1. What is the process of converting information into the proper form for transmission?
Explanation: One of the first steps to sending a message is encoding. During the encoding process, information is converted from its original form into an acceptable form for transmission.
2. Which step of the communication process is concerned with properly identifying the address of the sender and receiver?
Explanation: Messages sent over a computer network must be in the correct format for them to be delivered and processed. Part of the formatting process is properly identifying the source of the message and its destination.
3. Which three are components of message timing? (Choose three.)
- Flow control
- Sequence numbers
- Access method
- Retransmit time
- Response timeout
Explanation: Flow control is the managing of the rate of transmission. Response timeout is how long to wait for responses. Access methods determine when someone can send a message. These are the three components of message timing.
4. Which delivery method is used to transmit information to one or more end devices, but not all devices on the network?
Explanation: Multicast messages are addressed for transmission to one or more end devices on a network. Broadcast messages are addressed for transmission to all devices on the network. Unicast messages are addressed for transmission to one device on the network.