ALLOW 2 CHANNELS OF INFORMATION TO BE TRANSMITTED AT THE SAME TIME.
    • A. 

      QAM

    • B. 

      QPSK

    • C. 

      ACTIVE

    • D. 

      RATIO


  • 18. 
    MEASURE THE SIGNAL STRENGTH RELATIVE TO BACK GROUND NOISE IN ANALOG AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS.
    • A. 

      SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO

    • B. 

      UPSTREAM NOISE

    • C. 

      SIDEWAYS NOISE

    • D. 

      LOW NOISE AMP


  • 19. 
    UNUSED PORTION OF A MULTI-CHANNEL SYSTEM WHEN THERE IS RANDOM ACTIVITY IN THE ACTIVE CHANNELS.
    • A. 

      NOISE POWER RATIO.

    • B. 

      SIGNAL NOISE

    • C. 

      BACKGROUND NOISE

    • D. 

      RATIO NOISE


  • 20. 
    MEASURES THE RATIO OF THE ERROR POWER TO THE AVERAGE POWER IN THE IDEAL QAM SIGNAL.
    • A. 

      QAM RATIO

    • B. 

      MRA

    • C. 

      MODULATION ERROR RATIO. (MER)

    • D. 

      DEGRADATION MARGIN


  • 21. 
    MEASURES THE RATIO OF THE ERROR POWER TO THE AVERAGE POWER IN THE IDEAL QAM SIGNAL.
    • A. 

      MODULATION ERROR RATIO. (MER)

    • B. 

      MRA

    • C. 

      QAM RATIO

    • D. 

      DEGRADATION MARGIN


  • 22. 
    A METHOD WHERE ADDITIONAL DATA DITS ARE ADDED TO THE DIGITAL VIDEO BIT STREAM TO HELP IDENTIFY AND CORRECT ANY ERROES.
    • A. 

      FEC

    • B. 

      FSC

    • C. 

      FECC

    • D. 

      FEMA


  • 23. 
    MEASURES HOW OFTEN AN ERROR OCCURS IN A GIVEN AMOUNT OF DATA.
    • A. 

      BER

    • B. 

      BEA

    • C. 

      BAT

    • D. 

      BRE


  • 24. 
    INGRESS IS DEFINED AS A CONDITION WHERE INTERFERING SIGNALS LEAK INTO THE CABLE NETWORK.
    • A. 

      TAP

    • B. 

      DROP SYSTEM

    • C. 

      TRAP

    • D. 

      DROP INGRESS MITIGATION


  • 25. 
    THE UNWANTED SPIKES OF ENERGY IN THE SPECTRUM.
    • A. 

      PEAK HOLD

    • B. 

      HOLD OUT

    • C. 

      SPECTRUM HOLD

    • D. 

      ADJUST


  • 26. 
    A FILTER THAT PASSES HIGH FREQUENCIES WELL, BUT ATTENUATES (OR REDUCES) FREQUENCIES LOWER THAN THE CUT-OFF FREQUENCIES, ALSO USED IN AUDIO APPLICATIONS.
    • A. 

      HIGH PASS FILTER

    • B. 

      LOWER PASS FILTER

    • C. 

      MID FILTER

    • D. 

      MIDDLE PASS FILTER


  • 27. 
    FOWARD SIGNALS THAT ARE DISTRIBUTED THROUGHOUT THE NETWORK, PROBLEMS IN THE RETURN PATH ARE ADDITIVE.
    • A. 

      FUNNELING EFFECT

    • B. 

      FCC

    • C. 

      RETURN PATH

    • D. 

      DOWN STREAM


  • 28. 
    TO ENSURE THAT THE CABLE SYSTEMS FORWARD SIGNALS MEET FCC STANDARDS AS OUTLINED IN CFR 47, PART 76
    • A. 

      PROOF OF PERFORMANCE

    • B. 

      LIMITED PROOF

    • C. 

      PURPOSE

    • D. 

      PERFORM TEST


  • 29. 
    TO TROUBLESHOT A CONTINUOUS SIGNAL OUTPUT AT A FREQUENCY IN THE REVERSE PATH.
    • A. 

      SIGNAL GENERATOR.

    • B. 

      METER

    • C. 

      TONER

    • D. 

      BUTTIE SET


  • 30. 
    PREVENTS THE RF SIGNALS FROM ENTERING THE CATV SYSTEM.
    • A. 

      CABLE BOX

    • B. 

      HOUSING

    • C. 

      DTA

    • D. 

      RECEVIER


  • 31. 
    SEPARATES AND RECOMBINES THE FORWARD AND REVERSE SIGNAL FROM THE CABLE SO THEY CAN BE ROUTED TO AND FROM THE AMPLIFIER STATION.
    • A. 

      DIPLEX FILTER

    • B. 

      POWER DIPLER

    • C. 

      POWER INVERTER

    • D. 

      AMPLIFIER


  • 32. 
    SEPARATES OR COMBINES THE AC CURRENTS TWO PARTS THE AC POWER AND THE RF BROADBAND SIGNAL.
    • A. 

      POWER DIPLEX

    • B. 

      DIPLEX

    • C. 

      INVERTER

    • D. 

      DIPLEX FILTER


  • 33. 
    THE SIGNAL IN ORDER TO BRING IT TO WITHIN THE ACCEPTABLE INPUT RANGE OF THE AMPLIFIER.
    • A. 

      TRUNK

    • B. 

      HOUSING

    • C. 

      EQUALIZER

    • D. 

      PAD (ATTENUATOR)


  • 34. 
    COMPENSATES FOR THE UNEQUAL ATTENUATION PROPERTIES OF THE COAXIAL CABLE AT DIFFERENT FREQUENCIES.
    • A. 

      EQUALIZER

    • B. 

      PAD

    • C. 

      FAM

    • D. 

      RESPONSE


  • 35. 
    USALLY SELECTED FOR LOW NOISE FIGURE.
    • A. 

      FORWARD AMPLIFIER MODULE (TRUNK)

    • B. 

      RESPONSE EQUALIZER

    • C. 

      AMP

    • D. 

      PAD


  • 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.
    • A. 

      RESPONSE EQUALIZER

    • B. 

      TRUNK

    • C. 

      PAD

    • D. 

      EQUALIZER


  • 37. 
    USED TO COMPENSATE FOR FLUCTUATIONS OF THE INPUT SIGNAL.
    • A. 

      AUTOMATIC GAIN CONTROL

    • B. 

      SLOPE

    • C. 

      BRIDGER AMPLIFIER

    • D. 

      FEEDERMAKER


  • 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.
    • A. 

      AUTOMATIC LEVEL AND SLOPE CONTROL

    • B. 

      RETURN AMPLIFIER

    • C. 

      BRIDGER AMPLIFIER

    • D. 

      FEEDERMAKER


  • 39. 
    USED IN TREE AND BRANCH ARCHITECTURE AS PART OF TRUCK/BRIDGER STATION.
    • A. 

      AUTOMATIC LEVEL CONTROL

    • B. 

      GAIN CONTROL

    • C. 

      BRIDGER AMPLIFIER

    • D. 

      OUTPUT


  • 40. 
    USED TO BOOST THE RETURN SIGNALS.
    • A. 

      RETURN AMPLIFIER

    • B. 

      FEEDER

    • C. 

      RETURN SIGNAL

    • D. 

      AMPLIFIER


  • 41. 
    USED AT OUTPUT OF BRIDGER MODULE.
    • A. 

      FEEDERMAKER

    • B. 

      SPLITTER

    • C. 

      OUTPUT PAD

    • D. 

      BANDWIDTH


  • 42. 
    PROVIDE A MEANS OF MONITORING THE VARIOUS INPUTS AND OUTPUTS WITHOUT INTERRUPTING SERVICE.
    • A. 

      TEST POINTS

    • B. 

      OUTPORT

    • C. 

      TRUNK

    • D. 

      PLUG-IN


  • 43. 
    SUBSTANTIAL ISOLATION BETWEEN THE OUTPUT AND TAP PORTS IF ALL SEE A GOOD 75-OHM MATCH.
    • A. 

      DIRECTIONAL COUPLER

    • B. 

      DEVICES

    • C. 

      TEST POINTS

    • D. 

      DC VOLTS


  • 44. 
    THE RF FORWARD SIGNAL FLOWS FROM THE INPUT TO BOTH OUTPUTS WITH EQUAL ATTENUATION FOR BOTH OUTPUTS.
    • A. 

      SPLITTER

    • B. 

      PAD

    • C. 

      BRIDGER

    • D. 

      TAP


  • 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
    • A. 

      HARDLINES

    • B. 

      DROP CABLE

    • C. 

      OPTICAL NODE

    • D. 

      TAP


  • 46. 
    THIS DEVICE IS SOMETIMES INSTALLED IN THE DISTRIBUTION CABLE WHERE LOW VALUE TAPS ARE USED.
    • A. 

      IN-LINE CONDITIONER

    • B. 

      DROP

    • C. 

      INVERTER

    • D. 

      EQUALIZER


  • 47. 
    USED TO INTRODUCE AC POWER INTO THE NETWORK FOR USE BY THE ACTIVE DEVICES.
    • A. 

      POWER INSERTER

    • B. 

      POWER DIPLEX

    • C. 

      POWER STRIP

    • D. 

      LINE INVERTER


  • 48. 
    IN AN OPTICAL SYSTEM THE RF SIGNALS ARE MULTIPLEXED (COMBINED) AND LINKED TO A SEMICONDUCTOR LASER DIODE.
    • A. 

      TRANSMITTERS

    • B. 

      RECEIVER

    • C. 

      FIBER COMPONENTS

    • D. 

      COAX


  • 49. 
    FIBER CABLE.
    • A. 

      COATING, CLADDING, CORE

    • B. 

      COATING, DIELECTRIC, SHEATH

    • C. 

      COATING, JACKET, FIBER

    • D. 

      FIBER, CORE, COATING


  • 50. 
    CONVERTS THE LIGHT TO RF SIGNAL.
    • A. 

      OPTICAL RECEIVER

    • B. 

      REFLECTION

    • C. 

      GROUND

    • D. 

      OUTPORTS


  • 51. 
    OPTICAL FIBER.
    • A. 

      PROTECTIVE COATING, CLADDING, CORE

    • B. 

      TUBE, CORE, COATING

    • C. 

      JACKET, COATING, PROTECTIVE COATING

    • D. 

      CORE, OUTER SHEILD


  • 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.
    • A. 

      HTTP

    • B. 

      RANC

    • C. 

      CRAN

    • D. 

      NAT


  • 53. 
    A MAP THAT RESEMBLES A STREET MAP, COMPLETE WITH FEATURES LIKE LAKES AND RIVERS, STREETS AND BOUNDARIES.
    • A. 

      BASE MAPS

    • B. 

      STRAND MAPS

    • C. 

      TREE MAPS

    • D. 

      DESIGN MAPS


  • 54. 
    A MAP THAT SHOWS STREETS WITH POLE AND PEDESTAL LOCATIONS.
    • A. 

      STRAND MAPS

    • B. 

      BASE MAPS

    • C. 

      TREE MAPS

    • D. 

      SESIGN MAPS


  • 55. 
    A MAP THAT SHOWS ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT, THE HEADEND AND HUBS, ALSO POWER SUPPLIES AND TAPS
    • A. 

      DESIGN MAPS

    • B. 

      BASE MAPS

    • C. 

      AS- BUILT MAPS

    • D. 

      TREE MAPS


  • 56. 
    A MAP THAT SHOWS THE LAYOUT OF THE SYSTEM IN CONDENSED FORM.
    • A. 

      TREE MAPS

    • B. 

      AS-BUILT MAPS

    • C. 

      DESIGN MAPS

    • D. 

      BASE MAPS


  • 57. 
    A MAP THAT SHOW  DESIGNED CHANGES OR SYSTEM ADDS OR CHANGES.
    • A. 

      BASE MAPS

    • B. 

      DESIGN MAPS

    • C. 

      TREE MAPS

    • D. 

      AS-BUILT MAPS


  • 58. 
    USED TO PREPARE THE COAXIAL CABLE FOR SPLICING.
    • A. 

      CORING AND STRIPPING TOOLS

    • B. 

      STRIPPING

    • C. 

      KNIFE

    • D. 

      NUT DRIVERS


  • 59. 
    THIS MAINTAINS THE SYSTEM IMPEDANCE, WHICH REDUCES SIGNAL REFLECTIONS.
    • A. 

      TERMINATORS

    • B. 

      PAD

    • C. 

      GROUND BLOCK

    • D. 

      ADAPTERS


  • 60. 
    CALL FORWARD SELECTIVE
    • A. 

      *63-*83

    • B. 

      63-83

    • C. 

      *72-73

    • D. 

      *63-83


  • 61. 
    CALL FORWAD VARIBLE
    • A. 

      *72-*73

    • B. 

      72-*73

    • C. 

      *72-*82

    • D. 

      *73-*73


  • 62. 
    CANCEL CALL WAITING.
    • A. 

      70

    • B. 

      *89

    • C. 

      *70

    • D. 

      *71


  • 63. 
    SPEED DIAL 8.
    • A. 

      *74

    • B. 

      *75

    • C. 

      *73

    • D. 

      *99


  • 64. 
    SPEED DIAL 30.
    • A. 

      *75

    • B. 

      *74

    • C. 

      *5

    • D. 

      *22


  • 65. 
    ANONYMOUS CALL REJECTION.
    • A. 

      *77-*87

    • B. 

      *77-*89

    • C. 

      *89-67

    • D. 

      77-87


  • 66. 
    CALL SCREENING.
    • A. 

      *60-*80

    • B. 

      60-*80

    • C. 

      70-*74

    • D. 

      2-8


  • 67. 
    PRIVATE NUMBER PLANNING. 
    • A. 

      2+3 AND THE LAST 3 # OF THE PHONE NUMBER

    • B. 

      2+4 AND THE LAST 3 # OF THE PHONE NUMBER

    • C. 

      THE LAST 3 # OF THE PHONE NUMBER

    • D. 

      PHONE NUMBER


  • 68. 
    MUILT-LINE HUNT GROUP.
    • A. 

      *230-*233

    • B. 

      230-231

    • C. 

      *232-*233

    • D. 

      *230-*231


  • 69. 
    TERMINAL MAKE BUSY.
    • A. 

      *230-*231

    • B. 

      230-231

    • C. 

      *232-*233

    • D. 

      212-*231


  • 70. 
    FORWARDING ALL HTTP.
    • A. 

      PORT 80

    • B. 

      PORT 20

    • C. 

      PORT 110

    • D. 

      PORT 5190


  • 71. 
    FORWARDING ALL FTP.
    • A. 

      PORT 20

    • B. 

      PORT 80

    • C. 

      PORT 10

    • D. 

      PORT 110


  • 72. 
    FORWARDING ALL POP3.
    • A. 

      PORT 110

    • B. 

      PORT 80

    • C. 

      PORT 5190

    • D. 

      PORT20


  • 73. 
    DENY AIM ACCESS.
    • A. 

      PORT 5190

    • B. 

      PORT 110

    • C. 

      PORT 56

    • D. 

      PORT 5192


  • 74. 
    (BCI) FEATURE ALLOWS CUSTOMERS TO OPERATE VPN OR WEB E-MAIL SEVER WITHOUT INTERRUPTION.
    • A. 

      STATIC IP ADDRESSES

    • B. 

      VPN

    • C. 

      PORT TRIGGERING

    • D. 

      PORT 80


  • 75. 
    LOCAL POWER SUPPLY UNIT OUTPUT VOLTAGES. 
    • A. 

      48VDV

    • B. 

      48DC

    • C. 

      48 WATTS

    • D. 

      60VDV


  • 76. 
    COMPLETE CHANGE TIME FOR BATTERY.
    • A. 

      24 HOURS

    • B. 

      8 HOURS

    • C. 

      18 HOURS

    • D. 

      4 HOURS


  • 77. 
    BACK UP TIME FOR BATTERY.
    • A. 

      18 HOURS

    • B. 

      24 HOURS

    • C. 

      8 HOURS

    • D. 

      16 HOURS


  • 78. 
    BACK UP TIME WITH 8 LINES IN USE FOR BATTERY.
    • A. 

      8 HOURS

    • B. 

      18 HOURS

    • C. 

      8 MIN

    • D. 

      20 HOURS


  • 79. 
    BATTERY LIFE TIME.
    • A. 

      7-9 YEARS

    • B. 

      1-3 YEARS

    • C. 

      7-10 YEARS

    • D. 

      6 MONTHS


  • 80. 
    T1 ILEC
    • A. 

      1.54 MB

    • B. 

      2.54 MB

    • C. 

      1.00 MA

    • D. 

      1.53 MB


  • 81. 
    CALL SCREENING POOL CAN HOLD. 
    • A. 

      12

    • B. 

      10

    • C. 

      14

    • D. 

      18


  • 82. 
    RING TIP ON EMTA 200MS WINDOWS.
    • A. 

      1

    • B. 

      2

    • C. 

      4

    • D. 

      3


  • 83. 
    REN ON AN 8 LINE EMTA
    • A. 

      24

    • B. 

      18

    • C. 

      12

    • D. 

      8


  • 84. 
    WIRING TIP REPRESENTS WHAT POLARITY.
    • A. 

      POSITIVE

    • B. 

      NEGATIVE

    • C. 

      OPEN

    • D. 

      RED


  • 85. 
    BAUD RATE FOR POS MACHINE.
    • A. 

      9600

    • B. 

      900

    • C. 

      9700

    • D. 

      9000


  • 86. 
    EXCESS WIRE IN A 66 BLOCK.
    • A. 

      1-3 FEET

    • B. 

      1 FEET

    • C. 

      1-3 INCHES

    • D. 

      2 FEET


  • 87. 
    ALARM PIN 1 INDICATES.
    • A. 

      AC FAIL

    • B. 

      BATTERY MISSING

    • C. 

      BATTERY LOW

    • D. 

      REPLACE BATTERY


  • 88. 
    ALARM PIN2 INDICATES.
    • A. 

      REPLACE BATTERY

    • B. 

      AC FAIL

    • C. 

      BATTERY MISSING

    • D. 

      BATTERY LOW


  • 89. 
    ALARM PIN 3 INDICATES.
    • A. 

      BATTERY MISSING

    • B. 

      AC FAIL

    • C. 

      REPLACE BATTERY

    • D. 

      BATTERY LOW


  • 90. 
    ALARM PIN 4 INDICATES.
    • A. 

      BATTERY LOW

    • B. 

      BATTERY MISSING

    • C. 

      REPLACE BATTERY

    • D. 

      AC FAIL


  • 91. 
    NGT
    • A. 

      NEW GLOBAL TELECOM

    • B. 

      NEW GUN TRIGGER

    • C. 

      NEW GLOBAL TENTS

    • D. 

      NEW GLOBAL TELEPHONE


  • 92. 
    COMCAST PROVIDES THE EMAT THE DEMARCATION POINT.
    • A. 

      66 BLOCK

    • B. 

      66 BLOCK AND TELEPHONE JACK

    • C. 

      NID

    • D. 

      PHONE JACK


  • 93. 
    THE CUSTOMER OWNS THE EMTA DEMARCATION POINT.
    • A. 

      COAXIAL INPUT

    • B. 

      CUSTOMER NETWORK

    • C. 

      PBX

    • D. 

      66 BLOCK


  • 94. 
    MTTR.
    • A. 

      4 HOURS

    • B. 

      6 HOURS

    • C. 

      24 HOURS

    • D. 

      48 HOURS


  • 95. 
    IN A PUNCH DOWN BLOCK WHAT IS THE NETWORK SIDE AND THE CUSTOMER SIDE GO.
    • A. 

      LEFT TO RIGHT

    • B. 

      RIGHT TO LEFT

    • C. 

      SIDE TO SIDE

    • D. 

      DOWN AND UP


  • 96. 
    WHAT IS A DATA LINE USE FOR.
    • A. 

      FAX

    • B. 

      INTERNET

    • C. 

      PHONES NUMBERS

    • D. 

      RJ21


  • 97. 
    ALL THE FRONT PANEL LEDs ARE FLASHING.
    • A. 

      FOREIGN VOLTAGE

    • B. 

      SHORT

    • C. 

      LINE CARD ERROR

    • D. 

      SIGNAL LEVELS


  • 98. 
    THE TELEPHONE LINE IS OFF THE HOOK.
    • A. 

      LINE FLASHING

    • B. 

      NO LIGHTS

    • C. 

      ALL LIGHTS FLASHING

    • D. 

      1 AND 2 PHONE LINE FLASHING


  • 99. 
    TEL 7 FLASHING SLOWLY, ABOUT 1 FLASH PER SECOND.
    • A. 

      LINE CARD ERROR

    • B. 

      TEL IN USE

    • C. 

      BATTERY MISSING

    • D. 

      SHORT IN LINE 7


  • 100. 
    WHAT FEATURE ALLOWS DIFFERENT PHONE NUMBERS TO REACH THE SAME PHONE LINE WITH DIFFERENT RING PATTERNS.
    • A. 

      DISTINCTIVE RING

    • B. 

      CALL RETRIEVE

    • C. 

      SPEED DIAL 8

    • D. 

      THREE WAY CALLING


  • 101. 
    THE FEATURES ARE UNIQUE TO BUSINESS CLASS VOICE CUSTOMERS.
    • A. 

      CALL TRACE

    • B. 

      OPERATOR ASSISTANCE

    • C. 

      REMOVE ACTIVATION OF CALL FORWARDING

    • D. 

      ANONYMOUS CALL REJECTION


  • 102. 
    WHAT WOULD A CUSTOMER DIAL TO PUT ON CALL HOLD FEATURE.
    • A. 

      *78

    • B. 

      *71

    • C. 

      *68

    • D. 

      *88


  • 103. 
    WHAT FEATURE ALLOWS THE CUSTOMER TO PICK UP OR BARGE-IN ON A CALL TO ANTHER CO-WORKER.
    • A. 

      DIRECTED CALL PICK UP

    • B. 

      CALL PARK

    • C. 

      HUNT GROUP

    • D. 

      CALL TRACE


  • 104. 
    CUSTOMER ORDERED BCV+BCI  AND 1 STATIC IP ADDRESSES WHAT EQUIPMENT DOES THE CUSTOMER NEED.
    • A. 

      IP GATEWAY

    • B. 

      EMTA

    • C. 

      CABLE MODEM

    • D. 

      MODEM


  • 105. 
    WHAT BCV INSTALLATION STEP OCCURS FIRST.
    • A. 

      HOOK UP A TONER GENERATOR

    • B. 

      LABEL THE LINES

    • C. 

      VERIFY DIAL TONE

    • D. 

      DISCONNECT PREVIOUS PHONE PROVIDER


  • 106. 
    WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS TRUE REGARDING BCV PRIVATE IP NETWORK.
    • A. 

      ADJUST FOR PEAK TIMES TO AVOID LATENCY

    • B. 

      CAUSE DROP OUTS

    • C. 

      NO PRIORITY

    • D. 

      IMPOSSIBLE TO CONTROL


  • 107. 
    HOW DOES A CUSTOMER ACTIVATE DIRECTED CALL PICKUP WITHOUT BARGE-IN.
    • A. 

      *71

    • B. 

      *61

    • C. 

      *81

    • D. 

      *51


  • 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.
    • A. 

      *81

    • B. 

      *71

    • C. 

      *61

    • D. 

      *51


  • 109. 
    AFTER CHECKING FOR VOLTAGE WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF YOU RECONNECTED THE DROP ONTO THE TAP.
    • A. 

      LATENCY

    • B. 

      ELECTRIC SHOCK

    • C. 

      NOTHING

    • D. 

      POSSIBLE INTERFERENCE


  • 110. 
    BCV ACCESS.
    • A. 

      FEATURE MANAGER

    • B. 

      BCV MANAGER

    • C. 

      COMCAST MANAGER

    • D. 

      VOICE MANAGER


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