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**II B.TECH II SEM–REGULAR/SUPPLEMENTARY EXAMINATIONS MAY - 2010
**

II B.Tech II Semeter Supplementary Examinations,May 2010

EXAMINATIONSLINES

MAY - 2010

II B.TECH

II SEM–REGULAR/SUPPLEMENTARY

ELECTRO

MAGNETIC WAVES AND TRANSMISSION

Common to Electronics And Telematics, Electronics And Communication

Engineering

Time: 3 hours

Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

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1. (a) Derive the expression for power flow in a concentric cable?

(b) A parallel polarized wave propagates from air to a dielectric at Brewster angle

of 75 degrees. Find εr .

[8+8]

2. (a) What are the conditions for loss less & distortionless transmission lines? In

what way these conditions are useful in determining the primary & secondary

parameters of the line? Explain.

(b) A telephone line has R = 30Ω/km, L = 0.1H/km, C=20µF/m & G = 0. At f

=10K Hz, find the secondary constants & phase velocity.

[8+8]

3. Write short notes on:

(a) Standing wave ratio

(b) Smith chart.

[16]

**4. (a) Derive an expression for the capacitance of parallel wires.
**

(b) Determine the capacitance per unit length between a cylindrical conductor 3.0

cm in diameter and a parallel plane 10 m from the conductor axis.

[8+8]

5. (a) What is a Toroid and obtain an expression for its inductance.

(b) A Toroid has air core and has a cross-sectional area of 10 mm2 . It has 1000

turns and it’s mean radius is 10 mm. Find its inductance.

[8+8]

6. (a) Determine D, if H = 8.5 ej(ωt + β2 ) ax in free space.

(b) Find E and B.

[8+8]

2

2

2 from the field expressions of

( ma ) +( nb )

16

rectangular wave guide. Also derive the expression for wave impedance.

[10+6]

7. Prove that the cutoff wavelength λc =

q

**8. In case of an EM wave of amplitude E given below incident, determine:
**

(a) 10 percent depth of penetration

(b) 60 percent depth of penetration

Electric field E=10.5e−x/δ

[16]

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For a transmission line with load ZL . 10 µo cos × cos t az (b) If E = 2 cos (ωt − βz) ax and H = η2 cos (ωt − βz) ay . (a) Verify whether the fields E = 10 sin × sin t ay and H = satisfy the Maxwell’s equations.May 2010 . [16] 5.TECH II SEM–REGULAR/SUPPLEMENTARY II B. (a) Define electric flux density in two different forms. (a) What is loss tangent? Explain it with suitable sketches. Electronics And Communication Engineering Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks ????? 1. [16] 8. H = 3ax + 2ay . (a) Explain briefly standing wave ratio? (b) A transmission line with air as dielectric has Zo = 50ohm and a phase constant of 3.2010 ELECTRO MAGNETIC WAVES AND TRANSMISSION LINES Common to Electronics And Telematics.Code No: 07A4EC10 R07 Set No. [8+8] 7. (b) Write a short note on Brewster angle. Explain the propagation and field equations of dominant mode in a rectangular wave guide. shunt admittance. [6+10] 4.0. 3 EXAMINATIONS MAY II B. [8+8] 2.Tech II Semester Supplementary Examinations. if Em = 1000 V/m. (b) Find the capacitance per unit length of a coaxial conductor with outer radius of 5 mm and the inner radius of 0. A/m. [8+8] ????? 5 . [16] 6. The phasor magnetic field intensity for a 400 MHz uniform plane wave propagating in a certain lossless material is (ay − j 5 az ) e−j25x . characteristic impedance and reflection coefficient. find: (a) β (b) η (c) λ. derive the expressions for series impedance. find η in terms of µo . A/m exists at a point in free space.0 rad/m at 10MHz. Find the inductance and capacitance of the line? [8+8] 3. what is magnetic flux density at the point. ∈o so that the fields satisfy all Maxwell’s equation.5 mm and has dielectric ∈r = 5. (b) If magnetic field. (a) What is the capacitance between two concentric spheres and obtain an expression for it.

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