Wavelength Routing Networks MCQ’s

This set of Optical Communication Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Wavelength Routing Networks”.

1. How many types of hopping are present?
a) Two
b) One
c) Three
d) Four

2. How many switching layers are possessed by MG-OXC?
a) Two
b) Three
c) One
d) Six

3. Which of the following is used to provide wavelength signal service among the nodes?
a) Regularization
b) Optical enhancing
c) Hopping
d) Pulse breakdown

4. _____________ supports a great number of wavelength channels and reduces the number of switches within the optical network.
a) Waveband switching
b) Optical remuneration
c) Optical genesis
d) Wavelength multiplexing

5. The routing and wavelength assignment problem addresses the core issue of _____________
a) Traffic patterns in a network
b) Wavelength adjustment
c) Wavelength continuity constraint
d) Design problem

6. ____________ deals with establishing the light path in frequently varying traffic patterns.
a) Wavelength routing
b) Wavelength multiplexing
c) Static RWA
d) Dynamic RWA

7. Individual wavelength channels and wavebands are terminated through ________________ layers.
a) WXC and PXC
b) WXC and FXC
c) BXC and FXC
d) WXC and BXC

8. Wavelength assignment in RWA is independent on the network topology.
a) True
b) False

9. How many techniques of implementation are there for routing wavelength assignment (RWA)?
a) Two
b) Six
c) Three
d) Four

10. Static RWA problem is also known as _____________
a) Routing problem
b) Virtual topology problem
c) Static wavelength problem
d) Light path problem

11. ________________ plays an important role in determining the blocking probability of a network.
a) CGA algorithm
b) Semi-pristine environment
c) RWA algorithm
d) Pass key protocol

12. The ___________ provides information about the physical path and wavelength assignment for all active light paths.
a) Network state
b) RWA
c) LAN topology
d) Secluded communication protocol

13. Static RWA technique is semi-permanent.
a) True
b) False

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