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TAKNEEK’12

HAM QUIZ
POOL NAME:NAME:ROLL NO.:CONTACT NO.:E-MAIL ID:-

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS:Each question carries 3 marks. There may be ONE or MORE correct answers for every Question. For every correct answer +3 marks will be allotted and -1 mark for every incorrect answer. In case of a tie the questions marked with asterisk(*) will be counted and winner will be decided accordingly.

* Question:1 If the standard reference sound intensity is 10-12 W/m2 and sound intensity at a given place is 5x10-6 W/m2 then what will be the Acoustic Intensity Level in units of bel.(round off to nearest integer) A.)670 C.) -670 B.)67 D.) -67

Question:2 Receivers can be judged by all of the following except. A.) sensitivity C.) pitch . B.) selectivity . D.) dynamic range.

Question:3 What is the relationship between resistivity (r) and conductivity (s)? A.) r = s2 C.) r > s B.) r = s D.) r = 1/s

*Question:4 What wavelength range is the High Frequency band? A.) 1-10 decameter C.) 10-100 meter B.) 0.1-1 decameter D.) 1-10 meter

Question:5 What is the process responsible for producing photons in a diode laser? A.)Fermi level shift C.) Carrier freeze out B.) Majority carrier injection D.) Electron-hole recombination

Question:6 A term ‘holding current’ used in A.)Thyristor C.)BJT B.)Transistor D.)Silicon Controlled Rectifier(SCR)

Question:7 For which of the following wave forms is this statement true: Vrms = Vpeak A.)Sine C.) Triangle B.)Square D.)Sawtooth

Question:8 After the valley point UJT acts as A.)Transistor C.)Controller B.)Amplifier D.)Forward PN Diode

*Question:9 What is a commonly accepted value for the lowest voltage that can cause a dangerous electric shock and the lowest amount of electrical current flowing through the human body that is likely to cause death? A.) 12V,50mA B.) 30V,100mA C.) 12V,50mA D.) 300V,100mA Question:10 What type of radiation are VHF and UHF radio signals? A.) Gamma radiation B.) Ionizing radiation C.) Alpha radiation D.) Non-ionizing radiation Question:11 Which of the following would be connected between a transceiver and computer in a packet radio station? A.) Transmatch B.) Mixer C.) Terminal node controller D.) Antenna *Question:12 Calculate the current drawn from the battery in the given network.

Represent the current in the form P X 10n aA. What is the value of P+n. A.) 20 C.) -18 B.) -16 D.)18

Question:13 What type of component is often used as an adjustable volume control? A.) Fixed resistor B.) Power resistor C.) Potentiometer D.) Transformer Question:14 What type of antennas are the quad, Yagi, and dish? A.) Non-resonant antennas B.)Beam antennas C.) Directional antennas D.)Isotropic antennas

Question:15 What type of switch is represented by item 3 in figure T2?

A.) Single-pole single-throw C.) Double-pole single-throw

B.) Single-pole double-throw D.) Double-pole double-throw

Question:16 Number of Dots and Dashes in Morse Code of distress signal “SOS” are respectively. A.) 6,4 B.) 6,3 C.)3,6 D.)6,2 *Question:17 Which of these statements are true:
A.)Tangential component of Electric field is Zero at the surface of Perfect Electrical Conductor. B)Perpendicular component of Electric field is Zero at the surface of Perfect Electrical Conductor. C)Tangential component of Magnetic field is Zero at the surface of Perfect Magnetic Conductor. D.) Perpendicular component of Magnetic field is Zero at the surface of Perfect Magnetic Conductor.

Question:18
(1.) GPS

Which of these subsystems is associated with Jugnu satellite:
(2.) IR-Imaging (3.) IMU

A.)1 & 2 only C.)only 1

B.)1 & 3 only D.)all three

*Question:19 For a sinusoidal electric field of Time period T, what is the value of time (t) when we can see the electric field lines as shown in fig 3.

A.) t= T/4 C.) t= 3T/4

B.) t= T/2 D.) t=T

COMPREHENSION BASED QUESTION A Yagi-Uda array, commonly known simply as a Yagi antenna, consists of a driven element (typically a dipole or folded dipole) and additional parasitic elements. Amateur radio operators ("hams") frequently employ these for communication on HF, VHF, and UHF bands, often constructing such antennas themselves. the Yagi-Uda design operates on the basis of electromagnetic interaction between the "parasitic" elements and the one driven (dipole) element. The Yagi-Uda design operates on the basis of electromagnetic interaction between the "parasitic" elements and the one driven (dipole) element.

GivenWavelength of received signal is LAMBDA. Answer the questions from 20-22 on the basis of above paragraph and given figure. Question:20 Identify the unknowns X,Y,Z respectively in above figure: A.)Directors,Reflectors,Deflector C.)Reflectors,Directors,Feeding element B.)Detectors,Directors,Feeding element D.)Directors,Reflectors,Feeding element

Question:21 What are the ideal lengths of X and Y rods respectively, just adjacent to central rod(connected with Z) A.)0.5 C.)0.45 ,0.55 ,0.55 B.)0.55 D.)0.55 ,0.5 ,0.45

Question:22 The element X(fig.) has an inductive reactance whereas element Y(fig.) has a capacitive reactance .Which of these statements is correct. A.) Phase of element X’s current lags the phase of the open-circuit voltage that would be induced by the received field. B.) Phase of element Y’s current leads the phase of the open-circuit voltage that would be induced by the received field. C.) Phase of element X’s current leads the phase of the open-circuit voltage that would be induced by the received field. D.) Phase of element Y’s current lags the phase of the open-circuit voltage that would be induced by the received field. Question:23 A satellite in geostationary orbit may be described as a satellite located ______ approximately ___ km above the ___, and whose orbit takes ___ hours. A.) above the polar region; 36,000; earth's surface; 24 B.) in the equatorial plane; 36,000; equator; 24 C.) in space; 36,000; equator; 12 D.) in orbit; 22,300; equator; 24 Question:24 Half of the earth's atmosphere is below _________ kilometers of elevation. A.) 550 B.) 55 C.) 5.5 D.) 0.6 *Question:25 The given circuit expands to infinity in the 2 dimensional plane.

What is the equivalent resistance between a node and one of its four nearest neighbor nodes?. A.)R B.)R/2 C.)R/4 D.)3R/4