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1. In a series RLC high Q circuit, the current peaks at a
frequency
(a) Equal to the resonant frequency
(b) Greater than the resonant frequency
(c) Less than the resonant frequency
(d) None of these.
2. Two two-port networks are connected in cascade. The
combination is to be represented as a single two-port network.
The parameters of the network are obtained by multiplying the
individual
(a) z-parameter matrix
(b) h-parameter matrix
(c) y-parameter matrix
(d) ABCD parameter matrix
3. The necessary and sufficient condition for a rational function
of s. T(s) to be driving point impedance of an RC network is
that all poles and zeros should be
(a) Simple and lie on the negative axis in the s-plane
(b) Complex and lie in the left half of the s-plane
(c) Complex and lie in the right half of the s-plane
(d) Simple and lie on the positive real axis of the s-plane.
4. (a) Find the laplace transform of the waveform x(t) shown in
figure.

(b) The network shown in figure is initially under steady state
condition with the switch in position 1. The switch is moved
from position 1 to position 2 at t 0. Calculate the current i(t)
through R
1
after switching.


5. Relative to a given fixed tree of a network,
(a) Link currents form an independent set
(b) Branch voltage from an independent set
(c) Link currents from an independent set
(d) Branch voltage from an independent set
6. For a 2-port network to be reciprocal
(a) z
11
= z
12
(b) y
21
= y
22

(c) h
21
= h
12
(d) AD BC = 0
7. For the series R-L circuit of figure (a), the partial fissure
diagram at a certain frequency is shown in figure (b). The
operating frequency of the circuit is:


(a) Equal to the resonance frequency
(b) Less than the resonance frequency
(c) Greater than resonance frequency
(d) Not zero.
8. For the compensated attenuator of figure, the impulse response
under the condition R
1
C
1
= R
2
C
2
is :

(a)
1 1
t
R C 2
1 2
R
1 e
R R
u(t)
(b)
2
1 2
R
(t)
R R

(c)
2
1 2
R
u(t)
R R

(d)
1 1
t
R C 2
1 2
R
1 e .u(t)
R R

9. Of the four networks, N
1
, N
2
, N
3
and N
4
of figure, the network
shaving identical driving point functions are


(a) N
1
and N
1
(b) N
2
and N
4

(c) N
1
and N
3
(d) N
1
and N
4
.
10. A dc circuit shown in figure has a voltage source V
t
a current
source I and several resistors. A particular resistor R dissipates
a power of 4 watts when V alone is active. The same resistor R
dissipates a power of 9 watts when I alone is active. The
power dissipated by R when both sources are active will be

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(a) 1 W (b) 5 W (c) 13 W (d) 25 W.
11. In the series circuit shown in figure for series resonance, the
value of the coupling K will be

(a) 0.25 (b) 0.5 (c) 0.999 (d) 1.0.
12. If the secondary winding of the ideal transformer shown in the
circuit of the figure has 40 turns, the number of turns in the
primary winding for maximum power transfer to the
2 resistor will be

(a) 20 (b) 40 (c) 80 (d) 160.
13. A network contains linear resistors and ideal voltage sources.
If values of all the resistors are doubled, then the voltage
across each resistor is
(a) halved (b) doubled
(c) increased by four times (d) not changed.
14. The two electrical sub network N
1
and N
2
are connected
through three resistors as shown in figure. The voltage across
5 ohm resistor 5 ohm resistor and 1 ohm resistor are given to
be 10 V and 5V, respectively. Then voltage across 15 ohm
resistor is

(a) 105v (b) + 105v
(c) 15 v (d) +15 v
15. In figure, A
1
, A
2
and A
3
are ideal ammeters, if A
1
reads 5A, A
2

reads 12 A, then A
3
should read.

(a) 7 A (b) 12 A (c) 13 A (d) 17 A.
16. An infinite grid is built up by connecting resistors in the
manner indicated in figure, where each branch represents one
ohm resistor. Calculate the effective resistance between the
nodes A and B.

17. Find the Y-parameters (short circuit admittance parameters)for
the network shown in figure.

18. In the following circuit the capacitance varies as C = KQ,
where K is a constant equal to 0.5 Farads/Coulomb and Q, the
charge on the capacitor in coulombs. Determine the current
through the circuit and sketch the voltage waveform across the
capacitor (V
c
) for a step input V
1
as shown in figure. (initial
voltage across capacitor is + 2V)

19. The Laplace transform of a unit ramp function starting at t = a,
is
(a)
2
1
(s a)
(b)
as
2
e
(s a)

(c)
as
2
e
s
(d)
2
a
s
.
20. A series LCR circuit consisting of R = 10 ,
L
X = 20 and
c
X = 20 , is connected across an a.c. supply of 200V rms.
The rms voltage across the capacitor is
(a) 200 90 V (b) 200 + 90 V
(c) 400 90 V (d) 400 + 90 V.























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ANSWERS
1. (a) At resonant frequency , series RLC circuit exhibit
minimum impedance condition, which lead to maximum
current in the circuit.
z = R
o
+
1
jwL
jwc
, At w = w
0
(Resonant frequency),
z = R
o
, w
0
=
1
LC

2. (d) ABCD parameter matrix.
These transmission parameter serve to relate the voltage
and current at one port to voltage and current at the other
port.
3. (b) The poles and zero must be conjugate and they should be in
the half of S-plane.
4. (a) Since the given waveform exist from t = 0 to t = 5T .Thus
z(s) =
1T 4T ST
ST st st
0 2T 4T
E dt 2e dt 2e dt
Solving this we get, z(s) =
sT 2sT 4sT 5sT
1 3e 4e 4e 2e
S

(b) Initial circuit was

Under steady state condition, inductor will offer zero resistance
path. Thus initial current will be
10
5
= 2amp.
After moving the switch the position 2
Circuit will become like
The time constant now will be
10
5

Thus
i(t) = i
final
+
R
t
L
initial final final
i i e , i 0

Thus
i(t) = 0 + (2 0) e
5t
= 2. e
5t
amps.

5. (a)
6. Both (B) and (C).
7. When X
C
> X
L
, then the frequency is going to be less than
resonance frequency because X
C
is inversely proportional to
frequency because X
c
is inversely proportional to frequency.
8. (b)
9. Z
1
(S) =
1 1
2 (1 2S)
S S
1 1 1 1
2 2 (1 2S) (1 2S)
S S S S

2 3
1 2S 1
(1 2S) 2 1
S S 2 S
Z (S) , Z (S)
1 2S 1
2 (1 2S) 1
S S 2 S

4
(1 2S)
, Z (S)
1
1 2S
S

Solve the Z
1
(S), Z
2
(S), Z
3
(S), Z
4
(S) and get the solution.
10.(d) 25 W.
11.(b) 0.25.
12.(c) 80.
13.(d)
V
R
I
. If R is doubled I becomes half. So, V= 2R
1
2
=
IR
V remains unchanged.
14.(a) 105 V
15.(c) 13 A.
16. Take a rectangular mesh out of the infinite grid. Applying a
test voltage V across A and B
Due to symmetry of infinite grid in all directions current
distribution is as shown.
Applying KVL to loop ACBA. We get
V =
I
4
R +
I
4
R =
IR
2

eq
V
R
I
across A and B = R/2 = 1/2 [ R = 1 ]

17.
18.
19.(c)
as
2
e
s

20.(c)
2
a
s
.













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