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Electronics and Communication Engineering

Time Allouied : 3 Hours

Maxim!!nI Marks: 150

1. This question paper contains TWO SECTIONS: 'A' and '6'

2. Section A consists of two questions of the multiple choice type. Question Eel consists of TWENTY FIVE subquestions of ONE mark each and question EC2 consists of TWENTY FIVE sub-questions of TWO marks each.

3. Answer Section A only on the special machine-gradable OBJECTIVE RESPONSE SHEET (ORS.) Questions of Section A will not be graded if answered anywehere else.

4. Answer problems of Section B in the answer-book.

5. Write your name, registration number and name of the center at the specified locations on the right half of the ORS for Section A.

6. Using a soft HB pencil darken the appropria te bubble under each digit of your registration number.

7. The Objective Response Sheet will be collected back after 120 minutes have expired from the start of the examination. In case you finish Section A before the expiry of 120 minutes, you may start answering Section B.

8. Questions of Section A are to be answered by darkening the appropriate bubble (marked A, B, C or OJ using a soft HB pencil against the question number on the left-hand side of the Objective Response Sheet.

9. In case you wish to change an answer, erase the old answer completel y using a good sort eraser.

10. There is no negative marking.

11. Section B consists of TWENTY questions of FIVE marks each. ANY FIFTEEN out of them have to be answered.

If more than fifteen questions are attempted. score off the answers not to be evaluated. else only the fifteen unscored answers will be considered strictly.

12. In all 5 mark questions, clearly show the steps. Indica te the appropriate uni ts in all the answers.

SECTION -A

(75 Marks)

This question consists of TWENTY FIVE subquestions (11 - 1.25) of ONE mark each. Fat' each of these sub-questions. four possible answers (A, B, C and D) are given, out of which only on~ is correct. Answer each sub-question by darkening the approprinte bu bb le on the OB) ECTt VEO RESPONSE SHEET (ORS) using ~ soft HB pencil. Do not use the ORS for any rough work. You may like to use the Answer Book for any rough work, if needed.

1,1. The Voltage en in the figure,

1.

(n) 2 V (t') 4 V

4 (/!) 3\1

(d) 8 V

1.2. If each branch of a Delta circuit has impedance 13 Z, then each branch of the equivalent Wye circuit has impedance.

Z (a) 13

(b) 3 Z

(e) 3 .J3 Z

Z (d) s

1.3.

The transfer function of a system is given by

1

H(s) = s2(s-2)' The impulse response of the

system is

(a) (t2. e-1')U(t) (. denotes convolution, and U(I) is unit step function)

1.4

(b) (t. e2')U(I) (c) (te-21)U(t) (,$) ;; e-2') U (t)

'rh~ admittance parameter Y 12 in the 2-port network in the figure,

I, IOJl I,

"i r'A - r:r"

(0) -0.2 mho (c) - 0.05 mho

(bl 0.1 mho (d) 0.05 mho

1.5 The region of corw('rgence of the z-transtorm of a unit step function is

(0) I z I > 1 (v) I z I < 1

(e) (Rea I pa rt of z) > 0 (d) (Real part of z) < 0

1.6 The current gain of a BJT is

in) (0) Sill

gll'/O r"

(c) (d) Sm

" r

''''r!.' x r, 1.7 tvl0SFET can be used as a

(a) current controlled capacitor (/I) voltage controlled capacitor (e) current controlled inductor (d) voltage controlled inductor

1.8 The effective channel length of a MOSFET in sa tura tion decreases wi th increase in

(n) gate voltage (b) drain voltage

(e) source voltage (d) body voltage

1.9 The ideal OP-AMP has the following characteristics-

(a) Ri = 00, A = 00., Ro = 0 (v) Ri = 0, A = 00, Ro'" 0 (e) R, = ro, A = 00, ~ = 00 (d) R, = 0, A = 00, I~ = 00

1.10 The 2'$ complement representation of -17 is

(n) orno (b) 01111

(e) 11110 (d) 10001

!.II Consider the following two statements:

Statement 1 , A stable multivibrator can be used for generating square wave.

Statement 2 . B stable multivibrator can be used far storing binary information.

(11) Only statement 1 is correct

(b) Only statement 2 is correct

(e) Both the statements 1 and 2 are correct (Ii) Both the statements 1 and 2 are incorrect

1.12 For tlw ring oscillator shown in the figure, the propaga lion dela v of each inverter is 100 pico sec. W!l;lI is th~ fundamental frequency of the o~cillntor output ?

(II) JOMI-Iz (eJ I CHz

(1,)100 Ml-lz (d) 2GHz

1.13 An S08." microprocessor based system uses a 4K x 8 bit RAM whose starting address is AAOO H. The address of the last byte in this RAM is

(II) OFFF H (/,) 1000 H

(e) B9FF H (d) BAOD H

1.14 The equivalent of the block diagram in the figure, given in

E~C

(n)

(1))

.€~(

,~

(e) (d)

E-{;~--H

f~

E~C ,~

1.15

If the characteristic equation of a closed-loop system is 52 + 2s + 2 = 0, then the system is

(a) overdarnped (/» critically damped

(e) undcrdarnped (d) undamped

1.16 The root-locus diagram for a dosed-loop Iecdback system is shown in the figure is. The system is overdarnped.

J'"'

(a) only if o s K ~ 1 (b) only if I < K < 5 (e) only if K;> 5

(d) if 0" K < 1 or K ;> 5

1.17 The Nyquist plot for the open-loop transfer function G(s) of a unity negative feedback system is shown in the figure, if G(s) has no pole in the right-half of s-plane, the number of roots of the system characteristic equation in the right-half of s-plane is

["'(0)

(a) 0 (e) 2

(b) 1 (d) 3

1.18 Let o(t) denote the delta function. The value of the integral I o( f)COS( ¥}I is

(al

(b) -1

(e) 0

n

(d) '2

A bandlimited signal is sampled at the Nyquist rate. The signal can be recovered by passing the samples through

(a) an RC filter

(b) an envelope detector (e) a PLL

(d) an ideal low-pass filter with the appropriate bandwidth.

1.20 The PDF of a Gaussian random variable X is given

1.19

1

by Px(x) = 3& e

event (X = 4) is

-(~ _ ')' 18

The pro ba b iii ty of the

1 (a) '2

1 (b) 3&

(e) 0

1 (d) 4

1.21 If a signal 1(1) has energy E, the energy of the signal 1(2.!} is equal 10

E

(a) E

(b) 2. (d) 4E

(el 2E

1.22 A transmission line is dislortionless if

1 (a) RL= GC

(e) LG 0= RC

(b) RL=' CC (d) RG" LC

1.23 If a plane electromagnetic wave satisfies the

. a"E, 2 a2E,. '

equation --:::-2 = c -,-,-. the wave propagates 1Il

oz at

the

(~) .r-d irection (b) z-direction (e) y-direction

(d) xy plane a t an angle of 45" between the x and z directions

1.24 The phase velocity of WJveS propagating in a hollow metal waveguide is

(n) greater than the velocity of light in free space, (b) less than the velocity of light in free space.

(e) equal to the velocity of light in free space.

(d) equal to the group velocity.

1.25 The dominant mode in a rectangular waveguide is TEIO, because this mode has

(n) no attenuation

(b) no cut-off

(e) no magnetic field component (d) the highest cut-off wavelength

2. This question consists of TWENTY FIVE subquestions (2.1- 2.25) of TWO marks each. For each of these sub-questions, four possible answers (A, B, C and DJ are given, out of which only one is correct. Answer each sub-question by darkening the appropriate bubble on the OBJECTIVE RESPONSE SHEET (DRS) using a soft HB pencil, Do not use the ORS for any rough work. YOII may like to use the Answer Book for any rough work, if needed.

2.1 The vol tage eo in the figure, H\'

(~) 48 V (c) 36 V

(b) 24 V (d) 28 V

2.2 in the figure, the value of the load resistor R which maximizes the power delivered to it is

lOll 11-1

,·~·~c :1'

«(I) 14.14 n (c) 200 o

(b) 10 n

(d) 28.28n

2.3

When the angular frequency (!) in the figure. varied from a to CJo. the locus of the current phasor I;. is given by

i(t)

.... ::0

(n)

(vi

E • E"Al.'

(e)

(d)

2.4 The Z parameters Zll and Zzl for the 2-port network in the figure,

I, 21l I,

'.11. k

T'OE, I 6 4

(b) Zll = Un;Z21 '" Un;

6 16

(e) Zll = Un;~l = -Un;

4 4

(d) Zl1 = Un; Z~t = un;

2.5

An npn 13JT has gm '" 38m AIV C '" '10-" F C -4", 10-IJF dOC ' ,. ,

~ -. , an current gain Po '" 90. For

this transistor IT and I~ are

(a) IT'" 1.64 x 108 Hz a rid In = 1.47 x 10 IU Hz (b) fT = 1.47 x 1 OW Hz and I~ = 1.64 x 108 Hz (e) IT = 1.33 x 1012Hz and/r, '" 1.47 x 10'" Hz (d) IT = 1.47 x 10 10 Hz and Ip '" 1.33 x 10'2 Hz

!he Iransistor shunt regulator shown in the figure 15 has a regulated output' voltage of 10 V, when the input varies from 20 V to 30 V. The relevant parameters for the zener diode and the transistor are: V z = 9-5, VSE = 0.3 V.1l = 99. Neglect lhecurrent through RB. Then the maximum power dissipated in the zener .diode (P zl and the transistor (PT) are

2011. ~~,-----~---

2.6

Vin 20-.lOV

2.7

(aJ Pz=75mW,PT=7.9W (b) Pz=85mW, PT '" 8.9 W (e) Pz = 95 mW, PT = 9.9 W (d) Pz=115mW,PT=11.9W

The oscillator circuit shown in the figure.

r---~-----~--------~

R,

l =IOfJli r---~-Jnm~--~--_~

(a) Hartley oscillator with [""lliotion = 79.6 MHz (b) Colpitts oscillator with [0><:ill,1I00 '" 79.6 MHz (c) Hartley oscillator wilhfoscill.11il>n = 159.2 MHz (d) Colpitts oscillator withf.",illalion '" 159.2 MHz

2.8 The inverting OP-AMP shown in the figure has an

1'0 open-loop gain 01100. The dosed-loop gain -;,- is

R,:IOII

R,;.;;,II ~_ 1

~ ~- --~---_..

+ !

(al - 8 (e) -10

(v) -9 (d) -11

2.9

In the figure, assume the OP-AMPs to be ideal. Th

output Vo of the CIrcuit is e

10mH

(11) 10 cos(lDOI)

,

(/1) 10 J eos(lOOr)dr o

,

(e) 10-" J cos(100rjdr o

2.10 In the figure, the LED

d

(d) 10-4 diCOS(lOOI)

lEO

III

(11) emits light when both 51 and 5z are closed. (b) emits light when both 51 and 52 are open. (e) emits light when only of SI or 52 is closed.':

(d) does not emit light, irrespective of the switch positions.

2.11 In the TIL circuit in the figure, 52 to So are select lines and X7 to Xo are input lines. So and Xo are LSBs. The output Y is

(a) indeterminate (b) AffiB

(e) AffiB

(d) C.(AffiB)+C-(AffiB)

2.12 TIll' (iigit.1Il,l(}ck in the figure. realized Itsing twu po .. sitive edge triggered D-flip-flops. Assume thJI for I < I", Q, "Q," 0 The circuit in the digil~1 block is giVtlll by

~~-~Y ~~

(nl Fig. 2.12 (n)

(1/) fig. 2.12 (b)

:~ r.:=:Pt-';~ r:::::Pr-' ~_j ~ ~ U

(el Fig. 2.12 (e)

(d) Fig. 2.12 (d)

2.13

In the DRAM cell in the figure is the V, of the NMOSFET is 1 V. For the following three combina nons of WL and BL voltages

Word lin~ (WL)

(a) 5V;3V;7V (f) 5V;5V;5V

(b) 4V;3V;4V (d) 4 V; 4 V; 4 V

2.14 The impulse response functions of Iour linear systems 5" 52,53' 5. are given respectively by

hl(t) = 1 112(1) " UUl

h(t)=~

3 1+ 1

Where U(t) is the unit step function. \-Vhich of these systems is time invariant causal, and stable?

(<1) 51 (b) 52

(e) 53 (d) 5~

2.15 An electrical system and its signal-flow graph representations are shown in the figure respectively. The values of G1 and H, respectively, are

'1-8-

l~(s

-'- ....J

V,(')

FlIt.2.IS(d

G, ~(s) G, ~(". G,

V;(<) • C) · ~(,) H

Z,C» -Z](.<;)

(11) Z" (5) + 2J (s) + 24 (s)' Z, (s) + Z3(5)

-2~ (5) -23(5)

(I]) 22(s)-Z:,(5)+24(s)' Z,(5)+Z3(5)

Z,(5) 23(5)

(c)

Z2(5)+Z](5) Z4(S)' 2,(5)+23(5)

-L,(5) Z,(5)

(d) Z2(S)-Z3(5)+Z4(5)' 2,(S)+Z3(5)

2.16 The open-loop DC gain of a unity negative feedback system with dosed-loop transfer function

5+4

4 (11)13

(e) 4

4 (/» "9

(d) 13

2.1'l The feeback control system in the figure is stable.

R(.)

C~)

(II) for all K ;,; 0

(c) only if 0 "K < 1

(b) only ifK ~ 1

(d) only if 0 s K s 1

2.18 A video transmission system transmits 625 picture frames per second. Each frame consists of a 400 x 400 pixel grid with 64 intensity levels per pixel. The data rate of the system is

(11) 16 Mbps (b) 100 Mbps

(e) 600 Mbps (d) 6.4 Gbps

2.19 The Nyquist sampling interval, for the signal Sin c (700t) + Sin c (SOOt) is

1

(a) 350 sec

1

(e) 7()() sec

rr

(b) 3SO sec

It

(d) 175 sec

2.20 During transmission over a communication channel, bit errors Occur independently with probability p. If a block of" bits is transmitted, the probability of at most one bit error is equal (0

(a) 1 - (l - p)"

(b) p + (II - 1 )(1 -1-') (e) 111-'(1 - p)" -,

(d) (I - p)" + np(l _ 1-')"-'

The PSD and the power of a signal g{t) are, respectively, Sg (o) and p.~. The PSD and the power of the signal ng(t) are, respectively,

(n) n2Ss (to) and n2p S

(b) a2Sg (m) and aP~

(e) nSg (m) and a2ps

(d) aSg (ro) and aP.

2.21

2,22

A material has conductivity of 10-2 mho/ m and a relative permittivity of 4. The frequency at which the conduction current in the medium is equal to the displacement current is

(a) 45 MHz (b) 90 MHz

(e) 450 MHz

(d) 900 MHz

SECTION - B (75 Marks)

3.

This section consists of TW ENTY questions 01 FIVE marks each, ANY FIFTEEN 011 t of these questions have to be answered in the Answer Book provided.

For the circuit shown in the figure, determine the phasors E2, Ew I, and I,.

4,

The circuit shown in the figure, operating in stead ystate with switch 5, colsed. The switch 51 is opened at f = 0

iii.

2.23 A uniform plane electromagnetic wave incident norrnally on a plane surface of a dielectric material is ,eflected with" VSWR of 3. What is the percentage of incident power that is reflected?

fJ) 10 % (b) 25 %

(c) 50 "I<,

(d) 75%

2.24 A medium wave radio transmitter operating at a wavelength of 492 m has a tower antenna of height 124 m. What '5 the mdiation resistance of the antenna ?

(a) 250 (e) 500

(a) 36.50 (d) 730

2,25

In a uniform linear array, lour isotropic radiating

I.

elements are spaced 4' apart, The progressive

phase shift between the elements required for forming the main beam at 60" off the end-fire is

(a) - 11 radians

It

2 radians

It

8 radians (b)

11

(e) 4 radians (a)

(a) Find iL (O+). (b) Find el (0+).

(e) Using nodal equations and Laplace transform approach, find an expression for the voltage across the capacitor lor all t > O.

5,

The admittance parameters of a 2-port network shown in the figure, given by Y 11 = 2 mho, YIZ = - 0.5 mho, Y21 = 4.8 mho, YZ2 = 1 mho. The output port is terminated with a load admittance Y L " 0.2 mho. Find E2 for each of the following conditions

I, t,

fE, 2 - por t i

~twor~ E, OUtput

(11) El = 10L 00 V (b) J,=10LooA

(e) A source 10L 0° V in series with a 0.25 n resistor is connected to the input port.

6.

For the circuit shown in the figure. D, and 0, are indentical diodes with ideality (actor of unity. The thermal voltage V r = 25 m V.

(a) Calculate Vjand V,. 5O'm~

(IJ) If the reverse sa lura tion current, I" for the diode is 1 pA, then com pule the current I through the circuit.

7.

An emitter-follower amplifier is shown in the figure, Z; is the impedance looking into the base 0/ the transistor and Zo is the impedance looking into the emitter of the transistor.

(a) Draw the small signal equivalent circuit of the

amplifier.

(b) Obtain an expression for Z,. (e) Obtain an expression for Zo.

(d) Determine z, and Zo if a capacitor CL is connected ac ross Rv

8. Assume that the OP-AMP in the figure, ideal

(a) Obtain an expression for Vo in terms of v" R, and the reverse saturation current I at' the

transistor. s

(b) lf R = 10, J, ,. IpA and the thermal voltage VT",25 mY, then what is the value of the output voltage va for an input voltage v, = IV?

(c) Suppose that the transistor in the feedback path IS replaced by a P-II junction diode with a reverse saturation current of I . The p-side of the diode is connected to node A and the n-side to node B. Then what is the expression for V in

terms of v" Rand 1/ 0

9.

A monochrome video signa I tha t ranges from 0 to BV, is digitized using an 8-bit ADC.

(a) Determine the resolution of the ADC in V /bi]. (0) Calculate the mean squared quantization error. (c) Suppose the ADC is counter controlled. The

counter is upcount and positive edge triggered with clock frequency 1 MHz. What is the lime taken in seconds 10 get a digital equivalent of L59V?

10.

In the figure, the output of the oscillator, V, has lOV peak amplitude with zero DC value. The transfer characteristic of the Schmitt inverter is also shown in the figure is. Assume that the JK flip-flop is reset a t time t = 0.

o S .. H.I 'it'llP"'a ..... o:a(:il14lof

.. ~

5.

I.

tr

ov ....__

v,

UY 1.Sv

(a) What is the period and duty cycle of the waveform V 2 ?

(bJ What is the period and duty cycle of the waveform V 1 ?

(el Sketch V i- V 2 and V 3 for the duration 0 s t s I) )IS. Clearly indicate the exact timings when the waveforms V, and V, make high-to-low and low-to-high tr"ansitioris.

11. For the digital block shown in the figure the output y = 1(5" 52' SI' So) where 53 is MSB and So is 1£8. Y is given in terms of minterms as Y =

L m(t, 5, 6, 7, 11, 12, 13, 15) and its complement

is y = Lm(o, 2, 3, 4,8,9,10,14).

s

>; 00 0' 11 10

00

01

t1

ro ("I

(a) Enter the logical values in the given Karnaugh map in the figure, for the output Y.

(b) Write down the expression for Y in sum-ofproducts from using minimum number of terms.

(c) Draw the circuit for the digital logic boxes using four 2-input NAND gates only for each of the boxes.

**12. Consider the following sequence of instructions for
**

an SOS5 microprocessor based system.

Memory Address 1115 tructions

FFOO MVIA, FFH

FF02 INRA

FF03 }C FFOCH

FF06 OR! ASH

FF08 JM FF15 H

FFOB XRAA

FFOC OUT PORT 1

FFOE HLT

FFI0 XRI FFH

FF12 OUT PORTI

FFI4 HLT

FFI5 MVlA, FFH

FFI7 ADI 02H

FFI9 RAL

FFIA }Z FF23H

FFlD }C FFIO H

FF20 JNC FF12 H

FF23 CMA

FF24 OUT PORD

FF26 HLT

(a) If the program execution begins at the location

FFOO H, write down the sequence of instructions

which are actually executed till a HLT

instruction. (Assume al! flags are initially

RESET).

(b) Which of the three ports (PORTI, PORTI and

PORT3) will be loaded with data, and what is

the bit pattern of the data? 13.

A feedback control system is shown in figure,

(a) Draw the signal-flow graph that represents the system.

(b) Find the total number of loops in the graph and determine the loop-gains of all the loops.

(e) Find the number of all possible combinations of non-touching loops taken two at a time.

(d) Determine the transfer function of the system using the signal-flow graph.

14.

Consider the feedback control system shown in figure,

R(.

(a) Find the transfer function of the system and its characteristic equation.

(b) Use the Routh-Hurwitz criterion to determine the range of K for which the system is stable.

15. For the feedback control system shown in the figure,

the process transfer function is

1

Gp(s) '" s(s + 1) ,and the complification factor of the

power amplifier is K ~ O. The design specifications required for the system, time constant is 1 sec and a damping ratio of 0.707.

]' ".,

(II) Find the desired locations of the closed-loop poles.

(b) Write. down the required characteristic equation for the system. Hence determine the PO controller transfer function Go(s) when K = 1- {el Sketch the root-locus for the system.

16.

The Fourier transform C (OJ) of the sign,,1 g(1) in

. _. .2-( ,Il.) _ ·weiU!J -1)

the figure, gIven as C(w) - (j) 2 ,e I .

Using this information and the lime-shifting and time-scaling properties, determine the Fourier lriH1s{orm oj signills in nl(~_~igure

~~(li • I 'CL

_, 0 01 1 --,

"'ill·U;(",' Fi~.g-tb'

lQ.

(f" . t ~"' t

•

_1 1.

, I

P~~.15 (1:'1

Fj'~.16(d) 17. The periodic modulating signal 111(1) is shown in the figure. Using Carson's rule. estimate Bl'M (bandwidth of the FM signal) and B1'.\1 (bandwid th of the PM signal) for kf = rt x 10' and

n

kp = "4' Assume the essential bandwidth 01 111(1) to

consist only up to and including the third harmonic.

--------~~--~--~~~--~( (00<)

18.

A baseband signal g(l) bnndlimited to 100 Hz mod u l a tes a co r r ier of tr equencv f" Hz, The modulated signal S(l)cos 2nft is transmitted Over a channel whose inpu t x and ourpu (y J re related by !! = 2x + x' The spectrum 01 g(l) is shown in the figure. Sketch the spectrum of the transmitted signal and the spectrum of the received signal.

f"

-100

Fi,.13

A periodic signal g(t) is shown Determine the PSD of g(t).

~'~-'---- _ _l__J.......ili~(t) ~D~D~(I~~)

2 2 ,]1" 1,]1"

inlhe riglLre.

Fit·/.5lI

20. A system of three electric charges lying in a straight line is in equilibrium. Two of the charges are positive with magnitudes Q and 2Q, and are 50 cm "part. Determine the sign, magnitude and position of the third charge.

21. A medium has a breakdown strength of 16 KV /rn r.m: its relative permeability is 1,0 and relative permi ttivi ty is 4.0 A plane electromagnetic wave is transmitted through the medium. Calculate the maximum possible power flow density and the associated magnetic field.

22. A rectangular hollow metal waveguide has dimensions n ,,2.29 em and b" 1.02. em. Microwave power at 10 GHz is transmitted through the waveguide in the TElO mode.

(n) Calculate the cut-off wavelength and the guide wavelength for tlus mode,

(h) Wha t are the other (TE or TM) modes that can propagate through the waveguide?

(c) If II = b = 2.2.9 em, What are the modes which can propagate through the waveguidet ~

••

ANSWERS

1.1 (e) 1.2 (n) 1.3 (b) 1. 4 (e) 1.5 (n) 1. £> (e) 1.7 (b) 1.8 (a) 1.9(0) 1.10 (d)

1.11 (e) 1.12 (e) 1.13 (d) 1. 14 (d) 1.15 (e) 1.16 (d) 1. 17 (d) 1.18 (Il) 1. 19 (d) t. 20 (d)

1.21 (b) 1.22 (e) 1.23 (b) 1.24 (a) 1.25 (d) 2,1 (d) 2.2 (a) 2.3 (a) 2.4 (e) 2.5 (b)

2,6 (e) 2.7 (b) 2.8 (d) 2.9 (a) 2.10 (d) 2.11 (d) 2.12 (e) 2.13 (') 2.14 (d) 2.15 (,1)

2. 16 (b) 2.17 (el 2.1B (c) 2.19 (el 2.20 (d) 2.21 (a) 2.22 (n) 2.23 (b) 2.24 (a) 2.25 (e)

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