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Paper 3-April2009

Mobile Communication and simulation

Con. 4537-09. LR-7295 [Total Marks : 75 ]

(3 Hours) N.B (1) Attempt any three questions from each section. (2) Answer to the two sections must be written in separate answer books. (3) Figures to the right indicate full marks. (4) Use of simple calculator and statistical tables are allowed.

Section I 1. (a) Give the characteristics of communication devices 2 (b) What are ranges for transmission? Explain signal propagation in detail. 5 (c) What is aloha ? Explain different types of aloha scheme - 5 2. (a) Explain the concept of near and far terminal. 3 (b) What do you mean b radio interface? Explain different types of radio interfaces 5 of GSM with its functionality. (c) Explain in detail architecture reference model. 5 3. (a) Define footprint and spotbeam. 2 (b) What is handover? Explain different types of orbits for satellite system.5 (c) List and explain two basic transport mechanisms of DAB. 5

4. (a) Define Mobile QOS. 3 b) What is the IEEE standard used in Bluetooth operation? Explain networking of Bluetooth devices. (c) Explain the concept of IP Packet Delivery. 5. (a)Define Snooping TCP. 2 (b) Explain funneling concept in Mobile lP. 5 (c)Write a short note:- (i) Agent discovery (ii) Agent registration. 5 Section II

6. (a) State the advantages of simulation. 3 (b) The orababitity distribution of demand of cakes from the Fresh Food Bakery has 8 been as follows : Daily Demand :- 0 10 20 30 40 Probabliity :- 0.05 0.30 0.30 0.25 0.10 The probability distribution of production is as follows : Daiiy Production :- 10 20 30 40 Probability :- 0.35 10.30 0.20 0.15

Paper 3-April2009
Mobile Communication and simulation

The bakerys production cost 4 Rs. Per cake, sale price Rs10 per cake, and any cake unsold is a waste. Estimate average demand of cakes and average profit or loss per day by simulating for 5 days. Use the following random numbers. For demand 50, 22, 96, 31, 78 For production : 74, 54, 13, 26, 94 7. (a) A pair of unbiased dice is roiled once. Find the probability distribution of the of the two numbers occurring on the uppermost face of the dice. Also find the mean. 4 (b) An ambulance service gets on average 4 emergency calls at night. Assuming Poisson distribution, find the probability of receiving at most 2 emergency calls tomorrow night. 4 (c) The marks In a particular subject ace assumed to follow a normal distribution with mean 40 and variance 9. If 1000 students appear for the test find number of students who get marks; (1) below 36; (2) between 43 and 46. Given : the area (A) below the Standard Normal Curve between 0 and x is as follows x A 1.00 0.34134 1.33 0.40824 2.00 0.47725

8. (a) Discuss the assumption of a Poisson Process. 4 (b)With reference to a queuing system, explain the terms 4 (i) Queue Discipline (ii) Queue Behavior. (c) A telephone exchange has two long distance operators. It is observed that during the peak load,4 long distance calls arrive In a Poisson fashion at an average rate of 1,5per hour. The length of service on the exponentially distributed with mean length of 5 minutes. (i) What is the probability that the system is empty? (ii) What is the expected number of customers in the queue? 9. (a) Explain the chi-square test for testing the uniformity of a set of numbers. 4 (b) A sequence of 10000 four-digit numbers has been generated and an analysis indicates the following combinations and frequencies :-Based on theoker test, test whether these numbers are independent. Given : The tables values of Chi-square with n p.d.f. for = 0.05 are given below Combination Four different digits One pair of digits Three like digits Two pair All four digits are same Observed frequency 5650 3920 240 170 20

Paper 3-April2009
Mobile Communication and simulation

10. (a) Explain the Acceptance-Rejection technique to generate random variates (or a Poisson distribution. (b) Write the algorithm to generate AR(1) Time series: (c) Discuss the various steps in Model Building.