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Wireless Mobile Computing And M- Commerce

Subject : it-skills
Instructions:
  • Answer 32 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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1. Telecommunications in which electromagnetic waves carry the signal between communicating devices






2. A web site with an audio interface






3. A type of wireless transmission that uses red light not commonly visible to human eyes






4. 911 emergency calls made with wireless devices






5. Chip technology that enables shorta range connection (data and voice) between wireless devices






6. A technology that allows users to make purchases with a single click from their mobile devices






7. A set of standards for wireless devices with tiny display screens - low bandwidth connections - and minimal memory to access web based info and services






8. A wireless transmission system that uses satellites for broadcast communications






9. A services provided by digital cell phones that can send and receive short text messages (160 characters)






10. A computer environment in which virtually every object has processing power with the wireless or wired connections to a global network






11. A wireless system that uses satellites to enable users to determine their position anywhere on earth






12. Telephones that use radio waves to provide two way communication






13. A wireless system that offers uninterrupted near CD quality music that is beamed to your radio from satellites






14. An antenna connecting a mobile device to a wired local area network






15. A high bandwidth wireless technology with transmission speeds in excess of 100 mbps that can be used for such applications as streaming multimedia from a personal computer to a television






16. A computer network in a limited geographical area that uses wireless transmission for communication






17. A real time wireless connection between a mobile device and other computing environments such as the internet or an intranet






18. The standard that enables wireless devices with tiny display screens - low bandwidth connections - and minimal memory to access web based info and services






19. A wireless system that uses microwaves for high volume - long distance - point to point communication






20. A wireless technology that allows manufacturers to attach tags with antennas and computer chips on goods and then track their movement through radio signals






21. The smallest of the short range wireless networks that is designed to be embedded in mobile devices such as cell phones and credit cards






22. A device that has built in radio and antenna and is essential to enable a computer to have wireless communication capabilities






23. A small geographical perimeter within which a wireless access point provides service to a number of users






24. A computer network used for communication among computer devices close to one person






25. Mobile commerce transactions targeted to individuals in specific loactions at specific times






26. Internet browsers with a small file size that can work within the low memory constraints of wireless devices and the low bandwidths of wireless networks






27. The wireless transmission and receipt of data gathered from remote sensors






28. A portal that aggregates and provides content and services for mobile users






29. The one quarter second transmission delay in communication to and from GEO satellites






30. Networks of interconnected battery powered wireless sensors placed in the physical environment






31. Transmission that uses radio wave frequencies to send data directly between transmitters and receivers






32. A network composed to motes in the physical environment that wake up at intervals to transmit data to their nearest neighbor mote