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Question 1: In 2006, companies like ________ and AT&T Mobility implemented GPS units into all of their devices, regardless of the ability for the user to use it.
T-MobileAT&T MobilityTelecom ItaliaSprint Nextel

Question 2: Despite these concerns, research (such as in New Zealand, at the ________), has found that the presence of a cell tower does not impact housing values.
University of Hong KongUniversity of AucklandUniversity of MelbourneMonterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education

Question 3: Many companies missed this deadline and were fined by the ________.
Mobile televisionUltra high frequencyFederal Communications CommissionCBS

Question 4: In GSM networks, the technically correct term is Base Transceiver Station (BTS), and colloquial ________ synonyms are "mobile phone mast" or "base station".
American EnglishEnglish languageCanadian EnglishBritish English

Question 5: Enhanced 911 or ________ service required, by December 31, 2005 that at least 95% of cellular phones in the U.S.
Emergency telephone numberEnhanced 9119-1-1Radiolocation

Question 6: A cell site is a term used primarily in North America for a site where antennas and electronic communications equipment are placed on a radio mast or tower to create a cell in a ________.
CDMA2000IS-95Mobile phoneCellular network

Question 7: Cell Site trilateration is used when GPS capable devices are incapable, cannot perform the actions required to acquire a ________ signal, or are not yet equipped with this technology.
Global Positioning SystemCompassF-15 EagleInertial navigation system

Question 8: The ________ (a central computer that specializes in making phone connections) and the intelligence of the cellphone keeps track of and allows the phone to switch from one mast to the next during conversation.
Cellular networkNetwork switching subsystemBase station subsystemGSM







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