Long Term Evolution (LTE) MCQ’s

Electronics & Communication Engineering Wireless & Mobile Communications

This set of Wireless & Mobile Communications Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Long Term Evolution (LTE)”.

1. What type of handovers is supported by LTE?
a) Hard handover only
b) Soft handover only
c) Hard and soft handover
d) Hard, soft and softest handover

2. What is the minimum amount of RF spectrum needed for an FDD LTE radio channel?
a) 1.4 MHz
b) 2.8 MHz
c) 5 MHz
d) 20 MHz

3. Which UE category supports 64 QAM on the uplink?
a) Only category 5
b) Only category 4
c) Only category 3
d) Category 3,4 and 5

4. Which organization is responsible for developing LTE standards?
a) UMTS
b) 3GPP
c) 3GPP2
d) ISO

5. How often can resources be allocated to the UE?
a) Every symbol
b) Every slot
c) Every subframe
d) Every frame

6. Which channel indicates the number of symbols used by the PDCCH?
a) PHICH
b) PDCCH
c) PBCH
d) PCFICH

7. What is the largest channel bandwidth a UE is required to support in LTE?
a) 10 MHz
b) 20 MHz
c) 1.4 MHz
d) 5 MHz

8. Which RLC mode adds the least amount of delay to user traffic?
a) Unacknowledged mode (UM)
b) Acknowledged mode (AM)
c) Low latency mode (LM)
d) Transparent mode (TM)

9. In LTE, what is the benefit of PAPR reduction in the uplink?
a) Improved uplink coverage
b) Lower UE power consumption
c) Reduced equalizer complexity
d) Improved uplink coverage, lower UE power consumption and reduced equalizer

10. How much bandwidth is required to transmit the primary and secondary synchronization signals?
a) 1.08 MHz
b) 1.4 MHz
c) 930 kHz
d) 20 MHz

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