Registered Communications Distribution Designer v6.0

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The ability of a device to withstand electromagnetic disturbances from another device is:

  • A. Electromagnetic interference (EMI)
  • B. Radio Frequency Interference (RFI)
  • C. (EMC)
  • D. Fast transients
  • E. Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)


Answer : C

Which of the following is NOT a source of electromagnetic interference (EMI)?

A. Copiers -

B. Transformers -

C. Incandescent lights -

D. Fluorescent lights -
E. Electrical power supply cable



Answer : C Topic 3, ITS Cables and Connecting Hardware

If looking to specify an optical fiber backbone within a building going 275 m (902 ft) between the equipment room (ER) and the telecommunications room (TR), what type of fiber should be specified to support a 10 GB ethernet application?

  • A. OM1
  • B. 50 micron multimode
  • C. 50 micron laser optimized multimode
  • D. 62.5 micron multimode


Answer : C

What type of optical fiber is used primarily for outside plant (OSP) applications?

  • A. Tight-buffer
  • B. Loose-tube
  • C. Breakout style
  • D. Duplex zip cord
  • E. Ribbon


Answer : B

What is the insertion loss guideline for a multimode mechanical splice?

  • A. 0.05 dB
  • B. 0.1 dB
  • C. 0.3 dB
  • D. 0.5 dB
  • E. 1.0 dB


Answer : C

What is the International Organization for Standardization/International Electrotechnical
Commission ISO/IEC class rating for American National Standards
Institute/Telecommunication Industry Association (ANSI/TIA) Category 5e cable?

  • A. Class B
  • B. Class C
  • C. Class D
  • D. Class E
  • E. Class F


Answer : C

There are three buildings approximately 400 meters apart and the customer wants to use
10 Gig Ethernet. What fiber should be specified for this application?

  • A. 8 - 9 micron singlemode
  • B. 50 micron multimode
  • C. 50 micron laser optimized multimode
  • D. 62.5 micron multimode


Answer : A

Which of the following is true about screened twisted pair cable assemblies?

  • A. The drain wire and screen foil must be bonded at one end only.
  • B. The drain wire and screen foil must be bonded at every connection.
  • C. There is no need to bond the screen foil or drain because it is not important.
  • D. The drain wire and screen foil must be separately bonded at opposite ends.


Answer : B

Which of the following is NOT a design consideration for broadband video distribution?

  • A. Amplifier link budgets
  • B. Adhering to the 90 meter (295 feet) rule for horizontal distribution
  • C. Amplifier cascade limitations
  • D. Environmental factors
  • E. Drop length


Answer : B

You are extending 1000 MHz video service from your existing headend to a new equipment room (ER). Your existing incoming video signal is plus (+) 15 dBmV. You have three two- way splitters with a total of minus (-) 15 dB. You are adding 122 m (400 ft) of series 11 (RG
11) cable with a minus (-) 18 dB with eight single end F-connectors with a total of minus (-)
1.2 dB. From the selections below, what is the MINIMUM gain amplifier required in the headend room?

  • A. Plus (+) 15 dB
  • B. Plus (+) 20 dB
  • C. Plus (+) 25 dB
  • D. Plus (+) 30 dB
  • E. Plus (+) 35 dB


Answer : A

What is the connector of choice for Series 59, Series 6, and Series 11 applications?

  • A. F-Style
  • B. Bayonet Neill-Conncelman (BNC-Style)
  • C. N-Style
  • D. SMA
  • E. Ultra high frequency (UHF)


Answer : A

You must extend a video systems backbone coax cable that was recently installed. Which of the following coaxial cable types would provide the best performance for both analog and digital video?

  • A. Series 6
  • B. Series 11
  • C. RG 16
  • D. RG 59
  • E. RG 62


Answer : B

The RJ-45 is now known as the 8P8C style connector, per the Telecommunications
Industry Association (TIA) standard. What does the P and C stand for?

  • A. Plug and connector
  • B. Position and connector
  • C. Position and contact
  • D. Plug and contact


Answer : C

What is the testing frequency of a Category 6/Class E cable?

  • A. 100 MHz
  • B. 200 MHz
  • C. 250 MHz
  • D. 500 MHz
  • E. 600 MHz


Answer : C

What type of fiber optic cable is manufactured to protect individual glass strands and is primarily designed for use inside buildings?

  • A. Ribbon
  • B. Tight buffered
  • C. Loose tube
  • D. Air blown


Answer : B

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