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RF Cafe Quizzes.
Note: Some material based on books have quoted passages.
1. Which of the following can cause frequency
intermodulation products in a system?
a) Only semiconductor junctions like diodes and
b) Cable connectors, bolted or riveted antenna
panels, isolators and circulators
c) Both a) and b)
2. What is the melting temperature of standard
60/40, tin/lead solder?
a) 100°C (212°F)
b) 250°C (482°F)
c) 186°C (386°F)
3. What is the frequency band for the 900 MHz
GSM cellular band?
a) Tx: 880-915 MHz / Rx: 925-960 MHz
b) Tx: 824-849 MHz / Rx: 869-894 MHz
c) There is no 900 MHz GSM band
4. What does GSM stand for?
a) General System for Mobile phones
b) Greater Spectrum for Mobile phones
c) Global System for Mobile Communication
5. What does POTS stand for (in communications)?
a) Plain Old Telephone System
b) PersOnal Telephony System
c) Personal Orbital & Terrestrial Satellite
6. Which of these pairs of materials in the triboelectric series have the greatest charge transfer potential?
a) Silk & Wool
b) Rubber Balloon & Celluloid
c) Glass & Hard Rubber
7. Along which side of rectangular waveguide is an "E" bend made?
a) Longer side
b) Shorter side
c) "E"ither side
8. What is the lowest modulation index at which an FM carrier is suppressed?
b) π (3.1416)
c) Only AM carriers can be suppressed
9. How much current is required through the human body to cause an onset to muscular paralysis during electrocution?
a) Voltage is the culprit during electrocution, not current
b) 21 mA
c) ½ amp
10. At what frequency is electromagnetic energy maximally absorbed due to oxygen in the atmosphere?
a) 22 GHz
b) Only water in the atmosphere absorbs electromagnetic energy
c) 63 GHz
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