Improving Coverage and Capacity in Cellular Systems MCQ’s

Electronics & Communication Engineering Wireless & Mobile Communications

This set of Wireless & Mobile Communications Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Improving Coverage and Capacity in Cellular Systems”.

1. ________ uses directional antennas to control interference.
a) Sectoring
b) Cell splitting
c) Repeaters
d) Micro cell zone concept

2. _______ allows an orderly growth of cellular system.
a) Sectoring
b) Scattering
c) Cell splitting
d) Micro cell zone technique

3. Which of the following techniques do not help in expanding the capacity of cellular system?
a) Sectoring
b) Scattering
c) Splitting
d) Microcell zone concept

4. Which of the following technology distributes the coverage of the cell and extends the cell boundary to hard-to-reach places?
a) Cell splitting
b) Scattering
c) Sectoring
d) Micro cell zone concept

5. Which of the following trunking inefficiencies?
a) Cell splitting
b) Micro cell zone technique
c) Sectoring
d) Repeaters

6. Which of the following increases the number of base stations in order to increase capacity?
a) Cell splitting
b) Sectoring
c) Repeaters
d) Micro cell zone concept

7. Repeaters has one drawback of reradiating ____________
a) Frequency
b) Channels
c) Power
d) Repeater noise and interference

8. The process of subdividing a congested cell into smaller cells is called _______
a) Cell splitting
b) Sectoring
c) Micro cell technique
d) Repeaters

9. Cell splitting do not maintain the minimum c-channel reuse ratio.
a) True
b) False

10. Cell splitting increases the capacity of a cellular system since it increases the number of times ________ are reused.
a) Cells
b) Channels
c) Transmitters
d) Mobile stations

11. Which of the following technique is used to limit radio coverage of newly formed microcells?
a) Sectoring
b) Splitting
c) Antenna downtilting
d) Scattering

12. Which of the following has range extension capability?
a) Sectoring
b) Repeaters
c) Scattering
d) Micro cell zone concept

13. Sectoring increases SIR (Signal to Interference Ratio).
a) True
b) False

14. In a micro cell zone concept, when a mobile travels from one zone to another within the cell, it retains the same _________
a) Power level
b) Base station
c) Channel
d) Receiver

15. Which of the following is not an advantage of micro cell zone technique?
a) Reduced co channel interference
b) Improved signal quality
c) Increase in capacity
d) Increasing number of base stations

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