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APTITUDE
vHkh gky gh esa vk;ksftr ISSF “kwfVax fo”o di esa yxkrkj rhu esMy
Who became the first Indian to win three medals in 1.
successive ISSF shooting world cup held recently?
thrus okyk igyk Hkkjrh; f[kykM+h dkSu cuk\
(1) Abhinav Bindra
(2) Gagan Narang
(1) vfHkuo fcUæk
(2) xxu ukjax
(3) Jitu Rai
(4) Vijay Kumar
(3) ftrw jkW;
(4) fot; dqekj
Recently, the plan to build the world most powerful and
largest telescope ‘ATLAST’ to analyse the environment
of other planets and to track the existence of aliens life,
was unveiled. This is planned by:
(1) FKA & RKA
(3) ISRO

3.

4.

6.

o’kZ
(1)
(3)

efgyk,a tks fgalk dh f”kdkj gSa] muds fy, Hkkjr dk igyk ^ou LVkWi
ØkbZfll lsUVj* ftldk uke ^xkSjoh* gS] dks vHkh gky gh esa --------}kjk --------- esa “kqHkkjEHk fd;k x;k%
(1) fQYe vfHkusrk vkfej [kku] Hkksiky
(2) fQYe vfHkusrk “kkg:[k [kku] eqEcbZ
(3) fQYe vfHkusrk vferkHk cPpu] bykgkckn
(4) fQYe vfHkus=h gsek ekfyuh] vkxjk

6.

fo”o dk igyk fo|qr gokbZ tgkt ftldk uke ^E-Fan* gS] dh igyh
mM+ku vHkh gky gh esa lQyrk iwoZd dgk¡ lapkfyr gqbZ%
(1) ;w-,l-,(2) ;w-ds(3) teZuh
(4) Ýk¡l

7.

fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu&lk ikS/kk ck;ksMht+y ;k ck;ks b±/ku iSnk djrk gS%
(1) ghoh;k czSUlhfyUlhl
(2) tSVªksQk dSjdsl
(3) twuhisjl otÊfu;kuk
(4) ikFksZfu;e vtsZukVe

8.

^n vkWX;wZesaVsfVo bafM;u* iqLrd fdlds }kjk fy[kh xbZ gS\
(1) veR;Z lsu
(2) psru Hkxr
(3) foØe lsB
(4) v#a/kfr jkW;

(2) Jatropha Curcas
(4) Parthenium orgenatum

‘The Argumentative Indian’ is a book written by
(1) Amartya Sen
(3) Vikram Seth

ds fy, fo”o [kk| iqjLdkj fdlus thrk\
MkW- lat;k jktkjke
(2) MkW- vfnrh eq[ktÊ
MkW- pSfjVh dohjk eqVsxh (4) MkW- ukjeSu oksjykWx

2014

5.

(2) U.K.
(4) France

Which one of the following plants yield bio diesel or bio
fuels?
(1) Hevea brasiliensis
(3) Juniperus Verginiana

8.

4.

Film Actor Amir Khan, Bhopal
Film Actor Shahrukh Khan, Mumbai
Film Actor Amitabh Bachhan, Allhabad
Film Actress Hema Malini, Agra

(1) U.S.A.
(3) Germany
7.

vHkh gky gh esa fdlus nqcbZ esa vk;ksftr FIDE fo”o jSfiM “krjat
pSfEi;uf”ki dh mikf/k thrh\
(1) QSch;kuh d:vkuk
(2) fo”oukFku vkuUn
(3) eSXul dkyZlu
(4) Oyknehj Økefud

(2) Dr. Aditi Mukherji
(4) Dr. Norman Borlaug

The world first electric plane named E-Fan first flight
was carried successfully recently in:

(2) ESA
(4) NASA

3.

(2) Vishwanathan Anand
(4) Vladimir Kramnik

India’s first ‘one stop crisis centre’ for women who are
victims of violence named ‘Gauravi’ was launched
recently by ......... in ........?
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

vHkh gky gh esa fo”o dk lokZf/kd “kfä”kkyh ,oa lcls cM+k VsyhLdksi
^ATLAST* ds fuekZ.k djus dh ;kstuk] ftlds }kjk nwljs xzgksa ds
okrkoj.k ,oa nwljs xzgksa ds çk.kh dh thou dh fo|ekurk [kkstus ,oa
fo”ys’k.k djuk gS] dk vukoj.k fd;k x;kA ;g fdldh ;kstuk gS%
(1) FKA & RKA
(3) ISRO

Who won the world food prize for the year 2014?
(1) Dr. Sanjaya Rajaram
(3) Dr. Charity Kawira Mutegi

5.

(2) ESA
(4) NASA

Who bagged the FIDE World Rapid Chess Championship
title recently held in Dubai?
(1) Fabiani Caruana
(3) Magnus Carlsen

2.

(2) Chetan Bhagat
(4) Arundhati Roy

9.

Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve is located in which
Indian state?
(1) Arunachal Pradesh
(2) Assam
(3) Manipur
(4) Uttarakhand

9.

uUnk nsoh tho&eaMy fjtoZ Hkkjr ds fdl jkT; esa fLFkr gS%
(1) v:.kkpy çns”k
(2) vle
(3) ef.kiqj
(4) mÙkjk[k.M

10.

Who has recently won 2014 Pultizer prize in the poetry
category:
(1) Gobind Beharilal
(2) Jhumpa Lahiri
(3) Vijay Seshadri
(4) Siddharath Mukherjee

10.

vHkh gky gh esa dfork Js.kh esa
(1) xksfcUn fcgkjhyky
(2) >qEik ygjh
(3) fot; “ks’kkfæ
(4) fl)kFkZ eq[ktÊ

11.

Clean water would have BOD value of less than:

11.

LoPN ty esa

(1) 5 ppm
(3) 25 ppm

(2) 19 ppm
(4) 50 ppm

BOD

(1) 5 ppm
(3) 25 ppm

[A–1]

2014

iqfyRt+j iqjLdkj fdlus thrk%

eku fdlls de gksxk%
(2) 19 ppm
(4) 50 ppm
[L e g a l A s s t t . ]

oa ftudh la[.k esa lkaln gSa .qZä esa dksbZ Hkh lgh ugha gS 14.q gqbZ Fkh% (1) .knk la[.12.axh (1) Hkkjr ds jk’Vªifr (2) Hkkjr ds ç/kkuea=h (3) yksdlHkk ds v/.k dk de ls de 1/5 gS (4) mi.yfQuLVksu (4) fdpsuj 18.k Nka.k dk de ls de 1/10 gS (3) foi{kh ny ftlesa lcls T. dksbZ rkjk i`Foh ls nwj tk jgk gS i`Foh ij cSBk fujh{kd rkjs ls çkIr çdk'k ds lEca/k esa D. fjt+oZ cSad udn lafpr vuqikr dks de djrk gS rks fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlds ?kfVr gksus dh laHkkouk gS% (1) dqy cpr esa o`f) (2) ctV ?kkVs esa c<+ksÙkjh (3) dqy ekSfæd vkiwfrZ esa c<+ksÙkjh (4) ØsfMV dkMZ ds ç. fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu eaq”kh çsepUn }kjk jfpr ugha gS% (1) jaxHkwfe (2) çse iphlh (3) fo’kdU.ksx esa c<+ksÙkjh 15.k (4) dk.k esa lkaln gSa (2) foi{kh ny ftlesa lcls T. The President of India The Prime minister of India The Speaker of the Lok Sabha The Finance Minister of India One star is going away from the Earth.k lnu ds dqy la[. Then the area of the shaded portion is: π 2 π 4– 2 π –2 2 (1) 2 – (2) (3) (4) None of these [A–2] π 2 π 4– 2 (1) 2 – (2) (3) (4) 2 lseh.w ykbd bV (2) gSeysV (3) n epSZUV vkWQ osful (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha 13.oa mls dSfcusV ea=h dk ntkZ .{k (4) Hkkjr ds foÙk&ea=h 16.k esa lklan gSa .Z esa dksbZ ifjorZu ugha (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha 17.k e`R.knk la[. Identify the Shakespearean play in which we have a death by poisoning: (1) As You Like It (3) The Merchant of Venice 13. ] .k lnu ds dqy la[.j ds ml ukVd dks igpkusa ftlesa tgj ds nsus ds dkj. The Reports of the comptroller and auditor General of India relating to the accounts of the Union shall be submitted to: (1) (2) (3) (4) 16.d Li”kZ js[kk ‘A B’ gSaA o`Ùk dh f=T.kdYi 19.Z esa o`f) (3) rjax nS/. . Which one is not written by Munshi Prem Chand: (1) Rangbhoomi (3) Vishkanya 19.a=d vkSj egkys[kk ijh{kd dh fjiksVsZ fuEu dks çLrqr dh tk. The radius of the circle is 2 cm. “ksDlih.fn Hkkjrh. Which one of the following is most likely to occur if the Reserve bank of India lowers the Cash Reserve Ratio? (1) (2) (3) (4) 15. An Increase in aggregate savings A rise in Budget Deficit A rise in aggregate money supply A rise in the use of credit cards Decrease in wave length Increase in wave length No change in wave length None of these Who among the British Generals defeated Peshwa Baji Rao II: (1) Autram (3) Elphinstone 18. (2) Malcom (4) Kitchner (2) Prem Pachisi (4) Kayakalp A B is a tangent to the circle.Z esa deh (2) rjax nS/.saxh\ (1) foi{kh ny ftlesa lcls T. o`Ùk ij .oa ftudh la[.gSA rks π –2 2 buesa ls dksbZ ugha [L e g a l A s s t t . fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdls foi{k dk usrk pquk tk.a çnku dh tk.k Fkk% (1) vkSVªe (2) eSyde (3) . dks ijkLr fd. la?k ds ys[kkvksa ds lEcU/k esa Hkkjr ds fu. Then the observer on the Earth will experience: (1) (2) (3) (4) 17.k vuqHko djsxk% (1) rjax nS/.oa lqfo/kk.st . fdl fczfV”k tujy us is”kok ckthjko f}rh. 12.kfdr Hkkx dk {ks=Qy gksxk% (2) Hamlet (4) None of these Who will have its leader elected as leader of opposition and given the status & facilities to the rank of cabinet ministers? (1) The opposition party with the largest number of MPs (2) The opposition party with the largest number of MPs and whose number is at least 1/10 of the total house (3) The opposition party with the largest number of MPs and whose number is at least 1/5 of the total house (4) None of the above is correct 14.xk .knk la[.

gS rks bldk {ks=Qy gksxk% (1) 2 rks .s yM+ds vkSj vkrs . The heights are in the ratio of 1 : 2.q 14.% (1) iwoZ (2) nf{k. (2) 14.ru leku gSA muds Å¡pkbZ dk vuqikr muds f=T.fn 49 dk aok¡ fgLlk 7 gS] 63 dk bok¡ fgLlk fgLlk 16 gS rks fuEu esa ls dkSu lk lR. “INDIA IS A GREAT NATION” =% 25. (1) abc = (4) None of these 25. P stands still while Q goes north for 4 Km. 21.d d{kk esa vkSlr vk. esa [kM+k gSA ck¡.h ds ck¡. (2) 29 (4) None of these AZBZ_ABA_A_B_BA 9 ik¡p O. then “INDIA IS A GREAT NATION” =: 1:2 (2) 1 : 2 (4) 2 : 1 .oa .fn prZqHkqt dh . Counting from the left the author is at which place: (1) 1 (3) 3rd 23.k (4) nf{k.h gSA fo|kFkhZ ds nkfgus .MoksdsV [kM+k gSA O. ys[kd fdl LFkku ij gS% (1) çFke (2) f}rh.olk.ksa esa .q D. 1 7 1 (3) abc = 49 22.fä.olk.20. An advocate is standing to the right of the student. 112 ‘Q’ ds iwoZ esa ‘P’ 4 fd-eh. ls fxurs gq.dh nwjh ij [kM+k gSA ‘P’ ogha [kM+k gS tcfd ‘Q’ 4 fd-eh. If the length of its hypotenuse is 10 cm.kZ dh yEckbZ 10 lseh. and joins them? buesa ls dksbZ ugha AZBZ_ABA_A_B_BA (1) A Z B Z (3) B Z Z Z One acute angle of a right angled triangle is double the other. (4) prqFkZ East South East South South West (1) 32 (3) 28 gS rks 22.d O.fn blds fod.25 o’kZ (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha 30 [L e g a l A s s t t . and NEVER=8.wudks.2 years.5 o’kZ (2) 14.25 years 26. (3) r`rh.oa 8 lseh.q 15.oa “kkfey gksrs gSa ftudh vkSlr vk. An author is to the left of the businessman. (2) 20 (4) 25 27.oa NEVER=8.MoksdsV ds e/.68 o’kZ (3) 16.d drkj esa [kM+s gSaA nks O.k if”pe DIRECTIONS: Complete the following series.2 o’kZ gksrh gS% (1) 15.mÙkj dh vksj pyrk gSA ‘P’ dks ns[kus ds fy. ARE=4. (1) A Z B Z (3) B Z Z Z gS rFkk 23.5 o’kZ gSA vkSlr vk. .fn (1) 32 (3) 28 If one side and one diagonal of a rhombus are 5 cm and 8 2 cm respectively. ARE=4.d Hkqtk .5 years (3) 16.oa .k nwljs dk nqxquk gSA . (1) 22 (3) 24 (2) abc = a3 .d çksQslj rFkk nwljk .d ys[kd gSA fo|kFkhZ çksQslj . then the ratio of the radii will be: (1) 2 : 1 (3) 1 : 2 21.fä .68 years (4) None of these [A–3] (2) 29 (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha (2) B Z A Z (4) Z A Z Z 5 . What will be the average age if 10 new boys come whose average is 15. .d ledks. st 24.kZ Øe”k% mldk {ks=Qy ¼lseh-2 esa½ gS% (1) 22 (3) 24 The average age of the boys in a class of 30 boys is 14. The student is standing between the professor and the advocate.fä . 2 75 cm 2 2 25 3 cm 2 2 (2) 25 cm (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha yM+dks dh .k gksxk . ] . Two cylinders have the same volume. gS% 1 7 1 (3) abc = 49 (2) abc = a3 P is standing to the east of Q at a distance of 4 Km.kvksa dk vuqikr gksxk% (1) 2 : 1 (3) 1 : 2 Five persons are standing in a queue. (1) (3) 28. 27.fn 10 u.5 years.d fod. (2) 25 cm (3) (4) None of these 28.d vfUre Nksj ij . then its area (in cm ) is: dk cok¡ 24. funsZ”k% fuEufyf[kr J`a[kyk dks iwjk djsaA 26.gS] rks (2) 20 (4) 25 . (2) 1 : 2 (4) 2 : 1 If the ath part of 49 is 7 and bth part of 63 is 9 and cth part of 112 is 16. ‘Q’ dks fdl fn”kk dh vksj ns[kuk pkfg. Then which of the following is true: (1) abc = 20. One of the two persons at the extreme end is a professor and the other is a businessman.k iwoZ (3) nf{k.d . 2 75 cm 2 2 25 3 cm 2 (2) B Z A Z (4) Z A Z Z (1) 15. (2) 2nd (4) 4th If AM=3. In which direction must Q now look to see P: (1) (2) (3) (4) nks flysUMjksa dk vk.k f=Hkqt dk U.d O. then its area is: (4) AM=3.

Kamal Brijesh Vinod Data inadequate [A–4] esa gksxk rks dkSu&lh la[. (1) 2 cm (3) 4 cm 32.d LFkku ij dqN yM+fd. C. (1) (2) (3) (4) 33.gS] dks xykdj .Z dks iwjk djus esa fdruk fnu ysxsa\ (1) 11 fnu (2) 17 fnu (3) 12 fnu (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha 31. 2300 2204 2208 2254 36. How is ‘CONVERSION’ written in that code language? (1) (2) (3) (4) 30.k¡ .fä .kl gksxk% (1) 2 lseh(2) 3 lseh(3) 4 lseh(4) 6 lseh- 32. B. Feroz is heavier than only Jai.d fuf”pr dksM ^PROPORTION* dks ^PORPRONOIT* fy[kk tkrk gS rks mlh dksM Hkk’kk esa ^CONVERSION* dks dSls fy[ksaxs\ (1) (2) (3) (4) VNOCERONIS VNCORENOIS VNOCRENOIS VNOCREIONS Three men or eight boys can do a piece of work in 17 days.Z dks 17 fnu esa dj ldrs gSaA nks O.oa 6 HkSlsa (3) 7 yM+fd. The diameter of each sphere is: .oa fouksn ls Hkkjh gS ysfdu dey ls Hkkjh ugha gSA muesa rhljk lcls Hkkjh dkSu gS\ (1) dey (2) fczts”k (3) fouksn (4) vi.fä .sd xksys dk O.oa 9 HkSlsa 33.fn fljksa dh dqy la[.k¡ bl çdkj nh xbZ gSaA (2) 3 cm (4) 6 cm There are some girls and buffalos at a place.k gksxk\ 5 (1) (2) (3) (4) Among five friends–Brijesh. C. Brijesh is heavier than Feroj and Vinod but not as heavy as Kamal. (2) 0 (4) None of these 35.oa 7 HkSlsa (2) 9 yM+fd.k¡ . Simplify: 2 ×2 65 70 – 2 ×2 (1) 1 (3) –1 35. tkrs gSaA çR.kuQy D.d Bksl /kkfRod flys. Kamal and Vinod each having a different weight.k vkB yM+ds fdlh dk.k¡ .oa HkSlas gSAa . B. Jai. 31.oa xq.oa D dk 2300 2204 2208 2254 ik¡p fe=ksa esa ls & fczts”k] fQjkst] t. 38 34. then how many girls and how many buffalos are there? 8 girls and 7 buffalos 9 girls and 6 buffalos 7 girls and 8 buffalos 6 girls and 9 buffalos Given two positions of the dice as being.d lkFk mlh dk. D .k¡ ..oa fdruh HkSla sa gS\a (1) 8 yM+fd. ls Hkkjh gSA fczts”k fQjkst . 97 VNOCERONIS VNCORENOIS VNOCRENOIS VNOCREIONS 30.sd dk Hkkj fHké gSA fQjkst dsoy t.oa 8 HkSlsa (4) 6 yM+fd. If total number of heads is 15 and total number of legs is 46.d gh vkdkj ds 12 Bksl xksys cuk.oa N% yM+ds . How many days will two men and six boys together take to finish the same work? (1) (2) (3) (4) 29. . Who is the third heaviest among them? (1) (2) (3) (4) ljy djsa% (1) 1 (3) –1 The average of 5 consecutive numbers A.] dey . 2 ry (1) 5 (3) 1 tc When 2 is at the bottom which number is at the top: (1) 5 (2) 4 (3) 1 (4) 6 34. ] .k “kh’kZ ij gksxh% (2) 4 (4) 6 2 ×2 65 70 – 2 ×2 97 38 (2) 0 (4) buesa Øfed la[.oa fouksn esa çR.k 15 . 11 days 17 days 12 days None of these Twelve solid spheres of the same size are made by melting a solid metallic cylinder of base diameter 2 cm and height 16 cm. rhu O.kvksa A. What is the product of A and D? (1) (2) (3) (4) 36.k¡ . .k¡ .Mj] ftldk vk/kkj O.29. ikals dh nks fLFkfr. E ls dksbZ ugha dk vkSlr 48 gSA A .oa Å¡pkbZ 16 lseh.oa iSjksa dh dqy la[.kZIr vk¡dM+s [L e g a l A s s t t .kl 2 lseh. In a certain code language ‘PROPORTION’ is written as ‘PORPRONOIT’. Feroz. D and E is 48.k 46 gks rks fdruh yM+fd.

Lo.k gS\ (1) Apple (2) And (3) Good (4) buesa ls You have come across a case wherein your retired colleague is unable to submit his life certificate and claim pension to meet his treatment expenses.ZØe ds fcuk i/kkj x. __ . vkids lkeus .kfof/k.a dqN iSls dh lgk. (4) Avoid some procedural steps since you understand the necessity of the colleague 42. 7. rRdky ugha vk ldrsA (1) Go strictly as per the procedures (2) Take initiative to help him and ask for arranging for alternative documents (3) Assist colleague with some money on your own but do not compromise on procedures.rk djasaxs ysfdu fØ.ksa rFkk chekj ekrk ls feyus dh laHkkouk gSA vkidks bl nkSjs ds fy.d lsokfuo`Rr lgdehZ viuk thou izek. 39.kfof/k. tk.qä fd.Z gS ^banana is sweet* ii. 49. How is ‘LIFE’ written in that code? (1) @ + ÷ √ (3) × & % $ (1) (2) (3) (4) 41. dk lans”k izkIr gksrk gS fd daiuh ds izca/k funs”kd dks .kj djus dh O. 7. hence can not come (3) You will explain the situation to your brother’s family and get your ticket cancelled and shall go to the office. 36. Apple And Good None of these You along with your brother’s family have planned for a vacation tour to a place where you are likely to meet your family members and your ailing mother.k gS] vkidh t:jr gS% (1) vki vius v/khuLFk ds lans”k dh vuns[kh dj nsasxs vkSj mls dgsaxs fd og >wB cksy ns fd vki jsyxkM+h esa cSB pqds gSa (2) vki vius vklUu vf/kdkjh ls ckr djasxs vkSj mls crk.sls LFkku ds fy.Z gS ^oranges are sweet* dksbZ ugha 41.d v/khuLFk LVkQ ls bl vk”k. 6: (1) 1296 (3) 7776 (2) 216 (4) 1378 If in a certain code language ‘BALE’ is written as ’+ ÷ & ×’ and ‘SKIP’ is written as ‘– @ √ %’. ‘Cod nux elp’ stands for ‘banana and apple’ and iv. ] .s ç.kh dks iw. (1) Elp (3) Zip 40. ^Cod nux elp* dk rkRi.oa iv.k x. dk. (2) You will speak to your immediate boss and tell him that your mother is ailing and you are with your family. hence can not come immediately [A–5] [L e g a l A s s t t .d fuf”pr dksM Hkk’kk esa& i.k&i= izLrqr djus vkSj vius bykt ds [kpsZ ds fy. isa”ku dk nkok djus esa vleFkZ gSaA vki% (1) . fuEufyf[kr ç”u esa ml fodYi dks pqus tks Js. vkius vius HkkbZ ds ifjokj ds lkFk .oa 40½ . ‘Cod dex nom’ stands for ‘banana is sweet’ ii. ^Zip dex nux* dk rkRi.kstuk cukbZ gS tgka vkids vius ifjokj ds lnL. attend the meeting (4) You will speak to your immediate boss and say that you have advance permitted leave and it is urgent to see the ailing mother.d .kfof/kd dkjZokb.37.Z gS ^apple is good* iii. 6: (1) 1296 (3) 7776 38. LVs”ku tkrs le.ksa ds vuqlkj dk.axs fd vkius vfxze Lohd`r NqV~Vh yh gS rFkk chekj ekrk dks ns[kuk t:jh gS] blfy.d fons”kh xzkgd ds lkFk cSBd ds nkSjku] tks fdlh dk.k x.axs fd vkidh ekrk chekj gS vkSj vki vius ifjokj ds lkFk gksus ds dkj.k gS% (1) Elp (3) Zip 40. 39 & 40) In a certain code language– i. ^pa reb nom* dk rkRi. Select the suitable alternative to complete the series. fØ. 38.axs] cSBd esa Hkkx ysaxs (4) vki vius vklUu vf/kdkjh ls ckr djsaxs vkSj crk.ksa dks Vky nsaxs D. vodk”k&nkSjs dh . 36.Z gS ^banana and apple* .axs] dk.ksafd vki lgdehZ dh t:jr dks le>rs gSaA 42. __ .oLFkk djus ds fy.d .oa ^SKIP* dks ^– fy[kk tkrk gSA ^LIFE* dks mlh dksM esa dSls fy[ksx\as (1) @ + ÷ √ (3) × & % $ (2) Nux (4) None of these What does ‘Zip’ stand for? (2) 216 (4) 1378 @ √ %* Which word in that language stands for ‘apple’.ksa ds lkFk le>kSrk ugha djsaxs (4) dfri. fdlh fuf”pr dksM Hkk’kk esa ^BALE* dks ^+ ÷ & ×* . 39. You will (2) √ % T & (4) @ & × + funsZ”k% ¼ç”u la[. you receive a message from your one of the subordinate staff that Managing Director of the company needs you in the meeting with a foreign customer who landed without program: (2) Nux (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha ^Zip* fdlds fy. ml Hkk’kk esa dkSu&lk “kCn ^apple* ds fy. ls NqV~Vh eatwj dh xbZ gSA nkSjs ds fy.k 39 . ‘Zip dex nux’ stands for ‘apple is good’ iii. 2401. vkidks . 37.slk ekeyk is”k gqvk gS ftlesa vkidk .kZy. ‘pa reb nom’ stands for ‘oranges are sweet’. You have got permitted leave from the office for this trip. 2401.dne fØ.k ugha vk ldrs (3) vki vius HkkbZ ds ifjokj dks fLFkfr Li’V dj nsaxs vkSj viuk fVdV jn~n djk.qä fd. 49.kZy.Zokgh djasxs (2) mldh enn djus rFkk oSdfYid dkxtkr rS.kZ djrk gSA (1) You will ignore the message of your subordinate and ask him to tell a lie that you were in train .s ç. (2) √ % T & (4) @ & × + DIRECTIONS: (Question No. mls dgus dh fn”kk esa igy djasxs (3) lgdehZ ds fy. ^Cod dex nom* dk rkRi. While at the time of going to station for the trip.

kZy.kZy.fn dke dk vfrfjDr Hkkj gS rks . vki vius foHkkx ds . You find that there is a dedicated staff who stays long hours in the office to dispose off his daytoday back log work. bdV~Bk djus ds ckn lk{. There is a sudden demand of some safety items due to emergency. you sense that there is a cartel among the bidders due to emergent situation and all of them have quoted nearly five time more than the last purchase price.kZy. cM+s&cM+s lokjh fcy izLrqr fd. You will 43. dk.ksa }kjk dk.kstu djsaxs (3) lgdfeZ.d HkaMkj [kjhn vf/kdkjh ds :i esa dke dj jgs gSaA vkikrdky ds dkj. eatwjh vf/kdkjh gSaA vki ns[krs gSa fd . x.ksa ij rRdky Nkik ekjus dk vk.fDr vkids lgdehZ gSa vkSj os . you will ask him to get a preapproval of stay for processing of such bills and ask him to withdraw the bills submitted [A–6] [L e g a l A s s t t . You come to know of some clandestine bogus and fake purchase activities going on in the office. dk dke dk. What would you do under such a situation: (1) You will pass his claims considering his dedication and sincerity.kZy.fDr. vkidh tkudkjh esa . You are working as a stores purchase officer of Indian railways. (3) You will ask him and say that he should take back the conveyance bills submitted and submit a fresh bill of the same amount for normal working hours (4) You will call him and ask him to finish the work within office time and if there is extra work load .kdyki py jgs gSaA nks’kh O. which one you will choose: (1) (2) (3) (4) 45. ekeys dks mPprj vf/kdkfj.d u. mlds nkos eatwj dj nasxs (2) vki fu.ksa ls rRdky .wure cksyhnkrk dks vkMZj ns nasaxs D. fcy okfil ys ysA (1) Award the order to the lowest bidder as this is an emergent situation (2) Immediately report the matter to the higher authorities explaining the factual situation and wait for their further orders. esa Bgjus dh iwoZ vuqefr ds fcuk vuqeR. You have floated a limited tender with a short notice.g lqfuf”pr djrs gSa fd bl rjg ds fØ.d vkikfrd fLFkfr gS (2) okLrfod fLFkfr Li’V djrs gq.k fcy cuk.k djsaxs\ (1) vki mlds leiZ.slk lefiZr LVkQ gS tks vius fuR. You find him submitting huge conveyance claims for late hours to you which otherwise is not permissible without pre approval of stay by higher authorities as per Company policy. dk . After opening the tender. vki Hkkjrh.axs vkSj dgsaxs fd dk.wure Hkkoksa ds fy.g . dk.d lhfer VsaMj tkjh dj fn.d la?k cu x. (4) vki mls cqyk.k dqN lqj{kk enksa dh vkdf’ed ekax iSnk gks xbZ gSA vkius vYi lwpuk lfgr .g vkrk gS fd n¶rj esa dqN xqIr cksxl vkSj tkyh [kjhn fØ.k gS vkSj lHkh us fiNys Ø. The culprits are your colleagues and they ensure that no overt or direct signs of such activities are visible.ksa dks lwfpr djsaxs vkSj muds vxys vkns”kksa dh izrh{kk djsaxs (3) fdlh cksyhnkrk ds lkFk lkSnsckth djsaxs vkSj mls .ksa dks viuh fjiksVZ izLrqr djsaxs vkSj muls lhfer VsaMj dh txg eqDr VsaMj tkjh djus dk vuqjks/k djsaxsA 44.43.FkklaHko U. gSa tksfd daiuh dh uhfr ds vuqlkj mPprj vf/kdkfj. ugha gSA . jkth djasaxs vkSj ml cksyhnkrk dks vkMZj ns nsaxs (4) vius mPpkf/kdkfj.ksa ds le{k izLrqr djsaxsA 45.Z ?kaVs ds le.k dke dks fuiVkus ds fy. fnu fiNys cdk. esa nsj jkr rd #drk gSA vki ns[krs gSa fd mlus vkids le{k nsj jkr ds fy. ls yxHkx ikap xquk ls vf/kd Hkko ekaxs gSaA vki% (1) U. izLrqr djrs gq. x.ksafd . jsy esa .k=k vkSj lokjh fcyksa ds fy. Leave things as they are Organize an immediate raid on the suspected Ask the colleagues to immediately stop it Begin collecting evidence and after collecting evidence bring the matter to the higher authorities submitting evidences You are the sanctioning authority for the travelling and conveyance bills of your department. le.slh fLFkfr esa vki D. bdV~Bk djuk “kq: djsx a s vkSj lk{.kdykiksa dk dksbZ ckgjh vFkok izR.ewY.{k ladsr u fn[kkbZ nsA uhps fn.k gSA VsaMj [kksyus ij vkidks . (3) Negotiate with any bidder and bring down the rates as low as possible and award it to that bidder (4) Submit your report to your bosses and request them to float open tender instead of limited tender 44. x. rRdky ekeys ds ckjs esa mPpkf/kdkfj. (2) You will strictly go by rules and do not pass his claims.k vkSj fu’diVrk dks ns[krs gq.sls fcyksa ij dk.Zokgh ds fy. ] . fcy okfil ys ys vkSj daiuh dh uhfr ds vuqlkj mlh jkf”k dk lkekU. Bgjus ds okLrs iwoZ vuqefr izkIr djs rFkk tek djk. From among the following alternatives.k cksyhnkrkvksa ds chp .eksa dk dM+kbZ ls ikyu djsx a s vkSj mlds nkos eatjw ugha djsxa s (3) vki mls dgsaxs fd og is”k fd.slk yxrk gS fd vkikfrd fLFkfr ds dkj.d .slk can djus dks dgsaxs (4) lk{. fodYiksa esa ls vki dkSulk fodYi pqusaxs% (1) ftl rjg ds gkykr gSa] mUgsa oSls gh NksM+ nsaxs (2) lafnX/k O. ds Hkhrj iwjk djs vkSj .

200 Ω 400 Ω 600 Ω 1600 Ω Decimal 43 in Hexadecimal and BCD number system.k I(s) = 2/(s(1+s)) ls t → ∞ gS rks i(t) dk eku gS% 0 1 2 (1) (2) (3) (4) ∞ 50. flfydku dk fuEu ds lkFk Mksfiax }kjk gS% (1) tesZfu. 0100 0100 lhih.syxksfjn~e }kjk n . (1) (2) (3) (4) 52.ksafd 0 1 2 ∞ f}Hkk’kh vUos’k.e.wehfu.ksftr cl] tks esu eseksjh vkSj lhih. (4) decrease in the input impedance and increase in the output impedance. i(t) dk ySIysl :ikarj. cl (3) . 51. 50. Memory bus DMA bus Address bus Control bus N–type silicon is obtained by doping silicon with: 200 Ω 400 Ω 600 Ω 1600 Ω gsDlkMslhey rFkk chlhMh la[. the value of i(t) tends to: (1) (2) (3) (4) ifjiFk dk led{k çfrjks/k gS% (1) (2) (3) (4) A bus connected between the CPU and main memory that permits transfer of information between main memory and the CPU is known as: (1) (2) (3) (4) 49. Øe”k% B2. yxrk gS\ (1) (2) (3) (4) O (log2n) O (n) O (n log2n) 2 O (n ) 51. 0100 0011 2B.46. (3) increase in the input impedance and decrease in the output impedance. 0100 0011 2B.e (3) cksju (4) QkLQksjl 52. O (log2n) O (n) O (n log2n) 2 O (n ) izkIr gksrk gSA D. 0100 0100 The Laplace transform of i(t) is given by I(s) = 2/(s(1+s)). ] . (1) (2) (3) (4) 47. oksYVrk Js.syhesaV~l ds izfr lkVsZM lj.k tkrk [S i g n a l & T e l .d dqath <wa<+us esa fdruk le.Y.kkyh esa Mslhey fuEukuqlkj gS% (1) (2) (3) (4) What is the time taken by binary search algorithm to search a key in a sorted array to n elements?: (1) (2) (3) (4) 47.sMªsl cl (4) daVªksy cl 49.e (2) . (2) decrease in both the input and output impedances.kke gksrk gS% (1) bUiqV rFkk vkmViqV nksuksa izfrck/kkvksa esa o`f) (2) bUiqV rFkk vkmViqV nksuksa izfrck/kkvksa esa fxjkoV (3) bUiqV izfrck/kk esa o`f) rFkk vkmViqV izfrck/kk esa fxjkoV (4) bUiqV izfrck/kk esa fxjkoV rFkk vkmViqV izfrck/kk esa o`f) Germanium Aluminum Boron Phosphorus Voltage series feedback (also called series-shunt feedback) results in: 43 48. As t → ∞. 0011 0100 B2.k iz.kh&”kaV QhMcSd Hkh dgrs gSa½ dk ifj. 0100 0011 2B. [A–7] N-Vkbi flfydku ik.w ds chp tkudkjh ds varj. 0100 0011 2B. 46.w rFkk esu eseksjh ds chp la. The equivalent resistance of the circuit is: (1) increase in both the input and output impedances. B2.kh esa . 0011 0100 B2.k dh vuqefr nsrh gS] dgykrh gS% (1) eseksjh cl (2) Mh.kh QhMcSd ¼ftls Js.k . respectively is: (1) (2) (3) (4) 48.

ksx dj jgk gksrk gS% (1) oksYVrk Js.: NE = NB = NC NE >> NB and NB >>NC NE = NB and NB < NC NE < NB < NC 0. CC – LO. the gain of a transistor amplifier falls at high frequencies due to the: (1) (2) (3) (4) . coupling capacitor at the input. internal capacitances of the device. Voltage series feedback Current series feedback Current shunt feedback Voltage shunt feedback Choose the correct match for input resistance of various amplifier configurations shown below. inverse active mode. (1) (2) (3) (4) The circuit shown in the figure is best described as a: (1) (2) (3) (4) 57. x. CC – HI. CE – MO (3) CB – MO. then the transistor is operating in the. lsrq fn’Vdkjh lsrq ekMqyd vko`fRr foHksnh oksYVrk f}xq. fd ijek.k x.EIyhQk. CE – LO (4) CB – HI. fof/k (2) lar`fIr fof/k (3) izfrykse lfØ.fn flfydku n-p-n VªkaftLVj ds fy.2V gS rks VªkaftLVj fuEu ij py jgk gS% (1) lkekU.wu CC% lkekU. fof/k (4) vardh.ksftr izfrjks/kd ls . skin effect.wfuVh gS rks fuEu esa ls dkSulh fLFkfr lp gS\ (1) (2) (3) (4) NE = NB = NC NE >> NB and NB >>NC NE = NB and NB < NC NE < NB < NC If for a silicon n-p-n transistor.ehVj HI% mPp Configuration Input resistance CB : Common Base LO : Low CC : Common Collector MO : Moderate CE : Common Emitter HI : High (1) CB – LO. coupling capacitor at the output. (1) (2) (3) (4) 56. CE – HI CB – LO. ] .kh QhMcSd (2) /kkjk Js. respectively. CC – HI. fof/k 55. CE – HI (2) CB – LO. vk/kkj LO% U. In a uniformly doped BJT.7V and the collector-to-voltage (VCB) is 0. laxzkgh MO% ekMjsV CE% lkekU.fn BJT dh .qXeu /kkfjrk (3) mifjLrj izHkko (4) vkmViqV ij .j dh yfC/k mPp vko`fRr.u djsa% foU. 58.kl bUiqV izfrjks/k CB% lkekU.d CE .klksa ds bUiqV izfrjks/k ds fy.53.qDr .k ls fxj tkrh gS% (1) midj. fofHkUu . lfØ.2V. 55. CC – HI. CE – MO CB – MO. laxzkgh vkSj csl ds chp la. NB rFkk NC Øe”k% . saturation mode. 54. cut-off mode. CE – MO 57.EIyhQk. CC – MO. the base–to-emitter voltage (VBE) is 0.a (2) bUiqV ij .kq@cm3 esa NE.kkRed QhMcSd dh fLFkfr iSnk djrk gS ftlesa .: (1) (2) (3) (4) 53. assume that NE.k ifjiFk loksZRre :i ls fuEu dgykrk gS% (1) (2) (3) (4) Bridge rectifier Ring modulator Frequency discriminatory Voltage doubler Generally.kh QhMcSd (3) /kkjk “kaV QhMcSd (4) oksYVrk “kaV QhMcSd 56. 58.kd vkerkSj ij VªkaftLVj . CE – LO CB – HI.EIyhQk.7V normal active mode. lgh esy dk p.qXeu /kkfj= [S i g n a l & T e l . CC – HI. base and collector dopings in 3 atoms/cm .ehVj oksYVrk (VBE) gS rFkk laxzkgh&ls&oksYVrk (VCB) 0. CC – LO. CE – MO uhps n”kkZ.ehVj batsD”ku izHkkfork fudV .dleku :i ls ekfnr BJT esa eku yhft. . A CE amplifier with a resistor connected between collector and base forms a case of negative feedback amplifier using: . NB and NC are the emitter.EIyhQk.j fuEu dk iz. which one of the following conditions is TRUE?: (1) (2) (3) (4) 54. [A–8] CB – LO. csl&Vq&. CC – MO.ksa ij fuEu dkj. If the emitter injection efficiency of the BJT is close unity.k dh vkarfjd /kkfjrk.j foU. uhps n”kkZ.j _.ehVj] csl rFkk laxzkgh eknu gSaA .

6% 50% 78.fDr. 61. The transfer function of the system should be: j4πf −42 dh 8-fcV 2’ iwjd 64.d AND xsV (2) . 4. 8. . (1) 1/jω (3) 1/(1+jω) (2) 3×8 (4) 5×32 (1) 000101010 (3) 111010101 Without any additional circuitry.fDr gS% (2) 111010110 (4) 100101010 fdlh vfrfjDr ifjifFkdh ds fcuk 8:1 MUX dk iz. ƒ = ∑ m(1. A 0 to 6 counter consists of 3 flip flops and a combination circuit of 2 input gate(s). One OR gate. (2) 25 dB. (1) 16 (3) 1024 62.Z dk.kstu ifjiFk gSA la. Half wave rectifier has maximum theoretical efficiency of: (1) (2) (3) (4) 59. 4.ksx fuEu izkIr djus ds fy. (2) 111010110 (4) 100101010 66. fof/k vLohdj. 67. 14) The minimum configuration of the decoder should be (1) 2×4 (2) 3×8 (4) 5×32 (3) 4×16 63. The combination circuit consists of: 67.d la. One AND gate. fd x (t) .d OR xsV (3) . 2.wfuV LVsi Qyu (2) jω (4) πδ (ω)+1/jω ls 6 rd ds .59.kkyh dk :ikarj Qyu gksuk pkfg. 10. 61.kstu ifjiFk esa fuEu “kkfey gS% (1) . 2.% j4πf (1) 4 e (3) 4 e – j8πf u(t) j4πf (2) 2 e – (4) 2 e j8πf j8πf [S i g n a l & T e l .d dkmaVj esa 3 f¶yi ¶yki rFkk 2 bUiqV xsV dk . 8. 62.5% 81.d MhdksMj dk iz.k tk ldrk gS% (1) 3 pjksa ds dqN fdarq lHkh cwyh. (3) 46 dB.d AND rFkk . then its common mode rejection ratio is: (1) 23 dB.6% 50% 78. Two AND gates.kkyh dk bUiqV gSA visf{kr vkmViqV 4x(t-2) gSA iz.2% (1) 16 (3) 1024 (2) 256 (4) 65536 The following switching function is to be implemented using a decoder: (2) 25 dB. 60. fof/k oksYVrk yfC/k Øe”k% 48dB rFkk 2dB gS rks bldk lkekU.fn fdlh foHksnh . ] .EIyhQk.d OR xsV (4) nks AND xsV (1) 1/jω (3) 1/(1+jω) Let x (t) be the input to a linear. (3) 46 dB. One AND gate and one OR gate. an 8:1 MUX can be used to obtain: (1) (2) (3) (4) . If the differential voltage gain and the common mode voltage gain of a differential amplifier are 48 dB and 2 dB respectively. j8πf [A–9] dk Qwfj. (4) 50 dB.k gS% ƒ = ∑ m(1.ksx djrs gq.5% 81. fd. 63. vfHkO. v)Zrjax fn’Vdkjh esa vf/kdre lS)kafrd n{krk fuEukuqlkj gksrh gS% (1) (2) (3) (4) 40. The Fourier transform of unit step function u(t) is: (1) 4 e (3) 4 e – j4πf (2) 2 e – (4) 2 e vfHkO.k vuqikr gS% (1) 23 dB.wure foU. The required output is 4x(t-2). 4 40.s :ikarj gS% (2) jω (4) πδ (ω)+1/jω eku yhft. Qyu ugha (2) 3 pjksa ds lHkh Qyu fdarq 4 pjksa dk dksbZ Hkh ugha (3) 3 pjksa ds lHkh Qyu vkSj 4 pjksa ds dqN fdarq lHkh ugha (4) 4 pjksa ds lHkh Qyu 65. The 8-bit 2’s complement representation of −42 is: (1) 000101010 (3) 111010101 pjksa ds lqLi’V cwyh.kl gksuk pkfg.k tkuk gS% (1) 2×4 (3) 4×16 (1) some but not all Boolean functions of 3 variables (2) all function of 3 variables but none of 4 variables (3) all function of 3 variables and some but not all of 4 variables (4) all functions of 4 variables 65.ksa dh la[.d jSf[kd dky vpj iz. 14) 64.2% The number of distinct Boolean expression of 4 variables is: . 60. (4) 50 dB. fuEu fLofpax izdk. (2) 256 (4) 65536 MhdksMj dk U. 10.j dh foHksnh oksYVrk yfC/k vkSj lkekU.kZfUor fd. 0 66. time-invariant system.

d f=dks. vleku DokaVhdj.d PD fu. S2 : In a parallel G-L-C circuit.k cSaMfoM~Fk esa fxjkoV (2) vf/kdre SNR esa o`f) (3) flXuy Lrjksa ds fy.k gS% Equal to its group velocity Less than the velocity of light in free space Equal to the velocity of light in free space Greater than the velocity of light in free space Consider the following statements S1 and S2: S1 : At the resonant frequency the impedance of a series R-L-C circuit is zero. the compensated system has: (1) (2) (3) (4) 71. The phase velocity of an electromagnetic wave propagating in a hollow metallic rectangular waveguide in the TE10 mode is: (1) (2) (3) (4) 69. The power spectral density (psd) of a deterministic signal is given by [sin(f)/f2 ]where f is frequency. A rectangular pulse A delta function A sine pulse A triangular pulse At a given probability of error. Increase in maximum SNR. The wave gets distorted. binary coherent FSK is inferior to binary coherent PSK by: (1) (2) (3) (4) 74.d MsYVk Qyu (3) .kkyh ds izfrdkj ds fy.kh iYl 73. Power of the wave increases.kkad esa o`f) gks tkrh gS% fuEu esa ls dkSu lgh gS\ (1) S1 xyr gS vkSj S2 lgh gS (2) S1 rFkk S2 & nksuksa lgh gSa (3) S1 lgh gS vkSj S2 xyr gS (4) S1 rFkk S2 & nksuksa xyr gSa (1) (2) (3) (4) 74.d mPp dksfV la[. Reduction in transmission bandwidth. increasing the conductance G results in increase in its Q factor. Simplification of quantization process. fuEu 70.kd vfrØe. Which one of the following is correct? (1) S1 is FLASE and S2 is TRUE (2) Both S1 and S2 are TRUE (3) S1 is TRUE and S2 is FALSE (4) Both S1 and S2 are FLASE 70.ksx ds QyLo:i gksrk gS% (1) lapj.k izfØ.drk ij f}&vk/kkjh lac) lac) PSK dh rqyuk esa fuEukuqlkj ?kfV. The autocorrelation function of this signal in the time domain is: (1) (2) (3) (4) 73. The use of non-uniform quantization leads to: (1) (2) (3) (4) 72.d [kks[kys /kkfRod vk. if modulation index is more than 100% then: (1) (2) (3) (4) ij fopkj djsa% S1: vuquknt vko`fRr ij Js. Compared to the uncompensated system.68.k 71.kh R-L-C ifjiFk dh izfrck/kk “kwU. 68. Higher noise amplification. =qfV dh .d vk.k ds iz.k dh izHkkfork c<+ tkrh gS (3) rjax fo:fir gks tkrh gS (4) cSaMfoM~Fk c<+ tkrh gS 100% ls vf/kd gS [S i g n a l & T e l .d lekukarj G-L-C ifjiFk esa pkydRo G esa o`f) djus ls mlds Q-xq. ] . rjax dk izkoLFkk osx gksrk gS% (1) blds lewg osx ds cjkcj (2) eqDr varfj{k esa izdk”k ds osx ls de (3) eqDr varfj{k esa izdk”k ds osx ds cjkcj (4) eqDr varfj{k esa izdk”k ds osx ls vf/kd 69. Larger transient overshoot.kkyh esa gS% (1) .ke ekMwyu AM esa] . A PD controller is used to compensate a system.d nh gqbZ izkf.d lkbu iYl (4) .k tkrk gSA v&izfrdkfjr iz. gksrh gS S2: . A higher type number.d fo|qr pqacdh.k 72. . 6 dB 3 dB 2 dB 0 dB In amplitude modulation AM. SNR esa o`f) (4) DokaVhdj.rkdkj iYl (2) .kkRed flXuy dk “kfDr LisDVªeh ?kuRo (psd) [sin(f)/f2 ] ls irk pyrk gS tgka f vko`fRr gSA dky {ks= esa bl flXuy dk Lo&lglaca/k Qyu gS% (1) .k (2) ?kVk gqvk voeanu (3) mPp /ofu izo/kZu (4) fo”kky {kf.a=d dk iz. Bandwidth increases [A–10] S1 vkSj S2 dFkuksa FSK f}&vk/kkjh 6 dB 3 dB 2 dB 0 dB vk. fdlh iz. Reduced damping.kkyh dh rqyuk esa] izfrdkfjr iz. fu/kkZj.rkdkj rjax iFkd esa lapfjr . Efficiency of transmission increases. TE10 fof/k esa .fn ekMwyu lwpdkad rks% (1) rjax dh “kfDr c<+ tkrh gS (2) lapj.ksx fd. Increase in SNR for signal levels.k dk ljyhdj.

80. (3) By ORing the code-words bit-by-bit and counting the number of 1s in the result.25 cm 12. 78.k djus ds fy. TE10 TE11 TM11 TM10 rFkk Z11 = 2.00 cm 100. rjax ds izos”k dh xgjkbZ 25 cm gSA 4 MHz dh vko`fRr ij izos”k dh xgjkbZ gksxh% (1) (2) (3) (4) 6. 77.75Ω and Z12 = 0.e esa fo|qr pqacdh.5 Ω lapj.kke dh la[.d vk.rkdkj rjax iFkd }kjk lefFkZr ugha gksxh\ (1) (2) (3) (4) [A–11] Z11 TE10 TE11 TM11 TM10 [S i g n a l & T e l . (5/6) Ω 1Ω (6/5) Ω (3/2) Ω The Hamming distance between two codewords can be calculated : 77.25 Ω Z11 = 2. The depth of penetration of electromagnetic wave in a medium having conductivity σ at a frequency of 1 MHz is 25 cm. x. Light travels within a cladding faster than it does within a core because: The impedance parameters Z11 and Z12 of the two-port network in the figure are: (1) (2) (3) (4) 80.kke dh la[. (1) Refractive index of cladding is more than refractive index of core (2) Refractive index of cladding and core are same (3) refractive index of cladding is less than refractive index of core (4) None of above 79.ksafd (1) ifjfu/kku dk viorZukad dksj ds viorZukad ls vf/kd gksrk gS (2) ifjfu/kku vkSj dksj dk viorZukad .k fxuus ls ldrh esa 1s esa 0s esa 1s esa 0s izdk”k . fdukjksa ds :i esa ckjg 1 Ω izfrjks/kksa dk iz. ] .00 cm Twelve 1 Ω resistances are used as edges to form a cube. fp= esa nks&la}kj usVodZ ds izfrck/kk izkpy Z12 gSa% Z11 = 2.kke esa (3) dwV “kCnksa dks fcV&ckbZ&fcV ORing djus vkSj ifj. 25Ω and Z12 = 0. The resistance between two diagonally opposite corners of the cube is: (1) (2) (3) (4) 75.k tkrk gSA ?ku ds nks fod. uhps fn.50 cm 50.k fxuus ls (4) dwV “kCnksa dks fcV&ckbZ&fcV ORing djus vkSj ifj. (2) By XORing the code-words bit-by-bit and counting the number of 0s in the result.dleku gksrk gS (3) ifjfu/kku dk viorZukad dksj ds viorZukad dh rqyuk esa de gksrk gS (4) mi.qDr ek/. (1) (2) (3) (4) nks dwV “kCnksa ds chp gSfeax nwjh dh x.kuk bl izdkj dh tk gS% (1) dwV “kCnksa dks fcV&ckbZ&fcV XORing djus vkSj ifj.d ifjfu/kku esa . The depth of penetration at a frequency of 4 MHz will be: (1) (2) (3) (4) 76.00 cm 100.5 Ω Z11 = 3Ω and Z12 = 0.kke dh la[.d dksj ds Hkhrj ls vf/kd rsth ls lapfjr gksrk gS D.25 Ω Z11 = 2.kke dh la[.qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha 79.00 cm .5 Ω Z11 = 3Ω and Z12 = 0. 76.75Ω and Z12 = 0. 1 MHz dh vko`fRr ij pkydRo σ ls . 6.25 Ω Z11 = 3Ω and Z12 = 0.50 cm 50.d ?ku dk fuekZ. (4) By ORing the code-words bit-by-bit and counting the number of 0s in the result.5 Ω (1) (2) (3) (4) Which one of the following modes of transmission will not be supported by a rectangular wave guide?: (5/6) Ω 1Ω (6/5) Ω (3/2) Ω 78.ksx fd.75.k fxuus ls ifj.25 cm 12.kZr% fojks/kh dksuksa ds chp izfrjks/k gS% (1) (2) (3) (4) (1) By XORing the code-words bit-by-bit and counting the number of 1s in the result. 25Ω and Z12 = 0.k fxuus ls (2) dwV “kCnksa dks fcV&ckbZ&fcV XORing djus vkSj ifj.k dh fuEu esa ls dkSulh fof/k .25 Ω Z11 = 3Ω and Z12 = 0.

are cascaded. Q-3.d rjax iFkd esa TE10 eksM dh vard vko`fRr 5GHz gS tcfd TE01 eksM dh 12GHz gS] iFkd dh yackbZ&pkSM+kbZ gS% (1) 3 lsaVhehVj rFkk 1. Q-4. 4. S-3 P -2.af=r oksYVrk lzksr (4) oksYVrk fu. R -4. dh enksa ds lkFk lqesfyr djsa% lewg 2 1.5 lsaVhehVj (4) 2. Q-1. vf/kd eknu 2. Q-2. ] . then the order in which they are carried out in a standard nwell SMOS fabrication process.k gS rFkk S lzksr@viokg folj. The open circuit voltage gain of the combined amplifier would be: 2 83. the dimensions of the guide are: (1) (2) (3) (4) 81. R -4.j dk 0.af=r /kkjk lzksr (2) oksYVrk fu.Dr dh tk ldrh gS% (1) /kkjk fu.EIyhQk.d /kkjk&”kaV _. dyk lac) fofdj.25 cm and 3 cm 6 cm and 2.af=r /kkjk lzksr (2) /kkjk fu.k tkrk gSA fefJr .k 3.: Group 1 P. LASER (1) P -1. 1. . An ideal op-amp is an ideal: (1) (2) (3) (4) 82.kkRed QhMcSd . Match items in Group 1 with items in Group 2. S-2 P -2. Q-3. If P is Passivation.qZDr . Q-4. .25 lsaVhehVj (2) 1. .ksM S.k gS rks .EIyhQk. Q is n-well implant.25 cm 1.5cm 2.ksM R. 3.5 lsaVhehVj rFkk 6 lsaVhehVj 84.jksa dks] ftuesa ls izR. tk.EIyhQk. input resistance 1kΩ and output resistance of 2. 2.5kΩ gSA mi.81.k fuEu :i esa O. P-Q-R-S Q-S-R-P R-P-S-Q S-R-Q-P The action of a JFET in its equivalent circuit can be represented as a: (1) (2) (3) (4) lewg 1 dh enksa dks lewg lewg 1 P.EIyhQk. S-4 P -3.af=r oksYVrk lzksr Group 2 Heavy doping Coherent radiation Spontaneous emission Current gain In an air filled rectangular wave guide. R -4. input resistance of 1 kΩ and output resistance of 250Ω.axs] og gS% (1) (2) (3) (4) 85. JFET ds .k gS] Q n-well jksi.25 lsaVhehVj rFkk 3 lsaVhehVj (3) 6 lsaVhehVj rFkk 2.q ls Hkjs gq. Q-2. /kkjk yfC/k P -1. S-2 (4) P -2.ksx djus okys .j dh oksYVrk yfC/k 50] bUiqV izfrjks/k 1kΩ vkSj vkmViqV izfrjks/k 2.j dh [kqyk ifjiFk oksYVrk yfC/k gksxh% Current controlled current source Current controlled voltage source Voltage controlled voltage source Voltage controlled current source Three identical amplifiers with each one having a voltage gain of 50. Tunnel diode S. ifjiFk esa mldh fØ. Avalanche photodiode R. ystj (1) (2) (3) (4) An amplifier without feedback has a voltage gain of 50.d lerqY.d ls . Q-1. Vuy Mk.af=r /kkjk lzksr (4) /kkjk fu. Lor% LQwrZ mRltZu 4. 3 cm and 1. Voltage controlled current source Voltage controlled voltage source Current controlled current source Current controlled voltage source 49 dB 51 dB 98 dB 102 dB [A–12] (1) (2) (3) (4) 49 dB 51 dB 98 dB 102 dB [S i g n a l & T e l .af=r oksYVrk lzksr (3) oksYVrk fu.5 cm and 6 cm (1) 1/11 kΩ (3) 5 kΩ 86. S-3 (2) P -2. rhu .5kΩ. 84.sd esa oksYVrk yfC/k 50] bUiqV izfrjks/k 1 kΩ rFkk vkmViqV izfrjks/k 250Ω gS lksikfur fd.af=r /kkjk lzksr 87. R -4. The input resistance of the current-shunt negative feedback amplifier using the above amplifier with a feedback factor of 0. S-3 83.ybZMh Q. S-3 ok. R -1.k gS] R /kkRohdj.fn P fu”ps’Vdj.d .j dk bUiqV izfrjks/k gksxk% (1) 1/11 kΩ (3) 5 kΩ (2) 1/5 kΩ (4) 11 kΩ (2) 1/5 kΩ (4) 11 kΩ 86. 87.2 would be: (1) (2) (3) (4) 82. 85.af=r oksYVrk lzksr (3) /kkjk fu. vo/kko QksVksMk. is: (1) (2) (3) (4) . LED Q.EIyhQk. R -1.kZfUor fd. S-4 (3) P -3.kkad lfgr iz. R is metallization and S is source/drain diffusion.d vkn”kZ% (1) oksYVrk fu. P-Q-R-S Q-S-R-P R-P-S-Q S-R-Q-P QhMcSd&foghu .2 QhMcSd xq. the cut off frequency of a TE10 mode is 5 GHz where as that of TE01 mode is 12 GHz. R -1. R -1.d ekud n-well SMOS QSfczds”ku esa] ftl Øe ls os dk.d vkn”kZ op-amp gksrk gS .

0.sd bUiqV P. Z= RQ + PR + QP ifjiFk fuEu :i esa dke djrk gS (1) 4 fcV . Z }kjk of. the output voltage Vout will be equal to: (1) (2) (3) (4) 89. 1 0 . fp= esa Vout fuEu ds cjkcj gksxh% (1) (2) (3) (4) An ideal sawtooth voltage waveform of frequency 500 Hz and amplitude 3V is generated by charging a capacitor of 2µF in every cycle. 1. x. 3V dk lrr oksYVrk lzksr (3) 1 ms ds fy.ke dk . x.C) to make the output. 1. the required input condition (A. vkmViqV Y.B. Z with: Y = P⊕Q⊕R. ifjiFk esa pkj cDls gSa ftuesa ls izR. 1 1. visf{kr bUiqV fLFkfr (A. If the op-amp in the figure is ideal.1 uhps fn.0. 3mA dk lrr /kkjk lzksr 2µF uhps n”kkZ.fn uhps fn. PR + QP vkn”kZ gS rks vkmViqV oksYVrk 1V 6V 14 V 17 V ds . 91. ykftd ifjiFk ds fy.kstd ftlls P+Q+R izkIr gksrk gS For the logic circuit given below. ] . X = 1 gS (1) (2) (3) (4) [A–13] 1. 1.sd pØ esa vkosf”kr djus ls 500 Hz vko`fRr rFkk 3V vk.d vkn”kZ vkjknkarh oksYVrk rjax :i mRiUu gksrk gSA vkos”ku ds fy.88. Q.Q. 1. 3V dk lrr oksYVrk lzksr (2) 2 ms ds fy. 1V 6V 14 V 17 V 89. 3mA dk lrr /kkjk lzksr (4) 2 ms ds fy.kZr gS tcfd% Y = P⊕Q⊕R.C). 0.kstd ftlls P+Q izkIr gksrk gS (2) 4 fcV ?kVkus okyk ftlls P-Q izkIr gksrk gS (3) 4 fcV ?kVkus okyk ftlls Q-P izkIr gksrk gS (4) 4 fcV .B. Z= RQ + 90. 90.0.d la/kkfj= dks izR. .1 0. t:jr gS% (1) 1 ms ds fy. constant voltage source of 3 V for 1 ms constant voltage source of 3 V for 2 ms constant current source of 3 mA for 1 ms constant current source of 3 mA for 2 ms The circuit shown in the figure has 4 boxes each described by inputs P. X = 1 is: (1) (2) (3) (4) op-amp R rFkk The circuit acts as a (1) 4 bit adder giving P + Q (2) 4 bit subtractor giving P – Q (3) 4 bit subtractor giving Q – P (4) 4 bit adder giving P +Q+ R 91. 1 1. The charging requires: (1) (2) (3) (4) 88. x.1 [S i g n a l & T e l .] vkmViqV cukus ds fy.1 0.R and outputs Y. 1. 1 0 .

1) and (–2.xk (2) dSjh ¶ySx iqu% lsV fd. S = 10 ns R = 10 ns.d 8085 ekbØksizkslslj esa CMPB vuqns”k fu’ikfnr fd.k tk. Let Z = X+Y.axs (4) dSjh ¶ySx rFkk “kwU.k ifjiFk CMOS ifjokjksa dh fuEu (P) (Q) (R) (S) DTL DTL TTL CMOS TTL COMS ECL DTL COMS ECL TTL TTL (2) Q (4) S 4 fcV Mh.dkfyd dkmaVj esa ekeys dh lokZf/kd nsjh Øe”k% R rFkk S gS rks (1) (2) (3) (4) R = 10 ns. x.k nsjh gSA .dkfyd dkmaVj esa ls izR. TTL. The specification (rounded to the nearest multiple of 5%) for the tolerance of the DAC is (1) ±35% (2) ±20% (3) ±10% (4) ±5% 95. 1). 1½ esa leku :i ls forfjr gSaA eku yhft. ECL rFkk pkj dkyeksa esa rqyuk dh tkrh gS% (1) P (3) R (2) Q (4) S The circuit shown in the figure is a 4 bit DAC: (1) (2) (3) (4) R = 10 ns. Then the probability that [Z ≤–2] is: (1) (2) (3) (4) fMftVy ICs ds DTL.wure lapj.axs 96. ] . tk. .xk vkSj “kwU.d dh varoZLrq jftLVj B dh rqyuk esa de gS ftlds QyLo:i% (1) dSjh ¶ySx lsV fd. ¶ySx nksuksa iqu% lsV fd. S = 40 ns R = 40 ns.wure lgh dkye gS The input bits 0 and 1 are represented by 0 and 5 V respectively. the instruction CMP B has been executed while the content of the accumulator is less than of register B.fn fjiy dkmaVj rFkk rqY. S = 30 ns R = 30 ns. X rFkk Y nksuksa lkaf[.xk vkSj “kwU.k nsjh U. ¶ySx nksuksa lsV fd. If the worst case delay in the ripple counter and the synchronous counter be R and S respectively. S = 10 ns cfgxZekad U. 1½ rFkk ¼–2. S = 40 ns R = 40 ns. In an 8085 microprocessor. TTL. ¶ySx iqu% lsV fd. f¶yi&¶yki dk iz.fd.drk gS% (1) “kwU. The OP AMP is ideal.sd esa 10 dh lapj. A 4 bit ripple counter and a 4 bit synchronous counter are made using flip flops having a propagation delay of 10 ns each. n`f’V ls Lora= . lgu “kfDr fof”k’Vrk ¼5% ds fudVre xq. then: (1) (2) (3) (4) 93.k x. S = 10 ns R = 10 ns. ECL and CMOS families of digital ICs are compared in the following 4 columns: (P) (Q) (R) (S) Fanout is minimum DTL DTL TTL CMOS Power Consumption is minimum TTL COMS ECL DTL Propagation delay is minimum COMS ECL TTL TTL 93. The DTL.92. respectively.wure gS fctyh dh [kir U. carry flag will be set but Zero flag will be reset carry flag will be reset but Zero flag will be set both carry flag and Zero flag will be reset both Carry flag and Zero flag will be set Let X and Y be two statistically independent random variables uniformly distributed in the ranges (–1.lh gS% bUiqV fcV 0 rFkk 1 Øe”k% 0 rFkk 5V }kjk ifjyf{kr gksrs gSaA OP vkn”kZ gS fdarq lHkh izfrjks/k rFkk 5V bUiqVksa esa ±10% dh lgu {kerk gSA DAC ds fy.kZ dh xbZ½ gS AMP (1) ±35% (3) ±10% (2) ±20% (4) ±5% 95. ¶ySx lsV fd. 94. S = 30 ns R = 30 ns.xk (3) dSjh ¶ySx rFkk “kwU.k tk. tk.ksx djds cuk.k tk.k x. eku yhft. but all the resistances and the 5V inputs have a tolerance of ±10%.k gS tcfd lapk.kn`fPNd pj Øe”k% ¼–1. 4 fcV ds fjiy dkmaVj rFkk 4 fcV rqY. 92. Z = X+Y gS rc [Z ≤–2] dh izkf. 96.k tk. Zero 1/6 1/3 1/12 (2) 1/6 (3) 1/3 (4) 1/12 [A–14] [S i g n a l & T e l . S = 10 ns The correct column is (1) P (3) R 94.kt rd iw. As a result: fp= esa fn[kk.

B3. MVI MOV STC CMC RAR XRA A B 101.drk gS (1) 1 – Q (0. A discrete-time system has the input-output relationship.5) (3) Q (1/(2√2)) (4) 1 – Q (1/(2√2)) 100. 8085 vlsEcyh ySaxq.5) (2) Q (0.97. dksM dk iz.% x2 e 2 dy ∞ Q (α ) = ∫ α A B 100.kkyh esa bUiqV&vkmViqV laca/k gS% lwph II “kfDr yfC/k fnf”kd yfC/k vkSlr fofdj. The above system has the properties (1) P.k “kfDr . C1. R. C. D1 A3.Z O.aVhuk ds v{k ds lkFk&lkFk gS 99. D2 (4) A4. Wr/Wt 2. R be causality and S be stability. C2. C2. Efficiency of the antenna. S but not R (3) P. C2. lgh mRrj dk p. eku yhft. For the 8085 assembly language program given below. P jSf[kdrk] Q dky vifjofrZrk vkSj fofoDr&dky iz. B3. 1.fn .kkyh ds xq. n ≥ 1 ⎪ y(n) = ⎨ 0. S ⎧ x(n). B3. B3.ZØe ds fy. D2 [S i g n a l & T e l . B4.k vFkok izkfIr v{k dh yacor fn”kk esa gS (4) vf/kdre lapj. eku yhft. C1.d dh varoZLrq gS% 3000 3002 3003 3004 3005 3006 45H A B (1) 00H (3) 67H 1 [x ≤ 1] dh izkf. B4. fofdj. R (2) P. dk. and the radiation intensity is Ф. n ≤ – 1 ⎩ 98. ] .aVhuk dh izHkkfork 1. 4. n ≤ – 1 ⎩ ⎧ x(n). .5) (3) Q (1/(2√2)) (4) 1 – Q (1/(2√2)) 3000 3002 3003 3004 3005 3006 fLFkjrk gSA . x. 4 π φ/wr dksM Code (1) A3. D1 (2) A4. x. C1.d&fn”kkRed gS (3) vf/kdre lapj. Let P be linearity.kn`fPNd pj X gS vkSj eku yhft. Wr/4π C.5) (2) Q (0.u djsa% A. C1. The probability that [x ≤ 1] is (1) 1 – Q (0. D. Match list-I with list-II and select the correct answer using the code given below the lists: List-I List-II A. 4 π φ /wt 4. n ≥ 1 ⎪ y(n) = ⎨ 0. S but not Q. B4.k vFkok izkfIr . D2 (1) (2) (3) (4) [A–15] A3. Q. Wr/Wt 45H A B (1) 00H (3) 67H (2) 45H (4) E7H Power gain 2π x2 e 2 dy uhps fn.k gSa P. lwph I B. the radiated power is Wr. Q. 4 π φ /wt D. D1 A4. tgka where x(n) is the input and y(n) is the output. R.ksx djrs gq. S but not P In an end-fire array: Let X be the Gaussian random variable obtained by sampling the process at t = ti and let: ∞ Q (α ) = ∫ α 1 2π vuqnS/.k dks t = ti ij izfrp. B.d (1) (2) (3) PQRS (4) QRS ysfdu P ugha (1) the directional pattern is bi-directional (2) the directional pattern is unidirectional (3) maximum transmission or reception is in a direction perpendicular to the axis. n=0 ⎪ x(n + 1).ksa ds uhps fn. 4 π φ/wr (2) 45H (4) E7H . S ysfdu Q. Directive gain 2. D1 (3) A3. Q be time-invariance. S (4) Q. n=0 ⎪ x(n + 1). R ugha P. the content of the accumulator after the execution of the program is: MVI MOV STC CMC RAR XRA bUiqV vkSj y(n) vkmViqV gSA mDr iz.: 97.wg esa (1) fn”kkRed i)fr f}&fn”kkRed gS (2) fn”kkRed i)fr .u djus ij izkIr xkmlh. Wr/4π 3. D2 A4. Q. S ysfdu R ugha x(n) 98. izfØ.t dk.ZØe ds fu’iknu ds ckn lapk. 101. C2.k xgurk φ gSA lwph I dks lwph II ds lkFk lqesfyr djsa vkSj lwfp. If the total power to an antenna is Wt.k {kerk Wr rFkk fofdj.aVhuk dks dqy “kfDr Wt. B4. (4) maximum transmission or reception is along the axis of the antenna 99. Average power radiated 3.

SNR nqxquk dj fn. p3=1/8. The modulation index of the generated AM signal is 0. (1) (2) (3) (4) Øe”k% 2 bUiqV AND xsV rFkk 2 bUiqV Ex-OR gate cukus ds fy. C(t) rFkk m(t) dk iz.5 gS] rks ek=k ¼dqy ik”oZ cSaM “kfDr½@¼dSfj.oa c(t) = 5 cos [(2лx106 )t] flXuy ds fuekZ.kkadksa ds vFkksZa esa½ esa in [2π (1008x103 t)] dk xq.kkeh {kerk C2 fuEu }kjk izkIr gksxh% (1) (2) (3) (4) 105.drkvksa lfgr 6 laHkkfor ifj. What are the minimum numbers of 2 to 1 multiplexers required to generate a 2 input AND gate and a 2 input Ex-OR gate. C(t) rFkk m(t) dk iz.wure la[. 106–107 is given below. If the peak frequency deviation of the generated FM signal is three times the transmission bandwidth of the AM 3 signal. If the number of bits per sample in a Pulse Coded Modulation (PCM) system is increased from 5 bits to 6 bits.oa 107 ds 3 m(t) = cos [(4лx10 )t] lans”k ladsr okgd gSA vkdM+s uhps fn.j “kfDr½ gS% 106. 1 and 2 1 and 3 1 and 1 2 and 2 104.3B p6=1/32 15 bits/second 16 bits/second 31 bits/second 32 bits/ second DIRECTIONS: Data for Question no.kkyh esa izR.k tkrk gS rks ifj. then the coefficient of the term [2π (1008x10 t)] in the FM signal (in terms of the Bessel coefficients) is: C2 ≈ 2C1+B C2 ≈ C1+B C2 ≈ C1+2B C2 ≈ C1+0. A communication channel with AWGN operating at a signal to noise ratio SNR>>1 and bandwidth B has capacity C1. izkf.kke gks ldrs gSaA . the resulting capacity C2 is given by: .3B 105.kkad gS% 107.ksx fd. An event has 6 possible outcomes with probabilities p1=1/2.k D. p2=1/4. (2) 1/4 (4) 1/8 flXuy ds fuekZ. p3=1/8.k gksxh\ (1) 1 rFkk 2 (2) 1 rFkk 3 (3) 1 rFkk 1 (4) 2 rFkk 2 C2 ≈ 2C1+B C2 ≈ C1+B C2 ≈ C1+2B C2 ≈ C1+0. respectively?: (1) (2) (3) (4) 102.fn izfr lsdaM 16 ifj. C(t) and m(t) are used to generate an AM signal.k ds fy. ladsrd ls jo vuqikr SNR >>1 ij izpkfyr AWGN rFkk B cSaMfoM~Fk ls . C(t) and m(t) are used to generate an FM signal.k 106 .k tkrk gSA .a% (1) 15 fcV@lsdaM (2) 16 fcV@lsdaM (3) 31 fcV@lsdaM (4) 32 fcV@lsdaM funsZ”k% ç”u la[.k cSaMfoM~Fk ls frxquk gS rks FM flXuy ¼csly xq.s x. p5=1/32. gSaA eku fd gS . p6=1/32.fn fdlh iYl dksMsM ekM~. ] .k 5 ls c<+kdj 6 fcV dj nh tkrh gS] rks DokaVhdj. Find the rate of information if there are 16 outcomes per second: 3 dB 6 dB 2π dB 0 dB 103.wyu ¼ihlh.sd uewus esa fcVksa dh la[.k tkrk gSA fufeZr AM flXuy dk ekM~. p4=1/16.102.d ?kVuk dh p1=1/2. Then the quantity (Total sideband power)/(Carrier power) is: (1) 1/2 (3) 1/3 . visf{kr 2 ls 1 rd ds cgqladsrdksa dh U.qDr .kke gS rks lwpuk dh nj irk yxk.d lapkj pSuy dh {kerk C1 gSA .e½ iz.ksx fd.5. 3 Let m(t) = cos [(4лx10 )t] be the message signal and c(t) = 5 6 cos [(2лx10 )t] be the carrier.fn fufeZr FM flXuy dk mPpre vko`fRr fopyu AM flXuy ds lapj. p4=1/16. the improvement in signal to quantization noise ratio will be: (1) (2) (3) (4) (1) (2) (3) (4) (1) (2) (3) (4) 104.k /ofu vuqikr ds izfr flXuy esa lq/kkj gksxk% (1) (2) (3) (4) 3 dB 6 dB 2π dB 0 dB 103.wyu lwpdkad 0. If the SNR is doubled keeping B constant. p2=1/4. AM (1) 1/2 (3) 1/3 (2) 1/4 (4) 1/8 107. FM 5 J4(3) (5/2) J8(3) (5/2) J8(4) 5 J4(6) [A–16] (1) (2) (3) (4) 5 J4(3) (5/2) J8(3) (5/2) J8(4) 5 J4(6) [S i g n a l & T e l .fn B dks fLFkj j[krs gq. p5=1/32.k ds fy. 106.

2 lewg 2 Dykd fjdojh . with the intermediate frequency of 450 kHz. having bandwidths 1200 Hz.d fgLlk ifjyf{kr djrh gSA ekfir VSWR 2 gSA okfil ifjyf{kr gksus okyh “kfDr dk izfr”kr gS% (1) (2) (3) (4) 115. I = 1150 (1) 57. I = 1600 R = 2. If S represents the carrier synchronization at the receiver and ρ represents the bandwidth efficiency.2 kbps 28. 73 (3) 0.Q. The measured VSWR is 2. I = 1150 110.fn S vfHkxzkgh ij dSfj.6 kbps 38.8 kbps 57.5. S is not required [A–17] [S i g n a l & T e l .k ykbu Hkkj esa lekIr gks tkrh gS tks vkifrr “kfDr dk . lewg 1 dh enksa dks lewg lqesfyr djsa% Group 2 lewg 1 fjax ekM~.wys”ku vko`fRr :ikarj. vko`fRr lfgr 550 kHz – 1650 kHz dh vko`fRr J`a[kyk esa dke djuk gSA eku yhft. 73 (3) 0.33 (4) 11.k tkrk gSA cgqladsfrr flXuy dh fcV nj gS% 115.qDr enksa ds lkFk P Ring modulator 1 Clock recovery P Q VCO 2 Demodulation of FM Q R Foster-Seely discriminator 3 Frequency conversion R S Mixer 4 Summing the two inputs S 5 Generation of FM 5 6 Generation of DSB-Sc 6 (1) P-1 Q-3 R-2 S-4 (3) P-6 Q-1 R-3 S-2 (2) P-6 Q-5 R-2 S-3 (4) P-5 Q-6 R-1 S-3 (1) P-1 Q-3 R-2 S-4 (3) P-6 Q-1 R-3 S-2 109.6 kbps 38.0. 1 ρ= 0.d nf{k.j rqY.10.11 (2) 33. are sampled at their respective Nyquist rates.2 kbps 28. S is required ρ= 0. then the correct statement for the coherent binary PSK is: 4 . .0. I = 1600 R = 2.0.k nks bUiqVksa dks tksM+uk .0.0. .d lrr izfrjks/k o`Rr ds lkFk&lkFk . A superheterodyne receiver is to operate in the frequency range 550 kHz – 1650 kHz. S visf{kr gS (3) ρ= 0.dkyu vkSj ρ cSaMfoM~Fk izHkkfork dks ifjyf{kr djrk gS rks lac) f}&vk/kkjh PSK ds laca/k esa lgh dFku gS% (1) ρ= 0.11 111. fd R = (Cmax)/ (Cmin) LFkkuh. S visf{kr gS (2) ρ= 1.0.k . Match items in Group 1 with the most appropriate item in Group 2.0.e dk MhekM~. A lossless transmission line is terminated in a load which reflects a part of the incident power.k tkrk gS rks% (1) (2) (3) (4) R = 4. ] .e dk fuekZ.d lqijgsVjksMkbu vfHkxzkgh dks 450 kHz dh e/.fur fd. S visf{kr ugha gS (4) ρ= 1.4 kbps 112. If the receiver is tuned to 700 kHz.11 rhu vuq:i flXuy ftudh cSaMfoM~Fk 1200 Hz.d izfrck/kk fLeFk pkVZ esa . then: (1) (2) (3) (4) (1) 57.wysVj ohlhvks QksLVj&lhyh foHksnd feDlj 2 esa lokZf/kd mi. S is required ρ= 1.11 (2) P-6 Q-5 R-2 S-3 (4) P-5 Q-6 R-1 S-3 (2) 33.0. The percentage of the power that is reflected back is: (1) (2) (3) (4) 109.Q.5.k tkrk gS vkSj dky foHkkx cgqladsfrr fd.5. 600 Hz rFkk 600 Hz gS mUgsa muds viuh&viuh ukbfDoLV njksa ij izfrp. a clockwise movement along a constant resistance circle gives rise to: (1) (2) (3) (4) 111.k DSB-Sc dk fuekZ.fn vfHkxzkgh dks 700 kHz ij V~.k tkrk gS] 12 fcV “kCnksa ls dksfM+r fd. 3 R = 4. In an impedance Smith chart. I = 1600 R = 9. 600 Hz and 600 Hz. I = 1600 R = 9. S is not required ρ= 1. and time division multiplexed. The bit rate for the multiplexed signal is: (1) (2) (3) (4) 110. Let R = (Cmax)/ (Cmin) denote the required capacitance ratio of the local oscillator and I denote the image frequency (in kHz) of the incoming signal.41.8 kbps 57.d {kfrghu lapj. Group 1 108.5.108.korZ lapyu fuEu dks tUe nsrk gS% (1) izfr?kkr ds eku esa deh (2) izfr?kkr ds eku esa o`f) (3) izfr?kkr ds eku esa dksbZ cnyko ugha (4) izfrck/kk eku esa dksbZ cnyko ugha 113. S visf{kr ugha gS decrease in the value of reactance an increase in the value of reactance no change in the reactance value no change in the impedance value 113. encoded with 12 bit words. Three analog signals.wu fd.33 (4) 11.10. I = 1150 R = 3. I = 1150 R = 3.4 kbps 112.41. nksfy= dh visf{kr /kkfjrk rFkk I vkod flXuy dh izfrfcEc vko`fRr ¼kHz esa½ ifjyf{kr djrk gSA .

why is the microwave signal amplitude modulated at 1 kHz?: (1) (2) (3) (4) P (1) 1–T.4–Q 117. 1 kHz is less than or equal to 1 is greater than or equal to 1 lies between 0 and directivity of antenna is greater than directivity of antenna (1) 2.ksafd fØLVy fMVsDVj ekbØksoso vko`fRr.3–U.5 GHz [A–18] (1) 2.2–P.aVhuk Å/okZ/kj :i ls /kzqohd`r gS rks loksZRre fjlsI”ku ds fy. (2) Å/okZ/kj :i ls /kzqohd`r gksuk pkfg. Match items in Group 1 with the most appropriate item in Group 2.Uoyi fMVsDVj dSIpj izHkko gkbcVZ :ikarj lqesfyr fQYVj (2) 1–S. The directive gain of an antenna: (1) (2) (3) (4) lewg 1 dh enksa dks lewg lqesfyr djsa% lewg 1 115.koØh. The output signal has the frequency: (1) (2) (3) (4) 114.slk t:jh le>rh gS fd lapj.2–U.wyu dk v/. fuEu IC dk iz.d vk. The cut-off frequency for the dominant mode is: dh lokZf/kd mi.2 lsaVhehVjA izHkkoh fof/k ds fy. for best reception the receive antenna should be: 2 115.aVhuk .k gS vkSj p. In a microwave test bench.k gS fd ekbØksoso flXuy vk.k x.ke dks 1 kHz ij ekM~.kuksa dks izkFkfedrk nsus ds fy. izkid .3–U. ekbØksoso ijh{k.3–P.aVhuk dh fn”kkRed yfC/k% (1) 1 ls de vFkok mlds cjkcj gS (2) 1 ls vf/kd vFkok mlds cjkcj gS (3) 0 vkSj .k dh 45° ij 120.fn lapj.. If the transmit antenna is vertically polarized.fur fd.k vkSj izki.3–P.5 kHz 0.2–R. n”kZ lapkj dh js[kk .d&nwljs ds vkeus&lkeus gksA .3–U.0 GHz (4) 12.2–P.0 GHz 2 (1) (2) (3) (4) 118.u djus ds fy. ekbØksizkslslj vk/kkfjr iz.0 cm × 1.k cSap esa D.k tkrk gS% (1) ekiu dh laos|rk c<+kus ds fy. . (3) vk.5 GHz (3) 10.a gS 3 lsaVhehVj × 1.3–U.qDr enksa ds lkFk T.114.4–T (4) 1–U. (3) {kSfrt /kqzohdj.25 kHz 116. foPNsn vko`fRr gS% To increase the sensitivity of measurement To transmit the signal to a far-off place To study amplitude modulation Because crystal detector fails at microwave frequencies Horizontally polarized Vertically polarized At 45 degrees with respect to horizontal polarization At 45 degrees with respect to vertical polarization 120.0 GHz (2) 5.4–Q DM Q 3 PSK R 4 PCM S lewg 2 Lyksi vksojyksM µ-fof/k .4–Q Zero Hz 0.5 kHz 0.3–S. The line of sight communication requires the transmit and receive antennas to face each other. 1 kHz sinusoidal signal is ideally sampled at 1500 samples/sec and the sampled signal is passed through an ideal low-pass filter with cut off frequency 800 Hz.aVhuk dh fn”kkRedrk ls vf/kd gS 117.k . (4) D.aVhuk% (1) {kSfrt :i ls /kzqohd`r gksuk pkfg. (2) 5.rkdkj /kkfRod iFkd dh lkisf{kd ijfefVohVh εr = 4 gSa] ftldh vUnj dh foek.5 GHz (3) 10.3–S.k tkrk gS% (1) 8251 (3) 8259 (2) 8255 (4) 8279 118.2–R.k dh 45° ij (4) Å/okZ/kj /kqzohdj.ksx fd. 1 2 3 4 Group 1 FM DM PSK PCM P Q R S T U (1) 1–T.aVhuk dh fn”kkRedrk ds chp dh gS (4) .4–S (3) 1–S. A rectangular metal wave guide filled with a dielectric material of relative permittivity εr = 4 has the inside dimensions 3.4–Q Group 2 Slope overload µ -law Envelop detector Capture effect Hibert transform Matched filter (2) 1–S.d .0 GHz (4) 12.fur uewus dks foPNsn vko`fÙk 800 Hz lfgr .75 kHz 0.75 kHz 0. .ksa ij vlQy jgrk gS 119.k dkj. The following IC is used for prioritizing interrupts in the microprocessor based system: (1) (2) (3) (4) FM U Zero Hz 0.ke ekM~.4–T (4) 1–U.2 cm.wyhd`r fd.k .4–S (3) 1–S. (2) flXuy dks lqnwj LFky dks lapfjr djus ds fy. ] .2–P.kkyh esa varj.2–U.2–P. ijkoS|qr lkexzh ls Hkjs gq.d vkn”kZ fuEu ikjd fQYVj esa ls xqtkjk tkrk gSA vkmViqV flXuy dh vko`fRr gS% (2) 8255 (4) 8279 119. flXuy 1500 uewuksa@lsdaM ij vkn”kZr% izfr p.5 GHz [S i g n a l & T e l .25 kHz (1) 8251 (3) 8259 1 T 116.