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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Band11idtl1 of u
signal is

frequeoc~

a, V)

b
modulated

a. Zero
b. Tile frequen~ of tlte modulating signal
c. Twice tlte frequencr ol' modulating
Stgntd

cl lnfinil)
The balance equation

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Work lunc!ion is
a. Mlllimum t~mpurruur~ at 11 hicb
thenmon enoissinn occurs
b. MJnimum excess energy needed for
therrmoo emissoon
c. Maxi mum temperature up to which
thcrmion emission occurs
d. Optilnum onergl
lor lhermion
emrssron
For n p-type semiconduc1or. Femu level
lies
a. In tile middle of the energy gap
b. Close to ~1c bottom of the conducuon
ban.d
c. Close to the lop of the conducloon band
d. Cluse to the top of ~Je valence bnnd
The force bel~>een a ~harg~ q :md a
grtluoded infinile conducting place kepi ay
n distanced form iL is gived by

ce

t1 The prodtct or c;, U) Md

om

There are two time functious g,(l) and ll:(t)


11 ilh FoW'ier trnnsfonus 0 1(1) and 0, cl)
repeciti"Vel~ Fourier cransfom1 ol'
n,g1 (l) .. b.g1 (t) will be (a lllld b 10 tlu~
expressu.>n l!re c:onstanc)
a, The con' olatioo or a G 1 (I) and ben tn
b Theproduct ofs'G c(~ !llld bG~ (I)
c, The sum or a Gt(f') and bG2 (I)

Z = A.B ... A.B can be realized using only

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a. AND gat~s
b. O.R gates
c. NAND gates
d, NOT gntes
Current dram form lhe power s upply 1s
lowest m wbiah one ol' the following
d1.gital JC logc f3mdy''
a TIL
b, EOL
c, MOS
i.l. CMOS
A MOSFET whb poT)' silicon gale IS
preferred 10 a MOSI'IIT 11itl1 aluminum
gate since in tlJc !irst eliSe the
a. Del'!ce becomes more t esistnot to
radutll on
b. Gate can be self-ahi!ned to source and
drain
c. Isolation bet11e~ adjacent de11ces is
beller
d. Gate leakage current os snl;lller
In
semoconductor wafer cleaning,
triChloroethylene is used to remo1e
a Dust p:ll'ticles from the surface
b, Grease from the surface
c. Impurities from 111thin lhe CI)'Stal
cl Moisture Iroon !he surface

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,,

4.76,1/'

c.
d

I0.

16trt,d'
In ~ soolrce-free lmcrerfect ~~~l<!<:tnc.
medium(spec1fied b~ loss UUlgeo ltan Q).
Maxwell's curl equat1oo can be written as:

~ V ><H -<Jil)F:L;'(i -J tan o)


b. v"' H = ;(l)e7f( 1- {tan o)
c. V>< H =-JmeE(I +.f t<tll6)
d. V <H = - jtvr;E(I - ] tano)

II' 1ve hnve a tOIItrl)l ~')stem whcb is


uctuall) unstable of has too IOI\ gain or
phase-margins. thm for n more
sah.s factory performance the system, we
should repon to '"bjcl1 of the Jollowing'l
1 reduce the gain nf the :uuplj lier
2 Incorporate ~Je phase nd1ance circuli
in the s~stem

or

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Use mtegral error c~mpensatioo m tire

.l

S)'StC111
Scl~t til~

correct anS\1 er !Sing tbc codes

l?"'""' by

1,2 a11d 3
I :tud :!
c. I muP
d 2 and 1
For a fixed choo~ uf steady-state wloctty
dclwurrve output
error. the 118e
a_

or

compensation m a proportional second

vis llllllnl to
a I 1olts

order C(li\ITOI !\)'$t.em mcren.'iCS wbtch of


the folJOWIDj11/

b ;h<>hS
c. 3 volts

I Scnln~ttuuu
2. Undraped narurnl frequency
J . Dampin_g ~tn

tl

b. I :md~
I and)

= - ~
l_iC<lS 'fl

t.

I'=

.J_.

d.

r=JI.

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w

o(oJ

11 11

11-B

II l

1111

II

d 1 -~-
TI1e main reawn for ccunectlng a pulse
lrnn,..Connc 3l 11 output stuge n lhyri.'ilor
lnggmng tircuir is 10

or

II

Ampliry tile powc:r OJ' the


1>ulse

ll

Pi4Vitlc <~ectnC~~I I~Intlou


Reduce the no m-oo time of the

111 1

ti1J!GC1111g

Avood spurious triggcnng


l hyn~tor du~ to vo1se

or

!he

Rcsonanr cooverters are basttally used 10


a CilliiCI'nt.:: Iars~ po:uk} vohnscs
b, Reduce lhe switch ins losses
" E11mmnt~ hamu:nuos

figw-,7
,rrndlhrl
:rQ mdnm

,.,./.1 radonu

d. Omdinn

1- ltn'
c. 1+Jt''

thynslt.n

II_,

Whru 1s the fundamemal frequenc) of the


squnrc wuve shown 111 1ho

>(11

a. 1+1!''

d18eM~IIIlle

=r'=

t/4

ln the: rircLUt sho11. th~ millnl voltage on


the <;jpnciHlr v(OI 2 V nnd I is n lmit slep
curr~ut sourc< 1 h~ I'OII uge aCNSS the
capacitor, vfl) for I > 0 is

I( :a rc ~, thi!tt wluch t>J' the f. olfHwiug I~


not correct~
:+:
II. r= - 2 COSqJ
1

II

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(~

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,,

e. 2nnd J

ce

Select the coOTect aMw<r l<SJ.ng 1he codes


jliw11 bclo9"
a. 12 nod 3

.c

16

4 \liltS

om

In lhe figure slul\\11, the IJO:. N coninms


resostors only E=J volt and 0 volt: t = OA
and lAY- 3 '"voi!S nud l vohs; ro~pl'Chvcly
If E = I volt. and I IS replaced by 11 =~.

Cm>Vert il <quare
IVAVU

w.we

1111() n smc

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IS

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~c:r-----~------ ~

o,
R
, -i:::::IH---!>1-------1

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Ill the CirCUit shown . runctf'OIIIlf diode 0,

b. B

~~

c.

a, To avuid lhc ~ntur:ilion of th~


opcrntionnl amplifier
b. To provrde dtc ncgotive feedback when
Ihe mpul is negnnve
c. To r.oducc lhe reverse breakdown
vollnge ofD 1
cl .lnsigniHcnnt and cnn be removed

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Which l$ the correct j1hns(>r-d!agr!lnt'l


a. A

d. D

tl

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!l,

'ii'

lG

ce

c.

r;;;

uL~,, x

.c

'::'Jl' :
L
b

Oll!mal Ll - ~connected J phase


traostormer is obtllmcd b) connccung.
three smgle-phase transformers L II and Ill
as shown above.
If rn!n~lbnner Ill is removed. the system
\\'Quid nm operate in "'011~>-delta mod~.
Under thi~ condition. tf \IOilugo Vt~o is
designed by I' L 60". the volmg~ I:... is
a. I' L 60
b. I'Ll 80"
c. I L 180
d I'L-60
A thr~phru.e 50 Ht. rrun~mf~~ion line hus
a copaciUtnc., o r line to n~mml
s O.OipF'H7tr Th~ voltage of the Hne fs
100 kV. The charglll CllTfllpl per
~lom<tcr Qflmc IS
A

"="

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11

~B
V
... i\ll

1c1 ~

(dl

IV

w
w

(b)

23.

los~lcss

o ~''"

1-:-rn

fi.

two wimHng singl~>ophuse


trunsformer on NOLOAD. the following
four phasor dingr.tms A. B. C and D ttre
con~ider~d. Sutndlird ~mhoIs arc bdng
u~cd In mpl'ilS~nl the Vllltagc. cum.'tlt and
f or n
1

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f\t'

.e

-8 V

xa

r or the ~il'lluit ~hown in the ligur~. which


1)1\C a f I he following WIIVCrOrlll> repreSentS
Ihe correct output

I!
c.

llu~
A

314
7'J
..1 U71t

J l~

Jj.,.tt)'
.fix l01
314

tl km

t/ km

d. .fj, 1o' .~ I km
14.
1=, =- v,

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D. J\ndetl<Oi\ bridge

lnaioMed. The Ztm-stqucne driving 11oint


rc:aclanec ufhu.~ J in p.u.. is
u. IU2
b. O.JO
"" cl.ltJ
d. 0.20
Whkh oF th<dollowing are the advantages
of a h.ard wited eonlrnl 01~ a micro
progranuncd o:ontro11
l. .lt uses lc:os hardware
2. II gCI\orut<:s control ~il!Jto ii~ICl
3 . l t i~ more reliblc.
Select Ute correct arlower usin tl1c ~o!lei
given belo11

I. Measurement of rtsislunce
2- Hrgh Q inductors

om

29.

A.8olrc~Jl i; a plwtovoJL1ic de~ ice


Wluch 11f Ihe SUttt:1.11en~1 giv.:n #bo1 c ore

~ll'C\!17

u. l. 2 und 3

ra

26.

~- Meamemenl of frequency
4 II V cnpacitors
Low (J Inductors
B
A
D
a.
s
3
4
2
b.
4
3
2
c.
4
2
3
d.
3
5
4
2
Coosidcr lb., fo liO\\ ing. talo:ttu~IIIS [n
teped of a solnr cell
I. A obr cell i a large oreo pnjunQtion
2. In a solar cell the r-n JOnction is near
the surfaoc

s.

1 and 2

land 3
2 and 3
1.2nd 3
Which one ol' Ulc ronuwin,!i memmit:$ Is
vollllilc?
u. ROM
b. EPROM
c. SIALic RAM
d. None of lhe Jbovo
~btch Lnt I witl1 Lit U and select thl!

.c

a.
h
.:.
tL

J.i~

nl I.\

ce

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Ffjr d1e power '}'$l'e QI networl. shown. the


zm>-~equence reactance's in ~u. are

:\0.

27

" l Olld 2

xa

~orrecl a i~Yer

w
w

.e

1 isll
A. Wi"n 13rilfg
H. J.-Vollmctcr methQ~I
C. Tn-1 ector meier
D. Wnlt-1\ournlctet
Listll
L Pow.:r
2. .Frequency

31.

b.

4
2

:>

w
.1 .

d.

COl re\:1 aUSW(.tt:.

T, isl J
t\. \Vico bridge

13. Msxwcll bridg"


C. Sclt<'linl!, bridge

tf

t-1

respectively
O.hnd 1.0 ntJir~
b. I.Q nnd O.S rnJ s

D
5
1
l

5
4
3
1
4
MAtch I.INI I wilh Lisl H nnd select the
~.

28.

,.v, , .rl =-1

The bandwidUt for lhis ~y,tcm. under open


loop ~od cloied loop operatiOII'I are

4. Jvb:cimum demand
:5. l;;nergy

13

network used ..- lag


compensator hos compensating pole and
zero ttl p, and Zc ros 1lettively. 'l1~<:~L thoy
must soti;tfy which of the foUowinll
condition$ ,;;lh respect to the S-pl1ne'l
a. Pis 1n J,HS an<l Zc i m RHS
b. 7 is in LHS and Pc f~ m JtHS
c. Bnlh ttre in LHS and 1.r Pc
<L Both are in LHS unct Z? p,
The <>pelt loop transfer f11notion of a unity

. gtvcn
. "'
ft:cdbock system~

3. Plwc

.\

a. 2 and 3
d. I and 3
An electrical

32.

c" l .Oand 2.0 nulls


d. 2,0 .aud 1.0 rud/s
1\mldt Li;U ('l'irnc DotWiin Spceifitulio.n)
with List 11 (E.juotioo for Finding its

V ~In e) and select dle con-ect answa:


Ll~t I
A. Peal: uvershc>ot

B. P~:a~ litnQ
(', Rise timo
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D. Sdting time (2"~)


!,hi II

37.

11 llndlllitrial Drive) and select the correct


an!:Wt."f:

r. I (~J,, Jt- :')

Li>t I

A. Dual c oovc.rtOI'
13. DC chopper

2. 4 1(.;ro, )

C. Cyclo couvertur

0 , lnvelter

r. -[o~'ff/I!J,Jt-;'1]
1\

13
2

Lb1 n
l. Centet~l klh1 drivo
2. lncluctiun henting

:'1.

b.
1
2
1
2
c.
4
2
d.
lbe overage v alue of lhew:n~fonn
ll(l) = 4 cos 41 - 1 sin 51"
-l

33.

a.
b.

0
h. - (2111')

35.

d.

2/ ~r

netwotl ,.

eqU<tl number of poles and zeros til .finite


loctiwtS, then

.e

n. Z(O) -. zt.,,l
b. Z(O ) d(-')

3!>.

w
w

7.(tl) ,. %(oo )

d. Z(ll) >%' (" )

A ~ingle>phsa full-bridge. yohago oun:o


inverter. feeds a pure lnductC.e load 1. and
the imrerte-1 input vollage ts V,. In<"
curNtll lllrouglt L wilh " puriod llf T
second, 1ouJd be a
~. Trian~tullll' wove wid1 po:ak VAlue V,IL

36.

3
2
3

4
4
I

D
3

2
J
2

Conoid~r the folio"

h1J.! s takmcot.s:
Disintt of c(ccl.ronic dc\'ie<!S is done

b. 'I riangn ln.r 1\3\IC with peak value V,t l


1'/~

c. S<juarc wvt ~~oll111<:ok Va lue V,1~ T/2


tl. Pull!ed wAVo with peak value VI'L

2. 'l'o make !be O(l<:rnling poinlstnblc


3. To use lila device n. SWllches rather
thon nmpliliers
Which of the ~tattmenL given liOOI'C iglare
corrcc!?
11, I only
b. 2only
c. llUld 2
d. 1.2 nnd 3
A differential tlmplifiar I. b:~..Jcallyn/.an
nmplilior
b. ,\ C nmplificr
c, Chopper nmplilj<:r
cl, Mixer 11mplifier
The nun1~er flags rd'teeted when a damtranster instru<J ion i~ e'{ccutcd by 8085 i~

. nc

/)r

II;

b.
c. 3
d. 5

1'12

T/2

1. To Whom It M)' Conc<l'n: U.toblisb


the op=tin!l point

tort

c. A = D
J. a = 1
'
lf an RC tmpednce fimction, Z(l, h..

c..

ra

38.

(L 20 / :r
A recipt'OC:ll two
; ymmelrie"l if
t1t- Zu = z;l!
b. .i1 ~ I

rlrivc

ce
~.

xa

34.

Rollin~ mill

4. Electric:tl vehtcle
5. Sugr mills
A
ll
C'

4.

c.

om

,,

~P ( >r.;JJI ; ' )

.c

S of 14
l\lntcb List I (Power conve11ers) with Li~t

-II.

11tc Prog1'lliD Counter in o. aompUlcr is


special purpnse regist"" which cnnl~ins
l11e ini<IJUction being execured
b. The address ot' the mlruction being
eJ;ecuted

"- l11e nt.'(t in~tru~u.o nco l1<0 cxp<lilled


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t-ori~

uddJ'\lS!>
be e.xeruted

a. Seriul to pru:al ld converter, cos W.,l aruJ


9!l' pha.<e lead

Of Ule IIOXI lllStrUCIJOR (O

A .S..h p , 3-ph:jSc, 400 V, 4-polc.. 5() H7

b. Serial to pnrancT comerter, s 111 II!,/


und 900 Jll~ lead
c. Serml to parallel convene<', ~Ill (1).,1

~tnrrel-cage inducuon motor hns a fulllo~d speed of I~~(I r p m, At half full-load

0
llnrte

t111te

Ill)
(d)

''"""

(o)

u
flnl~

.c

ce

111\1\0

finite

nr.to

xa

ta)

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l!ntte

dtld Q(l" pbasc lag


<l llurallelto sennl convener, stn tnJ 1111d
90' phasc Ia~
Correctly scqueucc lbc bloc~~ for un
lnl"!!rulmg digtl41 voltmeter from Ute hsl
gtven below:
I lnli!grntor
2 Reference \Ol t3jle
3 Cnnvcrt~r
~ Controllo.ll)c
Select lhe ton'ecl sequence llUI or the
fr)IJQI\ong
a 1-2+3
b 2-134
c 1-2-J-4
d. 2- 1-4-3
\1.~1cn o time Yrn) ing signal hns to he
di!\ilt7Ald using un ADO. it is necessnt') m
11.$<! before dignizntion alnn
a rime dtvtstoo multiplexer
b Frequency diviston muhiplt!Xer
c Sample and holll Ctrt:llll
d lnstrumenwtlon uruplifier
Cott~ider the roiiO\\ tng SlllllllllentS
I f lush AJ D ~onverter is the fusti!SL
2 Mmimum hardware IS used in
nnplcmemln&1he Flnsh AID comen~r
Wlll~b of tf1~ sluiemcnls ~tVcn above ts arc

ra

the Speed nfthis motor would be


u 148Urp.11L
b 1470rpm.
c 1-lfiQr p. m
ii 1450rpm.
ror a repulstotHyp~ sntgle-phas.!
tnducuon motor lour conJigurauons of tl!c
brush-a~ts tn relauon to the stator-field
axts at an tnstan1 are constdere<l
The hrush-nxis ts
A In hnt! \vilh th~ ~llltllr licld-U.~ts
1:1 In quadrat~ witlt lh~ slalnr fieW,;~."tS
<: Shttled l'orwul'd by ~n angle
11, C) < IJ < '10
0 Shtned bnckwnrd b) ttn tmgl~
61,() < 8 < 90
lndiL-Jte from the following code the
corn~ct vnlue:s 11f dewlored tl'<()lle the
above m11rioncd postll\lns

om

Til~

The output of a dtode det~tor conuuns

w
w

.e

a The nmdulatmg stgfllll


b Til~ DC voltage
.:, The RF np(lle
d AJI of the AOOVC
Whtch one of the followmg doos nm gml
a dtgiUtl otJtput'l
a. Pulse !ttnpliw~e mudulltlion
b. PuiSl! cod~ mctdulnuon
c Difi'ercntJal pulse code modulation
tl Th!h:1 modulnuon

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49

COITCC17

a. I only
IJ l only
c. Both I and1
cl Nettber I uur 2
Copper bns u much low~r rl)Sistlvcly lhan
aluminum StO: hns a dielectric conslruu
of 3,Q and Xerogi.'l has a dielec1nc
consmnl of 2 I In order to r.:ducc rh~
InterconneCt dclny in VLSI dnzwts, what
should 11<: the he>'l oombinarion M ulctal
!llld llcll'Ctrt~ Juyer?
a C(lpper wtth St01

~}-----l

---

In QPSK modulutor shown ubo1 .::.


blocks 1. 2and3 ure. respecuvely

lh~

b 1\llllllllllllll SI 0 ;
c. t\lumtnfum wflh Xerogel
d Copper whh Xcrogel
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3. 11u:re IS RPQnlaneous- I>OI:trizat1on of
the material 11 hen it ts in the
ferruelt-etri.; SI:LIC.
Wl!icb of the s lillemcnl!! given ~lluvc ~re
c:ottc:ct2

th~

following <llltcmenl$
~Umc.:ming the ferromagnetic materials
t. Then: are en;;y ~nd hard mogne1i1,1Lil\n
dii~Lions 011 the f'c:J'J\Imoguoli<!. or)' tal.
2. Eddy um:nt lo.ses tre smn lk.- for
mnterjab having loll' electri.::d
C<Jnduc.tivity va lue~.
~ - All f-errom~gnetic n>11terjal$ can be
used at high fNquenci;;.
Wbieb of tbe s~'t"'n"'tb giwn abol'.: arb

c. 2 and 3

56.

corTecr'/

a, 1,2 nnd 3

n.e

j-;.w(w-j; )w' m)

.e

.:. 1= 1. 3
d. l=..t
Which one ol' th,e l'o llowlng i1< Ue copaci.ty
Q[ swndard telephone .:hanuel Qccupying
the trequooey range Qf JOO to '3~00 Hz Jur
nn octuDI S 'JI.' rotio ol' 1023?
u. .< lOOO bits per second
ll. ~06\Ml bil!t per ~ceond
c. 3471t200 'bits p<neccmd
d. 17SOU bits per second
Consider lite following slalcmenl~ 1elated
to tb<~fttrocllrieliiJIIJlri.'lk
L Fctroulou(.rie olltle occut below a
porl}.,ular temperalur~ wb.icb is
dif'ferent fur e.1th material.
2. In the fermeleclric stat.; dieleclnc
con>tnt is mudt larger than those uf
ordin:tay dic:le~trie mnt.criaiJt.

58.

w
w

54.

57_

xa

d. 9
1-Jow lntg (in tenns 11r "avelc:ngU1) ~h1uld
the hOlt- circuitoo [l).'> fless Unu be so ll!l to
oppell.r us ;m open circuit ot the input
lcnrtioals'/

b. /= ). 2

b.

c. .&

~ r = ..t 4

(:,

../3

b 3

53.

~~

55.

6',=1+-Na
Go.

s. =l-l~: r
Ntt

t: : -

ra

What is the dielectric co11s1nt of the medium'l


" I I

Tll<'Il tlt.J. tlali1e P"rmiuea of lt"-'


subjected IQ a homogeneous electric field

or

E(1.~)~.2C()s( to't- j;

d. I and-'
lf'N = number of atrom,;/m1 a
a = Polaris ability
~ = o~ohllepennilliVity of free space

ce

52

b. 1 nnd 2
c 2 :mc.l ~
tl I nnd 3
E-fleld
u 11nif'onn pbne ""ve
prt'i)Agaling ill diole<llric (lledium l
gi1en by

1.,2 and 3

b. 1 and 2

om

Consider

.c

51

'

d. e,

s,

=I+( :~

Considcr l11c Following Strt,'lllcnU.:


The rools of lhc Qb;u-ade:rutill equation of
a C<ltllrol Ayalem lead 10 .~ instability if
Utcy lie
I. Qn the imaginur)' 411i~ of the s-plone
2. On the negati~c- ruttl ax is M the S-plnrte
3. Itt the n~ht-half oflhe Splune
Wbi~b of the bnv<> lU'e COIT<:el?
A plane wove \Villt 4n in.struuaucou.s
<r<pressian for !he ole<;ttic Jicld

E(:-. 1) "-~ .E;. in((!)l c) I ~ .E., sin ( wt

~ rp

i~

59.

a. Llne'arly polnnzed
b. Circularly pol~riZed
..:. lilliplicaUy polal'izcd
d. floriwntaUy polarized
Addiuon:tl inductance w ~~ lool circuit
of phll5t>- controlled ClOnncction feeding a
separately-excited DC moto,. iJ used 10
a. l.imil lhc po~ible ripple ~(>nt<!tll
b. Avc,1J !he possibilily of disc<mtinuuus
c.onUucLinn
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Which one of rhc li1llowln!;!, is the


minimmn phase lrdllSfer function thnl
corresponds to Bode magnitude plot
sho""' on ligurc'/

pQWer dissipute.d in the Jontl resistur i~


400
<1. _,.,

J
2.1+1

n, - -

ff

b. 2s-'- l
I
"-$-l

32 0

~ w

JT'

ce

b.

-r-

.:. -IOOW

d. 800,.

liS,

A single-phase At vi)IU~g~ contnllcr hu>


mput IIJii\lgc of 30\1 V :md nu1s :rl 511 H:~,
The c:Lntrolkr s wirch r~mains ON fur lour

ra

2
I tI
a. -,r
2
Cons1der Ute LTI system wuh ullpclls.o
response !t(l) =- u(t).u >O, which one
of Jhc lblloll'lng g11'~ ~~~ rc.~ponse 10 the
SI!!OOI .~{1) =~ "u(t) ?

66.

,)'(t)., r e u(r)

w
w

62.

11. (lA

h. lOA
c. uscillulcs l>etwc"n 0 and lt1A
d Oscillnh:s boltween- IOA aud IOA
Consider the followmg srurcnrunL~
In alran~lbrmcr, pq >rnn con: IS ~~>C-d 1(1

d JIJOV
II' both tbe in puiS Ill a balI' udder are I. tbc
sum and CIJIT}' outpul nro. rcspccrivcly

c. 1.(1
1. 1
The numh\!r nf >1\llllrivinl logic 1\urctious
iua1-vanuhlc logic family is
a. ~
d

lj7

b. Ill

""

In the circuit slu"'" m the figure, the


ammcll:r (~hich
gcvcs
dcOccJion
pi'Oporlional 10 the .:um:nl Urrough it)
rending IS

und OFf for live cycles The nns


>'aluc ufourput vollllgc 1\0uld be
a. 133.33 V
b, 1(>6.67 v
c. 101\V

a. 0 ,()
h U,l

.e

d.

xa

a. J'(t) =<'"u(l )
h, J'(r) : J (I)~ ..,
c, J(t) = le ,(r)

C) cles

61.

b. I Wld2
c. 2 und 3
d. 3 0111)
II single.-phnsc dlode-br.dgc rectlroer is
connect~d to a load resistor of SOohm~.
The source voltng.e is v= 200sin ror.
whore w= 2r. A 50 mdlnns per second. n1e

om

f reqooncy

: 2

.c

I~

lncrcusc rhe ~ful nux


2. !!duo~ the lcaknge nux
3 Reduce the us.!ful Oll~
Whrcb of Ut~ above isl:rre corw:l7
a. 2 only

d. lucr"-asc rhc r.sing anJJIU limtr during


inv~rtc.r operation

(!.

68.

d. 16
u

v' --c~
=:r-----,1
R

'r----J'----,

~o !)
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A sinusoidal <>!ciDntor i! boil u".in~ ~n


mnplifier of Teal !~"in .-\. inlinik input
impedance and 1he f""dh,,ck 1/1} network
in the ITgure. lf l

i \'.

lb~n

OD\' value t:llt<:\\1hctc


b. t. conslotLI over o given. baud and has

2 0 i$

equal to
a. 2jX
h. jX

69.

iX

tL 2j'X
only lbbil long instruction in a
rnad1ine code that IL~es immediat<>
addreo.-sing modein 8085 io
a. LXUil.:XX.X
b. LDAXXXX

n..

75.

will l>o
" I .S bil~fm~'S$age
b. 2.8 hitslmo:;;~~gc
c. 3.4 billl!n\c.>~~ge
d. :5.6 bits/message

ttiL'mOry

IJnit

76.

ROM
b, EPROM
c. Sl~l ic RAt\ I
d. l)~,.amlc RAM

b. 10.0 v
Il- l V

'l'wo 3-phaoe lteruator:s """ synchroml.ed


so ~101 ~1eir no load wllllg.:s E1 and E, arc.

r.r

the e xdtntion

or mac:hlno

1 is

increased. ibeo
I. A I()C.'I I cil'l!ulnfing Clln','lll I is sd Up.
2. I, mugnoti7)n!! in n~\111'1: lor machine 2.
3. 1, tenci~ IQ reduceEu.
.J.. 'J11e terminal vol!llgcs J ocs not cthmgc,
Wl>icb uf Lhc Slllh:tncnt. gi1en ohul'e nrc

xa

77.

.e

~<liTOCl'/

c,

equaltpt\w

n. 2 nnd 3
b. 1.2 nnd 4

w
w

"- 1. 3 =d l
d. 1.2<md 3
A slrin{! m~ularor hns S umt~. l'hc voltage
across ~~ bouom-most is 25% or Ihe total
\'Ohll{lc. n 1e ~~~ ing efficiency is
. 25~.
h. 50""
d, ?Su
ln lo~d flow ~tudic. af > power syslom, o

l'nlrage cnnlrol bu i~ specified ~y


a. Real pOWer and reMth e pQWcr
b. Re.1l power and voh~ge moj!nlmlle
1!. Vullnge ami vall age phasf> ongle
d, RCO>etivt fX)Wcr and ollllgc magnicudc

d. 22.2 v
Ct\n!idt'l' lbe

toll011ing ~btemeni.'l
perl.tinins lQ "'min gnugeJ~.:
1. In metal strom gauge. the ba&ie etlect
is a change of resistance with giJ'aio
2. Gauge factor <if noetnl strai11 gauges is
larg~'f ~"'" ibalof cmiconduetol' s trllih
_gaugeS.
3. Gaqgc fnolor ot ~emicnnductnr ~troin
gang~:S v~ries with strain .
4. !\fetal s train gauges are in.sen1ilive lo
ternpll1'>1urc.
Which Of U1c Mtcwtnl' gi~etl ~b(m: is/are
C(lm:ct1

a.

I and2

b. 2 ltnly
c. 'I and 3
<t. 3 and 4

c, 8()".

1'3.

An in'~g_o r&po~ ruetiticr type


electronic .\ C vollmalw- has a OC voltage
or I0 V appliod to it The meter rending
wiU be
. 7.1 v

ra

n.

71.

ce

J. 'LI\oiPXX.\.."\
Whicb or t)le following.
no:ed fJeriudic refreshing?

d. Varies over a give11 hand 1md ha zero


vnluo: cl.s~wber..
In
a totnmunicatie>n ~yslt:m, !he
probabilities of message occu.,...,c,.. nro
113. ~ 8. JIM and 3/H, 'll>c source entropy

c. Ull..D~'-""C\

70

Is ia"o over the givt.'tl ba.nd and


COililanl elsewhere

.c

~.

zerv 1 alue else\vhcr'e


c_,

om

~1\own

14

Bond-] imlled White GaUS!Iion Not<e me~n


lhalthe ~;peclr3 J den$lt)' oftht noise
a. I~ ~onsllml <over o !!,i'lcm llmd tmd hns

78.

UneeJ~ampleofcombinational

circuit is

a. Adder

79.

b. Counter
. Shill regi:~tcr
d. Flip-Hop
A !IU'e<: inputlllu1tiplc,xcr " ill re<1uire
a. A ruinimutu of lwo sel..:tliucs and oue.
()nlpul liuu
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C.

4. Chnrsc
5. Current

2 and 3

d. I Md 3

4
I

5
4
II
4
2
3
Three block$ G, Gt nnd C''l arc cunneeted
in some ft~;;hion .3uch tbnl ove(all IJ.. nsftr
futw.tion~ is G, G, (1' G,G' ) . 111e l)Joc:!;s
1-G,G,
are oonnccled iolhe following manner:
3 . G,. C::: with negative reedbaclr and
comhinatiQn llar;,l)ej w11h G~
h. G,, GJ with nugativc rceclbnck ~nd G..
in porJlltl
c. Gs. ~ iS '"'sc.~de 011d comhinolicm in
pnrollel with G1
d. G~,Clj in casc.1de and combination in
pnrnlle l with 0:
Tite uni1 in1puL~e restlOnse of the system

ce

C:ortidar the f11llowingproce.s steps u.<ed


In photolithography;
L Alignment ond l!xpos.ure
2. Ptcbnke
3. Spinning
-4. Oc-vo)opmonl
5. Oxide ~tcllin8
6. Post-buko

t'

ra

SI

2
3

..
b.

om

l. lnductonoc
2 Cl1Jl"aitnncc
3. R~iSt3nl!C

h. I and 2
tl.

l)amp~r

D. l)i.;placl:tll1>nl
List n

.c

80.

ltJoll4
on Blo:ctrlcal Network) :md select the
correct answer;
l.i~ I
A. tvlai>$

b, One $elect Hne ~nd one ou1put line


c. 'l'brc::e~clecllines and one oulputllne
tl, rwo >elect lmes omd ~IWo OUIJJUI llno:s
lan-implnntnlion t $Uperiqr process 10
cliJ'fusion because .of which or u,e
following rt:asuos?
L It i! lu.[\h lcmperutwc pmc'Ss.
2. ll rosulu. in prooiso> control or depth
ond pro.file.
J , l.1t1Jc.e cbmoge due to high enerl!Y ion
benm. can be annealed.
Seltel U1e ~llfrO.:t nn!\Yet u.~in g U1c ~ode
given bclo\\
1,2 and3

_stepsl~J

.e

I, 5,6,4., 7
h 2.~. 1.4. S, 7. 6
.:. 3.2, IA,6.S, 7
d 2.7. 1 .4~. $,6
Wl1ich of the lb llowln!! propc:rtic:>~ doo:s lhe
SiO, Ioyer exhibit fill' usc in JC
filhrjc lion1
L l t provides proh!ctive ~onductma
Ioyer on thesilioon surl~ce.
2. II pro,ides surfac" p~ssVlllion
3. ll soves a an insulator on the silicon
surfoet>.
-4. 11 provitlo~ suprJort for ll lC
compnnot11s to be l':tbrrClltetlll"c:r it.
Select the COI'TCCI nnswe~ ru;ins tho lde
givtm below:
a. 2 nnd J

ss.

dcscrib<:d by
v(n)- y( n- 1):,\'(11)-X(n - 11

b.

b. 11(n)

d. 0
86.

83.

Tite 3-dB <:ul.olf !requ;mcy of o r.rst order


low pat.> liltor i! (1), 1f tho input signol is
0.5 sin @/. lhe> oulpul will h>*

11hns..

shift of
. -450

IJ.
c.

"and~

c. I and~
d. land 2
Mttt~h List 1 {Element of MecllaniiUll
Sytcm) wltb List ll (/lnalogowl Elomrnt

S(p)

c, I

w
w

82.

~.2.

xa

7. P hoto rcsistlrlppintt
nu:: co.rrccl .sequence: of these process

-9()
4~~

d. I)(}"
87.
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b.
c

(l

Jl+ '

'~

c_

tf. +Fir!
tit

/It''rf! +V

l11~

ce

..,

IDV

t),V )(/i:, o

o,

!J.

tn u

vr

d 'JT .-. f xJo' = o


In HVDC tnmsmlss10n sy>t~m~. filter~ ore
fnstalled on
a AC 51dc onl)
b. DC !ide only
t . Both l'T1 AC nnd DC ~~d~
d Sending end only
The vunnliM of near-wne electnc field of
a l l~rl~inn dipole w1th mdi:1l d1~tnnct R
fJum U1c dipol!! b

\foliage~

88

_ .. 0. v xE' .. u

om

In the llii'Oilll shown m 1be figure.


IS !JlVC!O b)
cW I '

v F .. u;"f'><l~~ o

.c

II of II
An elemic J'ield In 11 oharsed medium 1ith
a timevnr'iing. mngneric field has

b. I R'
r. I R'

d I R'
Asseri ion (A):

ra

94

Th~

r.:ioo of ronvcrgcnce

(ROC') IS trelloed liS th~ set ofZ

(l

1n tb1s t:trouu ~bown, l!urrem through R b

c: 25A
<.1 333A

xa

b 05A

.e

1 im

12 .am u l

w
w

IV

Ihe peak curnmt through the res1stnnce m


the cirouft sho1'n is
a 18mA
h llmA

c 8mA
d 4mi\
The tor= I sequ<nce of the loUo11 lng

dcvtcl$ In tilt: mcr.:tl51111:1 order of tunt-off


11mGS 1)

a. MOSFET, 10131. B.IT, Thyr1S1or


11 ICllrt. MOSF ET, BJT.Jhyrismr
e. Thyrstor.flrr_ MOS1'fl,IOB1
d. MOSFET. BJT. IOBT. Thyrlsror

tile Z-transfonn converges,


.Rettson (.R): ROC calUJOI

li~r

WhiCh

con1~m

any

fJOies ofZ rran.~fonn


a Both A nnd R are indivlduany mre ~nd

R is th<: OOm)CI explanation of A


h Both A ond R are md1V1duall) tn1e bt1l
R ts not the rorrect explannti(ln (lf A
c. A is trUe but R is false
d A is ti!l!lll but R. i~ trUe
Assr rt ion (A): A 1111ve guide d<ICS not
suppon rEM wnw..
.Ren>on (.R): For TEM IIDVC to e~lst on a
t rnnsmssion line.. an OJ< Jill cooducuon
currt'DI IflUSl be ~upportcd
n. lloth A and R nrc 1nd1viuunll}' truo ond
R 1S the C<1rreet e~plrutatiotl ofA
b. J3Qth A tLDtl Rare mdJv1dullll)' true. but
R Jb not the torr~ct cxnlanntf9n Qf A
c.. A Is true but R 1s litlse
d A IS fQise OUI R. IS true
A~eri ion

(A ):

In

Uti

inrriostc

sctrucoodUI:tor, t'llntribuuon Ill elect neal


conductivity by the t lectrons and U.e ha tes
Is the same.
Rl!ltw n

(R):

In

an

l ntrillSlc

senuconductor, the number of electrons 111


the conduction band IS equal to th~ nunl.ber
of holes m the valence band
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as a consrant'"'CIIrront source by maldng uso


of its droop tog pan oft:he characte!'stic
R~tSon (R): l'nr SJ'KlOiul applications u
series DC gener:rtor is dcsii)J1ed 10 have a
low value of armature reaction which
produces tl1tl Jroop[ng part of Its oxtc'mlll

ra

'18.

or

ce

'11

Ill I

11 ol 1-1
b. Dotlt A and Rare tudividually ttue but
R l$ n()t the conuct c~plnnatiun ()fA
c. 1\ IS tnte but R IS false
d. A l$ ll!lse but R is true
Assertion tAJ: Cotona c:wses interfer<.'n cc
wt th ne.i~hh!)ring communitntion circuits,
Reoson (R): Owing 10 distonion ot wave
form, predominatt~y tl1ird hsnnonics are
fnh'Otlucdl inti' tho ll'ntl~mis.~ion lim>
a. Both A nnd R are mdi,idnolly tntc and
R is tbe com:ct explanation of A
b. Doth A. and R lire UJdividually true. but
R IS not lhofCorroct explanation A
c. 1\ 1s true but R is fulse
d_ A i~ false but R is true
As~rtion (A): A scri~s-gonerator is usc'<l

.c

Doth A and R are indiVtd<tally true and


R is the ~on'Ccl CX.Jllflmllion of A
b. Oot:h A one! R are individually tn1e bur
R is not the co1rect explanatiou ol'A
c;. A is true buLR is lrusc
d t\ .is false but R is true
Assertion (A): H Is rela tively easier for
polar water molecules to reorient
thcmscJves m the Iiquitl st:nc compared ttl
the solid sinte.
Reason (R): In the solid state, moleeules
are fi1J7-cn ~tHI are nt>t mvbile at all
~. Both i\ ~nd Rare ntdi"idun lly true anti
R i.s tbe correct explanation of A
b. B<ltb A and R lli"tl-on(Uvidually true hut
R is not the coOTCct explanation <Jf i\
c. A is tn1e b1tt R is f.1lse
d_ A ls false !Jut Ris true
Assertion (A): M any progratlliJJes prolllr
:JSsembly level programmin~; tu machine
language programn(mg.
Reason (R): It ls possible to efficieu~~
lltilizc the hardwar.: of tho comptttcr in
machine language programmins,
o. Botlt A nod R nre iudi vtdually lfue and
k IS thu t<)ITCCI expltm)ltlC)n nf A
b. Both A and Rare indi,~dually 1111e but
R is noc the cot-rect explanau-on ofA
~. A is true but R .is lhlse
il A ts false but R ts true
A~sertinn (i\): The diffi.Tcnt components
of .a composim video signal ~re needed
consecutively and not suuultaueously i.u
Tv n..'Cdven;.
Reason (R): l11e differenr componems of
a coJnpUsite~ vidt:() sign;U -aru S\!111 10 Lh~
receiver on a fiequency division basis.
a. Both A and Rare indivtd1wlly tn1e and
R is the conect explm1ation of A
B.

ch:lfaotcrislic.

IU3.

w
w

.e

xa

n. Both A and R n're mdividnally true and

c. A is 1rue but R is lalse


J.. A is false bul R is true
Assertion (A): In a spcctnnn analy~~r. th>
local oscillator may he automnncally
S\Vept aud Ute spectra indi ~ated on a CRT
lor a hislt-lh.oquoney instrullll!n~
Reason (R): Spectnun analy1..er coutains
intennediate liequency (TF) amplitier.
a, Both A and R ru-e tndlvidually true and
R is the corrccr c>;planntion of A

w
100.

Bttth 1\ :md Rare incJi,~dutilly true hut


R is not Ihe co.rrect explanation oft\

R is U1e correct explanfllion of.A


b. Both A :md Rare 1udi vidunlly tr"e i)ut
R ts I tOt tile COJTCCI explttnatiOtl or i\
c. A is ll'lte but R: iS'Illlse
d. A is false but R is true
The power ungle c.lmractCriSllC' o r
machme~1n finite bus system lS
f' = 2 St11 op11
It i~ op(Jrating nt 6 ~ Jo _ Which on~ of
the fullowiog is the synchrooizing power
coeJici~-nt at ~Jc operating poi1U?
a. I,()
IL ../3
c. 2_0

d 1/ -/3
IU4.

To ~prO<lucc Fiequcncy modulation through


phase modularioo. the modulatutl! s\p.nnJ
. (1) L~ pJISSed UJrouglt block I and 2 a('
shown lu tigure.

Tl1es.e two blocks are. t'especti.vely


a. Phase modulatur anti diO'crcutiittor
b Plmsc modulator :md lnregraJor
c. Integrator and pl!ase modulator
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b. :
109.

ports
b. Timing. and w ntrol block. ALU and
rcgasl.en~

l>~"eli:rAbly

be qqu l to

'I"

110,

d. ALU. rc~:~i>lcrs on1lpurt~


Mnchino mtnlct.irm arc l>ritiL'n W!in~
wllld1of the lb Uomng1
a, !Jics 0 >nd 1 only
b. Diaits 0 to 9 only
c. Qigits II c.o 9 and the capital alpbabel'
A to Z pnl)'
d. Dtgils 0 to 9. U1ec.-.pill>l 01lphabots A to
Z oud ccrl.l in s pooial cbnrnc.l~'f!l
Possiblr. faults Utat may clccUt' 011

I U.

ra

L Ti
2. Elg)lt
3. Si:t
-t Pour
5. rwo
Wlu~h ofthe above nrc correct'!
"- l1111d 3
h. 3 nnd '
.:. 2 aml:1
d. 1. 2 nnd 4
Whidt methods can be used fot Ute
moasur mcut of three pltruw
for :m
unbalnoced loDd2
I. 'lltree voftmol'e "'
2. 'two voltmeters and one anm1eter
:.. Two 'V~Llmeter'
4. 01ll: wrcUmet.:t
S<lle>:t the t<>~t answer u..<ting lh"' code~
given bclull ;
n. 1 onl y
b. 3 unly
c.. 1 31!d 3
d, Any ouo of 1,1 :l or 4
The t~>sitnae <~i o cituuit i8 found b)
mcasurinil the currenl Oowing and the
power fed into the circuit. The limiting
error of po1v.:r and current mtosun:mcn~

c. riming on<i control blocK. ALIJ and


memory

.c

106

motor lJl N. i':tDd dr~\\ I"C(tctlvc power


&om the grid
A variable-reluci.Qnoc stc:ppin~-molllr ha~
eight concentric coil> on tiS eight-l'Oie
,tall>r. Number of teeth
the rmor should

4.5~

e, .::: :2(o
d. - 0.(143"
The Central Procasing !)nit of computer
includes whitb o( Ule fullowiug?
a. Timlug and coutrol block. m.:ruol)' und

ce

C::onlinue rwm.ing as ;:~ _.yru!hronous


motor at N. nnd deliver ~activo: power
Ia thegi1l
J_ Cnntinuo nmning D$ syoch">O<)US

a. ,. 0.4S"u

om

lOS

1L Diflbrcntiator and phnsc modul!ltor


A ~-pha~., eylindricn1-rofor allem~t<ll' is
dclivc:ring rated pi)Wr to a grid 31 its ,.,.l.ed
jll)\VCr lllc1111- On oCcQunt C1f g()mtr I)Juh,
, team upply '" tin: tul'binc nf the
~lterna~or Is l:ltt-of[ 111e ~llemntor \\ 1)1114
n. :;lop
h. Cotttinue running a.< an ~lu:rnator nt
synchronous SJieed N, aud deli,.:r
active powt!r lo the grid

w
w
w
lOS

are found to be ~ 24'b lUld :

1 .2-5%~

respectively,
Which one of lht: follnwing i' lh~ limit ina
error in ~te rneuwremlltll orrcsistonec1

L :<-ph ~~:<e f:mlt


2. l.r C-G fnuh
3. !;L fult
4. L-Gfault
The decreltsing ordGr of severity of the
fuults from Utest~blULy point of-view is:

" 1-2-3-4
b. 14-J-2
1!.
13-2--1
d. 13--1-2

I"'"'"'

.e

107,

xa

trrmsm.iMsion line nre

11.2.

Co!lllidcr tlte lo llowiusstal:emt'tll'


Tite 1\Jnetion M n ~~ndens~ irt xteant
power pl~nt i~ to
I Condemet.he large volume of ~team lo
wat01 to be used as boiler feed W3l.:t .
2. Receiv~ lnree volume of steam
cxlmusted fro;;, tbc stuam turbine.
3. Mnintam prussurc below atmosphere
so that maximum heat energy "'"" he
extrn~ted from s te3m,
Which
the sta tt:mct1t gi\'cn a('"' e oc-.:

,,r

c.o n-ee~?

I and 2
b. 2md 3

n,

c. 1 ood 3
d, l , 2 and 3
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113.

M:ttch List 1 " lth Li;t U and select lh~


C(>rrect answer
List L(Power Plunt)
A. Nucl;:.u
B, Diccl

Which combination is voilable on-chip on


a mi<UOc:ontroller7
a. land 2
b. l 3 1)d 3
c. 1and 3

C. Gru; turbino

0. Hydro
l'.ist II (A pplk:ll inn )
I. Base lod

d. 1,2 ond 3

I
It

l, Tempert11re of diff11~ion

3
2

4
I

'
~
I
2
l
2
-1
3
Match List l with List Jl and select tho:
oorlect uswcr.
Lii l (Protll<:linn Schcmt)
A. Difli:renl in I protection
!;.

2. l)ifi\VJion lime
~- Conccnlrarlon of the source
Select lhe eom:ct answer using the oode!f
given bGiow:
a, 2and 3
b. I and~

.c

'b.

ce

(L

I 14

c.

d. I nnd "

liS.

.~

...

A
I

ra

('

B
-1

2
:>

using lhe cod<)<

c. 2 lltld 3

116

d. L2nnd :l
l'he devices given helo" are used I>)
microlmc.,.sors ond oricrt)c(lntl'l) lf<:r;s

llo11s.

u. 1.2 and 3
b. 1.2oud ~
c. l, 3 and+

.e

~n8\ver

,-\

c<Jrrtc!'l

d. 2.3 and 4
119.

\Vhcn one of ll1-e-- suitable

lrt~nsducer form

C()lltinuously n!Onjtol,ng the vwtion in


lhickn~ t>f papo:r?

u, Strain guuge
b. LVDT
c. Dinph>rm

3. Direct Momory Ace

Select tho- corr~ct


given below
" I nod 2
b. l and 3

ICI-hlt synchronous counter requiros


16 nlp-.llops.
4. A 16-bit ring. counlur ruquires 16 llip-

;>,

\Vlrich of 1he 6~1tcments @,iv<m 3bove are

s 2
1
c.
1
2
3
s
s
d.
2
I
4
Which <If the ti-lllowins. methodi uould be
<L>t:tl l'or 110 Op<:rntion i11 an 8085
m i<"'OPIV0<-1!S0r?
L Hnnd Sluklng
2. lntctrUpting

w
w

115.

c herloadlns

*nir>-

llops.

xa

s.

C'nn~ider lh~ lnllnwing sl31cmepL~c

floP".
2. \. [6-bil ripple i!I)Ulll<:t l'e (jUU'1:11

C. l:.artb fault protection


D. Thermal pmtoction
Lislll Cfypo of Fu lt)
I. Ph~ 10 p)JO.e. and pi1.1Se 111gwunu

-t inter-rum

I only

.l. A 16-bil s hifi regiter requit-es 10 flip-

l:l. Buchho lr. protection

2. Pllll>c lo ground
3 . S hort circuit

Pho~-phoru~ i~ being dill1Led inrn Silicon


from ran inllnitc ~ource-. Which of tl>o
fullowin& ht<L<I b~ in~ren~td in ordt:T to
incre.1.1c the utfncc eon.ceurration?

om

117.

2. Stand-hy
3. Ua.5c load o peak IIJad
-1 . Pe:~k food
A

11 "' 14

3. PORTS

d.

12\1

C~paci1~ncc lmnsducer

\Vhioh one of die rouowi11!! j!t thefrequency


band
fur
sakUite
COnitilunjcalio n?
u, 3 to JO kHz

h. 3 Ill 30 1\ffiz
c. ~ to .~0 GHz

d. l o-' to

1(1'

Gitl

L RAl\t

l. EPROM
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