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Wireless Communication May 2015 Diploma Question Paper

                                    SECTION-A

Q1. a) Fill in the Blanks.                                             10×1.5=15    

  i. GPRS stands for __________ .
 ii. FCC stands for _________________ .
iii. A hand off in which channel is the source cell is retained and used for a while is parallel with the channel in the target cell is called handoff.
iv. ___________ Communication is used as a term for transmission of information from one place to another without using cables.
 v. _____________ is the first generation cellular technology.
vi. The ___________ is database in GSM network used for storage and management of subscriptions.
vii. PBX stands for _____________ .
viii. IMEI stands for _______________ .
ix. A _______ is the basic unit of geographical unit of cellular system.
x. TDMA stands for ____________________ .
xi. The history of mobile telephones can be broken into _______ periods.
xii. All wireless communication devices use __________ to transmit and receive signals.
xiii. Each FDMA user is assigned a specific __________ .
xiv. IMEI is stored in the ______________ .
xv. GSM stands for ____________________.

                                  SECTION-B

Q2. Attempt any five questions.                                                                    5×6=30  
  i. Explain various channel alignment strategies.
 ii. What is a paging system? What are its advantages and disadvantages?
iii. Describe the spread spectrum modulation technique.
iv. Discuss the free space propagation model.
 v. Compare TDMA and FDMA.
 vi. What is Bluetooth technology? Explain in detail.
vii. Explain features of IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n.
viii. Explain cordless telephone system.

                                   SECTION-C

Q3. Attempt any three questions.                                                      3×10=30

Q 3. Compare GSM and CDMA system.

Q 4. Explain GPRS system. Also explain its application and advantages.

Q 5. Write short note on any two: IS-95 (ii) RAKE Receiver (iii) 2.5 Wireless Networks (iv) SDMA Q 6. Explain the evolution or history of Mobile Communication

Wireless Communication May 2015 Diploma Solved Question Paper

                                    SECTION-A

Q1. a) Fill in the Blanks.                                             10×1.5=15    

  i. GPRS stands for General Radio Packet Service.
 ii. FCC stands for Federal Communications Commission .
iii. A hand off in which channel is the source cell is retained and used for a while is parallel with the channel in the target cell is called Soft handoff.
iv. Radio or Wireless Communication is used as a term for transmission of information from one place to another without using cables.
 v. AMPS is the first generation cellular technology.
vi. The HLR (Home Location Register) is database in GSM network used for storage and management of subscriptions.
vii. PBX stands for Private Branch Exchange .
viii. IMEI stands for International Mobile Equipment Identity .
ix. A  CELL is the basic unit of geographical unit of cellular system.
x. TDMA stands for Time Division Multiple Access.
xi. The history of mobile telephones can be broken into _______ periods.
xii. All wireless communication devices use Radio Transceivers to transmit and receive signals.
xiii. Each FDMA user is assigned a specific Frequency Band or Channel.
xiv. IMEI is stored in the Mobile Phone Set .
xv. GSM stands for Global System for Mobile Communications .

GPRS stands for General Radio Packet Service.

FCC stands for Federal Communications Commission .

A hand off in which channel is the source cell is retained and used for a while is parallel with the channel in the target cell is called Soft handoff.

Radio or Wireless Communication is used as a term for transmission of information from one place to another without using cables.

AMPS is the first generation cellular technology.

The HLR (Home Location Register) is database in GSM network used for storage and management of subscriptions.

PBX stands for Private Branch Exchange .

IMEI stands for International Mobile Equipment Identity .

CELL is the basic unit of geographical unit of cellular system.

TDMA stands for Time Division Multiple Access.

The history of mobile telephones can be broken into _______ periods.

All wireless communication devices use Radio Transceivers to transmit and receive signals.

Each FDMA user is assigned a specific Frequency Band or Channel.

IMEI is stored in the Mobile Phone Set .

GSM stands for Global System for Mobile Communications .

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Various channel alignment strategies.

Paging system and  its advantages and disadvantages

Spread spectrum modulation technique.

Free space propagation model.

Differentiate TDMA and FDMA.

Features of IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n.

Cordless telephone system.

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Wireless Commu nication Diploma Solved Question May 2015 Paper

GSM and CDMA system.

GPRS system and its application and advantages.

Short note on IS-95

RAKE Receiver

2.5 Wireless Networks

(iv) SDMA

Evolution or history of Mobile Communication

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