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Internet of Things and its applications Jul 2021

Multiple Choice

1.1 AMQP stands for : (A) Advanced Mass Query Protocol (B) Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (C) Add-on Message Query Protocol (D) Add-on Message Queuing Protocol

1.2 What does IDE stand for ? (A) In Deep Environment (B) Integrated Development Environment (C) Internal Deep Escape (D) IDLE

1.3 Which is not a characteristic of TCP/IP Model ? (A) Connection-oriented protocol. (B) implement flow control (C) Support for a flexible architecture (D) Unreliable

1.4 Which of the following things can have an effect on the development of an individual's personality ? (A) physical and mental capabilities (B) health and physical appearance (C) skin color and gender (D) all of the above

1.5 If you didn't know the recipient's name, how would you close the letter ? (A) With love. (B) Yours sincerely. (C) Yours faithfully. (D) Affectionately yours.

1.6 The huge number of devices connected to the IoT to communicate automatically. It is called : (A) Bot to Bot (B2B) (B) Machine to Machine (M2M) (C) Skynet (D) InterCloud

1.7 IoT security management includes : (A) Protocol abstraction (B) Simple and fast installation (C) Security with hardware (D) Data storage

1.8 IoT data scalability includes ________. (A) Protocol abstraction (B) Simple and fast installation (C) Security with hardware (D) Data storage

1.9 Which protocol is used to link all the devices in the IoT ? (A) TCP/IP (B) Network (C) UDP (D) HTTP

1.10 __________ supports low energy radio operation. (A) IETF 6LoWPAN (B) IEFT CoAP (C) RFID/NFC (D) Bluetooth

True or False

2.1 MQTT is a transport layer protocol. (A) True (B) False

2.2 RFID is a wired communication method. (A) True (B) False

2.3 Microcontroller is used to control the function in smart Fridge. (A) True (B) False

2.4 Arduino board does not have memory. (A) True (B) False

2.5 Arduino uses AtMega microcontroller. (A) True (B) False

2.6 Arduino Uno has USB connectivity. (A) True (B) False

2.7 Embedded C language supports loop statements. (A) True (B) False

2.8 Arduino code can be written in JAVA (A) True (B) False

2.9 Sensors are the output device. (A) True (B) False

2.10 All IoT devices are very secure. (A) True (B) False

Match in the Column

3.1 Ethernet (A) Actuator (B) C Language code (C) Has external memory (D) Has internal memory (E) Interacts with devices (F) Interacts with user (G) MBTI Theory (H) Sensor (I) Used in Wired communication (J) Used in Wireless Communication (K) OSI Model (L) Closed Loop System (M) Hygrometer

3.2 WiFi (A) Actuator (B) C Language code (C) Has external memory (D) Has internal memory (E) Interacts with devices (F) Interacts with user (G) MBTI Theory (H) Sensor (I) Used in Wired communication (J) Used in Wireless Communication (K) OSI Model (L) Closed Loop System (M) Hygrometer

3.3 MQ-135 (A) Actuator (B) C Language code (C) Has external memory (D) Has internal memory (E) Interacts with devices (F) Interacts with user (G) MBTI Theory (H) Sensor (I) Used in Wired communication (J) Used in Wireless Communication (K) OSI Model (L) Closed Loop System (M) Hygrometer

3.4 LCD Display (A) Actuator (B) C Language code (C) Has external memory (D) Has internal memory (E) Interacts with devices (F) Interacts with user (G) MBTI Theory (H) Sensor (I) Used in Wired communication (J) Used in Wireless Communication (K) OSI Model (L) Closed Loop System (M) Hygrometer

3.5 Microcontroller (A) Actuator (B) C Language code (C) Has external memory (D) Has internal memory (E) Interacts with devices (F) Interacts with user (G) MBTI Theory (H) Sensor (I) Used in Wired communication (J) Used in Wireless Communication (K) OSI Model (L) Closed Loop System (M) Hygrometer

3.6 Microprocessor (A) Actuator (B) C Language code (C) Has external memory (D) Has internal memory (E) Interacts with devices (F) Interacts with user (G) MBTI Theory (H) Sensor (I) Used in Wired communication (J) Used in Wireless Communication (K) OSI Model (L) Closed Loop System (M) Hygrometer

3.7 Arduino (A) Actuator (B) C Language code (C) Has external memory (D) Has internal memory (E) Interacts with devices (F) Interacts with user (G) MBTI Theory (H) Sensor (I) Used in Wired communication (J) Used in Wireless Communication (K) OSI Model (L) Closed Loop System (M) Hygrometer

3.8 Determine Personality (A) Actuator (B) C Language code (C) Has external memory (D) Has internal memory (E) Interacts with devices (F) Interacts with user (G) MBTI Theory (H) Sensor (I) Used in Wired communication (J) Used in Wireless Communication (K) OSI Model (L) Closed Loop System (M) Hygrometer

3.9 Physical Layer (A) Actuator (B) C Language code (C) Has external memory (D) Has internal memory (E) Interacts with devices (F) Interacts with user (G) MBTI Theory (H) Sensor (I) Used in Wired communication (J) Used in Wireless Communication (K) OSI Model (L) Closed Loop System (M) Hygrometer

3.10 Application Layer (A) Actuator (B) C Language code (C) Has external memory (D) Has internal memory (E) Interacts with devices (F) Interacts with user (G) MBTI Theory (H) Sensor (I) Used in Wired communication (J) Used in Wireless Communication (K) OSI Model (L) Closed Loop System (M) Hygrometer

Fill in The Blank Space

4.1 Arduino __________ with an integrated WiFi module. (A) UDP (B) connection-oriented (C) Microprocessor (D) Microcontroller (E) Digital (F) USART (G) Analog (H) Uno (I) connection-less (J) light intensity (K) High and Low (L) temperature (M) OSI

4.2 __________ is a serial port allows communication between Arduino and computer. (A) UDP (B) connection-oriented (C) Microprocessor (D) Microcontroller (E) Digital (F) USART (G) Analog (H) Uno (I) connection-less (J) light intensity (K) High and Low (L) temperature (M) OSI

4.3 LDR is a __________ sensor. (A) UDP (B) connection-oriented (C) Microprocessor (D) Microcontroller (E) Digital (F) USART (G) Analog (H) Uno (I) connection-less (J) light intensity (K) High and Low (L) temperature (M) OSI

4.4 Personal computers use __________. (A) UDP (B) connection-oriented (C) Microprocessor (D) Microcontroller (E) Digital (F) USART (G) Analog (H) Uno (I) connection-less (J) light intensity (K) High and Low (L) temperature (M) OSI

4.5 Digital pins of Arduino can have only __________ values (A) UDP (B) connection-oriented (C) Microprocessor (D) Microcontroller (E) Digital (F) USART (G) Analog (H) Uno (I) connection-less (J) light intensity (K) High and Low (L) temperature (M) OSI

4.6 Physical layer is a __________ layer. (A) UDP (B) connection-oriented (C) Microprocessor (D) Microcontroller (E) Digital (F) USART (G) Analog (H) Uno (I) connection-less (J) light intensity (K) High and Low (L) temperature (M) OSI

4.7 Arduino board has a __________ to control other devices (A) UDP (B) connection-oriented (C) Microprocessor (D) Microcontroller (E) Digital (F) USART (G) Analog (H) Uno (I) connection-less (J) light intensity (K) High and Low (L) temperature (M) OSI

4.8 ADC on Arduino board is used to convert __________ signal into digital signal. (A) UDP (B) connection-oriented (C) Microprocessor (D) Microcontroller (E) Digital (F) USART (G) Analog (H) Uno (I) connection-less (J) light intensity (K) High and Low (L) temperature (M) OSI

4.9 CoAP is supported by __________ protocol. (A) UDP (B) connection-oriented (C) Microprocessor (D) Microcontroller (E) Digital (F) USART (G) Analog (H) Uno (I) connection-less (J) light intensity (K) High and Low (L) temperature (M) OSI

4.10 OSI model, the transport layer, is only __________. (A) UDP (B) connection-oriented (C) Microprocessor (D) Microcontroller (E) Digital (F) USART (G) Analog (H) Uno (I) connection-less (J) light intensity (K) High and Low (L) temperature (M) OSI

Internet of Things and its applications Jan 2021

Multiple Choice

1.1 MQTT stands for : (A) Mass Query Telemetry Transport (B) Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (C) Message Query Text Transport (D) Mass Queuing Text Transport

1.2 What is the microcontroller used in Arduino UNO ? (A) ATmega328p (B) ATmega2560 (C) ATmega32114 (D) AT91SAM3x8E

1.3 What does GPIO stands for ? (A) General Purpose Inner Outer Propeller (B) General Purpose Input Output Pins (C) General Purpose Interested Old People (D) General Purpose Input Output Processor

1.4 Which of the following is not a TCP/IP layer ? (A) Application Layer (B) Transport Layer (C) Network Layer (D) Data link Layer

1.5 Which of the following communication medium supports highest data rate ? (A) Ethernet (B) Bluetooth (C) Optical Fibre (D) Wi-Fi

1.6 The IIoT stands for : (A) Indepth Internet of Things. (B) Innovative Internet of Things. (C) Information Internet of Things. (D) Industrial Internet of Things.

1.7 What are the challenges in IoT ? (A) Energy Consumption (B) Security (C) Network Congestion (D) All the above

1.8 .....tags, devices, smart phones useful in identification. (A) IETF 6L0WPAN (B) IEFT CoAP (C) RFID/NFC (D) IEEE 802.15.4.LoWPAN

1.9 Which protocol interacts asynchronously over UDP ? (A) HMTP (B) CoAP (C) MQTT (D) TCP/IP

1.10 WSN stands for (A) Wired Sensor Network (B) Wireless Sensor Network (C) Wired Service Network (D) Wireless Service Network

True or False

2.1 AMQP uses UDP protocol. (A) True (B) False

2.2 Arduino provide IDE Environment. (A) True (B) False

2.3 Arduino provides only digital input ports. (A) True (B) False

2.4 LCD is a display device. (A) True (B) False

2.5 Conditional statements cannot be used in Arduino programming. (A) True (B) False

2.6 Code once written cannot be uploaded to Arduino board. (A) True (B) False

2.7 IoT supports both wired and wireless communication. (A) True (B) False

2.8 Cloud is a part of IoT architecture. (A) True (B) False

2.9 Float is a valid data type of embedded C language. (A) True (B) False

2.10 Embedded C language does not support function calls. (A) True (B) False

Match in the Column

3.1 Ethernet (A) 4 layered (B) 7 layered (C) Actuator (D) OCEAN Theory (E) Sensor (F) Used in Personal Computer (G) Used in washing machine (H) Used in Wired Communication (I) Used in Wireless Communication (J) Used to write Arduino code (K) Linux (L) Grapevine (M) Arduino

3.2 Bluetooth (A) 4 layered (B) 7 layered (C) Actuator (D) OCEAN Theory (E) Sensor (F) Used in Personal Computer (G) Used in washing machine (H) Used in Wired Communication (I) Used in Wireless Communication (J) Used to write Arduino code (K) Linux (L) Grapevine (M) Arduino

3.3 LDR (A) 4 layered (B) 7 layered (C) Actuator (D) OCEAN Theory (E) Sensor (F) Used in Personal Computer (G) Used in washing machine (H) Used in Wired Communication (I) Used in Wireless Communication (J) Used to write Arduino code (K) Linux (L) Grapevine (M) Arduino

3.4 DC Motor (A) 4 layered (B) 7 layered (C) Actuator (D) OCEAN Theory (E) Sensor (F) Used in Personal Computer (G) Used in washing machine (H) Used in Wired Communication (I) Used in Wireless Communication (J) Used to write Arduino code (K) Linux (L) Grapevine (M) Arduino

3.5 Microprocessor (A) 4 layered (B) 7 layered (C) Actuator (D) OCEAN Theory (E) Sensor (F) Used in Personal Computer (G) Used in washing machine (H) Used in Wired Communication (I) Used in Wireless Communication (J) Used to write Arduino code (K) Linux (L) Grapevine (M) Arduino

3.6 Micro Controiler (A) 4 layered (B) 7 layered (C) Actuator (D) OCEAN Theory (E) Sensor (F) Used in Personal Computer (G) Used in washing machine (H) Used in Wired Communication (I) Used in Wireless Communication (J) Used to write Arduino code (K) Linux (L) Grapevine (M) Arduino

3.7 Sketch (A) 4 layered (B) 7 layered (C) Actuator (D) OCEAN Theory (E) Sensor (F) Used in Personal Computer (G) Used in washing machine (H) Used in Wired Communication (I) Used in Wireless Communication (J) Used to write Arduino code (K) Linux (L) Grapevine (M) Arduino

3.8 Determine Personality (A) 4 layered (B) 7 layered (C) Actuator (D) OCEAN Theory (E) Sensor (F) Used in Personal Computer (G) Used in washing machine (H) Used in Wired Communication (I) Used in Wireless Communication (J) Used to write Arduino code (K) Linux (L) Grapevine (M) Arduino

3.9 TCP/IP Model (A) 4 layered (B) 7 layered (C) Actuator (D) OCEAN Theory (E) Sensor (F) Used in Personal Computer (G) Used in washing machine (H) Used in Wired Communication (I) Used in Wireless Communication (J) Used to write Arduino code (K) Linux (L) Grapevine (M) Arduino

3.10 OSI Model (A) 4 layered (B) 7 layered (C) Actuator (D) OCEAN Theory (E) Sensor (F) Used in Personal Computer (G) Used in washing machine (H) Used in Wired Communication (I) Used in Wireless Communication (J) Used to write Arduino code (K) Linux (L) Grapevine (M) Arduino

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4.1 RFID is a technology. (A) Bluetooth (B) long (C) data storage (D) short (E) tagging (F) send (G) receives (H) low (I) wireless (J) wired (K) less (L) high (M) sensor

4.2 IoT devices should consume energy. (A) Bluetooth (B) long (C) data storage (D) short (E) tagging (F) send (G) receives (H) low (I) wireless (J) wired (K) less (L) high (M) sensor

4.3 Bluetooth operates in range. (A) Bluetooth (B) long (C) data storage (D) short (E) tagging (F) send (G) receives (H) low (I) wireless (J) wired (K) less (L) high (M) sensor

4.4 Bluetooth consumes power. (A) Bluetooth (B) long (C) data storage (D) short (E) tagging (F) send (G) receives (H) low (I) wireless (J) wired (K) less (L) high (M) sensor

4.5 Wireless Speakers works on technology. (A) Bluetooth (B) long (C) data storage (D) short (E) tagging (F) send (G) receives (H) low (I) wireless (J) wired (K) less (L) high (M) sensor

4.6 Wi-Fi has scalability. (A) Bluetooth (B) long (C) data storage (D) short (E) tagging (F) send (G) receives (H) low (I) wireless (J) wired (K) less (L) high (M) sensor

4.7 Sensors data from environment and sends it to other devices. (A) Bluetooth (B) long (C) data storage (D) short (E) tagging (F) send (G) receives (H) low (I) wireless (J) wired (K) less (L) high (M) sensor

4.8 IoT data scalability takes care of. (A) Bluetooth (B) long (C) data storage (D) short (E) tagging (F) send (G) receives (H) low (I) wireless (J) wired (K) less (L) high (M) sensor

4.9 Microwave is signal. (A) Bluetooth (B) long (C) data storage (D) short (E) tagging (F) send (G) receives (H) low (I) wireless (J) wired (K) less (L) high (M) sensor

4.10 Fiber optics is. (A) Bluetooth (B) long (C) data storage (D) short (E) tagging (F) send (G) receives (H) low (I) wireless (J) wired (K) less (L) high (M) sensor