You want to plug a keyboard into the back of a computer. You know that you need to plug the keyboard cable into a PS/2 port. Which style of port is the PS/2? A. RJ-11 B. DE9 C. DIN 5 D. Mini-DIN 6
D. A PS/2 port is also known as a mini-DIN 6 connector.
What is the maximum speed of USB 2.0 in Mbps? A. 1.5 B. 12 C. 60 D. 480
D. The USB 2.0 spec provides for a maximum speed of 480 megabits per second (Mbpsnot megabytes per second, or MBps).
Which of the following standards are specified by IEEE 1284? (Choose two.) A. SPP B. RS-232 C. EPP D. ECP E. FireWire F. USB
C, D. Bidirectional parallel ports can both transmit and receive data. EPP and ECP are IEEE 1284 standards that were designed to transfer data at higher speeds in both directions so that devices could return status information to the system. The standard parallel port only transmits data out of the computer. It cannot receive data. FireWire is specified by IEEE 1394. IEEE 1284 does not specify serial protocols, such as RS-232 and USB.
How do you connect a DVI-A interface on a peripheral to a DVI-D interface on the computer? A. With a DVI-I cable B. With a cable that is terminated on one end with a DVI-A connector and on the other end with a DVI-D connector C. You wouldnt interconnect those two interfaces D. With a standard DVI cable
C. Such a connection should not be made. DVI-I cables act like universal cables; they can connect two DVI-A interfaces or two DVI-D interfaces with adapters. Natively, they are used to connect two DVI-I interfaces, both of which are configured as either analog or digital. They are unable to convert the analog signal to a digital one, however. Analog and digital DVI interfaces are too disparate to interconnect.