System Design Considerations MCQ’s

Electronics & Communication Engineering Optical Communication

This set of Optical Communication Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “System Design Considerations”.

1. __________ limits the maximum distance between the optical fiber transmitter and receiver.
a) Attenuation
b) Transmission
c) Equipment
d) Fiber length

2. The ___________ incorporates a line receiver in order to convert the optical signal into the electrical regime.
a) Attenuator
b) Transmitter
c) Repeater
d) Designator

3. __________ is the unique property of the glass fiber.
a) Transmission
b) Opaque property
c) Ductile
d) Malleable

4. ________technique involves an increase in the number of components required.
a) Time division multiplexing
b) Space division multiplexing
c) Code division multiplexing
d) Frequency division multiplexing

5. A regenerative repeater is called as ____________
a) Repetitive repeater
b) Regenerator
c) Attenuator
d) Gyrator

6. How many encoding schemes are used in optical fiber communication system design requirements?
a) Three
b) One
c) Two
d) Four

7. A multiplexing technique which does not involve the application of several message signals onto a single fiber is called as _________
a) Time division multiplexing
b) Frequency division multiplexing
c) Code division multiplexing
d) Space division multiplexing

8. The wavelength range of __________ will be fruitful for the operating wavelength of the system referring to the system performance.
a) 0.8 – 0.9 μm
b) 1.1 – 2 μm
c) 5.2 – 5.7 μm
d) 3.1 – 3.2 μm

9. In ________ the optical channel bandwidth is divided into non-overlapping frequency bands.
a) Time division multiplexing
b) Frequency division multiplexing
c) Code division multiplexing
d) De-multiplexing

10. Which of the following is not an optical fiber component?
a) Fiber
b) Connector
c) Circulator
d) Detector

11. Time division multiplexing is inverse to that of frequency division multiplexing.
a) True
b) False

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